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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE DAILY Htfn MONDAY, JANUARY 26. 191J THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ESTABLISHED DECEMBER 1907 PuMllhsd by til? Lethbrldn Herald Printing Cor Ltd., ev.ry lawful evening >t 111 clfce, Sixth it., LethljrWse, Alberta. Carudl. W. A. UCHANAN-Man.alng Director T. W. Editor JOHN Minlger PHONE: PHONE: Editerfll, and News Department Advertlaing. Circulation and Job Departments 1252 DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 delivered...................... year, by nail inos us, delivered W-JO u mornns. ny man........ S delltered Js. by mil........ 1 nioalri. delivered 1 month, by uisll......... .haased r.s often ss desired, but both m-i- ar.d oM addresses J'.tO .75 .2S given. HERALD FOR Red Cross Dru; i- Book Store: J. 0. Rob Co.; JacEsoa Beattis Murphy Co.; Book Graisy Ijke Hotel. Kerns Cohen Co.: Alexandra Hotel; Agency. ple's Dnij Store; Keany Allln; betibridse Pincher Dr. Lc-sdiDg Book and News S'.ore. Stb. Ave. Clftr nriltfo. Taber Wo.-ld Co. Pincher SUtlon Edward Dlamor.d Dr. The Ulde Medicine Hal Co; News 115 Granwell World News Co. Carmangiy Clarence Knol- Jamlcsou Nr-ws A- D. River Side Worfd News Co. THE WEEKLY HERALD i every Wednesday in eifht or more pases, and contains n summary of tie news ft the 1 ytir In advance local district t> months in advance pi CACcn jur UIDITC ILLHOLU MIL limit EIGHTEEN THOUSAND WORDS DAILY HANDLED THROUGH LOCAL OFHCE DURING U.F.A. CONVENTION :s F.-A. teM In this city last week aUrsiclcd a great deal ol attention, ard bstli ihi elly aud the received ranc therefrom.' Five dally new parers outside tho clt> were repre- sented, while four special linn Jour- nals bad representatives here- MILLIONAIRE WILL Wou'd Spend Fifteen Mi'lions on Erecting Free Hospital for Cancer Patients For Jan- 34. Announce- ment, that "an agM millionaire" will "jts gslicious Drawing Qualities55 manifested En millions of dally H THE TEA OF STERLING WORTH B1JXEQ Daly WEE Sitiplt d on Enquiry ll.ai.-tlt I te three days tie convention was lu cost'.as V1 tension, a record In Ihe number ot ,tee radium treatment ol earner, 0 words sect out to western was nas uiada today by 1'iesident J. M. tel up, which was beaten only during Klannery ol the- Standard Chenrcal tlie Dry Farming Congress a year asi'. Co., before tie house niices ctinmiil- Eighteca thousand words of news- lee. lie indicated tuat neither liocke- paper copy was tho daily average (oiler cor Carnegie was the uiau in- hundled through the office the C. P. R. telegraph company. Sup- 1 Klanneiy's acnouncen'.ent was made erlntendent Young bad arranged with ia tbe course of an appeal that the Msnaser Kenny for addiiloaul operat- Rovenraent not undertake to regulate ors to handle the rush, anil (here was radium extraction. His exact words 101 a corresponded hut spoke highly of the serrlca tlirir disposal. In- spector Howard was here from Medi- cine Hat to lend his aid In n-.aSIng the service work Bnloolhly. WOULD SWALLOW ANYTHING. MR. MICHENER has spoken. The Alberta pilgrims did nol go lo Ottawa to demand briything. They merely went to assure Mr. Bor- den thai he is the stuff, and iiny old thing he de- cides on goes. Mr. Michener addressed a ward Hireling in Toronto and informed the failliful that: "We did not say to him that we want- ed this or thai. We jusl said to him lhat, as members of the Conservative parly, we hclieve in the policy which you may see fit to adopt in the best interests of the Do- minion as a whole." Catch the advance note of confidence. Any policy you may see fit to adopt will do. So long as it'wears the party tag it doesn't moke any difference to Mr. Michener and his little band whether il is diametrically opposed to the inter- ests of Western Canada or not. Eighty per cent, of the farmers of Alberta want free wheat, leader of the Alberta pilgrims at the Toronto meeting described fre wheat as a "ten cent mess of pottage." Mr. Mid ener is certainly leader of the opposition. R APPEARS VERY ARBITRARY. HADING the despatch with relation to th hanging of William Campbell, the negro, Montreal, one cannot help feeling thai a very arbi- trary and unjustifiable refusal had hem made to the request of the man about to pay the penalty of death. Before he was launched into the great silence he asked the executioner if he might speak; Ihe request was put before Captain Landu- aulf, the acting governor of the jail, and met with a peremptory ''No." There may, or may not, be official rules and Regulations against a murderer being allowed lo ppeak on the scaffold. Bui be il as it may, it is difficult to understand why Ihe request for speech on the occasion was refused. William Campbell be he a malefactor of the deepest dye and unwor- thy of any sympathy, humanely speaking, migh have been allowed at the supreme moment the opportunity of unloading himself of what may possibly have oppressed his conscience, or been the expression of some wish he desired to convey It is difficult to conceive that any harm wotilc liave come of it. If il should so have been i be well that the public should know of il For otherwise there cannot but remain the opin ion that the conventions of what is considers humanity have been outraged. A murderer is allowed certain indulgences in the way of dicl and other consolations before h meets his doom, and indulgence in speech woiili appear not something too serious to be allowci him. At any rate so il must appear lo the mind of the generality of people. resolution might mean that the force of their ilioit would be lessened, or Ihcir prestige doiihl- d. During the year these resolutions may turn ut to be unnecessary. The convention came ery nearly adopting the resolution asking that ursl free delivery of mail be extended "where ossiblc." Some farmer knew more about the regulations of the post oflice department than he others. Just before the motion was put, he ose to explain that it was not necessary to pass .resolution asking the government for this ex- ension or grant, as the regulations provide that ural mail routes will be established "where pos- upon the presentation of a petition from he farmers in a given locality wishing such a convenience. As all the farmers have to do in order to get rural delivery is to ask for it, the assing of a resolution praying the government o make the extension would be superfluous. If ;he resolution had been adopted, the government might have looked on the action with amusement or even credulity, and it would have'decreased the force and effectiveness of every other resoiu lion passed at the convention. The Herald is of the opinion that it would be a mighty good plan for the directors to appoint a resolution commit- tee to weed out the requests of the different lo- cals, going thoroughly into the merits of eavh, during the year, so that both sides of the.question might be presented or the superfluous petitions ceded out. There is no good reason for asking or something which those having the power to' "There Is a philanthropist who has a plan to put up twenty inslitut'ons in the coNterS; ol population, as New Yori, Chicago, Iluslon the rest, at a cost ot Sli.OOO.OOO, so that all cancer victims may be treat- FREO BRADSHAW AND MISS KIL- LIER COUNCIL MEETS Magrath. Alia.. Jan. Malkin, Stratlicona was Buried at Highgate (Continued from (cent After the benediction the organ again in the dead match iti sa- lute, during which the cofliti was' home out ot the. abbey. A( the sauid hour memorial services were also h'ld at Ahfriken iiniverbity and the Eecretary-lreasurtrof the Magralh AE- o! Incutahles at SUalhaiii in touth- licullural Eociely, was last night av- west I-oinlud tho (o HID Fairs' as- Visco-jnl Alrndale represr-nted '1'hfir eoeiatlou, ivhtch will convene In Cal- gar> shortly. A meeting of Hie di- ed free ol charge. He wants to liavo rectors of tho society was held last five grams of radium for each o5 these twenty "WE'RE FROM MISSOURI." "That's a lot of interrupt- ed Rep. Austin. "We're Irom Mis- souri, aad I'll have to bo shon'n." "That wouldn't be the first- lime showa real ted. 'This meolary press gallery, took place offer isn't so remarkable when we Ottawa, Can. annual elec- Missourians have been sh tion in connection: with tho Parlia the witness retor in the secretary's office in tho IO.VD hall, wh.ii this action was lak- en. Mr. was In Calvary last week where he attended a meeting of tho executive of the provincial asso- ciation, the object of the gathering be- ing to perfect the for tho hold- iny of tho annual convention. A short session of the town coun- cil was held on "Wednesday evening. Fortin, who reprc- consider all that the country's roil-. inere fmtni Mayor Hirle and Majesties King (Jeorgc and Queen Marv-; Karl tl.e Queen Moth- er; Ma'ur Malcolul Murray, His Hoyal Highness, the Djtc o! Cun- Captain licnham, Prir.ee Ar- thur of Cosicauglit Captain I.ir.e, Princess ami Major Kvan Martin, 1'rintc and 1'rinctss Chrjy- lian. Premier Asquitii was represented by llou. liric Drutmnond and Ilev, II. McMillan attended lor the Archbishop .of Canterbury. Amongst those al- I tending personally were the Uiiko 'of Alierrorn, .Marquis ol lluntley, ciety WHS held on Friday, January 23. Everybody had a good tlmo. The first Item on the prozramme was a piano- forte by Mrs. P. H. Coleman, which showed bar sreat musical abil- i Frankly admitting that he is i "state's rights llcnahen s; sala all Colorado wants is" to be Set alone lo mine its camolite without lederal ity. was a recitation ly A. Mpjonagc, or control. Camolite, tho tee reported attendance on a prt Itannatync Kililay. Madame Al- famliy who were in distressed circunt- bani, Lord Soulhwark, Ijieulenaul- ttarccs. Temporary reiie' was pro-1 Coloael Thncker, representing Col. vldcd for them. .Their being hut i Sam Hughes, American and Japanese tie business on the docket, the coun- ambassadors and Persian acd Xor- cll repairer! In a body to the Electric wegian ministers. rantarals H foregoing is onlv an indication ourth Hoe, "And that ends me practically inexhaustible Basketball gamo -hetween the local: o! the representative company which government, hoard offices. John Burns, president of the local government- board, was a conspicuous K. Tiutchlason, as the fourth Hoe, and tha1 up with the sao statement, "And that er.ds ine, too." I would like at i j0-, can Df sf answer tho wail ol this stage to nuota a strange coinci- dence: On Saturday morning Lome Rive, are not only ready and willing to grant, re RCtually o.ffering. There is equally no more radt- 'queued In a most clalorale style the members of the three mutual basket-' of -Hlndley, Slarnser A. J. Mercer, Y. L. i I. A. Freedom, Mra. Christian Jeiv shape of tiicli' black smoke. We. do. cess as not mean lo insiouata-that Mr. Ash- jjarnest efiort. _____ ton acd Mr. Schnurr arc reduced to I Inspired by the death of a relative sen. Captain Dcvoe .Miss Grace Euch Etreitened circumstances as our j from. caccer, Flannerf declared that Secretary-treasurer P, C. deduction wc-jld lead ES to thlnS, but he E.et to discover a "red stecle, Mrs. Florence Mercer, ami Y. aciii a iuit.c ,i-iaiii .........u it looks suspicious. In ny" humble plague cute.. he sent to l-.u- M. M. I. A. President John U. Tlrlilgc. Government opinion, this was th'a cat that ended eason the'farmers' rcpulalion for precision 'th, nd accuracy should be doubled, The leader ol Mr. Jno. Steven- Irope returned with the report thai radium was an effective remedy. 'Then, with a small plant, he- started to manufacture the mineral salts, ile Amongst the wreaths was one bear- ing the inscription, "In token ol re- gard from Alice and Alexander ot Tcrk." The Dominion government sent a large wreath ol lillies with tho irjscription, "From Hie Government Some Inspiring verses, dedicated to o[ Of Canada on behalf i son, and the negative side was ml niinrV The n'la jtained b." Mr. J.'H. Carson. All tbe 350 01 400 Ions ot i speakers handled their Er.biect in a idBCC a gram rad'iutn ss said it re to pro- OUR POINT OF VIEW A movement has been started for the forma-; ion of an Ad Club in Lelhbridge. They have them in Calgary Edmonton, and already the organizations have gained the reputalion of be- ing in the boosting business. might do quite handily with one here. The U. C. T.'s have one of the finest organiza- tions in the city. There are os-er 100 travellers working out the growing huting centre to find out their full power as publicilisls, and arc educationally, surely making Rood at Ihc job. Lethbridgc people want the nnrt espec- ially in the Hnc of educational facilities. liul Ihc School Board will he well advised if lliey hold ex- penditure for 19t 1 lo Ihe "irreducible minimum" as Mayor Hnrdie would say, even if in doing so they are compelled to sacrifice some of their dans for betterment. masterful manner, especially Proles- for Slevemon. Mr. Carson's strong was the first election, where woman alone had tho vote." Mrs. Ilutchlnson's style was also, worthy of cote. W. A. Lynns kindly volunteer- ed to read one of the ne-gatlve speech- es, which belonged to Mrs. Pifer, was unable to attend. The Jndj- es rendered a very fair decision by giving nalmb of victory to the nega- .live side. Not one.-of the negatives raised a kick on the judges' decision. After this lunch was served. Alto Flannery declared that Coioradn has ora bc] ono 0- jlasi.alvs most pop- noash radium to supply '-'the entire Mls, Mildred nil- worlds cancer victims five times nml Mr. Fred Dradshaw, who but a from a rro. nritain Hilller has been in Monlprfier, Idaho. W WEED OUT THE RESOLUTIONS. HAT seemed, on the outside, to be one of the most insignificant moliorm passed at the Farmers' Convention last week, was in reality of great importance. At the lost session, when every- one was anxious lo be finished, resolutions were being voted on with remarkable speed. They were read by the chairman and immediately vol- ed to be tabled or adopted. Some were of little but'others were most important Realizing ihal they were being acled upon with oat inalure deliberation, one of the most prom fanners present rapvfid lhat aU the remain iag bf. tabled until the next conven- tion, This was a very wise step. Jl will probi more than many imagine. The U. F. 'A, a reputation of knowing exactly what U. S. NERDS 201) GRATIS the baskciball teams, anr! composed by Mrs. Hacking, weve read by Mrs. Jack Turner. The har.nuet was In every respect a success, and the teams are r.ow certain that they are capable of defeating anything In the prov- ince. Another delightful romance has just come lo light. Ihlp time tho chief act- ver." rv.-o hundred grams he rsti- mated, ,s the amount needed tor suf- tt'mi StatCS lovernmcnt at a price lower than the ;overnrjient could manuJaclure i maximam figure oi JSO.OOO a he asserted. Radium, lie said, Ihreo months, and was preparing to i.-ai for her home, when her ol'l lover appeared eri the scene, i fresii from his travels abroad. The old story of co'jrso. told, tho lady treating 25 other diseases as well as i I" receptive moo.l. plans cancer. It is'a poritivc cure for rheu-: for the nuptials were arranged..The matism, he sensational statement of the p: cd chain ol radium hospitals. It. was appaient'lhat Planner? rc- of a mourning people." l-and-graie oi Hesse and Queen' Alexandra sent beautiful wreaths. Alexandra's vvtcath horc the inscrip- tion, "In sorrowful memory of the Empire's kir.dest of men and great- est oi heneiaclors." Prior lo the services at the abbey, a private service was conducted at the late, peer's residence, oi the Rev. Dr.. Archibald Hcming, minister ol -St. Colurnh a's Church, Pont street, IJclgravia, London, S. W-, where Lord Strathcona used lo attend. is a por.tivc cure for rheu-: ior id said. Then he made his! electric Mrea overcame the cllfflCJl- il statement of the project-Hies attacticil to Iheso Important a.- fairs, and their mnrrhjo the olher _ ___ _- .._......, ._ day in Salt Lake City. Ulah, la the ganled the'possibility of the govern- talk of loca'society. Cupid has been ment making a monopoly of radium i unusually active in the Garden City i inrticatlons arc lhat he lins not yet withdrawn from the The most Important case that bo heard at Ihe sittlnj of the District Court, hern early in February. Is the appeal of W. A. Miller in the pool hall coniinnnilv in Allicrlii. they-want. This reputation hits nol.yst hccn as-1 most thickly sfllkd aailcd 'hill il mighl have been had' the furmcts' acted on these resolutions wilhoul knowing fictly what Ihe result might be. The passing of Superintendent Cameron of Ihe C. P. It. mokes some remarks about freight receipts in -clhbridgc which are certainly cheering. They end to show lhat Lcthhridgc is solid. We havej made Ihc same remark before, and are glad to icar such strong evidence in supporl, especially as il may help to slrcnglhen the cily's claims lo be created a divisional point. The message which cume out from Mnntrcnl on Saturday telling of the millions to he spent by the C, P. R. department of natural resources this year U good news for Ltlhbridge and the Lclh- bridge district, for much of lha four millions mentioned will be spent in development and col- onisalion here. The Lethbridge irrigation pro- ject is tried and proven, and hw resulted in the f nd Fiflionl Dast, VA S-WJrt Doa'l KMa dad Kxi ma na lioat ci win M Kucilaiy lulriei Jala _M eoraraon d-jriiagr9g. AlwiyidcMwtn3-Ui-Che oil Ihii MoiiKn chtcie clolh wi.h itnltoliKecil. "H-.toicilwipe Teaedcd rjtfxce. Ercijr Not (at tffA t) fc is'.tle Mil. YorrO-r, Th'J il l'-.c wty, TeVc t'joul cf i yad 11 a.'JX clo.h. SpiiaVle it widi 3-io- u oil. Id il lUiJ irj'jl tKeoil every part. Then jroa Mrt rul D-jiilrc Cloth mil prosperous farming The C. 1'. n. will make no mistake if they wptnd Ihtir major elforls in tlic sou Hi. as likely to stop at once the plan for radium cancer institutions. The witness offered to sel] his sec- ret process In! extracting radium sails from carcolilc ore lo the gov- ernment "if it wouldn't he against him as a rcvohcr to shoot me." Klanncry's estimate was that there are now cancer victims in (he United Stales, and lie placed tho yearly cancer death toll at GRAFT CHARGES EXPANDING London. Jan. inriuiry into charges of graft In connection with purchase of supplies for tho Rritleh at my canteens Is revealing bribery and corruption oven more extensive har, was at lirst heilcvcd possible, according to a statement by It. D. Vulr, the attorney, today, 'rocccdinge wero resumed In liio How Street I'ollce Court today afler week's adjournment N'ew names added to the list ot Iliosc accused were, Wlilttaker, who re- ccntly retired from thu command of the Scccrid natlaallon, Yorkshiro Ught Infantry al Malta, nr.J James .Ness, formerly manager at Malta for Llriton'a Ltd." The list of Ihoae called before the co-.irt now Includes nlno acmy officers and nlno civilians. O JfllLLIl UK AHITLSFI (.'I'whtirl, OHo. .In. firemen iir.rt ocr v.rjr r.ian were in- jured anfl stores oi otr.cr pi-rsons Supply company's plr.nl. 8 dirconS ffi- cafe. II la that both parlies arc hulMIng up n heavy cane, and a great legal battle Is expected. The ,1 was agreeably surprised to learn that Raymond had reduced very stintlally tho license on pool tables This is taken aa being most suggest- ive In relation lo I'lO validity of the license hvlaa" existing in lhat town, an-l s.-Wch Is similar to Ihe ono In forci here. Mr. Rail of Ix-i'-bridge of the 'or v'lllcr, ami ft .VeLcllind, nro by Hie town. L. Ilili, moiioVr of the firm of .1. 1.. fc'Wi ft Sin. ami shoe .lon'ors. I? in Ihle week, con- (rrrlnp wi'h ihc tvliol.''palera of that city re'3'ivo to their business rela- tions the i-resent year. The. E to slons and tte flames spread lo stver- Kstill rtotft. In., YO..IK MoikHl r'fifiai 01 wore encouraging. afadjololnis btistaess places. The to- spent fa! damage was fire several dsys In town this vis- was slatted when a gas torch being I'lns h" Mento. Slio used in Ihc bastxcnt ol the M. k M. lias hesn Ho house, gucat of Mrs. Ang. plant, exploded. Wood. KC.V. H. Hamilton, rji tlrantfnril, I The Ollawa Separate sdioul hoard lias been called to the SIctho- jnaswd a resolution (.1 resrct al Ihe dint church, nt. AND DEVELOPS AT ANY AGE ctieeki and lipi be cone pik, the torly is IseguiJ >nr] colrls are easilr it nndtnniiiM rcry tonrce cl leillb. itt nail care irans trcaimeit. Diogs or alcoholic mixtures cannot make Wood. Nourishment is necessary and Scolt't EmaJiion its coreertratcd mcdickl mtnt crmrgw the Wood with red feedfl the'famlsried tliiau tnd food Tilao to crerf tiny ntrre and fibre in a natural, easy wajr. AJ. Salt's Emufjfon OTk turick jnr Meoi bul slni the akotiolic ntililntM. JVU ;