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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETIIURIIHJE, ALBEHTA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2S, 1911 CENTS 10 Anutlicr Am.mlmcnl to Address Moved by Dr. Ntcly, of lluiuliolt INCLUDES I'HOHUCTS Motion Includes Wheat nnd nil Us First Division Scottish Labor Loaders Incen- sed al Attion of'South Afri- can Clorcmmcnt iiasgoa-. .Sibtlaiul, Jan. annual Scottish hubur conference. ting hero today, iias-cd a jreremplory resolution Ur-iii-mllnf; that the Hiitish retull ViFC'Oilnt Gladstone. of Su'Jlh ATr'ca. be- cause of the deportation of labor lead- B.lhti Dili it Quietly Jlut KfTcct- If They Could be Adopted They it an Attempted Revolution Capetowii, South Africa, -leportiitton frutu South Afrir-a of ten labor leaders carrlc-d O'Jt i iuietly lusi ihat Utilc iisowu of Uie occurrence The rnr-n who had ;i jji- cnt part in the receut strike oniveJ Would save on a .Million DISAGREE OVER INTEREST IHE LET1 BOTH ON SAME OAY Si. ,Tr-.n. N'.-'.v 'foarnHaiat Jib only two of Onif-r of Mldiafl and Kt- lo-'lay, in- of Jiunc-s F'Hts. ;t ers ai Caiietonn. The resolution in Duriun under a slror-n guard. At strongly conJemned tho inidolglit. thc-y were placed was Sinking Fund is Not Salisficrt with Thret1 Per Ct-nl. The amendment, v.h1eli Dr. rVeeley ot Humuoldl will wove this afternoon follows: "This House regrets that In Hie gracious speech with which your Royal Highness has met parlia- ment, no Indication is alven en part of your advisers to take steps to secure free access to tlic markets of the United States Tor ard products of Can- ada by removing the duty on and wheat products from the United States coming into Ca- nada." Jau. first divi- sion of ttie tpsium at mid- Hy a vote oi 10S io fci. u gov- rrnmciit majority o: IS, Laurh-r's ittnrnilmpjiL to (he ad' was de- i fea.erl. ,'1'he ..inendiucai WAS as .oHows "We .egret to represent to Your J loyal liigcmws'ihn. iu UJG gracious '.nth vliirto ytiu have met par- liament, uliilc it is admitfeil xlial. business is iu a depressed yet there is no imiicaliuii on thp part by- Uje cily laAt yf-ar cost Blairmore Council louche: Some Sote Some (_nnnrrpi tK-M on JaiiLMTy for tbe yf-ar ]'U 5. the Trade iis year a flying start. This spirit feature of l-ie IniHudually and col- tr.o of Trade has u broader KCOIIL-, and :i com men -.unite increase in eiitiJUPJaFi-j. to Ihe -MiforcGmeni of this nrw idea ler, brighter, busier, bisger J.etli- hritlsje- The messagt-s oi the newly. electf-ii of council, and of offlct-rs carried the of Ijopi1, cheer, co-opera lion, uulou and slrcngdi. If I-ithLndse tlofl.-: ami Irer rivals, it will not he due to any lack cf energy, or (oresighl on tbe part Jan. 27. MoveJ Councillor Sinclair, ,n of the Hoard of Tr.ide. The vace lias Lecti set, and it Kill j be inirsncd and every secondeit by oun.-e uf vigor available. The move- bv _ Bccbe, Councillor merit from now en will he forward. M. ilnss! lie appointed rnairmnn liir License' Police, in. the plafi1 til Councillor Hunts, anri tliat Hinds he and iho future anti lbere wl" tUc Health1 io clninnnnship n: CarriciE. no looking back ov iclrcjprade. There will be iw buoni or noiie. It Is tUo In- Mtciilioii of the board to further I interests of tlm ciiv Use least -afeni. Tbo aiuounl was ap- arrangrrnpnl il was iyr; ami R. pr.d fomlisci a ign to obtain acd u'Hli a .-1 Uidi llie foiicnvio- y.i be to the Hoard: 1 tiduy t ricsH Kntern; IMbliciiy Bt-ctions be placed under if, ami that civic il to mui.icipal. and Uiat a action, 10 be known a? IltRliwavs ami ridtes lie croaicd.'' We alKo ask (hat puLIlolty be given J tth1 fact ail members of hoard of Trade are cordially Invited o .ntwrtl ail of thr. Hoard of Trade council inee.iiLes during the year, ne- suhmitted, Fred W. Down- chairman; John Taylor, J. W. Alvin Rip.ey. In connecnoa with the inemTjersiJip Lmpafsn, it waK suggestecl by Mr. owner that there prere at leant two Hundred busiu.esE men in ihe city who join under the SU'.OO fee, and as nia.iy snore tinder the fee. The latter would comprise ihe younger nion in the city, clerks, business men in fi.irttiershipfi. and others, wlio, in Jii? would he slad of a CiiautR to show their interest in the city's af- faiis by foiiiins the IJoavd at the nom inal fee of 15.00, an on- fnioii wliich was shared by all pre- Fenl. anrt it la likely that the member-" com rn if fee will concentrate on this clement of the city's life. President's Addre.s The message of the. i.tfwty.e.eci.'tJ pres.ilpnt was most brleTs from liis addre5fi following: ea.inot fecl.higli- lomnliniented that roa slioulcl.-ml] one tvho Is conijiarativcly Jittie kiiotrn to manv nf von fn fill the tninor_ant_. jiost of president of riie I.ellibridge Hoard of Traiic for 1914. There" lias evidently lieen pome feeling that may, Dorhai.s. Bather Aether be HIT tlioso raaterlnls which are around Lctlibriilge In" iHape of olil-timerd, new-comers. SnuUi LMlilindgp, North Lethbridpo. Tor IPS, o'.tiuiiste (and mists, if they am any left here no'ivl.: and fuse anil wehl together Into ;i u.ateiiat that veiil bear a hall-mark of tiie very best quality. That, at uny ]-ate, sliall he rny tn- incnls had teen made to Iiavc a divl- and liicic being approximately the rate for the first pound considerably aiiiinisV run tic'rilv vea'r that the mayor ami Councillor .Siii- sion, but thi1; did nut necessarily same size when three .maritime higher than the average rale for the.- The clair clashed, ti.c latter licin.; ncstion is only in the ough state of" ftiscussEon as yet, an the u.aiii nudiuu wouM he ilis- pcovir.cts arc considered aS'oiiC, it ndditional poutids included in .he lioscd of- Kosier, while regretting lli'r. was found that tlic provincial bour.d- weight ut a parcel. ;IMU iiuii. M dcb.ile Mast.ot to rinse, saij lie np- w.rjld hr Ihft must For or: province, the rate the cily en every times tarcablic, the mayor that if lie can save r ly chiding tJir his photo in" the Herald, ahoiit a Deemed lhc iacl that it was not Io adopt as Die limits oi the zones, "oi icn CCnts for the first pounrt will dollars borrowed, he will he earoing wllidl illC ]nayor to socjatiou; Luildr-r? nnci conirncling, to be no there: und if he by ihe Hinldcrs" esL-liange; uy there would ho firnln and (Ico. Clreene: lum-1 or U'iiat Iia.e to do- is ber, Gcorgo S. J. I to sot the Lest "wo con 'und thai, VP are ti.ily asking what .Ino tu >Ca[ Shepherd: real estate. C. n. to bn.l one's r.cad a stor.e and coriscquenlly the rates v.-cte fixed apply, but for each additional po.mJ his salary. vail. HP. t.op.rl there tinr! hern no provinces. i aa extra 0{ cents will be hcrairsc it was drsirablc This the system a very and the rate of ten cents 1iint all arrived oricr much easier .0 follow than for the pound, and six cent.; lot ihoulil jte adhered ty. jtiic zor.e system based up-on mileage each additional pound. Heyor.d': the I.aurier .s..iti IT- wnnld he quite alone. The first rale is five cents fur province arljoininR the one in which Miilliig to accept tlic "Mulcmrnt of the pound and one cent for each a patcel is mailed, an additional two Staiif.cld, the whip. [arldiiional pound or fraction thereof, cents ;i pound will he imposed for There heiiiR uo Io four pounds, cents for eacli province that has to be crossc.. .hough soinP. government members eacli subsequent powml up to eleven to the destination of parcel, up to a ''Co the house rose. poumls within a radius n. tuenty maximum cbarge of 12 cents apounrl. plain, that he hail farcri asVeil for his; mining. Krnter Cameron: higiiv.ays us) from nil imrjies: anrt to stav ENTERED CECIL HOTEL AND C. P. R, TICKET OFFICE AT MEDICINE HAT MrdkhiP Hal. Altn., .Inn, linvc JIIFI linen iniblfc of n rohhpry on Monrt.iy iiipf.t. wlien Ilio safe cf the C'ecit Hotel was ro'j'ued of by n sneak thie'f, 'who also entcr- Urn C. K. tk-hol office while (Icrha at anti sot I'ook's Jewellery atom was also enter- cil, but nolhiiiif Is v RETAIL MERCHANTS MEET TONIGHT 'Iho iiuiiiial Tiiee.iiic of Kcuiil Merchants' nssoclation wih he held Iliisiiipss a. full altondauco of IVftloria, S. Africa, Jan. proccedhiKS against .tm mlnlslerB of Ice, Defence nnd tho Interior, hc- caii.e of their action tn duportini? the South African strike Inailers began (olay. The Supreme Court judge. Sir .John MR, CASKEY, SECRETARY LAY- MEN'S MOVEMENT, WILL MEET LOCAL WORK- CRS TONIGHT Mr. Ilcrlictl K. Caskey. .general Weasels, granted an tor 0( the I.aymrn's Missionary leave to apply to attach the three min- isters for contempt of court Tho Judfio dfednred that If ho had in Oana-la, arrived in the city today, nnd tonight will rr.cet- numher of churrh workers at tPa at Y.M.C'.A. Mr. Caskcy is pleased LIIU i .M j ia t'lcascu possessed tho Information (h slitlllll I1ng he noiv ]iw, ho would have granted an injunction resEr.iinlng tlio gorcrnnteiit from Reporting the men. it till we ee' what want. Do you till- Dominion i photo by "lhc oditor ol thai paper, so i ani1 bnd-e'' Alvni could pulillsTi'a pace oi all the! Membership 'mayors'of A.hcrta. i 'Your nominating conuimt'je moir.- Thc local uis nevt taken ln llic fee Oie l.elli. j tbo lirovincial soverninent are :ilhp lol '.asf Ir the ukn in the prrl- of Tradc I5lc importance or _ hoped the press representalivcs would tor m com.-muu, or the mccltnss :i full and ci.nrise: llierp. nrf Uo or 'report of all the proceedings, ;iml I Prirtn''rs in wif-nwrss tci nul of the qceslinn dnly. is in lllf! Fninc 1 tlo net sai.1 tlic i V..OH: in uny mayor, ILhnv far the good oi I" JjujJC you to my A snin.l routine' business TI'JS nt- lenricd to. several' liills IH'ILR" passfl lor paymciif. Nciiririson A. t'o. uvtt: tor .the A bill (or 5750.00 rendered by Krin- A- Thomson, boticil. oi Woods ,v Klrcl, I'inchrr Crerk, nas luriict. j the council endorsing n former motion of" Ihe picvious tipin.cil. to lhc' oficct Uiat il u-as not tn O-R tt.un I to pjy the bill. Dr. J. H. Maok'fiy was nficrH nf Medical Officer oi Health at ,i salary of S2-iO.Ofi prr nnni. of [lie- member- f lilllley have been -veil t is V.-.K 111 LI Is by on r m em L .mil their co adlutor.1. p.nd by your JM" ijreFitlcnt of Ibis Hoard of ..IE of whom have ilonn rxcellcnt work' fdr us in jtr.Ft year. (Centime, nn I'.ice "0. WOMEN_INVADE DOWNING ST-; :hf Sun'riigctlcs Diishcri (he I'olicc Lines in High cared Aiilo Incl cense tbe ''lonnre nf women in; jails." Tlic- iincsin-ct.rl'raiil causcO sreal. excitement anil a croivd soon: HEIR-PRESUMPTIVE LORD STRATHCONA lionor.llilo Uuward, nnd heir of Dr. J. W. Uliss Howard, movement, upon Missionary gu.ngs, who was Urd hut Ilimks there is yet raucli (o he cona'n only dillJ. On Ihe dontli of his achlcvfd. Last jfar the Canadun mother, who Is now Uaror.e.'s Nlrnili- thurchcs for Missions, cona In her mn rights. Hon. Donald ajirhrx Jan. silltra' I-F wa.1i: a linM ntlomiit Io I tk into P. of the iiltliijt at thf offlfiol ilencc. of Premier in DOWIJ- mail's Social ami Political t'nlon, I n vomnn ciialilfflir :il the wheel, GATHERING AT MEDICINE- and filled uitli suffragettes dnsh'iil from WhiteliEill into j street hetfjru the line of police, tta-' tionetl outside the Asci-allli residence, HAT FORMALLY WELCOM. ED Bv ACTING-MAYOR Hat. .Ian. annual of Allicrt.i Fciiool o.cnc-d hero tills ir.orninsr.' his tale distinguished grjndfnther. lie Mrs. Holding on Lliu be vbilcd." iVl's" hoped to sirathcona. At this llmo of writ telegcapli to! the .commander of lhc llftl! day.'jut the died heforc lie ,r.vive interest in .Mherta and -gas-............., I katchcvati. Tho w.iji decor- ing it IB not divulged wlial relation-1Comic whrncvcr l-.e (ffls that wilh 'jlaianls protesting acahicl ship he nlleg.3. c( ctuiscr arc r.wsssr.y. or aiiffraxettc rrl- kvc-lcoined .Acting-MftTor I'rntt anil Hucfcvule, el'fllrman'.of the Iu ;