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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. Wednesday, .Inly 10, I Number 183 IDLE TALK GOVERNOR REBUKED Former Speaker Suther- land Maps Out Can- ada's Destiny SEPARATEfROM U.S. To be a Great Nation Within the British OFMAGRATH Empi Detroit, Mich., re lulv a wel- coming speech that aroused great en- thusiasm among the delegates' -p tnt at the opening session today the National Editors' Association convention Govi Chap Osbonie de- clared that the 'new trade relations "that were About to be established with Canada was the prelude to a union of nations from tlie North Pole to ttie Isthmus of Panama, un- til we have one country with one type of government, one language and ene people, North Pole to the I.iUimas of Panama." In hit annual address to the -con- vention, President Batungardur dis- ctnied the advisability of a national law licensing editors. Preliminary to tfce license, 'President Haumgarder he would cacii editor pau an demonstrating hip pptKefsibo character and abihtr, "r.woiilil rather have licensed edi- than editors of license lie de- clared He made a ugorous attack en ''Yellow Newspapers11, which he dftflntd is "Gutter dealing in gutier wtrw to dwellers m moral "But toe yellow newspaper ig not the fair" of journal- continued Mr. Baumgarder, ''there is a class of newspapers mlh out ooiisciencx that are m the market brazing their sale to the highest bidder Well edited, typographically excellent, respect- able dignified and hav- ing the support of the business com- entering the best homes, jet rotten ai heart, these are the papers to be feared1 'in 'the purcliasrahle IwbfMized press is to be found the most terrible foe of liherty, pro- grew and democracy The purchase able press doei not stop at coloring suppressing news, it goes further and manufactures news The special article! are marvels of mendaciti The editorials are' written to mis- lead, to. confuw the issues and to de- moraliM the conscienoe Judge R F SutharUmd. of Toronto formerly Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons, addresaed the contention DID NOT CHANGE THEM The Member Explains Hi Position to Magrath People (Special to the Magrath, ,A. 'Magralh M.P., was A visitor here today an held a short nieeting in the tow hall this afternoon. When asked fo his reasons for taking ;l-hc stair against reciprocity, lie said that h liad come out from-Die scene of Hi coronation, as soon as possible so a to see the people of. his before the opening of Parliament a Ottawa, and 'said tlujt, he did no wish t'o make a speech. In :iai! made no preparation for'a speed he said he. would endeavor to explaii his attitude. He saidthat he ha given the matter serious thought an' haii studied it from'hotli the Ameri can and Canadian points of view and that he he was doing hi: duty by "the people of tlie west whei lie took the stand against tlie Heci procity pact. Mr. V.ugraih said that he admired President Taft as one o the ahlest statesmen in the worU today and thought that in trying to get this treaty passed he was looking forward to seeing the gales' oi Can- ada's'great natural resources openei up for the manufacturers of the Unit- ed SUtcs 1A3 alio staled that re- ciprocity would not make I prices for wheat in Canada, as the United States already grew more wheat than they; could'consume and (Continued on page 5) LANDSEEKERS ftnd disagreed with Governor home's riews concerning union Moose Jaw, Sask., Vlllly 19. Fou men, landseekers, (kowncrt at I'wehe Mile Lake south ot tins city Monday, July 17; -news of the acci- dent being reccned m tlie cilj today. Ihei drowned while attempting to cross the river'in a small boat, with a heavy stprni .raging at the time Wilder and John Lcp- and two others .were, the vis- tmis, their addresses and famllj con- nections being nnLnonn tueen Cwwdn and the United States "It ii the hope >nd expectation ol iwid, "to create with In the British empire a nttion to the you, hj all thai klgkMt, truest and hest We havt ue tkmfht of a constifntional ireltT with the United States though we haTQ -ewy desire to have the most friendly relations the great land tlWt TO LUCKY JIM MINE Tnly definite an nounccBMM made here todaj that C F R .111 build from Three Lucky Jim mine SUMMON TROOPS WOTAKARDIFF Cardiff, Wales, July noting on the docks arising from In utrlke trouble in which no Ikemen and n score of iliaas injured During the riots a large dock got on fire It is expected that an mcendiarj applied lhe mail h Rioters interfered nith the fire department and looted the wa-ehous es of liquor a large fiuantltj of whicl they consumed The troops btei ordered here trom Nettport and there Is great fear of renewed rioting of a more serious nature. Close of Ely and His Aeroplane After Dip From Clouds POET RtLEV SITE Indianapolis, Ind. July Whitcomb Riley, the "Hoosier Poet' las giren real estate valued at 000 to the board of school commission era us a site for a public library and adrofnintration building for the public schools of this city. RAILROADS PL AN TO GET LUMBER MOVING AT ONCE There Ii a DOW belns co by tin Infflbcr man and ratlwari vMeh If to a ftMorr conolMlon will any that arliw thin fall dur- Inf of lumber, coal and tftfviiffhout the The move 'iMtt luiia-unled hy Sir William rtct prcaldent of the C. P. and It oow ncdrlni the aUcntlon of lhe mill oixratcn and the rolall tftr. iMt morninn K. A. Ciiii- nlnithum na4e the following Kate- la movement on foot ran of railwuyi to (rant the mountain mills a credit of sixty Sr ninety days In -the'freight charges for .lumber. The.'mountain are alap considering: a similar extension to the dealers for the value of the lumber, In order that the heavy lum- ber movement may take place before tlie. coal and (rain begins to tip the cart. In of lhe splendid which are almost a certain- ty, Ihere will be a very heavy do- mand for lumber Iliig fall, at n time when wijl all be engaged In handling the coal andytralij. The ar- rangement now inder consideration la In anUclptjUan of tMi dtrnud.' The crowd watching aeroplane aicend at the Exhibition Groundi lact Friday. In this photo, the.outline of the-machine is very distinct and'some Idea also be gained ;pf the in attendants. This fine photo taken by the British Colonial Photographic Co, (A Rafton Canning, prop) FIFTEEN ILLION BUS. CROP PREDIQED FROM 21 POINTS Reports so Far From Associated Boards of Trade do Not Cover More Than Half of Southern Alberta-More Elevators is the Cry From Many Places Harvest Hands Required In order to ascertain tlie probable :rop in every district within its scope nd to learn the actual" number of larvesters required, the Associated Boards of'Trade of-Southern Alberta lirough Its secretary, J. L. Man'var- sent out a card: aaking.-fbr an answer..tbj the.-follpwing questions Area of district........ acres. Acreage in.-wheat, Iflll acres. Probable average yield bus Present elevator- capacity ishels Probable total yield (district) ___ bushels: Piobable help i addition to local supph men Twenty-one boards oC trade have re- lied and .ibout halt as many are still be heaid from Those icpoitmjr e a total crop of over usbels, the yield per acre eing 23.2'4. The remainins points, lej-, Ineaholm. Coaldale, Coutts, Cowlej, idiuond City, High .Klpp, Macleod, Jfagiath, Aledi- ne Hdt, 'Milk Monarch, Oko-, toks, New Dayton, Purple Pinohei Pinchci Cm, would report at least'Steu, million bushel B, making a bushel ciop the "ounlry sowth of ('ftlgan The Bow. Island Board or Trade in Us report says tjiat it the homestead- ers sUi in yhich is hke- 1> to be tlie caRf, lli'oie he en ough local help to handle the crop'Hs tho Ihinest season pi onuses to be Quite long. Need an Elevator Burdett re.uons: have a very serious jiroblem before us here in the matter. of elevator accommodation as even if the Alberta, Pacific does build an elevUtor as contemplated, it will be totally inadequate to the demand." Cardstou estimates include the Gochrane lami north of there and the Curdston- district west from Spring Coulee Grassy. Lake says: "Crops' are as sured. The only thing to harm them now is hail. Irvine good Parklaud'fa Trade secie tin wine's "In the cstinntes I figure -10.000 of outsj at tiO bushels per acre.; 1 expect the "crop will overrun this estimate." Seven Persons includes In its ter ritorj tlip coiinti} miles south, 12 miles north, (i niilea west and' 1.2 miles east. The wneat yield is esti- mated at 20 acre, oiits 50, flax 15 Oats and nnx lire reported to be exceptionally good. Wheat suffered slightly from (he drought but seems to be picking up In the last two weeks. (Continued on page MOVE INSANE OBSTRUCTION ON SPECIAL TRAIN Alberta Patients at Bran- don to be Transferred to Ponoka (Special to the Herald) rdiiioiiton, the most remarkable special, train. evei run in Canada will gtan out from l-unclon. for Ponoka. on Saturday of tins week. It will bcxa U. r. It. train of Standard equipment' day coaches, sleepers and diner, chartered bv (he Alberta sovernihent for the1 transfer of patients from Manitoba asylum for tile insane at Brandon' to (he new provincial asylum at Ponoka. One hundred and seventy- insane persons, and several score guards and keepers, will bo pasBouger'e oil this rain, which is due to arrive In Pon- oka on .Monday morning. There are ilifadi tweHe patients in Ponoka isylmu, and these with the 170 ar will all be cared for in the lew asylum building, .which, provides ccommodation for nearly 200 ients. Some difficulty but no serious rouble is expected in the transfer of he patients to and from..the train on the journey. All the, more erious cases will have undivided X- ention of experienced Be- iiles regular guards 'and keepers, a orps of volunteer helpers will be muloyod as attendants Hon. A. J. McLean, provincial sec- tiiry and superintendent of -gaols nd asylums, has gone to Lethbridge l his way to d'andon." lie will sup- the jransfcr of patients. Ely, the Aviator, Flying Over New Exhibition Building DEAD NUMBER NOWJXTY-SIX icnpiuc, Ont 18 -Inc hnri- s of 1 were iccovcrcd nc.u amp n of the T and Nr 0 Freder- ick Mouse nvtr, this morning luivc iiofc been Kluitified Ibis bungs tlm number of dead bodies lo DUNCAN BOSS TO.' CONTEST COMOX-ATLIN Vancouver, July Ross M P., will be the Liberal candidate in Comox-Atlin in election Wra tTempieman will run in Victoria. GIFTED YOUNG ARTIST DEAD Toronto, lul) 11 proifising Can.nliau .irtist dud catty vcsterdav m loionto in the peison of Mibs SUickhnd Tullj, daughter of tin- late Knas f ullj, C 1 for maiw veurs urcliitcct- cngiiiL'ci of the public dopart- ncut of OnUiuo Mibb 'lullv hail licon ill onl) a fen months, being a of pcimcious auat'i nil Tullj- d to a iltsdngiuslii d and gifted faniilf ,ind cailv pioni- ise of ricvelopinp, ;is iin a local "study of iirt slie pursued her course in London and Paris for'scv- l lelurmug ieais and opening ,1 studio Miss I nllj nn associalc uf the Itoyal Canadian I Academy TACTICS OF TORIES Put Forth Every Effort to Prevent Resumption of Debate ON RECIPROCITY Motion to Deal With the Pact was Finally Adopted Ottawa, .July parliamMfr dry. game is again In progress 'and both sides have shown their handi. The government forced the fightlnj within ten minutes of. the reassembl- ing of the Commons today; S Fielding idenced the govern- ment's intention to make prompt gress in legislation, by. moving the house into committee to resume reciprocity debate. The opposition evaded the issue uy obstruction. W S Mhidleboro lobe with an amendment calling upon parliament to_ recognize "in some .substantial manner" the services of U-nd Sii WHSrid Laurier pointed out that question was toitj je.us olrt and was settled by Sir John Macdonald's government. With'the brief response .the government dis- cussion ceased But the opposition were not to he denied Midiitoborp occupied time by reading Hansard Tot 185? and uhen he finally concluded the v, hole eusteru obstruction brifiidji bproule, Barker, Roid, Lancaster, .Lennov, Boycr, Snarpe and Boiden himself after aa- J ..Lancaster taunted with the absence of Liberal ipeakerft ained him he need not be ioub to get on other business, hut neither Sli Wilfrid nor nla Hep tenants ue diawn into the game or obstruction The whole afternoon sitting wits talked out before division; The second attempt t" Fielding at night to bilng on recipioclty was met by the upnsing: of W F McLean, who contributed a sueech for the pub' he, ouueiship of cable- lines The third attempt of the finance minister to get on with business was success- ful and at nine o'clock tonight the motion imned by Fielding at ten min- utes dflei three thifi afternoon was fmalU can ted Arthurs of Parry Sound rebumed the reciprocity debate from opposition along iinei already threshed out. GALLON OF WATER IN PAPER KNOCKS WOMAN SENSELESS New York Tub of the orite warm weather diversionsVbfrthe east side hoodlum is dropping from the tenement roofs big paper bags et] with Tli ese la nd on the jedestrians below and provide niuicb. amusement. Airs. Mary Haley was one of tims of tbe jokers late last Highland today she is under the care bf Burr jcons, criticallj' ill The containing a gallon of. watr er hit. her sq.uarely on top. of the. head nnd knocked her unconscious MEDICINE HAT BYLAWS' July Hnt is to on bjlaws aggregating dboiit In August The'am- ount includes for