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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald IV. Lethbridge. A1U.. Thursday, .Inly 11. Number 184. CENSUS FIGURES NOT READY BEFORE OCTOBER That's the Prediction of Hon. Sidney Fisher MAKE MINERS WORK Tory M. P. Would Drive Them at Point of Bayonet Ottawa, Out., July In the pat' Itaroenta'iv battle ''for position the government still Molds Hit. poMtion of vantage. It again forced the fight ing with insistence upon proceeding mill public bllbinesb Hie Opposition lb becoming ptcviili and the luulul exclamation of Reorgu Taylor, form- er Unfit ulnp anil one of Borricn's leading.; lieutenants, in il'icussing the vcittrn coal stuke, that it would he better (or the iin'iicllt to drive the strikers to work at the point of OIL oi'et Ulan to let them aloiu and cndiuigir a i.oal famine, was a sainple of tlie lack, of ttmper As the oppo ition is uv- gagcd in lijing to obitrucl icuproc itv and redistribution and "get away vith it' jcsteulav, the house, sat Hill after and of that time onl) Ucntj minutes was occupied il.'ibcral speakers. Today the Liber- als occupied less than forty minutes. fielding moved the continuation of the ty debate immediately after preliminary, Goodeve rose to 'discuss ihc strike situation and 1'cr- Ie; launched a cuticism oi tlio both reading eUcnsnclj from newspaper articles to fill in the time, n title members oi nhat is knoivn as the 'Obstruction Lennox, Blam, JlwMlebpio and-Jtiiil, all in tuin renew cd" cfloj'' The speakers were lion Mr Fisher anil lion Mi King, while TunIT inter jcctcd A point oi comment tbat the opposition were talking at random and had failed .to suggest any remedy for things compl lined of announcement was made Fisher, that tilt census depart- ment did not think it would be pos- uble to haie final figures read) till October, though effott was he ing nuide to secure Hiuit betoie tbat date Ibis meaiib that n the oppo- ElLion continues to obstiuct mav fcr successful in tricking the wesr out BI addition icpreseiitatlon to which It is entitled Dealing f with the fctn'if situation Kipg 'I01 ftl the rum- or that the government proposed to is owned by Spo- kane people t E. ,F. trustee of the Chamber of- Cbiriinerce and the West- ern-'Fuel' Association, said in- an in- terview "'The steam coar trade of Spokane is supplied principally by British Colum- bia and Alberta. mines, and, unless the sttike is qmcklv the lo cal dealers ha e to look else- where for their sunplies as the mines if they not resume renting; BOOH will not be able supph rhe nome trade, .and, -as .would "he' unable1' ttf ex.nort very little, if any 'coal; .during 'the next four- -or five months." at Macleod July 19. Representatives of; the boarcis of -trade will Macleod at an early date to see what can be done toward helping. along a settlement iii the coal strike The Macleod board of trade has been corresponding with other, boards in the province and at last have sent AN APPEAL IN THE A.R1L CASE London, July to ap- peal was by the judicial committee of the privy council in the case of Rex vs the Alberta. Railway and Irrigation company Judgment was reserv cd In the case of the Canadian Northern railway vi Robinson and another being an action for dam- ages for the alleged: wrongful re- moval of trackt. The A. R. and I. concerns the maintenance of over irrigation ditches The Supreme Court of Canada awarded judg- ment to the company and the province has succeeded In hav- ing an appeal made the privy council, TERM IN GOAL FORFORMER CHIEF Seattle, July Chief of Police Wappenittin, convicted of accepting a bribe .for permit- ting the operation or immoral re- during ths ulll administra- tion, wai tentencefl today to not leu than three no. more than ten years in the state, penitentiary. hat ninety diiyt in which tv vppead to thf court. out a circular invitation asking ilViin to meet in MacIeoU and this was r.c- cepteil, although no dale has yet been arranged pending tho" nice ting of tlie mine operators hero today Strike up at Ottawa the House to- day A. S.-Goodeve up the sub- ject of the coat sii'iKu in Alberta and eastern British Columbia, and tho matter was given it lengthy consid- eration Air. Goodeve said thut the strike was very serious arid promised lo Ise worse if a settlement was not reach ed before, the cold weather set in. :t no relief; is afforded in the w.iy.of coal supplies, the settlers would cer- tainly-freeze to death on the prairies during the winter months. Mr. oil- was disposed to blame the labor department because the strike had not been settled. (Continued on uack A GOOD YIELD ALONG THE BORDER Courts and Sweet Grass Districts Have Splendid Crop CREAtE NEW TOWN (r Difficulties in the Way of Building Up Two Ex- isting Places (Special to the Herald) GUbs, Mont, Julj bptu tl coacspon leni ofJ the HeraM his liLi.ii looking oicr the 'southern UbuU and g.ilhcnng in foirnrftion is. to oroi) picwiiccti and hnsiacss in gciiLrai Interviewing Mr of the real esHle film ol 0 llairc Williams, he was, told tlwl on the iuonnna side of the Imd cropi quite as good is on the Cini- dian side Mr Williams slionnl Ihi rtpoitci fill tthetl, out HIL. loot and in oni handful, tin, strau of uhicli mcistircd t ftel H nns laki-n iiom i icic fitld lohn Hall 10 miles of Swccl Glass He also h ul a sim pic of oils P feet pickul in (lie same manner honi a litld hdonging to laft 10 miles south east He snlu it stood a slim of licinllcss bar just hcadme out mil innsurilig 3 fell Asked as to what the acienge was on thc'U side of Iho lint Mr Williams said that he had ]usl made an enquiry for the Taking a lis-t of all the fanners in a radnib oi 18 miles, lie made a pct- snn il entiuiij, Ihe result of enables him-to make, the statement Hint at least J acres are under Itlvation. Hn-nlso the statement, that a. Httlc more would bc-hnrvested in the same area'on the (amdnn side prolitlih 1 i (100 irus will he marketed it Giissaiil Contts. The correspondent's next (liicstion was rcpilding Hi' Mr Williams was reminded that a real estate man was likely lo err in in estimate of the yield. Answering, he said that lie would give a conserva- tive estimate and imt fall grain at 2.T bushels in a radius of 20 miles around Courts I and .Sweet Orass. .Slicing grain will, barring accidents, vield from IS to y.r. Wil- liams here made Ihe observation' that a hut wind for four or' livo days any lime before harvesling, would cut this from two lo Cm; bushels. Mi Williams and his questioner tlen fe" et he necessary s indicated bj in editorial in the Morning Post- consuls a firm no surrender. Unionists Intend to Boost Young M. P. Along HIS KNIGHTHOOD Was Conferred as a Tri- bute to his Work for the Party London, -Inly-. ptpssid in man) Canadian papers ov- ir the l-nigliting of Mr W M. Alt- kui ind Hie speculations indtilge_d is 'o the bonrct through which the honor was rccenul find no coun'ter- inil in tin 1 nglish journals, by whom tin. binonl cucumstances in with this mattei arc prob- abli' well knott-n, and the gcneral'con- ditions the gi.uitmg .ol lionais bj 11" Soictiign jtc certain- h bLtkr Sonic Lauiilim juiit icceir- cd on this side of Urn w-ilci, contain" sjitculitions as to how it was biulc loi a Lumili.ii! Liberal Govcrn- nicnt, or i British one, to re'com- nuid ol to uidoisc the gintieinan whose pirliclpation la politic.-, has been as a Conservative I lie, aiisuei is simple Neither'of these gounnents bad anything to saj in the matter Mr Aitkcn's nonilmtion was one of a few bj the leidus of the Unionist party, .o whom tins privilege was extended in ol the exceptional import- ance of the i simple is explanation as i ndcrstood here, 'of the reasons wllieh proinplul the Uinomit leaders to siilnnii Sli Ailken'b name to' the __ TungjjIhaL gentleman 'Thad-spcnt aliSit a in cultivating1! cashirp constittiencj in assisting in the Unionist campaign in _6th'er pails of llu eonnU As a result ol Ins noik, he eaptnrcd a strong iLih- scat, and dtew upon birasell' much pubtie attention bv this, suc- cess, which is one of the most not- able won bj the Unionists in' the last flene-ial Lleclion It was gener- alli LoncMli.ll Hut Mi Aitkcn had, shown great ability in tint camnaign, and the party leaders came to look on him as a isini; addition tn then fighting line.1 It ib understood in Canadian cir- cles hcic, some few months' Mr Has about to retuin to C iinda and take in actue part 11 t inadian politics ai> one of Mr. Bor- den s lieutenants. _t _ (Continued on page OFFICIALS AT THE NEW JAIL HERE. from left to Warden Peters Wirden irltnh Co. 8cf article ;