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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IV. Lethbridpe. Tuesday, June (5.1911. BUYS AN Acquires the Charter of the Alberta Pacific SO 'TIS SAID And Will Undertake the Construction of the Road WEDDING FETE Xumber 148 i Launch Was Blown Over in .a Utah Lake ENGAGED COUPLE CAPTAIN L. S. MACOUN Of Ottawa, a Member of the Corona- tion Head Quarter Staff, as Or- derly to the Commander. NEW ROAD FOR NEW ONTARIO Salt Lake City, Utah, June (persons were drowned in Utah Lake today when the launch Galilee, on i which it; persons were attending a j party given in honor of the approach- ling marriage of. Miss Vera Brown and j Edward B. Holmes, capsized. Among n is Will Run to the Clay drowned the engaged cou-' lhis vKir ,Bupply that wilh natural jple and two other children of Captain poMjUe a Las. j wouW most ask owner of the launch. IcannJngham. vice-president of the faat bylaw be placed before tho Ihe drowned are: Frank Brown, lizard of Trade, received from Wm. for rheir approval, for the j Calgary, .June Herald says: was learned on good authority that the charter for the pincbcr Cardstott and Montana rail- way, subsequently called the Alberta J'acir'ic railway, has been sold to the Great Northern Railway company, is the -Mm Hill line. understood that construction work will be commenced on the line imme-1 ciiaiely. j By acquiring this charter, which j provides for a north and south line j connecting with the transcontinental! line of the Great Northern in Mon-j taini. entering Alberta, crossing the; Canadian Pacific Crow's Nest Pass i Rnck has been purchased line and passing on as far "as Cal- gary, the Hill interests will have access to Canada. By an agreement either the Canadian Northern or the Grand Trunk Pacific the Ameri-. can toad, will be enabled to engage the handlina of the harvests'of by t TENDERS ASKED FOR H. B. RY. Winnipeg, Man., June ther evidence iof the early con- struction of the Hudson's Bay Railway is furnished by an adver- tisement in a morning paper call- ing for tenders for the construc- tion of 185 miles of line between Le Pas Mission and Ticket Port- age. Tenders will be opened at the Department of Railways and Canals. Ottawa, on August 1st. A bond of is required with all tenders. Were Amongst the Half Dozen were Lost Prairie Fuel Gas Co. writes City Council Again WANT BY-LAW I Submitted to the Rate-! payers Without Delav flpl V% KtiirKuun IQ QOi 15 ouJ Measure Certain of Good Majority in U. S. Senate Looks Good for Construc- tion of Weyburn Line This Year The construction, of MAJOR A. 0. FACES k c _ of Halifax, N. s. staff officer of the Many senators Alter 1 heir Canadian Contingent to the Coronation A. W. Dingman addressed the fol- lowing letter to the council today re- garding the natural gas franchise: Representing; the Prairie Fuel Gas iCo. of. myself and H. ;A. the agreement entered the JVeyburn lne of to CALGARY IS MUCH CONCERNED Views at Last Moment i .-i ana Connect with the G. T. P. age Vera Brown, l'l: Helen children of Captain Brown; Ed- this Sault Ste. Marie. Mich., June jward R. Holmes, clerk: Benjamin W. says- The Bruce Mines and Algoina Rail- I Raymond, Sherwood Raymond, his 5- way now built from Bruce Mines to year-old son. by All of the victims of the accident Whyte, vice-presideiit of the C. P. R. jPurpose of amending clause 15 in the j Caljiarv, June Ma v or Mitchell Geo. P. McCallum and 11. Apple.ton. (lived in Salt Lake City. Up to a la'e of this city. Plans have been tonight but one body, that of pleted for the extension of the road -Miss Vera Brown, had been recovered to connect with the. Grand Trunk Pa- .Her body was taken from the water cific, a distance of three hundred and by .her father, and lashed by him'to Arrangements have been mast of the 'boat. Kicielitv Trust CO. of Squal! Overturns Launch "Referring to your call here yesterday re line from Lethbridge I can say to you that the condi- tions of settlement, cultivation, etc.. are a good deal more over the rep'ort that ,l had last year, and I am in hopes that we will be able to do something along the lines of your wishes in the near future." This letter certainly sounds verv anri the cit.r commissioners have de- instead of 25c per thousand cubic to call a mass meeting of citi- [said agreement, so that it shall read: j'a price not exceeding 35c per thous fcnd cubic feet for domestic purposes, [instead of 25c per as now appearing. j in an attempt to get the C.P.R. "The reason for making the request j shops located at Calgary. The coun- for this change, I believe, must be ob- i cil is somewhat perturbed over the jvious, viz.: the great expenditure in-j recent visit Vice-President 'Wil-j jvolved on the part of the company in Ham to Medicine Hat, and the j jthe production, and in the installation j report t-hat he favors that town tor j Washington, June Canadian reciprocity agreement will be adopt- ed by the'senate without amendment and with more than thirty votes to spare. This prediction is based upon. A i r> 1 !a careful poll of the Senate. This ADOUt Keport inat thejpoll shows a remarkable change in sentiment due-in a large measure to the gallant tight President Taft has made for the legislation and the over- j whelming public sentiment in .favor of the proposed treaty which was C. P. R. Shops Will go to Medicine Hat shown by the Chicago Tribunes's poll of editors in twenty-two different i states of the union. As it' is 5at' present lined up the Senate stands j upon the reciprocity measure as fbl- iws For, 23 republicans, 35-democrats. Against, 25 republicans, 3 demo- Canadian west, which are destined to Montreal, to act as financial .agents! The party left Geneva, on the east find their way to the markets oi Eu-ior the reorganized road. The Trust sllcre ot' lake' at 9 o'clock in the j hopeful and Mr. Whyte. if he uses i Company will underwrite the bonds and headed west. an strong efforts with the head office. :j-the fact that the increase asked for to be able, to induce the .con- JwIH not raise the domestic rate be-lated joi-c via the 'Application was made at Ottawa -the bond issue amounting to five launch was struck by bought .-centlv for a charter for a line to j The road as extended a, sudde? sideways to struct! v u u u. j Tuesday from nine o'clock in the OOtelS r rices w seven o'clock in the after- Cafes and i heaters j R- J- Baldry was to have been nom- f .by the Trades and Labor Coun- Keap Harvest cil bnt his PaPers did not come Paris, June among can visitors who are raillionaires and i came to Parts intending to shun i don until nit.vr the coronation festivi- he, ties in oi-.ier to av-oid extra prices DOUKHOBOHS TO LEAVE PRAIRIES charged (here for the .occasion, are! our that Paris at the height j jof the reason cxn he as expensive jany other bis: city in the world. j j Coronation or no coronation, in spite j jof the much arivenised London season. or perns ps because of it. Paris is en- at Ottawa have it figured out prettv NTARIOMAY LOSEFIVE SEATS Toronto. June authorif-ies ger station, the second iar; terminal in the world day. The terminal covers The station yard covers square feet the train shed pass- only to- acres. section tracks. Calumet, Que., June which was discovered bere at 3 o'clock this morning in a house occupied by Mr, Gayer, spread with great rapidity and before it burned itself out seventeen hou- ses and three stores1 were de- stroyed. Twet-ty families were !eft without shelter. The ioss is estimated at OLICE PATROL feet. Sixteen ;with a capacity of j'OO car? enter tho itself into an ecclesiastic .train shed, sivjng rhP Cation a conclave had put Dr. Clifford of passengers dny. total cosr of the station was Gladstone once spoke of Or Clifford of which v-ns in Parliament, as "ihe mun who holds expended for real estafe. of the conscience of the of the building- was be- ists in England.'' jgun in February, Ipio., AT REVELSTOKE Uevelstoke. B. C destroyed mill iasi nig! la] loss with stock tho to r eachin% With rocanl to parrolling the resi- dential ponion of :he Citief Gil- lespie to ihe council loday man patrols from 7 3.m. to fi p.m.. reporting 10 a.m. for insinations. Af nigb; men o.-r.-ry rho snme This will be improvcrl as soon the patrol boxtss fhape will be very soon. There has not fcefn one iirok-c-n into. Tjie only theft reported ai! j winter was a maennro stolen from an I engine left ic a remote part of the Yprkton. Sssk., June the Dcukuofaors intend to treek to British Columbia leaving nothing behind them but their reputations is shown by the appearance of an advertisement asking for bids for the purchase of their brick yards here. The brick making plant is s large one with a capacity of 50.000 bricks per day. be had for a day are now easilv let Hi. it ir- almost impossible to buy goats for the at the usual booking offices. Speculators have secured afl the best seats for several weeks in ad- i vance, and are reaping tained, Ontario is" lose five seats, aru! one of thc.sc may be the seat- held by W. F. Maclean, whose riding will be split up between Toronto and other txvo Yorks. There will be but one nnd probablv or.lv two I Restaurants and even taxicab drivers Middlrsm-s. Toronto -e't hours. Asking extravagant prices during', InPinhCr af.ernoon snoppjng and bourse! OLD TIMER DEAD Winnipeg, June Maihewson, who camp here thirty years from Glas- gow, Scotland, died this mor- ning aged 74 at the home of his daughter. DROP !N WATER t-! Breraerhafen. June bal- iloonisf.s who left Berlin yesterday in .competitive flight were rescued at. j daybreak in the estuary of Weser into which they had been enm- to drop to avoid beinp now seats, and of thc.se the I.iberal.s iisrure uii winning ,it Iras; while hope to increase, iii'- loMi'iV.'intr iii Tiie Ijasis of representation be onr jnt-riibf-r Jo instead of on ihe last ;