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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VoL IV. Letltbridge. Alta.. Wednesday, June 7. Number 149 RECIPROCITY NIGGER IS FOUND Minneapolis Man Locates Cause of all Recipro- city Trouble APPOINTED SECRETARY OF A. R. I.-COMPANY appointment of H. C. -Oswald, of the C. P. R. secre- tary's office al Montreal, as secretary of the A. R. I. Co. has been announced, vice D. Amey. who remains in the London, office as assist- ant secretary. EARTHQUAK HAS TAKEN PLACE Seismographs at Washing- ton and Winnipeg Indi- cate Disturbance Mexico City, June earth- quake at four o'clock this morning i wrecked several buildings including idie artillery quarters where seventy Two Parties to Visit "ere' The dead ied are estimated at between fifty and seventy. j Washington. June at iti.05 o'clock this morning the needles of the seismograph at the Georgetown Qp University observatory began to move jn :The tremors steadily increased in in- STEEL TRUST Sell Steel to Jim Hill to Haul Grain from Canada -the Connection Minneapolis, June Steel ,Trust, declared P. V. Collins today, is the "Nigger in the Wood Pile" of the proposed Canadian reciprocity agreement. Thus is solved to Mr. Collins' satisfaction, the system oi the 1'res. Tail, and hereto is Un: answer Lo -James Hill's ad- vocacy of reciprocity and explanation of the Great the country .has the bumper crops con- 'earthquake that had been recorded City During the Summer W. J. White, superintendent Canadian Immigration agencies the United States, reached the. city (tensity causing the needles to record from the north and left this morning for DISASTER ON RESIGNATION: PACIFIC COAST SCHOOL AT v ST. EUGENE MISSION i Pilot Mistook Dangerous! Accepted by Presbytery- Reef for a School of Sardines Work of Presbyterian Body'Satisfactory Cranb'rook, June has been received that the Dominion government has awarded the contract for the erection of a school at St. Eugene Mission to. J. W. Wood of Fernie. afternoon !unusual vibration. Spokane. inorl-h and south He expects to be back in Lethbriuc in the course a week. The maximum of movements was preached at fi.22 and lasted eight min- utes, while the maximum of east and During the yast few weeks he lias !west movements were recorded at covered" most of the West an -1 lastinS ten minutes. Gradually that he never saw the cpu-iuv :the tremors subsided and died away ;i! parts, .ac-i'ib. south, east and west. >oking ss well and he aniici- clared il j Macieod Presb'vtery met yesterday !afternoon and evening in regular ses- ision in the1 vestry of Knox church. Those in attendance were the Revs. 'Munro, Taber; Lang, Passburg; Ham-! ikon, Cowley; Boyle, Macieod; Whit-1 man, Cardston; Smith, Magrath and T A' i Bryden and Gordon, Lethbridge. J.D. iVlciny Il-Iiginbotham, elder, was also present _. 1 land the Taber congregation was rep- Dereaved. j resented by S. Ervine. i Thfrt resignation of Rev. J. R. Munro. Colon, Republic of Panama, June 7. 'of Tuber, was tendered and accepted for a school of sardines I with great, regret. CAPTAIN ARRESTED Twenty Three Persons: VISITORS GLAD THEY SAW TABER Winnipeg B us i n e s smen Went Through Canada West Mine the breakers .ahead. Pilot Matthews ran his ship, the Taboxa. upon the dangerous point of Gunk-o, off the the evening many mutters pertain- to Home Missions were discussed in a general way, and the Presbytery expressed themselves as being well ifter one hour anc pates a great flow of immigration if ".51 o'clock Rev. Father Tondorf de- indicated the most severe bond issue. Mr. Collins returned Monday from Washington, where he went with the anti-reciprocity dele- gation that carried a monster peti- tion, of names.' He spent weeks -.unending the hearings of .Senate finance committee. His con- clusion is that- the proposed pact is a ditions now point to. In talking to the Herald, Mr. white jt0wri observatory, two and a emphasized the importance of West- ern Canada exhibiting extensively at. the 1912 National Corn. Exposition. At last year's oxposition a Lloydmin- ic9uld be ascertained. Whether ster farmer secured the trophy :lhe disturbance was located in Alaska coast of: Los Angon, as a result of .satisfied wiih the work that is" boin. which twenty-three lives were lost, (done in this branch in the Southern and Matthews and Captain Campbell j Alberta field. were arrested arid held in confine- j-------------------------- ment here.. CHICAGO DAILY SOCIALIST The officers of the steamer David. SUSPENDS PUBLICATION which has arrived here, brought the Chicago, June suspension Taber, June visit -of the Winnipeg P.usini'ss Men's excursion looic place today according to 'sche- dule, and everyUiing passed ofi with-! out a hitch. The party were es- corted to were conducted the earth by Mr. Kidd, the General Superintendent. That the experience I wa.-: a nnvrjty to most of those who ventured below the surface, was ap-i parent they reached the top, as j, the remarks overheard many ex'pres- A PROMINENT OFFICIAL IS COMING Vice-President of U. ML f W. of A: on His Way- from Indianapolis NO SESSION YET Chairman Gordon did not Arrive-Investigation to last Several Weeks since the establishment of of the disaster. Eighty sur- of publication of the Chicago Daily I sions of delight and appreciation. H half ago. It is estimated to have ;'occurred or o.OOfl miles from Washington but in what direction for tne best exhibit of oats. Mr. White or South America scientists were un- would like to see every district in the West exhibit there, not only in news of its location oats but wheat. The Immigration j Department will meet the expense of i sending the exhibits to the exposi- j will look after them while vivors were aboard the vessel. Cap- Socialist was announced late tonight tain Campbell, an Englishman, seems by N. M. Stanglaug, manager of the to have ordered Pilot Matthews to .publication. The paper has been is- change his course. The latter obey- sued for the last five years and was ed and shortly afterwards Prospero supposed to have had a circulation Pinal, one of the owners of the ship, ;of approached and remarked on the tne coast. During the ATTEMPTED SUICIDE New York, June young dangers of of its location undoubtedly j several minutes' argument as to whe- would be forthcoming during the day. ther. the disturbance was from break- who describes himself as Leonard Felt at Winnipeg !ers or a school of sardines, the a son of ex-Congressman H. Winnipeg, June the reef- which .tore a JBontelle of Illinois, now minister reat hole in the ship's bow. ;able to determine, but they declared sell-out of the people to the trusts. "I've been studying for three months to ascertain what was Prc-u- ticnt Tait's said Mr. f'ol- lins, "1 saw early in the game and wil] ]ook after them wnlle graph station at St. Boniface college, 'James J. Hill had -a, great, tnere_ Mr.. White is in hearty sym-', reports the most severe disturbance jlhe ship's largest boat was swung out'last night, in the Y. M. C. A. in West but 1 couldn't.._trace -tnc connectipu.jpatny Lett-bridge's campaign for j of its history recorded early tnis jand rapidly filled with women and .Tab After tying.a rope round between Mr. Hill and the president "international .JDjry Farming Con- 'morning, starting at 5.00 central time. cMdreu. A iieaw .neck he-jumped from rue stair- to 11S years about unti! ''last week. Now it is all very-igreSs. He believes lt would be a tremors were remarkably distinct K tbe a rush of maddened j'c'ase leading from the lobby to the auci we have'been, uone at a G. X. Railway 'great.-advertisement for Western Can- :and tlvs scientists in charge look for peerage -passengers rushed the davits'barber shop. He was cut down -arid voii" will sec in Minnesota ;ada. of some great world disaster. !The boat weni end 'jn time to save his life. (Special to the Coleman, -June pretty little it-own of Coleman, with its pretty sur rounding, the western outpost- of Ai- he Canada Mine, and ,ii if' berta towns in tne Pass, is now one through the bowels oi of the quietest little burgs to be seen anywhere. The old song refrain "Ev- ery day will be Sunday by and by." lean change its tense and :can be sung, "Every .day is Sunday here- honts just now." This Sabbath tranquility should ap- ,_ peal t o the conciliation board to get to work vigorously in order to avert the entire destruction of all reverence for a Sabbath, which perpetuity, seems to engender. Dr. Gordon has not put in an ap- pearance as yet, and Secretary Car- ter, who made such good time from. was also a treat to many Taber peo- ple, who made the most of the op- portunity The trip to the mine occu- pied the greater part of the stay of the party who were only able to spare two hours here. Many of them were conveyed in automobiles to the gas well being drilled, and also to map 'North Dakota thirteen Two parties of newspaper men will Hues running northward to the bo'ur.-'jvisit Lethbridge this summer, Mr. j daiy. There ate several others far-j White says. The Buckeye Press As- tl'er west, making a total' of tAventy- jsociation and the Associated Dailies, three Two or three of them already jof Ohio, will as> ard steamer Saxony, which arrived j liner Oxonian. The Oxonian sailed from New Or- leans for Antwerp by way of She was last reported as arriving at is generally built for a new country. l.nere yesterday from -New York is in The Canadian government offers 10 thg }jancjs of -lie health authorities, endorse honris such tne result of the discovery of a sious lo iLe extent of SSO.OOO a mile case of suspected cholera on ooard. it uiilv costs irom to The victim was a Hungarian, to build, hut now conies Mr. j America, named Bernis. He died at j wiih a new issue of bonds to tlie sea. A bacteriological examination j amo'tnt of He says the is being- made and in the meanwhile I first HOD, 000 are to refund some .'between tiie vessel and the shore is j expiring bonds and the. other 'withheld by the officers; of the- -port. will be a Fund to pay to ex- >T'he Saxony sailed from New York 'on tension and betterments. If recinroc- in- moei- thioussb he will certainly betterments. Canada is al- produrinjj bushels! LIVE AT B.ROOKS, ALTA. from _; Of Liverpool. .June 1st. She is -ir.O feet in owned By F. Leyland ;aad DUKE OF SUTHERLAND TO BIG CROP FOR ALBERTA Chas. A. Gram, now of Spokane but formerly absociated with O. T. Lftth- roj) in the 0. W. Kerr Co. as general agent in Xorth Dakota, returned to Spokane this morning on the Flyer LAYERS Rome, Jmie members of the diplomatic' corps in Rome have a collective note to the ,'Jtalian government protesting against jthe projected which has for its 'effect the making oi' life insurance a i t-sr all reference to it in the papers jand oiher places." j Tiie members of the party were pre- {the situation, but'that little seems i seated wiih miners' caps, each adorn- j to he flavored with pessimism to- a ed with a legend calculated to remind j considerable extent. The conciliation the weaivr and al! who might see it, j board cannot, meet before tomorrow 01 Taher. The Tabpr Times also came afternoon, and until Chairman Gor- out with a special number, contain- don convenes that body, nothing will ing in a concise some of the he known of what the course .of ac- most salient features of- the town's j tion will be. history and development, and some j 'At the adjournment at Fernie, Dr. interesting ligures regarding the Gordon called for the records of-the wheat and coal output. F. lv Kwing, president, and e monopoly. The note says such i Leach, secretary, of the Board oi 'a law would be a limitation of the J Trade, travelled to Lethbridge on the jaci'iuired rights of foreign life insur- Flyer, and the _visitors lance companies. i to Taher on their special. Harry government says of the that but Toronto, June -It is reported !after a two days" visit in the city. Mr. available'that the Duke of Sutherland, the sec-I.Gram travelled over a great deal of v. heat" lands is under cultivation. If .ond greatest landowner in the wprJd.'the country south of Lethbridge dur- thc Great Northern with its numer- to Canada immediately his visit, and was much struck o'J3 feeders obtained only iSrr tne coronation and take up his iWith what he termed "the marvellous husl'eh to haul it will require 'residence for .the summer at Brooks, .development of Southern Alberta dur- the las! two years." He thinks prospects for a bumper crop in ifrom tne C. P. R.. it is said he I every ljne o? farming arc unparalleled ti-_-. bringing with him a number in the. history of the country and. savs run one tram an hour ior hours ;of Scottigh w a Albcrta ,vil] be a day lor seven days a week it, be ;beater this I'Oi.i cars and that seems I href thousand trains of thirty- j thr.'_'0 cars each. H ihcv tr a lake more than tour months to move bushels out of Canada. Tje Up U. S. Farmers the meantime all the farmers; along the Great Northern in Minne-1 sota. Xorth Dakota and Montana will be. unable to get cars because, of course, the preference wiii be given to be competitor.'; in Canada. Other- wise the Canadian roads would get j the hauiuig. The freight alonp the j line in Minnesota. North Dakota and Montana will have to wait. There no competition in these .states. Found the Nigger than that, there jh no in- terstate commerce commission to regulate freight rates on traffic ori- ginating in Canada. Now the exten- sion of the roads and brandies. not less iAua-. east of Calgary, where he re- cently purchased a large tract of land ;the foj. each Qf the and apportjoned into ;NORTH The Bricklayers' Union'ilay took H stand in support of ti'e striking teamsters. Yesterday they quir. work j ,viirv non-uiiion ure j hauling msueriai for buildings. Xo brick, srsnd. stone. or build- ins muteria! will be used unless it is POSTPOM: TI-IK ALEXANDRA CASE j Tweed, President of the Medicine Hat Board of Tiade. accompanied by W. up from Crriw's Nest Pass Coal" Company, re- latiiig to the sale of coal, its price and the railway rates charged for the transportation of the product of- the mines to consumers. Mr. Klatier, chief accountant, and Mr. Young, sec- retary of The Crow's Nest Company, were instructed to bring all rec- rds as were necessary to Cousins and P. Pingle the Hat nn the noon train, and re- I these facts, and to be prepared turned with the party to the Hat. 1 testify as to them. establish to N. H-. Murray, who has been in Cal Taher people are very .much pleased, Thp mine sav that- it -will The'stone beins: hauled for rlv; Bow- man bluck vestprday but the teamsters hauliiuc produced papers showed- thai thev were hauling it under con- tract, so the bric-.klave'-s returned to work on that block this ir.orning. i At the Marnock block, the brick-' layers will continue to work, until fur the past two "days in con- nection liis application for a license i'or tV Hole! is to relurn tliis aftcnioon. The. mat-tor of era riling the license lo Mjchel ju ordeir result. 01 The day's proceed-1 be necessarv to return" to Fernie and are confident that Taher near-the e-vi- if such a course This is almost the first publicity take several. with will now forever on the map, and Qf more dccidertiy before the public eye antl is jitirsuod it 'v....._ was considered bv the commissioners i her iias had an opportunity of the investigation yesti-iday at their Calgary meetinji, j ing. j _______' hu- from word received jiere, it is ihal il.r has been ;BRAVE RED DEER SCOUTS stand for' the time beinp. j GOING TO CORONATION MONTREAL METHODISTS DENOUNCE NE TEMERE DECREE brick already hauled is u.u but. j they will not use any material brought c-ornmissioneis there by non-union teamsters. The bricklayers have stopped on the Balmoral block. allowed to It. ill, however, be considered again ;it a nicei-irig of the board of license on Wednesday. Jurit Red Deer. June recognition of their brave work in assisting in :fhe capture of the murderer, Kelly, itwo representatives of the Red Deer Montreal. June this morning's session of the Montreal Methodist Conference the report of the special committee appointed to consider the Ne Temere Decree, was adopted by a farms for them. ARRANGING FOR CLARESHOLM FARM Claresholm, June Hon. D. i is shall and -H. A. Craig, who is now inspector of demonstration farms, jWere here today making arrange- ments for the buildings and the breaking on the new farm. They are E. drew OXFORD LIBERALS JTWO YEARS NOMINATE CANDIDATES W. Xcsbit, M.P., and Dr. An- Mackay, M.P.T'-r were rernorn- FOR STABBING BROTHER Winnipeg. June Daly ve Konrad Kuhans two years at inat-od as candidates lot N'orth Oxford. bv the Liberals hard labor for stabbing his brother iFred. a few evenings ago. R. L. RICHARDSON TO OPPOSE BRAD3URRY Ottawa. June is announced here that R. L. Richardson, editor of j the Tribune, Winnipeg, will oppose j Geo. Bradb.ury. M. P. for Selkirk at the next Dominion election on reciprocity j issue, which. Bradbury opposes. i .Hoy Scouts will be sent to the coro- (unanimous vote. The report denounc-' .nation. Patrol Leaders Philip Gal- '-lie application of the decree to 'bra'ith and William Weston Canada and called upon the general to and Wilham Weston are said he slated for the trip. The mayor started the subscription list. N.K.B AND FOREST CITY PAVING GET CONTRACTS FOR CITY WORK COINS APPROVED to return here this week. j K. Boyd of Winnipeg, and the f The council came to this decision Xews comes from Salt Lake City cily Paving Co got the con. Ithis morning after deliberatine List that Miss Hazel Strati a; has success- fully come through an' operation for for all the city work advertised night and -his morning. The street. together with the necessary equip- appendicitis. The manv friends of nndrr (he debentures re- ipaving and street railway contracts men'., would mraii increased trade lor lhjs young lady will be glad >o wel- jcently passed. Mr. Boyd put in a jwil] be awarded after the city the come aer bacj. restoreri to health. Ottawa, June final approval London of the new Canadian five ten dollar gold pieces is expect- ed shortly. By autumn the new cojn- lage will lie installed. They will be Mr. intrinsic value and size the same as -the American coins of like denomina- coni'erence of- the chtircn to do its .ut- most to secure the withdrawal of the decree, or to secure the enactment of I legislation to counteract it. It declar- ed that if the Roman Catholic Church. J had secured any special privileges res- i peeling marriage then these should be swept -away by legislation and people !of all creeds- made equal before tae.. civil law in regard to marriage. They also adopted a loyal address to their Majesties on the occasioa of the Coronation. WANT MEDICINE HAT ASSESSMENT RAISED Medicine Hat. June Sis- isons, Huckvale, Millar. Stewart and j.lames Fleming appeared -before the the ;the American coins ot like denomina- of Revision yesterday to appeal jtion and will probably be. accepted at j against the general assessment of the Taylor Ipar in the United States, thus proving I city as being too low. Mr. Sissons the .steel trust and hen- is in thi- wood pile. In his testi-j T_ w. Qnayle's time with tbe niony before the commit KM- last week Claresholm Review hws expired, Alt-orney-Gcneral Wickcrsliam tcsti- though his successor has not yet ar- he had been attorney for the rived from the east. Trust and that Henry Tai'l, We had two thunder storms in the of President Taft, is Lonifv for ihe Stef1! Trust. bid of for the correspond, further complicatii! cituation. For the sidewalks, A. was second to lowest a bid of SiM.ISi.riS. W. E. Ransom next, who now go across the border ;m- 817.IS. and P. Kilkenny next, with American money. Prac street has an opportunity to study jtically the only gold coins in use great convenience to the Canadians stated that the assessment should be jthe plans and Use tenders. raised per cent. Mr. Huckvale stated that property jcouid not be bought for .100 per cent. In assessed values. Taking the lowest available lend- {Canada at present are the American! Millar though the assessment The council had difficulty in arriv- erg without Kemper's for the other gold pieces and the number of these j should be raised. He would not taie, igrading, the laying of the sanitary ,and storm sewer systems and the jwatefworks lines. The Forest City G. W. Kemper. who was the low- j 127.20, as against will make the cement jest, tenderer for laying the water- j Mr ing at a decision owing to the fact, four contracts, the total was' 34.- Jin this country is surprisingly large, assessed price for his property, Boyd's iOii December 31st last the receiver- on back j It was too low by 75 per- cent, Boyd has a large outfit ready jgeneral for Canada had no less than low al- last three days. The crops look ex-j walks for and will makd Iniains and the sanitary sewers would i to start- work by June IS and will thus showing the large de- consideration at; the next meei- .cellent and there should be plenty of''he cement sewer pipes to be used not :imdertake both contracts. His i have the work finished by Jan 15, jmand there is for a gold coinage in j'rng of the Court on Friday night at (hay this fallt in Boyd's contract. i Jump price and his unit prices did not Canada. JS o'clock. Caving Co. "for ;