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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Dafly Herald LethbridRe. Wedumday, 21 JOU CONFERENCE COMES TO END mier Asquith Thinks Has Done Good -Work r ___ Better Understanding Of the'Relations Between Different Parts of the Empire Landon, I were asked jahat bad been the dominant govern- ing featuiw of this conference 1 should (saj It has been the attempt to pro and develop closer co-operation, through old British intlilution of free and frank discussion. And 1 think that you will agree that tbe %alue of this conference, and its hianant results, are not to be judged entirely by the actual resolutions at firmed and proposals adooted I agree joltL Premier Ward, that some of the iore valuable, if not Hie most valu- to which we have been able Plk our time has been to the eon ilderation.of mattere which we have leltberately abstained from coming to ,1 any moment a definite conclusion mill.we cleared the air and clear the ground and got a better mut- "understanding of oi.r relative re- iprocal, requirements We see now truer perspective, the proportion dfaafemge of not a few of ir Imperial a mlt which could never have beet ined in any other way than bjr imbling together responsible fiom the different dominions of Empire to -hold perfectly free in ihange of-opinions, each presenting is aspects as of the case with ,leh he brings from his own locat exceptionally familiar will all. I am PiemUer nlth continued, "remember oMr ictlng In committee of defenoe jen Sir Edward Grey presented his nrvajr ot the fprelgn pollcv of. fh. implre That Is a thing which e stamped on all our recollections _md I do not auppoae there Is on WASCAS wttt king, htmt h at only him 0ur Htm our fi ttel jif ?ui Iwigf bt DELIBERATE SUICIDE Milk River Man Letter in Coat Pocket Instructions Given That He be Buried on Hit Homestead vV "This care Is L see no out ot it, I will of medicine I would' buried on the highest-place on mT homestead Make a common put me in just as I amr clothes on. "Tbe boy I bad working for me sjad-i three or four days' wages him. The money in bank or ever) thing. bomestead shack shall belong to Wasbtler on Pitmen's (arm. 'Mi watch ahall belong, to tfie son who first finds v .d Unsigned and .written'In hand, as though the _. ng under a severe mental strain. Uw above letter was'found by Conjnar Humphries and "tbe jury on "tsaCaSSl .4; body of Jacob'Bowqjin, spot where he waa morning about the little rtrieen-jeai- oM'i LOCAL S. 0. E. HAS FINE RECORD Wins Coveted Prize for the Second Year in Succession Pride of Alberta Lodge, Sous of Knjland, this citv, is on the pedcs lal again, anil all oilier ol Hie W lodges in (anada fiom (man to ocean, have been lieateii in tbe. amiu- arcoiiipelition tor Ilic silk .flag dtinat ed [or 111" gain in nicinliershlp in -the bnier in the year. What makes the niciubeis of the lo- cal lodge paiticulailj elated is tbp fact thai they won the Irst vial, and il wlielhct any other loilge in the Dominion seiscs Ilic Lellibridge record ot vvin- niiij; the (lag two ji'ars in snccpsslon. Pride of Alberta I.oilgp lias 851) mem- bers and ii of ttebe Coined (he older during Hie past jear, under tne ic- gimc of I'icsidcnl V T Robins, who is, district depiilj supreme pic- sident, will Hicscnl tile silk T n- lacl, Ibis jeai's ;o tic lodge tomunovv mocning, bcfoic thev go (ml on parade 11 is likelv SOE lodges will be soon al Blalimoic and Fernie. PACKED HOUSE AT PINCHER CREEK (Special to The Herald.) Pinclier Creek, Alia., June onol'a house heie was filled to the 'doors last night with a representa- tive audience of farmers and towns- people; to bear lion. Frank Oliver and Or Hark, M. P, advocate reclpiocit- and a widci ot tiade. The ad- draaws of each weit punctuated with applause by the large audience pres- ent. The gallery was occupied by la dies who appeared lo be greatlv !u- teresled In ihe addresses. Dr. War- nock, M, 'I'. P. occupied tbe, chair. The meeting closed with cheers for the King "'id recipiocity. HOUR SHOWER THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT; MORE RAIN NEEDED mirlil's, lam was bravv while it lasted, bill it (lid not last verj long Tbe precipitation rcifislPiod hcic vvas 13 inches The rain did good, bill liioie is needed, to pull the winter wheat ciop ilnougll ill main distncts I abcr got a slight fall of ram last niglit 'ili. niRl't bcfoic there was a shower in tbe south- cast of Hhclc, and it Mil a heap of good. Mngtalh distncl was ninth bcticfii- led In unit, null Milk Rnci ilistnct, also got the tanefit of an hour's; lain Our W.Miiel col respondent (J W .mined in fioiu this moimlig ami repoits Uo inches of rain m Idealilv Momlaj even- Hie ttt hail onh a shower (about i nub) bcie Mr l.acpy, irom Kec 12 1-15, said jcsletdij that (ben spring wheat is fine, and that the uli, allli..i.g'n in of lain, is not snnermg jet. Cirdtton Oita Rain Our C'arilslon currospoiidenl aaji. A fine Vodaj -hab cauicd ajl to wcai a much happier nnl lhal tins (iisllict lb suffering as, vet, but in oidci lo keep up Hie tap id growth of tbe last Iwo weeks, ran is a gieat, desideraluni Hie eilrllei of fall wheat are comirg mlo Ibe hoot and i splendid showing There will he ,111 abundance.of hav this vcar m Ihe lonllull couiiti) fiom ptcscnl mdica lions. Btil Woml relumed lodaj fiom. UK C'ocl.raiie countiv and is enthusiastic that dis to Hil tlie ciop prosiwcls in liitt iTimi Oleuwood .Spilng, the fall wheat is in evccllcut just in the plenti ol thus far lo gne a bumper tiop Mr Wood leaves foi Taber in Ihe. mol'nillg. "Theie vvas a verv heaM ram at labl said a farmer fiom Hie Ciardfn C'ltj reporlei this moinitig, jusi whal was innlr.1. lo a Herald "and it' was, br Clops were, beginning I" waul for'ram and now looks line once more lie also told him that Hauiioncl iicd wtUi a lew Oborn, who _ tor 'the ra'nch While ,er unsigned a compariabr.., riting with other" be deceased man waj ence to clear up" any myatary, had existed up to that jrtjt to the cause of his death. Sergeant Harper, who la Uoutts-ln charge of the detaclUMBt ;here, thought there" grounds to lead lo the" belief der had been'done, but tte finding