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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta When They Char Him With Ob- struction AND INSINCERI' In Opposing J -The Meeting Macleod (Special to' the I-Ieral Macleod, June Macr-it urday afternoon the stornfile i heairj uas not as boibterouf-he i downfa.ll-at night, but it steady Downpour, and prev holding of the U F p which Mr. Borden was to stJHie as.a consequence, tinder.the auspices of the live Association, 'in the j building .ivith a .seating cap 850; which [ully 4( (led fc thing con vas1 a successful gathering partly made up' pf delegatiifom towns surrounding, being outsiders As at L Mr. Borden was given a and full} half the meeting sympathizers Trade restriction and lifcna- diamsin was written m lajters across, the speeches at tnher- ings, restriction in leader declared against a for western produce Herald IXhbrldgt. Monday, June BIG RAILROAD Flilisf DIE TRAGEDIES OF LETHBRIDGE'S RECEPTION ..ftfcff.n w TORY LEAM DIDN'T SIR W. WHYTE MAY GO TO LONDON eld i diiniam-'bfcause fear was .that this.iCyuntrvi' does IK tinlitv or, stability ot ficient to withstand the scdjn fluencc of a prosperous To have freer tra the United States in the Mr. Bocricn.'could-have no suit than the absorption The Maoleod meeting had t 'th'f features. i-One was r, nifflcd feelings on the par; cr Harden and the other tion of- moral tear on thJ of Mr. John constitueiicy. Mr. Borden references'" in the adrtn Fream, speaking for the if to f obstruction and he made a heated and certaijcm- phaiic reply In Doubt Agal Mr Herron m spealunJncetl that he was. not m a ij to state what position he in reference to rociprocitj 'ould up his mind later 1 The contrast with the peak who' verbally clubb with all the at was pamfullj CMrtcnt is a popular and a likerj, bu the position taken at I die him .-jury Tlie electoJralh er see him take a dccidl than occupy the position Leader-Borden1 with oifiyey fng an expression of [t> to stand bv the oth er eye casting wistful ft the pleciorfi and asking "ul Mr, Herron'. knows in his riding are for but he hesitates to declarfr of tbe pact until his lea Mr Herron is apparc against a declaration f- to the position of hii Winnipeg, June knighthood bestowed on Vice President Wjiyto or the C. p. R, has ilse to a num her of rumors, one being that he will succeed Sir Daniel McMillan at Lieut-Governor next fall, when the latter may go to London as Lord High Commissioner. Quite anoth- er version is that Sir William Whyte himself is destined for the high commissionershlp, enjoying as he does the confi- deuce of all sections of the public. Kenneth' Mackenzie, the well known wholesale merchant here but now retir- refused the. lieutenant- governorship about a year 4 ago 'but might accept it now. 4 GIVES ITS SUPPORT To Lethbridge in Its Cam- paign for Dry Farm- ing Congress Otlaua Tune 2t> The gov ernor In council todav decld ed that the law shall Uke Its catirse in the case of Hake the Calsirj murderer uc will'be hanged toniorrow. HAULTAIN HAD NOTHING TO SAY The Dry Farming Congress it sure thing: for Lellibridge In Ifli Hilb is the opinion of 7 W McNkol, the energetic chairman of tho Farming Congress committee of the Board of Trade, since he received the lettei published belou flora he ofll ces of the'Great Northern Hallway, The Cleat Northern ot which J Hill Is the chief owner, and his 'on Louis W Hill is the president 1 the main support in of :tne Un Farming Congress It gives spec lal rates to the city of congress, .car- ries exhibits free from its territory Hlnle SerEt Harper in charLt of assists in the advertising, runs spec- it If. fc lal trains and many other defaohmenl Mount- sides putting up a good sum of money eil l'olicc' was coming up -on Satur- lo help defrav the expenses that the wereoill) gettms a few sausage began to act up The cook 1- Ihompson. saw that thej were go ting down upon him, and tried to koe order, be did until after suppe Seeing that ,ood piece of mtitto out of the question, the Gallcinn under the leadership of Mike Merk J ra.de a raid upon the cook H. closed the door to all the food, but the nontlng lau soon got him out, and gave him that they got hold of Poor I ,eSt for the Mounted Po- lice and they brought Jicrk and Holey lo the barracks, nhere they art nalt lnf for MjtL be promptlv transmitted to jou We recollect verv nell Indeed thai magnificent displav jou made at BUI (MORE SEAMEN GO OUT ON STRIKE Montnal June woman was killed d falilh injured and tuo others, Mistimed huris as a re- sult of a'hoiio hitched to a'double taking fught on the bridge be- twien Uiurltmange about noon cslitdij The woman killed was tmimlidnne Oumitte, 72 liars of age, f anil tin, man who "stained iitil injuries is Narcis.se Buere Mister Urtier, of Charlc- nnte He is in an unconscious con- ition in the Notre Dime Hospital ilTcnng from a fracture of the skull, wing to his advanced age no hope entertained'foe his-lecoverv. j Huerc was, rttlMng the horse from liarlcminy: to Mmsonneuvc, when mi horse took fright on the bridge. Bricre attempted to pull the animal up, lint when, he did this, one pf his runs btoke lhe horse then became unmanageable m the rushing across the bridge ind the buggj brush nl against one of the iron girders, and the occupants throvui out Gogain an electnci.ui 30 years ol age who emplojc'l ai jn oper- ator in the power house of the Elec- tric and H iter Co at Cole DCS iNeiRes received in electric shock wlllle at work eirly vesterdav mbrn- ng and died in an ambulance while icing rcmoied to the Rojal Victoria Hospital Gogain whose homeJwas n Vincouver B c was to have left he emploi of ttie Saraguaj Com- ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Opposition GOOD CROWD Calgarv, June Tucker, of the R. N. W. M. Police, for many sears sta tloned in the Calgary district, himself because. It Is "aid, sweetheart refused to see him at twelve-thirty. In thirty m the morning Luckily the shot onlj went through his arm, causing flesh wound His offence Is aggravated by the .fact that at the time of the occurrence was supposed to be keep- Ing night guard over John PIske, under nentcaca of death. TABER DISTRICT WEI1 SOAKED Rainfall There Wat; Very Heavy-Everybody (Special to the Herald) June 26-This town and di u ma [own and cis- an, this morning to enter that of Wet had the grestesl downpour m Us With four bullets in ne in his right hind history between Friday evening head and morning and Joseph o'clock Saturdaj afternoon, ac' in His Oppo- J j sition to Reciprocity Pact Despite the Inclemency of tbe awn- Inc there a number o( enthusiastic Lethbrldae, Taber and Cardston people at the depot to come Mr. Borden and party. As the special rounded the curre and" drew lip at the station midst1 [strains of the Cltlien's Band, all eyes were strained to catch a glimpse of the man who Is recognized the coun- try over as one of tie most prominent statesmen In the Dominion today There to meet him were Mayor Adams Aid Ooode, R. R prwl-, dent of the local Conservative As- sociation, about 50 others of the officers and members of that organiza tion. On his appearance upon the platform, three mighty cheers went up from of those crowding the platform, and after a brief hand- shake with the reception committee.' (the party escorted to the Aleian- dra'Hotel HersjjigJilBrnial reception was held in tfte pv-lors till 8, o'clock, sn4 a great many citbens advantage of to of Mr. Borrten and his colleafiiet. many of the prominent men from'' Ings In MOO and also 50111 at Spokane in 1910 and war i gresshe commniiitj should certain] be assisted in every way by MS LOTS OF RAIN AT PINCHER CREEK Pmcher Creek June 2n rain iaiii fall of Pndaj night was followed on iatllrdaj by a continued downpoill astlng well into Sundav moinmg As i result it is consideicd the acres mder cultivation have hid sufflclenH moisture for some time to come Thi weather has settled somewhat todav hosgh cloudy and uncertain. SOMEBODY SORE London Tune 35 correspondent f the Standard complains that the anadian and Austrilian officers been overlooked in coronation onors R. Pavldson, president of al resided ,t Night's Msetin, I.omlpn, June 28. The Sailoi 'Inke ulncli sicmcd all but ,etll last vnek auumcd in alariun pliase todav nhcn sevei.il thousaii i-s of fiims that have not nre the demands for mcrc.sed wage walked out Mote ,nen are now ru limn 'at any oilier lime since th Mnkc vvii railed Railm, emplovcc i sinipitliaic strike h go into cITcct t it is decided upon London Tune if -Another shipping trlke was launched today The un on workers on lt Lnerpoo, enerallv ohejed the ord( i to strike 46 ln federa on Shipping interests at Hull oolo Crandonmoiith and rivde found nemselves in similar plight en refuslne to hiudlo eooda from ederatlon ships be ween emplovers and emplovees have The tiouble began at Lher Pool, nhere strike leaders encourag ed by scores of seamen in obtainm confessions Issued a manifesto ordei Ing ill union workers emploved bv th federation to stop work .Amsterdam, Netherlands, .Tune 26 thousand deck hands struck to in sympathy with striking seamen Work ceased at all of the ships of the largest firm's. BANK CHANGE AT MEDICINE HAT Hat, June Napier, manager of the lo- cal branch of the Bank-of has resigned his position and will enter ness In .Medicine Hat. lie is J 'succeeded by J. F. Johnslone, T present manaeor at Port "ppe, Qnl. on be 33 veirs old was brought in- to the government regl'stra- o Nrotie Dame Hospital list evening PreciP'latlon, 193 Inches fell rom corner of St Christopher and tolal from 8 o'clock t Catharines street Jos Vail an- morning until 8 urt, Principal of a small business Corning i'.74 Urge, is held hv the police in con Fridliy efmlne otion with tin shooting Goullcomb.U montat 4 ipches Vallaneourt. o, St Law rence 6 ..et VallanMiirt. 01 St Lawrence! Th in the aiternooa and was in- L vilc-l to his room to drink- On (heir arrival there A -ilhncourt ictul strangeh and uoultcombe at- Icmpled to leave when Vallaneourt ilrevv a revolver ii.d shot at him A LOGGER KILLED Fernie June 24 -Murdoch Hacken le a logger In Ihe employ of the ast Koolena; Lumber Co at laffraj "He at work about all rone8 ollt He woods was helping to load a car he was struck bv a log falling rom the top of the deck and whet, t was lifted horn his bodv he wa, ead hav lne been killed instanth De- eased was a native of Prince Ruperi flooded nearly ev ery cellar t nobody seemed to mind as the rajn was Just what everjibody desired. An old air shaft of the Eureka mine caved in and the mine B. B. Tainter sold a section of land to American parties last week. The Masons, thirty tirme, held their first annual church parade to St. Theodore's church last Rev. Mr. Henderson, or Bow fsland preached. EMP'RE QUITE SAFE london Jmc 2G-Sir George Held "ting in the Daily Jiall hlle the present feeling of confl nece between the empire and colon I representatives remains we need ie no anxiety toncerning the rut e of tbe enormous and empire CHOSEN FRIENDS CHANCELLOR DEAD Ont, June 24 Bj-Alder man Fitzgerald, Grand Chancellor of the Chosen Friends, to which he was elected two weeks ago, died suddenly at midnight of typhoid fever. PAID DUTY AND GOT BETTER PRICE ol Southern Alberta, dls- ensslng freely with them the great of the day and speaking en. of the great crop throughout the country'through which they had passed on his tour.' The Meeting From the Alexandra the party pro- ceeded to the curllag rink, where m spite of the fears of some of tho party that would not be fifty present, they were greeted by a fairly large audience. The rink was decorated with mot- toes, bunting and flacs and presmted quite a pleasing appearance The Clt yens Band was In attendance On the platform were R R. David- son, preeident of tbe Lethbridge Con- servative Association, who presided K. L Borden, M. G H M P, Andrew Border, M. P., John Herron, M P, J G. H. Bergeron ex- P, Robt Patterson, U P. p. Macleod, Mayor Adams, AJd. Bage, Aid Goode and Ashcroft, A H.' Mc- Keown, Dr -Leech of Taber, L. g High River, Alberta, June 1C Mr, O. lioulus, at the Oliver reciprocity meeting here, of the local i. V. A., told of a settler coming to Canada who brought with him cods and equipment on which .'he was oinpdlrd to pay dntj Sim- Ply a fine of J.l.iOH coining to Canada, lie settled near the bound- grew a crop, sold his wheat or Hie American side and paid a dutv o 15'ccnts bushel, and fctill viasahea cenls ,1 hushel by doing io It il hi! mighty hard to convince men who had had such experiences that, protection .vvjs, a benefit and free trade an idle drenin. W MIMIeboro, HP for, North who who Mr. in his CARMANGAV WELL SOAKED (Special lo lhe Herald) Crirmangay, June naio MM heavy showers of rain here for lhe pest three days ,nd the moisture "HriJ- a foot In "owe, J H. Fleetwood, H. Scett, G U Hatch, H Macbeth, E. c McKensle. Wm Of Cardstoln, B.'fl. koyt J. F. Simpson, Hugh Boyd and others! In Introducing the tpeaken, R R Davidson, who acted in the capacity of chairman of the staled that he believed that he voiced the sentiments of the city and district n according Mr Borden a welcome In ur No section of tbe Domin- ion admires the honesty and Justice for which Mr. Borden iton than Sunny Southern Alberta, Ihs west, he said, loves broad minded, and big heailed men, and at that part of his speech he took occasion to re- mind the audience of another, C A. Magrath, member at Ottawa, tot this constituency, who Is of ttm brond minded, big hearted westerners In public life The Chairman here read a telegram from Mr. In London England, cipresslng his 're- gret at being unable to be present to welcome (he Conservative leader, and expressing further his explicit faith in him. us leader of tlie party. Fsrmsrs1 Mtmorial Before calling upon any. of the speakers of thu evening the chairman ntrodiiccil J. Gibson, of the lulled Farmers' Mr. Gibson said, "I Hm unsble to express iy regrets that owing to the v of Ihe weather no farmeis hs'.e een able to reach the elty to "meot Ir. Uorden. vVe had expected our (Continued on page ;