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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta n VOL. III. The Lethbridge Duly Herald 9r Lethbridge, Alberta. .June 27, 1910. WHERE THEY the Trainmen and Conductors, apparently concluded' that it Trainmen and C.P.R. Trying to Get To- gether Again Montreal, June coniii to a point where they must cither back up or''fight, the Canadian Pacific Railway and the representatives of liavy would be the. hotter part, of wisdom to take a second look at the proposition be- fore precipitating a conllict. After' cadi side announced that they had sent the other an -ultimatum, stating their acceptable 'minimum, they will come together again morn- ing, and there is a possibility that some way out of the thing will be arrived at, without loss of or injustice to'either.'side. While the position is still decidedly touchy, op- ponents are apparently sparring lor an opening with the idea that neither side wants a strike, or can afford one, while neither .TVants lo give way, j H is a position which would natural-i Brandon, June the first ly suggest compromise and tais season leading farmers ad- row's conference may pave the way nilt today that the scorching heat is AT P1NCHER IMncher Juno no serious1 complaints are being heard from farmers'regarding drought, thet'o is no question but that more rnoLs- iuix'. greatly enbanw the eon- ilition's of the crops throughout -the district, notwithstanding 'that the ildils ;of grain arc lonking cxceeding- ly well. Last Thursday this section cxpcriencwi a lieavv downpoiir Of rain of an hour's duration. The tempera- ture two or three days follow- ing dropped almost to thence to hot weather. Anxiety is being' felt about the hay crop, for which the district is famous. Old- timers assert they seen the water in the creek as low as it is now for a number of years, and re- ports come from the country that the small lakes arc drying up. CROPS DRYING UP Farmers Around Bran don Are Becoming Much Alarmed A CORRUPTION CHARGE IN SENATE House at Washington Startled by Sena- tor Gore Washington, D. C., state and house committees appointed for the purpose will go into the char- ges of bribery made dramatically yes- terday in the by Senator Gore, when he startled thai body by his statement that 'attempts were made to corrupt him with sinus ranging from to It is the under-, stand ing that the committee will get to work about August first in Okla- homa City.. This session of congress was prolific in investigations. The Btillinger.Inquiry came first, then the Lorimer -inquiry which is to begin September-10 in Chicago, and now jthe Gore investigation to begin a month earlier. PROMINENT WOOL BUYER LOOKING OVER SITUATION i-'atricK Cree, of Crawford, Cree Laurier Ltd., wool brokers of Glas- gow, Scotland, is .in the city dealing with the Southern Alberta Wool Grow- TOUR OVKJK to Nova "Back in Ontario in Eall Ottawa, June L. Bor.lcn con- cluded' his poli'ieal tour of Ontario Saturday at Finch, Etormont county. Fifteen hundred people were present, mostly farmers. He dealt with the tariff question. The Apposition leader goes to Nova Scotia Wednesday alter which he will make another' tour of Ontario in the fall. DR. DOLE DEAD St. John, N. B., June P. Dole, L.L. D., died Sunday night. He suffered a stroke of paralysis about a year and n hnif ago. to that. In any event Vice President I injury on the crops of this ers Association for the handling of Murdock of the Trainmen, who was i'district. conferring with Vice President-Berry of tho Conductors Brotherhood, suit- I was 07 with hotter wind Sunday's' temperature was hot-.wind. Today noon the cd this evening that their conference !tbtm ever- Prominent .farmers agree would probably decide whether nego-I'tllaL tlle heat" and'wind combined are tiat-ions were to proceed in. future thVland right out and the sit- a friendly basis or lead to open hos-! Uatiori is. .heeoniing alarming. Supt. lility. Murray of die Dominion Government As matters now slant! thevc is a! farm, says the crops are good deal of misconception between I nlong altogether too fast. One the company Leonard, of" ami the the men. Canadian J. W. i field of at the lurm is heading Pacific, thoush Ollly a'few stated to-day that the company still Ulere was no sign of such- premature adhered to its 'stand pat policy and i development. The growing crops are would stick to the 'adoption of the veiy badly in need of (la-VB> award of the hoard of conciliation said .Prominent notice to this, effect' having been 'farmers .arrived from the Restori to Murdoch'. Exactly the opposite district say the crops are suffering was made by Mr. Murdock estimate forty per cent. who said that the representatives of j alrea'ly drought. the men gathered from Mr. fl'om dislricts wcst of say the crops are looking fairly well letter, that' the company would be willing to pay the standard wages, of the territory, ami would give 'into all their demands. With such widely' divergent opinions as to the course of i the negotiations it is likely that! there will be plenty-'of ground lor cussiou at the conference to-riay, as the Canadian Pacific is j said Mr. Leonard, jttand exactly where we did beiove we j notified -the men, that we had at- i coined the finding of the board of j conciliation and were determined to stand by it. However, we notified the men that we were willing to pay as high wages as any other railroad j in the territory under similar comli-{ i inns oi mileage ciu'iiiitg employment, etc. It is largely a question of conditions pf employment. The men are ilcinatiding conditions which the company cannot and will not accept. We have not receded from this position at all, and still to the finding of the. concilia- tion board as the niiionui suitilion of the matter." J "That is not our understandii.u; of} the matter at said Mr. Mur-i doek. "We understand from Mr. j Leonard's hrttcr that the company j the standard i their clip. In company with Neil M. Scalker and John 1. Chipman, two of the most prominent South Alberta- sheepmen, he yesterday took an auio ride out to Chin Siding, thence to Steed's ranch in Kipp's Coulee, about sixty miles from. here and then back through New Dayton, visiting six or seven'sheep camps en route. Shear- ing is well under way and the clip is .one of the finest in the history of the industry in the. province. WOMEN FINED FOR SELLING LIQUOR Two women, Leyle Brandon und Kose Russell, keepers of places of ill repute, were -before Inspector West J.P. a: the police barracks on Satur- day on information laid by License Inspector Xiimnons, charged with sell- ing liquors without having licenses, but rain is badly needed. Successive They were each fined and costs, days of high temperature and wind QU dav Tnspector Kiin- are wearing down the crop as had a woman. Queenie Morris, evaporation is remarka'ble and mois- up at Taber ,before Justice of ture has been extracted to un alarm- ing depth, say experts. up at Taner ibetore Justice or Peace Beck on a similar charge, and she fined ?50 and costs. SMALL FIRE AT MIDLAND .Midland, OnL. June morn- ing fire was discovered in the Norman Tools and Bicycle shop, annexed to the Palace Roller rink. It looked at one time as if the entire block would be wined out. The brigade by splen- did work kept the business -blocks and residences on either side of tin- five- area from suffering to any ex- ANNEXATION IS THOUGHT OF British Admiral Has IDs ELECTED TO THE MACLEOD COUNCIL Vacancies Filled With- out Exams (Special to the Herald.) Macleod, Alta.. June Skeldiug and R. G.'MacDonnell were today olecind ro the vacant seats in the council by acclamation, H. tbe detriment of the iiromincnt coal and oil tituler in town. Mr. Brownlee. of Clarosholm, and settler from Great Britain and that delay of the dream of imperial unity. OFFICIALS OF NEW C P- R. DIVISION The people in North LeLhbridge arc getting anxious regarding their chanc- es for getting cement walks this summer. Before can be started on the walks, the wires have to be removed from nt tint v in the way, the old poles have to be j removed and then the street. .trrad ing! must be done. Some of the people on north side, speaking to the Her-! aid, said that as yet no move, had been made to get. any of these things done, and unless a start is made soon it will be fall before the walks are in with chances of their not being this year r.t all. There seems K> ho quite a feeling worked up on the matter ami there is talk of 'selling a movement started to vote against the by-laws being y j submit ted next month, as a against, the council's delav _ to "Washington lor Lite, on the IJencli, lie Says remarks after reviewing them spoke highly of the terial. both men and horses, the which he said could not be surpassed the wond over. characterized their ef- liciency and knowledge of the work womiertnl considering the short time they been urged, how- ever, the maintain-stricter oveF their men. General trench being known as a man of few words, his remarks were much appre ciateri by ail ranks. The Cardston Squadron, Rangers, which came back from Cal- gary on the same train as the battery left shortly after the train's arrival here over the A. R. L for Cardston LIBERAL CAMPAIGN FUND HAS BEEN REPLENISHED President actually urges him to try ja third term al Albany. It will be TUC i lilt mca had a conference at noon, at the close of. which the railwiy pople would make no statement. Tho nun gave it Jo be understood that Mu- conference was frnltless and "hn4. it was now a question for the Jen to decide" what'action fbev would AREA OF DESTRUCTION WAS VERY LIMITED -Moose Jaw. .Tune are f neither wire nor telephone connec- i tions w'.th the country devastated by I the tornado which is situated about I sixty .miles south of Moose .law and __ no funher news reached the city since OF AFFIHAVITQ Sahirday'cxcom thc bare "I ilu lion of details alrcany wired from a _ I farmer named Hingham, phoning from Winnipeg. June battle of to-a in u. would scertv however, that the hurri- cane and hail storm was confined to a very limited area, as TMnphnm. who lives but two sections distant from continues in Manitoba. In today's Free Press Horace Chevrier afior denying under oath the charge of F. P. offer to spn GOOD CROPS REPORTED EAST OF WARNER the, well known conn c-r, who is now putting in time on his i nomme to llm Prndhomme. re the alleged, irne KCcno of destruction, suffered hiter's brother a invites Prtid- 11 damage from neither, nor felt the of feots to any appreciable extent. Bing- ham further states that in all fifteen H sUUomem over j shacks and dwelling houses were dos- homes.ead. forty or fifty miles east WK signature when criminal libel ac-! troyed hv gale but fortunatolv ot Warner, was in tho .city today and stated that the crops in his neighbor- haad- are Booking fine. They had two whole days of rain in the middle of the week and everybody is looking forward to a f.iir Action is to all of them lion will bo instituted. is to all of them were umenanlod. their be taken, says Chevrier, against, the j owners bcJnc Telegram for publishing the Prud- hommo interview. Chevrier says he has no respect for Prudhomme, whom put in Mieir duties during the winter months. Further news respecting the injured is expeerec. to come I J, J. Scully, General Supt. Saskatche- wan Division Winnipeg, June following C. P. K. appointments in connection with rearrangements of western mile- age were announced J. J. Scul- ly, supt. at Mooso Jaw. gen- eral supt. of the new Saskatchewan division with headquarUrs at Moose Jaw; j. M. Cameron, at -Moose Jaw, is appointed assistant di- visional engineer: AT. Svort, district master, mechanic at C rant. rook, is ap- pointed master rhe new division at Moose Jaw. U. .Smart. Moose Jaw, i? appoint- ed car service agent of th. now divis- ion there. matter. DEATH OF MRS. WALLACE protest j a reaflirmation of tlie governor's in this 1'uprated declarations that nothing 'could induce him to run airain, and that he purposes, as he has -aniiounc- inl, to return in October and devote, Albany, N.V., am go- ug to Washington for life." This laiii Utatemenl, made by Governor Hughes nCreases Jn the Various Departments I lu his friends here, it is lieiicvw! f of the Budget be the ultimatuin to Col. Roosevelt j Condon, June if on Wednesday next the former iflllld of Liberal party is said to have boon filled to the extent of at least by seven peerages and 1-2 baronets. The Liberal war chest is therefore replenished for the gen- eral election, as there is to be an honor list in January. Lloyd-George introduces his second budget on Thursday, he -will hav.j more than "in the re- cord budget. Half of the increase will be needed for tlie navy, the estimate for winch amounts to Sl'OO.OOO.OOO against in. 1SOI) and in 1900. ROLLER WON FROM f CONNOLLY AT "WINNIPEG Winnipeg. June won in two straight falls from Pj; Connolly, TJie rionth'occurred suddenly, yrst'or-! the rcmaimler of bis c.ireri to day morning n? tho rositUrnce of intorpietation of hnv on son. H. Wallace, 4fi Argyle Avetme.j United States bench. of A. aged SI. Deaf.'-, j was due to heart failure. Mie deceased j lady being bale and hearty until within hours of her death. The funeral will be bol-.l ai i afiernoon from the residence on Ar- gyle Avenue ;o the publie cemetery.j Rer. A. M. Gordon, of Knox Church fho servk-e. The deceased Indy was the mother of J. H. Wallace, tho well known cat- tleman. .J. W. Wallace, proprietor of the poolroom and tobacco store on Round and Frnnk A. Wnllooe who is engaged :is a surveyor on t'io Si nils Alberta CO.'R irrigation the 5 he GOULDTHRITE The other increases in the bud-et IN NFW VflRlf t0 the exlonsio" of old age 111 Alljff I UlllY Pensions which is now imbedded in EDWARD BROWN ACCEPTS Winnipeg. June a Liberal convention, jnost over held in the city of Wiuni first -ith bar hold peg. last night. Edward l.alf Nelson .nanimo.usly choker Brown tbe Li Ottawa, .June Sherwood, commissioner of Dominion Police, left to-day for York. H is under- stood that ho has received communi- cations from the Now York police which point to the presence in that of .rio'iildthrito, the fugitive from superintendent oi stationery at tin; government printing bureau. It was impossible, however, to got any defi- movemonts. Albert Hanvood, chief accountant imbedded the Knglish politiait system and can never be reduced or uprooted: CANNERY BURNED NEAR VANCOUVER June late this afternoon destroyed the building and Ptonr, of the EagJc Harbor Packing Co. situated just above Point Atkinson on Uie sound ton miles from this city. Preparations were well advanced for the canning season which opens next, month. The loss is estimated at 000. partly insured. The company ;