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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta eLethbridee .VOL. n. LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, MARCH I, IfOt. NO. READY FOR HORSE WHIPPED SUNDAY Didn't''Takf Long power Springfield, ,111s., March A. Sunday, better known a "Hilly" Sunday, a former baaelal player who is now an evangelist wa horsewhipped tonight by a religious fanatic at thy Sunday Tabernacle where hi the presence of 800 people he was conducting the opening meet intr of a religious'revival meeting a hjsmn-wn's sung a powerfu man, who later said his name was Sherman Potts, sprang forward with a buggy whip and struck Sunday sev- eral ;terriffic blows. Sunday leapec from the platform and dashed his as- sailant to the floor in the centre aisij-. The audience was on the verge of a panic. Several men soon seized Potts and held him until policemen came and took him to jail. A SEA TRAGEDY Steamers Collide in the eaii and Go to Bottom Algiers; Feb. The mystery oi the identity of the sailing vessel .which was rammed by the Belgian steamer Australia, during on February near Albbran Island, in the Mediterranean, appears to be solved. foundered as a Tliere are lots of old established of the collision, but ten mem- Had a Good Time and Benefited By Trip Mayor Henderson, Mrs. -Henderson and Miss Henderson, arrived home safely Saturday night. When the Her- ald reporter saw the mayor this morning he expressed by word and look the great pleasure he had in getting home. He says he had a good time and feels mneh benefited by the trip. Regarding things municipal, the mayor said that he had kept his eyes open aud had got several good ideas. m the old: countries that away behind us, said tne tmd off a small if the people could .see how txl the German steamer Libera they .are getting ;al'ing they would -thi'-ik that -Lethbridge- k being well ..looked after. British money is .loos- ening up -for municipal purposes .and there will no difficulty-in selling CanadJan debentures in British mar. The mayor .seemed in 'a" hurry as he thought he had a -lot %of work to do. said, '-'must get .down, to work and all pull "together to.--mike it a fine city." of the crew of thVAustralia who were pick- lef Libera Until Boundary of Country District The boundaries of the Lethbridge county district according to the new redistribution 'bill are as follows: Commencing at and brought to Algiers. no -word of the fate of., the sailing yes, sel had been received. The steamer Austria, however, which arrived this morning, --reports .having sighted :a drifting ship's boat between Cape and Hibias Island, off :the Feb. 27, on which: was Painted the name, "Condor, Lon- AN ARMY OF ENGINEERS IN CITY Await Award Of Con- tract For Power Plant THEATRE IN THE CHURCH Georgia Church to Have Its Own Produce Own Plays Undor the Pastor There is an army of electrical en- gine firms in the city in anticipation ;f the opening tenders at the City Council .tonight. The tenders are iu whole new plant including engines, buildings and all apparatus. It is expected the tenders will run ;ver -the hundred thousand dollar the intersection of the meridian line between .ranges 2'A and 25, west of the 4th meridiait with the Bow River; thence south. along the Said, meridian line between ranges 2'I and 25 to the east comer of township 19, range 25, west of the 4th meridian, thence east 'along the north, boundary of the 19th, townships to the north .cast corner of township 19, range 23, :.west- of the 4th meridian; thence south along the meridian line between, rang- and 23, west of the 4th merid- 5iuf to- .the Belly Kiver; thence soutk- v the Belly Biver the mputh. of -the St. ifary's Biver, thence up along the St. Mary's River intei'section with the northerly boundary' of township 3, range 23, west of the 4th meridian, thence east along the "north "boundary of the 5th i townships to the northeast comer of townships 5. range 11, west of the 4th meridian; thence north along the .In, the boat were five bodies in an advanced, state of decomposition, of which slid into the sea as the steamer approached.- The .boat was half swaniped and had tattered sat! The state of the bodies indicated that the men had been dead at least ten JEFFRIES TO FIGHT JOHNSON Will Try to firing Championship back to White Race Omaha, Neb., 'Mar. Jeffries has decided to make a match with Jack Johnson, the negro, chainpio heavyweight fiffhter. Jeffries was Omaha last night on his way to York to fill a twenty weeks' theatri cal engagement. He saJd to a sporting editor, .will arrange to meet-Johnson as soon as any engagement is over. I feel ob- ligated to the spotting public to a least make -effort to reclaim th heavyweight championship for the whito race. I was through 'fighting line- fcetween-ranges 10 and >f the meridian, to the north easIT corner oC -township 14, range lX west of the 4tb meridian; thence, the northern boun- dary of-township 14 to their inter- section .with the Bow thence up stream, following the Bow river to the point of commencement, except- ing therefrom and thereout the City of Lethbridge as incorporated -and the Village of' Stafford. Won't Alter Compensation Act Edmonton, March Thursday a deputation of the employers of la- bor, headed by Jno. Water, S. and Jno. Macdouald, waited uoon Premier Butherford and C. W.' Cross at ihe. government offices for the purpose of ascertaining from the povenunent whether any .de- cision had _ made as -to making until Johnson butted into first place but as long as I have not been de- feated I think it _is than right that I should step into the ring again demonstrate that a white man is kino- of them." Chicago, March J Jef friea, upon his arrival in Chicago to day declared that had authodzec Tio one to cabinet will be made on March when he sends the names of the men lie has selected to, the Senate for defoxite what as infomation Is iiow being got .from an expjeriencecl in England "up- on accident insurance and the govern- ment is seeking to obtain a consider- able reduction. of accident insurance -rates fnfthis province. sufficient' data has been ob- tained the government will later cou- BOUND TO RUN- March Gbewr. who made way 1br Sir Wilfrid ILaurier at the general elections says he- will be a candidate for this -election against convention, chooses. sidpe whether" it advisable that the province handle the accident insurance, The Compensation act will at present, as it stands on the statute books. .dows in tha Palmer House and two adjoining Buildings no damage was STORY Buoy Alirmtd Red, Men Pacific Victoria, Feb. light house tender Quadara, which returned -to- day from a cruise to Northern Light- houses, reports an Indian ehost story in many villages re the whistling buoy "which haV been missing fiotn.tbe Senthouse Shoal, behind the joefs and Nicholls Bay. Early in January eight Indians, three TFOmerr children, were in id' -umall schooner n the reefs at Prince of Wales Wand, wbeiv bound from Skid-jgate the triain line aad-a Jn-lians. went to lacy r.uidc a camp near the wreck of the schooner. At dusk when prolonged louder tfctm -couid >be made by any human were heard beyond the LIGHTING MACHINE EXPLODED Kiclunnnd Hill Ont., March A carbide gas machine used for lighting the Palmer House exploded this morning Outside of breaking win- Cecil B. Smith, the eminent eDgin- er. has been the city's consult- engineer on matters- is connection ivith the electric plant, 'e-on the local.'this evening the Council meeting .Firhjs. from two continents are ten- eirinjr on -the work and have repre- entatives in .the city looking after their interests. Amons others present are E-. G. of -the Canada 'Ge'ne'ral.-.-Electric of'--Toronto ami Peterbor-r; W. Boss, of "Goldie Mc- Culloch, GalL, Oont.; W. E. Murphy of Allis-Chahners-Bullock Co., -Mont .'eal, J. C. Huffman of the Westing Co. whose Canadian works are at Haiuilt >n; of the Belliss Go., Birmingham Eng-.; J. F. Porter of the ffineerinsr ;Co.. of Amherst, N. H. W Waller of Babcock Wilcox of London and Glasgow. The" lasl named gentleman has befen success- ful recently in securing the contracts for the extensions to the Calgary anc Edmonton plants, and for the boil- ers at the -Tjo. "shaft and for.''the'..Ai E. I, Co., as well as. new central- plant at McGill TJniversity The finn a few days aco received an for the horse power boilers for a new battleship for the British navy The stup is a sister ship to the Indomitable. The firm has -supplied'.boilers', for several bat- tleships for the" British navy. Atlanta, Ga.y Kt-b. TJniver- sulist Church, one of the largest in this, city, is now about to establish its own theatre and its .own plays. The movement was begun by the pas- tor, the-Rev: E. Dean- "Ellehwood. "The Servant-4a will be presented first. The whole ground floor of the church is being converted into a theatre with, stage, curtain, foot- lights, scenery, and all. The pastor explained his, reasons for all this as "Contrary: to the recent pulpit ut- terances, .the theatre has had among all civilians a distinctly religious ori- giu and today of great moral good. In England the first plays were by the churches for the purpose of enforc- ing scriptural teaching and of quick- ening the popular conscience. They were called morality plays, and still impressive dramas I as "Every- "1 should not for a moment deuy that in some 'instances the present .day-theatrical productions have harm in them, but" it--is equally true that present day religious exercises have should not for that reason wish to abolish religion or the church nor- would I wish for son to wipe :out the institution of the NO TRACE OF MURDERER OF GIRL The Hamilton Police Working Hard But Can't Locate Man Pharmacists Ask Suppression of Sal of Toronto, Feb. Ontari j Pharmacists will again press the G-o i crument for some action in the wa I of assistance to suppress the .sale j noxious drugs. and prosecuting; those I who violate the laws. Members the pharmaceutical association nav (drawn the attention'- of the Govern incut-to the fact that Jorge amounts of money-are spent enforcing the liquor license law .while those who of i'.fend, against the Pharmacy Act do s with practical impunity. They hav impressed upon the Government tha the fiends" axe increasing a an alarming that Liie habit much more destructive to. physique and morals than the liquor habit eve was even in its worst stages. MAKING TREATY PUBLIC theatre." Teddy to Hunt in the West Man., March spec- ial from" Washington says: "Consul General Jones of Winnipeg, had .an audience with President Boosevelt to- dflv and.extended hint an Invitation to n big game hunt in Manitoba, this voar.: The President listened atten- tively to the ..Consul General's enthus mstic description of the big eame and wonders of Western Canada andTsaid nothing would give him ereater plea- sure than to Winnipeg and a chance, to Jiunt in. the Great-West The President takes a lively interest in the development of Western Can da would appreciate an opportun- o visii mm AFTER MONEY FOR Mil Hamilton. Ont., March Thefun- eral of Miss Ethel Kinrade. who was! ondon Times Makes Comment on shot and killed in her father's house j Action by an unknown person on Thursday j London, March Regarding the afternoon was' held yesterday after- Question of publication of .waterways .noon. Between peo-.' :the- Times says that if the pie turned out to witness the sad! Canadian government bad desired to and police reserves were requir- mzke text officially accessible to Par- keep the crowd in check. There! liamerrt and at ..-Ottawa, there is nothing new in the case outside the? was so far as is: known ho constitu- statement that the revolver used was' tional barriei' to prevent their insert- a "32 calibre. provisions to that effect in thajt Hamilton, Ont., Feb. 28 before it was signed. In case cial Detective Miller agrees with the'01 with United States, members of the local force that the' where publicity before ratification is motive for the murder of Miss Ethel] rendered unavoidable by requirements Kinrade was not robber-- He said: i of constitution, there are undoubtedly "The police have onlv a poor descrip- grounds to justify course, tion-of the alleged murderer to wocki. is obvious that on. one thousand in the1 m tne Ca53e .treaties not concerned cifri-. j solely with local interests develop- .Hamilton, Ont. March nt of such a Practice in case of one tives are still as far off from finding may largely effect other the solution oi the Kinrade murder of tne emPire- It suggests that as ever. There are of course all sorts' m xis issues the question is Imperial conference MR. CROSS TO FRIDAY At Meetings At Ray- mond and Stir- ling Hon. C. W. Cross, the able attorney general of Alberta will ad- dress two public meetings in Leth bridge district one on Friday: after- noon at Raymond and the other Fri- day evening'at Stirling. On Satur- day he is billed to speak1 at Clares- holm. The electors should make" it a point o be present at these "meetings and hear Mr. ecbrd of -I If They Get Will Enter The League It a meet- ig of_ tlie.: fans with representatives of Bran- ori., Edmonton, "Medicine Hat- and Lethbridge. present, it was decided to put a team into the All- Canada League if the financial end could be satisfactorily A committee of six was appointed interview the business men of the city and it is likely a joint stock company will 'be oigainzed to Tiandle the money Everything plants to the local of sensational rumors afloat but apart one from, renewed expression of confidence mav elevote some of police that, murderer will be found, I nothing has conie fronrthem. 'j CAUGHT ON THE FLY Detective Miller, who is working on Some comments on the Herald's" the case, interviewed I 'oience publicity number as heard from men -Kinrade this mgrraag. Lie f.-unn the street? m a most nervous lOiuhtioii. She' M. thing ever gets more mixed evj.-v day in storii's' oduced m but she repeated this morning that Ex-Aid. most she called to Ethel to lock in! creditable number, a credit to the her room when s-l-r saw uie m-uierer.' Herald_ and to the WILL BUILD FINE'HOME ;Man., March' _........------_ _ u Uonlon, the cattle king and head of paper all throush and would be a the firm of Gordon, Ironsides Far- credit to any town of this size es, will build a hundred thousand; G. C. best turned dollar residence here this summer out in district. Beats all pre_ which be the finest m the West, vious publicity numbers." A. dandy paper. Fine .cuts. Iliffeient from 'borne..others I oss' presentation of the liutherford jfovernment. "freedom- life ,loapri EATH OR FREEDOM March At-' serving a life sentence rder of William Marsh millionaire, left Sing o appear before the ap- -or we Supreme Court a writ of habeas cbr- oped to argue his own. that he either deserv, elective chair or his commutation to nt illegal. _ Minimum Salary For The Sheriffs W E. is the -best pa- jper I have seen for many a year." i Ex-Aid is a good Stop Remainder Of The Lectures could T E mighty, fine thing The Herald it, to be compli- the yrts a professional _ball team 'and Moose Jaw has also agreed o entei, Representative Edmonton tatel that unlep- Rfegioa and Moose "aw went into the game an Alberta Jeague would be formed. Arrange- nents are being made for opening the at Regina on May 15th NEGRO MURDERERS A great credit to Herald. A. H. dandv." MONTANA PIONEER DEAD Feb. P. Feb. .28.-rrO.wihg to the. controversy over Rev. Hr Jackson's! views on the book -of genesis pro-1 pounded m a lecture before the y.M.' lo be the most.pictur- C.A., the two remaining lectures toi esci'ua of a11 the pioneers of the state, be delivered bv Rev. Dr. Crummy and f and known all over Montana as Gov- Prof. ifacFadyen have been cancelled ernor JBrooks, died at St. Joseph's by "the Y.M.C.A. directors. Bon. S, Tl" "f VQ H. Blake who wrote a protest, stated hospital last at the age of 73. He was a German by birth, and canu, today that he was pleased with the1 to Montana'm 1865, locating- in Beer He soon removed John, to Last directors' action, as the lectures i countv. .struck at the foundation of the Y.3JL i Wlth Ms Ohio Scene of Five Brutal ioscopic theory. C A. He couM not agree to giving iip the. Bible for any scientific" 'kaled- Deeds QUEBEC'S TORY LEADER Quebec, Mai-eh M. Tellier, M. I P. for Jqliet, will assume the lead- er-ship of tlie Oppotsirion, in. the forth- coming legislature in place of P. E. Leblane, defeated at the last election. WONT GIVE PROHIBITION March. Provin- cial government refused the petition of the New Brunswick temperance faction asking for'prohibitionTin. New Brunswick "LUCKY" !S DEAD Los March, J, Baldwin died hxJme t on Baldwmts jinoh today after an illness oi several weeks. He ivas 81 years of age. _ .MURDER AND SUICIDE Pittsburg -Pa., March E. cap tain of a fire company who yesterday -murderously assaulted tfrs. ".Annav Baxter with a razor and hen seriously cut himself coimnitted uicide by jumping from loor window of the Pit-tsburg hospi- today. Des Koines, Feb Dunken.{ BRYAN GOING ON THE STAGE? i -Dramatize a negro, confessed slayer of. Clara Rosen at Olturmva, on Feb. 5th-, :was brought. to Des Moines today by Sheriff Gmffin from -Vlbion. The pri- soner was placed in -jail safe keeping and feeling runs high inj Mission, TLX Feb. Chance and immediately became one cif the- conspicuous figures in that camp. The brother placer mined at the foot of the Drum tummcmy which vears later vielded millions to Thom- as Cruse. Later the governor went to Fort Bentoh, where he was the In- Toronto, March given of the government's to increase the remuneration of sher- iffs in many parts of the province by fixing the minimum at per vear. Hon J. J. Foy has given no- tice "of the following resolution, the blanks in which will be filled in, later. "That, where it appears by" a return to the lieut.-Governor or to any de- partment of the Government that in any year a sheriH not paid or in part by salary has derived from the fees and emoluments 'of his office after deducting necessary duburae- v ments an. income attending piysicians maintain that the suspension of audiences was brought chiefly because of li .arseness, but they expect that His Holiness, will be entirely _iecovered in a Jew-.days. Ottawa, Feb, The challenge for tfce Stanley Cup.dtroro the Shamrocks of Winnipeg, has accepted, the trustees bciriff satisfied with the list of players .sent in by that team. There are .ten .players, on the list seat in and they are vouched for by the secretary of the Manitoba League and -Shamrock Club. The trustees wfll order the first cup ame either JKarch "8 or 9 and the second a couple of later. decided not to press thfcir challenirc this year but the trust ecs will the challenfo of; the The Jndians launched the canoes and] Gait-Club as all the come Un- fled m fright and the tale of the! the ruling of the trustees Accept that whistled moaned ter-foaf and the club is willing: to ijrop riWy I0ud was-toH in every northern th's the When tile OoadAra towed the Asx thc ShMnrocks are now m Ed- monton where thty play thc series of two for the Fit Reform can tonight, it is hardly ly they can advantaffe of op- w.ere laid. PAINTER Feb. Alex Stevenson, painter, thirty of CHOOSING NEW CABINET St. Johns, new cabinet for Newfound-dad is be announced before next Thursday and is formed Sir Edward Mor- ijs. the Opposition leader in-succes- sion to the Bond Government which resisned Feb. 25- ATTACKED FlRE CNIEF Peterhoro, Ont., jiietj Thos. Craig and Chapman are under aro-est charged with assaulting: Chief Grange. It is. stated It hat the .men had been drinkirfg arid" attacked Grange because he Jiadvre- port-ed them for being late for duiy. V SENTENCED TO DEATH Sf. Petersburg, man named "Avatinoff -was today sentenc- ed by a court martial to death on -the technical of haying tried to kill; an officer and resisting arrests- Avatinoff was arrested at-.... Pondery, last November. few minutes before) the train bearintr the Dowager Em- press of Russia, passed tbrvmgh. on thc vfsy from Copenhagen to St. Pet. ersburg. He was acting suspiciously and the allegation was made ihat M concerned in a plot agaihtt the Montreal., P.Q., March tibn season will open with a rush-this week and according to present indica- previous year. sprincr has not tlons it looKs as if inore-lmniitfrants labor at Victoria will -pass through Montreal during about; the corninjr. week tho.t durnur corres-j. ________ Ponding-periods of "Considering1 that opened up it certainly .looks-as -though we are eromjr to busy year- 'in immigration said Mr. Bobert Kerr. passenger traffic of the C.P.R., this morn- 'Bff-. instance the Empress of Ireland, due at Halifax next Thurs- STEAMER FOR NORTH .Vancouver; B. March steamboats, one for Messrs. Foley, Welsh and Stewart railway contrac- tors, and" others for the "the Grand Trunk Pacific railway service1 on tfie Skeena river, will be built by day Lake Hotel, Mr. UndetnLc'J has been a citir-en >f Letahri ige for several He luarae; dale hotel for a always proved most capable and ob- As a citizen he has had great faith m "Lethbridee and" Southern Alr oerta has been. a the j time. G-rassey Lake is gettiBg a live j citizen. 1 Winnipeg Free law there were few instances -where the fees did "not greatly exceed out-there gnat fallinc- m this .respect. The Gpvernmentjpro to raise the minimum to, f but the to bring forth" fees be abolished; be put on LONG certain terday from Glace record in WIRELESS Tower yes-- wireless message s S. This is a wireless telegraphy. Are Bent On Public Ownership Winnipeg, Man., March in- ter-Provincjal Council of Farmers As- sociation of Saskatchewan and Alberta has submitted reply to a statement of the premiers of the three provinces, recently- issued, in answer to petition for the establishment- of government ownership of elevators.. The renly sets forth that the Asso- and ciation cannot accept as reasonable the difficulties outlined by the govern rnent as being in the way of inaugu- wilt cost A CENTU RY OLD BIBLE Washington, D. C., Feb. Wm. H... Taft. will. take- the oath of office- AS president of the United States on Thursday on the century old- bible which belongs lo the United States ____t Press: Mrs. .H. T. j Roslyn: Road, entertained at the tea hour Tuesday aiternoon in honor of her guesti, CMiss Belcher, of Among the guests were: Mrs. R. Douglas. Miss Ritchie, Miss: Wiener, Mrjs. Conde. Mrs. T. F. Jackson Miss Carmi- chaeh Miss Miss Pingle.'Mrs. O'DonnelU Miss Duncan and a few others. Supreme Coiii-t by it kept in night, is >f whom 762 sacred custody. During the past- few j days there have been many: offers of j steerage our other boats _ arc proportionately well "Advices from he', added, "iriade evident that there was eoinir to be a bic: rush of new settlers, in addition to immigrants. We look for larfle traffic in people who have (rone to Europe for thfe xvmter. Altogether passenger traffic projects are exceed- brisk." 1217 passen- bibles to "the prospective president j yvnrl tj rt' lln-i! 4-rv vArtACwvW No Date for Meeting Fixed ration, of cro'vernment system. Association cannot interpret consti- tution as beins prohibitive of inaujru- ration of government owned and- oper- ated elevators "and suctresfs that the same powers and, which make it possible for private interests to own and .operate elevators, are open to governments. It concludes ,by statinjf chat it is the hope of the, association that, as there art- no constitutional or legis- lative obstacles in the way. plans for Uie inauguration of Rovernment-owned system of elevators will be provided as soon-as financial arrangements can be made. He has not- decliried to receive but his answer has been it would be impossible for him to receive them for" the CUSTOM'S RECEIPTS INCREASE Business in is on the boiiad judging from the custohis re- ceipts "which for February were 110.- 223.59, ;as compared with for the same month last an-in- creaso of nearly one hundred per age committed wricide Pam-frecn today. by portumty to play for Stanley jfie of her majesty n the court pro taking j Cup at not so early from, today. a wertrj ceedings, however, no mention of A was riade. I HOMESTEAD ENTRIES During February there were 312 ent-ries madia at the Do- minion Xand office at Lethbridge. Of these 116 were for pre-emptions, 3 for parchased- and the bal- ance for ordinary homesteads. BUILDING PERMITS The following building permits were issued on The C.P.R" officials here.have been .told to expect the Board of Railway Commissioners, here this week. other official word has come as No to the exact date. It is said that the Taber coal men are coming up loaded H. D. Hopkins, additions to, resi- with numerous complaints regarding v freight rates on The meeting will likely be a most interesting ses- North Ward, Scabold frame' residence. North Ward, 3rown. frame stable, Argyle Avf.. K. Leek, frame dwelling. London! Road, .51.200; DRAW COLOR LINE River, Ont., Mar. of employment of colored ''school Brown. frame dwelling, i teacher, only two or'three .white', chill North Ward, ;.dren out of a, total enrollmeat -of 20 are now in attendance at one of 'the The whites say thai if LEVEL CROSSING FATALITY x Montreal. Ft-b level they will start a crossing fatelia> occurred here on Sat-, urday night when Mrs. .Toseph Lec- cilier was killed by the Trnnk CHILD BADLY BURNED Express. The accident occurred at, Bran Word. Ortt. March Three the St. Phillip St crossing, one of .John Flaverty was b'adlv the most dangerous in the city The Durnw by a celluloid comb which woman was instantly killed crushed to death. caught fire while he was playing with it. SENSATION IN TORONTO Rev. Dr. Attack on Rev. Jackson, of Sherbourne St. Church Toronto, Ont, Feb. attack by Rev Dr. Carman, general superin- tendent of the Methoclist Church of Canada upon Rev. George Jackson of Sherboune St. Methodist church has caused a tremendous sensation in the cityl n reply to Dr. Carman in the Globe today, Mr. Jackson says he regrets the terms of contempt which the general superintendent has chosen to refer to him in referenced Ms. call to Shorbourne gt. Church, ot this city. Jf he had been some poor clerical vagrant piteously knocking at the of Canadian Methodism, he the language might have been pardon- ed, but, "Does not Dr. Carman Inow that for eighteen ysaw I had in IMJn- burgh a suitable and honorable posi- tion under the British- Wesleywr Me- thodist conference and ft was only at the call of the Shertxwrae. 8t. church confirmed by the action of the Toronto conference that I to this city.' ;