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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volnnift TV. Li'thbrl11. Number 70 - TAFT CALLS AN EXTRA SESSION OF CON m RECIPROCITY BILL DIDN'T GO THROUGH LETHBRIDGE DEBATERS WIN TWO BODIES SLICE UP WORK President Decides to Summon Another Session of Congress Big Districts Are Apart in Eastern Alberta Set!' NO OVERLAPPING WaMhiiiMKin. Ahinli �).-President Tnl'i :il I J.1)7 .-ni-iHiiincfil iliai iliiB afternoon lie w(iiil(l isf-uc luH liill Inr an eviru m?3bi(ni oi i'on,i?n>ns. Tin' date is not yet lixfd. 'I'hc. Prc-siili'iii is I unsidfiiuy .Marili UX 01- April �]. Trade Agreement With U. S. Only a Minor Matter Large Territory Divided by Methodists and Presbyterian BIGGER THINGS  ^^^ I Opening of the Great Lakes for All Ocean (Ppnoial to thr Heruidj. Mrrticinp Kal, Marcli I -' Vmiinit tcs ot' flic Methmiisl atid I'l fsln i frian rlHurlieK coinposod ui' Snpi. m \lis-| VKiMK Rpjd. inr thr l'n'sb\Icrian i church, Siiporintcndrnl Hiiclianai] ICi en i ii;r W .i.-^ii iMilonl Mjr. 1 ---iMKit iir-('lf(.'; nxfiui, i>\ .M ic). ii:ari, sprain^ a t rr-i,!i'iiuu!i-, tiirpn^i- npciii il.c ffiii; t rv lull,!' ii; i-Miiiiccl It HI \\iili ihi' c.ina-lii.iii if.-ipri.cin auii'Ciiii'ii! \lli'i a ri.iisiil; ,1 i 1"|) Willi r'rc^idtTi I 'I'ait latr i.: .1 ML 111 V.I- ;' >ila\ aiilinuiii.Til t lia t 111!'. Iiadf a,i;i irii,r.HH ptinlisli^s ilH! fullowinf,' i,; i, r" ""l>i I- '-vln .n,i t !� flat disliicl was riivKl-itrom lion, c'liffoni Sil'ion. 'In >o:iri ''"I'''' ""' ' �'-il'i^fs and Can- fid hiMwBPii Ihf iwu diMiiiiniiialions i| issue uf Man-h L' I obsr-rvr an erliiorial ' ' i"" H"- a^i ri';,..s,i prcvonl overlHPPnic and larililat,- tli.i'" "-"'^'h ""' luHowii^ �,rds ocmu, >vnu!d 1,,. ..,,p.,-ll add H. I'In Dilinr words, sincp IMiT lion. Cli'-, inciiis. ' U' s.iid. "liic iipi-niiic; nf ilu' liiianoial niK-ratP.n m th.-s,- la-Ids. ^ ^ifr,,,, i,.,,,,. , ,,.,,,,,,.,,,-; (i,.-,,: I.;.k,.s t, Iho s^a Uu" vrssrls oi The I'ollowinp; divis-ion .it the Irrri-jiT, and I'l.-i polhi'al ^.y.vriM],^ torv WHB aurpLMl iipnn In iln- r.'i.ip-,""' t'lou'lfl. .i' as pnliil,-al visum ot Hciil,at.ivoK uf bdlli I'irirr-Ivs ''''i'' o'uscirerl ' lifkis ut'ifi LakiMi lip heiiirniiiK �(\illi' 'Von lia\e ia.-i-n l!lisil!Ull�nl^'d. 'I'ln-llir iMSI pan i.i' Ihi- dl-lnil, ii,,r t ti i .i i '3 fn'uc.;.. ininrroM. I : -i , , , i II an:ilnr|iir-r. 1 hav,. r,,, pi � til. railrcad and r.ver. ;, M,ai,n-K.| urinu an,l n, Tlir lirsl ilivisiiiii tDiapi isrd all that wa\ iliai ctn |i'>i-^ihly [,f. :iiTr"-:r| ii\ *asi part �{ tlic pmMiu-,. alipiii: llic '"''il' policy. \\\ pnliticnl -v>-v- ,, , ,, , , iiaclet liavp noi 1 e , iMarch 1. - The fourteen-year-old son of .loseph Maars, of Three Candidates Placed in Nomination and Three TO KILL A MAN Ballots Taken At the adjourned annual meetlngof the Board of Ti-ade last night J. L. Munwaring was elected secretary over J. \V. Mc.NTcol, who has held the po- Warner, .Alta.. who has been missinn CraZy FelloW Who Claims "'"o" the past two years, and-G. since last December, was located in ' t3_ Fleming. i CalKary yesterday as a result ot the Rnbp Wadrl*�ll There were in all, three ballots. Firat publicil ion ti\ the story of his disap- the Pitcher Fielding's Story of Can-ada's Surplus Will be ' Wonderful aiu si/c Ti.i:; is the vwis ni.ide pub he in III.' lor::i ... ,, i cm .! �! 11. .ii liiiro-; � Wonrlpr'-llI ""� .vc^lenl.iv and (iuccd 111 tit|. Innise io,|a\ a^kini; ; VVOnaeiUU ^^^^^^ ^ |t.|i,.r iniinedialcd) , ;.;'Mnc: par neLoii, with lor ihc iiu-. Ouawa, .March l.-Whev. Hon. \\\ S. Ueiilars Th'-re is now ihi doulit of pi' .'� c;ii> i 1 .�i.i! i iir opriiine of 111.' St. i-'i.-ldini; malo.-, his biidgel spr. i h next the iilcniiiy of Maars. I..ia i en. ! U i-lLind c.iimI roulc Uuni inoiilh he will have a wonderfully sat- .Since ihe niiildle of n"e."n'nr. ,)o.s- eph Maars has li'.,"-i seire'in lor !rs son r"'d adverl'sed f. r Ww h-w to be Rube Waddell , , . . a nomiuating ballot was taken the vote;: pearaiie.e in the Lethbridge Herald. Piichcr *elng Manwarlng 4D, McNlcol 37, and The hov has been iii the Calii;arv *� Fleming 37. As McXicol and FlemlnB.^ Cliildreirs Home under the protection ^""ueapolia, March 4.-Authorllie8 ^'ed, a Becond nominating ballot Was ^ 01 Ihc fhildreii's Aid Soe-.etv since Fergus Falls, Minn., today captur- Vn^'o' \T J !" ^'ff' ^c- : ,, J , ,, , , , , . '^'cQl 4U, and Fleming 34. In the. J^' ^'^^ va!ked from Winnipeg and was hotid- Man waring received 75 voles, antf i*0-',4^ (ar\, happened lo read the Herald im f'd for Minneapolis, wUh the Idea of ^'Icol -18. '-'''.v^ Thiiisda> and iniinedialely came to �al.iii" ihc life of a newspaper man ^" '�'^'h nnminating ballots the-'tOr; the conclii.sion thai lost hov spoken of was the boy who been in the home here for nearly three iiionlhs. .,-i,,-., , . ... 1,1 ,. , M -r. '�>' ^o'e cast was 119, and in the-fllisl, Miose niime he wo dd not tell. The |o.^ man p.avr hi. name a.s i:iibr-n XS'addell. ''Vh,; meeting was without douht the a ha'(.��all j.i' her. and sslj he had larpesj, meellii.c; ot Ihe hoard ever hPjd � frjpi ihp Caioidiin city. The upwards of K'O meirhers be'ng prea- onl. Till kpoii' t i'lterest in the elrc- M'c ilic.ii l.,.kis lit I hi' sea. and the .�^faetory sl'ii-;. of financial adminis-,i.,,,l,i ,||,,n liic president to traiion lo ; resent lo the eo;'niry. I aliada in Acrordiii'..: to ihe present indlca'i I ellrrihi Ihe ."lurpl o' r.' .'e :e over all e ; en-.'inive o:i d �e li: �:,:od fund ac. o^.irl \'- lie ..liborhood of .5^".-f.e.iioD.uuU ahead of lasi to () s.ime 1 oiie I he I '!> :i; cif Ciliiir)- anil I la erntn.'ni anl '�enia. M n.-'inni.ui from Medicine Hat on the notlli .-lile ..f tln^ .'-^askatel'.eu an inei. wcsieih to Ihe %\eslprn h..iinriar\ ot K.iieie s. Thence mirth lo the llcrl Per rl\er This lerriioi) was .issi^ned to il'.e J 're ,io 1 criati ehu! ch Tlic lliir.i district hei;innimr at liii-^.�si jide (.1 Kani'c s ..n tl.i^ \..ii;i ide 01 ihe .S.t ska teheu a n KiM-r, mcsi nntil 11 re.-iches i he wc^i -^me ..i I'aiiee l.'i and r.ortli t.i ''n- f(cd MeiT ruir wa^ a ;sicned to the \lettio-ri c> i s. (,cshvter,an|3j Pgrsons Lost Their' ' 'r''"'^'^'" 'i'^ ^, ,. i ;maki> i !,.� larill li'al'ire oi the reel- .Naiional procii;. .iLiccuiei.i ,i Here minor in- | w'ell. l'.>r ..pen iiec'l i.i I i"ns w m.' rn.-lt i.T. �� I'l.i^ will be one of the ,nre;i( .^�'.n^vi^iii.'nt s of our time." (��.ip.ioied y\ � T. .w nsci.d, "a nil it w |i I iir.. ilve lie',."i's 1.. ,iil ..f Ihe pcplc of Ihe (iie.ii l.,.;.es country Ihr.iUKli lo |)a- ,-, :^-jn ure for public works. elTorls lo ascertiin suincie-M nets of CI"., lic^ I.  ; met out of the revenue Irs i)revions rcs'denee, bir'l'.p'ace^ and ;'nd ncni-;y lii.' whole of the year's ideiitiU' to permit this act'on. M.inrs e\pend.nii. iif .:l)oiii SJ;',iiO(),mHI on Ihe i,.,,. [j,,,,,, t.|||r,vinf; the hospilalilv of I i.e et V !ov- rit 'cs ha\e Ic^n scr'^eis ic, or.l. Mr. Fieldiii.u' will consJderim^ the denorl a I io". of t'le lu slniw that every item of Imv and ha\e hen niakinir strenuous :i arrvr-d at Tor' e- en;! :,b e I'o  � r � 0!i i: end i." � : .,1 !��.... .. �^ills morn-r.ii:--r(' a u- t e" r !� db(. ...,,] ., I yhiii ' '' '�' .1,1 .i;oi M.iiil.iii.'i and in fact lo al !� |ii...:i.' si,lies as well as to the Lives in a Fire in Texas Town a e. r i .?!l'-l.:iei'.o'.'., 1.? l-l.'ll s.-!.", I,.' the coirpsrondiiiu' 1'. imoiiihs (C, i 111. and nearly $i.imlr;:e will prohalily he rei.i\ oi the C \ S hs cirpci ^ ..V. i.iie l,, |.,, A n-e!es almi.i....... � u. On capiial acpo'im ,,,,,  ;..-i..n l! is tl.e CLiiipeli! lOM ihp expen.ii' Mi: 1  .insport al ion then/' d.-cie.i-.,-I . liic l,..:ielil to the people and i "'''^ ""' c mo,est .,f both ranada and � l"''"'"^'.'"^ ..iiilM li w.' can hriiif; ocean '!:!.n iiii.i the he.irt of Grassy La!. 1 racie Una .in'iously Supports Reciprocity i-l'.r ,!s l.ieil. To this is due the wee' ; ..f .iiiv;civ nnd uorr\ oi the Line Toroiiio. M:i-, Il i, A spoei.-il to tlip Tele; r,-.ill lo.lny \\'aBhint,'ioi; Lilns: Ha\S' � I'll.' \c,:i- .'ii .1 \n-.y dPlHil'l- ol :i,e ineiiis. n.iii'i; ..'i oi lormai inn which lii.'. '!,, llicy refuse lo ro,eal. lure bPf.un lo .ini.iu.,' ___ lilac.- i he llawHil..ii Ishiiuis on an ei- p lo(li\,' l,a-is o; ilefpn.'c \n arni.^ i-intj,. � Si. I Inshioii, Qneii.'c. March olbcer has l, .'-'m or on a special A Residenls ol i his disi rici aief^rr.ii- mission n lloiioirri where he i.s lo , 1. c'.ciiod by ihe iiniir- of a murder niiike certain : n i e-I i u:i Mors .-.nd report ol wiihoni dehiv :o lie \avy departmeni "" ' ,!,, sl.,ro,i m.l'el.. i'. On capiial acenuiii � iias been $L'.';,hnl.:i:,'I. SI .::S l.imi as compare;! oire^jioiulfng period of ih" year. Ineludin;; hot h : I'-' �'^ ii'i'l ofTieiiils. I consolidai.-.l and eapital ONpend I'arried I'ast (row iliurps ih i.e aiiioent. spent has been; \VI1c4, .loseph Maars came to ..........., ,, ., ''"'^ '�'�^'�""p hy nearly $,s.- ,,, ,, 1 ip,.,.,,i,,,. fr,,,,, ()K lah.un.i he ^.....I'.iiMoio.....Ill .' Ihe possibih- ,........... ,,, ,|,|, or the l),-.miii- , 1 .lie enotiiiiiiis Transpol-' ,,,, .,, ,|,, of Fehrunry was $;:!1. i;;es coiiipiise a larpe share 1:1s. a il- 'ease of iiearlv f.'.Oiiii. i Hi cM'tclliinM; we use .md nen driiiii; iir inouih. The Fehrmir , I .s;'.-ll'l.:i|i7, an inere,,.-. | I l^l"-"l~c .'.or Fpliruarv or last "' I"'" T- -- "> 1.'^. 'cl;il to the Herald)  Cir..s.. Lake, .March I.-.\\ a r.', 1V � cataii'.e meeling of the � Lake Hoard of  Trade last nluhi a resol.iii.ui O Was jassed iinjiiiiuoiisI.\ on- dorsin,� tliu, iiy a;;rec-  menl. RAISE REVENUE WITH LAND VALUE TAX linn of ihe ?e n rarv wps nn~'fe5t. nrters "11 tl'-ee "nr>fiifi^i,,! 's- al" ,�''>� ei;n''nr votes' ' � ' /-f -�i~'^';;-S '1 c't' in � I'?- or the eX^a-. '. n, ' n T !......( e ''-0 o:-i,fnl, � n 1 Iir>i ' �� �'! 'iiom- � hers . ' ore the meeting got 'do �11 I.J h!;'=o;' ss. ' , The fi: I b' d was drawn when-pirly in rj-r, meeting the supportera', or Ci. K. PI'nrne; and J. L. Manwaring got a moilnn through by a large majority ra'luiR for a nonfilnatJng 'ballot, p 1 f the low nr'ii in which was to drop President's Address At the ou'set, the meeting being an ndjo'irneil one, Vice-President B. A. (.'�i'riniimham occupied the chair. His first move was to call to the chair * I'resident Geo. M. Hatch, who only. O yesiPi'day returned to the city, having, ^ iieeti elected lo the presidency dur-^ iiig Ms absence. i'resident llatph. -who was greeted,, with applause, when ho came from the ihody of the hall, slated that it was ^ iiot altogether hpcause he was timid * tliai he had not t.Tken Ihp chair at the * (iiiiset but merely as a matter of fonn- iC''   ality. {.Continued on pnire 'D � i iiistimces the lai ilT riM enu" i-.';' le 111 coiupiirison. if SL'.I^'" ;par. '., i ill iliioiif;h which Mauriio i'.'o die. mis place and foiiiieiL of riu'.p Ri. Ir. drotrai.hi.' �is. lost his lite. Dn .Monaa;,, h'eu. enrps pre lo IT, T'loiiric arriU'il here and after Hons, sni'iidliri; a couple o' days in i.iwii, - - -'aripil 10 walk back lo his homi , I..Hp Tliursilay niuin Ins bodv wae 'iiiiid on ihe Si ("elesiiiip road with P niinitipr of jihasil;. wciundfi Tlie{ bead was ciii as ilioui'h wlM� iin a\p and hpsides 'his the Imd;, bore a ii'iiii ber of leriiiile kllr'e wi.uiid? S'lspl' j cii poliiih ;-iion!;l.\ lo n risilc.ii or liie district and an arres' i.s. pxppi-i.^d i^n o-i i \. otli's- :i;i I ilic Siena! eoojipiaie in iiivestisia- st iip.'iiil. .�. I far';.: I -----'--- . dcPll. 1 I'l noi il.- ' 1 . for Si", el;l! W ill e-,-;l � of 111., is. BAILEY QUITS U. S. SENATE 111 i; Il siicl' ,1 i'.iiicession in o , il. i uaiiiie of Ihe i.i-psidrni �O Texas Man Doesn't Give Any Rt-ason But Just Resigns Washington. March 4.-Seiiator Ballay. Texas, has retired from tl^e Senate. He has mrri^no exn'sn-ation as to his re,-3son5. Hp first presented his resignation to Vice-President Shern-ian. who refused' to accept it. He then addressed it to Governor Canipl;eli of Texas. His term would, not hs'^e expired until rvisrch 3, 1913 BRANDON PIONEER DEAD 1 Hr;,no,, >l;ir.-'> 4. -rninels H- d. a . l-iol.'- I ..j l:.;.'i 'Oil. ared T."i. dle-l ihlsj _ �';oi ri',. i'.- .a iiic 11 ijir Mili.m. (Oil | ill i"-.' " I'-'ird ( iiy. and moved to Permanent was very iorlorn. rairrcii. .'11 H ,iiid huiigrv an.I could not y,\\r .1 lir'id np-eouiit of Inn.self ,tiid was i,ii:.eil loer to Ihe .'-Salvation .\riii', hut the .\rin liome w ,is (lile.l '' . \ 1 ! � illp b'll.ol .111(1 cohliiir its Jiol -,'. of .1 t,',Pni\ mill t;.> r:i c on l";ui \-iliip, ,1,, �,,c,^^-.r\ re e:. >� u-ir.: 1- � e.; i;) Mi-o a � .i in.- 0.'aaval defence for the "lis v.\y:"r'\- lipp ii; r. ..f.-.; -i  , -i.-,, jn p-jiumir,-,'. i.lth, uriea two principal �lor the,jj..,ia| in:.? at Sydney, ,\'. S. \V.. and ire :i.-.:l(, V.'".-.i Aur.irni;-!, on the so.ri.ciini and soiiilr,'. est (-.asis re-spei-ii.ely The eas.ern Ke!o-mp will t-osi � J,i.Oii,'i'in, and the v.esiern one I t; 1.(11,(1,ijnu. noih allow for e.\teneion � cm , inr 1 .-!�: S Ilia' e:i I '^sL', WARNING TO FLAX FARMERS M . tifo.r.;. , Tariff Board Bill Gets to a Third Reading pp.iple ill i 'ii i' let i''"i .\ ill .Si-ciel V. w ho ;;a' 1 'he liiiiie, ."-M--.)-! ,ii wi-i-l..., p..s cil Wit:,..111 i!e-vehc.imnl- The s(-in-t 11 ri-p.-rted I the case t.i 1 iiuviiitra 1.1. ' \ ,i 111 Winn I who put Ihe facts Iciou- Ihi- Domin-� jioii authoiilips lust I iirl Ions weie jtirven to ha\e the hoy deported, hut; iil.e seerelai'N was ai2,ain up against | -March 4-The hill to it .is iiohodx knew whi.i ili(- hoi, was! CITY CCU^lOLr'- lilo.'' s. March 1. Linseed oil lanifaci nrors ar.- so'in-liiigl 10 f!av farmers lo jdan.' Wa.shi!n.-"n ...I '.-iih si rd niiT. ,11 once ei.'iiic a �crmanoni tariff board rasy-; ,,, i^-^^^ where he had come -I'lie i' 111- 111 ;je('iliiip lime, Lastled ihe sena'p this morning amid tnr-jp iinahlp to lurnish aiiv clue shoriage of KMiiiii.noui'iuIenl s,-.'ii(. Senator Gore of Okla-L,,,, ,,, ,, ,,.,,j,, ,,, hoina so.ichi to offer the Clunadian ip- :; I 'i croji. due 10 1 be Mil re of lilt. crf.:i ii llll'OSt ,il;.0- ,1 ;;li ; I'P I'd r-Od ,iie!d ill .-'O'lib I fi.i.>^ii.i and '.iinnesoia. whn-ii diK ill, t^ ill .Si -:i;.|iiy this yeiu-'a seed. Xin-'h I ciprociiy aiirepniont as a rldor. hii i;i., 11 rif; h;):ird hill was passed to third reading and ho was shin out. The \ote was, ayes ib, nays 23. aii\ definite inf..rni,iI ion of hiiiisclf 111- has iietei .iMcnderi school apiiiirent l( . and .ilthouch he is tContuuicd on page i-Jj. loar^raa,slcr Olsen Resigns Fcb.tiun and Decides to be Candidate Arni Olson has resigned his po-a\i\on as C. P. R. roadmaster o-i the division between Medicine Hat and Swift Current and will enter business in this city. He has announced his intention lo run for alderman for the city. PER^.MTS TO BUILD T. .Mills. T'.Mii o-ih street north, a dwcllirji, J!,.,;eu. 1^ LOi^D ROSEBERRY, CHAIRMAN London, Mar. 4.-Lord Rose- ^ uerry has accepted the chair-nianship of the House of Lords committee for the en- ^ tiMlainraent of i'epresen.tative�'. iv of Loniinlon parliament dur-iiiK Coronal ion. ^ ,.    'u^.i �I ;