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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta time 5 FIRST MEETING OF THE MISSION in charge of Rev. W. Patterson, D.D. and HENRY 1. MYERS IS ELECTED NEW SENATOR FROM MONTANA Deadlock at Lant Moment A DARK HORSE WOX til Filial Ballot at End of Session Dramatic Climax to Long � f ont�d had eight, tormur oor- 'ernot Toole had 1, Walsh had 1 and Judge J. M. Evans had 1 nefore thn result was announced, however, the ! democrats one by one changed their votes to Judge Me^yrrK mid wlirn tlie total was hiiostiid to 51 the demo-I cratK went wild with enthusiasm. Oti lliu Jinal ballot every ilpiiiocratii; ______ vote, in all, was recorded for M\- I ers. ]Name Not Mentioned 111-] camn t'rom miss,,11 Ilenrv L Myers is one nf ilic prominent lawwrs of his slate .iiid is a resident nf IlainilLon, in llic- western part, of Montana, where lie is a di.s-trict judge. � ludge Myers was horn October !(. ISiia at BooneviUe, Mo., where he be- Boots and Sbes Repaired A Parable of Reciprocity And Common Sense IleJena, Mont., March 2.-Ileiir\ L. Myers (democrat) of Ravalli eoiiiiU- was eleoticd United States senator Ir,- ^.^^^ y^^g scholaKlie training in the i nisht, to- succeed Senator Carter, on ,,,t)iic schools and Imisheri at an acad the 7!)th joint ballot. !emy. He worked on his father's farm, A continuous session of "i hours taught .school, became a newspaper was held by the legislature this alter- nian and finally a lawyer He was noon, 27 ballotfi being taken. Myers' admitted to practice in the sviprcme name, was not mentioned until the court of Missouri at the age of 2S last ballot, on which he received all and practiced for .some time at I3oone of the democratic votes before the re- ville and West Plains suit was announced.. He was not an ]n 1893 .Judge Myers came to Mon- avowed candidate. V tana, locating at llamiUon, where he | The election of Judge Myers came opened a law office and later entered iU as a'dramatic clpse to one oi iho uilo partnershij) with Robert .\ exciting days ever witnessed at (j'Harn. tlie state house. . _ Mr. Myers was elected eountv at-: Due to Insurgent Uepiihlican torney in Kavalli county in IKO-l and The election of a democratic s^na- re-elected in ixfifi. In ISilH he was tor was due solely to the aclum of Kniiald IligRins, a younp iiisurneiil reiHihlican from Missoula, in declin- he diatinRUislied him.self by his rcarii- rtlniined from doing since the faml! "'E �i'PPor^'a motion made at 5.40 ness and tact in debate and his knowl T'laiji.). ii iiail been an ojion winter,I lo dissolve the joint asiembly bIm of public aflnirs. TF YOU WANT A neat job and a sure cure take your repairing to the at the rear of R, A. Wrights store J. R. Van Haarlem Proprietor URVEYORS BUSY AT QUEENSTOWN .tended his best thanks to Mr. TrsfullU I from Calgary for his great speech. We [hope It will not be his last visit here. ' The Queenstown union now has 140 i members, and is not one year old yet. 1 The petition for' a bridge across the � Briw Bouth of Cluny, shows there ar6 20,000 acres ready tor crop In the val- (Contributed.) (ealliiig on hini at'his liome, as the\ re- Onatt, upon a time two sturdy plou-1 turned for tlip Christmas tiolidiiys. in eers, ic^ether with t,h�ir families, im-. spile of iho feeliuK that existed be-Hiiffrated to a nounlry far from the) twoen the two tainlllos. lleury finiiily liaunis of clviUzaiion. Sldo b.v side, | agifted, and on his first visit mei Anna ' aniX the ground was soft. As he paas-,ed tile big gateway he saw fresh wa-'Kon tracks leading in the same dlrec-' tlon ho was Boins. He knew Jones was on his way lo ilie same settlement to whi-cr� was the author of senate for by every republioftn Md three, bills requiring courts to instruct .juv democrats, enough to carry it by one ies before argument of counsel and of vote. Before the result was announc- other Important judicial measures ed Higgins changed his vote to no. ; He is prominent in Masonic circles Wild cheers from the democratic .side ' and is also identified with a number and fiery hissing from the republican ! of other fraternal and social orders side greeted the announcement of Hii; elected stale senator from his eountv , WorkinfT OH a C N R Lins'''^"'' *'^''r* and in the session of the legislature! ^ ... |yc-ars old. it is Said--A Wedding -A Fire Rins' change. Iran'cdiately afterward the three democrats also their votes. Myers is Reticent Missoula, Mont., March 2.-.Senator changed elect \f. L. M.vers in a speech at I Hamilton, his homo Queenstown, .March 2. - Every Queenstown farmer wears a big, hroad amile on his face these days, ihe reason is the good outlook for a railroad. The surveyors are here now, and they state the line Is running from Medicine Hat to Calgary. They also said they were to be into Calgary by March In, and then were j to turn right back with the gradestays. town tonight, j uanstruction work will then start as na's mother encouraged Henry, I'orUott clay he.If w;.y to the axle. In ihe!^,^ll ^^^^ completed Myers had national issueK publicly or to give �12 votes, within nine of enough to any interview concerning his views. Vy eveninK was spent In front wf thelabe knew him to have been an honest. 1 seal sm .lone.-^. turned half around, huge fireplace in onei or other of the | Inlelligenl ln lo take to town, as we%-rnt- j-oad without speaking. Living side by: ing robm. she hrougln uji the subject ed to Ib.\ in a suiiply of other ililngs ,, .  ', , [,,. Bide, they and their I'amiliea beoaino that meant ao much lo them all. as she to last through spring work," Jones � , "Z* Ptrangers. Smith raised his crops, bar-1 thought. .\t firar the old man It.ok- l.iiined o.ii. as he also climbed to the '"^^^ "^''"^^ elected as lol- veBtod and hauled them to market, ex- ed i" paiueil surprise. Then for r gr.iiind. tended his holdings, saw his sons and long time he sat antl stared inio ilip. ridm :iiKi i r.con. you say^" lue.s-ria-ughters grow into youns; men and , now dyiiiu fire. At last he arose, bent ; i loned Smith, s; 111 -inspect ing .lo.ies' women. On the otlwr side of the line f.ver and kissed her, and without a. predicam.ftit. � W'^ftti'-Joes that fetch Tenoe, Jottos through hard work was ^ word left the morn. you"" / protpering likewise. One tiutiiinn! The ne.\f morning lie loaded up a The first man to vote ior Myers ' said that he would be a thorough | soon as possible. The line crosses the was State Senator Conrow Demo- democrat in all matters e.xcepiin.n | valley about a mile north of Lake ?.Tc-erat after democrat voted for the those pertaining especially to west-| Cregor, and then in a northwest direc-west Montana'jurist- When the roll- em Montana. He refused to discu.^s t'on. Ctorge Kinley and Miss Verna Hall were uuUed in marria,�e last Tlnr's- BARONS FARMERS FAVOR AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE Barons, March I -The serai-annual dependent they were going to iiriiig day at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. Ben I-lall. where a dinner was given lo M. .Mol.i'on went to his old home at Palermo, N. D. A ptitltion is being circulated for th� government telephons. Mr. McFee bought a fine team from Lewis AUBgnrd. . J. P. Marshall and'G. Icland made a flying trip to Qleichon. Messrs. Hall and Shore are hauling lumber for the cement shed at Lake .McGregor. The building la to be 64.'c C4. It le snld they are to ham 500 tons of cement before the river breaks up. P. FJurns Co. drove 7,000 head �t cattle through here a week ago. FLOUR SHOWED UP WELL Turkey Red wheat grown In this district and milled by the Ellison Milling Co., has shown .up exceptionally well in tests made at the Experimental Station, Ottawa. . The tests consists in an analysis and friends and relatives, (n the e ening I the flour both before and af- a dance was given at the Pioneer - (p,. ,,^vi,ga,tl involves considera/tlon school house. The groom is the owner ,,,atcr absorption and retaining Of a fine farm, where the happy cou- and volume, and the shape pie will make their future home. texture of the loaf after baking. Last Stinday morning the residence 1 tn the point of water absorp-tfon, the ot Mr. Kinley burned down, and it is | local wheat has shown an'unusually reported George is in a serious condl- '� high percentage, greater than that of meeting of the Ladies Aid was held on Thursdav afternoon at Mrs. H. K. forward, and if the chair considered Mr. I'ater.son an Independent member. The chair replied that according to the press, Mr. I'atersoii was not an liidepeiiilent, .After considerable discussion it was moved by Mr. Mathe-soii, seconded by (4 lOrdinan. that tl is meeting was in fuvor of siipport- tion from burns. The C. F, A. held a successfiil meet- most of the samples tested, and the dep.Ti'tment considers the flour as Ing on Friday last, and everybody ex- nearly perfect as any grown anywhere. � I.eviMi i .'ufs, all home cured, too, " Smith's eldest son went to college in'mixed load of profiii s �upi)ly. "That's the^ � nd Walter Smith Inslsied ou lleniw not help glancini; 'ip, a thing he lind ' way. Now. Ive got a lot of potatoea: _______________ ___and other stiif.' on mv wagon, and I nhility of runntni; an ~ ' S'pOS Try the HEXDERSOX PARE (iRl-HXnOl SES /o7"yourC'ur Flowei's. Floral Triliiiie^. Palms, Ferns and Tloiise Plants.. The ];ii'i2,'c,-i and op-to-date ('jifahli.shinciii in ilic di-^irici. IT. A. Mclullop (,'o., !ig'(MU>aMtro'r. The ladies a'r(> oiitlin.cing ��.aie very progressive jng an 1 iiileiic'uleiit farmers cnndi.l tie work for the s'^i. j at the next eU'Ctinii, and was ce- On Thursday M'frat.on in (helTood dared earricil. men's Hail, a n..;,s meeting ot farm- Hu.tihes and Win- Luchia wite ers was held when about eightv farm then elected a^ men hcr.s of a ttii.i-ers luriietl out i.t discuss the advis- siotial committee, which coinnii':ce is Independent far to lon..;ist of six, two men ' ilie.\ 11 alnioHi doultle (heir mon- mer at tlic r>'vi e'flction. also >lofi( 1 vvn infl: to act Oil 3 PtOVi- �ll LUt-m-V . anoiher meeli i.; in the Findlav -tcliool house on March elected from three parts of ihe ud on thai. Say. by jucks. Smith, let's to elect two inci; to act on a provi- stitucncy. ;Btrlke up a trailB. I need that loud of:sional committee .) yuincv was' There Is to hi lyours. iind we both know what we'll elected chairnta'! .ind A 1' Hughes, Ll'll- .get in town. What do you say?" I Smith began to exiimine Jones' load, iailhoiigli 111., know how painstaking his oil) fvieiiii always had been, and that .(lis oiiiptit was always of the best .secrct.Tiv of the a.eeting Russel, seetet.-irv of the nwcting, : delivered the s;i''f'li ot the afternoon. \ .1 Quincy, A !' Hughes, and Mr. ; 11, at 2 p ni I M, A. I'.ielv has been to Taber on Presently he turned, and reachingi 1-ennox also spo,^c in favor of an in-oiir his hand, excliiimnd, "Haul yours | dependent fariiict camlidate. .\fterwards tin- meeting was opened THE MOLSON'S BANK INCORPORATED HEAD OFFICE CAPITAL PAID UP : RESERVE FUND 79 BRANCHES IN IN ALL PARTS ; : : : : '855 s : ; : IVIONTREAL : : : : : $4,000,000 : : : : : $4,'100,000 CANADA AND AGENTS OF THE DOMINION AGENTS and COHRKSPOVnEXTS in all ilip Principal Cities of Ihe I'NITKD STATES and C,Uler "f a c,ovcrnment. Among othci liuestions, I, Wilson asked tin- e!iai; v. h.Tt kind of an lii- A Good Idea in Hfor Treatniant. Lc^hbridge Braiicli- DIAMOND CITY BRANCH -K.D.JohiiKoii. ]Msuia!>oL- - D. C. MORRISON. MANAGER Ttie ti-.tahii^ v. in t iifLt t l.t-y \s I glV. 11 lltOi r-1 1 respective'' V'>u:- [i-ili lo h.. ' and �.italUy, yv.. Ill .SI woinen's h.ilr L the tllni- Lo la.' :0. If you want that look of liutro .'.ot t.akc caro ut It. )ll c-aanot e.\|C I to littvt splotidid hnli If voa kUiU' v ttiii a comb through it ill th� nii'iiiois-fflva It a dab on tlio oiitor C'dite "iih a brush-throw 11 Into a bra).)- .switch It iiround tho hpuil-jati Ir. a f<'w hair pins-and let It BO at that. Hair 1.S IIUi' M A business this week. Miss Kdna Hudd is recovering from a .slight attack of la grippe. Farmers living on the propo.sed rural telejihoiie line from. Bowville to Rarons, remember that on March the intli at 111 a in , (.1 .V. Burke, representing the governmenf, will he in Haroiis^o cnmplete arrangements for this liiitt in and sign Voui con-I tracts, anil vcrv shortly you will be ciijo\iiig the beiielits of a rural ti'lc-�,phone On l.'iida\ eveiiitii; in the Biirrms opera 111 iisi' the H.iioiis Lo(i:';e of the I on !� No Rli. Im'IiI their annual :�ipp('i and hall Ti:ere wa.s a toed criiMi!, good KUpj/cr. good time 'I'lie H.Triins ftrass Hand open the