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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Monday-, March Nuniebr 72 FARMERS GET NO MORE CREDIT Machine Men Pass Re- solution At Meeting In Calgary ST. STEPHEN'S IN TROUBLE At Calgary on Saturday a meeting was held of the machinery men of the province. Practically every company doing business in Alberta in steam and gasoline engines, harvesters, St. John, N. B., March Special train from St. John 1'or St. Stephen's tonight car- ried Manager Kesson, of the Bank of 'New Brunswick, Law- yer A. 0. Earle und two bank clerks who are to take charge of St. Stephen's bank, which is reported ro be in financial iUWcultles. ADVANCE OF PRICES OF MEAT ploughs carriages, threshers and oth- er farm machinery was represented and those who had not ueprcsenta- tlves there expressed their opinions j by letter favorable-to thc purpose of1 the'meeting. The meeting was called to make a united and formal protest against the passing of the "Act respecting agree- ments for thc'Sale of) Chattels" now before the Legislature. They claim that if the act becomes law and takes away the present protection: they have when sellirfg machinery to the farmers, it will be impossible for them to do business on the credit basis. The meeting passed the following resolution which will be brought to the attention of the "Whereas 'an act respecting agree- ments for thc sale of chattels' is now before the Alberta Legislature, elim- inating thc reasonable protection here toforc in effect on any goods sold un- WHISKEY SPOTTER IS ARRESTD FOR PERJURY Indian Head, March Biant- ford, of llegina, an alleged whiskey spotter, was arrested here Friday night on the charge of perjury and yesterday was remanded to Regin to await trial. The case arises out of Mie recent convictions here of infrac nons of the license act. General All Over the World-Frozen Meat Cheaper JOHN HOUSTON VERY MUCH ALIVE Noted Editor and Politician Is Not Even Seriously 111 Vancouver, March Hous- ton, far from being dead as announc- ed in the papers all over the Domin- VENDETTA AT TORONTO Italian Laborer Murdered on Street by Sicilian Bricklayer j Toronto, March all the swift and silent fury of Sicilian vcn- jdetta a cold blooded murder was per- petrated on Manning Ave., just below Collin St. at nine o'clock tonight. All the parties were Italians. The dead man is Raffa'elo Fabio, la- borer, who had been in the country _________ i'six months. The alleged murderer, Pasquali Ventricini, a brick-layer had Washington, March been a resident of Toronto four years have advanced in all the principal with past good character. They were consuming and producing sections oi! walking down the str-eet together the world according to statistics com j when Vcntricini suddenly seized his piled by. the department of commerce' victim and plunged a knife into him and labor. The report shows the'a number of times. The bleeding thief meat exporting countries of Uio man rescued and his murderer world to be Australia, New Zealan.l, fled but was afterwards captured. Argentina, Canada and the United j 'States. The chief meat importing Countries are the United Kingdom, Germany and' to a less degree the European countries. All meat exporting countries show higher prices per pound in their ex- ports in recent years than those of a decade ago and all the meat import- ing countries show higher rates ;n their import and the current market quotations. The advance in fresh meat prices is less than that in salted and preserved meats and in j nearly all cases the increase in beef; is less than that in pork and mutton. 1 The fact, that the percentage of ad-] vance in the price of fresh meats, es-i Monto Carlo_ lilarcn 7._Haif of the A DISASTROUS TARIFF WAR OR PEACE CONSTITUTION Representatives Of Two Countries At Ottawa Ottawa, March far as can learned from the guarded and non- committal statements of the repre- sentatives of Canada and of the Unit- ed States who are handling the tariff problem now.conferring, in both coun- tries the situation with regard to the i alternative of commercial peace with {honor or else a mutual disastrous tariff war, is still pretty much ia I status quo. There is no formal con- 'Icrence between the repre- SMltaUvcs of the two governments. RABIES SCARE AT PINCHER Pincher Creek, March On Sunday forenoon a dog was observed to be foaming at the imouth and otherwise acting In a strange manner. owner could 'be found for the canine, and as the animal had ail the indications of rab- ies, he was destroyed. C P. R. Y. M. C. A. FOR CRANBROOK Cranbrook, 'March comes from Montreal that a Y. M. C. A. building, costing will be built at Cranbrook in conformity to a policy carried out by the C. P. R. during the RECOVER THE VICTIMS OF SLIDE Snowslide Completely Blocks Main Line Traffic last'few years, rc-ady iprovided The like railroad has al- instltutions at River, Chapleau, Kenora and tevelstoke. Subjects Of the Prince Met Him and Made Demand FARMER'S WIFE KILLED IN BARN pecially those shipped in the chilled Sllhject.s of the principality marched or frozen' stage has not been so great; U) the and waltlng upon uihe as the advance in salted or preserved Qf Monaco vesterday, demand- arrived at Quesnelle this after- is said to bc duc to reductions made der contract, agreement on a credit jnoon suffering from insomnia, but last few years in the cost of basis and settled for by promisory very m. 'pine report appears to have notes; [originated with Mr. Fraser the Cariboo "And whereas approximately 85 per tl .member at Victoria, who said the cent, of the goods sold under contract! agreement in this province arc solilU'ire received by Mrs. Houston on the credit basis and are alk-cled by i last midnight said that Houston had this act. I died at Black water and a morning pa- "And if this act -becomes per published a long obituary of the law in its present form as it has al-! no led editor. The news was appar- rcarty passed its second reading, itjemly coniirmed by Prine Rupert'desT must necessarily follow that no fur- iwtch. hut all were wrong. chilling or freezing and transporting meats of this class, mutton is regarded as due to comparatively slow growth in world's supply of sheep. consttution. declaring that Mon- j the ouly absolute monarchy i Skull Split Open by a Kick From a Horse Saskatoon, March receiv- ed in ihe city today of a nasty acci- dent at Clavat, twenty miles from here on the 'G. T. P. when a women named Pike was kicked to death by a horse. It appears that .Mr. and Mrs Pike were engaged in the barn trans ferring chickens from one coop to another. Pike had taken one arnifu ot" fowls from the barn, being absen some time, and upon returning found rr-maining on the face of the globe. The advance in j The Prhjce received a deputation from I 5ku11 open Ihis wife lying under a horse, with he from a kicl MARRIED YET NOT MARRIED Seven Couples Find selves In Awkward Position Rogers Pass, March af- ter the slide which caused the heavy loss of life another one occurred tweeu Bear Creek and Rogers Pass, which carried away six hundred feet of snow, with shed No. 14, making'in all some 1200 feet of snow shed oblit crated. The next heavy slide occurred at 2.30 on Saturday afternoon at the big hill at Field. This carried down the track at one of the upper end loops, rebounded down the valley and carried another portion of 'the track below. Fortunately there was loss of life, there being no train in thc vicinitv. Then the third slide Toronto, March young cmiples.who went tlirough the mar- riage ceremony last year in Ontario and have since been living togetther, will shortly receive an -unpleasant sur- prise in the form of a notification that 4.hey are not married. This predicament has arisen, from "of Goldeb, B. C. 'another large portion of the track, bui thc line was clear time and there were no fatal results. At 2 o'clock this morning at Rog- ers'Pass, slides were coming down every few minutes, but were not re- sulting much damage as the snow, is dry. BODIES WILL BE RECOVERED All bodies will be recovered from the Rogers Pass slide as they were not carried down the valley, bu-t caught in a heavy cut. The rotary plow, the engine and several boarding the the ther credit can bc extended to the consumer; "Thcfelore he it-resolved that- all business accepted from now on bc sub Houston has been ill from over work at Port George, where he established 3 newspaper six months ago. W. J. MacKay. who used to edit the Port ject to a spot cash settlement on de- I-Jssingron Sun. when Houston was in livery if this act becomes law and i Prince Rupert, has gone to relieve all representatives throughout the i him. On his arrival at Fort George, province bc instructed to act accord- i Houston immediately set out 1'or Ash- ingly. croft to consult a doctor. The veteran 1 editor and former member of -the leg- SHOOTING AFFAIR AT islature laughed 'when he got a wire THE POLICE.COURT lt he was dead. "Not for a At the police court this morning j long was his answer and Starko Presko was given his prelim- j tne with him agree that he inary hearing on the charge of shoot- j slni be heard from in politics tlie crowd and promised to consider j its wishes. j Monaco is -an Italian the smallest" state of Europe, having iai area of only eight square miles. Itj is governed by a sovereign bearing the j title of Prince, who is assisted by a'j council. The reigning prince is I Honorus Charles. The princi- pality consists mainly" of the town of !-Monaco.and its One Fireman Other Crew land Monte Carlo.'the famous resort FIRE DESTROYED THE j from a horse. Medical aid has employment of a clergyman from j cars arc buried completely under riedly summoned but she had passed] the Uaited States to perform the mar-! masses of ice, rock and timber, along the men who perished. On Saturday night a special train carrying seventy-five men and provi- sions left Calgary for the scene of the destruction and yesterday morning; REAL TEST OF STRIKE IS TO-DAY rk'ge ceremony, and cases have been [reported from the 'border towns with one exception. Sault Ste. Marie contributes three these cases. The law provides that another crew with rotary and ordin- J ary' snow plows, also went west. No. 97 which left Calgary on Saturday and Passengers Escaped Portland. Maine, March from which the state derives its rev- i i ienue. The population is about j onlv about 1200 of whom are actual! Both Sides at Philadelphia Are Confi- dent of Victory ins fire from some unknown cause subjects-of the prince. minister residing in Canada. Any ir- Vfsrularitv in marriage, as of tihese morning, is stalled .between the slide and that at Glenogle, the for- mer slide not beiiig; cleared until last seven couples, -leaves them in an position. ing ?.t a little girl. The evidence of Lizxie Grogowski was taken this -morn- ing and she told of the two girls go- ing home from church and when near the'Stacey Lumber yard they heard a noise like the whistling of a bullet J The case was adjourned till- tomor- row to allow other evidence to be pro- duced. W. C. Simmons appeared for the defence and Chief Gillespie prose- cuted. nu! journalism on the coast. SMOKERS PAY FOR PRIVILEGE shortly after she docked on her ar- j rival here from Xew York early today, j the -steamer ..Manhattan, owned by the Maine Steamship company, was to- tally destroyed. The loss was placed at One fireman is reported missing. BOMBS AT LISBON Lisbon. March bombs were hurled into a room where a party of clerical candidates were dining today and the explosions killed two of them Philadelphia, March will j see the real test in the attempt of j labor leaders to bring about a general [strike of working men in Philadelphia j in -sympathy with the street car em- ployees. On the basis of Saturday's showing the employees and the the court for having disobeyed this law with ihc following results: Edward Ellis, charged with taking matches into the mine, found guilty .effects. The missing fireman's name is unknown.- -He was seen to come up oiu of the hold while the fire was in are confident, however, of the success of the move- ment and they predict that returns London, OnL. Mar en Gill- son, Liberal candidate for provincial v-ri'_' show that between and and federal honors in several elections loO.000 failed to report for work to- Dr. Charles Hodgetts, registrar-gen- states that fche only remedy of this state of affairs would be the pass- age of an amendment to the act that would serve to validate the marriages. The department has also had -trou- ble on account of men coming from the northwest to claim their brides and bringing marriage licenses with them without being aware that the document, .to be valid in Ontario, must be issued'by an authorized officer of this province. CROCKERY BUST- NESS ESTABLISHED progress and went hack, could i in East Middlesex, died tonight at his 1 clay. The police say there are not not he located afterwards. home, aged T'5. unionized workmen in Phila- CROW'S NEST LINE TO THE COAST Kirkliain Bros. Building a Store on Cnibfo Street Lethbridge is to have another spec- Rcgina, March morning at the'Metropolitan Methodist Church Rev. E. J. Chegwin, of Moose Jaw, and fined Slfl or 21 days'-in'jail. N. Doscpan, Slfl or 21 days in jail. Ltiigi Ventura S10 or 21 days in jail. POLICE SURE IT j WAS JOHN CANTON ____ Saskatoon.-March working; all day yesterday in an effort to se-i positive identification of the