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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald m Volume IV. Letbbrid|r�. Alfa.. Saturday, March 11,1911. Number 76 MAGRATH GOING TO THE CORONATION to GOVERNMENT WILL BUILD THE RAILWAY C anada Rel usea Free i raae m Trad M anu GRIT BOLTER GOVERNMENT TO BUILD ROUNDLY SCORED Lloyd Harris' Action Un-| popular With the i Farmers HUDSON'S BAY RAILWAY ROBLIN SCORED It will also Construct the Terminal Facilities and Elevators and Operate the Steamship Ser-vice - Intercoloniafs Surplus (lll.'iua. MiUt'li II- - Irj \hp I Imisi'� t idUti I 'I'rans-'' 1,500 tf-stcrdin , Hon (I. )'. (Iiiiliiiiii iu.hIc j '�^ipit^il invpslpri $1 .'110,2it7.6R7, !n- Ihr MiipnitKiil aiiuoMMC'MUMil thi, 1 \\u-' "' IS t'-.fla, 1 SO. M,m , ] . , .1 "I p:iss('iist'is carried in IHin, i^:'),-gmiTiiiijpiiI Hiiiiiii iist'li liiiilcrlutvi- Mir i'uiisl rurtiiiii i.i ill- IIiiiKdh's li,n r.iil \\�\ When ilic mad is liuilt, llir-vuv-i'riiini;iil will Milinai In piiiiuiiiu-iu | AN ABSOLUTELETHBRIDGE REAL ESTATE OPERATORS' FREETRADE VAUJESVERYCONSERVATIVEi REPLY TO Was Made by the United States to the People' of Canada A Citizen Who Has Studied the Matter Gives Interesting Facts and Figures in Reply to Mr. Conybeare phllis I'.il iK iipiTlll lull- 111- .UllloUIU'-i Grain Growers in His Con-: c'l ;ii^" n...! mniniicn.riiis �iii h^-, . 111.nil' iur lllC cijiisuuci iull IJl i'li'Ml- ! stituency Pass a Re- 'i"r- mid !cin,,�.ii f.iciiniis .md ii.r ,i. solution -Irani-l:i|) '.rrviiT in |)lv lii'luceii lliid iin\ Ma\ and (IriMl Hli^alll, In iHf vnj.rwO liiCTPii-ic iivcr i^d)!). 2.21.1,-; 2ii7 I iif-rriisc in Icii years 17,503,- : .s.-i.s �runs famed in- 1910, 74,4h2.S0R IiHli-ase ovci iHOii. 7.tM0.li08 . iii-riiM-'-i' in ten \ears -17, 1K;(, lO.i, or In] per (Till. (.'iiiployei'.s i2.-J,7"ti.S , iMjroli .$ti7,-Mi7.7l)'i . aililit iiiiial (uii)l(.iyecs m rail- in a ooliverBaiioii with ihe HeraUi I this morning Mv. Kalpb Slye said: ' "The statement of Mr. Conybeare ai iilie recent Board of TrHilc council I meeting that Leth bridge real estate wesi .flOOO a foot is no( out of Hue. ( Jii Kdmonion properly on .fasper Ave i ha.s sold at lIoOu in tlie business cell-� tre; nine blocks from liiis centre ISoli i a foot is a.slsei!. On First street near! Not Prepared to Pay the Montana Wage Scale SUlUUUli ^-n s M,i> a,.................... ..... uav h.ilrls. elevalnrs, cte , total i ,siiiii)iciiiciuar\ i'sl iiiiales he would ask ,........ Hrantford. On,., .\l,r,.|i HV l.loyd ' _......., .......,,^. ,,.,,:,. I-'^M-^ '"I .2b iiTia, Liberal- .M.P. for j-lra n: lord, i , , ^,,,|, ^vnln,, ' "' "" vin, hroken from ,h,. ...verninen. ^ opeiaios and old e pi. , the reciprocitv, mav ex- 1 """-�^""1 I'l'"' i !i,2il!),snn . mere.ise m li-n vears ?7,- rience , rouble' vvi.h hi.- mm I �on- ';'' '"T"'"" ! :iia,.i It. or (W, .vii, rvplain (he beiielils oi Hrantfor Hnrrl bavlnjj on (lerience -.......................... .HliuieiHs. The Hrantfnrd Cn,,,^,. held."""""" *�'" X inf^efiiig 111 n-liirli .Mr. !!;ii-rl.'; �ii.s'i > rouricily scored rhere is sriiiu' iall,-! ''i lite ueKicrn producers �f fbe resignation of the nieniiier be- i anil .stnaia for an improved corner. "It Is impossible to go over all oi the different classes of real estate in all of these cities. 1 may say, how- Don't Want Arty Change in Time of Expiration , of Agreement i .ind on pr.urie n.-nion ?:M',l:iH',)(ls'i eliminate from their consideration all 'ively enual size. This Kives the ne-i�vpr. that it is practically Impossi.ble Trans-Continental Sum Indian Moad. .Marcli in. -The Indian: Head drain .^ssoi-iai.ion hi a uell at- Wiiv 1111 lease ee 111 I'anada 21,731 . iii- 111 to get well located sub-divisiou lots ill Calgary, liidtnonton or Saskatoon at the same prices that they can be had iLurrow parlisan.ship and sectionalism, eessary basis of classifieation and af- Oi, the fpealest disappoint- ^""Is the needed perspective in ..... tnent of the recent .=,e.ssion, he said, J^dJ^'ns "f in i eTb,-lSo'r% ^"'"^^'^ IV,. ,-,iinr, ri ti,. -��ge from S2U0 to |4tSo or i.^OO a !o. Inw the lead ot-lhe In r^iUh-'. argument. It reduces itselt;�"'' instancies much higher, tug llie rcctprocih .pv^eat made ^^^^^j^, to.Jv question of readily ascer- Pn�s of intermediate property of-ot .\. tended riieeiiiiK tlii-s arinrnoo* ija.iseri crease over last year Ii-t7. li.eieusf a. regoliitioii statinp "In the opinion nt i fhlB meelln.!; the seheniH r.'i-nniinetiil � ed liy i he elevator coinnil�sioii should' be given a fair ohatne. iioihiuK beiiei | being In slelif." The association ap-, proved of the reeipror it \- arnin.^eineui j and placed uiion record as in favor ol � lUereascd prererenee wiili Creai lirii , *ln aud a greater reduittlon on farm j itnplemenls. Ctnsurc Roblin ("arraan. -Man., .\inrcli Hi.- .-U a meet injt of the Carman branch of the (irain IJrowers' Assoclaifoii lonight. a reso iiition was adopted condeniiiiiin the Htand taken by the .Manitoba legi'riUi turc against the reciprocity agreeineni Hon. R. P. Roblin. the premier, repre sent.s this eonstitneiicy and his aotion I lot ten years �,.').'tl Vlileaue nii'l .)er en-, with Canada. rr,(lev thus reciprocity j^,;^^-,,^ ,.^,.1^ , p,,,je,, thaii^''�- ':�"s!'".^- proportion. (Conlinned on page 15). (oiisirnclinii ilicluiiiiig the fl T i*. and Crow's Nest Co. Had a Splendid Year -- Declare Dividend lorouiii, .March 11.- -I':iiati Roners- (f raham in opposing tlie agpeement is also eon-'president, presided at the annual meet , domnpd, claiming that the reBolutimi ;ing of the Crow's Nesi Pass Coal Cu | passed by the legiBlatiire does not re-j yesterday A diviilend of one ))pi present the populai' oiilnion of Vliuii i�etit , the rhlrd since lurti .August, wan, toba and that the premier had utterly iPassed. 'per cent ol rosl. nilflfepresonted the opinion of the mem ' 'I'he president stated that "ben an- Siieakific i lain (; T li- hv I per cent-, and le.-.- ih,.....V R- bv 2!i per colli. With the same leVi'niie per Ion fur freight and per passi-inrcr as the C I' R., the I t' K. Uis.- year would have had a laM !i-veiice of $.S.�'^S0,3-1H or e(|ual to is free trade .ilso in hsh atid In rough They are the centres of the uewesi l lumber w-l:ile iliere are substantial re the richest in natural resources, and; ductions 111 irun oie, coal, meals, the least completely developed on the j (lour and all secondarv iotjd products continent. The values are th-^retore ,---, and upon a substantial range of man- based, and rightly so, not entirely up- j ^, , , rji i c '  ufacliirers When wc entered upon T what they are today, bm iWihet ^ i^lcrk S rluck baves it the cnniereiici- I aut-hori/.ed tlie secre- "f'"' '��'Solt.te).v certain tarv of state and his commissioners future. That this is generalb recoj-: . , � . r i,,,i nized is borne out by the faei ihat i ,0 otter nee ttade tn e^eryt.}lng but ^^.^^^^^ American investors have' thts Canada ...uld m,l grant us be- _^ thousand dollars in-! protective svstem WcMern cities, t^bile no ' ___argument could got them to invest k. Weaver, the teller of the lia .ic .f in Kaslorn cities of similar size. Oi cause she h,i- ,j (Contin"''d on page 15) from Being Robbed by Hold-up Men \\ yominjc. On I March 11 -.\s C talk with Kiistern Canadians who are 'i'oroiito liere, stepped into h'S Knim liil meeting of tha council, .l. Kae and fiis for ihe year w-ere $.'1.4.1,9.111.28. The. from the iijiper lakes could go 1.. Becker, of .\^edirine flat, talked ''"ard of (ilroctors elecred ns fol ihiongh u iihoui hreaking cargo, j-le natural gas witli the town taihers. ^'(".'"r--. i.reHideni. K. c:helii\e(l that it necessary also They ofJ'ered, in i-eiuni for a- twenty-i ^^'''Hu'V - pi "--idi-nt ; II. R. .Me;io -j,,. Ijeorgiaii Hax caiial'huill five year franchise and noniiual tax-1"""l'i"d. .1. C. Cra familiar with both Bastorn and W^st-""'^ "�'�rnn.t?, Ik- w..v ern real estate and they will t�ll you confionted l,y a masked im-.n, wio ;thai where a iiiece of property in the j with a re\olver, called upon X.'tn i �^ 'smaller cities of Ontario can be sold; ,|, ^veuv.-r im:.l.ed ___ ouee. it .ouM be sold ten times over hf it were in a Western city. ^ ^' "'�P"^'l'>"f' h's revolver One of the House of Com-1 to ,eomparaii\e values. 1 j fn'm liim. .-i compani.m of i;..-,i,. d- happen to have made a recent study ; up tuaii then sprang lo t'.e re..--e of .his matter and am more or les. | .,.,,^, ^,,,,,, ^ famihar with uresetit conditions in , each of the chief centres of Albena ; Miceeeded in fre.-mg mons Members to Attend Coronation and Suskatehewan. Property on l!.'ighth Ottawa, March 11.-The Liberal andlavenue in Calgary has sold as high a? ! liimscli' ,iiii| .spent tng iii.s revolver. , , , . . , vps U' II Rohinsoti and Col. Cloilgb' ftllon, to bring natural gas into luwn ; � : As the council is not allowed to grant direnors. _ _ _ ' a, franchise for so long a term the ,,,^ .V/edloitte Hat men's proposlrion wa. ^O^^ PLAGUE DEATHS nm thoi-oughly rtiacusaod. Mr, Rae in-1 ' ''"'"-^ � I'-'-'l'^''', tlm.ted that he believed gas existedl'"'" '"^"'"�^ from R.ibonicj tmder Maple Cret^k, but if further bni-I I""Sue and eight froni smal pox re-( ing operations proved thn. he ,y,^,'Pon^'^\nUu^ry. wi,bin ,be last twc wrong, they were prepared to pipe j " the ,gas from Irvine or some othei possible the Conservative tnembers of the Com-1 S-^"" a front foot. On First street COAXED point. TWO DROWNED AT MEADOWVALE WILL SEE NEW KING CROWNED Bratnptoii, March 1' -The lii'levil lage of Meadowvale, three oi four jiijle.s south of tiii.s lowi.-. is iodav , mourning a floitble lirowninu. w h'leh rnok plnoe late yesterday .iflernoon . llie water iji tlie river Cieivii rose So taptdly yesterday the thr dam abnvp H. A. Brown's flour niil..-; was rlirealieneri with destruction -\eei.r.; p.inled b.v his man, Kenneth .Sniirli, Rrown went out to break the tarn. Jim McCaig Hinted Mar-| Aiberta. - mons, who win ao with the parliamentary delegation to the coronation as .1 the guests of the Britieh Parliament. ' have been decided upon. They are: Ralph Smith, member for Nan-�iTio, representing British Columbia. .Geo. E. WcCrnney, Saskatoon, 'epte senting Saskatchewan. ! - Dr. Clar. The mining rates of this dii- lirict iire already very high, and tlw present market price of coal will not : permit ol general increase ti We agree to a uniform price list fol supplies as far as possible 7 We see no reason for ciianKiOK the date of the eipiratioii of the ajf;reemont. and suggest the next expires March 'list, 19U In rtew rtf ] the suggestion made in Section 3 we are now prepared to take up the eral provisions of the present sgree-meiil clause by clause WILL SEE NEW KING CROWNED' _, , ; Hugh Guthrie, Soulh Wellington, re- riage but the 1 eacherS [presenting Ontario, ' 1 ' BeUnd, Beauce, WoUldn t L.Ome Quebec. F. B. Csrvell, Carleton, representing; represe iting i Detective Receive Letters Toio:..., March 1 1 -.Vn, wn h.s, and - r. .-rv = . i, i..,o, . ,,:,uMg , 'Mtonlo, Ont. .March 11 -fot ,h� New BrunswicK. ; liast month anonuro'is letters liave "�^ "'� ' -'�"P"- J. H. Sinclair. Guysboro, repfisent-i '"ft r-.'eived bv the police. Ilireateu- intendn.i ... sci ools ir, l/lii-o!. ton. j,g ^j^..^^ Scotia and Prince Edward! :"K '*ir'' PP'ia! I ies lo liip.-n unle�,stiioy -embers selected to represent desisteii in probing to the hot ion, ev pr> tiling m connect.mi wit! tlie larii case .Aiieit.i. tii-rc xesterdav s'ated 'liai Island. U\-f'M\ i.I-; lent ;l,e I'llii.'.ii'.ni, ir ^-'^ - the o':r,06it'on side of the House are:  charged it. ihr- Farmers' Hanl- m,iie ueie married during Haggart, Hon. Geo. E. inspecKir Dm.can w.;s on, >vh,. re tie jir.-' -.ear he coaxed in vain to Foster, h, B. Ames, Dr. Daniel and C. (-p,vpd .several "i I'tese ietteis. and >i-r re [oriuiir. leachors tor sciviep A. Mac^r.-tn. ii. the -.\estpii, citv Not even rhea'i- ^ liiriiic matrirnonial prospects could ^ |iipv,-i.-: -ipor anv of them to leave ^ cAVEN FOR THE CABINET . lie '..'iieen ' 11 y ... ---The Cranbrook Herald inti- SAYS EGGS ARE CANCER CAUSE ^ .^^g, ,^5,.^ jf, , o'clock and nt six o'clock their h.-)i .-e- Mji-i^BMHS^K^^HI^H ^^^^^^^ coinmoii cause ot,V -un.l taken into the B. C, go'.- caire liome alone 1 )) till noon to- Dr. Clark, M.P. for Red Deer, chos-. cancer is believed li;, Dr Mnlco.m *�� ernmeiit some time soon a? d.m I..thing has been seen of the (lod- en as the Liberal representative for; Seymour l)r Seymour, boneiei. dig "lilnisler c! RaiJways. 1 ol llenisi.i.. police nuigisi ra 11-. has ^ " " ~2'"------ also ^ee 11 a rei-lpieni liuiican wdiilf/ ^ not i,n\. what Was ii; ri.ese letters. ^ hut it IS :indersir.od Ilia' he is threat ^. ened with the '...=5 of hu pnsifioii. ^ Slid that he iitai and himself landed ^ ill the peiiitentiar\- .ilong with Tva- i 1 l!i-iiiifli the pond Is be.t.t drat- Alberta on the House of Commons de ^(�il I:/) them. legation to the Coronation. riains any intention of advlslim per siitf- 10 avoid sueb a diet vers The cases ..i other- beside \es-hltl. who ,-tte .lis" waii'ed mi wai-lants issueii s.ime liiiie .igo aii- not 111 ahevaiice ,\ eiicular nia\- In- is REV. JOHN LAWRENCE D�AD Blenheim, .March 11.-Rev. .fohn Lawrence. .Vlerboillst rcisBlonaxy at ' U'alpole Island, died on Saturday laat as the reeiilt of an accident. MEXICANS HELD UP THE STACE C. A. Magrath, M.P. for IMedicme Hat. choaer as the Conservative repre- sued .-.oon otTeriiig a -.'eward for the sentativc on the House of Commont arrest ot one of these men at least. delegation to the Coronation. h:i I'aso, lex March I 1 -A special to the flerald this morniiiff states tii.i! the mai! stage between i ananed acri .-Mispe was held up by insurrrcio-- Thursriat. and all official mail .ipeneri and destroyed, hue pri-\ate mat! was not disturbed. Letters received here from itisurrectos state that Ihe Madero faction is promKsing lecnuis. homesteads and' pensioiia when the war is over They intend' til contiscati- all large landed�a-' and divilli- ilieni among the servanU.' Willi have fought in the insurrecB*-i-auipaign.  ^ ;