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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ifr Lethbri Herald Volume IV. LetUbridKe. Alta.. Moiitlay, Maitli IS, 1911. Number 77 THE C. N. R. CONSTRUCTION PLANS NEW JUDGE FOR MANITOBA BENCH TO OPPOSE LOCAL LIQUOR LICENSE GREAT STAMPEDE FOR HOMESTEAD SPEND TWELVE MILLION IN WEST ~--- C. N..R. to Construct Six' Hundred Miles of New Lines MEMBER HOUSE OF COMMONS ON THE PRAIRIES TABER Big Mass Meeting Called to Discuss Reciprocity This Week Skirt of that Name is Finding Much Favor in London MEMBER HOUSE OF COMMONS DUKE OF MANCHESTER Who has arrived in New York with the Duchess to be the guest of F. W. Vanderbilt in Florida. Will Include a Number of Branches in This Province \\ iiiiiipen. Mnu'li I.S. -Sii William MiK'Kcu/Jc. pri'siilcnl (if llic ('aiiailuui X(Ml licfii liaiiua;, ('iiinparu . it'll I'l'i" Ilic easi fill Saliiitluv fVciiilit; ^ la j St I'aul M'tcr linsr cuiisullal inn \ villi lilt- licails 111 llic Canadian Nm-j llicri. Ii,ailua\ fill u\ii ilaVN Ur has approved 111' ilir appropnal inns Inr e.vli-jisiiui- iii'ii iiir.iriiveiui-iiifi.r ' lie fiiiii|)..ri;'f rail�a\ sv.slcin In WVsltTii I'aiiaila lev ihe \ei\v tu llu' cxlfiit ci� appiPXiiiKiti'lv iamMm' iiiilliDii ijdilars. 'I'hts fiioraioiis sum nl iiiDnci'. llio lai�;i;.sl tlial llir lunsl saiisuiiic oiltsiilcr.s liail lidlieil. i.;\c'ii willi Clarence Jameson, Conservative M. P. for Digby, N. S. HAVE BEST CHURCH IN THE PROVINCE 'I'abfi, iVlarcli II -llic farinfrs, eat-I Icnicii ami citizens ii;(-m'iall\ an' iKil al all salislic-d with llic action nrtlif' lucai Hciaifl fil' 'I'railc in passins; a rcsriliii inn ilisappnn ing oi iciipnic-ii\. 'I'liiTi' is. a strmif; I'ccliii'j, that.: liic icsfiliiticiii'.was .sprung cm the nicriiiit; withfiiil. nulicc and tlua \cry| leu kiii'W that such an actinn was ' cnnli'injilatcd. The niccliiis;;, il is al-I Icufi!, was mil al all represent at i vii ! Ill Talier. The hulk (if ihe penplt;. j are liiiliL in line uilli t lie local tneiu-j I her. Hull. .\. -1. McLean, uh.n has | ,u;iven iimiiialified approval of Viie I |anreeriieni,. I iwcnty-rivc Mcn Eagerly I To. give piihlic npinioii ,i good lest j ; on Ihe matter a [luhlic ineetine; has heen called for Tliursilay niglil, I .Maicli Kllli, at eigiit o'clocli in the j Taller Opera House. The peoplp are i Structure to be Erected .';''^!'o'"r'":^'''f'';:"^ to Get a Homestead Near Milk River There wua a good si/.ed scrap London, March Vi.-Britisli resnnt-iiiicni at restrictions on perKonal lib-� erty promises id rcKiili, in a vigorous [movement in favor of the I^arem skirt. The acrion of the inohs in Vienna and I'aris in attempting to | block the jniiovaiion hy violence has produced a feeling of disgust in London. Leading merchants intend to stock with the Harem skirt aud push i its .sale. Alany letters are appearing in the press in favor of the new fashion. 'I'lie well k.'iown artist, Harry Furniss, says today: "One or more �)f the fashionable portrait painters -should paini some of their fair sitters in Harem dress. "I air. convinced that if the artist.s : and their sitters lead the public will I follow 1 do not mean follow in the J Mass of Rock, iron, Itiif?' and Snow Falls on Men in Mine IN MINNESOTA STAT|I i--- ' 3. Barker. Conservative M. F. for Ham- I ilton East, Ontario. that cads and cadcsses follow 1 women, whether in the Harem or any Here by the Roman Catholics Rev. |''ai.lier [tosenthal, lector ilore Ihe public piilsidc am! are tak-, 'he land otnce this morning. Ihe ligttt i ,jt,,pr new costume, on the public iiig is wav of lining it. ol I he ! Vnowiedfie of the fai-ieachiiig cnler- | Jirise of the railw.iv sj.^lem ol which | ?;ir William MacKen/ic is Die head viil be. distributed iii improvements' Mid 6$ I elisions from the Clical Lakes to the Rockv .Mouiilaiiis. and proiii- 1 licing for position in the line to he ' thoroirihtares with jeer and insults. ---- : first tomorrow inorni-ng wlien ihe ' But more considerate [Jeople could HAMILTON HOTELS I north-east quarter of' it-a-l.-S will he >ce in the quiet of the royal ucadcmv RAISE ROOM PRiCFS , ,i ii-i i ,v how artislic and attractive the new KAiat KLiijivi HKiottiopen for filing. Wheri the oltice open- , .... t ____ of ,, .,, L. ,i .1 - , ' dress is. In the name of common Hamilton, -March 11.-SlartlnB toda\ - n,,^ mornino- there were �itiniil ' , , j .St.. IMinckV. church here, is making,,,,, of the principal hotels in the ' / , ' ' .'^^"'^^ "'t ^""P^' ^he ankle dress as an e.vlensive lour throughoul Kasi - i ^1, � wfre raised fifty cents a da .-. li.e �^O""' : Perinnis'^nt and mussel the chalmg, crii t'anadu His purpose is niainlv 'excuse being Ihe inereasp ihre-it uiod whom were the men who wanted to uncomiortable microbe gathering cos-ti: colleci inforii .11 ion about iiii erior � by ihe Oovernrneiit in the ta.vaiion of.''''' H'c above homesuvid. which is liinie which the. ever designing dress- deeoral inn.-, and liiiishing.s of the large churches in llie l';a,st. which niav be Used 111 ihe liiir-liiiigs oi llie largo new chapel lo he elected hy liis clnireli here iluriiig Ihe entiling siiinnier. The new liiiililing, wiiicli will iie creeled employmeiil to ihon.sands of men | |,.,,p,.,)( ,, , i,,. corner of i llh .\\e. and iHh Si,, S , will be one', of Ihe ciiiirchcs in .Siberia, and will cost in Ihe neighborhood of ST'i.-I flllO II is Iheii aim lo liave lliehuild projccled ju^, idnipleled .ind readv lor nccupa-I anadian ' hotel b:o' receipts. from early spring iiniil late in llu coiriing fall. This .innouncemciit, to-geiiier with the eiinniinus influx of iminignaiun, the iiicii'ased acreage of cultivated iand .ind tlie pl.'Ui.'- of the (ither great '1 Vcl"iis(;ontinantal railway ci^iiipaiiv is H reansonalilc assurance of a year of activity in Western ('anada. 'rhat will exceed Unit ni an\ nlher veni in western liislur\ . .^ix liundrcd n.iles ol new lines, it i.-. aniioimci-d hi liie /iresideiil of llie riliiadiaii .\nr1lierii U.iilway will be I'olisl riK led li\ till' com])nii\ s cmi-sirucline deparliiicni during the pres- TWO TOWNSHIPS WILL BE OPENED lioii 'ins fall. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS \ man named Metiregor, nf l-hii-!son, .Mn , jumped off tlie tram mi i'-^.nei'ial lo the Herald), .-|.-.fja'VU{;rt ,,iii m exiemlingi  ' " '!;:�;:':::.,:;:;o'-8ani-e campaign op. r..iW�S�'.l9'! posing Liquor tries ,111(1 selections.' .-Xpril 1. HIIL ' .-S letter jiisi received from the Great i''alls ollice slates that township 37, range ~, is lo he open without any I reslrici ions wlialewr: but. In ihe ed to ,1 pulp hv an aulomobile, : ,,,, ,,,,,|,|, ,, ,,,^,, Marv Kohmaii, of r mcinna t i, j , ^ ,,^,,,,,u-a on claims pieviiais lo .luiic 27lli, 1010, will b(^ perniiiled lo make filings under the land laws. On Ihe dale specilied, the township closed lo entry for reidani.ii ion. M being understood that tlie pioi 01 giouiid to be watered In the proposed 'government ditch from llie '-^l .Mar>'s river. The 3'2()-acre .ict will appiv to hoih lowp .hip-. MiKi of the ^Innd has been ajualled upon. C^ualll'ied siiuaiiei- will haw- !Ui davs' preference imh' ,i['er .\pril Isl to make filing. This aclion mi,ins much to Swell (i'ass. and i he development of the coaiiirv sun oundii'g. Iiraiiilies of the lioir.ininii Rank. .\nlicr-- hale Ueeii issued sa\ing lhai civil service ix,immaMons will be til-id s'. an iiiiJ; \lav li, al a nuiiiher of i',inioliaii ciiies, II.eluding .s.iull So, Millie. Toll \liiiMl, Winnipeg, liirniiinn, liegina. .'-la-.k.i 1 uon, I'.il-g.irv . kalmon! oil. Velson. Vancouver anil ^ lei una. about three and a half miles cast oi Milk Hiver, being a caiiceUed preemption. Hut many of thp men want ed to do business in Ihe ollice this morning and so i lie olfiee Stan had to ; put Ihe whole hi'iich mil on the side- ! walk so as to Iri ilicsr m lirist. That | was when the f ,n, Fvery lime a man was hi r.ilo the alleyway there was a '.ir.ip lo he next,, as the men were not sure who wouhl he Ihe lasi m ;:,o.,e doing their todav- Tlie ^eiaii])ing lasted quite a while, hill lii.ahv all who wanted into the ollice . their lickels came. It wa': .i rough and tumble some some liiii.jps wen^ given, all ; sorts of s'.r.ii;.:'.'-holds, half-.\'el.sons, ; scissor h.ol.!-, ,ii li everything else i known in wre''ers and football plav-ers was hro.i i into play. The net result was Mm' '' \. Hunt of Milk Milk Hiver. i'm'i.i I'd to gel to the of Ihe Ih.e drag.giiig man vviili hi:', wim had his arms around Mr Mm :',- legs and his head between hi,' I � � The men who are after llie ii i'li with their helpers are now in line lo stav until fofcior-row. makers invent." WILL TALK OVER ROADS AT COUnS AFRAID OF THE NEW GRAIN BILL Terrible Accident Occur^ I to a Party of Track Layers I � ,_ Virginia, Minn.. March 12-Pi**'' .| hundred thouiand tons of iron" or�,','-. rock, earth, ice and snow canit^; down -^ upon tliirt.v track-layets|in the No�. I man mine here about sijcrojclock an^ U. S. Elevator Owners in I '^^^^"'^''"-v evening. The ritftlnbcr ot a line inmiei e | si.ilii-"d. iiioiiired (in ax and si.'-iicl-his eigbieeii-nionih-olil lialiy on '..e head a.-- ihe child lay in lier inorh"i''� arms. 'I'lie 'ilnw nii-ned ihe skull luid the child made uo oiiterv. inn Ulf mo ilii'r vvn- awakened and .screamed. Deloraine Lawyer is Ap pointed to a Vacancy al Winnipeg Winniiic'.., M'lch l.'L-deorgi' f'atei- will he ill next Friday ready to ad- elevator men did not wish In mix - \aiice their claims .Much rejoicing grain or in evade ihe l.iw in any 111.II llie machinery for load improve- wav They wiinled lo do business iiient is at last in n'otinu is expres..- 1 d. jiairs to the track, .^bout thir^' were in the gang Those who ha^/ the foretlMiught to run in a weste^lj; under the law and .-icrordiiig lo law. direction were iiof injured. son, Oi lie Oi COIllllV .lUll'l' Hon 11, V on p"!!' in: he h.,- Ill- 1. fairs iu i.i;. i 1 y vea is :� i a!le!::pl- lo h.ciii ,. : .' eleel'uiis ii 1 lie. JKis been appointed '.ere iii Slieci ssion |o i'l- r, who ri'iirel i.'V. V er and ioiii n.ilisl � :m,.;neiit iii puhlii .ii-i' :e' lor ne.i r! v t iven-ir.a'le two uiivnccejsiiil WALKED AROUND WITH BROKEN SKULL Toronto, .March II.--Tlinl .Lis. I!, : Hendei'son walked around for a ila,-with a fractured skull was disclosed in t-'oroner young'B inquest yt-Kierday. Henderson died on �'Sunday arternoon after an operation. He had fallen off a .street ear on Thursday niglii. Oii bill the) wanted i he law made so , itial thev cniild continue to do husi- II I"-, s �111 p..ilia!i,e"t :ii llie i-'rlda>^ he was up and about and n-c-u r Pih'i and Ihe federal down lown. The was ad.lourn ' '�1^ ,ed unlil the Mlh Insi. Five Bodies Reeo\ereii Virginia City, Minn , March l3,-�t Five bodies have been lecovereri at ' Ihe scene of Saturday's disaster an�i nine workmen are yet to be accounlv-ed 101. Officials say thiit total auH ouni of material that fell was not! iinoie rhaf '^0,000 tons and they .-idif I I hat b\ the removal of three t.hou�� ' and tons, bodies can he brought out. '>'i/-> J . \/I II I 1. 1 II is expected that all will be r�cov- .,' C^ardston. Man Has HiSje,,.! by muinigi.t todav. I..i ifiei i 111 slec! W ill ".Uie! .l�nd heiween Heinei i;(,d Gi ai|jlv.iew,. "Whei. will he ilie iiegiiiiiiiig ofilns piiiu ino'.is .imoiint of work '�'' ,sii Wil liam w.-i- .asTved. �''I'tie moment- ihe season opens." w,,v tlu' answer 'I should suppose it '.voiild he -sonif; time in the hillei p.o 1 of ,A pril '' ,'