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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta e Daily Herald m Voliinic tV. Lotlibridjie. Alta.. Wi--|�gain was ofiui-ecl in th adelard lanctot. m. p. Who is charged with using for personal ; town, account material and men of the' Marine Department. tlisirifi. of March 15,-The insurgent army under i'llorv, is contained in a smteiiieni | .1 narez .Actuated by r.^pon ihat Cjeneral San Chez has surrounded Ojin- macio here by file -Mexican ininisior of � witliiii noM fliree vvenlis the Diaz iga and a long range battle has been tinance. In subslancp it is JndicaK'd' government piariK to open np Uie rail-in progress since yesterday neon. San mat the captured Americans, allies of roads to the city of (hihiialnia, and to Chez has demanded the surrender of ihe revolutionists, will lia\,,' to take i institute an asgressive camiiaisn tlieir chances with their Mexieai] robel - -- ooinpanlons. The intimation is strong El Paso. March 15.-"All the United Uiat no preferential trealmeni cati he C. N. R. Ask That Promises Madai be not Forgotten by Government not; W. M. GERMAN. M. P. institute only about them .Madero's force of 1,00(1 insurgenls liasj tie;iiin a I fin-mile march frmn Casas' but in tiie country. I ^'lo OppoMd His Party's Tariff Agree m�nt and uggeatt a slightly modi-fled agreemsnt Thfic iilstors made in ihe Kipp tnv. nsitu dfiil last ni^lii wlieii ulionp Ml i.>f the Imidholdei-s uf ilie distrin 111 the vicinity of Kipii. lotteilier wiili iiiiier.-. ini'fostc.i. biinKint; ilte imm lier lip to over lOn, met in the Kolliiif; liilia ^;ch(^d lioiise at Ihe insli.Kaiion oi the ('� P. I{ to disi'iiKs inartprs Veriniuiiiw: tu ilie lociiti.ju of ilie smi-lion at Ki\>K The .�i..Mirover.s.\ in i on-Di'ciion with ilii- lai-.e iias hceii goiiin iin iioiv for ;i period of ahoui ' two years, iinii it was �lth tne imeniion til effociiis a Keitlemeni stiifHble to .tliem!>e!vr .lohn K. Wilkinson, ol Histcry nf the Case , l., ^vilKinson I'o.. an,I .he Hri' Till, followh.K ^ippears. from fact.- ,^|, t',,,i,,liHn Smelters brought apainsr pleaiieil ai ; iie ineelint; iasi niiihi. id n,^. iiiiinllioii Herald, was coticlnded! 'b. real history o'' Hie -ase: ini!:;-.. ilie \ prdici bein^ no libel. 'I'liis' '.'..''.�'11 Ihe I', P. I(, in I'i'iN wrii disposes of similar soils en b ilill.i.;; lite orcsi'li; Une "c . . p.'ii I.eili lered or i li rei leiied liy Wilkinson! br l;;e .ind Mac'eod, Hv;. p ireh;:si.;l auainsi oilier papers wlei printed iif fioei ilu> lloniinion u u ei n mcni t lie! i j i'di s aboiH Wilkinsons irirchas  of riiili; ol n-a> dia i;oii:i ll> acid~= thi'''iinli m-aile oii'. inclndini; the Toionio (Continued on page 3.) ' ' Man and ICnipire LOOKS AS THOUGH THE C.P.R. WOULD BUILD FROM THIS END OF LINE SOON when he ran us Indcpriident alisl and defeatori Richard Maz.leton. Redmonite, hv .19. At general election in Dpcember last Uazlelon defeated Healcv by -ISR. Court pto-I ceedings were in.stitiued and it was I Bliowti that Ila/lcinn's election had been secured Ihroiiftli fraud and 1ip 'was btiwled oiii tie had hern returned at the .^aiuc titiic (or Norlli (iaiway. iiiiopfiosod, so that hp ro-tainrd his seal lu I he Hou.Ke. (Special to the llttald). Claresholm, March 15. - At njeeting oi the Board of Trade lusfi-night a resolution of intei-Bst wM* one moved by two prominent Ubet-lils, ('. ,1. Brareii and Normoo; Holmes, as follows : Whereas tlv* late Premier of Alberta, lion. A. Cif Rutherford and the member 'o!^ Claiesliolm, Malcolm McKenzie, pub. licly (irornised the electors that tlitjji i'.X H would build a branch into t>;'St; town uf Claresholm, and where�8Mt'l,'; McKen/ie in a communication to tlie' then mayor of tthc town, U. W., wrote as follows: I have a distinct promise that the C^.N.K. v,iil build into Clnresholuk and Qrariurn as well as build across t;he ea^t er'd of the constituency. Be it i in pi I ! .lllll .iriviic.icv n' : h ppo-weri- i iial the yn\ iiiCe tlieir siip-leeiprncii \ Hie 1 prupcin .iiid iiut'on-selililneiil haw been liDiL'cr. while 1 he hiiiitic) iii.iii ,',iii! Ill,Hill 11 ..'Ic tiirrcenient arr,iiii'eMienl w II I ^^a'ic ot |-'.x-.Iiniuc M.icKeii/ie '�I ape Hreton", who lesiiined the de-ba'e 111, the propnsais in parl;,inieut i"-iiL'! t He dealt in ili lail w 'lb i!ie r i;r lid'.iiilajj.e- lo al! cKisve- .iinl I iieci.'.ll;v t''!' f.inninii, coniniMiiiU-tt'ii.ld deme iioin '1 and iiriieii its e..l i'. ."idopl 1(711 liv 1 he I loiisi' ill ;i Icttei to the press. .\ \\ flow f .', Is I' , w hose nan e .iiipearen � -i-.i^ liifi-e on the platimni- at ,i le-iDrniiin iiieclinii called in limsp :, I. !C-,tep in ilpfeal iiij; the ,ii;reeiiieiii s.^S!^.;. real eheel is to sjl^'c I ,n,iiiiac farmer iree entry into ihr 'iiji'iiiaii Mitiil.t'l a^ lie lia.s lo the li.iii-i. ii.arkci-. :oi ins Mirplns pro ihh-t 1' mil e.iiiiilr\ !i.i>. been sleail- il\ iiiei('a.>.ine i al .ind iiiipena ^oiuii steailih baiiKci , minci f..e;iirei |-.,n, bcL-n Milinne'e-, 1 cal ic..e!i sioh llial the s lellou ii 1 be lannei 1 port lllll I \ Si' lai II iiipat h\ u It I, 1 lie I iMi ried out li\ llie Cnniinittpe, III iin la lion IS desii ailmi: ( anndiaiis ami pi ejiidicinc posi I in 1 lie f \ es ol I 111 r inO'iiMoii of llllildin^ trom the l^oih-brnlsi' '11.1 ot ilie Lei !i!,ridjje-Weybarii liii' 111 I 111- near future ean lie jiidiied irc'M 'III- f.ui iliai the company lias sei uiiil I be al.'ormal of the Hallway loniriissioli for ilie location of its Diiir. lit u:i> (ifdi ; No l;;ii::."> ajijii-'ives "location of C. P. R. Weyburn-to-Uethbridge branch from a point in section 29, township 6, range 13. west 4th fvlerid-lan. to ,1 point on Lethbridge subdivision, in section 4. township 9, range 21, west Hh meridian from mileage 400 to -micayc 449.y. of Weyburn branch." �A^ rP'-'inleil in ihe piiiili-ihed records of II;.' (ll i-isionri of llii board. >i'c;iiiii :."i, luvvnsaln i., range 1.'! is ii'imii i'ii:\ mills easi of Lelhbridjie .Ml MM ol (;r:is.->- Lake and ihe ".point nil ;.. iliiridio' subdivision in section 4 ni�ii l.ip ". laniie L'l.' is the location .1' viiiiii'iiia lanciion tmnrably on ibe projecl. as they jndg; III Ibe .�iinoiinr of iraflic ihat would (oiiie from ll.,' ainoioii of !aud no\i ai-iiiall\ developed and noi from tbo; aniuunt wou'd be developed inv I nieiliately the line is linilt. That Ihe company is seri'iiisly cim siderint; eoniitii; into line wiili the de- p.isi year or more ibej'e has bei II a .;.;reat deal of pressure oro'itilii 'o lear on the companj lo E't It to Stan iiperalions at the Lethbridge end. The I.clibriilse Hoard of Trade and the laiidowneis and settlers in the .'oiintry I'l he .-er\ed by the line, ha\e been insisiem in season and niii of .'cason in pi's.~inn fot its inimediaie j *^ires and urgeiii reniiests of rhe poo-roll; ir leiion. Tlie matter has iieen { pie im ere-iied. and of i lie novernniem . "iicrfietkalii taken up by ilon. (i. I' ' is c idem front the fact ibar they I'l.iliam. I hi' iiiinisier of rnilways. i",luui' had the location of the Hue a|,i-whom rerie.s'iiiations weri' made on; proved n.v the Hoard of liailv.ay Ci^m-Ihe snhii'it "ben he was at boi b-| nii.sHioners. iiridni' v.iili Sir Wilfrid Laurier lusi � W .'len It is known h.ii the location summer io' ilie line ip n|ipr(neii. im donbi more It has been in open secret Ihat Wni.! o''elmined eiforis sell will be piir for Whyie, Ibe i' ]'. 1!. vice-president fei'lwanl lopi'i i he eom|i lu.v loiiiuleriake the we-i. h,ii. leen in favor of bnildinu ; the , oust ricl ion at . m c the liin . kinivv ii^ jiisl ns soon a.'^^ Ibe faei that the 'incibjii >'.ii!) 'Ii" Ibe consiiiiciinn of tlie line is gnaran I Ci o-.v line is made at .Mo,nana .I'liieiloii leed. ilnrr wiU be an immense area remuM'S ill.' impression ibat ilie 'A e> put under , roo. iJur the directors in|biiin 'ii.e woald ru.i lo Siirlinc an'l Ibe ea-^i b:i\e heretofore uot looked front iMere into the il'.-. i senior member of tlie l-iiiton lian\. railrofid ci>ntractors. of Ihe C.N K. / A resolution wa. pMMMMl Bxpw�inK 'appreciation of .Snperinteude�4 Pme't announcement tfiat the O.l'.H.. \�3iii(l , build a tinp new staUoB hern ant! .in* slructed the serretarv lo notify ih� , railway eomiuissioners that the buiii. CLARESHOLM ALMOST SOLID FOR RECIPROCITY Board of Trade Endorses the Measure Without a Dissenting Vote - Farmers Strong for it - Board Reorganized I leii lilted has llieit'as..ic uitli Ihi- i no olllel 1. -.line lesii|i Ibe sa; in liiiviiir. ii'iip,ii::aiiiia a III 1-1 ecipr. u it > idt'.liienl 1 be ,mi the lii\,lll\ n f'aiiada � u.irlii .iiiiii-u ill r ,ip .lIlV : eiliL GREAT SUFFERIG1LAEEABOE FROM COL e.e 1 � ^sdiicv . C li , .Match Ifi - pcnple. M'i..eN laden with supplies of 111:1111111s wii.iei ill^l clrisiiiR looil riiiihiiifi have failed repeated I'Mieiee siinvrnii., and ; edh 1" pnTie the ice Hoes which li.iiil'. 11 ,ui\ ilc.iibs amoim ihepeo'choke MiC straits of Helle Isle, the II, ilie batieii Labrador |ieiiinsula ' narrow stretch of water which sep-, ii,'vc been cut olT fiom supplies araius L.tbiador trom the northern Mioillis In iiv^.ai ice field.;. 1ft the coast ol Newfoundland. Present mis- haie r.i.ised iiiiich da!':at;i' am.' niilli-er aceentiiated the -iini-rinf; dUiniiK ihe inh.iliitants of labiarior I'he ir tenor of -N'pwfoundlaiin \xas i omplete-Iv isolated tor d,i>b. sravcelv , ada. but (.Snemal In the Herald). I buesliiihii. March l-l-Over forty III the biisiiiPS' men of i laresholm .It tended the inecLii-:: of the Hoard of Italic liiiiiiiii: .iiii! uithoiil a dlssent-itii^ Wile r:,'!- I-i-ii till- pri.>poscd reci-proeil;. .i..:;i I'll i-nl \vilb the Inited .states liiei'- ueie two 1111 ici.'iiii.' ilie aiueeineiu, but all were uill-.i.j, une it a trial, W A Cornwall was disposed to Ihinh rbp paci would not beiieflt k'-nn-wa'- not averse to giving it. 111 a pies^ III lei \ lev ler. ,1 I onsei\ai H'� i, 1 o;,i,t \ , s! ale-, ''I lie: laile 'i lies 111 I ^...111,1. i'lnilici iim iiiiiiiiitr, lishiini, I) \ P'oi re-iiner in lliiroi .lie ii\e itcii J.1 leiiiI me ,ilii! iii.thii i.iel iril.C Ml 111 n.' i'lll.l 1111:1-111 's "I ilici. indii !! is 1.1 ae; lirel . '11 III |J,ll|li' iijipiise liie illl.l Ihr ii.i' ill licie .iiid in .Newfoundland. I \i last ie|iorls from the S'orth w .|i' wpie �cei'Ppil l.jle last \tll. sa 'i O'i'l ^�:;l|llles ueie almost i"<-li'i . i"i .Hid I aniidreds oi na-I IM . i,..iii.i\ li-lier lolks and their liiinilie^ V. I 11 I'll ilie \iiKe of starvation 1 Ir pe.i' I'd elfnit^ have I'leeii iiiiidi- I'l c.iiiv siic'ciir 111 liie sl.irvins 1 formiies of Labrador people hart vheir ' beiiinnina ii' 1 hr failure ot last seii- son's lishiii'^' eaich. \s a result no ' mone\ u.i'- ,ii hand to buy food and eliiiiiKif; 'o i.irrv (ishernicii and their l.iiiiilies il.iiiiiKli the ri(;ors of the SI", ell- lllll!:.'I., winter .\ bli/./aril uliieli .suepi over Newfoundland and l.abiador last neek is believed 1o a telephone or telecraph nire heine left standing. \ blankei ol" snow-reported in some placet; as beiu^; from 2(1 to 'SO feel deep covered much 01 the ccilonv. and .creat drifts .stalled railroad trains ,(t ni.'inr points It is said ,1 lame hand of I rappers who ucre iiperatiiif; in the ii.lerior seeiion oi Ibe pnniiiei' .ire inissine. Cnless llioy are lie.iid from somi searehinK patties will be scut alter them. a tiial. James Price, cattle buyer, said ii ttotild K-iUtate against thai trade 0 'I. Amundsen, .N'. ."^^ .\ve.rlll. W. r. I^ifchy, F. f Reynolds and othei pronuneni wheat raisers were unani-iiiotisli in favor of reeiptocity. Mi. .\tiuindsen said it can'i 'I'l h- 'oh soon. Mr .Weri 11 .irailed tli.i an avpiufte difl'ci eiic<- 'gre;itlv heneOi. the farmers of West-, erti Canada and is deserving of the I support of the business interest'.s of the country ' The vote resulted in Hi yeas an* ' four did not \ote. The Board was reorganized, with ;T \V t^iiayle as president, N. IToImes I vici-presidont, c. \V. .James, siecre-ihcre w�s j Uii y, and liiiaiice, puhlicit^Anil en-v of sh-licen j terprise cqjimjitlecs. - rW' *i 1 j� �I Number 79 cents in favor of the .\mpricaii wheat grower 'I'he re.solutioii moved hy .f. F. Roy-Holds Rud \V I . Uowen was, "Re-solveil Ihat (he Board of Trade of < lare.sholm hearty support of the proposed reciprocity agree-inunt between t'anaria and the Cnited '"-itales, iiiiolvinn as it does the free e!ichanp:e oi nalural products willi-oiil disturbing the protection now afTiirded the uiaiiiiiaeturinR int'Crest* ol tlu' couiiirv riip opening up of so large a market can't do other than ;