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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald .Volume III.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Wednesday, March 10, 1910. Number 80. THE LETHBRIDGE Y.M.C A. CAMPAIGN BREAKS ALL RECORDS Amount CAMPAIGN FUND Every Team But One Makes Returns--Men Are Devoting Muck Time To the Campaign The first day of the Y.M.C.-A. build- ing campaign was most encouraging. The total reached and con- siderable work was done, that will bring results later. Lethbridge can be proud of this campaign already, for the largest single contribution .ever jrjven to Y.M.C.A. work in Wes- tern Canada has been given to the Lethbridge Y.M.C.A, 'More than that never in the history of Y.M.C.A. has the half-way mark been passed on the'first day. The citizens of Lethbridge are evidently in earnest. We now appeal to you to make the victory fourfold. Let us finish this campaign by Saturday night, and thus be two days ahead of our schedule. That would not mean that we would close the opportunity to give to the Y.M.C.A. fund, but every person in the city can be seen by Saturday night and there is enougk here te> make the fund S50.000.00. Again, let us not only reach the desired but make it as near the actual cost of the as pos- sible. That would be a fourfold vic- tory. There are two reasons why this campaign is ahead of all other_s ever conducted in Canada. Nearly evr- one is in sympathy with the Tiroject and it doesn't take Lethbridge people Ion- to make up their minds. This last point is very helpful as the canvassers are exceedingly busy men. Official standing of the teams at the close of .the first day: Mr. P. L. Naismith, chairman No. 1. C. Q. K. Nourse, Capt. 1.7SO No. 2. C. R. Daniel 3.485 No. 3. S. .1. Shepherd 250 No. -1. F. A. Maxwell 925 No. 5. -J. Higinbotham 2.115 No. 0. Dr. W. S. Galhraith No. 7. Dr. J. S. Stewart 200 No. 8. 0. D. Austin 10.725 No. 9. T. S. McKenxte 200 YOUNG MEN'S TEAMS A. J. H. Kelly, capt. S200 low. Each team is working for tfee mark. Fifty men present at the noon- day lunch yesterday. Mr. Casswell of the (Chef Cafe is serving the lunch- es and'they are splendid. -Help us do a big thing for Leth- bridtre. It won't hurt you to get enthusiastic. RUTHERFORD IS SITTING TIGHT Another Division Was the Same As Before Edmonton, March Ruther- ford administration still hangs on to office on the slim majority of three in the Legislature. Yesterday another test "of strength' was made on Bovle's resolution of Position On Tariff Ap- proved By All Parties Ottawa, March situation with regard to the tariff embroglio between Canada and the United States from the Ottawa standpoint a few new -developments. A general concensus of opinion among the mem- bers on both sides of tke house back- ed by statements received from rep- resentatives of many manufacturing and industrial interests -throughout the country is that the first attitude taken by the government against con- ceding to the United States all or f AN Aft A Wfl I Y.M.C. JL THERMOMETER ft ILL OA1LY RECORD IN Y, M. C. A. STAND VERY FIRM 45.000 30.000 2SJOOO 10.000 IS.OOO too oo 5000 GOVERNMENT ELEVATOR BE Majority In Manitoba House Was Only Seven For Associating Glen Campbell's Name With I Tilt In tne Commons Over Immigration Bill Ottawa, March a uvo seper- stormy scene in the House tonight ate siUings of ihe Manitoba Legislt- demonstrated the nervous ten- the Interior. The latter was com- pelled to unreservedly withdraw un- seemly remarks concerning Mr. Camp- turc yesterday worked furiously and' sion which the jaded members are-jbell, one of which was'that the min- fast. Bills were railroaded through under in the continuous sitt- their stages with a determineUon ing which has lasted since three that bore witness to the gtvernment's o'clock yesterdav afternoon. The com- ZCRO EVERY MAN A BOOSTER A large thermometer that will show the daily record ,of the Y. M. C. A. Building Campaign Fund has been placed on the Headquarters building, Watch the mer- any of the concessions to France under a mutually'beneficial ar-1413 Round Street. arrangement with that country is the jcury grow! only proper and self-respecting for Canada io take. of Nova all bad a short session. John Eng-jScolia or no1' burg was fined three dollars and costs lor conduct. Albert Sch- Itive Firemen and Enginemen, stipu-1 lating, however, that action must he gin without delay. The mediators will come to Chica- go and according to Mr. Carter will not arbitrate the question in dispute, but will determine what shall be ar- j bit rated. If the mediation falls I through, the strike will go right on las planned, said Mr. Carter. ,ent. Staples and Mr, Crosby The work Of making the new filter At the same time a letter was sent of Halifax absolutely refused to per- jmit the consideration of the. bill to i continue until Mr. Oliver conformed to the ordinary decencies of debate. Campbell asked his friends not to urge upon a man who was so unwill- ing to retract an insult to do so be- cause such a man even though a min- ister was beneath contempt. Then Mr. Oliver stated lie made no bed. which is eighty-five feet by for- managers, informin thorn pcrsonal reflcction Qn !oi the Brotherhood's action m re- rcttc'd havi in w J tv-five. teet and four feet deep, is com j such an impression. gard to the arbitrat'ion. "Our com- nlMnri -Ant] all tint rnmnitm tn i'llS entte.U tllC Stormy SCCnC WHICH pieien ami an uiai remains to uijmiltrc again insists, concludes the done is to connect it wells and the blew with much of the speed of the up with the [letter, "that aside from the interests west rn c .cjone pumping plant. The! of the public, there are no other par-j "_______________ distance is between six and seven hun lics in this dispute except QUECBEC LEGISLATURE OPENED ilhc raiiwavs represented bv the man- clred teet. the connection is i i_ lagers committee and the employees :Programme of made there will be an abundance of j rppresrntfd by our committee." r Salaries in pure clear water. The filter bed is large enough to meet the needs of the citv for several Years unless it In a statement given out tonight, the general managers said: "All pros- Roads Policy Quebec, March legisla-. pects of a strike are over. There will "ire opened this afternoon with the increases in population more quickly i be none. Settlement of the whole iusual pomp and ceremony characteris- than even the most sanguine expects, controversy is assured." Edmonton, March to a Fort Edward collegiate institute atjsi1ocking accident which occurred ten Fort Edward, N. Y., was destroyed by' fire early today entailing a loss of with insurance of The students, 75 in number, escaped, but a watchman was slightly injured. The! institute was organized about 70 years j ago by the Methodist Troy conference. miles west of the city on the Stony Plain road, Morris, brother of. John rneelke, a 'boo; black- from Nan ton, i pleaded not guiky to the charge of j vagrancy but was given two hours to leave the city. Helen Rose appeared on the charge Morris, real estate broker, died thisiof keeping a bouse of ill fame, and TELEGRAPHICS Thirteen hundred settlers teft the I'nlon Station, Toronto, for Western C-annd-j. It us estimated "since ;lie first of Che niontih 5.00 have gone morning. ELECTRICALMERGER IS PROBABLE Morris had driven out to the Stonv Plain district yesterday afternoon to Habe Parks for being an inmate of r, K- painter, was elecirociit- house of ill fame. The case was lb-v a Iive wire painting fhe manded until Friday, March ISth, of a 'sifh-station at Brady Ynkc inspect some land and on the return trip a coyote was sighted crossing the road. Clark inmpcd out of the. rig 10 a.m., and the acc'used were let KC 'yesterday, on fifty dollars hail each. Ont- George Scott, alias John Jones, was on the charge of frequenting the hope of killing the animal and in some unaccountable way the weapon was discharged, bin! shot entering Morris' thigh. BUILDING PERMITS. The Dominion Government has ;ak en out a permit for a new Immigration Building on the corner of Ford and Cutbill streets, at a cosi. of J. L. Johnson has taken out. a per- mit for an addition to dwelling on Cut bill street, at a cost of Joseph Davidson has taken out a permit for a dwelling on Ash mead street, at a cos: of W. K. Bender has taken out a pprmit for a SIT5 dwelling on Russell street. CONSERVATIVES ORGANIZED A meeting of Conservatives was tic of the occasion. The speech from the throne indicated that further grants will be asked for primary ed- ucation payment of higher salaries for schools. Larger grants also will he asked for provincial agricultural "col- lege and for improvement o? dairy products. The making of good roads in colonization centres to be contin- ued, establishment of court for juven- ille offenders, and for forestry is also i held in Lethhridgr last evening, when province of Quebec provincial mfnis- [between thirty or forty members of haye bfien .R conference onsi-rvatuv Association. i A government and speech "they have tO ttttt annexation with a double barrellr-d shot gun of in famo- was 1ikcwis' re' i has lhecn selepled 'hy the fire and on cash bail ;o appear I'-vater comnriiieefi of Brockville. Oni.. T. Kennedy has taken out a permit commit In- was formed for j facl He (belonged to dwelling on Burden street, i lne purpOM, Of drafting bylaws S. has taken o-n a regulations and to report to an ad- Brady, assistant captain No. S of the Ottawa fire brigade. shorj be an acCQni. t.i.i'cling prni.ii for a -'.Id.'.-on; joiirm-d mirlinj; to be held nexr, Frt- a dwelling; on Burdett Sr. evening at S p.m. It. was also J. takr-ti on: o fo: io secure temporary office? at-1 :i rosiin.c on and room Xo. M in the the entire load 1Sth" new chief of t.he local brigade. sier Rotul ru-y Block lias been rented, and will he iiiirfi up as soon as the, necessary arraiiEcnii-iits can he completed. AFTER BUSINESS March what it serts is authority lor Pit.tsbiug announces morning that negotiations are ponding to a coaliiion 01 the Westing- house- .Electric anil Maiv.uV-.cujring Cc with the General Kiecn'ic Co. tho dispater. is ,iv closer io confirrr.aMon today tlmri a' t r.ny bouir1. "If it. is jK'hicvf'd, America, will jinol.har trust with a combined dispatch. RRV. RF.FUSKI) CALL Jam Co.. of H. C.. 'h.is'just let foi- douh-' ling its .prosont. plant. Edmonton, ofiicial board, of MacDoucall Church after the death of their paster. Uev. E. E. Marshall, invited Rev. J. E. II11 Alison of formerly pastor of Church, Lethbridge, to take ihf pastorale. After sidering the matirr some days Mr. liug'nson sent wmii i'nai lie I was to slay his term out with MIN'F.R KILLED AT FRANK Y. M. C. A. COSTING REGINA Y. M. C. A. BUILDING COST- ING S65.000.00 Frank, A It a.. March t'iurli-s (lonuan. a miner, was working in the Hillcrest rninn yesterday when a larre rock fell irom the roof, strikinc; him on ihe body, breaking, both legs and bruis- ing him terribly, llivwas eon- tf> the hosoi'a.1 hut died lists Hcrlin. Mar. Canadian housfi bureau- for supplying of informaiiort about trade opportunities in ibi Do- minion has bern opened here. ies in nuarters reveal that (kr- man exporters have lost no TUJIC. moboli7ing for the recapture ;.i the Canadian A trade jov.rnal slates that it has srrvvi.'.i.l: ap- plications daily from German h-iwsys.- and manufaeturers for agents and. travellers competent, to represent Ger man in Canada. Weekly pa- pers today arc hurdeni'd with assistance 'Sections, while mr.ny ani-sps are ar- ranging to send special represent Atixes '.'o work up new business on the ;