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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta �'MM lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. LetlibPMljre. Alta.. Tliiirsday. Maifli 1�. I�l I. \ limber 80, NORTH DAKOTA FARMERS OPPOSED TO RECIPROCITY STIRLING VOTES FOR IT FALSE Fire Chief is Looking for Persons Who Send in False Alarms Tlic fire clL'i)iirliiiciit Has hfvn .trcat-S)' amuiycfl laipiv In ha^ia,u; falHr �Harms lurntii in. This das happt'iipil iwiir tliih- werk alrrnriu ^>x1^�r(^av *[lfriioon alioiil J d'eloi'L �ii alarm ^vas luiiicd ill liv t'plt'phonc, Tim pariv ayiiiu lhat llicre was a fire at (�(Hills '- or I hp V. M. V. Ji., lias decided lo koeii oiil or Ihp nniinkipal field for ttit? pres-('111 al leasl, Asl!e icl'.i.siil in iiecoinp a candidalp lor l lip Pily cinin (11 al llils limp. I hopp thai whopver Is p|pc1pd will hp in sympalli.', wiili I hp aggrp-'sivp pulley ailoplfd hy ;hr prpspiii pliy eoiinell. pspprially niili rplprence lo eominission rorni of tov ,.. , crninpni, si.reei pai'iig and �i'rept ] ;..... cars." W. H. yirliip has nol ypi decided up a Portion of Fort With Bombs---President Diaz Declares ' He is in Good Health - American Prisoners Now in Jail to be Given a Fair Trial This Year .March .1 :Kirez ni;4hi Willi .' dcHiJdp ^()rf*:'t^ {)[ nrv hiirup sensp as In iisp I Iip fire depart men L a.s a siiiirce is \(�rv anyone shi.nld hp sn ladling In nrdin-' whpihpr he will enipr iliP fipld or noi I'.sincp Mr. Thoinasann h� i hey ki'pl wplj iindpr fovpr. 'i'lii. eniiiiiiK ol rlaylliilii inalpiially li-sseiipil ihe an-^|p|y iirniiSPd hy lasi liii;hl's aiiacli upon I he barracks, when a small uiind of lnsurr(?ci"s "lio had niaiKiiicd in slip thrniiKh the liiips into ilie ciiy de ; inollshpd a poninn of ilie harraiKs with lionilis and effpetpd (lipir escape without i he Inss of lull iwo of Ihidr^ niimhpi- who wprp woiindpd and lakpn' �prisoners. Tile auilioritlPB persist in | 'their declaration lhat ilif V'pdpral iiroous siifi'erpd nu loss in killed and, '! bounded and repeated Uip assuranc'" thai there was no cause for an.',ieiy. It 1b not ihouKlit ihai ilie insurrectos; are near ihe ejiy in any grpai ninii-i hi^rs. A gniiill Land under Caplailij Creigiiion, ihp ..yinericaii. i.-- tlie only I onp repeortpd close ai hand. .Madprn.| wiih one thousand men. is in ihe far j iher south, wlip.re it u said he is wait-' ing lo pffecL a innciion wiili Cro/.cos' lorep of .'�'110. aficr �hi' li ii is rpiinrieil , ilip insurreclos' leader will Ix'aiii in march noriliward lo iIip linrder. All Americans Safe i-.'l I'aso. .Man h I-''. ..\ssuraiiees of Ihp safpl.v of all .-Sincrieaiis now con-HitPd in .Me\iraii prisons is iiiien in an official slaiPinein iss'ipd ai .liiarez lonlshi. Anipricans now in prison will ue given trials in the civil poiirls on charges of sedilion againsi ihp .Mexican govprnmeni. hiii hereafier all in-surreclos. wheilier citizens of ihe f.' nuspiccN lar.eesi force is wi'ii Cii'ii. Opcu-I'rclKhlon. wlio has iiepii aciivp hlliwlns; n;i railroail hi id);p-. iloxorn-tnPiii officials received orders today lo put a slop lo Hip crossing; of .-Vmeri-cans from l''l I'tisti imo 'he ins,irj;eiu lerriiory. Ileporis rioiii ihe Interior of i lie war /.que are Uiai the iiisiiripe Ins are coiiPentrating -.ario'is lioitiis l''railcl�co .MrtVdo. re\niii innary l"ader. (',.1 in>; pans of the engine will hp |)r->teet-Ined h: a shield. .-V iiiecp of arliller.' will be iilH(�ed al the Iron; nf tlip Iopo mnliip. .\ii order h.is hepn nlaeed for aliolliPr armoured ear alsii. Parcelling up Estates .Mp-, M-ircli |i;.- .\ppii,-aMon cf Ihe sii.Kgeslinn made Iv. MInisier of l-"iiianep l.inmaioiir in hildPraHori in prisoners of war. Col, '';ie!Iiir ill command at i iisas (rraiiiie.Si is siffering from vvounds ;ind as soon he is able in move ihe prisoners "111 he niarclied ITu miles lo Chiliua- 11 iii to face the ci\il courts. I: ia said Ihe . iH'/ens of Hie !"nllpH Trade Hiw linn, "H" vv the I niteil iinaniinou. ! V citi/eiis. ih niic "1 liic e\p|- held !i: Ihii^ia'ni 'V;' The ipvuli i -Ma'j:i be sou 1 1n 1' \ ' .11 111 law a led HlC Hppn-lllnli, llnlniaii led Hie alb" e.i-! and aiii'i-.e ip'sclf siiiiiig I nnserv.i �' V-s I r^f. iii..;ini inie am In have been iirom�id by Pipsldeni Ilia-/ loa commillee nf agrhuli iiralisis irom Hip slalp of Hidalgo, in Hie course of a conference a dav or i wo ago. Hip measure to become pffpcilvo after the rebeilioii has ceased and Hip ; financial losses resulling iherefrom have been rpnioved. I-:| llpraldo today � duoled ibe pveciuivp as liaviiia aKs:ir. ed rile members of llie commillee thai Hie division of estaie In riuesllon wn� ! onp of ihe measures which be nropoa-: ed 10 nccoinpliBli in the near fiiliire. Measure Passed : Mexico ''ily. .March I."'.- Tlip mean-I'ire lo aiisDpnd for six- moiiHip i-eriaio ' personal guaraiilees was passed today !iy Hie permanent commission of congress. Trade F�lls Off Kansas Cii.v. M-,rch I'i.' Wliiie Hip iiis'iri'p.-Hoii in Mexico lias nm .-iffeci-ed Irade in gptipial in Hip lii'ied isialps. n has caiispil a big depprpasp in Hip nnnorlaHons of lead and /Inc ori's. aecordins' lo annoiinciinent lUHilp i'y the oflic-iah- of Hie I'. ^. cus-loins oftlcp h?rp inda.'. Thp amount o! ore shiiiped ibrnigli I,:; Paso :o be assa.vpd here has faUpii nff more than I wen I y cars a day DIai; In Good Health .Mexico t'i'i. March |ii.- President niaz was shown a telegram raying | lhai Hie newspaner- conllnup to p:ih , lish reporis Hnn Iip is npnr deaih. Diaz, laughed iipaniiv and said: "Ixiok ' ai me; is no: tiiy j'Oearanee Ihp li�'St ' niisvvpi ll) ili;ii bii" If vnu w:ini.as ! siirHiice trnni niv Ims. Hien 1 sa> Hiat ! I am in perfect liealib. I never felt ' bpiter ill mv life. I .�|ppp vvisjl, pat , well and li:ive u" di.-nrdpr of aii.v kind ;l am iiu eierv moitiiiig liel ween fivil (and s' niloi ainl pvcrv mnining ij jiake a cold baili. I'hen 1 read p,-;;,(;r^j king breakii'Si !n j eaiing il Willi a � Si .uiin . l.JOll i.;:iin , IS.0(111 l.uon Tilii W ater mains liradhig .... ( niici-pip walls I oiicreip walks . Seerting iawo spaces ..... Storm spw-ers ........... l-.lpcirie iighi. eoniliiils cahlPs....................5.1HMI The couiiidl decided t'l siibmll ihe Dylaw fnr___whole .tliiii.OiiO for Hie ii Hidings ai Hie pxhliiltlos grounds at llpnrlprson Park. and NINE BODIES RECOVERED \'irginla, .Minn., .March Latp this afiernoon the wrepking outfit af tlia .Norman mine iincovei-pd two additional iiodios, tnaking nine so far recovered. The bodies were itiildenUfled al the iil�. Wrecked by Awful.' Gale l';rio, Pa., .\[arph Vf-Potir^ EMfo tugs are n.is'ing aft�r the tetcif" gale nliicl' Mwcpi l.ake I';rie jitsi iiighl and llicir .iw tiers hclieVe".-th have been Inst The Llo)d"May^ I'apt. I'hailps I'lirdv. Uprald B,"S^an�|^ I'alH i'. Iir>(-p, lefl Hie harhor Tlie\ are belipvpil In liavp koiic; do'ipji^^ nfl I'lpiplaml The tug .Sw.m, _ and had tn abandon il owing to Hie proiioiinc-pil public fppjiiig in favor nf Ihp larg-pi markets- .Newspaper men and lakpti to CoiiiiE and a charge of sriuiggling idai^ed againsi ihein. i The son. .facob Gobel, discharg-' I ed, hill his failipr and Sparks were oili(T� atlprdPil the advpitised meet leaeli fined Jlon and costs. iiig 111 Hie liiwn hall in lind Ihednnrs cinspd a I I hp liniii of opening nininas McNiilt, M P. (oi Sali-cnatP! rpceupd a IpHpr froir W C I'aynter, Tanfallon, his opponent ai the lasI elpctioii. in wiiieli the la iter savs' "The liositiiei nf Hip govcrii-iiicnl has the suppni i i,f nparlv everv mall Ih this distvici 1 piMSonnlh fppi lhat Ihe 'ileal Liberal pariv has louiiil ilspil 'inn will loMc plain sail iiig Tlie Oppnsilinii iii Pa'.Ilanien 1 re-.cngiiiriiig llie tinning sent iiiieiil. practically abandniiPd Hip ileb.ile this wppk tn adnpl nli-Si i'icI imi laolicK The governniPiil ll.l.^ >pI aparl the whole time of Hip tnmniniis to a lull ditiCiission ol rpciprnciiv and HipmiI-Inp of iipcpssary supplies- The (ippo-.sitinn preveiitpd eiHipr for llirec dais Mcndav iliei lalked (�renrgiaii Hav i'aiial. riicsdav , capi-tall/alinn of Hip C.iiiadian Pacific, ami i "dav Hie hislnrv nf the defniici i-' - Tluil a si like "I ki Is is inev lialib' iiieti cinselv in cniiilii inns .mil ll Is ie c PI! and nllipi ! t inn 'il.it. h.is u.o:i in,:., ih.ii ihiue. s I t'!, I-' I-:. ; i Hi.'i p i: Lan.idii.i. r:ii!rnads have been sinring ii,,i-i l.ui.du-ils nl I'll:'.....nal in iiiillciii.i .i-,,.. AMERICANS SEND HELP GOULDS ON THE BOARD 8i. Louis, -March l.'i -The reaiills nf Uaahluston, .March lo. - i.'ont1nuing : Hie election of Hip directors of ihe Us aitempi. to relieve distress of the j .vilasoiiri Pacific railwav here todav siarviug- millions of Cblna, the .Vrnpri can .NaHonal Red Cross today tabled I.-'.nop CO the striken people, 'hie nion-py lame troui uopiilar subscription, and WHS sent lo the .'\inerlcaii cuiisul-feneral at ShaujUai Iwr dlftrlhuJoji were e.xacHv as agreed upon in a't. vauce. according in Hie Kiihii-Loeb re-pr�seiU-alhe� hore. By ibis ag;ree-mem. Kdvk'iu and Kiiip.don liould, were to serve on tlJe board under eontrnl 01 Uu) Kuiu-i^a*ii direction. i pvpiil. It vv.is I'd here H'.il Hic .....I In Ul-l 1"! six .ii.il evcrv cHnl I is tii' :!ii lea se l his -tni e Ti c � 'pe: .11 ni s nee' lieu- .n M'li-.d.i' .i.;,i in . hii i I'lilv ,1 1 he |>.i 1 ' nl c! 1 liPi w 11 i c. It Is slalcd .\ .slni;.'. NORTHERN RUN TRAIN I g!c >>i .liiV ib.talinf. v\,iiilii cli.i:^c i !lP -.iiuiti;is 1.1 West K..nt(;nav i 1 1.1 ' .11 �il V likt .V all (igieci.icul w .: I he 1 e.i'.ln ll hy \ pi 11 is'. ,ii,.| bj !:..! lliiic ail the '.v.'lk will he .sis-; I" I iieii ami 7 Uilll :i.i .ml I'l Hu-' :� .V ^ \p^' and ' aiiiii'irc dis'iiii' �| lie llill:.-- .iliiTled .1 iv '� ,1 dailv ..-,!- ; p .1 .,: :"' nni' im,:. Won't .\!!ow C. P. R. Oprirtfe from Shelby 1(1 .Sweet Gra.ss to aid Ilia- e.-i nver he ,\. Ii "-e will when 1 lie . Hie lil.iliii'.;c I*: I. ra i 1 vv a > .e il cloiiigi service net ween ir"ii' .-(lid Lei libridse, I !:e .\u; thei n w-ill U'li ai'n n ll.c ' '�II'" 111 Ho i'alL-lirpu 111.-- c ihelr i.'hi.k a.s the A- K. A- I. dnpt 'o Shelby .lunclinn. nu' -.ill pii on a service beiween (ii'i-Hi falls and Sweei (ir.-iss li will be � daily irain wlib a liiiffei pgr. ' I here was nolliiiig very important^ u|) before the Hoard of Trade ooiincJli Hiis aflpriionn at iheir regular weeklis':jl nippilng. Ti'iii lUchardson, the piib-v iicliv niiui. wired saying that he had given iin liii;ie uV liearlnt from Lelll-; iiridge and had closed the dates he j batl let! open lo come lo the city but: il:a-, he was anxious to ,()mc and vvoiildf u-v ll gel a date later. The coimcll;' decided to get him at some futiuieJ lime. .loliii llalsiead, general freight agent tor Hip C. P. 1(., wrote lhankin.g the ; board for the compilinentary refer-:-ni-'s niiide III the relations with the 'onipanv in the annual report. Exhibit at Heglna I he liegina e\liibi:ion secretary . wn.'p r^iiiewiug Hn.' re'tuest lhat tlU Uoard b.'.vp .-.ii exhibit ai Hie Domln-mil p-iiii III! ion 10 lie lu-ld there from ' iiilv :h lo ..\iigiisi 11'. \'a lull ilie prizes .: an givpii tor disirici and city exhibits Hiid spB'-e Is given free. .Mr. Cony- , iiearp iiiiinicd 11:11 the iiecesBlty of iia.ing '-xliil'^s at Hiese fairs lii view nf ihe 'hii that l.eHilirldge Is In line In gel llie nexi Dominion e.vhlbltion 'tiai comes vxesi and Hie secretar.v nipii'mill d ibal as Lpib^rldge wants Ihp su-uiiori of Saskaichewan in gat-iiUR the l>i-> Parmlng trnngress, that wp ?dioii!d give n d assi,T!;iiic(? to this _ : liur, 1 he RpgUiK secrplarv will be � ! Inrnrnied Huil Hie Hoard has Hie ina't- iCity Decides to Fr-lablish | considerallon and will \at ' tliPiii klu"'. inside of tliirLv davij. I The lli-nton \gpiiej ^piii liM bill for S.i'-i for ii'l -er'isiiig In lii^ O'lide. Re- , i feiTPd 1-1 lb- fiinii'-e comm't'ee. Will Ansist Arrange With A. R. 6c I. for Property in East End of City Vla.vnr .Adams and .Aid. Oliver yes-lerilay made an arrangement with ^' I.. .Naisnii'b. -.ipiieral niananpr of Hie V U- .y 1. lor Hip leasing of aome land for Hip alo'res deparlmeni of tlie cli>, and will rpcoiiimenri lo the coiiii ell ihai 'li-' land lie accepted. Thf pi-'ipeiu siliiated east of Hie Ta> Inr Milling Co. pronerty and the spui track runs lliroiigh il. The eiiy can liavi- iwn 'jr three acres or more, i.:ii a lease i.ir morf than a yp.ir eannoi lie given owing In Ihe pxpecied iraiis IPI- of Ihe A Iv. ft I, 111 Hip C. P U .^li'.ii.l 'he cn;inci| adopi ilie rei-'im n"-iiilHMnn. lb." area laken vvili m li'iici'd ahfi a si'iir piil in sn Hon cars can i.e jpf' Hiere uiilil Ibe iiiaieri.i. i ililnadeil and .|is'riiereil where ii ivj r......ireil One to Grow frees for the City gnn. i: S'. . 1 .|. � : " ' . 'T a dR.v ow.'.l:;:. '.'hP ; w-c' ..,(., c '.-hat I' |.i!ai-. ;iiii iiiai-.. |ps. ; he . o:' .'� a, .slir.il's w ill i.f. ii.scd li..,l = vaj-.i il. MRS. ARTHUR MUf-lPHY. Ecimonton An Author of Note. She is the Author ees of "Janey Canuck." a .spark I ling narrative of Western life. ' i '-se is .111 ." 'I ll' .1; 'lit- '.aiks 1 .'SI ei fi;, . Ihl- en ; ncll 111 inn � dis. isf. piii-kK and ho,I ' !'� .'jt- I I " SI ,1 ri a 111.' s(  i'L,. will nw tic 11 c!" �:" ... fio'li SPPdtlliif :..'....: ( '"ii..lii ai Jl'i a 1 bou'i: :�': � . ::-� nsi ll! main: enaii'-" v i.i : .  . -y 11' 'icll, !! is P;.! '1.. 1' : .1 ' ; i.i l: 'V ,i llie trees iii-' dell �!. i!" i:lv "111 nnl cnsi ninrp I ban li.-ill wlia' He .v nnv. :  l.-rrp-l ore nf lei tors w h'eh wore pommluee. The l^avorlte Sloaan �; ;.e i.-.i.i|e'iv cominiitpe reoorted ,. i: ^ sl.jgan ihni seemed best to' 1 ,,i wa-i "\'.hv D-^n': Ynn Coine ia'\ i-.i'.dgp' Thev 3iibniit':2i^ "Eleven:] ners ani'ing Hie besi. Thev sub-'S '-'ed al.-o 'hai the hoard arrange;] �,!' - hhp printing firm to print l)ie:;5 'I'.ii. nil 'iivjilo'is in red ink, t-Qe tioarri to in.v fur the jirlnling,,- Thf' reporl was adonted. (Continued on Page 9.),->ft jj ;