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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Lethlu'Hlge. Alta.. Monday, Mairh 20, Number 83. POSSIBILITY ol GENERAL ELECTION REOPROCin WILL GAIN TEN SEATS IN ONTARIO Estlmal^ of Twonto Paper"- Ai^reement ^atningr in Favoi'-FYuit Men, Workin^nien and Manufacturers Give Their Apiiroval Ottawa, March lit.-Day by day wefk for fnrtlior consideration o( rc-tl]H poiivilarity of the wciptoclty ciproclty and Ihi' voUag of nccpssiirv �iKrp('ir�nt is KrowlnR. Hostile inter-1 supplies. .Ml otlier Rovcrntnpnt hiisi-fsls which sought to Ktampede the i ness has been put aside and if mater-govcniment hv noiny opposition h�va | ial progress is not, ninde it will he (peril, themMlvrt. The Toice of the people of all tlic provinces is now being licard in baskets of letters, tele Krams and resolutioni, simply swamp tng l.he minister of finance, cnthiisi-AitticaUy eudorping the proposal. A 'I'oronfo weekly paper, which as had correspondents trarelling over the province, la.it night estimated that tho LibetaU would gain ten seats in Diiturio as a rnsulT, of the reciprocltv agreement Manr frnil men in tlie due to opposition olistniction. May Refer it to the Country If the Opposition Does Not Abandon Obstruction Tactics Drastic Action Will be Taken Toronto. March 20.-Th� following despatch to the Globe from Ottawa is regarded here as ilgnlficant: Ottawa, March 20.-The government will, by attempting to force supply during the next two weeks, compel the obstructionists to clearly show th�lr hand, and in the event of a continuation of the present tactics and a refusal to pass an Interim supply bill. It might be taken that an appeal to the country would be found necessary to solve the deadlock. The issue In that event would be clearly defined and although It would be obviously unjust for the opposition to force an appeal to th� country before another session, when the redistribution bill would be put through and the west given its proper representation of new members, the onus would lie with the opposition and the government would not fMf the result. RUSSIAN MINISTER TO CHINA IS MURDERED Keporl. 1 f C'oii'ert. Mifflit Lead to War Bet\('een i3b9 Two Countries-Relations Have Been Stra Ined. COLEMAN MINERS GO OUT ON STRIKE, IN THE LIMELIGHT NOW SIFTON happy Montreal, .March L'O.--Hon, ("lifford .'Jifron arrived liorp rhls morning. Ho expresses hts satiafautlon with i.he progress of the reolprociry caui-piijgD. Mr. Sifion speaks at an anti-rpoipronity mpellnft here this erenlng. VANDALISM IS RAMPANT IN MEXICO (Special to the Herald) Coleman, Alta., March 20.-A meeting of the miners of the International C�al and Coke Co., was held Saturday afternoon. Owing to the company, who Masara district who joined the depn- hst* deducted $1.50 union fees from the miners' pay on Saturday, refusing to J tiition of protest three weeks ago ,'hand It over to the secretary, the men went out on strike. The streets are now give newspaper interviews stat-1 ^^^1, ^, ^i^^^, today, lag they r it. f'anadian fruit growets will benefit muoh by an open market " Tlie niiiiinter of finanee received a message from William Alger, of the Bearer Knirting Mills, Alton, as follows : "Asa Canadian manufacturer, 1 ertend sincere congratulations aqd predict Ctnad� will endorse what jou have done " .1, G. O'Don ohue, .lolicitor of the Trades and T,a-hor i^.ngress, writes from Toronto stating that rlie proponed tariff arrangement- will be of incalculable heiiertt to the tvoikiug clas.se� and de-elarns, "Workmen love reciprocity tor the nneiiiies it, has inadr " .St. I'eiersLiiirg, .Vlaioh 20.-It Is ni i Owing to tli� recant breach b� niored here that iVI. Korotovot/.. Riis ! twoes ObiOa md Huaela, til4k Import to aian minister to {d to b� mora explicit in li�r Mylm� North Atlantic station, including vlalts to Quebec and Halifax, has been pre- foreign board stMed that it would sented to Reginald Tupper. son of Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper. Admiral I be prepared to aimounce th� ��tKh-Hawkes conveyed to the recipient the King's congratulations and added on his liahment of Ausaian cotMuUttoa 1* own behalf that It was with great satisfaction that the Mother Country, which piacag specified by RuesJa �nd ftia* had sent out the best of her people to the colonies, should receive back th.tr jp^^^j^, ^^^^ mea�ure� ragardinc 1 THE KING'S PRIZE sons to win priies here. PORffIRO DIAZ President of Mexico. COMMISSION: HERE NEXT WEEK WANT COAL MINES INVESTIGATED \'iini"oiiver, March lid.--The Tradp.s and Labor ('onncll la apijlvinp under tho Corii-ijlnes InvestlgiUiou Act for , Royal CommlBfiloii ro esfjnire Into -lir oi-cratlon ot the coil compin.>^� from BrltlBh Co- chlea's mouopollae In Mongolia whilRh would permit to Rntsian sab; .iects treedom of trade In Chtnesa SoodR 3� weU as iu the good* of tat-: | the parliamentary decks clear thisies last week. I ^'"^vtii^ ,n ,Vorthern| I Mexico to sttch an extent that thous-j : ands t.f noii-c.onibataiits, including GUESS ' The' Herald is informed liy W F. '.Stevens, live stuck coiiiinissionnr for � Alberta that ihe ciimtiiissioii recently ; appointed by the , nienl to inquire into conditions JUSTICE LONGLEY ABLE TO BE OUT^ HaHfax. March :iO.-Justice iMng- cm MAIL DELIVERY BY THE FIRST OF APRIL Bob Rogers says Liberals' Couldn't Carry a Seat In Manitoba \n'erioaiis, are leaving the cniintry.; Americans are allov.cd tu leau' free-; Munireal, March 20,-"!i the ieder-Iv, hut ii(it xvitliniit hciiit; iletainpd by ^ al cahitiet were to appeal to the bands mi ariiicil ijii-n and in such in-, count rv ti,mi)riinv on the ji|iiestioii nf _ .si.mccs l.emn; deprived oi their valii- ,cc,prociH .igreement! not one ' ables, i'attle and horses are taken' , , , const it iieiu' herjdiflerent carricrK' routes are nriapped uithnin re,^ard to ownership and ^^^^^^.^ ^^^.^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ full, out and the post, omn March i :-ilsl, anri .�\prii 1st. It is (,ii the uliiiosi, importance that, the .sheep men of Alheita appear be-: fore the c.omrnissioii at one or l.he other of these placcb and present BRITISH MONEY COMING Winnipeg, March IK-A party of,'*." has so far recovered that he was Dominion (rovcni- British financiers passed through f.hejat^le to be out for a drive In tha park city today on Iheir way to Western; yesterday It is uodei^tood he wlW ask for six months' leave of abMi>ca vestlgate opport iiu-lties of placing | large arooiiols of inonuy for m�nt. 111 Canada as they allecr, the �l.eep indus "^f^' wiU^l^n- and It is antlaipated that he will than iuve�rihe able to return to his judlelar duties In perfect health. EX-ALD. KING WILL NOT BE A CANDIDATE FOR COUNCIL ir. the province nf .Main- I.efchbridgc will likel> have -..... '- ....... treot mail delivery system in ..... ---- swing bv the first of April, Tkese � nou- being arranged for the inception left empty. It, is given out, that dc- ^^.^^^ Rogers minister of were the joyful tidings that were ' of tlie new system. As soon as the nredations are not countenanced by -^^^.^^ ^^..^^^^ ..j^.^^;,^^ ^,, conveyed t,o the Herald by Postmas- carriers' exam.na.ton Papera i.u,^. ^^e ms,n-c;e^ts,^hui^arc p^ disp.tchrs from Ottawa lo the , ,^,,,1 ^nd make such suggestions as r Icfl'cct, that the unVcrnnien I miglit dis- Icgislal mn, etc. as thev sistanl Posloflfice Inspector T ' ......."..........'......... K.K-Ald. Davad King stated definitely to the Herald thig morning that he has decided fo withdraw from tha lies with which the wool and m'lt''^" � aidermanic contest, and will not look for nomiiiHiion on ter Higinbotham this morning. As-j back Iron-, the department everyUunga lawless nleuient not acting in ac-" - |,,n,. should he in readiness, and although cordancc with the revolutionist move phries, of Calgarv, was in the citv  no exact date can be set the mail nient.__ for three or four davs last week com .man ,shoiild be makine liis daily call plcting the final negotiations. The ' by the first of next month. aide. BANK OF MONTREAL TELLER IN TORONTO SHOT HIMSELF loronto, .March 1ft.-\V. Morton iKenley. tallar In the Bank ot .Mont real, Vouga and From Sts., went down to lha baaement of the bank to-. i saw 1' met .Mj- Wilkle on pubMc platform could get no suuport from the news-lJ'Ol, and lbat'� my answer to bta.'' NO COMPLAINTS ABOUT SEED FINE SAMPLE OF WINTER WHEAT troit Citizen Detroit, March lit -\V 1. Fanson. of Abemet.liv, .Sa^k , was t,he subject of an operation wherehv .lulin Wis-ner, of Detroit, a man with whom he was not even aci|uainted. placed himself on tap operating ralile and gave 1 Ki II, MoLM' ,l,itt , ;ii,d lor-inerh oi ijpiie. i-, the \ iclim, according In iliei.iu L'l ennnc automobiles, i,I ;i |)eeu|i,u -e; nf cii ciimstances .Mr Hell l.isi spriiii!. had a couple auloiiioljiie-- uliK-li 111' li'It with 11 !,. Pnuney. ni i Nilgai v Mr Downey, wliilo nut will, n.u- 111 Ins own aulos MAN BURNED ASLEEP IN SHACK up two (piarts of his blood that Fan-� ^i, ;\],,^. 2i\\\\ l,i,i \ear. met The rternld had the pleasure on Sat iiidar of ,seeing a sample ol winter j Wheat that shows that that crop lii . i; the \cry bcsl nf condition liduil ,M'''.-inri. who has a large faiin loiir-ieer, miles east in S-IH, brought ui .i stool of winter wheat which was ver\ healthv' and green son might recovei from the perni- ' cious anaeiiia which held liliii VVith-j out anaesthetics Wisner allowed the' radial artery of his riclil arm to he severed and connected with the left aim ni P'anson, aiul for one hour ami a half Ins rich blood p.ilsecl into riip sick man's veins As the blood cii aciuleiil to :i tiie lie pholied In for ;i cliauneiii in hiiin; ,mot her lire out to 111', 'I'lie cl;;ii,neur, I-:, TT, Mc-(luiie, ' ook line of Hell s aulos to laKe ihe lire to \lr Downev While letiitiiiiu'. Ml Mcdiiire pnsserl .i nc coiilaining II Hoynlon. his wife and three ft tends The horses became Tt had old blades ciliated in Fanson s veins he began to fnghtcned, ran awav .md upset ihe wagon, breaking Boynton's leg, sliak- tnree anri four inches long and new get ruddv and well, while Wisner he- slouts over an inch long The wheat ,, hecoiiie pale has perieci root, Mr McCann sav, y^^^^^,,^ I, ,, ^ ,, ,,,.,p,tal and tt,al the sample is just like the whole ,,,,,, , Winter wheat doing well. ubile Wisner, �ho tlie hest, , scoffs at t.he idea that he has done Fi.ini-, M,MCli I ,s-.\ fire occiirieii with an at iliMcrr.'i on Kridav night wherebv : ;i man 'i iin, d .'^�;:m Woodman lost his lite \ iv.Ai. u.lined U illiam Hlis^eii saw tn.ii I'll- sliacl> �as on lire, uinl as it u.l', I.I;ov, I; lllill Woipdlll,ll' wii� mside lie m, iir-iliately r.iiseil .in �ihirii: A nim;iier of people were Soon iipoi I lie seen' and exerv ciToit was made 111 reach Woodman, hut wiili-oui.suciej. and it was not until the' fire had practically burned itself oir that \\i:iodii:an's charred body was Mayor Adams Gives Explanation-Elxperiment i Test Made ' Fur si-ver.il davs the wulei in the icily h.is liepii ver^ ilinv, woise lha.n ,it K^',' ever been before at this lime of vcar in reply l.o a question rs tri 1 why It was so. Mavor Adams I plained ilin', so far as he could ' It wa,'- il'ie to the ne'R- lilu-r bedf lieinc vet filled with sediment lliev \vere built last fall, thev Immigration Officer Mair Hasn't Heard a Word From any Farmers I medical ELECTION IB TAKHMQ PLACE TODAY ()B;li;nr>' Alta., .March tO.-Tfea |tion for the Alberta Medleal CauncH is being held here today. Tha ballot* will be counted t,omarn�w and the results mada known. The Bam-' oers whose terms expire this year I are: V. S. Stewart, of Calgary; Ra# ford, IiMmonton: Hodgson, Stmtkeo-na, sitmpsou, bacombe; Brett, of Haiiff; Kennedy of Macleod; and .M�w!jurii of t.ethbrldga. ex Tell not When w I- ri- iilli'd uilh '^cipcned gra\el thro'i:li v.l'i''ti I lie V. .Iter |l.n'- ii ' \ He s.i.'d th.-ii lie rioi i-'' Uiiiik it fti.uiil lake more than .i d^.v or t-.\" t'. i.^m- Ihe herls in n.'oil -.l',!;',- i i.i 1.-1 �ateT In tlie ine/O'.'-line il'ev !se t he old til tci hf'i: his large acreage llii-i i'ear. he says shows pi .'--[lei*' he hav S)M"i the eo .rlry. since he came to anxthinii o'll oi i he lomnKUi is covering, his old ln-al'ln bloom. found 111 Uie cellar, iiig up the oiiieri, and damaging the .j.,^^, sriacli is the propertv and was hmseh anil uagon Neithei Mr Dow- f,r,ii.slieil hv Mr.-; Mill, nev 1101 Mr Bell knew nnvthing of' u,,uiliii?n was a carpenter hv i'ne anaii, 'lie laMei no' heiiin in the tiade .ind n.is highl) respected in ithr ullage of Ilillcrest, An iiuiuesl (Continued on Pago 9.) 'uiU bc held uu Monday. �,\' 1 i; '111' ,IS IliUC sihle liowaid case \estci'1.'V iool> a quart (d water and precipitated 'he Solids in it He dried tiiC precipita, lion, weighed it ;ir.d fniii.d ih.ii it. weighed exactly len grains. 1 has Mail, the immigration agent '.c:io has been very active in coniicc-11.111 with the securing and distribu-Hull ol seed grain for the homesteaders L>'' Southerii Alberta, uild the ^ Herald todav when asked about it, Miat he fuoi heard no complaints ot . loul seed lieinii in the oats provided. , He siol li.at If hud heen particiilarly , en ph.i'H" >v i.ei i .'rts!Kiiid!ng wiT,h the 1 Warroad, .Minn. Marob 19.-.'A dis-ilep.irtinc" I ii, ^peaking of the abso-1 aRtro^s (Ire .stnicli the town of Roose Ide neeeMti ,,; having the soed : vplt Fridiiv iiigl.l. burning hal' of cleaiied ir.-im novioi.s weeds lie said ' .'Vlaii; sfcreei. while a Finlaniier, who he would lool. lutn the matter at ' was a giio.sf ui the Woodland Hotel, o'lce and communicate with Mr, Jel-1 whore the file tiarved, was unable to Iv ^^ii'> is .11 iiresent at Medicine | escape .wid perisiied in the flames Hat 1 Owing to the diffloulty of starting The ceeil gram has been disiribuled the fire engine, the Are hall next door at l.di.nts, Milk River anti Warner. ' to the hotel, cau&ht Itrc, cutting oft and is being gi^'ea out at Lethbridge the waiei supply. The fire spread ti'dai WILL 1 alyary. SIT UNTIL AUGUST . .March M -MeCar- V' 111 uaciod BUYS A MOTEL ,McI,eUand, who has 'Uiea '-on-with the Coaldale 1-lotel here tli>. .M. v., was here on Saumlay In tor some tim�. has boughi oui l.he au interview ho m-edlcted the Hou'Se'Queess Hoiel at Royal \'i�w sind of Oommous would oil, until August.'uiUes possdssiou today, rajiidly. consuming, besides the fire hail and hotel, frwo reetiurants, two privaio houses and � barber shop. The loss, totalling $9,100, was totalis uncou'ied b> insurance, the under-, writers r'eiiismg to iiisure any propel t-y in ihr PowD after the distatfoua lju�h (Ire.-, iHbl Call. " �* ;