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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Monday March 21.1010. RAILROADERS WILL GO ON All Hope Of Peaceful Settlement Is Given Up Chicago, 111., March strike of employees ot forty-seven railroads seems imminent. When C. P. N'cill, United States commissioner of labor, met the representatives of tiie Brotherhood of Railroad Firemen and Enginemen aud the general man- agers of the forty-seven railroads to- day a peaceful settlement appeared, as far as ever. It was generally believed that today's meeting would be the last of the'conferences. Mar- tin Knapp, chairman of the inter- state commerce commission returned to Washington Saturday night. It appears that he hasi given up the mediation conference as hopeless. Y.OTOIOMETER Number 84, RAISED FLORENCE K1NRADE WAS IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, (March Kln- rade with her husband, Wright, are w the city and stopping at one or the leading hotels, registered un- der assumed names. They arrived (here from Hamilton on Wednesday' j morning. She lias been -recognized by several ipeople, although she would not tflm she was 'the heroine of the famous Hamilton murder case. THE FALL OF THE PREACHER'S HOUSE Nlagara-on-the-L'ike, Om., Mar. 20, 'working on the roof of tlie Anglican rectory part of the roof on i Made which die workmen were standing gave way, letting the occupants to the ground thirty feet below. A. J. Armstrong, plumber arA tinsmith, sustained internal injuries'which may prove fatal. THE NEW Y.M.C.A. THERMOMETER COLIN McLEOD TAKES A PARTNER GREAT SUCCESS OF Y.M.C.A. CAMPAIGN Nearly Raised On Saturday-- Great Excitement At Headquarters --Standing Of the Teams March S. Gray, S u- A- L-'L.B., who for some time was Necessary By the connected wj-lli the firm of O'MulHn Great Success On 'Barristers, etc., of Halifax, Saturday IN- has into partnership jw'th lilr. Colin .McLeod, .barrister of The -new law fmn wild under L'lie name of McLeod DAILY RECORD IN Y. M.C. A. 000' _ .________. ._ j CAMPAIGN FUND t 'and Grav. WINNIPEG EDITOR HAS BEEN ARRESTED Winnipeg, .March E. Colling, editor of the "Live a weekly publication, -vra. sarresied Jaet night and held on heavy bonds on charges of publishing and circulating obscene literature. Thas is a new pub- lication, -wine.! has exposed grafts in this city. The case will be an interesting one as Colling says he 'will finght it to a finish. The fifth day oi the Y.M.C.A. cam- selected by Rev. A. M. Gordon at paign went beyond all expectations the Sunday morning service in Knox and thc sum i of was recelv Church. As a special thnaksgiving ed, bring the grand total upto the hearty response of Lcth-1 934.00. Said Mr. Thomasson, "1 bridge in the Y.M.C.A. campaign he j have had thc pleasure of helping in took for his text, "Then thc people! v. nmcteen campaigns in Canada, but rejoiced because their heirt, was will with non-union employees at-the mill this hw.n x f T uieir nean, wii.s nas oeen the best one I ever saw ing." i of Lethbridge and district) He referred especially to the very proud of the results, did cooperation of all INJUNCTION WAS MODIFIED Plattsburg, N. Y., .Mardh temporary injunction recently obtain- ed restraining tlie striking makers of Inrerferdng in an ;r szzzi sr-s 21 ss jto continue soliciting funds until the'incss of the city. (it is more Sb'O.OOO mark has been, passed be'.'blessed to give than to receive so all cause the building and equipment will >-who; gave will be blessed for helping cost fully Wc are .anxious to do good. to have thc entire cost of the .prop-'1 He was pleased that the churches! erty covered by subscriptions; when had united in this work which could, j inc. building is opened in be done better by cooperation than j VM.C.A. committee wish to ex- by each building an institutional breakers from taking their places. WESTERN CANADA prcss hcir sincerc Held At Moose Jaw day League Opens May 4th -xs to the church. He was pleased with the I churches, the press, the workers, the hearty response from Knox congrega-'! BctaKom. -Moose Jaw with President siding. The representatives present as follows: 'Lethbridge, Ben ton Hatch; Calgary, T. A. Hornibrook; Moose j such a-great success and trust that paign. He had found that it was jthcAssociation may become a potent those who were most liberal in their factor for righteousness .in the com- response- lo church appeals who were .munity. men coming to our also liberal in helina the hospitali and ________ !clty m lhe future will, know that theT.M.C.A. for Christ is the source i we arc interested not alone in the of all generosity and rmVcc The springfeting of the Astern jmoney they can contribute to v lo'at good Canada .Baseball League was held prosperity of the city, but deep-! During' thi evening sm'icc ly interested in their physical, mental ley Church Rev T P perrv ana spiritual welfare. a prayer of thanksgiving fort Official standing of teams Saturday .did God-given success of tha Y.M.C. n'gkt: !A. campaign and invoked the blessing Mr. P. L. Naismith, chairman of God j.n lhc work of the Y. Jaw, Ralph waiUey; Winnipeg, A. M. J' G''K- :M'C-A- amonK the young men of Lcth vr Daniel No. 3. S. J. Shepherd No. -1. F. A. Maxwell No. 5. .J. D. Higinbotham No. 6. Dr. W. S. Galbraith No. 7. Dr. .1. S. 0. D. 55.000 T40.000 25.000 i '15.000 NO SETTLEMENT IS YETJN SIGHT Carmen Issue Statement Telling Why They Refused Company's Offer -All Efforts Futile March (Mayor Key burn yesterday added his efforts to those of the other influen- tial politicians wfoo have been striv- ing to secure settlement of the street carmen's strike, the trolley men are still -holding out for terms which will include the recognition toy itttie com- jpany of only one grievance commit- THE Y. M. C. A. GENERAL SECRE- TARY Blackiburn; Edmon-ton, F. M. Gray liegina, A. Smith; Brandon, W. G. Medicine Hat, William Cousins. Benton Hatch of iLethbridge acted as secretary of the meeting. An expression -being asked for T s gardmg the coming season, each re- xo 10 rjr .j presentative declared that the 'cityj represented by intended to re-j nuuin In the league for 1910, and that! prospects for a successful season] seemed better than ever. The schedule -was not definitely de- cided upon wish the exception that, tlie season will open on the first Wed-i nesduy in May and close about Sen-' tember first. A schedule committee! 'will settle minor details. The president was given authority! use iiis own judgment in regard i ;o umpires and not to be limited as to hriclSc- Mi' spoke briefly of the great attained. WHO WOULD NOT E. Covering 2.39ft 1.33-1 A. YOUNG MEN'S TEAMS J. G. Kelly, capt S339 MARRY THIS WIDOW: Bnutleboro, Va.f ilarch Mrs. Harriett B Howard, a dressmaker has been notified that she became heir- ess to 51.000.000 by rhe death in Dublin, Ireland, of her grandmother, Savage, who left B. 13. L. Cope C. D. R. Ware D. A. L. Johnston E. F. McBcth F. A. G. Virtue 505 553 345 855 j Alexander .Scott, foreman for Man- jitoha Cold Storage Co. was caught in a fly wheel ant} 'dashert to death jat Winnipeg. ic was this demand -that caused tad lock 'between the company and he -men before the strike was declar- ed more than four weeks ago. The committee of ten Minn-- March DOWN THE CANYON Fireman And Brake- man Killed Near Creston (Special to the Herald) Cranbrook, March morn- ng the engine of a freight train while backing, ij> on the switch at McNcilUe Siding near Creston, left the rails for some cause unexplained at ihis .writing and fell about fifty feet down ihe side of the canyon. The fireman, Arthur Ford, aud one of the brakemen, Dan Orden Camp- bell, were killed on the spot. The en- gineer, Carson, was flung out of the cab and fell into a water hole, where the engine passed over him. -breaking his leg in two places. He was brought into Cranbrook by the east bound pas. senger train and was removed to the hospital'for treatment. The bodies of the dead will be brought in by the next train from Kootenay Landing. WINNIPEG FLYER LEFT THERAILS Two Killed And Several Ser- iously Injured Oo Great Northern dent of tihe Amalgamated Association of Street and 'Electric 'Railway Em- ployees had returned from a final con- ference in Senator 'Penrose's office. where ihe .had gone to inform the sen- Februar union. "As to -the other men return-ing -to ator that .the local executive com- mittee of the striking car men had voted against accepting tlie (proposal. Great Northern "Winnipeg flyer, north- bound, left the rails one mile .west of Roger, Minn., at 6.35 tonight. Se- ven cars went into the ditch, the engine, baggage and mail cars over- turning and immediately catching fire, SAD PLIGHT OF A endangering the lives of a number of Passengers who were caught in the [wreckage but who were rescued. Engineer Michael Conley, St. Paul, who had just sold his farai in WSmii- {old places but stated they agree to pay them two dollars a duv and is returning to his old home would in England, was picked up late last E. M. Ti-iOivirtbSON WHO CONDUCT- ED THE CAMPAIGN LAST WEEK. HERE ight at Pearl and Pine streets bv nntil such time as they could receive Patrolman McGuire. -McCullough runs that .vould pay them dhatWandertn were badly hurt. A relief train was cri were Mrs. B. Bennett, Drake, N. D-, a Pullman passenger, back severe- ly wrenched; Charles Weidman, St. Paul, travelling salesman, side in- jured; amount. But this provision would take from the men their rights of sen- ENTHUSIASTIC TREE PLANTER IN what salaries they should receive. Capt. Austin's team lead with thc' A. W. Kruger Of South Dakota Tells Of the Benefits Of Plantingbkink Stare" Lavakc' of dolph, Kansas City, ofSces of president, secretary total, securing S12..50K, ar.d hospital, said he was hurt; Joseph J. treasurer were combined and Mr- Daniel second with SY.9G2.. and' Trees In Southern Alberta And How To Do It if rom catalepsy and took him to the 'Wabash St.. St. Paul, Mr. A. W. and treasurer were combined and Alr- Hailicl second with and President Eck-storm was "empowered Mr- Nour.sc with as third. nnd all matters pertaining'to business holdsfirst place among the young men and "who' of the league will be attended to in with A. G. Virtue ami team second, jwith R. Ware a dose third. The made application for'young mm worked hard and furnished OUnt of Iand t n thc up a large am- of In done to bring about better condi- tions by his advocating great victory made possible demonstrations of by his cooperation with that of thejon !hc prairic is hospital. Regarding the planting of trees and I and by observing how others raised j h" benefits that had been attained in !trees in this prairic country. The! NORTHERN INDIANS is home stale Mr. Kruger stated. method wc used is as follows: After I HAD HARD WINTER TREE PLANTING ON THE i breaking the sod wc put thc same in-j Dawson. Yn.. March Xorth PRAIRIE to crop the next year. The following, West .Mounted Police expedition ai-- W. Wilton, shoe salesman, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich, right hand aimlessly in the middle of'badly cut, two arteries severed, suf- the street m the attitude of prayer. from loss of blood; Carl Olson When questioned he was unaWe to mailclcrk. 811 Aurora St. St Paul' answer a single question. At the sta-jback sprain.nl. shoulder wrenched and Finton, mail clerk St. Paul, back tamed that .position for half an hour, sprained and shoulder bruised, pos- He answered all questions with a siblc Internal .injuries; Allan Ran- Mo., farmer, Ortman, 475 fireman, back wrenched. "Our experience in planting trees had spring we plowed the first five acres riving from Fort McPiierson at the WINNIPEG MAN DEAD IN TRIESTE AUSTRALIA Winnipeg, .March Doidge, building contractor of this city, died at Trieste, Australia, yesterday. The his own slate Mr Knieer has a franchise but as there was no va- a great deal of thc enthusiasm. Let !much to brine about bMinr ronm u cnncy tiheir application could not of every one shake bands with himself ;tions h h" d- ibeen vcry lintl1 wc up out four inchcs the'mouth of the Mackenzie, brings of the deceased ca- conrsc he considered. lover the crcat victorv made nossihln and practlcal jour rcsirioun- in ibis state. It is I most of it from to twelve in- that 7S Fort Rae Indians of cbe.Dogrib jble message from Mrs. Doidge, who j tree planting Wp saw it (iono jn Germany in cncs deep. Wc prepared it the same tribe in the vicinity of Great Slave iwas travelling: with him. This was anxious to sec our earlier years, and carefully ob- as we would for corn, four feet square l-'ke died this winter of starvation.i1he firs: intimation received here that TWO SMALL FIRES YESTERDAY !0tSy in thc afternoon thc lhc famcrs did St in lo bOXel-: mark was reached and Chairman Nai- nc-sota, but our practical experience i and ash seeds, cottonwood cutt-j smith uirnrd in the 1 wo'Si 000 "sub ftl South Dakota' Mr- Kruger said; was obtained by the raising of two j ings antj a mixture 01 small Ascriptions he had. One of these was in an morning, that, ;tree, claims her, in South iirom Dr. F. H. Mewburn i one wouln hardly believe the that, great 'change in thc climate of that state since it has become covered with groves of trees to what it was prc- came m about. 12.25 yesterday and campaign went on the men dropping niifards prcva- the brigade had a short fight with a! business for the time At the head I Y and thp ad" dttional moisture in thc soil is rc- s other was an The fire brigade had nvo nms lhe A. R terday and last night. The first, call' lota] thcsc was and the additional thousand T. Co. making- All afternoon tho TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS L. ,ind Mrs jdocoaasd was not in best of health. 1 small prairie fire on 'McDuff street. Quarters there was regular election near the Athletic blaze; excitement as thc returns kept runn- was soon extinguished before any inR up one thousand after another damage fiad been done. j the mark was reached two o'clock this morning an-'the crowd got out into the street other aiarm was rung in from the Owl gave thc first Y M C yell ever l IS dining car. The gasoline stove in the i heard in Lethbridge. 'it marked the bC car exploded and -when the brigade'accomplishment of a great enterprise arrived the car was 'burning merrily.! that will work out for thc immeas- What. was left of it was saved wi-thout jurable benefit of the city, much trouble but the car was com-} AT THE CHURCHES 'Now thank wc all our God heart and hands.and voices, a wonorous thing hath done, claim act such as was force in .South Dakota would be pletely tatted. One of the came very dose to oeirvg seriously He escaped .with a badly Who burned turned hand and had his coat burn- ed off his back. In whom this world Such was the hymn of thanksgiving in a method of securing the planting of for every homesteader to plant five acres of trees and have them growing before proving up. The results that had been seer, iti South Dakota would soon follow here if thc farmers went in lor thc planting of groves of trees We would soon see an immense trans formation of this province hist as t ,_ COMMISSION SITS MARCH 29 J, see which would do the We cultivated them corn to keep down the weeds and ier of the opposition is to be a guest; preserve the moisture. Wc found of honor at a Conservative banquet. I Mr. Borden is to speak on; the same, as i March 25 ami Halifax, where thelcad-i LOSSES THIS WINTER Ed-monlon. firs-t session of t lie royal com- to inquire into cer- details in the relations tbetween the government, or any member of or any mem- ber of ;he legislature, the Alberta and Great Water- ways Railway, will bo imld in Kdmomon on Tuesday, -March i that on the deep plowing we suffered :only about half the loss that wc oid Boston, Mass., March hua- The Northern Construction Com- Jt Ltd- of with a cap-jdred and twenty-five persons perished _m thc shallow plowing, and thcdif-jital stocx of has been by shipwreck and eighty-three wls Jerence can be seen in the trees ted. The company will acquire'met with disaster off the New Ene- nfl V ITS l xvt _ ing. much in favor of deep plow- i the business of Alex. Mann and We found that thc box elder, Archibald C. Cameron. and cotton trees proved to be j Rev. S. H. Fxlwards died Sat.urday that; afternoon at his residence in St. j George St.. Toronto. Deceased was 21 The legislature adjourned shortly after noon on Satur- day for fwo months and most the hardiest of them all, and trees were preferable to seeds. The next two years we planted ab- i a retired Methodist minister and was out eighteen acrc-sjmorc of trees, thel5? years old. best wc could get from the nurseries j M. N. Tobin, we found the better the trees thr i by acclamation to the position of more profit-able they were. We cul-i-Reeve of Whitemouth municipality, tivatcd and replaced the dead ones, un-i'made vacant by the death of T. H. of land and British North American coast or while engages in the New England and Canada, nr Newfoundland trade during the fall and winter sea- would made to thc Mr. Kruger said. Then we mulched them (Continued Page 5.) son of 1309-10 which ended at 7 a.m. today. Of thc S3 vessels past ashore, jsunk, burned, or involved in other farmer, was elected mishaps, thirteen were steamers or tugs, one was a full rigged ship, four were barks, three barkentines and six- ty-two schooners. A number ot barg- rot- W. H. Cousins, a farmer, out of these contests owing lo ill health. es were lost but they were not Includ ed in the list. The financial loss ex- ceeds ;