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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volniiic IV. LetUbi'idtre. Alto.. Tilesday, Maifb 21,1 fHI. Ximiber 84 CARDSTON Now in Reciprocity Army MEXICANS FOUGHT BY MOONUGHT FIELDING to Speak at Montreal PUT HEAVY TAX ON CONSERVATIVE& ARE AFRAID TRANSIENT TRADERS np HJLL VOTE OF THE WEST CARDSTON LINES UP FOR REaPROCTTY TOO Criticism Offered to the Professional Sales Agents AT CITY COUNCIL Agricultural Society Eager; to Start Erection of i Main Building STRIKE President Powell Says the Miners are not Looking For Trouble Trying to Force an Election Before Census is Taken-Fear Increased ; Membership in Prairie Provinces Obstructing the Voting of Supply -Fielding Will Reply to Sifton and Lash HOPEFUL lies ami a refusal lu iiass an interim Tlie c-liy coiilicil mei m regular ses-�iuM ihis alleriiooti wiili a\\ iirescut h ;i Aid. Sage. 'i'lii.- rirsi niriiier iak�n up was au Uiif'r\lew Willi ('. .1. lOrUstoriii. prpai-Ue of what Fidmonion is spendlnR j u ill iifii striKe until ahsoli.ielv driv-(Ml its fair, llie � people thinK." said - fi M. Ilaleh Mus niorninn- "T was 'out lo mv farm yesterday and ilie i ; top-..(iil was heninmni; lo i;cl a little too dry. So that (here was ilani!;er of the u iiid uneo\ering the roots |i) This would cause the less liian two weeks auay and lure's endorsation oi ihi' reciprocal '^'"^ I agreement and by cnmmunicatioas , r , in Toronto, 'hcj daily reaching all members lu support , lied IJeer, will 9,ivina. Its sole atten-|o[ it. The corporate interests in ; meeting. is so important. Hul with this warm weaiher ,ind Ihe moisture last ni(;lit the winter wlieat crop should get such a start, and ihe roots such a i good hold below the dry-line that Dr. I'lark, .M.P, for I noihing slicut of a phenomenally drv ton In .Montreal and '/,, .\. l.ash, K, speak at the summer will spoil our chances '' This is cbeering iiewB. FAVORITE WON THE UNCOLNSHIRE HANDICAP : ONE THOUSAND MILE AEROPLANE RACE .Mil. Oliver tlioueht that Ihe city could do in this ease as tliey have in other cases of local improvements spend the money and get the authorization of the ratepayers later Me tiplieved the contract aliould lie let ui once. The bylaw is sure to pass. The a\ hcav\ Ireipht |-a1cs In, the ('. 1'. i;. and big profits to middle men. The mntier of iraiisieni traders and sales aiicni.s was Ihe first matter lo-eseiiied. These men come in. rem .�1 siore for a shori liiiic and dump 'licir goods on ibc ii.iblic lo lbortanl change in Hk lime tabli^ i that will be appreciated by the travelling public, instead of A. II. Ai f ! through passengert; luivin.s in wait itroni '2.1'), to ,"1,011 p.m. for a G..V train, almost direct eoniieciinn will be made. The (I. .V. train will leave : \irdeii at 1'tu hereafter, arri\ing at Ci-eat Falls at 'il-'i p.m. Presidio. Texas, March 21,-A moonight battle last night on the bank of the Rio Grande enlivened the siege of Ojinaga, The battle was short, the federals who planned to rush the insurrectors' line quickly falling back to their original positions under the fire of the rebels. Anllcipatinr) an attack from the rear of the city, the besieged traops for an hour kept up a fire into the bushes. The insurrectors �t the time were beyond rifle range. For two days the federals have been unable to get supplies from the American side of the river. United States custom* officials refusing to permit exporting except at the river ford and that is under the guns of the revolutionists. Crowds of sight seers come to Preildfo every d�y to witness the daily battle. An enterprising Mexican has arranged a bush grand stand, ROAD IS BEING A FRUIT LAND SYNDICATE London. March 21.-,A meeting today of the Rrilish Columbia Kriiit Lands I,,td,, Karl .Arrol said the coin nllT IM CO mi? '''"'^^ pushing developments 1 UI IN UllAl t isellins;- laftd. They were : ll.i\ing ir-i-cucd ,1 lot of Coniplrtiiiis froir, farmeis neitlug g.ivernineiil seed gram a! id-iit,. Milk I'.iver, Wainer ami laber, W \ llnclianaii. Ml' I' , Couiiiiuiiica Icil Willi lion Duncan M,ir shall loil.n .idvisiiig Ijim 01 ihese i oniplaint s. 'Ihc ilisu Ihnlion of the sei'd is done liv llie Diiiumiiui nepart-i'! ,\gi iciili 111 e, but the looking, Ihe w eeds is I he u ork o( 1 he iiiriied off ii will cost prowiicial ilepanmcnl, Mr, Marshall .-.aid thai he wiuilil send the cliicf weed insiieclor ibovn at once to look into Ihe m.lller On hi- repon Ihe ni.iiiei will be laken up with the federal authorities � CASH PRIZES FOR NEW BABIES iC. P. R. Supplies Gravel;;';,;" ' to Fix up the Mac- 1 leod Trail ITO KEP OUT ! watching events regarding ihe ran . ,. � Radian Norihern e.viensions. Very; I large profits were probable in eon ' SaskatOOn will NoW HaVC nectiou with the Cherry Garden es some eMeiit root.. i, drv oni somewhat, ""'1 i heiVon'"sa"iurday"eTenlDK to diactise stunt the early spring growth, which ' ,i,e topU- of "Reclprooity," D R. Heaeli. as chairman, u)d K. fi. Harkfc bs serroury w�r� unanimously elected. ' There was acme discussion at to, a postponement of the meeting be^ cause of the lack of advertleing, but a motion to adjourn until Monday evening was lost. It was also decided to linil the speakers to fifteen inlnutei each. The followiiiK reaolutloB, Boved by I Barker and moenlei by V. E. I H�*rl6, Jr., wan tban rMid: "That, in the opinion of tble meet.', Ing 'Reciprocity,' as outlined In the ' present agreement between C�n�dA land tbe I'nlted State* wo.uid be a great Incentive to trade between th4|i two countries, and If the agreement were eonsnminated would redound I greatly to the credit of hoth naUons and could not help but be a great benefit CO Canada." \ _, Mr. Barker was requested to-' aup;' port bis resolution which he did alply; showing that we could not fall t m visit Wa/r-l anil- as a dn-/en areas of wintei- wheat ami 'erv Karrison and lii.speet ilip l-:isem- evpected ilu- hill will be in fair cannot once did he find the least si'-.ii ''tu-Ti prar-thc jiround on the Belsian, di i ion tor ceneial iraflic toiuoiTow. - The faroiei. ,i(-ross the ri'.(-r' been i/icnincioeiiccfl a .ureal deal lately on accoiin: ei ihe impassiblht \ of- ; the .i i n-i- top of tin- hill on i the oliiei vi,|i- of the irallic hiidRi- ; It seems lluil il'c watt-r from the cm I �on the C I' I! ri'.tht- of way has fio its onh -e.Hii' the ;;ovornment load, I and li.'is wo'i^ so that Ihe ru's' i make it imii.i ..^ihle for a loaded w.i-Kon or an .i"-ninohile lo pass. This is a .seiioM-. --'ate ni alTairs as rttiiiiiii, tile last coiipi-- of davs several larm-ers coinini; ii-itu distances wf 'M AI' miles noMli. with fnur-hor>e teams tor seed im-' ,ind implements for tlieii ^plll,�: -.vMrk, liuvc been (oin Jielled lo 1 ,111 ,,biiui and reliiin will,- , liUt liil 111, ,'-ii|i' I'r-'f w,i^ wireii a.-^king ih.i' tbe C I'K -1 lid over i;iuvi-l irom the .Al.icli-od pit, .Old tin- Hoveriimci. Hoad Ir-pec'--' would ;prc,iil ii I ha I till' t'l.iil would 111- pas.sable. ^^ .1 M-.i'ii l.j t-ars oi piravcl have alreatU been ilumpcd at the lo]) of the hill and ,; (i.ini^ of men are biisv phiciii.c; ii ,ilnii(^ the road, NEGRO SEHLERS Winnipeg, March 21,-There may be big trouble on the international boundary. One hundred and twenty-five negroes are on their way up from Oklahoma to homestead north of Edmonton on the Peace River district, in the uttermost west. They are small farmers and trucksters for the most part and are bringing in a quantity of goods and chattels, ,-ind some have their families. It IS very questionable whether the Dominion authorities will let them enter. A number of novernment officials entrained today for Emerson. Manitoba, on the boundary, and if any olausible excuse other lhan the color line can be found for detaining the party, it will be done, when the fun will begin. Accomodation for Civic Officials ; Saskatoiui, .'-^ask , March :11-The! cit) council at toriiKlil's meelliic; took-1 tei- markets Iflr our products and this an cnlirciv new m solvini: the,"""''' '"''Sfl-y -solved by the red- , , . , . i prociiy ttgreement." pruble,,., ,i accommodat.ou lor ciwc � ^vm. Dtiee showed from his ex- oIlicialK .jiid ilepartmeiil s, ulicii, in-| perieiice on the Winnipeg market that stead iii noinn tliroui,i:ii with the piiiiis the small shipper Was at the mercy nf for a SI .'1(1,111111 huildinc; mi 1 he � pres-' nue firm there running an abattoir; ent siie it was decided lo transfer lojatid ihai ilie producer should realr/.e the school board Mitee acres m the:'''""' '� """''^ ^"""^ ''�>- ^It* citv park for tl,. Kin^ l-'alward school . """f, ^'^ . ' , , ,, i marker, and priiprrlc he pre.seni school will; ,, j-, . , � ' ' ' , ,, , "i- I'- Weeks dilated upon the i,e used as a tempoiarv titv hall 1 !i I ,n.,p.,i, ,,^. (.^..^j.,,, soiLC alterations, ami a new school (j,,,^ |,eiMK on practically rh� will be b'iilt at once MILITIA CALLED I TO DISARM MINERS � lOf winter killing. K>ery field is ,ius: irmiiier, a privilege seldom ttraiiied 'as hnalihy and green as ii can be and loreiKii otlicers. The stand NEW APOSTOLIC DELEGATE TO rhr5ADA ARRlVCS ,\e� Voik, .Marcli '.'1. .Moir.-i.miui Sia,�ni, Ibe new apostolic delcua e to and it is C.iii.Tda, arrived here ioda,v fi-oiii i iil.i He is suiiposed lo bear wi'li him de crees formulated : wo v,-,-jrs ai.-r bel-ire tel. let-ided in Ihe city Ibiee monihs lie io'is !o starling Ibe sale, wlio ma> ottei ;;.)odfi of any description for sale Ir, aiietiim or in anv other manner RUSSIAN GENERALS LOSE JOBS .onditried by themselves or h;, a 11 Pptersliurp', -M'licb U1. The ceii- t-ensetl auctioneer or olherwdse" offices of me .Aiiillery depari- Vmaher matter wu.s the liceiisiiii; riieni of tbe army iiavc been subjected o' piofessioiial sales aaents who eon ^,, g pearching ini estlgatlon by a com- .1 - sales in help business men over migsion iinder Senator tliirin (.Jreat if- ii"d times. He alleged that Ihe salep regiilaril ies have been discovered as were of doubtful (haracter anrl ilia' , lesiili of which (leueriils f'fimolicb. 111,.., were a bad adVf-ni.semeni foi tlerdi, .iiiil .-ygramovlteli and Col, Hani-ini. , ii as iliey placarded Ihe cliy.olff will lose their posis. Ii is staled vnb -uns of liard limes. They do also thai they will i" criminally |iro- ^1 iiiit iiuieii on page 1'). , seemed. Dtriud. K!. .Mai'ch lib.- 'i'he airi-.alj o: lu slate inilltiH early Hiis inoni--Oil; I,.1111,1 ibis mining inwn ipoei. 'I'lie �iiiii'-rs who hiMP been bi-uiiii>; a'-s. sri-eral dav.s left fot one o: 'he near l'\ milling camns Their capiure was' l;ei-alded bv Hie bfaiiiii; nt' drums.; sl.oiinim and firln>; of f;uiis. Troops j^^j reclproeily. but said he wng not �nim Spriimflelil were liisi on tl'e . f,|iy informed on the queRilDii. ,i;ro]iiid and these were followed by i S. WTlliams expressed the view that Ihe mil iM fr--m Miinviire. f"t>' t-iH 1 being an agricultural eoiintry that lui ii-ouble had ccurro0,00n of peo- ;ii?. A' tin flier 10 mee' Moni-isiipi cd if the militia uiideriakes to dIs- pie aud no had still fTreat Hrltalll with .Staftui was Mousignor Siniinti. o. terfered with, there only being � trifling reduction macTie on implecnenta. The SLibiect was reviewed aomewhat htsiorically Canada's prosperity alluded to under the -arrangement offact-ed ill \b^i-i. Mr. Woolford wai; called for but s