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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Voliiine IVl L�thbrldff�. Alte.. Wednesday. March 22, li>]l. _-:-L'srrh.-.-siTass Number 85. NEGROES rr TO TEST ONTARIO IN BYE-ELECTION TWO CANDIDATES FOR CITY COUNCIL VACANCY MORE CANALS TO A n p I BE BUILT FOR ft, A.R.&I. IS TO "WILL SWEEP CANADA FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE PACfflC'-LAURIERITWO IN THE WATER MORE' LAND Cardston Man Gets Contract for Ditches and Reservoir A. ('/Afr, i>( Carclaioii. usti man gt�r of I he Cazier Coiislnicl Ion Co. Is in the c-il.v today making arr.ingi'-meiilH fur Ills smunier coiiDlry eagr of Chin, 'i'lic wasto water of the preseni system is lo be iiinervoired in Chin Coulee and a system of canals will be (.onsirucled fruni there. Mr. Cazier's contract is 10 tjiiiid this reservoir and canal system and will be a big summers work lor ii|)wards of I bit men. The reservoir when coiriiileied will be 10 miles loHK and about a inilp wide. H. S. HooklMnd is the foreman in cliarne of ihi Aork. RAISE Members of Manitoba Legislature Given More Pay Premier Confident that Reciprocity Suits the People-Saskatche-wan*s Sole Conservative Member Doesn't Know How to Vote-Fruit Men Favor Reciprocity SCENE LICENSE FOR LIQUOR DRINKERS W'inniiiieg, .March An item contained in the supplementary ^'Ktlmaies biuujibi down in the .Manitoba les^is-latiire yesterday is an increase of indeiniilly for the members and increased �al-aries lor sotne of the oOlclnls. IJach member has hitherto received $1,000 for each session, which has been increased lo !fl,riOn. I':ach of the deputy ministers will have a salary Increase of $4oi). ihe clerk of the house $:!0U and sear.?eant-at-arms $1.10.  'roronio, .March 21,-Rev,  C. .M. Brewin has written to  the Globe siiggestiua ihai  lliinor drinlters be licensed on  payment of a nominal tee. the license to be produced ! when a drink was purchased. ! The license could be suspend-! ed I'or oct'aslonal inloNicatlon  and cancelled for habitual druukennesR. ' IMMIGRANTS POURING IN ' llalllax, March 22.-Tlie .Mian liner lt;rainpian arrived here this inorniiiK 'with iriOO immigrants on board. Of '! this number a ma.ioriIy were destined I for Western Canada points. Ottawa, March 21.-R. s. Lake t-----------......-----, , _ (Qu'AppelIeK the only Conservative {  ^^^^^ ^ j PnSOnerS in member from Saakatchewan. made a i GEORGES' GIFT TO KING Halifax, arcli 2L'.-.\i a meetiun ai eor�jf' at his coronation. Tlie Marys )lave already decided lo join 1110 movement of Connies* dVey tdf presentation to the tiueeii. DYNAMITE IN POCKETS BURIED UNDER ROCK tatement on the reciprocity agreement today. He conJe��ed tie did not know how to vote arid had not yet decided, and admitted his province of Saakatchewan was (n favor of the pact. The opposition is becoming badly de moralized and obstructed, supply for five hours in the Commons today rehashing speeches concerning Grand Trunk strike and the settlement last summer. F. L. Fowke, M. P. for South Ontario, read a telegram from Oshawa fruit growers, heartily endorsing reciprocity in fruit and declaring Canadian fruit grower* all over will reap great benefits. In a telegram to Toronto Liberals, Sir Wilfrid Laurier said: "We have not hurt the manufacturer and will not do so. We have benefitted the I farmer and consumer. When the, time icomes we will sweep the country ;from Atlantic to Pacific." i ______. I MEDICAL COUNCIL ELECTIONS (Special to the Herald, i CalgBi-y, Alta., .March 22. -The result ot the election for the provincial medical council are announced Ijy Registrar .MacDonald, as follows: Ur. Park, Edmonton. S. W. Crang, Stratheona: C. W. Field, Vegreville: K. G. Rrett. Banff; .T. H. .Malcolinson, Frank; F. 11. .Mewburn, (.efh-hiidge. Italian Court j Cursed and Cried-Wo- | man Fainted SE&SION NEAR ITS CLOSE Winnipeg, .March 22.-.\ government caucus was Jield this mornine and it is understood that Friday will probably see the last of the session. I Vii.'i-bo. Italy, .March 22.- .\nKr\ exchnnpes lietween frpposlog counsel at today's session of the trial of the Caniorrists provoked a demonstration from prisoner's .cage beyond the control of I'ourl officials that necessitated the suspension of proceed-iiiBs, Accused men alternately cursed in rage and sobbed hyB'teri' iueed Aidennan Andrew "nttoy. Th� : election ^il] tske place a ireek Uanca, I on Wednesday, March S9. �fx-Aia. King waa praaant utiaa i Secretary Roblnaon duotered iwmtna- ^�� itions closed and a.fter the declatnitien -of an ejection had been re�d, ha call--ed for three cheara far AsbCKKft/ i There w'as no one preaant 'wbo wouM Join him except Ashcroft himseU: and;: TIRED OF PROTECTION 1. [ y. Londbn, .March 22.-l-laroid i;ox, fjpeaklng ai dinner of the Free Trade C'qnamitlee, said the reciprocity move-nieiit showed the people of the I'nlt-ed States were tired of protection as oilierwise it would have been Impossible lor i'resideut Tafi to push for-'inpoi waid the (''anadian aKreement, Miraculous Elscape of |experiencing a .March blizzard today, Nearly a foot of snow fell during the night and the street car service is being operated with dilflcufy. The miners took four ; ^^ eat iter is mild. According to Bob Rogers the Tory Boss of the West Toronto, .March 22.- I'lu' farmers of MHiiitoba have been statnpeded by the officers of the Grangre. wlio are Crii first and last, and all the 'time read.v to work for the Liberal party under aii.v circ.umstuncea, but I look for a iremendoiis rovolulion of feeiinti j w lien tlie fanners of the (uovluce tin-I dt-rsiand Ihe reciprocity tpiestion as I they will understand it." says lion.! rtobert Rogers, ministei' of public works for .Manitoba^ iliis morning, Rogers is on his way back iiotne fixini Ottawa, 'The larmers of .Manitoba are seu-Kible." i-onliniied he. "They realize' lliii icci|)rocit.\ would reduce ilie Mil' nc of their prudticts. They would be; fnii.-ed in everything liiey produce to i fro into tile ci|ien market and cope ' (iKaiuai the world. Vnr everything i the.\ buy tliev would ha\e lo i�ay a ,\o farming community in tlie world ha.s ever been reali.i prosperous except undei a modenite protection. 'J'lie man does not li\e wliii can show uhcre rei.M|)rocily will licueril the far-I11P1-. I'l'ople (|uote I lie market price 'Of salted barley in liie I'nlted States iiiid coniiiarc it �iili the price of feed i.arie.i on ihi.s siiie. 'I'd that extent ;.louo tbey lr,v to make an argument. No reciprocity woiiiil beiiefii the farmers of .Maulioba. it would ruin theiu. ' hours to extricate liLnr. Mis escape IS more iiiiraculnus. as he carried Ihrec sliciis of riyiianiitc, one of which Mas cm in two by rocks willi-out explodins W lieu released he walli-ed nil practically iinliiirl. SNOW AT MONTREAL ] Montreal. .March 22.-This district i today is experiencing (jne of the heav- :' lest snow falls of the winter. Fully , seven inches have fallen and there is ' no sign of a co.ssation. t"' MACHINISTS WANT NEW AGREEMENT (.Special tn llie Ileiald^. ('algan. Matcli 22 -Tliiee reprc-.senlalives ol the niaeliiiiist s wofkili.s for the C 1' H. iiete leil \ esierilav ai-terufioii fill Winnipeg to cniisider a tiew ac;repnicijt �itii tiic railway. The iiicii want an iiu'lease nf three and a liaif cents an lioiit and better condition of Morl. 'I'here ,ne �.iver three hundred men �iii|)lo>eil in ilic shops here. OM'v one hiinilicil and fiitv rcath made farmers wrrivcd here todav. Twentv-.six were Helgiaim l'".acli family has at least $1.1100. TALK OF WAR WITH JAPAN A JOKE, HE SAYS New Viirk. Mar.'li 22-At the end ri! .i If'ci'.te III ".Inpan and Great !,|ecis ni thai conv ! pain . was tlie guest of liniinr R. B. HeniM'ii. K I' , .M 1' 1' . was Vuast-iiiastiT. niid 1". .1 .S Skintiei. Presi-rictii (,i tlie l-!(iard of Trade,, presided Ciildeit with the iiiias^lnat ion of a i , iHentieti. and v.iili every guest enthusiastic liie baiii|iiei was a least of loptiiuisiii ('. (;, K .Voiirse. manager �of tlie Hank of i\minievce at l.eib-� hiidge and I'! \. Ciinningli.ini, jlso 01 iluii ci'>. spoke on behalf of f.erli-bridge The la'ter uenllen an paiauid 111 glowing colors ilic possibilities oC. I.etliliiidge iiecaiisp ni the iiatiiral resources at n? disposal, and said that hi to the north and south forks of the 'old .Man river in the viciuity west of 'Pincher ('reek. James Ojnmee. M.P for Port -Arthur, la the founder of i tnlB company, which has for its ob ' Ject the building of a line from the : Porks to Coutts In ordar that the ' large coj) areas in the vicinity of ! the Forks may be developed. .Tini I Hill, pi-esident of the Great Northern. iB said to he interested In the srheino. and tho developing of those coal ruin I OR is supposed to be a scheme of hi� for an extra coal supply. Mi. Knowlton left for the '>ast a couple ot weeks ago and will on his return bring out with bliu sever.il naetern capliaiists to look over the prospect*, with a view to c:,p(](ji!/.inp the company Jt 's underptood rhat 10 nilles ot the line on each of the March 22 -A coinniH lee Miiglisli peers, [jrelatss begun a eciai to the Heraldi Ottana, March 21.--Western T,lh over .lapaii and rniteil .Stales." said !>' iynaga, "has been coir pletelv di.s-pelled by liie treatv whicli �as sign eil bciwern the two nations last iinuifli Talk lU' war beiween railed .S|;lte^ and .lapan is sheer nonscn.se' the oileiisne and dcielisne alliance : .-(nd ,jiijj;ht lo be trcalediis a joka." . M r the W Ilennis told ot liie '.-I linii: ibc eariv of in/lalecl values P. Hiiiiis s.iiil .Mr Dciiiiis bad ac-coiiiplislicd II,, re for Calgary man anj uthci tiiati. �the first tesr ou the reciprocity issue the remainder of tlte line m Cniiits The de;erniinatiou of the government, The lino will piobabl.v run from ' ,10 make a test case in the reciprocity ;( ,s through l,'.,t.rd~ioii and in a northwesterly dii-ocrioii 'r, Pincher relieved giowth eighties and o-' eitonslon of this line to Calgarj and thence north vosiward t'hromih ibo Yellowhead Pans. succeeded in socuriujc .tn .amendment i-o the bill incorporHiiu;; inc A!;iprra Klectric Hail^^a^ I'.iii-I'aiiy x'ter a baru fiHhi 'I nr iii(-i>.. ure wliicb 'nistowed pra'-: ca'l.v a iilankol charter, was iui lodii. ed I .Vl<-('arthy (Calgary i aiifi barked n-, Herron iMacleodi and Mas'aib i .Mcd-i Icluo Hail, L ndei- the S'i'se ot a rail win- .'barteir it contained a cla-UM authorizing the mining of ooal. Hon, frauk Olivar. .7. G. -Turitt, P. B. Car veil and G. \V. .Vesbitt took issue with a \ inr a monopoly of coal mining Mjiliis u< a transportation company, , ilh .ouipany and siipijorilng mom-iiers louglit the propo.sed amendmoni for iv\o sitiliigs but yesterday oil tlli^ iliird consideration the opposition oi tile Liberals was so strong th�t th� objecrionablo clause was 1^"ich^kaWl^ ;