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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume TV. I^thbridirc). Alta.. Thursda.v, MjiitIi 2li, 1911. No.8� ONTHRIO TOWN HKS SENSHTION R. B. BENNETT ON THE WATERWAYS CASE NURSE CHARGED WITH MURDER WARNER CANDIDATES ARE NOMINATED! UNANIMOUS TOO MANITOBA IS ARGUMENT ON APPEAL RECIPROCITY MUCH TRUSTED MAN A.G.& W. MATTER HEARD IS GAINING GROUND Both Parties Agree Refusal oi Dominion's Offer on Lieiiiu'tt Says \Iono.v Never Was iiiid Never WiU Be Deposited in Bank at i:diiioii(oii-Sii|)reiin^ (oiiH en banc Kescrves .Iiidj;iiien( on Both Appeals (Special to the Herald.) Ottawa, March 23.-Sentiment WHAT THEY WANT lOiliiioiiion. March l'2. - Thf .Sii-Iirfimi^ (.'uun siltiu.a e� Iniiic loUiiy re-.'5pr\ed jiulumfnl on Ihe apPciil dI i he ;ii-ovii\ft; from \\w (Iw-islon ol' .luilse [lii'ck. aildiug llu- .\]l)oi-Lii am,! Gn-'ai WaUTNvayK (.'niiiiiany ami Ihp Canada |liux' sough! lo recover ilic money.. favor jwas based ensentiall.v on 'he [iriiicipli.' jol' foi'eclosiire. The aciinn uas ;i! I one lo implement I hp foreciosiii'e or-jder and ii was ihiii- necessary In jjoin as defendanis all ihc pariiesi . Mn^ an iuU'real in tlie t'lHuls lo he did in of reciprocity continues to grow. The GuelpH board of trade called to pat* a ing It refused to take )t up at all. CANT BE LOCATED An Ontario Mllajfe Has a L iii would not return Jurvis, Onl., .March :;;i.~-Bxci(.emenl l6 ai ffiver heat In ihin village and resolution condemn-1"'^ disappearance, of J Y. .Vfnrdock, for foutieen years a idtision and prominent ohui-eh workei The Quebec l>)ve Stock astociatior INCREASE THE PAY OF THE M.p.p;s �Saskatchewan Adds West I'onstriU'l ion Company to lloyal Hank, In Ihe snit against ihoi l.-isi for si.x million dollai-K, llu poBfvl of. He arRued thai the bank met at Montreal and passed a motion "omM luii he relieved of ilie re.�'ioii- approving of the Is Outlined in a Resolution to be Moved by Premier Roblin Government's of .sihiliiv to Ihe ralhvav compani and. .eeds of the bonds-. The i^oVU-.cUon company if hey were po.al. and declaring them occupied almost jhe entire dav. ""^ ""'"7 o^-'^'" by ehe,,e to^,^,^,, ^^ Urmer,. till, nrrvinre. Hence iho inloreKt ot i The province was represenleil ii: ilu-se companies in the action. The Ihe appeal by W. 1.. Walsh and iJei.u-� hank was bound b\ ihe Order-in-Coim-iy-.Ailoruey-{!eneral C'larry; ihr- Itoyaljcil of \'M>'.> lo i)ay the money out only Bank by U. B. Heiiueit and .1. U. Hyml-ias the lenns of the Order-in-t'oiincil tntin, and the Alberta and ilretil \Vai-;uere complied wii.liin the course of erways Kailway and the Canada West'the construction of the railway. If Consn-iction Comiiany li> Frank ihey failed lo observe Miese provl-l'"ord. bions action could be broughi against lliem by Ihe railway or the constriic-tion company anywhere in Canada oiilside of .-\lberta. The staintes of Alberta had no power in Qnebec nor pro- Wiiiiii|)ct. .March J.l -11 will he a Jiiiitiiino'iv Iccisl.il lire iliiii will ii^-' l.n rcjccl' llic fin.iiicial Iciin:-; nlTcicc' ti\ I he Dcmiiiiioii (ioM-rniiiciil aiidlliP' fc.mudarv eniarL^ntN-,,, on which Ihcv' ^"" "e argtted that ihe , .hank now laid claim lo the monev m Vrcmter Hnnlni uill tiiiAe when 'l"'o,,n right, Hnd�r .nsslKnmen, n'tade, If..use iiHM't.s tlifs aitcrnoon �ill be ,-1^3, ^j. railway company to the |�"-''"'''�''''^ beyond the physical bonn-jKirpicd nv vir. \niri.s on heliali' "i ! construction company, and then i,y i'''^s of tlie province, which in its llu- (ippo-;ii loll and ii is iiiulciln i mil | the conBtniction company to tlie Roy- '^"�"'"''''"S as insulated as an - - - -"' ' . - ... ialaiiH in mid-ocenn that It has been dialli'il with a \ icw-of iibJaiiiiii.C llii'. mi,\mmitv . In set tii.n iortli the cl.iim for riiualilv of 1 real men I wi'li ollici ptovinccb eilli-ei bj ownership m' lands as in British ( (iliinrhiii and llic east i,r a financial i|iiiri |)rii ri'io P(|iial l-o that of .\Iberia and .S.iskni chew an. the resolution folloivK (he line re appearanc of Murdock, Walters look-j Crown Attorney .Murphy of Cay.iga R n McN'elliP. U. S. TROOPS ARE TO BE RECALLED Mexico, .March 22.--Tlie .\"ew York j TIerald today published tlie foUowiiig j despatch from its staff rorrespopdcni froni Mexico City. "Mexico Cily, i ia nalvesion -Ky mutual cons'-ni of the Heralds coiiespondeni by a high diplomat al tlie capital. �The t-aiiKe of terminalloii is givpii as ihc military demonstration inaile ' i'\ the I'liired SiuIhs and a demand I from Washington in which -lapan oon-! curs tn prevent misiiiiderstanding with both contracting I gfuerumenis, t.he treaty b�>i wpen .la-p,u) and Me.tlco is to be terminated-' This statement was made toda\ to ONE HUNDRED MILES OF GRADE Janse & McDonald Get Contract for Alberta Central Railway Winnipeg, .March L'::. - The eonlracr fill- ino miles of railwa.v .^railings and ballastiii.e on ilie Alherla I'eninil Rail wa.v. lit west of Red Deer and �>' east was awarded yesterda,;- to .lan.'se. \l8e on ihi- inside are .lielily (.lated over he turn ol .Tfftiiis and prenici a Bpcd. rufuri; 'o norma) ( udUlone an f'narce and 'i"u:ie -Aliich are now i>araly/.ed ' � ^jR of the louP;est ini-,ei iii,;v. in the '.ii.ston- of ih" Hbu cabin,! .-.-as odd y sll^Ida.^�. .No i".e-;iher woiibi ma'i.e 1 flatonipni. It -vas snid. bow-over, rtni' teU.tions with the I'nled Stares were reviewed and rhe cabinet w,-iK gratified at ihe t.urn affairs nave taken with relation to i.'ie I aJi�d Siaies and .lapan." r. p. K districi pa^seiigei at!;ctii. i.s in the cily l.odai' (iii line of his rci^iihir tours of inspec-liun .Sskpd li\ the lli-iald about the. pa.'-^scn.ncr traffic on llne^ this year, hi- (irewoii.s records �The imniigralion lo We>tprn Can.ida llus spring is he'avicr than ever before," said Mr M'-.\piilie. "Car .ifier car of new settlers are arrivim; (rum the east every d.iy ,iiid are beiii.c distribuled to the uiririus ))arts The rush is not to London, March 21. - It is imder-slood that tlie .inericau baby againsi whose kidnappiiii!; i.loyris have quoted tatcv oi -insurance is Vin I son Wal.sh-McLcHii. the .sou of Kd-; ward and K\ol.wi Walsh-.McLcan, of' Wa.shinglon, I>. ' ., and the grand.son � of .John R. .McLean and Ihe late ' Tlionias ('. The ho> i.'; hpirti.' a lavsie sum �i UKuiey from his preaf ' 'grandfather nnd i'- also expected to I inherit a great J^irtiitie irnm Mr. Mc-, Lean. .Sr. I Tlie rale .ijuiiied by Lloyds is said ; lo have been M sliilUtigs per cent, (lie ci/mpanv's i against the ini.il loss of the bo.\ bv lid it beat all ' kidnappiii.u; and 10 shilling per tent ' lo cover r.i.'i.^oni in case uf l he shouldn't : be allowed !o go, and lhal practitv* ally removes the l.i^t obstacle in lii.s , wav. '  ' .Sergl. .'^illiker is i.he Strgt -MH.iui of the J .etlibndL'c biiltciv and will be one of the iI'. at Hie corona I ion cere- There was absolutely . no foundation for the rumor pub-lishsd in the Herald the other day that the Diamond Coal t;o. bad signed an agreement with ili! men. The r his service on tlie Eleva-* I Uir commiKsiun $2,S(I7\45. : vs The sesjaonal indemnity of tly: mem 1 bers was increu,se(l Irom SI,00 to � Sl,lfl0 to lake effect i.his session. .\n. aniendJiT.-nt lo Ihe liquor license art was read a second lime. B.V tlil.s ; ainciidnient the period in which local option bylaws shall i-oinain in loice :| is changed frmn two lo three years ' and the cliange made retroactive. A.ii , : present a further vole can lake ^ilace alter the bylaws have been iu f6rce,,;, ' one and a half years Suhsequcntlr local option eleclinns are to be hold ' on the provincial voters' list,. Aiv. j peals will be allowed fron> the Ooiin-ty courl jiidgp To the supreme coiirii ! of queslions of bylaw validity. Power 1 is to be given to Mayors and Reftvos ! to place a drunkard on the list of int i terdicts. an.\ one p'oinl cither : every plact on i be enclo.seri In ,i sled cage and guard . money reprcscnimii ihe I'.inadiai, the n-.i[i receives its (|ii.)ta. It looks ' pd by three ilrtect ive.s. If Hie tales to nil- like the biggesi \car in our ; are accepted tlu- insurance i^oes intr. lllSll'tV." I effect at once Kicid Artilleiy. 11 roprcsontative of West will make .i line Ihc big Canailiaii B. OF T. COUNCIL'S WEEKLY MEETING MINERSAND OPERATORS STILL DISAGREE The council of ilie Hoard of Trade I The secretary of the Alberta SouCK .had a shoe session this afternoon and Afrlraji Monument fund wrote asklniS ; most of the business that came up was . ' left over cither lo the general meeting tonioiro'A nigh! or ilie next council {Special to the Heraldl I questing that the conference be pro- Calgary, March 23, - By tomorrow night it is expected by those who are on the inside, the miners conference will either be broken up or will be progressing smoothly with good chances for an amicable settlement. This was given to your correspondent at noon as !______ authentic. '""""" Today the operators offered open shop with a proviso that if this was rejected arbitration be decided upon. The miners refused both proffers re- ceeded with without interference from outsiders. Then the ocerstors asked that the agreement be taken up clause by clause and that the clauses which were disputed be left to arbitration, MURDER meetitl.t;. H, i;. .Mc.N'ei Ilie, district paBHpDger ageni for ili.- C. 1'. R.. was but again the miners refused. The P"'"'""' ^""1 l"''.'"�-.�.v ilie eiiil of .\'iL,'nsi hut an extension of iil'PCii da: -i is in ilie contraci. \i ; liifii ihe roiupaiiy had decided to IniiMj ouiv 1 miles of lUiB dump hut In^) II iiidied will' he finished ihis -ieitMoii r",i(l\ for steel 'I'liis line is reaching o 11 oivvard the Brazeaii coal tleida and Is gpiiei-all.i considered as a hubsid iuiv lin.- IO ihe c. li. sy.�iem. Emerson. March 23.--Dr. Wallace continued on modical inspection of the negro immigrants here this morning. Over half of the party have been examined. No official rejections arc yet announced and the party is hopeful that by evening they will be allov.-ed to continue on the journey to the promised free homes in the Northwest. 1.' I ; NEW ZEALAND j OEVELOPJNG I W.^lUugiun, .V. '/.,, Manii iiesi shipmcni of grain and meat leavinn L.vllleton for the West ol Ciial.-ind. Ihe object MiMng to secure 'direct c.'itntniinication with the home mari.eis besides the Loiiri-iii markets liiroiiah wliiili .\ew Zealand food sIlil,^ Ml pre-on! uo. Tim e.\pei-|ment IS iiem^; wat'lii.-u mosi carefully and Lanmi..!.. ^ H Match 22 -lili>s \i-llie H.uiilc �iiii'-i answer to theili-^-ii 1 .-.i c.ihihcr Ciiiinlv on ,i charcc .ii .'lurifei in the second ih' TRADE iipt c.i'uisci announced lodav '^Itliat iiril.er pxiMiination would he I w.lived Miss Prande was immedratelv houiul ovc" lo The higher com I. hei hotid.s being lived at SI.t.OOO. The gul w,is ,v iiuisc rtiid her homn is iieai-Sasiiaioon, .s.i>k .She made a st.ile-iiMi;! w |i'-n ^hc waived her heating Willi 1 ifcn-iicc lo ihc caii.sc. winch CARfllED 11 PASSENGERS Doual, France, .March 2:;.-.\ viator f.,oiiis Bivgiiet mad'' ,1 reciird performance loda-wheii be carried eleven p;i~ s.-ngers in a monoplane a di-^ ancc of I no miles. FARMERS QUARREL Caiman, ,\lan., .VInrth ".'^ -('hiel Horsoii .ves-lerday wetii Ui Sr Dan lei, .-uid arrested I-'r.ini; .Mofiatt for as-, sanl^iijg a neighbor name I Paul Wor-riil, v\ ho bad cr')pseii hi,-, farm while looking for stra.v sfoc I- li is said .Mof tail knocked Worri'i down wi'h .-, cliiii Dr. .MrGovln who has cliargp j of the latter consider- that his con j dit.ion 18 serlnini owinj; t^> rdowa lit 1 The commiiuicaiion friini ihe Associated Roai'ds of Trade and -Muuioipal-ities ut Cnn.-iila asking the Hoard to I'ss a resoiiiiioii apP'oving the Gijor-gijiP nay Canal, was ieft over. LLOYD GEORGE TO RESIGN? if successful .\cw Zoal.'uid producers will i-onceni rale ibeir attention on i ilu' .ml'I'H 11'e.'- arc withholding Miss fueled upon his sJtull. .Mofl'att is Uolil ' llic devclop'Oicii! of Hie Wesi ol ! (.raiclc rc--i(ici! lU Witmipeg fur some , m Cai-raan locku)) awaiting iloj re-i 'laijrland in.in,els. i liwc. Jaulta of Worrill's injurie.s. . j London. March 23.-The report is again current that David Lloyd-Georgt will be compelled by ill health to resign from his post a.-.sr-. Li'/tin.nvvcll. Va ip!, and McMi^ Ian thi .�.vuicilbvi.- elected last Dfi-(-p.'i.Ji-i jLiiil McNeill ami ,McKen/ie. ;i; 'i;igi,i the oli.leciioii will stand, .is Liii- foiuier councillors have legal alive  oil all Ihe |)oiuls iu connecilua W i Hi l-lic election. ' ;