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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbiidge Daily Herald Volume IV. Lethbfiflire. Alta.. Tuesday, March 28. Niimbei' JM). : TORIES LINE UP FOR THE PACT Reciprocity Supported by Former Conservative Members  put on lid at phoenix LEWIS WIGLEEX.-M.P. Nelson, Mnrch 28.-J. C. Kmipton was yoslci'day ap-'poinled oliU'f of police for I'hoonlx. lie has been in-Blniftoil to strictly enfoi^-e the laws relating to police and llceiiRo and to rid the city of painl)l(>rR and piiBiliBts. The new chief has had experience In the provincial police force, und will jmt the iid on Plioe-ulx. OXFORD Graft Charge Against Buchanan to be Heard at St. Thomas Woodstock, Cliit., Marcli ^rand jury lodav returned a One of the Best Known Conservative Stumpers Advocates it (,Spf'rJal to the Herald). Ottawa. March 27-I'roccs.s of conversion of hitherto slroni2; ConKorva-tivi's l(> the S'lpiKirt of the (�iofern-mcMt rvciprocily propo^ils is hccoin-inft lidil) more marked in Ontario lycviis Wij;le, of MsKc\, one of the licst known Tory "stumpers" aiul for iiH'i I'oDservii t ivc'incmlier hoth in the i.cfiishi I lire and IIoiis(' of t'om-moiis, lius Come out as a lirm advocate 111 I lie a.urecincnt He has issued pill.he letter aiii!'.'iiicirii; his P'Sitidii and dei'lHriiiE the proposals to he a "LTcat hi'tieht to Cauada." .\ I ,1 iai'.-eh attended puhllc mecl-iiiu; 111 .\a|i Mice a resolution was un-eiiinousl) ailcrptcd supporting rcci- i prucily It v.ns moved by t'harles .Aiidcrsoii, Conservative, and second- I ed hy .lohii T (Iranj'.c, toriiu'r C"on- ' ser\ativ(' nieml:cr fo; Lennox, who opposed Sir fjicliard Caiiwriplit in a former cleclion, and w lio said the: .government had dime llie best thing : ever accomplished for Canada in nc-, .BotiatitiK a recipronfy aurcciaent , and added that he v..is "not such a j hide-bound Tnr\ hut eould still .join | in luillelujali rhorus lor the welfare i oi Canada." Further proof of tlie crowing senti-nent is evidenced hv an additional | ^ , q^.^,,^ president and general return tabled in the Commons hv ! ,,anag.p,. ^.f ,.,g security Com- IIoii KieldiuR toda\ Oi sixlv-six : pany. with headriuarters in Minne-coiiimunioatioiis received hy the Ctov- npolis, is in the city. INDUSTRIES FOR THE HAT The Ratepayers are to Vote on Three Propositions SAY BORDEN MAY RESIGN NEW FACTORIES Nail Factory, Foundry and Machine Shops and Glass Factory Conservative Party Reported to be Completely Disorganized (Special to the Herald i Ottawa, March 27.-A published rumor in .Montreal and Toronto papers tonight says the Conservative party is completely disorganized and that .Mr. Borden contemplates resignation. FIRST FIRING KILLED THE REBELS Fifteen Lost Their Lives; in Attack on Mexican Town big increase in revenue WAR PREPARATIONS Ottawa, .March 2S.--During the eleven months of the present flsca! year the Deparl-inent of Trade and Commerce netted the sum of two million dollars as against eight hundred thousand dollars during the whole of last year. This Is due to the cause of an increased vigilance as regards payment of $500 hoad tax. Complete figures for the financial year which closes on Friday will be ready shortly. TO HOIST COAL BY AUGUST . 1 i FIRST (.Special to the Herald). Medicine Hal, March 28. - Agree-nrents were read and ratified by the City Council at their meeting last 27.-The ! night whereby three new big Indus-true bill i tries will be located here this spring. uKainsl .lohn Vouni^s on the charge that he ohcred R. K Hutler a bribe for the hitter's inlliicncc in pelting the jail governorship. On the charge that 'I'diincs agreed fo accept $,50 for bis indueiice in t lie sale of the East Zorra gravid road, the jury returned no bill. Youngs pleaded not guilty. .\ true bill was also brought against I{"ol)crt Earintb. of Sarnia, charged with culiiablc homicide in connection with the fatal Drumbo express wreck Mr .Justice IBrillon inade an order changing the venue in the Buchanan and McCiirty graft charges from Woodstock to St. Thomas. RECIPROCITY WILL PASS rriimciu sixty-four were iii favnr of reciprocity. The secretary of the Roland hraiicli of the Grain flrow-rrs' .\ssociation, Manitoba, writes contradicting Hie statcmen credited to .Stup'es, fc-cl lliat a plebiscite in hi.'^ constituency showed 7.T per cent against the agreement The sccipti.ry says not n single person. Liberal nr Conservative. Ill Holaiid or Staples' constituency, plebiscite letter. SpeaklPK on reciprocity, Mr. Owen said that he felt certain that Congress would iiass the measure. The great majority of the business men favor it, and the farmers are being won over. OI course it is kind of hard M P to Ihe e(- "^"^ Democrats to put through one 'of President Tafi's pet schemes, yet if they do not pass it they will cut tneir own throats. .Mr. Owen says that if Ihe measure was siihmittpd to a popular vote of vicinity, a part ofi^|^p people there would be no doubt Tlic bylaws granting certain concessions to these companies will be submitted to the ratepayers early next month and work will start immediately upon ratilication. The agreements were between the -AIberia Foundry and Machine Shops compaiiN who agree to put up a plant valued at ten thousand dollars and eir.ploy twenty men to be increased to seventy-live Ijeforc the end of three years with a proportionate increase in the plant. Tliey are given a free site and two hundred and lifty thousand feet of gas free every tw^enty-four hours hy the city with water and electricity at manufacturers' rates. The Gordon Nail and Wire l ; velopraent," said Mr. Fergia. "No^iMK;; cidentB have occurred to dMte, ftntdT from now on I don't look for any. Th� f work will proceed at a more rapid' , , pace in future, as our sffjur traiok ir|U % be completed and In operation U^t: week. Then we will commence-'. CUT DOWN SIZE OF G.T.P. HOTEL Montreal, March 2R.-Ross and Mc-j Farlane, the architects tor the new I Grand Trunk Pacific Motel in Winnipeg have received instructions to cut , down the plans for that editice, which was to he twelve stories high and con ! tain live hundred rooms. The altered i plans call tor eight stories and about J50 rooms. MURDERED MAN LEFT FORTUNE 5000 CIGAREHES THREE WEEKS national ART GALLPRV OPENING| Ottawa, .March 28.-The .National Art Gallery of Canada will 'be O'pened , Jon's influence or make for open shops �" AP""" 2" H �'as announced |  for all time In' that torrltorv. this morning. His Excellency Earl;.- ly in the development stage." Mr. Pergle leaves In a few daya ti Ins'pect the development in other mines at Plncher Creek, St. Albert an^ . Pacific Pass on the O. T. P,, In �whlc& he is Interested. lijaoh of these mtnea represents a different oomjiaaT, but many of the same men are Intereatedi m all four enterprises. The O. Pi: Do- ''las promised to have the steel wen' from Edmonton to the Paclflo Pan* t oal Co.'s holdings, 136 miles weet of Ldmontoh by next winter, and we aha' to be In a position to market 500 toiM practicable and in instances where a saving to the government >n transportation charges may be effected. 'The plans 1 have decided upon," said Mr Hitchcock, "are not proposed as a solution of the pending controversy over the suggested increase of the second-class mall rates on the advertising sections of magazines, but they probably will tend to bring about a solution of that question." PREMIERS TO VISIT IRELAND London, March 28-The Manchester (iiiaruian says that the premiers ot the four .ereat self-governing millions. .Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Crcner-al Oolha, Hon. Andrew F'isher, and .Sir .losepli Ward, will take advant^ . age of their being here for the Im- i� pernl Conference to visit Ireland dur-ini; file sumner. when tliev will re- WILL SETTLE IN ALBERTA �Winnipeg, March 2>; -Some nvd hundred and fifty French Canadian families from Que-liec and repairiaied from �he Slate of Maine, will leave Montreal, April -Ith. for the \'cgreville district. Alberta, where they will settle. This movement is under the auspices of the Alberta government. : plans of the g. t. p. ' Winnipeg, .March 28.-W. P. HIntoii, general passenger agent of the G. T. H.. asked as to the coirupnuy's plans regarding new yards, said arrange- reaches us." yei- ,1 Sturm, the Chicago archi- ments had been made for them to lipjieei. The ivport recommends that a ereeipd at such divisional points a^hour siory unit be added to the'pre-i. ll'algary on the Calgary branch. on|�ont accommodation, providing for^' the main line, west of Kdson and east | additional 130 beds, the old building' of Prince Rupert and at HcKina. The to be used as nurses' home and n