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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Tuesday, March Number 90. J. J. HE SAYS CONGESTION CERTAIN Railways Unable To Get Money To Cope With Traffic MACLEOD WHEAT IN GOOD SHAPE .Macleod, March J. (Jrier reports to The Herald ho has winter wheat on his farm, six -miles north of Macleod, four inches high and looking bettor than he ever saw it look at Uiis season. Reports from all of this dis- trict and Pinolier Creek indi- cate iliut winter wheat is in mafcnilicent condition. THE COMMISSION OPENS INVESTIGATION TO-DAY MACHINISTS MAY STRIKE AGAIN Every Niche and Corner Of the Alberta and Great Water- ways Transaction Will Be Probed--The Council and Witnesses Winnipeg, March machinists and allied mechan- ical trades of the 0, P, R. and C. N. R. are demanding an increaKe In the schedule set at the time of the strike in and it is learned that a great struggle between the railway and organised labor is impending. Chicago, Marcli J. Hill believes the railroads will experience] next fall ami winter the greatest traf-i lie congestion in their history and he: .sees no ot preventing it. lie passed through Chicago yester- day on his way from St. Paul to New York. "The tonnage which is being offered the railroads for transportation is constantly on the he said, "and there is little doubt that the railroads will be called upon this year to furnish more transportation units than have ever been asked for. From indications it seems certain that by next fall or early winter the rail- roads will be totally unable to fur- nish anything like the amount in i ms Tin- district attorney wild rush. He declines to read will have hoard over onejncwspapcrs and has not been talking Uiis year, they have 'been allowing and lumber and farm and dairy pro- hundred ollicials and employees of the even to his supporters. He an IG.l-l .....i ni the cortege, also about one hun- ex-members of the Mounted Po-( yesterday under the Influence S2l.8t1 lice. Among those in of jiquor. taken to the police1 is noticeable Today in the carmen's will make a tcll What they know idoa that all who arc opposed to his conducted "by Rev. Halifax 34.18 Mr rectOr of the Church oT Kingston 69.31 London 71.2ft Sydney -11.53 "Windsor 69.54 Kngland, was held at the house, and the cpmc-iery- rrhe pallbearers were: Messrs. E. goons at Winnipeg, was visiting in the city yesterday, the guest of Sup- erintendent WUscn of the Mounted Police. Major 'McDonald was formerly a A STRIKE TODAY Cincinnati, March joint convention of miners and operators of Ohio, Indi- international exposition will he held today's 19H. This date was finally an- u has bccn aSKCrted in various con- nounced at an enthusiastic meeting of fossions now in the hands of the dis- directors held here today. The trict attorney that the city dcpost- fund of S102.500 to in thr bribe giving and taking pro- EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANIES AGREE A man named Hoimes, from Hali-l H. Maunsell. T. H. Stedman, H. Bates, burton, Ont.. was knocked dcrwn by a shunting engine in the yards al Dau- phin, MM., sad was so badly injured that he diod an hour afterwards. S. De Reuze, Jas. urant and C. H. Baker, aU members of the Mounted Police -with Mr Genge in 1879. The floral tributes filled a carriage. member of the mounted police here, 4- ana and Western and can ihardly believe his eyes at the great progress which the city has made during absence. He was perfectly electrified at the chan- ges that he saw and stated that he would not ibelieve all that he had heard of LenhbrMge's growth until he was forced to roy his visit here. 19U meets with the cordial ap-j lories provided a vania adjourned today with- out reaching an agreement. .The international convention of United Mine Workers of North America may declare a strike later in the day. re e passg 'Ithroughout Canada, who arc contrib- dinances which include all interest "utinjr to its financial success. With rate of only two per cent., whereas the date settled and financial arrange other reputable institutions made a ments in excellent shape, the cxccu- written offer to pay per cents on tivc feel that when the complete ar-