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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. UTe Lethbridge DaOy Herald Lethbridge, Alberta. Monday, May 2, lllIO. Number 110 POLITICAL POT BOILING AGAIN Rumor Insurgents Are Agreed On Judge Sifton As Leader Kdmonton, May 2-The political kt'ttlo is b�,>ginning to boil again in Alberta politics, (oilowiog a mysterious caucus which the insurgents in ihf I^eglslature held in Red Heor on Friday, and at which it is said provincial loaders were elected. Lieutenant Governor Bulyea is in conference tonight at Calgary with Chief Justice Sifton, who it is believed boA bds; Men Drowned Warroad, Minn., May 2.-The Canadian authorities arc guarding the big dam at Kenora, Out., w^hich settlers in the Lake of the Woods district have threatened to blow out. About two hundred settlers on the lake shores and along Rainy River, the lake's inlet have deserted their clearings. Two have been drowned, one a settler at the mouth of the Rainy River and the other a pilot of a wood boat. The settler was gradually faced with death by rising waters and drownwl in the branches of a svib-merged tree. Three other men are I reported missing. The settlers , arc I aroused by these fatalities and con-tinuixl damages and have alleged that the dam prevented the river having its natural relief and its removal is the onlj- remcfjy of conditions. The authorities have armed themselves. MUCH TERKITORV IN DANGER Spooner, Minn., May 2.-The rapidly rising waters ot Rainy River, arc endangering vast territories near this stream. The waters arc pouring into the Lake of the Woods, of which the river is an outlet. Homesteaders . London, Apr. 30.-.Joseph Martin,) about the shores of that body of M.P , has a lengthy letter in the ; �atcr are sufTering heavy, damage. A i Timi's. He sirbmits that in view of ' quarter section of the finest land in i the political situation, royal pre-! the Northwest, located at the.mouth UtiNettled it-Ate Vii' At-I'airs Earl;V in Month to Blame. During the nioith just dosed. Build ing In.spector Mtech issued sixty-two building permits, the buildings totalling in value |9J,2IS.OO. Nearly all of these were lor residences. Owing 1o tlH' biiildersf strike during the first twelve days afid the consequent un-ihe building bu.sincss the qjite come up to the last year. �i- -i- -h -i- -l- -1' -i- -l' -i- -h i' h'i' '!� + 'I- WILL OBSERVE ARBOR DAY ^ .J. -- ^ 'l" Tlic following stores have {� i- iigi-eoil to close all day Wed- �i� iiesday: 4* Hudson's U;iy Co., The Hent- 4� + ley Co., Miicleod Bros., A. Alacdonald Co.. A. Southard, X ^ .VIcKelvie Ah .VlctJiiIrp, ./. K. + J� Clarke and Co.. The Slmp�on 4. + Co.. The .VIcKillop Co., The it Good Co., Cornell and Travis, + L. Keel, W. K. Buchan, K. J. 4. ,Hill and Co., Craddock and + J. Viner, Geo. Gerr & Co., the >{ f Hardware stores and others J. whose names have not been 4. .secured. �! +++++++++++++ A STARTLING BRIBERY CHARGE MARTIN READS THE TORIES A LESSON NEW INSPECTOR FOR THE WEST S. John, N. B., April 30.-K. B. Krancis, manager of the St. John branch or the Canadian Bank of Commerce, has received word ot his �P' pointment a� inspector of the bank In the provinces ot Manitoba, Haa-katchewan arad Alberta with headquarters at Winnipeg. He will be succeeded in St. John by C. W. Halla-more, who Is now stationed at Kam-ioops, B. C. King s Prerogative Is Same To Make New Lords As To Dissolve House rogative lannot be kept out of part) discussion, but such discus- l of the Ratny River, on the south shore of the /,ak(! of the Woods and dry all the year I ! sion d(X's not bring the name of sovcr i which is normally eign Into the domain of ]urly poll- a found is now the tics heeause ,'he sovereign acts on the ^^^'ift, tempestuous HILL LINES FROM COAST TO PEG. '""^'''':''^) eign Into the domain of ]urly poll- around is now the scene of a raging iiic (f!iiwins of lots ill Venion WaiU I.sion. arrived here ahoiit (/(I 'k wi:li two limulred peoplf citizens ami uienibers (if body of water. ^.^^^ I advice of his ministers. Dissolution 'I'he cabin has disappeared and the ! on advice of i^ovcrnmcnt with major- whereabouts of the owner, a fisher-"'"ity of 124 only a lew months after ; man and farmer, is not known here. 1^1^ .,the general election would be almost ''''he water over the spot is four feet na.le. They repairnc, to -he cUv''!,all i T"'""' ^''"^'"f, u-hcv .poche.s ,r wciconn- \c,.l''V "^''�/^ '-"'ation of I IVnlons strenn.s of wafer are re- M..n)c l.v M,..v,,- .)ol,, L ,.-a,v.'ic>'. man ii;ei- o' l'..M]k ni l.'()!ni!ii':i-i', i .�I .w;l'fl.s. 'riii'ii ''ii'ii' wi.)-,' .'^ �i \ (�:! ! r* (>: iiii :]n'  r', 'Dif IV 'in Ir I ;n .ii 'J p.:i:.. � > v: n !U',I '.vi \ \'..' .M Mch >� iii": 1 ' ^ ' WIS ; ' � \ j-i;' ii'-^ ..1 i III' r.i i:i I u l"oil dii.ini: : i,' 1 i-' a i .SiT.ll'S. ('. \\ . I),f.y |1iJ|iBjK iii llll' JllIlT- rs(' 01 Ihe pronli . is �, m\ imud 'iloss impi (ipilel)'. Ill la!'.:M; iji,,; iiiui-s:r lliry arc iloiiii;, tin- . rr. iliiiii; t(;i" u hii il ill; \' i(iiiili'iiini-(l Asi'iiUi 111 the head of suggest,, demolish the dam at Kenora, biiiU a ilie lake. .Settlers'are threatenimc \' I ;:'h!'-; s:i:is-li ! ilcliulll I'll 1 �III aiul ilif � l.-A jHDcl I-luail'Ui w.i..; jiiislr-d li'. lie ci\ic aii-tluci'.ifs ye,;:ciil.iv vr 1 litiUi', every iUyj. D'.viier t;> ki'fj his aiiitiial niu/-zlerl uiiiler lock ami key on his pre-iiiiscs until I'urdief notice. This action followed Lhe vi.sit of the provincial inspectors, who investlKuted the escape from Woodstock of a rabies SAW IT AT THE PEG W inniiH'ii. .M i> 1.- II.i: '.MS pl.iinl.v vis.'el ' ii) 11'' M,s ijuiruin.e for li � 1" .'iiixidus -',;;y '^a/.ei' ' i.'i � iMiruiii^ vi'jii.. r v\ ;;.lii a.m. PRESENTATION TO W.D.L BARDIE lt"�>t('EGj |)i;,,,,a t',,,, Co.. .Mis. Ilardle ei| ,,an U-.nnipeg. May l.-.\t a meeting, resented with , SCl-b silve: tea a tiativc belli S.iliird.'iy ni.uh!, the was presented wit it i .�:iL'ti silvc iiasler p;iini- ' e;s 111' liie city alter an exiialistiv.e drs-1 'i-si'iii. decided they eoiild not accede ill i!ie il.'Uiaiids Dt till- men for an III' line in '.he wa;j,e scile li> a iiiiiii-iiiir ' e: lu cents ail hoiii', 'I'lie men ill � I' 1:1 Illee.iil!; uu S:iiiirday hut ill I'.' ! 'li'liiiiii' ,i' Ic'li a.'i to tile sli'ike , The U ill was lilleil ui'ii .'"'J 'ee I liaii.lied miners, and af:''r .1 f''" siiii'.;s ' Mill S"lec;i'ilis li.v the .Mill' :'s' Maud. .\li'. Ilarrlie came M"l'e lii'st ill ' NSil v.'aeii he s:.i>eil .1 ,\eai'. lie i'i't!irii''d 111 IX',i| and lias been with llm ce'ii-l':iii> e\'ei' siice. i ais m'i''ii,r,^ .issiiaieil ills .M.n dulies is i; �!'i 'uanailer 11! :!n� I li.1 aiond ('ii 11 i nil ilav. NELSON .-.OON TO H^y'E STREET CARS. LrTSt L'^ri ot l^aila for Lines Is De-II',' rd in vi-;e City. \'ii il :'ii. -Tlie las; . 11 1,1. eMI'llsioU of ilw.iv s>'siein liasi ae pi'le line is coiu-!i|e.''alde poj'lioll of; lilt' new ca r-s. 'ill '' ' slitpped next j .1: n a I e\ er\ ' li ill;; ' 1' : .1 .-i:.....I ser- l.i'.'.lWl 1'',' I'l III ;lle :: I'-le pi'- s 11' .\c|s,,; ca'load ' �N.'lsim' been ri ; ' pleted ,iii( I iie I Ollle built in I'l week, and w.., be reaii ' \ice ill .Nels.ii n 11 A. R. & I. TIME TABLE Times Trains on Ca'dstun Line Leave and I''.-\SSK.\i,leii' o! 1'i local, I', ,\l, W , 'I, dress mil I ., ,\l'e 11 111,id ' Mill, llardie ,,iade .1 lew rem,ill.-Minkili,'; I'leiM llieir .m-iiei iisi I .\ .mil liiiiil uir,!ie,-.. Ill' s,lid 'iMt W'ler.' i'\ I i I liey fiiiind him as len,i; as lie li'.'i'l. I hey woalil lilKl tlie watch wi;ii aim. ami il winild rmiriiu iu bis family .ifier he .muie, Thi'.\ had had ilieii (lisa,t;reemeii;.s .iiid tilsslis iiai v>hei' ihe.N had t!iiJ,nlil be bid alwa.\s � lied to do i. ou tile fair ami siiiian' iliey luul ai.vays done Hie same, and when the fi.nhliu,;; was over they had alwa.vs liecn ,�oo(l friends, ..,.ss llai'die was pie.seiu, represeill-in.Li .Mrs, llai'die. who is away froiii ! I.eililiridfAe at the pi-esent iliiie. The resi of the evenin.i; was s|)eiil Willi sungs and music and a real yood j time was enjoyed until niidnif-ht. il'.i: in llM- Ilex: fe".' years ^lere would be ,111 iinprecedeiited ru.sli .'i'^AiM' accoiii:: of its,many md v.iHeiK resources; all now ivairini; deveh:,.'";'"'^' ' of access, "^, As :o \-.,nco.iver he ihe ci'v as one ut fie I'acilic was licyoad ^jk^"""-Uiriiin the uexi lifeen ycirs ^li^ d 1 to have a poimla! ion o ^ '" I irillion lieople. Th" ]i:ir;y hr fi'liiKiu Uj insjx';-,- ; he ni",\' ) ill Orc'ioii, PKKMISSIOX ALFRED HAYR DIED SAT to|P leresf.' do not �When o lOdiniin- a mounts of imeiii on 1 not say as 10 do noi The sad deatii oceiirHt Kilnif eveninR from appendi conic .Mfreri Mayr, a nierdid that ware firm of Mayr jiisiu of a the best le# capital called for by the railway act* Kegarding sou-:e omissions from tlie bill Bennett ashed why Minty hiul written Clarke telling him to )eai>e out the townsiie.s "lest the opposition should ask for a share of tlhem," and .Minty .said tUa: lie undeiBtoed the government cared very Httle al�*pt the townsltes as they had proved xry. unproductive. I^air Wage Clause Left Out The fair wage- clause was left out in order to facilitate the pa�sag* ro.iniaify ne, if desired, ni'en , in.!; 011; u'.' ]',o.\-rci'il-ons \'�y;ij�v l'iHh>rt:ik-(Mi liy ii Ci'Jizy Mini .\clsoii, .'Xpril ,'111.-The liirec wise men of (ioschcu who weH^' t.o sea in a bowj Here only aniaiciirs and poor ainalciirs at that, to a man who siarleil from Kootcnay Landing ycs-li'Klin inorninii; in a biscuit box, steer iiii; a hold course for Hossland. This !mli\'idnal was !'"i'aiili Karcc, a man about l.'i years of au;e, and he launched his bark at 7 o'clock in Ilie lie rcaclii'd a safe haven in a .Vcl.son ;.;ovcrnment institution last ev-eiiinp;. Fn.W!. H,\HK Karcc,who is 11 Kinlandcr, and who I'oniicvly worm-il on const met 1011 work for the (!rea( .Vorlherii al i^iko made careful iireparations for the perilous Mi\at;e, 'l"\io small lops, lacK-I'll lou'cthcr by bits of board, coiisti-luied his noble craft and scaled on a small iiackiin; case he manned the oai's, or rallier the oai, w'liicli was a sialic witli a shingle nailed to Ihe cud JKvidcntly a devotee of the simple life Karee had .slocked his larder with five old hones with remnants oi meat hanging to them, and a bag of .salt. Favored by the current, the lonely voyager made as much a.s four miles by 10 o'clock, at which hour he laSR^ _ ti-ain,'- ,^ ,, tiuived whJK.  ' -A large raft, had bee?^\;^'ll ."-Junday delving in-Kossland to see hubris ruins ni (he The .situation hcin^ '.'iiH for the ed the Ku.skanook put ou^^^ a relief expedition at the req K, .lensen. provincial constable' Cicstoii, wlin was on liis way home from Nelson with ("onsiables Laccy of Klko and .Sampson o! Ooal Creek. So oilier ciafl was available, Kareo was oNcrhaiileii about five miles out mid was taken on board Then ensued one of the most iii'ii(|Ue on ''*^yi .i.s,se;i iva-' s,i;ne a.s Irks^jromoL-eiulia\a:e,: to iii t from the trov-riinient, Tjic,-.' eliau-ies included the .nniilin.n o; -jt necessity of resident lirectors and -,:!� reducing of the ji.'itd : ii.'i capiiai belo.v lb jier cent, of I'lie i s.ibse.'iiied (..ji:.,i .,s called for in j the 1 a.ilway ac, �i\'li.'i! do yoii nu-an liy saying in your letter to Clarke, 'lest, tihe opposi-' non isk lov a share in 'the lownsite'!" il'iiis was in relation lo Minty's old ieiter to Clarke when he was snejiJsiliv of townsltes along the A. {^0iTn't^n. "Il wivs muievsiood aWty. ernments are eoncerii�tur.75 Standard Fafmhire Co- Ciiil>bSt. OiHPMttcHerald BIdg. ����� ;