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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T rTMKRTPGEPAILY HERALD ALMOST UNITED London, May l.-Friday's arbura- tion meeting at tne Guild Hall was as Fume Minister As- quith a.nd forr-jet1 Premier Arthur Bal- fo'ir said, one of the memorable ever held in the so many. memorable meclirgs been held Despite d certain amount of cavilling, in cj.urters where caullinp; is onlv to be expected, it iuay be said that for Ihe present moment English opin- ion has never been nearer to unanimity upon subiect. Nothing better il- lustrates this than the appearance upon the platform of the premier and the leader of the opposition, .oi whose speeches, as said by j the ArchbislK'u oi Canterbury, might been made In the other The same unanunit} of ictlma, is endcuc- 'ert m the leading, provincial journals OLIVER TO MAKE A STATEMENT May' the house yes- terday Hon. Frank OUver-stated that today he wished' to make-a statement regarding a certain article published in' a Toronto paper which had been said by other refer to him- beil. lie said he had not time to con- sider the articles tout .hoped to be able Michel Union Objects To Privacy (Continued from Front Page.) proceedings.but U> tecure them in ex- ercise of all powers and privileges granted by the law. The practice of, having proceedings conducted in'pri-j rate has, by the expressed desire and mutual'consent of the parties, been followed to advantage by many boards and the board in the pres- ent instance has Relieved it to be in 'the best interests of the parties, and fVi m to speak conciliation'to proceed in this man- In reply to a statement .by jS .-.nisei- at least. No doubt Borden" that the difference in bers "between the Americans coming to Canada and the Canadians going to the United'States was not large, Hon. Frank Oliver said that he did not think the value of the importance of learning the number of Canadians go- ing to the States warranted the ex- penditure of a large sum of money.. Hon. H. R- Emmerson said that the American system counted as immi- grants temporary as well as perman- ent residents. CHEAP POWER RATES AT HAT t eight cents per kilowat hour for of e' eiy paity Ow even uas teropl- With these rates in effect, there will ed to hope that President 1 aits s an added incentive tor manufactur-, view. had begun to spread the ing plants to come here, especially j of English speaking -pe'o- wMnh renuire electricity in ir there-has never .yet pie Cerlainlv there has never outset at least. No doubt representations made by miners" re- presentatives as to desirability of pro- ceedings "being held in public will received and considered by the board in the same spirit. 1 W. L.. MACKENZIE Behind Closed Doors The morning session of the board! behind closed doors again, and! the examination of witness Peacock. who was on tire stand last eek, was resumed. The reciprocity discussion was car-J action of the Michel union, in ned oa by Mr. Xante! of Terrebonne, J. G. Tariff of East Assiniboia and W. H. Sharpe Lisgar. manufacturing process. The an attempt or speech oi rate held oat any other city in or at meetings held tada is said to be three Hat. May l.-The electnc wat, ]ust twice what Medicine TRAVELER TOUCHED rates in Medicine Hat will be than anywhere else in Can- tbe schedule now under con- sideration is adopted by the City Council." Consulting Engineer .Maxwell and thoroughly discuss- ed the matter-sad ftaully it was that a rate-et-oae and one half probably offer FOR A LOT OF DIAMONDS ,ami there luvc been many of latei j Calgai.y> May to the with a view la promoting good valuev thousand dollars feeling between England and Gcr- on board the C. P. R. _ train recess to permit of.the loi 1J.C .W4- requesting that the session of the, board be open and requesting that the) executive -give "no evidence before it while the meetings are hold in secret, was also up for discussion and the board is taking the matter law con- sideration in private. Chairman Gordon was too board members during 'lie UDOU Wlien Hie Collar Sags and the shoulders bulge, and the whole suit pulls out of shape, it will be too late to regret that you didnotbuy a "PROGRESS SUIT this spring. V' "PROGRESS BRAND" CLOTHING ris all and "all right" means right in every respect. The outside is rigHt The inside is right -The cloth is right The lining is right' The -tailoring is right r .The style is right .The value is right And the PROGRESS BRAND Trademark" is in every Suit and Overcoat to guarante complete and lasting satisfaction. .many? as v-as dbplaved at the meet-ir.rom Hacleod, which arrived in Cal- FIVE OFFICERS .SHOT 'Q{ the friendship lgary Saturday morning. J. Fleischman Dailas, Texas, May a. battle, ,ior between deputy sheriffs and umdeati-1 ficd persons here this morning five j officers shot, one probably the press being admitted, as is usva'l MADE AND GUARANTEED BY _ H. VINEBERG CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL SOU> WITH A GUARANTEE BY McKELVIE McGUlBE timers are pleased with someone lad rifled his pockets snap which has checked veg- escaped with a case containing 1 'ri.'.-mnTirk which are estimated at tne t-leunou, uas becoming too ElWQtv" fOUHd 1113.1 '--C while ne was asleep in his puoiication. miners are unanimously free to discuss any-feature of the dispute, at, any time, and they are strenuous uij their demands for open sessions. Pre-] sident Powell is one of the most m-i sistent upon this point, and says ibatj the fear that tne meetings, if held mj tne open, would result in gallery play, upon the part of mine workers is! groundless. The" miners desire every- thing to be open and above board. Any other course would result m ore- pung suspicion, not .only of the but the miners would not have tne! I confidence in their own representa- tives, to the-extent they should have l if "board is to keep the proceed- in-s from" them while they are in pro- gress. The action of the Michel min- ers Powell said, snows the atti- in as mucn as any re- FRENCH NOBILITY LIKE ALBERTA Vancouver, B. C., April 3S_ are more member ot tne French no- j bility residing in Alberta than in-any j other, province or state-on. this con-, who is exhibiting eleven .saddle steeds at the Vancouver Horse Show now in progress. He said there were ,at least thirty titled French families >n Southern'Alberta. vTheT count is corapanied by M. Louis Dandurand. also of Alberta, who a crack ride? in the French army, gained-a high -rep- .utation. mitted to the men in the end for rati- fication, he taought they should be fully informed in a suitable to them, of what transpires at each step taken. This afternoons session may result in some decision upon this I point, and the vexed question settled, iso that the whole attention of the conciliation board may be directed to the object for which it was called. also ar the- show. Count De Roaldes and M. H. Dubern. another exhibitor, both belong to BLAIRMORE MAN FOR CORONATION Blairmorp, -May 1 -Constable Ir- vine has been stationed here lor the or more, has been se- lected as one oi the five delegates ct the Calnary KS.W.M.P. who shall have the privilege -of attending the Coronation. Mr. Iniue is a Cana- dian formerlv from Ontario. He has iorce something less than two vears, and lias made a worthy record for himself and is deserving of this marked tribute. The "Blairmore Sine" were out for their first practice on Wednesday last. They made a" very ciedvtab.e showing, and we believe there is ma- j terial for good baseball. The Tennis Club has accepted the vcrv liberal offer of the IV. C. Col- lieries Co for the tennis grounds and 'courts. The contract nab been let ana The work, will proceed rapidly so as .to be ready for use in ten days. j I The C. Collieries Co are hav- j then- western site cleared ot and stumps. They are puUing !ni giaried streets and sideways i 'year they erected tor. houses on this Iproperiv: and have pUns drawn out Ivoi as- many more to be erected at 'once The company are to be congra- itulaied on the commodious and ar- t-istic buildings they arc erecting There seems lit tic doubt that this is goinj; to be the residential portion oi jour beautiful town. The work ot excavation was begun on W. -T Bucld's new brick block on j Friday last. A large number of men are at work, and the will (now proceed j 1 TI.e I 0. 0. V celebrated -ineu church parade on Smuiav last, j Vfter th- parade, in vhich about six- 'iv worth? knights participated.-thev marched to the Cential Baptist j church, where they were addressed by j -1 F. Hunter, who ss X. G- of j Uhe local organisation j I The If. K. Webber Co. haw (Us-1 nf their catin- slock both here j i 111.} at CoSriiiAn I thr l" 1 ness. .3. R Sjuit'rt left Uat a week ni Said Count De Roaldesf "We have H good climate Alberta, ft is a, climate we French-men find to He most congenial. It is roughing it of course, for the first, year or _so. but after that we liave- all the com- forts that we would have at "horn e. The Late Sir'C. A. ant-Governor of Then we taie in an, occasional dollar. In France we always paid out our dolr lars.. lived, a lite of ease and dissaasfactioa. raced our horses-and always headed down hill. we live, fcreathe fresh air day, make a little are satisfied.' OF CANADA Capital, Rest and Undivided Profits Total Assets No Man Remains Pter" who saves every or month, or year, certain matter how FeW ever get rich without doing so.- The Savings Department of this Bank" prcvides- safe place for your savings to accumulate, and grow with the is-added 'l oi: upward Is enougli for tfie first c Money may be withdrawn whenever you need it., Mam Office Round'k Redpath Manager. -Stirling H. Reach, Acting Manager.- Grassy W. Luckhardt, Manager. 1 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE j y SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PaES'.DENT; ALEXANDER LAtRD, GENERAL MANAGER CAPITAL- RESL" FARME'RS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to for the transaction of their banking business incluaingf collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are ruppuc on application- WM-HTT BANKING BY MAIL mav be opened at every branch of The Canadian of operated by mail, and receive the same careful attenTtonasisgivento all other departments of the Banks Monev may he deposited or withdrawn in this xvay as satisfactory by a personal to the Bank. -23Jf" Lethbridge Branch 1 C G. L Nourse; Mgrj tf TAINTING, DECOJRATING, PAPER HANGING -The most satisfactory interior of any building we have H firm for had a law contra-1.' N BROS, You're Sure of Good Work from PHONE 1472. ;