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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VoL TV. Alia..- Wednesday .-May'3, Number 120 SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST TORIES ROW IN CALGARYEQAm OF TRADE JUMPED THROUGH A TRAIN WINDOW ts> A- T' nfe Lxet Acquainted i np a -Revelation t o the t: ravellers New Manager of the Crow's ;Nest Coal Co. With the Great Prospects for a Big Crop This "All together for Southern Alberta and LethbridgC'v the Metropolis." This was 'the "slogan sounded by the business men- of .Lcthbridge on their lirst "gel acquainted" trip yester- HTTHE FIRE W. R. W. R. WILSON Wilson; now, for the second time, general manager. of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company, the larges rarnnmgay, Barons, Noble and ]prociucin, mine in this'district, is" a Monr.rch; feii'inlo line and showed jnative of Midland 'county, England that ihcy v.crc as eager as the peo-jand has been brought up in the coa pje of. l.eMibridge; to boost for the ]mining industry. best country on earth. The trip, was When quite young, he was placed in success. The day fine and technical mining'school, and came incidental to the pleasure j with father to Sydney, .Cape Bre oi' liVe biUi'is; seemed perfect. The jton, at an early -age, where-lie-eontin- fcaUirc.- :of the '-lay was the' splendid jued his studies in the profession which entertainment by the I he has chosen for his-life work. .cltixens o? the towns visited.' They! Returning to England, he completed sremed'ciiarffcij'with the same course in mine .engineering, and M! cpviraismund desire to boost for j graduated. At the age of- was the cowitry that. has brought them then general 'manager of never school the larser mines offhis native hoys' 'fi'sh'ihs; excursion to equal yes-i lstnct- tcrday'r trip. It seemed that these Later he came to Pittsburg, and be- nicVi business worry to '.curl; their enthusiasm and good na- ture. Of'course, to-have all 'the, _ and 'Coal companies. At the same; time he acted in of .consulting experiences or a real auto trip your car '-'tiro, have a punc- ture, -or" run short., of water, another story. At.. the cars' be'gair-pulling nac'fe to but Mr. .Nest ttie pass Coal Company's raffalrsf and'.jsey- city on schedule men and', 'banners, made of the-'most re- ijiarkable-- that; pass- j Estates, L-td-f-the. mining in the fall of- 1901 to go ;to South. Mri- ca to take charge of thevy cd .through t-he. district. (Continued, on' page 7-) company in that pany was also engaged., in plantation, vineyards and large brick 'and pottery worlrs., Mr. Wilson returned to Canada in 1905, making his home -In Toroato, where .he. has been engaged in the practice of his profession of mining and consulting engineer until accept-' ing the position of general-manager of the Crow's Nest second time. Several Chiirches in South-! Mr- Wilson is and most favor- Alberta Affected Union-Decision The German Evangelical Cimrch of >'s unite with ths-Methodist church. This decision was arrived at. at. a conference which has been held at Ziir.icb.-'0at. since- April ?.0. The project has been mooted 'for some years past, bur, unril "tbis spring no'definite steps were., the matter. _. Although: the union bas always been looked with favor, the subject was yigorouslj-; debated but the result o> the vote was very graitfying to the un- ion people, being 43 to 10. in addition "to: this matter several otiier uetaiis_of business were attended to among tcera being the election, of .offierirs and the church appointments. iably known to all the Pass. -The employees-1 Calgary Man Jumped out of Train Through a Window Regina, May number 96 pull' out of Reginr, this' evening, six hours late, people on the platform were suddenly startled by seeing a human form come through the window of one oi' the 'sleeping cars on to the platform. When the natural excitement had died down it was found that Glen Calgary, who is on his way to "'his home in Staastead, Que., had entered His berth at Moose Jaw and was dream- ing that the car was on fire just as tram left Regina, hence his abrupt and startling exit. When'pick ed up, Lincoln was found to have re- ceived three ugly cuts in his legs and had .a bruise on his right elbow. He was hurried to -the hospital, and the latest report says he is doing well. In his hurry to get out of the burn- ing car he left his clothes behind and those willbe. returned to Regina on the- next train. OLIVER COURTS AN I Secretary of the Conciliation Board He D.eriieis in.Uneq uivocal i Terms Charges Made W. S. -Middleboro, of .Owen ,M. P. for-North Grey AYS MONEY COMPLICATED MACHINERY CASE Occupying the Attention of the Supreme Court WHITNEY LOST (Specia, to The Herald.) Frank Oliver j-.iri.A today- gave an un-