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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta WednesdayrMay THE LETHBRIBGE MlLY HEKALD Fajfe 7. AMERICANS IN NOW Latest Report from Mexi- co is Far From Being Peacefi tul DIETHBOND ISCANGELLED Hay ward, May was surrendered into 'custody of Slier- riff. Fred C. Clark at the opening ot. court" today. H. H. Vahon, -represent- ing the Illinois Surety'Company and personal bondsmen, created the open- ing sensation of the trial. When he arose-immediately after the opening of the court and said "It is wish of the indemirietors to withdraw the .Ariz., May the prospects of Peace and Juarez, there are no peace func- tions Tvlong- the western coast of Mex- FRAUDS, HE OF CHURCHMEN Bishop Scores the latlii- i'erence of Church of England Montreal, May of the wealthy and cultured classes A SCHOOL SWEET GRASS j Sweet Grass, May its meet- ling this afternoon the School Hoard j of .District No. 17 set Saturday, 3t as the date for holding an j election to vote upon the question of 'bonding the district as a jneaus of 'raising funds to erect school build- Stimulated Faith In Country (Continued from Front Page.) The district will be bonded to i Country a Revelation The 'country was a revelation to those who made the trip for the first time. The whole party were amazed rit the green prairie, the condition oi the land that is being developed and thc amount under cultivation. It is evident that so far this season cli- to the Anglican ministry as a calling j today was scored by Bishop Richard- carries. The board also voted, as j I matic conditions have' been ideal, If the result of investigations carried the district receives no serious set- bond of upon which- 'Deitz isjson -n a sermon at'tue churcii of the the (Iay to start imme- sn n a now at liberty." Deitz blanched, rose! Aitmicinn u.b thfi new chanccl and ;diately a new school to be known as I Leth Q i- K: j-__j. ni'nttArrinTiT- -mot? toriuo __ 'tiff', Rftrtnn school. about 1 U miles i j to his feet. The excitement was tense in El Paso i the crowded court room expected any thing from the "Outlaw of Cameron _e' Dam." who now faces prison 'bars again: With the same smile he ico. Kews that dribbled into .Nogales i guess up to them to do today from various quarters of the j "Simply to protect our clients against states of'simaloa and SonoraV tell oi ajl transepts were dedicated by Bishop tlft' Barton school, about south-east of Sweet .Grass 'Americans in'this city, familiar with han representative of the bonding com- jpany gives re.aspn, for .canceling John Dietz's bond. ithc- conditions across the border, re- gard the situation as grave. Not on- ly is the politicalwelfare of the Mex- ican States 'affected, but United States interests .arc said to be in danger. Even the lives of Americans hitherto held sacred by federals and rebels, are no longer-safe in the in- terior of Mexico. B.ailroad officials reached Nogais from Mexico to-j day brought from rebels to j remove ail their-families as .quickly .j weekly crop --report as possible into.-the United States, i confirms the impression that the cold SNAP DONE GOOD Winnipeg, C. P. R. Bishop Richardson declared that' the money-making and materialistic spirit of the times had taken religion by the throat, and, the future, he indeed unless _l, run through the 10 miles this will summer months (back it was the general opinion that grain tributary to was har- when it is hoped to have a substantial building erected in some the church did' her duty. As illustrating how Canadians grown negligent in this matter of en- the proposed school disclosed the to 35 I! children of school age, who will be tering the ministry, the bishop re- ibenefit'ted bv'the school. An cnthusi- j vested- in the, whole of Alberta last year. The merchants who were in the party' could not fail but return determined: -'to place heavier orders for summer and fall .shipments. The bank managers who were unable to take the day oft will probably wonder bank managers who were members- of the party will' in the future "looser- up." There will be only a recent letter from a gynran in the west, who had that out of 81 clergymen in tern diocese today there were four Canadians. "I am beginning to wrote this clergyman, "that you.: Canadian churchmen are frauds." Conditions might change, said meeting oiparcns met at the little difflcultv ior the farmers north citv at least to gefc for a vig- school resulted in the'above-stated decision. If .enthusiasm counts for anything, bond -favorable bishop, but humanity remained that, with Uailv the same. It- was the sign of out practical- of American- j arid to; advise all their friends to do likewise. Coupled with these warnings the threat of Insurrectos that' they snap recently has done a- of goor: shirking that he and west of a good .line this season- The Board of Trade and citizens of Carmangay, .where the first stop was made are great .entertainers. The men "got. acquainted'' alright. The visitors were .entertained at luncheon by the Carmangay Board at "The and mine host McNaughton himself quite equal to the oc- jto spring wheat by checking too rapid growth, white it has not "Weather is very fav- o stand aside in-religion its rogress kee ps step with th e rap, intended before the end of to launch attacks against Mexican border- towns., jorable for comnion'.com- the week ment and good progress -is -being made Spring work. Showers of rain or snow have done a lot -of good .over ail the Many American families are coming jwide areas in Saskatchewan, y Several Manitoba poJnts report wheat seeding across the luie. -O Ri.iMG FOR SALE "May Chris- tie's auction on -Mar 7, a fa- inous ring; which, according to Queen Elizabeth gave .to. the Earj of Essex and ,npa .return of which resulted; in the beheading of the Earl and hastened Eliza-, beth's death by grief, will be' The-ring-; is': gcig c2CJ2ieIed with blue and- set with saldbnyx caineon up-" on ,which is carved a portrait' '.of the descended through one- of the v lamily branches 'of thev late JobiiJ-. Thynne. finished and. rain will be welcome. The average con dition.of the seed bed seems well up to the standard. This shirking was a will- ingness enjov the fruits 1 .L pie were ready to accept Montana, is to.inaintam its who would not accept a liberal If was the same in regard to poli-j.butar education, tics. For every .mar, willing to fight j this district is.m-ade just for good, government there were hundred who 'stood aside. The Church in these districts Qf England) he said, had been who have the responsibility of CALGARY ASSESSORS WILL STAY Calgary, May Wallace, city assessor, has reconsidered his jand, in consideration of being granted three months' vacation, will'retain, the position. GIVES UP FORTUNE TO GO ON STAGE New she' has a call for the can- not resist, Miss' -R." Helen Lang, of Victoria.-B, G., is' tcr; TelinquisVa f or- vith a iprp.Yiso." that if she in the past because of her remissness in missions. RUSH TO WEST Toronto, May 3.- IS SUBSIDING -The big Tuesday rush of settlers to the West showed signs of diminution last week, had practically subsided today, less than 500 bona fide homeseekers leaving 'during the day. The C. P. R. fortnight- ly, settlers' special took out about 200 with effects. None of its its educational welfare, and A. E. Quayle -in a neat address welcomed the. Lethbridge men and spoke of. the friendly relations exist- 1 ing between Lethbridge and the the smaller towns in the district. "It's up to make. Lethbridge the capital' of Southern was the. way he expressed the idea. He was followed, by C. W. Carman, who declared .300 of whose four-der or the town, that the best -was at the wishes of the visitors.' referred briefly to "every'.citizen i- it. .to -'initiate an entirely new policv. is, hv no means insignificant. the attention of he ox Carmangay during the past six years at the be- ginning of which ''Carman's sand hill and iron horse or Carman's folly" began operations in what is now the best district in Alberta. President -.Hatch, of, the Lethbridge AT SASKATOON Mav the deals of -the yeai: j Board v an appropriate rcpiv> HERE are the suits to wear from now until cold weather comes again. Elegant Worsteds from Jrish blue imported Flannels in plain and stripe effects. In Fit-Reform's most exclusive styles, which appeal to all dressers. McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Letlibrirjge. To Meet At Fernie On Friday (Continued from Front Page.) the sense indicated, in the editorial referred to. H'e pointed out thaf'the Saskatoon, Mar 1, 1911. Editor of the Lethbridge Herald you please allowx me section provides that the: chairman f space in yolir "paper for a few lines may, if he sees fit, make .such, provis- j in correction of ion, but that he is not bound to do so, even at the request of either .party to! a dispute. Chairman Gordon-says that- your daily paper article written in of April the matter of open or closed sessions j are shown up in Magrath's new- rests finally, entirely in ftis; own i school, and goes on to say that Mr. hands, and he is to- shoulder j Cassidy, of the firm of Shannon Bros. Cassidy, meeting.of the day when TelfdMSBros. disposed of the i 69 .acres-'west of their "Pleasant Hill seven.coaches were capacity. Property. The vendors were repre- speaking of the development of the :t and the hospi- j of Carmangay. He then called that responsibility unqualifiedly. His judgment was that, "generally speaking, closed sessions for trie pur- poses of these were prefer- SALARY FOR SENATOR ROY Wilfrid Laurier announced in the'hocse yesterday that Senator Roy, Edmonton, appointed entered --upon a, professional career Canadian commissioner at" Paris a't a JUie legacy "would he" -.turned over to a salary of- a year, would enter on: certain charity. is duties immediately. seated: .by J. E. Narsan and tne pur-1 Richardson, the publicity ex- regarding the work chasers who are1 already interested J.n by J. A. McRae. The price paid" was Board had pointed out several delects to the Board. This I must take ex- ception to. I pointed out no defects the circumstances sniTOund-j whatever while in Magrath, nor could ing each, case created different, do-so if I, tried tot point out any ditions with, jw'hich 'fa board had defects about the new-school, spoke regarding tne grapple, and f it might happen that mjipr I, don't think' there is one to he of the Associated Boards of Trade fl' frvw "things which and the -co-operation necessary ior of .more advantage' "in .gaining, the oh-; are a possibly have been different or ?700 per acre. The property was good work. Jn developing the world's ijects sought than would secret ses-! those are found in every building. In purchased for speculative purposes and last grain, fteld sectionalism, 'has no jsions. In the present '.case, it had de-i ..Qe SChoo! a few of that; it -will -be sub- divided in the near future and placed I on .the market. Per Packet part. -'Each must have civic pride veloped that it might-be "best after; and this should be united in adver- those own the district. The editor was rifcht when he said that "Lethbridge pngs in.the case, to; open the proceed-; should-be. ashamed of herself if she to the public, more especially so does not' become a great metropolis of the and the entire The article goes on o say that the floors are not proper- since the miie. workers had'expressed ly braced. This is not so and.can- a strong desire for. be proven to he by the writer ot i The chairman thought it probable that the .article in your paper. I person- trict should participate in the great. sittings would ,be in have been following school; work the sessions here were ended. jmore or less for 22 years, and I con- While a wide divergence had devel- sider the Magrath school is equal to oped 'between those favoring school in the West, for "r the {sessions and the advocates of publicity: amount of money that put into increase in -wealth.- The .visitors were presented 'with neat and wellrgotten. up folders, showing a business directory of the town and asking, that Lethbridge jthe matter has Our own city of Saskatoon is Get acquainted with Carmangay led as to avoid anything like friction'buildingon aD of two schools J per year. This year we three, and 1 have to say that Saskatoon's first two or three schools do not compare in anyjway, fnrm with the I hope the abovs is between the contending the conciliation preserved its right to that dis- 'cussion. The fact that the chairman nr inr and faced the matter of: responsibility first-and keep up the acquaintance.'1 At Barons the visitors -rere wclcom ed by the citizens headed by the band. -After everybody had become acquainted. Mr. Hatch ?.nd W. R. Dobbin, chairman of the Publicity Committee, gave breezv ,-ncecii'is, Jin this case in such HU open and..frank, and Mr.' "Richardson pve -one j manner, will "go a long- way towards a of best addresses heard' on his retaining the confidence of all- visit to the city. At Noble a short i to.the dispute, and stop was. again made, President Hatch doing the talking. At Mon- arch another, royal welcome was ex- tended and refreshments provided by satisfactory explanation on recent the 'at- to imav be rendered by Chairman Gordon Magrath. the citizens and Board of .Trade. The carry the weight of 'absolute' sin- cerity v; No- -new evidence is' expected to come ..before the hoard today or to- morrow's session, if there'he one. The .Yours truly, A. CASSIDY, Of Shannon Bros. Saskatoon. party here visited, the home ot H, Besses' to be examined will he for! IE. photo p-urpose 'of. Corroboration of evi-, en, making the sixth view of- the j flence aiready: obtained. j CRANBROOK WILL the .trip.- .Mrr..-Logari finished his evidence and j.' When the next: excursion is-planned machine man, Is now all who took- the day .og jresterday. j giving evidence. After him, there will j will undoubtedly be in'.the party. or five others to. be.-examined 'here'. 6ns of the questions discussed at the morning 'session was -that of VOTE AGAIN Cigarette. About-twenty of-the party made side trip to the quarries four miles from Monarch, where they had one of dockage, and the methods pursued-in the biggest surprises nf the trip.-The c" D Tr immense quantity and the exceusnt- quality of the stone, and the advanc- ed condition of development, made it plain that this is one of the great resources oi the country. Messrs. Freeman and McLeod control thc- quarries. CLARESHOLM NEWS Cl.arosholm, May Lindsay, daughter of W. R. Lindsay, has left on a three month's trip to Montreal. W. J. Elliott, who has sold his farm west of town lately, left yesterday for Manitoba. Allan'' McDonald yesterday shipp-ed 25 horses Strathcona for contracting work there. W. J. Harris of Midnapore: black- smith, will start business in the black- smith shop lately occupied by Robert Gilmore, who has gone to Montana. The well known running mare Ros- alta. has arrived here from Medicine Hat to be trained by Spence Lewis. The town is empty most of the time, the farmers all being busy. Many were afraid for the safety of their fall wheat last Friday night but reports- generally- signify little -if any damage froni frost- 1 Sewerage By-law to Be Ke-submitted to the Ratepayers -rivif No., decision regarding the publicity programme was announced at the morning session it is probable that the Fernie sessions will be open to the public. (Special to the It is possible that: the end of the! Cranbrook, May largely ruga- sJttings here will be reached not later, ed petition was presented at a. meet- than tomorrow noon, when the board; ins of the Courcil held today requetst- that the Sewerage Bvl.w again submitted to a vote of the elec- tors. The Council decided to, accede to the petition, and to submit the By- law on Monday, May 22nd next. it is understood that a public-meet ing will be called by the Council when Mr. I-Iaddin, of the John ;Galt wSll adjourn to Ferine" for the nextjjng session on Friday morning. TRAINING SCHOONER RUNS AGROUND London, May Metropolitan Asylum board's training schooner Steadfast forty hoys and four officers aboard went afround today on Holehaven spit. She is in a dangerous position Other Vessels have gone to her assistance. DEMOCRATIC MAYOR WINS IN BALTIMORE Baltimore, May one of Engineering Company will fully ex- plain to the electors the derails of the proposed system. The Provincial Government; has a number, of gangs at work making much needed repairs to roads and bridges leading to the city. In the city limits the City also has a large gang grading and im- the most closely contested elections j proving the street levels, noticeable on record in Baltimore. James II j improvements already have been-made Preston, Democrat, has been chosen upon Hanson and N'orbury avenues.. mayor for'Baltimore for the next four years oyer Conner-Mayor E. Clay Tim a'nus, -were invented-by Paris sxirgeon in 1560. ;