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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vol. IV. LetUbridge. Tuesday, May Number 125 HOPE OF PEACE FAMHER AWAY THAN THE SCENE OF it LY ENCOUNTER AT FERNIE MAGRATH TO ANOW FACTORY FOR MEDICINE HAT Spectators Applauded the Remarks Made by Clern Stubbs Chairman Gordon a Con- ciliator in More Ways Than One (Special to the Herald) session ofl the Conciliation Board brought out a audience of people, mostly min- i.y hear the taking- of e-vidence aud o.-Kfrve tlie manner in v.-hich the Dr-rJ t-oiidiicted the enquiry. was evident that Chairman Gor- fk.' vra's.' keep the proceedings proper bounds-and that he is to .the task of maintaining the of ".he board in a manner ac- to' all' parties. At one time "during the afternoon Mr. Gordon-had'-to request that the audience observe; silence. This was when one of the board members start- io nrobe into the matter of dues Tiaid to''the U- At. W. of A- by its mem- Stubbs replying- to this', 'stated that'such procedure up- on the parr, of'the friends across the room might make it necessary to en-j into the membership fees and! jssid by- the members of.the...Op-. eraroT's'i Association, and to find if it had--'cost-' the Coal- bstck. into tne association, after .having -left it. ...This pleasantry brought -out emphatic SEND AN To the Dry Farming Con-1 Agreement Reached Be- tween City and St. John Manufacturer to the Herald) gress at Colorado Springs HELP LETHBRIDGE SENATOR; ROY. Of Edmonton, who has been appointed Canadian Commissioner to France. To Get the Big Assembly Medicine Hat, May 9. An agree- j invent was signed here yesterday be- jtween the city and Mr. McDonald, re-j (presenting the Gordon Wire and Nail! I works, of St. John, X. B., by which thej j latter agree to put up a plant employing 30 men. The city is giving feet of "gas per day free, twoj acres of a site, gas and water at mairj- j lecturers' -rates and exemption from Johnson's Statement i n I Court Brings Out a New Point STILL ON STAND John.. McKenzie 'Passes for the Following Year (Special to the Herald) Magrath, May a recent meet- ing cf the Magrath Board of Trade it was decided to send an exhibit and a delegate to the International Dry Farm ing- Congress -to be held in Colorado Springs this fall. It was explained by several speak- ers that if Southern Alberta landed the exhibition and congress for 1912 it would be accomplished to a great extent by the delegates at Colorado Springs, as the location would there be finally decided upon. It was there- fore very essential that just as strong a delegation as possible should bej The agreement I will be suibmitted for the approval of the people in "a short time. SIR FREDERICK LUGARD, TAX THE LAND ACCORDING TO VALUE Premier Sifton's Sugges- tion to Improve- sent to the congress with inductions .merit Deputation rn nco fVimV unhlnsf-r? arid infill- to use their unbiased vote and influ- at Flint jence for the location of the next con- Igress .in Lethbridge. Nothing Very New De- j veloped in Tuller- Thaell Case W. H. Johnson was on the stand jail morning in the Supreme Court, but no very material new points were elic- ited in his" evidence in the case of Rex versus Tuller and Thaell. To. Mr. Conybeare witness said that on the fracas on the Satur- day after Tuller and Thaell had de- manded the money, he went and re- i ported to the chief of police. The next day. Mr. Harris came and demanded the payment of the note but wit- ness said it was .blackmail aud he re- fused to pay it. c "Under cross-examination by Mr. Har-! i hlUK. I tiey are DeeKlIlg ris, -witness maintained that Harris' demanded, payment of the note and j Altogether 1 Op Wide Madero Unable to pel Foliow.ers to Obey Orders" OTP1I I STILL FIGHTING Mexican Revolution Not-Geased-Prospects Dark for Peace Mexico City, May wilderment is being betrayed by. lornment. officials regarding the new (Specia1 1o the Edmonton, representing tclie the Al- 1 'It was shown inat all the smaller I towns should boos-t for the a District John [at Lettobridge. -An- for' A-Sson-atlon Vailed on Premier- 'Sif- approval from "the miners and the trouble was over. At'another stage of the proceedings, (.'tiairniau Stockett asked tlie chair- man crowd which was press- ing against the table where the bper- if witness did not pay he -would -ruin the -reputation- of wit- ness and his family. British Consul at Canton, the scene of :-turn in the raPid Changing' situation _ at Juarez and General Diaz himseif the Chinese Rebwllton. i. is in consultation with his minister of war other members of his cab inet. on the new turn of affairs. It is contended in official circles thai; the belief held by- the government ;.for some time regarding Maseru's inabil- ity to. control the Insurrectos is now amply proven and that h-- pro- duced a condition of anarchy rather than war and is pointed out t-hat -if he cannot .control tlie m-i'i his direct-.-command he will IH unable, to direct the scattered bands iJic. event of peace negotiations .beingjar- rived at. Dispatches from Ma'deros' organization bv-: the army, sections of 'which ignored G-'gii- eral Madero's command for the cessa- Po ers" t-t-ioii- of-hostilities the general ing. on_the matter and' finally vdeclin-r' Mr. Harris: "Mr, Johnson, that- you are standing there and. tell- j absolute untruth." "1 know tfeat I am telling the ing to keep his promise iS1.J-tack the-city.-It :is said that had been (Special t-o Ottawa, in' the Commons evident, their ,have Ueen: "_ J- death appeared in the- Flint, Mich., jshaw will be the man appointed to re-1 conveRtion -Journal as 'follows !present :Magrath at Colorado Springs; 01 lute truth-and you know, was the with' the grain reply of j far the support of towards both sides to.obtain nil the Association i Johnson' toM .'Harris .he was! lying reciprocity! When bill iincorpor-! Jut ot truce Hags Falling backward down a flight of'this fall. Mr. widely stairs at the home of his son, George not only- throughout Southern 754 Witherboc street, John Aiberta but in many of the States_as u _ .nmintTT.' VlQt-inO- He knows this country, having held .last November. The deputation comprised "Wm. Mason, of cord, president Jas. McXicol, oC secretary-treasurer E. sat, be requested to move fur- "gas _, resided here about, nine years daring! -J- Fream, oi Inninsral, and F. L. tuer back as their interfered With deliberations of the" members of his committee. This was a reasonable request, as'" the table being near the en! ranee door, was exposed to the pres- sure of trie crowd which could not fine! seating room. President Powell said to the men: "Come over here, VP -vnn't 'be bothered iby you." Hoard Member "'MacLeod objected to and requested that the' room be cleared, .but Dr. Gordon thought that Mr. Powell had only indulged in a lit- tle pleasantry, but he insisted that order must be the first thing to estab- 3 clear headedness of the cbair- m; when others, seemed to get aj fogged' winning much respect; tor him and the task of holding the! audience within-bounds has been prac- tleasily acconiipliehed by this noon's .experience: ;Got a Compliment guch force that a hole -was torn in-'Ms- head and his skull irac- which time he has been engaged in farming and implement business. boosters we have in our community 'tured, causing his 5 o'clock Heathershaw is one.of the keenest ?ast night. The aged man had been subject to attacks of dizziness'for some- time. Yesterday morning lie was down in the basement pi his. sort's home, and as he ascended the stairs leading to the kitchen of the house he reeled and Moorehouse, of Calgary, members of the executive committee. The deputa- tion was well received, and President Mason expressed himself as highly and it goes without saying that Ma-Leased ilie hearing, which was grath will be well represented if he is appointed delegate to the congress. The Board of Trade has also launch- ed a wide publicity campaign. This is something that has been somewhat fell backward. He was discovered neglected in the past, but not so in shortly afterward lying in .an uncon- jthe future. Literature, scions condition with from the wound in his head. A phy- sician was called at o accorded. The discussion with the Premier hinged largely on a resolution seakiag legislation, which will permit of the if he said that he told him to "hush" atina; the Grain Growers1' Grain Com i when h'e spoke: of Johnson's having pany as approved bv the Senate, interferred with wife. came before the commons, Mr; by comrades. Navarro Wouldn't Surrender Paso, May 8 the tiring Coming to jhe accounting of thea-f-jter, who was leading" the. Opposition ceased, at 10.30 tonight -it was rum- fairs between Johnson.-, and Thaell i m the temporary of Mr. Bor- ored an automobile party went which Harris maintained was the vigorously opposed- the -measure', ito Demand the surrender of ject of liis visit to Johnson's office to j He'argued that the powers to froni' Gen- Should General whness would not say that he j the growers were far too-wide refuse, another attack isim- remembered m'akiug the attorney had In court. He said he had turned everything asked for over! to proposed that thevvbe- materialTv The insurrectos from the ;Art Tailoring Co., in reply one-from-Johnson, guaranteeing the j' not bother him a thought payment of Thaell's account, was pro- the government should--be restricted curtailed or that the .bill be refused, believed had retreated early in ,r the evening from Juarez are" now said 'to be concealed in the city awaiting're- inforcements. Physicians have been. Clarke-, the accountant. A letter He declared that the fact that it was 11 the Art Tailoring Co.. in renlv to! growers he was "Did reorganization of local improvement j duced in court. in its "mad, He ordered in attendance for .the and the opinion is general forts to revive the injured man were unsuccessful. blood flowing great resources of the Magrath dis-i ead trict, is being sent broadcast orenthel 'hp ]S 'hut'flll1 ef countrv and already -many enquiries improvement, districts into lhave been made. municipalities Another'.new feature was Johnson's caustically Wlli be The eminent had better further- 'exten-dilesto JS'gradually, losing its nine aild sixteen town. local; statement tha-t he had never sworn out information against Tuller and jn I you, I wanted you to A great deal of money will -be spen eastern provinces are called councils. i admit that." said Mr. Karris. powers and give the grain growers 'isurrectos are determined .Mr had lived with his iin lhe next fw iof publicity, Premier himself coming here from hcthbridge- Alber- ta, Canada, where he conducted the McKenzie hotel for a number of years. He was well known to the travelling ing on interest that spells success. public of the Helped Build Grand Trunk tion The ir.alter of changing i he-sys- tem of taxation. At "the T-resent rime there is an acreage ten f A CHINESE LODGE-OF MASONS Cenls per acre. The Premier asked j Hamilton. May Chinese lodge the opinion of the delegates ccnctrn- !of Masons has been organized, iand will be affiliated with the he power to manufacture- members of i flSht- believe they can take j parliament next. uarez ease, as their "advance" Speaking of the woman in the case ..yex. of'Winnipeg, Jol-i guard has' ]t is rePort-ed tonight, i ,T Icompletelv routed r.hp ffrfpruT iowms; jn tne same -vein, F LVUI--U jeaerai otiupost- Americans, four, of them iir'.the rebel army aud one a Chicago-] for the consideration of the a-soeia- ThaeU's that name was noV.-t6o. modest made no indecent any way by word or action to Mrs.! bumble for the association. K-e j said tbev Co be called the Coming: again to the conversation In "Almighty and all powerful' grain growers." wo was caught on the when tie .fighting started, 'came; >to George Linn was the first witness called by the mine workers and the chairman complimented him upon the Before going into the hotel business iian organization. It is the straightforward, intelligent manner McKwixie was employed in the jese lodge to be organized in this samp vahle CreetS nSnts construction department of the Grand tion and many prominent oficers.ofj t case. Witness offered to produce OiKcU 3.L vxtcclv njliltrb iUi rhzA -fVm-n ArtQ-vA-o finH i Lt.HUU i Trunk railroad. i-Ie assisted m order o-orn uttawa, loronto ana, opjni-0 to ,he i books: Trunk through Oni-ar- (participated in the ceremon-1 F v i act the middle of the Santa Fe Abridge and permission tonight years and had worked in all the mines there except number one and old num-j ber three. lie was working in number; m 1854. one south, when the mines were clos-l -John McKenzie was born in produce books to show; this to be the j asked no -thev i r-aco i _ i are movin .'the. Companies' insurrecto up the N; Seventeen caTldidates entered. Cape .1 being-an entirely cnfr. ed down. Ke was paid by day work.'Briton, Nova Scotia, March 9, 1822. JF1REMEN OVERCOME No price. Had been made on contract; He went to Ontario in and set-i BY GAS AND SMOKE work since the change had. been madejtled in V.'oodstock, later going to Al- t'rom, pillar and. room long wall where he lived until he retired tern. No price had been set business. He was married in woric. Three dollars was paid for lo MacKinnoti, who died work by thejlay. The old rate per, sevfiral ycars ago He leaves one would be rwr pay for the -work erine under new Pie esplainedi rUffir-nlr nnri Arcl'T" SHOT BROTHER BY Johnson denied ever having t vvil.u Tuller-.' revolver before the morning i had fiP fbreabins of the armistice'.disp i _, vears under provincial charter.- It 1 The time of the Supreme Court M connnrs 1 according to the' views 01 the up that timbering more difficult and James' a e thr.f failure. to provide- timber Alberta, and John, of Woodstock, J will recover. Loss was a source of general He also leaves 26 -grandchildren j ROYAL BANK BUYS plaint. ;He bad made such and 14 great-grandchildren, himself, working in number] The body will be shipped to Drum- five mine he had lost time because ofjho. Ont.. over the Grand Trunk and lack of timber, this loss probablyj the burial will take place in that vil- smoiinting- to Three days per month, j Jagc. Three prices were paid for work inj number one north, 1-2, flO and WJ AVIATOR A by in a fire in a drug store in the down jtown district late today. The threatened to destroy a big of- Regina. Mav (hat gun building at Washington and. La into rhe T never want to'see )lled Claud Paintin, twelve- ftrenic- ojd son of Dr pajntjn of Kronau. jsask.. yesterday, just after he had fa- tally shot his sixteen-year-old brother Hess. While tbe father was at church yesterday afterrjoou was taken with the getting of the evidence of (Mrs. Spaven. Her evidence was i tbe same as' that given at the first i trial. She explained 'that she ern farmers. could not see any had result would follow the pass-i ing of the bill. streets, was controlled hours' fighting. ;the boys were cleaning a 22 calibre It was the latter, supposed to IT If IT1'156 ]oaded- that ClfUJfl Pointed and dis-i I HliKl H Al HAj ;charged at hip brother- bullet en-j i taring the boy's forehead. .couners to all camps of the different- callints; f0r a Attack on Juarez Paso, May general attack !OT1 Juarez -DV' insurrectos has begun. Jas Mr. (-lark, Essex.-pointed out decision to attack" the federal some time getting the towel off the the ?rain :wcre asking made after the enrbys. line and the coal from the coal PJIe >'as. in t0 ;pnnies Act as oi'der nrov- eiai returned, saying :he.'re-', inces, while -Retina, took to For an armistice ground-that it would bft he' seat nhem to Judge iv.r The opposition tr, out the -Laroaja1' federal-peace envoy, but' he.- C-.SP 01 icrain growers Vhen oth.r lebV" ir.conwatiotis were srr.tiled equal Juarez jprivik-srs. Three clauses were held nring bv insnrrectos ,_. -r..r h.niicr cnnsHcratioq in. deiachment stationed' in an J fec j adobe house near Stauton street I j bridge. With their machine siin-'je'r- MfLITARY :eiied to sweep the- main street 'of' OPERATIONsJ.I'Jaivx they -waited p-Mfieutly for .the: tiiey were both frozen. had to cet the axe-to loosen the coal, She-jlcnicd having discussed evi- (Continued on page TO TELEGRAPH POLEj Halle. Prussia, May Gas- cents per t.on. In number one south, the same seam, the top seam work was paid for at SO cents. The who arrived here from Berlin last' called for. seven timber in .number on tbe first stage of-flight tof south but timber much larger collided with a telegraph pole i' supplied, and iie had to call in Braking the machine and suf-T miners-to help place He gotjferm-g from a broken He re-j twelve guns in advantageous positions. iiiote of the military operations them are brought into action .itor the benefit of the Canadian militia on rne oiiTSkirts o? the town, shelling Major Paley is one from which m.iin column of .jrhe staff officers now-.loaned by insurrecto array must pass to en- Spokane. The balance wiil go Imperial war office, under the system clt-v- 'inless ibe rebels imperial exchange of officers forlto follow tiie river bank. bv train. imperial exchange purposes. (ContinuecJ on page ;