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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VT. Letbbridjre, Alta.. Friday, May 12.1911; lumber 128 MAGRATH GIVES HIS VIEWS ON REGIPROGITY CONCILIATION BOARD HEARS ABOUT COKE MAKING CANADA'S PREMIER OFF TO THE CORONATION Federal Member in Full Accord1 With Tory V Policy IpGINATION Seems to' Control His Views on Reciprocity Question (Sleichen. May unus- ually interesting meeting of the Glei- cnen local of U. F. A. was held last good attendance'of members. A- letter from C. A.' -31a- grath'v.M.P. forGleichen district in tihe Dominion house of commons, was read and The secretary was fiu- ally instructed to write Mr. Magrath asking "him toi explain more fully a number of his arguments against re- ciprocity. _ A matter of purchasing hinder twine was .discussed and held over till next meeting. The official regulations of the C. P. I. C. Co. were taken up and after some consideration it was decided to hold a special meeting on Saturday. to fully consider the. matter. The mem- bers present were' urged to use .i.heir besf efforts to secure a full attendance of 'members who..own irrigated lands. EATONSWELM OPEN IN CALG Toronto, May ed today regarding' thVCal- gaxy policy, of Co., R. W. Eaton, vice-presi- dent of the Eaton Company, stated emphatically...that "Urm .wjiild not .in that city, stating that -reports.' in this direction "to" pe-all non- sense. Nominee in Well and C.P.R.HASNEW LINE IN VIEW Intend to Build From Pin: cher Creek to Cardston CARDSTON NEWS Board of Trade Will Join the Associated Boards of Trade f Special, to the Herald) Cardston, May evening .the members of the Board of Trade dis- ON JAUREZ mi VERY EASK A. .8VCROSBY, M. P. a young and' promis- ing Conservative of the House of Commons DSEANAlE posed of much important 'business. Ov- County" Makes no Uri- certain Declaration Ottawa, May H. Leslie j usual routine opening was followed by the communications to the scfetary. The offer from Mr. F. Harris, Cal- representing the Canadian 1N8U i. Three East Indians Set and Mr. Magrath's Letter Following is, a copy of the letter from C. A. "Mag-rath in its entirety: I am just in receipt of your letter re reciprocity .agreement. When .this pact' was first disposed to favor-it. The-inore I have "revolved'the .matter over in; my_ mind, the less 1, have liked 'it, reached .the conclusion Uiat i.caijmbt support it. T note your re- inarks that 'the people 1 represent, are in favor of it. I not so 'Xfeel be. placed befoi'e'the'people TO pass upon, because' in my judgment., the character of pact .is'.jihe most momentous tliar, has in .the -history of tins countrvV I have no interest out- side of Arberta and'I am not interest- ed in .in the country. No one down here'has .attempted to can- vas my have had a number of my constituents to sup- port it, and I -have' had several to -op- pose it. I do-not object-to the United-States taking flown the tariff wall and allow- ing- to go.into that coun- try. I .have, no d.esire to put a board fence around this Country. The situa- tion to at' -will in my judg- Uon'servative candidate in the fruit !trial and Publicity Bureau, with of- raising riding of Wei land, .-has at Philadelphia, to'advertise thej public declarations, of his support of'district at a rate 9er month dependant mJUTe reciprocity. He states: "I am in fa-'on" population, was ordered to :be filed. vor of the reciprocity from a! A ver-v important letter relating..to! business point would location of the C.P.R. branch linejed was .chopped, up.with SIR WILFRID IS OFF TO ENGLAND Crow's Nest Go. in; Past Two Yearns SWEARS Ottawa. -May Wll-: frid Laurler left" tonight en route for England to attend the Imperial Jand; Coronation. He. wasvgiVea_a'.'. great send-off He expects to return eariy in July, to press; through the Commons''''-when. the house resumes; MaderoV Forces Have Much Fight- t: ing to Do TOTAL KILLED Numbered About Given a Lot of .Information Herald.) conference be- tween'.the mine'workers and chair- held yesterday immediate- ly after the adjournment of the morn- ing session of board, lasted .so-long -that, the afternoon ses- sion did-. riot reconvene until three Though the last session was short in 'duration it :.was a mosr im- SASKATOMfc BEYOND Using a. Revolver He Ser- iously Injured Citizen May him yj> iiis" -sh'oot- ing before the command could be at- Ctudad" Juarez, May- little bullet.riddled city tcjrigtit V- -j the provisional capital el Francisco I. Jr.., president.; and his staff 'of men taken possession slter. bloodwrt i battle" of the. Mexican In a room for two he held from. 'the; General Juan J al con-i-man'der is a captive', surrendered irith almost lus- garrison several 't'fi: i bo-wed and bt 'not talk, to turn-it down Cardscon to Pincher Creek axe slashed' with a knife cllarge of. the'coke ovens here for !where -Tohnstone was -three '.-otteri several .perhaps the old- everything' in, interests in the Dominion are against irea-d ,and it was moved by S. M. Woolf, nortant one full, of ..-.interest to the some of the facts brought to- a- 14-j bitter- In contrast, in -another little.. is. Francisco I. Jr., the conqueror, sunrooafrd. members of his family..ana outnyere of great interest: to the one-armed seriously, in- ic as well as the-contending parties. ijured Archibald was James the man who has !driviag a load of s shooting- revolver. it. not from patriotic feeling, -but frorojand seconded by A. M. Hi-bbsrt, Superintendent! enVpToy of time of ser- a of': the; ------......the President and Secretary of Ol mill n'ow the Coal; company, tinancial-greed. 'Canada "will reap -great'benefit from it'' Board of with the Mayor and! asked. job and when they found officers, jovous, with town solicitor form a committee" :that -he: -to i take vm the matter .and. that they of to e.-Hindoo 'empowered to act for the' best inter- Jalia Singh and .One of. them, nect with an. DISPUTE-OVER .SHOES CAUSED.'.FATAL" of Cardston.71 Carried unanim: Cbiarlestotii.. shotguns as John Warner! At the recent session of parliament and W; the A, Pt. I.-Go.-applied for power; tied a cbntro versy- a .pair. of i to construct certain extensions, and. t The communication as to member-! I ship in the .Federated Boards of Trade! of. the Western- Provinces, brought put a motion .-unanimously carried that we affiliate J such, organization and (send .delegates to the convention in ment, .is -that there will tie. a lowering Lethbrid-ge on the 14th and The i-ules were suspended and some There was a :Day. cleaning up In the court were added to ;the a total of some 50 ;when morning and -the city, is about -forty jalj nualify. Cardston will thus be: em dollar's ta the good as' a :result" of to four S Williams and W H 'are surplus -pro.ducts che irrigation factories in :futiire-! "That in the opinion of-'this' Board free run of our countrj'f and in. addi-! T_.T. _ this.morning by Constable Adney- of Ward- ;the- injured man' was taken tp ;-the, hospital, and were Jodged- in-'jail. This second case of the same kind'.; within. two weeks, and. the Hin- doo fprem'an and Jalia SlughVwere also tue- .alleged m the other ip THEFT CHARGE P.; Start, who was .arrested by Constable Green, of the city at Cards7on, and turned-..over to the was on the stand for a time. victory, -yet" ready icika they with man and uhen wi bo.v- the government if '-it is Frcm his description of tae process of got branch of the 10 slack; fine coal; from mines is .-brought "-co: the "bins .Ti ear to Wn topper, car.3.1' It dropped "by '-'gravity into" the ;bin. ;.rd ffomrthere n-is load- ed by: gravity- shaped bod- ies on" car; these cars being called larries, arid 'drawn to the 'ovens on. tracks. lying on. top. of them. Each larrie. .has a capacity of five to six and a half tons .of.: coal slack, and the charges to the ovens: are regulated by the marks upon- the hoppers which, in- In the morning Justice Scott gave suit of frankly and Uttipntets and without as All 'the dead' arc "being nigh'tr A'" coneervatiye estimate piysicians as; welt; as Insurrecto :l'eadr ers the" federal dead 56 .loss' at. 15.-' had occupied the time of -the- court .both sides. dicate-the charge. The f0r some time :and: again so situated that the oven [yesterday men can see them and can ascertain the Tuller-Thaeil: case The whether the charge vin the car is a was for, ismall point land the gone -iriro- very minutely, President !parlc -which the Powell, ;StubbS-and Smith, of the mine which -was he workers .contending that much dissat-. .arisen .over these from on ihp a charge of stealing Alberta Government the men claiming that jditbr could come down from Edmon.- Jack one of ;thB hobo or plans of proposed'-M.il ton.. IMPERIAL BANK TO ege. That this latter condition isjenoug-Q :steal something! -brought'thrpagh the favored nation j from lhat: corporation-, the' court! _ j didn't share our admiration- -and hand-: treaty in; existence. The Argentine ships prac- as much, wheat as the United and Canada combined, and she! A. ij a resolution substantially ssociated Boards OPEN AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat, May Imper- .fial .Bank of Canada will open in Medi- :.icine Hat. having t ofl j'cine Hat Printing- and .Publishing Co., the transfer cjaimed that it: wasi Justice Scott; ordered the defendant oi "the case and he is in dispute. 1'ves a.nd- :BalJ for John'stone and Ritbhie 'This morning the charges were often the men got credit fpr handling the small charges. "McLean, admitted that there. had been-; some complainr, but tlie mea hail the .priviiege.. of. examining the upon .some occasions these charges had bSen weighed -for the benefit o'f.th.e men. Once he al- -the- men to one. of their own comrades on _the-larries to do the loading to satisfy them jsettled out of laid and the-regular course was resumed; j over until the next; sitting1. SixVand' a half.. to.ns of coal turned i those settled out Adler court is hearing Plow Co. J. Harper Prowse of .Taber'fpr .plaintiff, and Ives and Ba41 150 The-.- real-.; nwmoer lost 'probabl y never will be known? as deserters; are imsny -been buried .quickly Aisooiated: cprresppndent: .counted federal v dead rnvtbe .evening, Among1 tt -el, former the taunted the the, 'std five beea an wounded, many oi; them: ccntly engaged at a distance river the town by General place .at about I o'clock, ,Q-e5erat--'j T-'tie civil list giving 'siderably. having' been ed him five dollars'and .recommend an amendment to has.the money stealing will be laid against cneiiino- of TnrHan am "J-'enin.g oi inaiau markets. arejnjm says he-got-past the' o the land in the new "block which .tiie company are erecting on Fourth out; fr.pm- four--to--four and one-fifth! tons ,coke and five ton charges re-1 turned' three, to three, and a hal-f tons. 1 vs' J -JvIcGreKor, Re :y vs Fisher, ;.Angus! G or. the: insu rrecto_ the -rebels had rounded, the1 barracks and tbreawced to 'annihilate the garrison His; d Imrncd as; be j Garibaldi withV Tb. man 8ot :S0 cents throwintr in conuguous to towns, placing'the ..i-aim.ers, m ia- UOMUOIInmmgration -anthorjties at .Kmgsgate 1oeo ,T, ho in an onen market and t lrnT'm population at not less than ina-L ne sejjs iiiAi.fc.eL anv a-p-pears to buys in a protected market. a go0d "subiect to i my chief objection is to.tlie-pact fea-f A cduple 'Of teamsters who' drove Ibrick and will be for. office purposes. Imperial Bank occupying one-half Mr. .Daly's letter from the ture. which undertakes to say that wrong place' Department at either comitrj'can-break it at any threo- and costs each f g for and reports: as., to] and: which, in my judgment, is the privilege. :IielP for weak feature. So far as T am concern-] _.________: was referred.to the board eSecu- ve power to act. .There was a Jong discussion .as; 10} ;j.the proposed exhibit at the Dry Fartn-.i .ring; Congress to be held at Colorado at t-ne rear of the ibuilding oc- cupied hy. the .News, and Apposite thefsmall charges, for Uypress Club. The new "block will ones, bjrtft of' Bedford stone and pressed to and; the average earnings do 'not think that any man is jus- tified in young countn- in the the larger and power- ful country to the south can dominate ns in our tariff matters. For instance, we mig'Jif break the pact one week af- ter it was put l_nto effect, but that 'would nor destroy it in so far as our neighbors are concerned if, they saw. fit to ke'ftp it, and some day we might attempt to "do something in regulating our oft'ti tariff business, whinh cer- taiQly -would think in our best inter-] ests, but.'it might not toe regarded asj being in the 'best interests of our neigh .bor, and. they might undertake to sayl tliat we breaking faith with theni. r. it difficult, matter in the pages of 3 fietter to .really elaborate the view! I hoid in that regard. Another feature; .is that we .are absolutely in the dark! as .to what it may mean to us. I un-' derstand that our home market, takes .So per cent, of our farm products It Is'our best-.market. Now. in view of! AT MICHEL t iBank vs" Wallace. Ros> Roy T. Uinnirht; er had him of ;t One man-had three ovens nartugj vs vs Wright.- sire ot the rebels to afford ;hiin H_f "-tl tt. Ciim. 1 1 Jjg when: the 16 to'18 f: ThPse that are laid A- score or rebel-pfncers days'a month was'fro'm ?54 to dol-jvs Mowers, Smiley .vs MaUnsell et rode up and extended .to hiP-'loading That the men were i5o dissatisfied. If charges I this. fail. Arthur Pern- reported, as'to i personal exhibit. The en-. of -the surrounding settle-i Cleveland, May Italian nam-iput in.the