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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vol. VT. 'Lethbridge. Alfca.. Saturday, May Number RAINFALL MAKES FARMERS JOYFUL TORIES KNOCKING GRAIN GROWERS MAGRATH TO CONDUCT Decide-to- Assume Charge of Case Against the Mayor OVER LICENSE Much Debated Matter Comes up in Town Council Again (Special to the Magrath, May When the now- celebrated, appealed license case Mavor AVoollev comes up for j Sore the District Court, FARMER MUST RAISE LIVE STOCK Salvation of the Country Is In Mixed Farming Given at the Annual Meet- ing of the Stock Grow- Association Medicine Hat. May West- ern Stock Growers' Association GIRL UNDER ARREST Young Lady Who Was With A. Southard Faces Serious Charge COMING BACK Waves Extradition and is Returning Here for Trial Minneapolis, Minn., May found to be in possession of merchan- their annual meeting here yesterday i jdise valued at which, it'is al- the prosecution will.be conducted by the town of Magrath instead of F. H. Turner, the original prosecutor in the case.1 :.Such xvas the decision of the town council, by a vote of four to two, at a special meeting held last night. The subject of whether or not ll.e 'town should take over the case snd in the district court was introduced- by Councillor Fas- 'mussen.' :.He had thoroughly gone had secured le- -gal three 'In a.eiear-'' logical 'adflress he although the Ambers recognuea i that the ranch cattle raising business I a dry is almost a thing oi the past, it- was jlesed. she had taken in. small lots from decided not to..c tion. Some -discussion followed of A goodg raerchant of while a clerk in the St0re durfng Marc, April discussion "to disband and have the re- maining cattle shippers keep an in- spector at Winnipeg. Miss Mabel Shonkwieler, who with her Clinton, DEITZ -FOUN0 GUILTY Wayward, Wis., May John. Deitz has been found guilty of the murder of Deputy Oscar Herp during the battle his home, Sawyer county, L last fail., The jury which re- 'tired about five o'clock last night reported their verdict' 'at eight forty-three this mor- ning. .Mrs. Kattie Deitx and son Leslie, accused jointly, were acquitted. He will prob- ably appeal the case to the "Supreme court. RAINFALL HAS REFUSE TO GO TORIES CANT BACK TO All Parts of ihe Country j Chairman Gordon's Elf orts ALEXANDRA IS SAID1Q BE ILL There is Much Concern About the Condition of her Health London, May The dark shadow snceher arrivain thicity on ay cast- b-v tiie Srave of. Queen first, this afternoon confessed her Alexandra's health hangs over; the The following .--officers were-elected: jgyin was taken to the central] coronation., season which opened offi- his' He said he desired to JJe fair, to .all .parties concerned and neutral "aftorrieys. thV whoie- c-Hse to them after Lear- ing the decision they, had given, and after weighing the matter carefully in his oW, Rasmus- sen declared that for one he was in favor of, the town taking over the case and the parties who handled -the case- in. the lower Company, he took ,and necessary that any ''further at-j exception ta the criticisms of Cqn- jtempt at members. Other ccrmpan- fn the North Country jponed till after further ies'V'h'ad been" give the same powers" W. H, Green and J. F.. Snyder board agrees, withvme: in .thisj frequently and there had been no ob- L-armangay are in'the city. They re-1 statement and further that we adjourn -port several light showers in their dis-ithe board now subject call ofj broadside from The provincial 'board of license coni-jtrict past two 'butitne cfeairman." missioners' sat here this 'morning to before the rain fell last j expressed, his .satis- e icousider tne applications for license; night. At Heid'Hill: there was a and with the splr- cast of Pipestone on the Omaha road was nearly wiped out by "a fire yes-j terda.y afternoon. Seventeen business f. was also suspicious when taken conjunction with the loss of Mr Soijthard told the cllief ,_ p laces were destroyed, including the that he thought she had gone to Min- e the ,jce sure S atl0n' two gram then wired the chief of police at Min- two implement houses, a bank, sev- eral general stores, two lumber decided that the committee on police neapolis, who apprehended her and I asked Chief Gillespie as to her dis- mid license have full charge of the town hall. ,r c, Mr IMPERIAL NOTE AT CORONATION London. May editorial- 'Iy with .the Festival of Empire, the Times says "Beyond all question the dominant note of the whole cor- posal. -it. Mj- Slthe request of the police here, [was saved fron any 01 the buildings, {the occupants in several cases being compelled to flee for their lives. application for a second license at a at of days ago.it manirestea by both and the own ranks. caused an immediat-e sub- siding of Opposition criticism, and amid much Liberal laughter-at their Carmangay was withdrawn and a li- country is looking the nest it ever has. }been conducted' "The'board." he said, cwse granted at Champion. The ap-jThere is plenty .of moisture. Half trfed to be fair, and bas, I hope, plication of D. J. -McMillan of Taber j inch 'below the surface the soil your confidence -in. respect: for a renewal of his wholesale liquor; perfectly moist. Mr. Green drove the pliDijC of Feraie. I-would like license was irregular and not consid-jross country to Monarch while coming ered. The application for a hotel re-jio Lethbridge and says the whole country is looking as fine as have conducted themselves newal by Henderson and Chapman of Royal View and a transfer, of the 15- cense to W; J. McLellan adjourned to 'be considered again June 5, ac was OUR STAMPS CAN'T identified the goods. The accused wo- man waived extradition, aad Sergt. to take this opportunity, of expressing mv satisfaction with '.the way" those in could wish. Double the Acreage The acreage will be much and the order maintained, throughout the proceedings, they, .have' been en- lar-'er tirely satisfactory to also, I I0r a reneWal ever before and sure to my colleagues. Mac- 'putting in all'he .can.'.Three and Mr_ and.also my ap- Urch nt Monarch. morning to bring her back for trial- ;day and at Macleod on Tuesday. BE -XCHANGEDj Q{ the that not found London, May the House of fin the possession of the woman in commons today Postmaster General j Minneapolis Chief Gillespie says that Samuel, reolvinsr to Sir P t A Iu V -.dsuub-he has trace ot sonre of ttiem. stated that he regretted that it not practicable to arrange for the ex-j omaiion procession will be an imper- change at district post offices in Brit-j B- c- GETS A NEW RAILROAD _.. iaT note. The main idea of the festi- stamps of the postage stamps sent I Nelson. May report that will be a gathering of the over- England from the Dominions in pay-1 the Maho Northern will- and SOO.-' Mr. Synder is the man has the SOO-acres' in and he says it' Mr. Stubbs, on .behalf of. the mi the bill was finally approved by committee without further, protest" or criticism. This is .the third pub-." lie split in the' Opposition within a week. Many members are to "be: restive under the boss rule of eastern financial and corporate anti-reciproc- itv interests PUBLICITY BUREAU At a special meeting of the -Board o-f Trade council last evening-, ment of small i extend its line into Canada along the north of Pen de Oreille River jbee" the city for a ANSEL the SUT-vcyed to Trail is expects to stay for some seas dominions which will help us to greatly realize -the extent and re- sources of the distant lands and peo- j pies.of the King. How help them and they us not be appealed irresistibly a sovereign as King Geo ..risore than any other British nis wlfeT who 'irjonarch of his Vast dominions. This jprobaibly sick and in one of the local fruit lands in the Kootenay and is at GLASS FACTORY T. Whitney of Ph is all looking splendid. The springers, also expressed tne satisfaction of position offered by F. A. Harris crops are coming up fine. There commutes be 2000 acres under crop within miles of the <6wn. Miller is Cheered "This rain will start, said G. W. Green, manager of with the 'tolerance who conducts a publicity bureau, at been shown by the Fhiladel-phia; was taken up. Mr. Har- icnainnan and the'manner iu which irtson was present end presented the Uhe investigation had been conducted, j matter which, has been before taem r. Gordon before leaving for Win-j 1'or several weeks in an informal way. g stated to the Herald, represent.-j to the meeting. Mr. that he had not been too conducts publicity work for gathered from what he said, fact has done much to enable the {hospitals. The police have made subjects of the mother country to un-IruJiries 'but. so far have not been able derstaiid all the dominions mean for j to get any trace of the man iu qucs- present served by the Nelson, Fort Slieppard branch of the Great'Nor- thern. A large acreage is being plant all of non. [and LeUibridge, who presented to him the possibilities of starting up in his line of business in.lhis country. Mr. Whitney would not say much as to the results of his investigations to sible. Good Around Vulcan (could JVfr. Love, a prominent farmer Vulcan, was in High River on in vest i gation wo.uld be con- made as "thorough as pos- Jf in the meantime the parties to work on man of the publicity committee, was not verv favorable to the proposition which had not been considered by the publicity committee. E. A. Cunning- s.x aam and President Hatch thought'it a good tiling their contention pre- vailed, tne motfon to make a contract. in orchards this spring. be induced temporary arrangement that at per month for four months with prejudice tbeir standing be- the option of renewal carried after be- and in conversation with thejror8 coucjliatipu. so niucli moved by Messrs. ''-L frqm ihe tetter __. X and ;