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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vol. VT. Monday, May Number ANTI-RECIPROCITY WELL BACKED UP I CLAIMS HER HUSBAND IS IN ALBERTA INTERCOLONIAL gY.SHQWS A PROFIT iOSSES WERE NOT SO VERY HEAVY CONVENTION MEETS HERE TO-MORROW -A Prominent Stockmanare to Awociated Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta will meet- in. fcrtdge tomorrow evening- at St. Aug- uetln's Hall. As many as possible of j _ the members of the Lethbridge Board turn out aad help j Claimed He Is Now Liv- SAYSHUSBAND MADE HER BEG Talks on the Cattle Situation LOTS OF GRASS Prospects Good forRancK- ers-Expresses Views on Reciprocity w.. H. Fares of the firm of Gordon, ironsides and Fares, Winnipeg, is in thf> c5ty today. 'Mr. Fares is taking AH extended throughout the. West, 'looking over large hold- of cattle scattered through the pnirie provinces, and gathering infor- mation as to'the conditions and pros- pects -In the cattlg, industry this year. He-en by the Iie'rald, Mr. Fares seem- ed to have a very optimistic opinion conditions generally in all the pro-.; and especially in Ai'berta. "Ij he. said, "that I ever saw j the country looking in better shape way In my: life. All along the! line tie crops are well advanced. Inj Manitoba they were, almost too much: RO until the storm some time ago, j iv hi eh had the ;effect of setting them back enough to remove aay danger along the project. One of the great pieces of work that the new onganl na- tion will have to deal with Is the bringing of the Dry Farming Congress to Lethbridge in 3912. If do this they will have Justified the formation of an association that cannot do other- wise than result in a vast amount of benefit to every city, town and dis- trict in Southern Ai'berta. John T, Canada. She had j Kiver co.untry and soiith of Maple for District 18. Some, of the officials L'reeS. .The. scarcity tf bsef cattle at of the. International Board are' ,ex- ttis time of .tKe year is having a ten- pecfced to come tf) the; district'durin: fiency to make beef'a high price and I It. "will remain so all summer. We holding several thousand at different places through the west, and they are all in good'condition. About ton per'cent, will cover ail our losses the shut-down, and remain until' termination of the present- idleness has hoea The river, which was'rising .during the fore part of the .-week; has been flaring the .winter. There is only one j dropping again, as-va "result of the section wii ere the grass is not as good i cool weather of the last two or three as migiit fee expected, and that is south but was stopped at the line on account of her crippled condition- She says that she was all right when she mar- ried Lewis, but that ne hypnotized her and made heajfiielieve she was a crip- A :wire Jwas received this afternoon from A. Southard at to the effect that the the accused Shonkwiler, would make restitution for all the she had taken from Southard's store here, defray all the posts.of tfte case, as far ae it -the authorities i; willing. Chiefs pie has referred the matter to Inspector-West, who .will; take it.-iip they-; 'aflow to "-drop, --as it involves- a" case of smuggling stolen go6ds-across -th'e boundary. In the mean- time Sergt. Egan will await at Minneapolis. Many members plan to-devote a por- j.tion of the recess to. educative j for reciprocity in their constituencies. j Anti-reciprocity interests are or- iganiziag a; large campaign capital which to combat the pro- Join 1 own Railroad-- People Feel Hot Railway ter Pincher Creek, May Jposals .and- friends measure fruits of a scheme "for.: will do well to aid in every j tion of an electric were laid way possible work. The j at a special the-._ town battle essentially between the coucoil' here, 'in a interests of the people generally that between the special J corporate and this town and pjncher...Station... It 1TWEEN BANFF f AND THE HAT Work on New Alberta El- ectric Railway to be Pushed Calgary, May recent pass- ing by parliament of the Alberta Elec- tric Railway bill will be a distinct ad- vantage to Gaigary in that this city SHE INTENDS TO LOOK SWELL; jw111- during the next three years, have pie and had tooise a crutch. east of Maple Creek. They have had EO rainVtbere' this "spring yet, and as the Tange was ail burnt off last fall tJisv are 'bad way for feed." "How is. reciprocity going to affect tne cattle.-industry in the Mr. Fares was, asked- "W-ell; I would not like to venture an opinion 'on that subject. It is an open question. I best thing the can :do -aihont it is to go to the people and get their, opinion. As a rale the people throughout the Western provinces are in favor of the cays. Washington, May Mrs. John Hays Hammond sails the latter I part of this month for England with I Mr. Hammond, special ambassador LION CLAWED TRAINER- !N PRESENCE OF New yojjjc. May young lately added to the performing! troupe i a .complete electric railway between -Medicine Hat and Banff. With Cal- gary as the main seat of operations, this, .railroad will foe operated by the Alberta Electric Railway Company, a enous Ckarge Implement BY A W21 Medicine Hot-in Few- Weeks Medicine 'JSfci, Mfcy it Beattie, a Kepreseataliw of-1 ternational Harvester Co., arrest here, charged wrtfc priatiem of trait funds. He en into custody at Cartstfidi night and is now prisoner 1m Mounted Pt4ice The eoraplifarti agafwrt 'Beottle made by Herman Von credits the-accused irith methods .fax. high finance -that would do justice to most of Ihe princes of Wall street. Seattle's side of the affair will b't heard fcefoie Captain to ttewe ooEtinwapce kavicg been'tak- en for that -'time.. Trhfie'well known- makes his la Carfcrtadi. li; appears that prior to his high protection interests. The ROY- came about from.' a> suggestion ance in that the eminent has no fear of the outcome, From every province is coming daily hasarded by un- existing an electnc coirjnunications endorsing the pact. railway between would be'oce of or enterprises in this the dis- At a great. the Liberals of Oxford cpuaty .held. "aad "addressed by' Messrs.; ;Schell and W11- er.f M.P.'s, a resolution was gassed j What makes the to unanimously expressing: en tire approv- i reach, an issue was al of the and declaring it j the'eagerness would add--'to the wealth, prosperity i members, of the 'council-.accepted, it and of country as a and went right into ways acd -means whole benefitting alike farmers, niaira regarding it. The. matter- "broach- to other pEhe German and" ft was facturers- and co'n'smn'ers. ed opportune .session -of the The last, return presented by Hon. board, which had met for the purpose Mr. Fielding to. the .'House shows that i of making up their winds'as all agricultural and .labor organ isa- j make of engine titsyj Vould tions'heard from endorse" the I order for the action of arrangement which" is daily growing in popularity as ItsVdvantages are better 'known while irXjuent factional fights between .members of the oppo- sition indicate growing dissatisfac- tion with the position in which Con- servatives find themselves as servants of the interns of corporate bosses. A Washington despatch says that the anti-reciprocity- interests have en- gaged a notable "corporation lawyer in New York.for .the purpose of direct- ing a campaign in both countries against'the adoption of the agree- ment and large contributions to the anti-reciprocity campaign fund are being made by United-States high protective corporations. GETS FOR WHIPPING lion j-, 1 I W L-fi-JlitM, JAAO "4 VJLJL Coney Island animal show to-t j -j u els the aggi-egated amount, it is said. a.r.Tfl.Olrp.rt xnfl of a ntght attacked and his trainer, Victor Revire. -Tlie.. an- imal was prevented man to bits only by the prompt action of show helpers. The -beast returned to his cage after, the .per- formance in the presence of "-350 -In- vited guests when he made the at- tack. jrrom the United States to the Coro-j ny ,1W run. WMI, i nation she carry the most capjtal Qf Nelspn, B. C.. May IMhe Watts (insured wardrobe ever.-taken thaf .ended with a ver- dict .ofi damages to Ross Slater, the' victim- of whipping, against A. Watts; lumberman. country. Zvlrs. Haramond last, -week insurance on gowns and jew- KAISER IS NOW IN ENGLAND running into six figures. FIVE HUNDRED i HOMING PIGEONS MIGHT BE BODY ARNOLD New York, May hod y of a girl taken from the East river yester- liday was viewed at the morgtie early [this morning by a man who jsaid he was John, Arnold, a brother '.of Miss Dorothy Arnold, who "has i young man said that the might f perial ;yacht Hohcnzollcrn _. with tncjbe Qf sigter. he could lon Emperor and Empress and Princess ;not be sure_- Thft ls g6-far Louise .pa board arrived in tnat ppsitlvi identification j JBapirness this evening. The German j wlll difficult. whicli escorted the yscht ex- changed salutes''with the Rritish -K-ar- ships. Tlie latter were gaily ciecorat-, eel and the crews gave a cheering wel- j come to the-visiting sovereigns. Their j Majesties remained aboard the He-hen- j zollerri tonight and .will come to j den in the morning. The Emperor j Local Man Bringing Them from Chicago to Put on His Farm that the-bill is.passed, will commence work on the new road at once. Naturally it will be the endeavor of! the-company to push on the work asi fast as possible, tout the first portion of the line that wilJ be finished will be from Calgarj' to Banff, which Is ex- pected to be open for traffic in about eighteen months. This section of the line will be some 79 miles in length and will be operated by as many trains as the traffic calls for. SURPLUS MOpffTOEST HAS BEEN OUSTED Mathias Cowley Punished for Continuing to Prac- tice Polygamy this nature having''-.been-'found- neces- sary .since the bought over the same last -March: Every member-of -the-cooncil -.-was favorable to the scheme, ter will doubtless he- iwien-up -later on. The repeated promises- railway promoters to build m- either from or into this town with almost each successive- B.O road here in a large measTire' re- sponsible for our councillors In; the matter. Not a hint or -word has 'been heard of the Alberta Taci fie '.combina- tion construction of that- much talked of .unless- they do so soon the Alberta G-ovemment will likely step in arid forfeit .the ex- tension of time allowed-thenk. The people oi town are too wide-awake to he hpodw-inked nrv al- low the wool to' iheir and G-us. RaVtscilag, a were on terms of intimacy. Becman.. has been in this: troro manv 'lets than two rea: not able to manage with the Engtisi G-as, Jaaviag Kpeat of his tane in GW-SF A-Wca, .led, to the friendship It is. charged Beattfe cms and. simdry diplamaitee tactici caused the identic to. quarrel, and tsbh'shad Mmsetf in good of the.Genaaa. On the jareiwct the quarrel tin twt -would- resiit.' in their Iiomesleadt, it is Bewttie of- fered to -wifli meat aad save ifce men ibeir ycopei- ty. For tbk service ronr of it is ckinwd, vai to gage. for ttmt sniowil taken Waclcsmith's propectf. Abotit this time, so ttw the cotnpJ-aiasrrt runs, HerHjae notified of ifet txxfrti in this city; of between m 000 for liiiB- He that tie secnred tram him of cmroe to JtedSeuie Hht secured the gMog man the chattel mortgapB The HutUy teowt -toquiai- tive concerniDg %jb nooef atoA toctt legal Tie cnnt't WM cow plniirt J. J. Maiafr lor plainairt. and BealrfSfe w resented. Became of tihe Tcrtm eyes by wiseacres residing in Cal- gary or Etimonton, who profess, to know the sentiment on- -the'.railway situation here. False prophets i.nd j the'citF of their, promises will', .have to. ?rive i ability for Pincher Creek a wide berth from tHs !er Crown Prosecotar Begg trate KeaTy to The result of the special' !of town wfll to was that "an engine' 'of j power was ordered from the it McCulloch makers of Gait, O it. 'this engine is replace t-he one in use, but an addition to -the ami will he here in three..'m on tits' toe C. -T. Bckstorm expects to receive Salt Lake, Utah, May (announcement was mad-e today hy the! OT i Council' of Twelve Apostles "of" the' VerV Gredltaole OHOWingtOirarch of Jesus Christ'of Latter Day er .w FERNIE'S TO GET SALARY from There Made by the Intercolon- ial Railway If the electric railway .scheme j practical form it is. not' certain whe- j ther the town would'- as.sunhK re-! :s that former Apostle Matthias FJ sponsibiHty or a j Cowley had been deprived of the right] '.and authority to exercise any of the) functions of.the-priesthood for the town CUPID'S DART( STRIKES'THEM AT OLD AGE Will remain in London a week during will attend the unveil- j m? 'of. the great national memorial to Queer. Victoria, and they' are to be i entertained at various functions pre- j to the coronation festivities. Windsor, May Ly- dia Cross, of Walkerville. was married Saturday to Thomas Nichols. The blushing bride is 82 years old, while the groom Is a mere boy of sixty. they wiil be taken to the Dallas farm to form the nucleus of the flock ftatj { the government and w.ll .be used for breeding purposes Jhisj Mav total surolns'ciplfne of tae church. Mr. Cowlev summer. Mr. Eckstorm the pagt ;ear-on the intercolonial I dropped from the quonim of create a good local market for thIsiKallway V8S ?272.T12. which in view (several years ago, being charged with'' jproduct. and expects to have several iQf the heary- exPendtti.-e 'is polygamy. At the-same time thousand ready for the market byjan ejtceptlona] showing. The total in- j John W. Taylor ;was also dropped for N IhC, for .the year was M.S55.783 similar reason but was not deprived was deducted for jof his priestly office until last month, j" Tbe taking away of the priesthood from both these: men'.is in line with VETO BILL WILL.SOON BECOME LAW raising squabs, as they are easily rais- Lqulp led and the squabs mature quickly. jaccount on equipment, to cov J25.COG for revenue jer the cost of replacing the shops de- jstroyed by fire at Campbellton, Rev. A. Roberts, of Victoria, j per month expenditure of new fire ELECTED PRESIDENT the church .authorities' declaration tnat the practice of polygamy is'notj' tty the church and that has been elected president of ihc Rtit- Columbia Methodist account in addition to all general op'-tno'iw who encourage It will be pun- eratJni: exp-enses. London, May Asqulth at a private political dinner party, recently expres- sed hie absolute conviction that, the veto bill would be- come law without concession or compromise- Within a short time, probably a tew weeks: (Special to tee ..He Fenae, May the Concil- ia, frrca board -was the eectce of sA- tra'ction hers last week, tfhat was: not I the ooly bfrtoiVHraakma: device in. i eratlon in fewsy town. At the regular meeting of tiie city, council last Thursday night, the re- signation of Fire Chief McDougall j was tendered and accepted by the council. That body of hiw-maltcrs also pass- i ed a vote giving tlie mayor a salary per year. Thus, white the expense of the fire department was uiiced ?120 per rrvontb, the mayor was on the salary list at a r-et to the ratepftycrs of ;