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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VI. Lethbridge. Alta.. Tuesday, May A. R. I. WINS IMPORTANT APPEAL GIRL WILL BE BROUGHT BACK HERE HEAR ALIMONY CASE IN LOCAL COURT PROVINCE HAS TO KEEP UP In Lethbridge's Campaign for the Dry Farming Congress SHERIFF COLLINS Says that Great Falls Bus- iness Men May Come Here at Fair Time John A. -Collins, sheriff of Cascade 'County, Montana, is in the city from on a business, trip, iuiv- ing, cnme up from the south last, '.ignt o'er the A. R. I. Seen by the Over Irrigation Canals on the Public High- ways COMPANY WINS Important Decision Ren- dered by Supreme Court at Ottawa Ottawa, May the Supreme! court this morning the appeal of the' Alberta Land and Irrigation Company j against the King was allowed with! costs, the chief justice and Justice! 1'Ciinifton dissenting. In Regina rate case an appeal from the board of rail- wit h theiwa-y commission as Mr. Lai-mouth ap- gcncral outlook for a prosperous year to toave the appeal set down J'erald this morning that he was Sheriff Collins in t-he Lethbridge district. a'so that the crops in Montana looking the best yet. It began He says ltor hearing: at the present hearing. _vii-. testi- Reports received here indicate, it is said, that after Smith deserted from the service at Lethbridge a week ago. he proceeded to secure money 011 drafts drawn against, himself. TheseJaPPearance over a greater length of iroain feature of interest will be the un- I veiling of the great Victoria Memorial, i which will mark the King's first public an open procession it is charged, are worthless.. but 'the i through the streets of London, money was secured from different! The King's apparance in public de- banks by Smith because of his former J serves mention, for it marks the pas- connections with the Royal North ]sage of one of the few OpDOrtunities West Mounted Police. opportunities I vouchsafed the hundreds of thousands The exact amount of Smith's alleged visitors of actually seeing the Soy- After the dedication ceremonies a re'course of of tion to Secure an order orthe conrtUn accounts alleged to hare oven the Royal Family, together with tneir g-uests of honor, the Kaiser. Kais- erin. and their daughter, Princess Vic- toria Louise, will repair to the palace, where a dinner will be given in their honor. This will probably be follow- ed by a royal entertainment, which planks was torn-from the partly com- Alberta to give effect' to .a judgment pieted edifice on the late Queen's I given by the Superior .Court; of. the charged by Beattie in i lie ao. count rendered the uncle of the birthduy anniversary, and London was State of Washington 'at nant" given a -chance to view the partly com- t ber b.usband. The -a'mbuiit' d'f tj'nree o'clock this af'ernoon pieted work. Then -came the untimely death alimony and King Edward, the succession of Kfngj Mr. and Mrs. Cassavello w include among its guests the many George, and the plans for the fesri- prominent Germans who make their home in London, including the mem- peculations cannot be ascertained. is pop-u jbers of the German Embassy. (time on the' Mall is reported jbar. drafts 'for ;onception'of the Coronarion fes-' The monument itself is one of the workmen. shown .up so far. however. Smith and orje has not mpst structures ever under- listed in Saskatchewan about, two years wfde dissemination by the trades _ ago. He was transferred to this dis-'men. steamship companies et. al., who trict shortly thereafter and is well j "will profit by the influx of. the curious known here. Recently, however, he j millions. In fact, the impression has has been stationed along the line of j the Crows Nest. Smith was tr; rred here to son, of Conrad, was in the city yes- j the aegertjon took Sergt. Aslie 'is working on the case. jbeen fostered, by those who view the corning celebration from a monetary standpoint, tihat to see the King and would be an easy matter during sstivities of the Coronation sea- terday in connection with a p to construct, a. road from Falls to the international boun dary. Il'c luis been advocating and the proposition for some. OFFICERS FOR CALGARY son. Such the Royal presence at the dedication not the case. Except for MILITARY CAMP for tihe val'of Empire, with its proposed dedi-i the Memorial. From this! literally swarmed! Even- effort was. 1 the judgment is .'.which is" Beattie was comm tted for v i'the next court of competent mar-'tion. Bail has been fixed at tlaiir-; securities of each and him tiff savs, and they horcesteaded at Fishburn, Alberta., till November, and had chilrtrAn. Tils wif-' ded 1 (DEFENDANT WON made to complete the great, task at the; leges neglect and desertion, that Gass-j appointed time, tout up till a fewjavello left her for long. -periods -at. a I months ago it was feared that it would j rime without any means of support for j be impossible. 'At last, however, the! herself or her children." Finally, she THI? AfTI'ft.W monument was fished, and tomorrow bad j0 get from "her Vela- 11110 A V 1 1 Vll when the King surrounded by most of his court, togetner with the Kaiser and Kaisefin and their daughter, gives the! lives and went to Mve 'with them in Spokane. The defendant then desert- official word, the great structure ofjert her completely, .Bye ,at glistening marble, rising eighty B- c- She entered action for 'in the air. and surmounted by a twelve-jdivorce 8-nd got. tire decree issued :by The case of Skritting craft was completed in the Snpreme Court tits morning. Justice Scott glT- Lethbridge will soon be- the head-; foot'figure of Victory, will be Court at Spokane, which also quarters of the Great. North Insurance ;ed to the. public for the first time since'gave judgment In her favor for SliiOfl. Ottawa. May time, and now he wants Cascade militia camp, to be held at Calgary JO county to construct that portion of j next month, are announced as road running from this city as fur j lows: Lieut.-Col. H. A. Cruikshanks: as Steole- jorderly officer. Lieutenant E. Fron? Conrad the road will run Brown: D. A. A., and Q. "M. G.. north along the Great. Northern H- Bell: senior A. S. C. officer.j-O past various towns to Shelby W. C. Armstrong: adu' and through to Coutts. MrJistration officer. Malor S. Hewetson; ordinance officer .Johnson savs he has secured agree- T uimei. j :Cspi. H. T. E. Bo u i anger; pavmaster, ir.cnts irom thf towns interested to c j .Captain S. P. vet.ennarv bush! their share, of the road north- ncej% R warrf trom Conrad and has similar instructor. Major .I. A. agreements from the towns as .farjor, R. 0.: assistant musketry instruct- south as Steele to do their share in !0r. Lieut. C. K. Flint, 101st regiment; constructing the Great Falls to intelligence officer. Carttain C. T. De- GIRL BEING BROUGHT BACK Chief that the matter of dropping the prosecution in the case of Ma-bol Shonkwiler has been handed over to Inspector West, and tbar Sergr. Egan will bring the accused woman back here immediately accord- Ing to orders. If steps tak- en to have the case dropped they will have to made here. They are expected to return tcrwwrow mominsr. Co. This company secured a completion. at the last session of the Alberta 1o carry on a fire, live (to goods and chattels) and insurance.. W, J. Walker, president, and man- of tile British Empire Insurance and of the direcrorp of Vancouver Kx.nosition, and bis aseo- hold the Charter and Mr. Wai-' was in the city yesterday and .to-' and intimated to tbe Herald that he had received C. N. R, OFFICIALS HERE which was considered .her share of the property at Fishlnira. and costs.. The 'present action is to -five effect to i the judgment, given in SpoJcaae. Cdny- beare. Church for Tic defendant with The oertles are residents 'of the Bo-wville district." Splitting It ap- sold some horses, harness, feed and implements to Reycraft, taking notes in payment. The case arose ortt of a mix-up-as to payment, work CouUs road. All he desires now assistance of Cascade county. isjkain: signalling officer, Lieut G. here and he purposed- establishing the head oriice at an early i Many influential citizens of the; have become Mr. Walker has very good believe that, a good deal of be subscribed here and in S It is understood that rwo C. N. R. officials motored down from Calgary on Sunday :md yesterday, reaching the city aliput. 11 o'clock yesterday morning. It is thought that they are looking over routes as they, were equipped with of the south country. They left. the. .city early in the afternoon on the return trip. for plain-! tfcne. feeding toe horses, etc. Justice Scott calculated the various claims of both plaintiff and defendant and it about an even break between MINERS' STRIKE CAUSES (them. Skrittmg was suing SMELTER Tp'SHUT DOWN damages. Smith and Cameron for R r i- A- B. Hogg, of Carmangay, TJ.UK. xa> Conybeare. Church McArrhur, mms. supenntendent of lire Granbyjfor defendant, amelters at. Grand Forks. B. C.. saysi tnat the WOMEN ALL REPRIEVED London, May 190S and es'ablishment have to close down inside .of four days owing to the lack of coke, T the supply of which has been off by the miners'! 1310, 74 male prisoners were condemn- stnke in the Crow's Nest, The ed to death, and 47 executed. Ten women were sentenced to death, but all were reprieved and given life tea- r smelters in tJie Trail and Bound- ary country are in-the.same position. their reserve supply being alj used vy. 'tences. ;