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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. May 17. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD SIR SANDFORD SHOCKED BY FACTS 3 City Of Lethbridge Sale Of Lands For Arrears Of Taxes (Continued from Front Page.) Tried to Settle it "Ever since the mauer was lirst CLAIMED HE BRIBED THE CONSTABLE Page (Continued from Front Page.) Yesterday he had at the instance of triends of both parties tried to get Drought to my knowledge, I have had'ttlem to settle the trouble before it. much correspondence and much trou- came to trial, and in conversation wkb .Cost and bJe. I have employed every means in the latter had said that the my power to reach a fair and ne Iniide was :ru" tory adjustment. 1 have not said thal' on Dec- -4 whe" litigation. 1 have invariably suggested Fnompson W0S of Low he; i a. settlement in the spirit of h'im a vile name- and righteous means of reaching a just He said to -Mr-. Ives- t5iar ln W- i settlement. At length in the beginning! nsits lo Thompson he had not gone) Decein'ber last the annual ineetinglas bistloP as he d'd not know thaij jof the shareholders was was a member of ihej jand the circumstances seemed to re-jcnurcn- T11ompson told him on the! iciuire that i should retire from the po-jvlsit on Dec- 24 that he keen a! i jsmon of honorary president of of tjje church when a boy.jB company, which i had held from thei'rftomps0ri matle Deference to thej tirst. ipossibility of his dying when the con-' versations took place. He did nor Have You Seen "The Car With the Silent Engine "-Model 27 Lot JO 34 6 y.y2 of 7 22-24 A K.W, 50x125 of 4 4 W. 15 ft. of 5 7-8: 1041 K'. 3S S7 ft. -of 2 1-2 3-4 r-y "Accordingly-I..forwafde.d my ..letter.; Slk. A A B C D D U E E E J-l V V Addition Sub. of 5 6 Sub. of 5 Sub. of 1 2 Sub. of 13, H part of 12 Sub. of S Sub. of 9 Sub. of 4, 3 A Sub. of 5-9 Amount Advg. Total [of resignation on February 13 and in 3 25-28 EVo-2 W.14-5 S-8 Sub. of 10 12 E. of Sub. 10 fl Sub. of 24 3-2 K.y2 13-H 13 AVi 4 14 x 34 20-21 33 50-51 T-2 3 6 20-21 2B 4-5 47 48 122 y y 17 LS 18 IS .18 13 19 10 20 21 26 Duff 46.02 99.23 35.19 170.73 34.09 49.57 32.70' 79.76 6.78 37.12 17.74' 44.17 20.32 31.16 48.11 171. S3 54.77 88.67 99.55 75.54 20.66 23.69 37.25 66-76 50.16 7.94 78.90 11.36 4.43 3.8G 37.22 12.14 C.70 10.19 10.14 9.64 4.74 9.39 3.65 ,9.08 10.28 2.56 9.07 18.12 4.45 4.32 9.02 1.73 2.76 2.82 5.46 :3.0S 4.16 5.86 18.23 6.52 9.91 11.00 S.60 3.11 3.41 9.77 .7.72 6.06 1.S4 2.89 S.94 2.1S 1.49 1.43 4.77 2.26 1.72 2.22 2.06 2.01. 1.52 1.98 _ that letter 1 furnished ample reasons justify-the step-then taken by me sent to 'the board'on Mnreli 109.51 121 a supplementary letter .bearing- on 17.75 jttie subject, copies of which letters are for your information. They Ip'So I contain many facts which go to estab- tb'at in the interest of the public the financial, credit of Canada 88 78 thorough' enquiry is urgently needed. "I may add that in addition to the facts set forth in the letters now en- closed, other facts of great importance 49-63 j nave been brought to light winch, can be produced whenever an investiga- 1s made." Shocked b.y letter to Senator Edwards 8.5i 19.88 20.56 190.12 61.29 -toy letter of 'resignation 'without being "-y i saddened and shocked by the "facts' 'lO jwnich it divulges. The people of this 97.02 j nation, now in the making, sure- Know that Thompson his partner lYatt had given a pledge previously that they would stop selling liquor. MAGRATHSAID .IT WAS UNFAIR DIVISION OF THE WATERS OF THE ST. MARYS AND MILK RIVERS Ottawa, May time of the House yesterday was almost entirely with the discussion of Hon. W. H. Pugsley's bill to create a raauent joint waterways commission 74.48 56.22 ly desire to cultivate integrity ainon; tousiness-'inen. The press announces today that the gentleman whose, name "'i'-- 'is'mentioned in my letter 87 84 I NOW is to draw your attention and the 5_9S j attention of each director to this, fact so that tiie board may take some steps 5.29 40.99 14.40 11.C5 11.37 Sub, .of JO 9 41-2 10 57 77-79 SS 3-8 37-38 3-4 38-39 90-93 32-13 14-15 22-23 12 26-27 pi. S.E. Pt. S.E. 3-5 34-16 19-20 11-20 0-1.2 3-4 35-16 3 7-20 31-30 37-40 13-18 27-2S 33-40 5-3 7-9 1-2 S-4 3-4 33.34 39-40 21-24 35-37 Sub. of 2-3 Sub. of W. of Torrauce 3 (NVVSec. 5) 7 (NU Sec. 5) See. 5) .By -B9 B9 139 .147 25-S-22. 160 acres 2-9-22, 3 acres Vi, 2-9-22, 6 acres x E. of McKillop Kiginbptham Colvin Turner Sub. of 1-5 18 Sub. of 4 Sub. of 5-11 13-16 Sub. 11-12 Sub. 1-5 16 Alexander H H 12 12 12 13 14 14 1M2 17 21-24 17 S9-30 17 5-12 3-4 3-4 5-10 0. C6 ft. of 3" WJliiam) Vere of of 4 30 Pierce S. 66 ft. of S3 of W.H. 37 C. 41-rtof -W-i-b, 40 19 22 22 11.35 26.43 31.11 3.0.64 13.92 31.10 8.18 10.03 6.87. 46.40 13.03 3.6 84 10.91 14.73 72.37 S.87 9.44 41.08 5-43 27.88 6.24 3.S6 1.7.7 2.59 1.73 8.41 5.95 5.11 2.40 2.96 1.47 3.81 2.56 3.81 1.30 30.47- '1.60 1.48 1.48 2.96 j.48 4.80 1.49 -i.SO 2.21 1.47 3.47 .2.40 2.81 2.40 6.93 '2.46 2.76 4.13 .96 .90 7.S6 32.05 5.36 9.58 2.63" 2.18 3-69 4.16 2.11 2.44 4.16 1.S6 2.05 1-73 5.69 2.35 '2.14' 2.52 8.2S 1.93 1.99 2.11 5.15 3.S3 1-67 1.43- 1.22 1.30 1.22 1.64 1.2-9 i.34 119 1.30 1.43 1-.18 2.09 1.20 1.3 6; 1.19 1.19 1.34 1.19 1.53 3.20- 3.53 1.27 1.19 1.19 1.29 1.30 1.29 1.74 1.29 .3.32 1.46 1.1-1 1.14 1.83 2.25 1.58 2.00 to adjust the matter alluded to. As an. old shareholder of the International i Cement Co. at Hull and as such now associated with your company I feel warranted in writing you. I desire to add that if my communication be treat- ed with silence by, the board 1 shall regard it auty to bring the whole aaother tribunal." LEASE LINES FOR 13.53 30.12 35.27 12-75 16.36 35.26 10.04' 12.08 S.60 52.09 15.38 19.57 '13.05' 17.25 80.65 10.80 j Way by leasing thirteen lines of rail- l1-43 j in the Maritime Provinces. The 12.79 S.I 31.71 7.91 5.29 2.99 3.S9 Ottawa. May the ijouse rcs- terdajvHon. Cr. gave ticc of a resolution the extension of the Intercolonial Rail- railways it is proposed, thus to as provided tor by the Waterways Treaty between Canada and the United .States. C. A. 'Magrath spoke of the agree- ment arrived at by the present'Com- mission1 covering the division of the waters of the Milk and St. Mary's rivers, which are partly in Alberta and partly in the States. He held that the division was unfair. Hon. F. Oliver and Hon. W. II. Pugsley ar- gued that the agreement was the .best that could be made, and that it was much better to enter into an agree- ment by which .Canada would get its share of water for irrigation purposes than to run the risk of having the Americans diverting the water alto- gether. VA' ?'A" It is the latest development of the "McLaughlin-Buick" Car. This combination of, power and silence, speed and durability, you cannot match elsewhere for the samemonqy. It has caught on with the experts, and would rouse your enthusiasm too The McLaughlin is The Car For You We do not-wish you to take our "say-so." Ask a Buick owner, or any man who knows a car Llstan to disinterested-comments. You near them every day: "The'. McLaughlin is an honest all-round "Speed.toten- and a corker to climb buy of the lunch." etc. .The general repuUtiofof a, car-its day.in-and-day-out- record-is more evidence of its worth than miles of records that .read Jike a Chapter in Chronicles or the Words Without End of the Lealers' Special Ritual of hap-hazard choice of a motor car is like a hasty is apt to follow" when it is too, late. It is hard to get real lasting reliability in. a moderate-priced car We absolutelv guarantee you will find it in Model 27 at F. 0. B. Factory. Choice'of Seventeen style, fore-doors', body, choice "of colors, equipment, etc may happen to be in this broad Dominion, you are; not far awav from a AIcLauRhlin- ANNE BESANT PREDICTION 2 j-a part of the I.C.R. system are Ar- cadia Coal Co'., .Limited, extending London, May Besant, who s here from India, announces the im- pending r.e-incarnation of Christ. "Everything tends to she said, "that the time is 'at 'hand for a revival of great world teacher. Physi- cal and social changes throughout the world tell that the. age of militarism is i closing, and that fraternity is to be from Xcv.r to Thorhurn, N. S.: Quebec Oriental Railway., extend- ing from Matapadia P.aspediac 2.95 j Hampton and St. Martin's railway, extending.from Hampton to St. Mar- .10.30 7.53 6.67 "The future Anglo-American peace treaty is one sign that the world's peace is unachievable politically, it will result in a'vast spiritual move- ment, unifying'all the'warring creeds, j This will be.the, task of the couiihsi Ts; Alberta railway, extending from teacher, prefigured- in .Christian dog- 4.30 5.24 3.S6 TS.24 "2.48 12.56 2.75- .4.53 j 2.S1 Salisbury to .Albert Moncton and Buctouche railway, extending from Moncton .to Boutouche.jt'Faraquet rail railway, ..togeth- to Area- dia -aiid.-'CarretgiiStail way, ex- tending From Interna- 4.30 6.33 ttciriivl railway-, ..cxtjjri'ding from Camp- lieHton to the' St-.- -Xohn Valley :-at St. Leonard: Teniiscouata' railway, ex- tending -from Point Tupper .to St. ;Peters, a distance of about thirty mas as the Second Coming of Christ. It is not so far distant when our age will close, and a new age will open." Mrs. Besant brought with her two Indian disciples. 'One, believes not in re-incarnation -but In Buddha, and ta.ys His' lives cover between and 000 years.. They will see the tion, and then go'to Oxford. The Rev. Dr. for a long time principa] of the Co'umbian Meth odisi College, has intimated that he miles: Tcmiscouata railway, extend- j would resign when' the College he- ing iron? River to- Connors: g'33..i New Brunswick and Prince Efl- 3.4S' "ward' Island railway, extending from Sacksvillc -Junction to Cape'Tormen- 3.69 .4.11 tine Elgin and Havelo'ck- railway, extendina: from Elitin to 'Havclock.; .3.69 j Kent .Northern railway, extending i from to Richibucto. The raijwavs arc to be leased on came merged with the Provincial Un- Buick Agency and Garage. OUR GARAGE is at 1227 Bonipas" St. East-the old "City Auto Garage. Competent mechanic m charge. Storage for a few sars. Boad Wagons, ikinabouts, Democrats, vt..... Slu-iu'ghnessy that crude oil be used as fuel for locomotives all through i t.lie mountains, in place of coal, was Hftf FtlCO Mtld Body iniportant announcement made strength but f.or intelligence. We. will need men skilful regulate the. flow" of oil to correspond with the use of steam. TORY PAPER MAKES APOLOGY Winnipeg. May Telegram ttris morning publishes an apology, for 4.08 2JO 2.04 9.69 6.94 12.58 under the hand of the Mayor and Secretai-y-Treasurer and the Seal of the City of LetMridgc, I shall for sale by public auction the above described lands for the arrears of .taxes due thereoa to the said municipality ibe .market place in the City of Lethbridge, on Monday, the 3rd day of July, A.D., 19n. at the hour of Ten o'clock in the morning1, unless such arrears of ia.xes. with costs, are sooner- paidL' Dated this 26tli day of GEO. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer, terms and conditions to be approved by the government railway The total value of the railways to be fixed by the judge of the .exchequer court based upon the report of the I chief engineer of the government sys- j j tern of railways. Ilie amount of renr i tal to be pain will not exceed for the j first five years of the lease three peri cent- of rhe value r'ixcci for the sec-j ond live years three anrl one-half per cent, and Thereafter four per cent. The resolution docs not bind the gov- ernment to lease the railways, but makes provision for so doing. Utterly Covered With "BOILS." last night by William second withdrawal of I vice-president of the C.P.R., on his j against Edward Brown, Liberal can- j return from a trip to the Pacific jaidate in Winnipeg during the j coast. ;heat of the last elections, The use of oil will be commenced jwhen if- was alleged that Mr. Brown the section of the road .between !ilad instigated the change of the route SIR JOHN CARLJNG'DYINC Ixmdon, Ont., May "John Carting is again very illL and the end appears to only a matter of a few- da.vs. Jt on Burdock Blood Bitters Cured Them. TAKE BACK THE RING well, I concluded he could not com- jpensate me for retirement from the WELL KNOWN ADMIRAL DEAD Celebrated Actress Breaks Off Engage- ment With Father's Aviator London. May engagement of. Pauiine Chase to Claude White, aviator, has bean broken fol-! London. May Rodney lowing a gay dinner party at Carlton.j-Mac-'aine Lloyd, R.N., retired, died The most noticeable participants werejsucwen1y at the Royal Xayal Club at and Robt. W. Goelet.. Thej Portsmouth" "today from angina pec- report was confirmed last night He was born in 1S41 and after 3iiss Chase. serving in the Br-ltic. China and Egyp- "Yes, it is true." she said. "but. Sedan was made an admiral in Is no unpleasamuess. Mr. While As rear admiral, he commanded lixed as well as I that Mediterranean fleet in summer of .After Knowing Kauiioops and Vancouver, and if Mr. j U'hyte's ideas are carried out, will j he general on all the mountain lines before very long. j i Mr. Wliyte stated that one of thej Mrs. John H. King, Johnston, If B., i reasons for this was the removal of! summer I was very much j the danger iron- -conflagrations in the j troubled with boils, and my face .and great forests of British Columbia.: body were literally covered with them j The losses from caused by loco-' A friend advised me to take Burdock i motives throughout the continent has! Blood Bitters, I got three bottles, and been beyond comprehension and the !of the Transcontinental suit for ;but this has now dropped and it is understood the Telegram pays the coots. HAD KIDNE TROUBLE. COULD NOT CROSS THE FLOirfl1 PAIN WAS SO GREAT. before I had taken all the first one my isse of oil would reduce the danger to NO LICENSES JN MOOSE JAW .Moose Jaw. M.ay Provincial License Commis- sion refused to grant Moose Jaw liquor licenses 'because Jeer.! option was carried here. A judge had upset, the bylaw but the commission holds that, the people were In favor of local option. boils began to go away. I had just taken i a minimum. few out of the last one when they all disappeared. My husband ha? also Burdock Blood Bitters with much benefit." I I Boils in themselves are not a dancer. ous trouble, but, still, at the same time, are very painful. They are caused en- tireiv by bad blood, and get rid of j them it is necessary to put the blood in M good condition, and for this purpose there is nothing to equal that old and tried Blood Bittern. i Manufactured only by The T. Mflbum Mr. also alluded in this eon- nection to the cause of the failure of ihft immense locomotives which are .'9- now in use. "It is not a failure of rhe locomo- j he said, "it is a failure of Tne' fireman. A fireman shovelling codl on one of these locomotives for a distance of 130 miles is corr-pletely b( to-the end of the run. When firemen at present wo look for chested, stalwart, men. When lot. for ''1 j a iivp GOVERNOR OF JERUSALEM RECALLED Constantinople. May The Governor of Jenisalem has been recalled on account of the trouble over the oper- ations of the English syndi- cate accused of excav-atinj? be- neath the mosque of Oraar. The expedition was under ".he leadersliip of Capt. Mon- tagu Parker, a brother of the Earl of Xortiiley. and after it bad been known that the had 'been profaned riit-.. i' Amoved fty wire on a st governor on n per' m loosened and rK, on Miss Hazel Hess, Winchester Ont. was troubled with myj kidneys for five years. They were sof bad, at times, I co'uld not cross the for the pain. The doctor could not i me any good and a friend advised i to use Doan's Kidney Pills. BIX boxes and now I have been7 j over four years. I w to every sufferer." j No womart can be strong and healtl j kidneys are well. When ts 1 kidneys are whole body is il S j for the poisons which the kidneys to filter out of the blood are lehjn thVf system. Then how important it- mast I A j be to see to it that this i age be not clogged up. Doan's Kidney Pills are a. vegetable medicine, realizing1 quick, 'manent reiief. without any after effects. A medicine that will absolutely sure backache and all forms of kidney ind bladder trouble. Doarvs Kidney Pi51s are 50c. j sr 3 for afc all dealers or iirect on receipt price by Toe UilbumCo., LjmiteJ, Toronto, Ont.' ;