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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbricljre. Alta.. Thursday. May 25. 1911. Number 138. TS STATION KNIGHTED E NEW PRE Of the Alberta Methodist Conference This LYear STATION MINISTERS PRESIDENT DIAZ SERIOUSLY ILL CRANBROOK GETS r- i- f C" i wr i First Draft Sends Rev. Mr. Cragg to Ta'ber (Special to the Herald) Calgary, .May feature of the .Methodist Conference this morn- ine was an attack made on. Ne Temere decree by Rev. Dr. Chown. "The Me- il'cdist church will not sit still under This mendatory step." he said. "The e.TecL will be to destroy the sanctity of the home -and to render children Mexico City. May -O sideut Diaz is seriously ill. Senora Diaz is making the statement thai he is progress- ing favorably. Ji'.s condition is not considered immediately -O serious but is worse that it :has been for days. iSSJON FORM OF GOVERNMENT Committee to Deal With: It Organizes-Prepare to vl P. Wanted to Know If Ireland Would Have Powers Like Canada i i PRESS VIEWS i London Newspapers Corn- j ment on the Imperial i Conference CranbrooJr, May and specifications have been received ami tenders are call- sfr- ed for the immediate erection of the Dominica government 'building here. Machine Gets Tory Or- ganization in Saskatche- wan in Line KNIGHTHOOD FOR SIFTON? The Edmonton Journal fa- thers tht following: report: it is reliably understood through the Colonial office at London that the King will confer the honor of knight- hood upon Premier Sifton as a coronation decoration. Congregation Was Stun- ned by the Terrible Crash AGAINST THE PACT U May" fig- ures given by the census office, give ihe population of England and Wales this year as compared with in while most of the London, May the House aucl counties .show an increase. Looks as Though Haultain! I Was Going to be Commons G. Terrell asked the pre- there are many cases, particularly in Sacrificed REGULAR DELUGE OF APPLICATIONS mier whether under the government Wales'where .there has been an actual tive associations of Saskatchewan are i____ (decrease. Greater Londou s popularioa We cannot idly stand; The commi.tee named some tn lhe df.tritnenr Qf Brilish find see anything which so interferes j ago to deal with ihe question of com manufacturers. Premier Asquith stat- T.'ich our civil and religious mission form of governrr.erit organised ed that he did not feel it his duty to Arthur Banner, of the Indian Indus-; at- meeting on Tuesday afternoon answer such a question. trial School, Red Deer, was elected! at thcre were Preycn't j The Pall Mall Gazette says that the j Adams, Aid. Goode, Aid. Bowman, :Canadian reciprocity movement has j -J. D. Higinbotham, president of the thrown another flash light on the Citizens' League, R. -T. Balclry, of scene and it remains to be proved i the Trades Labor Council, E. T. ;wnether a frank exposition or Presi- j Broad, of the Builders' Exchange, and dent Taffs policy bring it near .1. L.; Man-waring. Mayor Adams Was.enouSh to us to enable a perception of those measures which dutv and fors- pres-ideni. 'i he report- of the stationing IT 'fee's first draft was as follows for fcjoutneru Alberta: Medicine Hat District Medicine Mar. Nathaniel MacDonald B.A.: Rush; jonliin'elected chairman and J. L. Maruvar- ing, secretary. It was decided to-'a-sk-.T.- Norrran Carlstadt, Edmund .Barnes: JtJrooks. C. Powell: Eyremore, J. E. K. Heald: 'Buffalo''Plains, T. H. L.: Ritchie, vice-president, and R .Younasiown, John Tough; Walsh, Jno.Uyallacc, secretary of the jS'ishtiugale: 'Whitla. T. C.: Bow Island! to beconic mcmbers Of P. :sight should combine to subscribe. j The Yorkshire Post, discussing the conference, pleads strongly for an all jscneme of home rule for Ireland the has increased to i Irish parliament would have similar LtQg jn 1901 powers possessed by rhe self govern- dominions to enter into a preferen- tial trading treaty with the United from increase is entirely ia what is known as the Outer Ring. >Regina, May Leader says' edffonally: One by one the Hundred Seek the Vacant Position of City line by the ma- le-nine managers in. the-East into re-j pudlating 'Mr. -F. W. G. Hatiltain and j his staud in favor of reciprocity in the: interests of the people. The Conservative managers in the to Engineer Roman Catholic Property Was Very Badly Damaged Ottawa, M-ay bj light- ning while at evening prayer tn Koman Catholic church at St. Cecil De Masham, a French Canadian till- age some thirty miles northwest of Ottawa, six worshippers were render- ed unconscious and the church, con- vent and priest's home adjoining damaged, causing a loss of .There was a large congregation as- sembled at the time. They -were on The city council-has been-subjected Uleir knees ln prayer a terrlhc a veritable deluge of applications see a general election staring for the position of city engineer. The tnem in the face, and they are depend- works and property .committee and crash deafened and partially stunned. them. Father Caron, standing at the altar, stopped his prayer as if sudden- ly turned 10 stone, while the whole Big- interests to fill their money chests tnem to pick out the best but got rcuiaineu for sno- ing: upon the Manufacturers and other 'Mayor Adams started togo through C jto overflowing: with the sinews of war'in the maze. There were all sorts and j for the campaign. They can only'conditions of engineers from every' mentS bj' S'hOCk- A A TohnSOn OU tilis money deliv- quarter of two continents.. They had ering the goods, and the rank and file all kinds of qualifications, degrees and Away After Lingering Illness of the party therefore must toe he experience and wanted salaries all the mark. ,-u-ay from to ?b'000 and 57000 per The common people and their bestiannum- interesis, especially the free, outspok-! The committee -concluded that as In the vcrv prime of his manhood ieri the West, must be thrown far as they were concerned it .was a down, and the whole Conservative par--hopeless task to pick out a winner..So Cab'e' A. A. Campbell; Burdette, W. F. Smith. Lethbridge._Qfstrict Left bridge, not been dependent upon American the courtesy in this respect we would pr'o- lor an all V .'olmsion passed nwav at wuuir vuusei xd.uve cafah. LO oui a winner.. so if wp halvt-, ity enrolled under the standard of have asked P. L. Xaiemith, gen- 1 e naa! tlToGalt Hospital mi Tuesday noon. .._._ _._ "_. Classes and Slonev Interests. ieral manager of the A. R. I.: commitlee, arid to act with the sec-! ably never have 'heard of reciprocity. refcary'in charter based on The Post adds rhat it is improbable Q_alt Hospii land removes from Southern his ,aulfcs> F. w G. the superintendent of the irri- tin in this reciprocity matter stood igation. work of Uie same company, and ablest citizens. The deceased had been jfour-square in the interests of the com-'.A. M. Grace, chief engineer of the the crash came darkness, lamps and candles 'being extingiu'shed. Sudden- ly there was seen near tihe roof a ton- gue of flame and it had a terrifying, effect. There was an outburst of cries intermingled with prayers and walls of children making- a wild OiannoJny with the sound of the storm. People rushed for the doors but. Father Caroa. came through the darkness and with soothing words soothed the pep-p-le so Alberta one its foremost and the present city., charter and embody- 'thai. a uniform and rigid plan of em-] for re- jman, and tihe High Protectionists have! the man they consider the pick of the ;sent forth their mandate that he must! bunch, and. turned the applications Macleod Edward S. Bishop; Macleod A. J. pooclson: Grainbelt. J. Eainbridge: L'lnresliolm, J. Harrison. R. K. Claresholm one ,; Pincher Creek. Robert E. Fin- lay; Edy Magee: Cowley. T. L.: Livingstone, Geo. Edwards; SBcLIevue, W. H. Invin: Frank, T. il'oung. ASQUITH STRONG FOR FREE TRADE London. May Premier Asquith of the Admiralty. The Standard says that distance nowadays is no difficulty to fhe estab- lishment of an imperial parliament for jit could assemble just as quickly to 'the national parliament as in the days ADDED FIFTY NEW Lethbriclge Council K. of C. Celebrated its First Anniversary Victoria Day in Leth bridge was the occasion of the first annual of confidence ir. inspires by still quiTc p, f1, i Ou iK he moved with his over to them. to Iiis death, ;mon people of Saskatchewan and of South Al'berta Land Co., to act as a Wesley. Thomas P. Perry: Lethbridge.j defence could be" formulated by {ami for -the month but few Canada. He is, therefore, a marked; committee to pick out'and'recdnim end iWestminster, Alfred M. A. Lytie; Leih-j -Ulis .conterence. Canada was unable i hopes were enii-rtained for his bridge (south) to be supplied: Coal-; at- tne pictj.scite last in ri-iP w R Barnwell W B- This would he presented, lo the as 'ai as n, dale. B. Miarord, barnweii, a.. her local fleer, unconrlmonallv at the Taber, H. H. Cragg: Milk River, to be mitiec and used as a basis lor iur-: -Lone Star, R. E. Nowman: j thcr deliberations. Sundial, F. C.: Sweet Valley, A. Mc-{ _________ Comb: Iron Springs, J. R, B.; Albion Kulge, R. G. Ferguson: Kipn. E. C. Kcragg: H. B.; Barons, John AV, Carmaugay, Prosper H. they finally emerged from the churcli urihurt. AVIATOR SHOOTS A MAN. Denver, llay Louis Von.Pnhl, of St. Louis, the aeronaut, who shot three times and perhaps Mr. Johnston was a Canadian by repudiated, and his leadership in birth, bavins bren horn 35 years ago WOfince, set at naught. On 19, the Conserva- tives of Moose meekly bowed thej ,neck to the yoke of "thre Corporation' parents to tlu> I'nited States and re- j_Maslers of their pam.; and dealt F_ sided there till 1906. In March of Haultain a stab in the back by de- that year, i'e came to Western Can- jclaring against the policy he and- his ada with the- first landseekers' excur- ;entire Conservative following in the sion run the 0. W. Kerr Co. ILegislature had approved, to .Somhcrii Alberta. He settled in The following day the Conservatives LethbrioV and was fur a couple of Retina, as represented by the exec- years coi'iiiccUMl with the 0. W. Kerr jutive of tihe association, uiiani- i.anri Company here. It is of Condemned Mr. Haultain's pol- :of the postchase and mail coach. The Daily Mail says the first press- task of ihe conference is to dis- jcover a formula for a defensive union j which wit.hout destroying the mastery each oC the dominions of its own house the whole impressive strength the empire may be organized, removeS iic" declaring that he Jiad endorsed a jpared and so disposed in time of peace J 1bc of the Kerr Company's ;policy wh.lch could 'no- be of itiiat it mav be s-peedilv readv to assist to and which in meeting any aggressor. lUIS _hlS kould be' detrimental to The Chronicle says the influence of the conference is measured by the sary of the Lethbridge Council, No. tlle of iw created ;m the Overseas Dominions and thai [HSO, of the Knishtof Columbus. About wilftollt a free and open uiscussioa Knights from all over Western j and prompt and free publicity the Canada were in the city for the cele-1 conference lessens its influence ana Oration and a very enjoyable and in- utility. dav was 'spent. Tncidentallv Melbourne (Australia) Age, I with regard to the exclusion of me They Fell on Another Track and Wrecked a Passenger Train early nssoriates, Robert MacKenzie. iof Canada as a whole. This Stab fl hv T.n-ft _. T, r- !flC WQ1Ch tefe t0' l CARS OFF TD 'ed a man named Copeland, was shot once and another man named Atkins was shot once by a man named Honey- wood as the result of a quarrel in ;local hotel tonight. ACTION AGAINST A REGINA POLICEMAN Regina, May a result of a police court case A. Donaldson, the well known contractor and builder, is entering suit for damages against Police Constable Toop of the city force. The ground upon which the claim for damage is based is the. illegal arrest of Mr. Donaldson. Inning predeceased him by only two Two F. W. G.j weeks. IHaultain. and once again was evid- day blew two freight cars over so] About ihree that they fell on the main line, the _er train running into wilh his jianner, Mr. Patterson, con- Iterests as to what .meek and obstruction ,being wrecked. lhe i-.iea of farming on a large i tools it owns body and sou! in tne enRJne and ,vere de. years aco Mr. Johnston ience supplied to the corporation in-L, vj. i. f-r, Mr. Patterson, con-Iterests as to wnat .meek and willing the obstruction ai scale. Su iho-v acquired a farm oVf-r (i.iim'i acres or rservar.ive machine managers. about three miles i against. F. G. Haultain fire_ Ihs latter being destroved The train crew..jumped w _ Stirling This propertv :has been rendered by the Financial ,.and al] the pasSeDgers-egcaped unin- the Lethbridge Council increased its! In ?n address to the Liberal Colonial, Club affirmed his steadfast roll by over fifty "r press from the imperial conference. it is really difficult to what noi J'''-' :maornaies of the east and ihe order has invn known as the -Johnston has ff0ne fonh_ and thePuretl- mid I'ann-s.'-n ranch, and ncre Mr. Tory -machine managers in .Johns-ton cjrriff! on his sgricultural ?_Moose jaw and Regina have acquiesc- clared that to secure prosperity to i the mother country and a United Km- j members, and is now one of the i public interest would he served by strongest councils of the order in every poity derail of the pro- 3-da. iceedings photographed for the graiifi- Tlie day was spent in church serv-jcation of mere curiosity. A case in pire it was necessary that they main-jires and jn p0int is the discussion on Canada's the fiscal system, that their fore-IK Ryan, Territorial Deputy from Csil-iTreaty with the United States which fathers established for them. Undor jgary. In the evening the Leth bridge {may take as its subject a discussion that system they had attained to a lumbers and the out of town guests jjn which opinions are more or less decree" of prosperity of which their a raost successful banquet to America are likely to find forefathers had never Ivided by ]adies of It is nu.oh better that church Altar society, and the li-rae'snc in the wildest flights of their imagin- ation. jsnch opinions be judiciously edited members are loud in their praises of Banded out in daily summaries, the excellent manner in which the! The Standard says the dominions iailies performed Dheir important existence depends upon -the of the celebration. An excellent menu.maintenance of the supremacy-of Brit- character and strictest intrgrily. provided and T. L. Tr-aynor.ijgu. sea power were not consulted re- in an extensive manner, and ;erl veraicr and are knifing their M! Tiie most, noifd cxpon- own leader in order to earn the sup- on f: tricl. dry farming nx-f-lhoi Itiirc in ihe LcihbriuVe Ttic deceased was of ipoi'T 01 gold, dis- The machine ma-nagers may be COWBOY DROWNED Calgary, May engaged EMPIRE MUST HANG TOGETHER a round-up near Brooks, yesterday, one Sydney, N. S. W.. May Morning Herald says: "It has be- come obvious to even the meanest un- derstanding that the destiny of the Utominions is bound, up inextricably with Great Britain. No possession.of raithe cro-ivn overseas js in a position to maintain its independence. If once or the Monty Duchesnay's England be delved it tia-njgers may De wheeled too near the Red Deer, vm generation betoTe Canada-Or r-.W. butjKiver. and threw his ricier into the Australia or South Africa is-able to and has done much a. well .ing to sacrifice F.- w naunxnu. jiuver. ana tnrew nis naer inco tnei AnurrsV i i I yVHoLi Ctl' the rank and file of ('he Conserva- warer. As the current was very even a second rate foreign eoort'alon? t.hai line in Southern Al- party of Saskatchewan meekly and Mr. I and his won! was as good as his bond. lie hiirf a largo numher of friends in every walk of life who will mourn him as a man of the highest- GUELPH MERCHANT'S VENTURE because of the recent rains and snow-jpuuing it. on the lowest ground, that rails, his companions, were not able of self-interest, the Empire must i to rescue him and hfs-ather Lacombe as one of the of London when discussed later plcnilpsl yc-stenlay nljSsion'iries of rhe church in ihe tti.e r-onferenco. was persuaded by wiih A. C. Bohrnslerit Co., of !Conference Tiif were shipped on Tues-; Fift'y-eisrhth street and Sher-j the Trade, received a tetter from C. A. today tbat he had interviewed the militia depart- erection of the sen it need to Ihr sta'c reform has la-bored at various ooinls in school ny -I. B. Leslie. ;the far north and other new districts; KtinbiiiJ s-i'yiiier. -L on Icarnin.c, of his son's i rouble, cair.e frnrn his home in Alia., lo of Argyle. Earl Minto. Earl Kitchener, Lord ,a moving line of box cars. "he owner screamed. that ministers present to modify s before discussion. hisi "UI1' iAherdren, Kii.chener, moi .ue n..e u. _ 000 Bein- a building ts.-n- pvi-riinp liv wav of WmnipejE to Sir Edward Grey. Hon.; The owner screamed. Jampg a expenditure it the .rn' Mrs. -lohnston's parents lla-K-onrt. Hi. uavid Lioyci-: wiiitz. a brakeman. grabbed for the hat fa >nblic works' d al Ar.aiyic. Minn., and were accom- Rt. Hon. Austen Chamberlain, jslioved it out. of danger and the wheel whoge it now rests ing is to cost at least a building incurring it must department l.iy hroihcr antJ wife of the for a period of more than fnrty years. The banquet was attended by over two hundred members, among whom were J. M. Sullivan, Grand KnisJit of! aftnr the casf and when tic ar- Tfje Father Wood-j it was learned his son har! of Moose iy. F. Coyle.i Calg-ary: T. P. Malone and Father Jan.] Messrs. Giroisx and Le] Sfeamship _________________ !grazed the lips of his fingers. Then I rile .ffirl screamed some, more, but. was not- seriously hurt. The girl iDEPARTMENT STORE given ills; age as five years it is. lie claimed l" OKLAHOMA IS OPPOSED ,ness that the Canadian navigation deal i when his faiher t-cstificfl oe was mane. Kdmonton: Turcou Moore, i three concerns and thst! 17, :nid on this infnrntaiion -Finite I'mcher Creek; M.'ingin arid !t resuit in the establishment of J.csii" made lhe sentence to liic SU'.U; Mr. .Healy. Grassy .Like, and'a chain of steamships from Lake Su- J. Bollingr pf CJiift- 49 Oklahoma Cit.v. Way The Oklahoma grain dealers association roday aiio-nfed a resoluiion opposing reciprocity. DAMAGED BY Superior, May Bros. jmammoih department store was darn- INCREASE IN BANK CLEARINGS to exteot The1 bank clearings for rhe The fire started in rhe base- ending this amounted of Tne store room at. o'clock. broke out in three places in 'i Parliament. He himself was a atrong before wmch. nrao.untod to denartment snd orefercntialist J-ut he knew that Aus- This is an increase of There lum.l, room snoe department preTereni.aiis.1 c huni-ino- in and oils department, all on they tralia would not sacrifice her protcc- hanking dajh in south side of the building. London. May John. Mur- v, premier of Victoria Australia In interview here said he was totally j opposed to the idea of an Empire 'Agonist poly preference sentiment, week cm account at ;