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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vol. TV. Lothbricljre. Alta.. Friday, Number 139 CO-OPERATIVE SIR WILFRID IN ENGLAND FARMERS BRANCH OF U. F. A. ARE MAKING ARRANGEMENTS JS TO BE HELD THERE IN THE LATTER PART OF JUNE (Special to the Sundial, May very lively meeting of the United Farmers of Alberta was held in the Sundial school house on the evening of the 20th inst. Aside from the business of the regular meeting of the Sun- dial local, delegates were present London, May 1'rid Laurier is beiny entertain- ed at luncheon today by the Uuke of Connaught. He dined with Lord Pentland lasc even- ing and this evening dines with Sir Richard Solomon, the High Commissioner from youth Africa. TWO SCHOONERS WENT OUT OF SIGHT BUT NO LIVES WERE LOST H-alifax. May The mystery ot the, collision- off the. Newfoundland coast in which one schooner was known to have been lost, has been cleared up, with the arrival here of j the crew of the schooner .1. Mills, [of Lunenburp. The Mills ra mined the i French schooner Asenai.se off Entry j Island furiy in the week. Both ves- MIGHT ENDANGER THE ULTIMATE after lhc vanished from DOESN'T WANT ANY AMEND- MENTS TO RECIPROCITY BILL GIVES REASON U. F. A; SUPPORT CONGRESS HERE !N 1912 C. N, R. AND G. T. P. SURVEY PART-! Macleod, May the V. F. A. convention today they passed a resolution unanim- ously endorsing the Dry Farm- ing Congress, and to assist in making It a success, also aid- ing in bringing the Congress to Alberta In 1912. IES THE PASSAGE OF MEASURE sight, and both crews reached the isu'ated islands of ihe Magdalen TOi Washington, May a talk with! group. The loss of the Agenaise j Secretary Knox and Chairman Pen-: previous] v reported, hut until the [rose of the senate finance committee.! of :UTived, the fate of president Tafr tonight explained sccond crafl was unknown. No Up to this morning Lcthhridiic had he is unalterably opposed to proposed; m ,uoisture du'-- amendments to the Canadian reeipro-j 'city .bill. The president took the posi- WHAT WAY RAINFALL UP PRESENT MEANS TO THE COUNTRY received 2.31 inches RACING TO SECURE CHOICE OF ROUTE GOOD CROPS ;MAKE THE RAILROADS PARTICU- LARLY ANXIOUS TO TAP THIS CITY AT ONCE MEDICINE WORKS HAT i "The G. T. P. and the C. N. R. have' survey parties heading for Lethbridsei ;irom the north at a -breakneck HEARS NAIL HASN'T BEEN DECIDED YOUNG WOMAN HAD ATTEMPTED TO TAKE HER LIFE BEFORE SHOT HERSELF SHE HAD BEEN ACTING STRANGE- LY FOR SOME TIME (Special to the Herald) Taber, May farm home of- Gordon McCrea, a respected farmer, 110 miles south-east of Taber, who -came (Special to the Herald) from Volga "City, Iowa, two years; -Medicine Hat, .May was the scene of a tragedy yes- ing the month of May. Tuesday morning the record was 1.79 inches. pagsaKe of lhe measure. On Tuesday .07 inches fell, on Wednes The views of Secretary Knox t day .00 inches and yesterday the rain -not disclosed. Senator Peuroso said representing five neighboring locals to j amounted to .36 inches. The Her- ;he honed LO see the bill passed without take up the matter of appointing a aid mathematician got busy on these amendments. figures, and after considerable arit-h- j -John Xorris, representing- the Am en- fall of 2.31 inches means that acre of land had precipitated upon during: the month 01 May to date sinaUcr a quantity than gal- !amen'dment to the providillc. lhat ions of moisture. Taking ten lots to jthe clause of the measure should' any acre, each town lot has received be iu force until the president pro- CAN _r ,t gallons as its share. If the claims that wood pulp and paper ad-. rainfall was the same out on the'mitted into all parts of Canada free c-fj farnf lands, each section received would postpone indefinitely the j nothing. And al] this for committee representing the various locals throughout the entire district tn perfect terms with some dealers or companies tor the purchasing of all needed supplies in building materials and paints, fencing wire, posts and voven wire fencing, binder twine, harvester oil, machinery and many other needful articles for the ers, that reductions may be upon through co-operative buying. F. C. Street, representing the Rog- ers-Cunningham Lumber Co., of Leth bridge, was present with an cn'er from his firm in all kinds of goods handled by them. After some short discussions it was unanimously de- cided that the representation of farm ers in the proposed negotiations must be the largest- possible, and that the method of conferring their business {DEMOCRATIC SENATOR GOING operations in all special lines of to one firm, must enable the dealer thus patronized to give them a square and fair deal. We are at metical labor found out that a rain- 'can Newspaper Publishers' associa- each %vas before the senate- fi- nance in advocacy of the Canadian reciprocity bill today. .Mr. Xorris declared that the Rootj Tnis information was learned of the Gordon Wire Xail Works.'terday when -Miss Christiana Robins morning from James Fisk, who has'in a statement made to City Engineer [-McCrea, a daughter of the home, aged; WAS just returned from Wainwright, ou the Unnirner, declared thai his years, took her life by shooting her- T. P. east of Edmonton. "1 not decided to locate their The giri IiaJ acting strnnge- taikiug to some of the survey parties'in either Medicine Hat or for three or four months. She suf- who are now working east of High i He declared that the Letiibridge'fered from illusions and imagined that River and from what 1 could learn of would probably print a story to no one cared for her, and that people tneir intentions there is a grand contrary 'but said that it was not'were trying to poison her. She had on between these two rival compan-icorrect. i tried to commit suicide several times lies to see which will be ibe first to' The Gordon people have entered in--and her parents took precaution, to; Leth bridge and thus secure the choice; to a contract with Medicine Hat and keep al! poisons hidden away. 'of routes. It is a well known fact reports are that they have also cuter-1 Yesterday morning as the family sat jthat both of these railways have had'ed into an agreement to locate in Leth-jdown to breakfast at 7.30, the mother ________ jtneir eyes on Leth bridge for a long; bridge. i called to tiie daughter, who was still jtime, and they are rushing construe-! -v-r- M-cDonald declared that when in bed, asking if she was coming down DIAN-AMERICAN CLUB from lbeir maJn ]ines in tjle final decision was made he would ;TO -breakfast, and she answered "Yes." N1NG TO OBSERVE THE I north toward the boundary, but they .notify Medicine Hat people at, once. jThey heard her get out of bed and go Ueem to -be just beginning to realize! 1 into her brother's room, and in almost itbe opportunities within the reach Mr. McDonald authorized the pub-'a minute a gun exploded. They rushed Although there wa? not a ai-'the tirst "val -company to secure a.Hcation of the statement that the fac-j upstairs and found the unfortunate girl "I hat was what it was intended to tendance' afc the Canadian-A men can ''Jine into this There is no doubt tory would be located in Lethbridge.j lying on tiie floor gasping, and in a club meeting last evening on account novv as to lheir intentions. Both have' iines already graded through' of application of the treaty ido." said Senator Stone. i Mr. Xorris claimed that the amer.d- UJ TER A NEW YORK FIRM OF LAWYERS e.U times willing to pay the dealers ,a fair -profit ;on his goods :based on the actual expense and labor of ex- change, but we are not willing to pay an unnecessary tax. The committee appointed to wait upon the dealers, chose the date and place of meeting for Tuesday, the sixth day of June, at four uViuek p.m. at Rogers and Cunningham's Lumber Co.'s office, Acadia Block, i Lcthbridse. Washington, May evening on ae ment was consistent with the purposes of tile adverse weather, nearly a which was that pa hour held and a n umber M-'amrose anci expect-to make Calgary j be ad- of important matters were discussed. least this ?'ear> 'but if can i The president of the dub, A.C. this year they know that presided, and after calling the meeting Ti'-n De in a posi'ion to begin op- to order asked "for suggestions for an :eratlons with a large amount of traf- _. 'ei'LTtainmenr tn bp o-i'-pn the The 'people of the north are ed bv the International Paper tp oe D> tne club, t !1r ,har ihc near future. This matter was ;watchmg this race Keen mteiesr iN OI I 15 i a.1, 'Uc In I L Ci -.r i t_ 41 or IWIP- of this eountrv'after much discussion, given in whiu it means ro the, of news T Leade Bav, C.H., coast- lie as- executivc commiitee appointed the nearly two years the last lowing iierson? to comprise r.hp of which he confined ''Mere is fearful danger ded fanatics of 'thousand, dollars. He made the flight :from Bargos, where a mishap to ma- chinery forced him to land last nigiht, in two hours and forty five and 'comprising in ail 2.-KIO cros of and stocked with some of the finest f land I tonishinS fcat 1hat Just been Ikenzie and finest compiished by the Ghicc Hay wire- be s Dr. LaiTerry. H. E. Haszard. T. 3. _ _ on tae uianct 1 1 U.IA D. Donald. Applications passed away at his home inj proT.osrd sent to the chairman of St. Charles last uight. -Mr. Fen-in. thoroughbred Belgian horses in Am-; station. A message was flashed j committee. Miss McLachlan. erica, has 'been sold by the owners, j from this place to KutTel tower at-j___________ Raou] Pirmez and Baron Roel.s. to A. Paris, and from Paris relaved to Da- D rmitiial conductipp ot their affairs, ;M Qo, n v Oo, _ i H- Salaman, R. N. balaman ;ind Cecillkr.r station, tiie whole operation tak- anri upon their inlellipencc, toresight ;Coheilr all of Homestall. Barley. Roy-' and ambition success of Iston Herts England, for a sum Victoria at S o'clock at the Montreal jail; bridge and he had the honor of driv- Sault Ste. May t-or tiie of Gufseppe Chite. Ht-'ing the engine which carried Kin-.; the ti'.-p! Itjiinn TO be hansed in! Krtward. then Prince of Wales, into province of Quebec, r.revola, fit" ('eaih approached, went' iin ana immediately guinea ra.u-j v_ v.-ould happen it' an ultra I reading on the old Lachine road, Tory one dny Hilled. joniy railway in operation on the island of Montreal ,at that time. When the Lachine road was merged into the j Grand Trunk system. Mr. Fennel! went with the road with he steadily without a black mark i against, him until three years ago when i be was retired on pension. Among 'the distinctions of which thf. deceased he Through the failing- ;rock at Holm inir.- .fii'ty levoi. ;lost his lifo s-: s and as last, had to be J FOUNDATION OF tb ihe scaffold. ;ir.f] rope was adjusted of the church rar- y collapsed at the U. S. AERIAL NAVY Washington. founda- )n of Sum's a id today when assis; iWinthrop signed contracts apg-r' hangman was the same for the delivery at thr CAUSED MAN'S DEATH i who officiateri a; 'he execution of Tim- apjjfteiijy by 1st. Riehroond. Va.. Mil-'otn.v On- hundred policemen These will rr-; AUTO TIRE ler. a mechanician fonnerh o'% was killed tcdav while KiiTo-'S'iard apahisr nav.-J! of three ret--eni the vicini'.v of the very developments in any unseemly incident capable of rish Tbr wo'.sid b his escape across the line. foundland. who is attending the Imperial Conference rom tin- mo-bile on the Brook Road near' fl" smoothly. nnd aH.ahuns> on t-iio water or The tiro burst anti Miller was' At, eight o'clock exactly the bang-it he deck a ship, of carrying ;u, least an drew the bol? and tlrevola's passenger iu addition to the av- his body was lorn ainiost in twolsnot. through the trap. His neck -.vas-iaior. and of being efjnippecl with n 'broken aud death was instantaneous, ilifty wireless outfit. Ernest Roy, the young member of the House of CoiTiinons for Dorchester Quebec Winnipeg, M.iy tes beet, received at St. Boniface Colk-se or the tragic div.ih-nf Rev. Brothor Pa- who was to death in sN'.-i. '.January 2R. He left Winni- in .Inly and arrived at hi? mis- at St. Tvlichaers in September. .January 27, ho started out -with trnir; ;o visit the of ten miles (iis- i'.h him tools, iuir.'ier fur a day, int-cndino; the church at Stcn- ioicnt CM me tip and JK- did not reti-rn the next day party sUirU'i! out. On the f Fehrti.'iry '1. they found within a mile of St.. Micri- d bod- six dojts. ;