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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IV. Ijetlibridg.e. Alta.. Saturday. May 27.1011. X umber 140. CALGARY WILL PROBABLY GET IT JTHE'NEXT MEETING OF PRESBY- TERIAN GENERAL ASSEMBLY BIG GATHERING SMELTER GETTING COKE FROM THE EAST Nelson, May Greon- wood smelter has twelve thou- sand five .hundred tons of coke on the. way from the cast, and are now running all jib furnaces fulj blast. BRITISH COMMENT ON CONFERENCE BRITISH MINISTER TO O- 4> MEXICO APPOINTED London, May au- O- [''Ointment of Francis William Strong, minister resident to Columbia, as British minister to .Mexico, is gazetted. He will X> succeed R. T. Tower. .--_., MEMBER ON Over Eight Ihousand Union Workers in all Trades Cease; fAIINriT w i i T c.i '-TV i -i i D- W I. lUUNllL RELATIONS OF COLONIES TO THE) HOME GOVERNMENT DISCUSSED y. JTHIS YEAR'S MEETING WILL COM- MENCE AT WINNIPEG IN A FEW DAYS Winnipeg. ,Uav 27.-Calgarv will hei May Standard re-! thc meoca for the Presbyterian people lhe imPerial says that! y of Canada in 19.12. This is the opinion it sympathizes with Views: Work Monday June 5th Trades and Labor Council Almost Unanimously Favors Plan to Show Its Strength BUSINESS MEN'S PROTECTIVE AS- SOCIATION THINKS IT SHOULD BE REPRESENTED Vancouver, jlay jibe heavy guns of ar.o-u- proposed to Lave a parade1. The Business wren's protective AS- VC.t- IHCJll. ill filVOr pro- ill the CUV Oil Sat U V of Sirjoseph Ward, says it confesses its inability to see how the conference: J aiK' I faii to avoid the conclusion Couiuril foiiiglir. ile- jsiipport froiii a 1; he concluded the Standard, the day yet come. in fact than ;ht thousand land the rs of V.uicou-ithis one exprestsed by well informed Winnipeg Presbyterians. In that year the great annual gathering of the representa- tives of the denomination will "me was Ilot 'Ipe for 111 fil-YOl' I'll 11 ill o-! 11 ably 'be held in the western city. of sucb a scheme as Pre-; choice of the place for assembly restsimier Ward suggests, with the assembly itself, which will Jneec this year in Ottawa. Calgary, toas, however, already announced that }t will issue a cordial invitation to the ministers and elders to turn their faces lo the west in the summer of 1911', incl it is 'belie'ved here that the invita- tion will be accepted. That Calgary is abundantly able as well as willing to entertain the mem- bers of thi InteresI interest REMARKABLE IMMIGRATION REC- ORD FOR LAST TEN YEARS IN CANADA WEST GOT MOST BRITISH AND AMERICAN EMIGRA- TION HAS BEEN NEARLY EQUAL Ottawa. May the past' j Oessa-tioil Oi' YVOrk. lollowcd a lliass lllt'et-j lhat is being taken in the work of I ten years Canada has received nearly received a incn-ased attendance.. It was the most r of Otllor (Id IilSt this body was shown by the greatly two million immigrants of whom whom were from Great Bri- tain, and from the United An immigration bulletin instructions Wort1 also nwting they have held ailfl a deal of new i States, work was taken up. The question of'just issued gives the actual figures up people expect, when it may be needed.i Oil a general Strike Oil The Oaily Chronicle on the propos- j J Q JJL sviimatll V al laid before the conference for the; lii.jthe stnKino; carpenters.' Oj-j Unions athlialed Wltll tilC a listing, of all! to the end of the fiscal year, March entaiJed Tl'adeS aild .Labor customers in l.eilibriuge and South-: 31, 1911, as For the decade. i i a] lots 0110 "VVaY standpoint tbis wave of emigration is, disquieting, for men do not leave their other. Practicall in the motherland when condi-j tJlOSC rC'tUniJllii' ;-l tious are favorable. The Daily News, aneht the imperial j council, says that the course of imperial policy of the empire depends solely upon its jjaval and foreign pol- icy or the conflict between the im- perial parliament defence committee and the parliaments of the various states which would arise inevitably would shatter the empire. The Daily Graphic says that the premiers attending the imperial con- ference, having shared the secrets of the foreign office defence committee, it: is obviously necessary that the domin-j ions -be kept in close touch with the evolution of those secrets. Rt. Hon. (Lewis Harcourt's advisory committee should bold the same relations with the foreign office as it is proposed to extend with regard to the colonial office. j rive answer as Avell as the .'OS GETS AWAY FROM LETHBRIDGE LAD ESCAPED FROM THE INDUSTRIAL HAD A BAD CAREER Journey to Ottawa Already a few western Presbyter- ians who expect to be present at the opening of the assembly in K-ao.v church, Ottawa, on the evening of .lune 7. have leu here for the e; ist. These representatives have, howeuer. j gone to eastern provinces on this morning that. expecting to conclude their affairs, injclair- vrho is weii known to the policej demands t.Ol.' time for the beginning of the work ofjnere. had. escaped from the Industrial} j-' _._ t'ne meetings. The main -body of school at Porfage la Prairie. I i western representatives will leave t his j Sinclair is only 17 years old autl was city on Monday, June 5. Those tr up in Lethbridge, but he fellU- vote at all and those tak- 111 i .h e i r hall oi's con di rionally, explained that i heir failure to come out plainly with the majority lay not in. the fact that they might he opposed to [A n era 1. strike but rath- er that they lacked in- si ructions from their sev- eral unions and thev did METHODIST CONFERENCE A UNANIMOUS DECLARATION A resolution AYas nass- ed instruc th secre- tary to prepare- an nc- ed to take the matter up with the j the British and continental arrivals executive of the board. Such a rep-; were farmers or farm reseni aiive on the Board of Trade] 25 percent, were classed as general council will be a valuable acquisition j laborers and nearly the same percent- to -.hat body as he will be in close j age were classed as mechanics. The touch with thc business oi the city j influx of negroes has totalled only, a ffom the standpoint oi the. retailer, little over 400, while Hindus banks will also be- asked to have come. COlint accompanied a J'- up- lhe 1IliiUer OI" Joining .thatj p[ the British immigrants approx- us their representatives j in-utely hay.e been English' j us e .e een English' file he to worl; to 'advantage I arid Welsh, have been Scotch in .1 body having the aim of the Pro- docllllllio1 tective .Association. 1 he secretarv was--instructed' and about Irish. Figures for other 'nationalities include the 'fol- lowing, Austria-Hungary AFTER DEBATE FEW MEMBERS REFRAINED FROM VOTING ON THE QUESTION (Special to the Herald) .in Van co uve r. W. F: president Ot" the Master forward a letter oi appreciation for. lialian K-ebrcw Rus- aSSOCiatl'tri being done by the newly sian Swedes Germans -j-.-.i organized- Civic Club, andJ2J. H5, French Norwegian manager tor tlie t7rn 1hem they would do ail IS.TOS, Syrians .Steel Construct iun Co.. Kvitli respect to ihe union carpenters to he forward- led to the Liberal and La- jhor party headquarters assuring them that they would do ail in ihcir power to aid the club in its work. THOS. F. RYAN ILL -The Al-berta ilc- tnodisl: 'conference this morning dis- iciiurch union: Hot Cai'C tO pronounce following resolution on opinion Avhich might pre-- jndice-those they repre- sen ted. It is propos- ed that this account v.'hich is to mimiiely into the labor temple trouble be- M-V-r 1 1 "U1V..U UC IO A ichOlsOll and jened condition 'but presumably on the y to recovery. .New York, May F. Ry- an, the traction, magnate, is said to be seriously ill at his home on Fifth avenue. Reports of Mr. Ryan's illness could not be confirmed at his resi- dence nor through his physician to- night. According ro the report, Mr. Kyan underwent an operation on Wednesday last from the effect of wnich he is now said to be in a weak-. The distribution of immigrants bj provinces gives a goori idea of -the latters respective population, and growth. Saskatchewan and Alberta got a little over half a million dur- ing the decade, Ontario came next with 403.898, Manitoba got Quebec B. C. and the Yukon the Maritime Provinces on- ly Western Canada there- fore got more new settlers than eastern Canada. ilgary, u me city o! Clares itself In favor of the union ofifJie British tnfi Congregational, Methodist and! 1 lhe discussion Tvas churches in Canada is represented in the unions he laid before rie'lthe voters ofAYodriesburv, i constituency most entirely one way in favor of oixMiina a cam- T iv n MfZIl agilJJJSt the employ- departments :if House V Vi. V I L C I., j j i agreement in matters essential, of bY -Norton (il'lttlths. ibilitv in nor doctrine ers of A'ancdiiver to dein- oustraie ihe strenth of in thai r f poy and was received at the Pojl'ce tinn tilt IL11 I I i I IV. i ji L'ABBADIE GOING BACK TO FRANCE ge, ut eejT7. d trouble with] HA aUCl. HivlllSOll Ii the ministry, ;jdrrinistration and law cl.TO.Sl1 (Hit 0f I'llP innir by Nicholson on the now labor temple1, of non- union men in defiance of spoi-it'ic The 0 o n r r s. rn 1 e d again .s l XichoLson. ably advance our Saviour's kingdom particularly in tae bounds of the western conferences" The eluirch un- ion committee reported that only two districts in the conference hud againsL union. There were many _ _- t it t .1 C I C SSrS. J Cl I I AiC-: speeches on the subject this morning. part at fi.-O p.m.. and will reach Ot ;ta- the Mounted Police on several occa- wa early on Wednesday afternoon, in'sions. He was In the barracks here good time to rcake local arrangemei some time for stealing a horse at before che evening meeting at S p.m Medicine Hat. Then he was sent tc a The arrangements for the trip inreit'arm at Edmonton but got away :tliat all these attending the horse and was sent f.o pay full fare on the east-bound jo ur-Jcorrection school at Portage la t-'rairla ney, and if there are three hundred; ;in as an incorrigible. His latest escape attendance, a ticket for the return brings him once more into ihe line- IP F4T laO.1 RVfAll1 iHL.fi Rev. A. K. A Id ridge, ex-president o; the conference, thought neither thoclsis or Presbyterians were ready tor union. Hev. Buchanan also took a fling at the Presbyterians on the 'ground rhat were concerned more with the advantages to bej iftsinpfl Me thonsiit the Prcs-j I wcro inclined to want tlK.- ot deal iu the of fields. LL UIHiAtt MONTREALERS tNTERESTEO IN THE MOUNTED POLICE .Montreal..May are displaying great interest in the visit of the Northwest 'Mounted Police who have .been in the 'City since Tuesday last en route to the Coronation cere- monies at London. There WM large j gathering of horsemen and admirers jof the police at Lafontaine Park this UNCERTAINTY CONCERNING THE i afternoon to witness the manouvres of this picked body, and were in-cited, to [display their skill for the benefit of 'the citizens by .Mayor Guerin. Con- May L'Abbadie sails who has been confined GOVERNESS WHO ELOPED WITH HIM Quebec, this afternoon for France. This is admitted by the authorities. With ai view to prevent if possible an assem- :to .his bed since his arrival at Mont- real, is reported greatly improved. Wage of thg curious, the authorities will not sav whether L'Ab'badie is to CHIEF OF POLICE GETS LIFE SENTENCE FOR MURDER Clinton, Ky., May Carter, go via the Lake Manitoba or the Vic-1former chief of police at Fulton, torian. both of which sail today. was sentenced to life imprispn- only reason to suppose that he the murder of Frank Bau-' nor. %0 bv the Canadian Pacific of a Seattle, Washington, which c-ompanv is bound to re. urn him left school at o Liverpool he is ssid to have of Illinois and started ________ ,'siijierstiUon aaainst returning bv theifor New Orleans. When at Fulton he isame boa. ...rnnehr. o-.u" engaged in a quarrel with Lethbriclge Cotinci! of the Tnion he has abundan: means of .paying his ancl to Commercial Traveller? will be in- patsnge by an" ship he may clioosej light. He is said to be a bright ihe re! urn Aln tost! MAN MAY BE i debentures for for ?rn people who go eas t f.oi Th Daily Overseas Mail of a few the assembly do so with the purj ago contained a report of a rail- of combining the business of thejway wreck near Caperowji, in South church with the pleasure of a vis! ,t. to j Africa, when a passenger Train phmg-i their former homes, or to the ciiit >s of Jed down a ravine three hundred FREIGHT RAN the east. Many of the wives and c ither 'deep, killing many Among: INTO PASSENGER relatives and friends of ihe commis-jine .names of the killed is one. Charle-! Buffalo r.crsons Rioners accompany them each ye.'.ir tojf.pn, and his friends in fiiie cify think-injured, one probably fatailv, when tlie assemblies. _ jit is Charletori who freiaht train at. ji-oiniei'ted with the Mounted Policeitnis afternoon knocked a passenger ve 9 txPenses a long time ago. He went from middle of Grand One of the matters which wliil Africa during fhe and re-i Trunk rassoiiTer train bound nroughr. up for earnest considei ration imained there after ppace was declar-! tmtTnlo to Toronto. Onr... :he arni at The meefirij; CJiief GiHespio rerr.embers tracks. Tbp most .year in Ottawa will be l.he propc sal touvell. having been connected with injured'was Mrs. .Mary GarreM. ofio- (Continued on page JK. N. M. P. at the same time. [Bramford. Out. _ t-.'-oard of Trade. T........ and antbori7.eri.wore W. for the of ;V Chinook OlinS- UNION BANK BUYS SITE AT THE HAT .Medicine Knt. May Thp I'nion closed n rif-al Ihis moriiiny: for the corner of Fourth avfiiiif Toromo ;HT fool. The bank will erect a :hree-siorey buiiding. HIGH RIVER on the here by the C. The new site of the be a cornmcd- ck-por.vi.-l or not. Her two nioriorn siruo.cnre iVi re- -.v are --vorkjng iill the proof material will be and will also be barMwitort by io p.-nr.issior, for i" the construction and when _. Board at six o'flock. The insiiin- ,o remam win; in canxax. the siirrounding grounds of ilie 1-er.hbncce C'onncil zir] ,ierseir ,B aimcEt prosstraTed I will converted into a park. Tiie sien in tao progress of .-msioly over the Tincer- i Climated cost is twenty tamty o! her position. The locrxl to j-etlibndse in .Ulorin-es can lonn no ooiuiori as cif.y as a wholesale centre, and mean a great ri :tiV way of advertising and laicns; these lines. {0 MRS. PARMALEE KILLED New York. Mav Marv plait 'ho probr.ble outcome of the appeal ;o Ottawa. Neither of the detained nar- I'.ies has given any trouble aiitlioress and was EXCURSION OFF FOR PRESENT ;To thp hospital people, though down nnd killed tonisht. by a Owing to the bad condition of the badie has been very peevish since msjrnotoiv-yeJe at Sixth and 4Prh roads the bnsinos? nit-ifs auto tvip rtefention. Mis? P.enoit is '.vifhin block of her borne. Warner and imerveiiing points, docile and cries a good rk-i'.l of Hermann, the rider of the ma- was to have taken placo on time. Icii'.ne. first, aid to dying next, May oue week. ;0, has boon post- it was learned e going by the Canadian Pacific boat.jj.iou of aa inquest. ;