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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IV AUa.. May 31. ISM I. Number FOR THE SELF GOVERNMENT OF THE OVERSEAS DO- MINIONS M. C. R. FAST EXPRESS THROWN CROWN OF QUEEN MARY WEIGHS BY LLOYD GEORGE GREAT SPEECH BY CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER BEFORE EIGHTY CLUB (Through Router's Agency) London .Mav David Lloyd- Ueorge. ciianceM'or of the exchequer." at stiintly killed. INTO THE KILLED Kiduetowji. Mav the i i last New York-Chicago express was tearing along at the of about To I miles an hour, at four o'clock this morning, it ran into a broken rail a half mile east of here, nnd the whole I train, with the exception of thc pass- enger coach which was at the rear, was thrown into the ditch at the side, h'ngineer Oak and Brakeman Steve Quinlsn. both of St. Thomas, were in- ONLY NINETEEN OUNCES APPOINTMENTS KING GEORGE GIVES LORDS ROB- ERTS AND KITCHENER PRO- MINENT RECOGNITION London. May ioiis u> ov The o'lrcia! r rn the coronation Xone of the passen- being gradually concluded. The Kins; KATHER THAN CONSENT TO AD- MIT THE JAPANESE TO AUSTRALIA .Melbourne, Australia. May Morris Hughes, acting premier of the commonwealth, in a remarkable ar- ticle which he has contributed to the i Sydney Telegraph, declares that Aus- LOCAL MEN WELL tralia will never agree, except at the START TAKING I THE CENSUS IN CANADA i TOMORROW i _________________________ I A BIG TASK HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED THEIR DIVISIONS Tomorrow moraine over SUOO eiium- I sword's point, to admit Japanese im- i migranis, even should such refusal i mean separation from the 'Mother Country, i erators will commence their rounds in The Eighty dinner of Saturday i gers. who were few in number, were evening, proposing "Our -Guests." said: j nurl except for a slight shaking up. are gathered here to welcome The irain consisted of-light express tlie prime of tiic great self i and baggage cars v.-ith one passenger British i numlici: 01 special ap- of high and picturesque Rev. Dr. Gordon (Ralph Connor) chairman of the Conciliation Board i which resumes its sessions this week. governing dominions of the Jt'irpire. "We regard the self-governing do minions with special pride. Thc con- ferring Of pelf government upon great communities of the empire is the greatest of ail achievements of Lib ei-alism. Our great statesmen in tru faced misrepresentation and ob and dnred even political rail to confer freedom upon these grea co 11 muni ties. We see with -pride tliey have grown in strength, influ- ence and power, but above all in thc avts ot self government, they added ic the storm of experience from whicl li. can draw in rf COMING lis great problems, and as a. ve we'can share in the triumphant vuidfcation of democratic government roach. With the exception of thc lat- ter, all the cars are piled in a bean beside the track with t'ne engine com- pletely demolished. The sectionhouse been broken into and a crow bar found beside the track, and it looks like a deliberate wreck tiie train. FROM ONTARIO QUEBEC TO LOCATE HERE AND "fc'irich1-they., present to the civUued We also observe with a (Special to the Kilmonion. of the of how, as .they assume the form and largest settlers' excursions of the attitude, of independent season organized under the auspices their.attachment 10 the Morher_Land p[ publicity agents oi the Alberta grows, generation by generation, de- Government' leave Montreal and Tor- cade by decade, conference by confer- onto today en. route for this prov- c-nce it flourished. Year by year it has jn lnp neighborhood- of live hun- borne fruit and will bear more abund- dreil of the best of the farmers of today made poinlnie.'its officials. The Duke nf NortiimnbrTlaud, the Duke of Fife, the Duke of Abcrcorn, and the Karl of Crawford were thus j appointed respectively, high steward i of Knghip.d, high const-able of Kng- kind, high constable of Ireland and deputy Steward ol Scotland. A-11011.2; bearers of the royal re- gal named arc. Lord Roberts .and j Lord Kitchener to carry thc second j and third swords, while the Duke of; Roxburgh, who, is appointed to the SU-v.-ard stall. The. Duke and Duchess .of Norfolk gave ;i diiirii-r and reception in honor oi ihc- colonial prc.T.iers. Q'.'.vcri Mary's crown has just been________________________ i coir.-jletod. II, is according to her! _ own'design with an elegant lace-like jfjjJJVS FROM AbllUl j tracery of holly in diamonds, the Kchinoor being set in ihc centre. The crown weighs: nineteen ounces, the Queen has, insisted that it should not evr-fprl the weight of an ordinary It will be used only at 1 he cor- ona I i-on, after that corcrnony thc gems will be dismounted and used in separate articles of jewelry. j quest of the statistics required for the {AUSTRIAN EMPEROR regular Dominion census. The is a largj. one but it is so orgacixed that the superintendent of tke force ex- pects to have the actual work of en- umerating finished inside of three j weeks from the first of June. The i work of compiling all statistics will IS NOT DEAD London. May reached here touighc from Paris that Emperor j Frances Joseph of Austria, had died j suddenly. A despatch from Vienna! received about midnight, however, LIVES LOST IN A FIRE KIVE PEOPLE BURNED TO DEATH AT S1LVERTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA BIG BLAZE TWO HOTELS AND SEVERAL' STORES WE-RE CON- SUMED Nelson. B. C., May Five people. lost their lives in a fire that destroy- ed the Windsor Hotel at Silverton, B. C., yesterday. They were Robert McTaggart, of Sandon; Robert Fair- grieve and F. L. Fairgrieve, bar- tenders at the hotel, an unknown re- sident of Phoenix, B. C., and anoth- The hotel ister 'O MAGRATH GOES TO CORONATION Ottawa. May A. .Ma- grath has left for London to attend the coronation, having changed his mind about abandoning the trip ro accom- pany R. L. l-jorden on his western tour. He is one of the Conservative ir.nnbers of the parliamenrary delegation. _ gives a semi-officaul statement Hat not- known if others then be proceeded with and will re- j jmpvovement in the Emperor's j quire at iKst a month more TO com- i C01iclicion coniiaues. It is said that he i lost hTes' Se'eral the VJU1ALIJ-I -3- V. pieie. so that the actual figures will drives for hollrs The Emperor> I were badly burned. The fire not be released before August at the according- to this dispatch. intends to..... THE BIHIPiRY! ant friiir in the future, for it has struck Canada it is anticipat- King will wear his father's its roots deeu in the rich soil of lib- erty. There is no greater mistake that statesmanship can make Thr.n to imagine that ihe narrow pat- riotism excluded the wider one. another special interest as Lib- erals in our self governing dominions. V.'e study aa'd watch with admiration Tne spirit of emulation of their bold social experiments i cheers) and it. is ?n inspiration for us to see how the spirit of enterprise, of patient e which transformed a vast less into a fertile province, is be brought into Alberta by the excursion trains. word has been received from eastern commissioners for some days past, b'lit it had been UnticipatL'ri by them that from 250 i to passengers would, but tickets for each of the excursions.- A party of settlers leaving Toronto, was brought together by--C.. R. McCutch- ieon. publicity agent of- the province. !Mr. Mr.Cntchccm will not himself ac- company the set tiers as no is oo fully occupied in pub- licit v work in Toronto to permit of PIONEER PICNIC SUMMER SCHOOLS TO BE BUILDINGS AT COUTTS Coin-is. picnic'1 ;tt "pioneer extensive and varied earliest. K, V. Gibbons, census commissioner for this constituency, has his enum- erp.toi's appointed and drilled in their work so that, they will be able to go our. Tomorrow morning and dispatch flioir duties efficiently and quickly. There ,ire Til enumerators for the whole district, five of whom will work altogether in the city. The other 71 outside the city, except those in the other towns and cities will each have to cover from "J, to ?0 townships in the course of their duties. There is point on which the public should make theniselves clear ih giving' sratisTif-s. If a person who has been a resident of Canada but rns been living- abroad for twelve months or more, intends to return ro Canada, his name should be given to the enumerator, but if it is known for a fact that, he will nor return, his grant a farewell aiidiecce tomorrow 10 the Hungarian premier. mi! L JOPATMJGRATH KENTISH MEN DINE I Kentish Men, and Men ot program is .June o. at announced for Saturday, name must be withheld. The public 's Ford, 10 miles Kent are holding n banquet this ev- ing .'it the Alexandra Cafe for thc purpose of discussing the matter of funning a Old Boys' associ- ation. F. I'. Conybc-are will be [iiesent- to respond to the toast "Sis- ter Counties." also inspiring the effort which is tracring'humanity from the im.-ler-i leaving that city at ihc present ground of the social jungle in which it j time. The party will beVcpndnctcri by Is tangled. .'one of thc Grand Tnrok Pacific rail- wav officials I.- IT. M.iiclleU is in ''In this land the growth is older and ,T i charire ot Montreal party, made the denser -nbre is stubborn. Tr. is i _, vv ,._ n un la reel v of Uucljcc tarmers. rnnkcr..-Tt is with difficulty and labor! toil "that.-'vre can cleave way j through it, but we are doing it-, slowly. JKILUED SIX WOLVES until I at last I SOUTH OF MEDICINE HAT frail cut a way for hiimp.nity to march through to tbs lig-lit. Medicine .Hat, .May Huckvale is in from the south anr states that some of the boys of the P cast of ht-i-i' on Milk River. Several bucking" conU'sts, ball games betu-een local tuccs-of-war with town- ships as rivals, horse races, and ev- in ihc foot racing line from a men's race to a girls' dash arc among; '.he oiTert'il.. Din- riv-r and siipper v.-jli lie served on the spoi. ;i social out-door hop is plauiifd for tin.- evening. The purpose of ihc cHchrai ion is to enliven the! -land farmers am! j the occasion will Jur-1 .pport.unity to ccleqn'.te the reef-lit fail of rain whicii means so much lo this country. of SL-VCI can do much toward facilitating the work of the enumerators if they will acquaint themselves with the ques- tions to be answered and have the necessary information gathered to- gether beforehand. Divisions in the City For the taking of ihe census the city is divided up among the enumerators as follows: Alex Wilson, all that part of the city lying west of 15th street j north i Wall work street) and north of the C. P. R. tracks. Cbas. all that part of the i city lying- east of loth street norLh and i north of the C. P. R. TWENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND RES IN THAT DISTRICT GROWING GRAIN (Special to the.Herald) Magrath, May Magrath will produce over one of grain this year is G. W. Heathshaw. Implement "dealer and farmer. Mr. Heathshaw. is better acquainted with crop conditions in tnis district than any other man and his figures may be relied upon as being correct. There-is-planted to in the hotel and-burned the Victoria. Hotel, Mrs. Carey's grocery and W. IK Brandon's store building occupied by E. Patrequin and family. The loss will exceed Insurance SG.SOO. In addition to the deaths from burning those severely injured in the j fire are -J. W. Cockrane, both an- kles dislocated F. Windoff, head and neck burned; John. Francis, cook, face and hands burned. Sev- eral others had narrow .es- capes, having hair singed and faces or hands blistered as they rushed from the fierce--clutch -ot the' fire -which, enveloped the entire .block in a few moments.. Duncan Grant, '.owner and pro- prietor of the Windsor escaped with his wife and children down an outside ladder, all inside avenues of escape being cut off. At the Victoria, the new An- MacAulay, was absent on a busi- crop. according to Mr.- 'Heathshaw, ness trip, to Nelson, and it is no about acres of wheat, oats and doubt due to the prompt action. of barlev. Twentv thousand of that his brother, Bruce, who WAX in- amount is in fall grain and the re- mainder in the crops mentioned. Conditions were never better for an immense harvest, said the optimistic implement dealer. '-The fall grain is now twelve inches 'high on an aver- age and the spring grain about seven. If nothing unforseen. happens Magrath should thresh the biggest crop in "her history. The machines now in the district and the ones tnat'are ordered will only thresh about, one naif of the grain. Tt will be seen from this that G. F. r-Ieath, sll thar oart of the city the machine business will be partic- Mr..Heathshaw "This -is -an oid country not done v.-irh yet. (Cheers.'i Trade returns, census returns, even the living issues wt- arc fitrntins upon the floor of the !turc- for which 1he Associa session tion paid them 31 SO in bounty, receiv .Cross outfit killed two parent wolve; j the local this ai'iernoon for and four cubs in Simon Pe-pin's pas j attend KNIGHT SUPPLIES HORSES Ma.inr Stewart, of thc local hat- spirits tery of lit-Id artillery, received word jT1 iron. Hay Knight of Kayraond, that j 1! he will let the battery have forty iiorses to take to camp at Calgary next mo.nh. Last, year Mr. Knigln j oslal.lishinr-nt of several of ,lle C. P. R. i is preparing for Ihe rush bv stocking supplied the with horses and j mor schools in this part is now Johl. JoneSi al] the cil.y iying east an immense line of'binders and bind- is repeating tins generous offer this Icupyin- the aiU'iMion of a larpe part Qf ritn sourh. west of flth street i ef] twine. He is expecting- the great- year. j of iho population throughout thr-j gomh Courts and south of the j est anci raost prosperous year since nn Monday a meelini; was p. R. locating in business -here. thc home oi Marry Hall, j j. Gibbons all the city Vying east i Ifc is a noticeable feature, said Mr. lies i of Coutis. A. K. j Of oin street Fout.ii. WOK: of street n-ciipicd the chair, and a new j south Road) and south live by ;'oiii- miles was voted i of the C. P. R. tracks. C. K. Coover, .John Gorham i Charles Harding, all the city lying as trust res. A i east of TSth street south and south GOING TO GRAND LODGE Dr. -J S. Stewart. Hugh Scott, Mavor Adams ar-il i hei; 11! (-'onn leil iho" Mas.-nic Grand Lodge there. in in, 1162.thshaw, when travelling over the rural districts, that the farmers are using' better methods of cultivation than heretofore. They are observing V !ne suggestions Driven by the speakers :to state that the killing of these wolves will mean a saving of to thc ranchers in a single year, as it fake: a lot of beef to keep, half a doxer, wolves going. This is the second lo tnar. has been killed on the Penir ranch. of Parliaments, shows that this eotimrv has net come to the end ln- in return only froni rlie KOV cf irs great career. There are 51 in ernment. Tt is a conservative estimau chapters to ha written with nobler deeds than have ;ei recorded -even in great Th.o which founded the eir.niiv the world has ever seen ireans !o prove that it ran als) rid oi the social ovils "nrier- mine its strength and dim it.? bistre. "Tlie old coiintry is not done, but if T'e are not at the end of thc greatness cT Hrit'nn. the new rfominioas are only at the beginning of their greatness, i The premiers who have honored us icday wii.h their presence, whom >ve j "welcomw wiih such pleasure, delight j and cordiality, now their Trillions. The day is no! distant when they or their successors will come to the old country to represent, their of millions. They have a greai unlimited- future beforo them. "They may outgrow Britain and outgrow Britain in Strength, popula- tion, power and position, they will BURNED AT'S IN ICO c: is to bo erected school iiniiirdi.ilely. There arc ahoui, o the C. P. R. sent out by the provincial government and as a result a marked improvement may be seen in most of the farms. SIR FREDERICK BORDEN ILL London. May Frederick Rorden was absent from the session of j yet been made charge, that no casualities occurred, there. At the first alarm, -without waiting to clothe himself, and -with, feet bare, he.rushed, rapidly room to room, breaking in where necessary, and together -with James Hardy, saw that everyone was safely out, though the bovs lost all of their personal effects. Mrs. A. Carey, owner of ad- jo ining grocery store and Hvery rteb- les, assisted by her two sons, secuited'. all-- her valuable papers, got the safe out of the store, raid released all tbe. live stock before the fire drove them hack. Her loss on the hotel is 000, insurance grocery stock and store insurance Duncan Gram; estimates loss ot Windsor Hotel at insurance Patriquin and .family, who occupied W. H. build ins, lost everything. Not realising the awful intensity of the blaze, he started to try and save the buiMing and lost all, S500; no insuiamce, loss on building insurance S'SOO. Mrs. Carey saved her livery and laundry house, the balance of tfee block being entirely consumed. Owing to the intense heat no search has for the remains of rbe imperial conference yesterday. He those who perished. An inquest, no Trinidad. Col., May report tftat Robert has ar the SI-ake in Mexico has been con- reciprocal y firmed by the receipt or ;i letter by i ciiipin Jos. Bonatee Jr.. National- ists will open their federal campaign tonichl bv ii puMic meeting at which Messrs. Mor.k and La- vergriL- v.-ill he ihr principal speakers. .'.icuurs Cartier is df a manifestation oi he of an address f of people from vari- provinci.1. Mr. Monk irfiiI the question of Tclalions with nkiiiir and aflmin- The n-cin to he tht sympathy anri Tiic for schools sidr j'.e H'i' wiihin caJ-v reach of rict. I'.' miles jccoitie reality j ial iil'ten.'pls 1-0 Tiii'i'i- arc ah out out, attend-; re'.iniiiiiirv plans t lie C'.iii-dian so tiuif. IT wii! each child to be ine of The Hague, May 31.-A tive o1' llic Hutch linaucierH carrying a loiter of intrud'-iction inmi T. i M. Preston, ('anadiiiii agent in 1 j kind, sails today for Canada to in- i vcstijrato is slightly doubt, will be held later. of city. ist.rali The women are outgrow toeir nfTection for the old rotmtj-y. Them are shrines in Britain they, can never forget: it IP the knd of ShakesDeare. of Miltcn. of Ktirns. the land where generations of trom Mrs. Sweazy. sisters. The letter states was i put to death at thc stake a; the hands 'Of Mexican bandit? May li-th for lire to give them money fhey knev.- he Mrs. write.-, she WHS driven from home and was witho.ut shelter for fiftv hours bur finally the pri also tli ihe Nationalists. and Mr. Armand cfi-'iain points incf1 more partieu- genera! aims of n.'UC'h 1; is rrr- iioani near the insiiiut ions. ti'.i'i tiie Swct'l. cfi-'isifierinii the. :id- f c'Stabltshing n school ranch, soiith-easi of the iipportunilies for the i iiivestmenr-" of foreign capila! ihero. i The inlcrt'stcd with bin) h.'.vc tiif extensive connection- ihroii-xii Belgium and (iermany as' It is intended that the new in r.ings Eryan ihe programme SAYS RECIPROCrrY WILL PA-SS Plymouth, May Came- gie in an on his arrival here i predicted that the American Senate would endorse the reciprocity agree- nient with Canada, but the majority _______ would be much smaller than expected. .May Jen- CONFERENCE today rook exception to j GIVEN FULL CONFIDENCE his party in the i RPYAN Q U .vill 11vlijivi project shall have its brad otTice Holland- A. J. McA3TKU3. M.P.P.. ILL Mny J. McArthur i M. P. P. for Glftichen. is Tying serious lv ill at hi? residence rJ Crescent i COULD PROVE THE CHARGE (Special :.o Herald) .Magrath. night bc- lore .Justice -Stacey the case of the f own of Magra'h vs Telfer for soiling liquor, was heard. The accused was house and criticized sharply the ma- jority or democrats have agreed to support the revised tariff schedule on wool and woolen goods. The crit- icism is made in a statement made public through Representative Har- rison of New York. Aroused by Mr. Bryan's attack on those who favor a wool tariff. Demo- cratic Leader Underwood made a. men and women dared death to fight, j reached thc camp of friendly Ameri-'Heights. A few days ago Mr. 1'or freedom of the soul. (Continued on page i rr.ns. Sweazy was i.Mexican SUNSTAR WON Loin-ion, May wins the Derby. totally vindicated of the rhnrcw the statement tonight declaring Mr. Bry- prosecution wa? unable to bring up evidence to show "HP had sold an's attirurie "unjust and nnd rtis'.-loeinp; rhat the wool tariffs 10 be the booze. C. F. P. Conybeare ap- submitted to Thursday's democratic Arthur ccniraoied pnournonla. He is tin a critical condition. peared for the prosecution and F.H. urner spoke for caucus are much the same vnison bill wool schedules.. as the Of British Government in Regard to Imperial and Foreign Matters .London, May 31. Hon. Andrcxv Kishrr. premier of Australia, in an interview here, expresses his thor- ough appreciation of the course adopt ed by the government in admitting members of t-he Imperial Conference to its full confidence in Imperial and lort-isn niii tiers. Lord Haldanc, sec- of state for war, says f-hat the has comr To a common witlr govefn-nicnt on, conclusion problem1- u-ere regarded up to a short time ago as difficult and ob- icnrtt ;