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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Leth fly Herald IV: 'Friday, October 20, 1911. Number 262 IfJGERS' VERY GOOD IDEA I Suggests Western Branch of the Supreme Court i Ottawa, Oct. Robt. Itog- I crs iiii.s :i. ,'jjnv ami unitjiic scheme to jn-oj'.JSK i0 '.tic ;is u coun- 't it-rjinit o.' Prwfiici' proposal j i, -.vevtcni division of 1 ijin'ot'o! raii way commission. iiv that there .should 0 bt w astern1 division for Fed- 1 In favor- of it '-M paving of expense to wes- tern v.'ho carry cases to tlic and-, have to l'o ntfa.-iva a.t.-igreatly increased i'or lawyer and witnesses, etc. Tim minister, of the interior believes tlii; scacrmris practicable and will be I'ujiular in Western Canada. BEREEFORQ. LIKES CANADA Montreal, Oct. sailing for Eiieland, Lord Charlsc E-eresford declared that 'he considered Canada tho country in the world. "This is -ihe country for he RESULT WAS GIVEN GEO. M. HATCH President of the Trade Canadian Delegation Competitors Withdrew and Convention.was Solid for Minister of Agriculture Cinched Bids Put in for Future Wants it for Addresses J W McNICOL Chairman of Dry Farming Congress Section SEND PROTEST TO MR. BURRELL Moose and Nelson Do Not Like Census Returns j Moo.sc -Taw, SasK., Oct. auspices of Uiu Hoard of Trade, two including mcmlius j nid ildi rmf.n held a protest agiuist j thu Dominion at.ii us fi LULLS m UIL i w "V M L V uiditnuuni tonight Speech ci were nude tml a conimittct rorm cd to nemaml to tlie Mm is ct of Vgiicnlt no Ot a-fta d m imliub inustiL, iliou mto tin, Regina returns. The council j will likely be, asked bj i comnuttec to nider a ittdSiinf of the census m tins'city and in a i iawa comparisons of "the ..number of i voters, school attendances and oth'yr statistics will be included, sho-vinr j this city to, tin not very .far behind i Kcgina. It was decided not tny persona! delegation- to but to frame up i strong orotest bached up btitib ics (Continti d on o) Colorado Springs, Colo., Oct. settled and delivered by President Geo. M. Hatcb and Secretary Manwarlng, all papers required to land the pry Farming Congress for the city of Letn- bridge, Alberta, were duliverecJ_ this afternoon at five o'clock !o the executive committee in the presence of Hon. Duncan Mar- shall and George Harcourt, De- puty Minister of Agriculture, re- presenting the Alberta govern- ment. Lethbridge Is the home, headquarters and meeting place- of the 1912 exposition. To Hon. Duncan Marshall must go a large measure of '.he credit for ob- taining this much loveted congress, for so forcibly placing Lethhrtdge1 claims before the committee, and for assuring on behalf of Ihe government the necessary financial for so large an undertaking, ''o Geo. Har- court must be given much r.rcdit for his excellent work on .the committees, and to J. W. McNlcol, George M. HON.. -MARSHALL M inister., of J Agriculture he finishing pouches. It was a grand scene. Hatch, Fred. W. Downer, and Duncan Wsrshafl .thanked' the J. L. Manwarlng and to of two states which witndrew, and ihe the Canadian delegates, who have delegates from every natio for their Phoenix, Arizona, and Salt Lake, Utah, made bids for nineteen thirteen, and M. Leiderfrost, for Budapest, in 1914, San Diego making the advance bid for 1915, Marshall Clinches It Then the chairman called upon the H6n. Duncan Marshall for an address from Canada, and in' it he clinched Canada's claim. Not only did he Jn- vite the Dry but he invited also the Women's depart- ment, gaining their vote in his favor. He drew attention to the idea of mak- the Congress international in ev- Chairman ery respect, showing Canada's claims .__ by reason of the fad that the Grand -.Challenge premium had been won in the last two years by Alberta; Leth- j bridge and Southern Alberta farmers ;wcre first to take up the' movement in Canada, and their, attendance at the past Congress had done much to make them a success. .Speaking of what Canada could do for them, he mentioned the scenery of the Rockies in Canada, but better than that he had a telegram from the town of Magrath, Alberta, stating that on- one thousand acres just Heathershaw 4 Bradshaw had threshed forty-seven thousand bushels. That is the kind of scenery the Dry Farmers want t? see Europe After Congress Budapest Hungary may be the seat of thp great International Diy Farm F. W. DOWNER of Excursion Committee TRADE RELATIONS WILL BE BETTER That is the View of Ed- itor Macdonald of the Toronto Globe Kansas Oct. ica must be kept back from the mill- J tary madness of Iliirope, declared J unes V McDonald, editoi-in-chiet jot ibe Toionto Clobc m an address as the 'guest of twelve i lure tins oening boosted every minute while here, and support for the Congress in 1B12 as ,mg Congress In 1913.' The to the good work of A. .Perrey as a j sunng theqn. of hearty welcome of I delegates fron foreign countries and rin. -.T" practical should the praise of, the citizens" of Lith.br I AlbcrtE 'not including Canada now attending! Alberta'and'Lcthbriyge people be giv and in fact of whole Dominion (the Congfess'iTi tnls cityf-hntta- meeH en. Nor must Hon. W. R. Motherwell i of Canada, of Saskatchewan, be. overlooked for j the success of tlie executive dep.eruL, ed to a great extent on his support fcr the city of Leth and don't forget the Kilties niemori U to (H Jon them as Canada's, musicians' -all eyes are centred. Easy For Lethbridge When S. iVJcintosh, of Australia, and. Very Little Oppo ition ith bridge really had very .tittle opposition-for the 1912 Congress. The spirit 'of enthusiasm with which ihey entered the fight seemed to-carry ev- erything before it. Before two days had gone past, every one was talking Lethbridge and Canada for 1912. was the ipirit that the Congress the Urugusy delegate, arose in be made international, and the {mittee, moved and seconded that make the Congress international should go to Canada next 'year, and) when Hon. Duncan Marshall stated..he had every confidence in the Leth- I bridge Board of Trade, and tha; they would have financial aid to carry th'e delegates .from every state entered into Canada's fight with a will. I, When the meeting this afternoon Was 'called to order and announce- ment was made that applicants for ext year's Congress would be heard, mg tonight and voted to support the claims of Hungary At the afternoon session Chas Von Liedenfrost the agricultural representative of Hun- gary, Invited the Congress to come to that country, Following the general meeting the foreigners met and voted to start a movement upon arrival at their respective homes, that will re- sult in the session of the Congress in Europe. They.determined to take the matter up with Ministers of Agricul- ture and the wealthy land owners. It is the intention to go to the merging at Lethbridge, Canada, next year with every European country represented to the toast 1 "Tlle THEY BEUEVE Farmers East of Punched for Smuggling Goods Across Line DR. STEWART INVITED Dr. Stewart Oonsci a Live candidate, m'il be extend- ed the courtesies of, the plat- form fit tomoirow exerting Liberal meeting In Reding's Hall, North Ward.. He will, lie Si ven an opportunity to present his arguments to A A withdrew and1 threw in their support fcr Lethbridge, and the Board of Trade mission was fulfilled. And when before a packed houce of dele- gates from all over the world George, Harcourt announced that Arizona and Utah had withdrawn, leaving Leth- I bridge alone in the field, ihe iasm of the Canadian delegates wav-I ing the Union Jack in a body was a wild scene, making a fitting climax i for the big fight, the Pipers and with votes enough to capture the the Pipers' Band entered the room 11914 Congress. Succeeding in that playing among other tunes an Ameri-! they will proceed to organize the coun- cnn tune which carried the crowd off I tries of. Europe to hold an (ntcrnatlon- its feet. It was the signal for the I al Congress and Exposition that will climax of Canada's fight and turned one of huge p, Son 01 the rebiduits ilonj, Ihc boiimhij line uc (uduiLlv undti thp in tint the. iccipiocitv pact tuned iti Iho hie flections t ists of smiiyghng Inxf tome to lighl I u L ntlj- three CISPS been tuc I j ot IVml Q'Heille this wecK. Alexan-' i'ii Mctcilf beioit. las Scigcnt Mid t'. I1, J.P.'s for smug f' D r on it lumliCL inil film in pie incuts across He was :i stss d 530 -ind cosls VI UK sunc Irim f rncsl md C. ul luin up for bringing in Imggj and agricultural implements. They both .fined ?50 and costs.-Tn ill 1hui, cas.cs Iht MomUri I'olice hid; the infonf.aUon. BS-ROUT. THE IMPERIAL FORGES Troop" arid Warships Retreat With Revolutionists in Notified to Lea1 May Fall ftirtd to arbitration, Not foi luau aLinanicnts giitl a more irresistible said be, 'but to prepare the .way (or tUe reign of. reason and justice undci tlie sanction of international law. That is tlic purpose of bitration. Britain and Amqfica must lead the even'how leading the wauls, the peace of the world." Referring to tlie elections in Can- ada, Mr. McDonald said, ity; or no rccipiocity, the trade rela- tions between.CanadaJmd the United States will be ELY LOSES HIS LIFE Aviator Who Gave Ex- hibition in Lethbridge Last July Macon, Georgia, Oct. to the giouml be was making one of his sensational dips with his machine, at Macon, Georgia, ed aviator, Eugene Ely, was .almost instantly killed. The machine shot down with tremendous force, and -Ely, ibamlomng the level, leaped out, clearing the aeroplane and striking the ground with terrific. Eorce. With us b'ody broken in several places "he regained sullicient consciousness. to :ay, "1 lost control, I know I aiii enquiring a minuter, af- The machine bad a fifty-foot all, and the accident took p.ace IB :lic presence of some persons. Eugene Ely. will bo-well' rememberT :d by tlic people nf Lethbridge from he exhibitions he gave at the ;ion.grounds nn July 14th last: Suggestion of Overseas Club is Worthy of Adoption and assist in people in the methods of Dry Farming agriculture. Hungary, has vast areas of land that can be cul- tivaled successfully' in this manner only, AH foreign delegations took part in the meeting excepting the Canadian provinces, who 4> NEEDS OF NORTH WARD it unbecoming foi matter. (Continued on. page 7) in the Platform of Ratepayers' Asso- ciation Two representatives in city council. Better streets. More are lights. More cement wallib ALLAN LINED FOGBOUND Liverpool, Allan liner V 101 an will tirl Ciu mil iiu liogal party'aboard, is fogbound the mouil oi he Meisej NOBILITY HUNTING BIG GAME Port Arthur, Oct. of ulheriiind, Lord Keresford ail'! party n? hu..iting big.gnme in 'ibe vicinity Sliansiiai, Oct. following message'from Vice Admiral-Winslow jenior British Tiaval at Hankow, F: An excellent suggestion was inn no lasi; evening at Uie meeting of thu Overseas Club held in the ollices of the Uogcrs-Ciinniiigbanr Co. It moved hy A. Unfton-Cnnning and pndcd Iiy K. A. Cunningham that in the- event of LrUinridge securing Ihe ihe that tho absence of news was munlcnu, (.IKT. with M. K. FI. Ite and lue to tne fuel that mmiater of war, Of with view to progress In tho strike situation in Socre- NEW G01RKMENT SEEKS SETTLEMENT OF STRIKE Hon. Robt. Rogers is Coming West and is Prepared J. L. MANWARINO Secretary'of the Board of Tridt crnincnf, troops ratio Ued up baient} IHo Croek wliilo the Cliinc Q w-ii ships withdrew down the river on: of GERMAN BATTLESHIP RAMMED j sight. KevohUIomms t ilm Kiel; Germany, .Oct. Her-; victory. niun Jlosscn wns rammed Still another says, that re- nijjht (ho NoMejfan slfu-T fit Hankow claim great AI o DtUtmgi. (o IiiiUlcshij) ovor inippihls ri ci .bow wns crushcil iii .but' '-lm( they cajytiuxd tha riverside and fin! returned tu 'Kiel liuaid'Od. J railway slatipn. Feeling at Pekin. Peliin, Oct. to nine o'clock toniiiiil. thfi government :iml foreign r legalions were in the dark as to' ila- Dry Funnins; ('.ingress for 1U12 sent by wntleas from, the British velopments in the sotvih. Olliciai, j Board Trail, el oft Hankow, was received here tin's morning. "All telegraph lines to Shanghai and Pekin nere desti by tire last night from dlitanr- nub beyond settlement A.... __ ,vttuvilj wireless illsiratch from li at' Intel'completed 'thJ'orVanizat'ion'o'fTis Proniini'iice to ihe display of neon alid d In Ilorees wils PuAhig Tor- nlms! overland linos at. Kin.Klan molieil M'3 coiHentlng lot honicono also i hero nt -I o'vlock that fhe himaolf with reporting military details suggested. Niai tlic chili nnilcrtahc tnj without furnishing definite news of of Ills'Jhijesty KhiR1 U'ediicsilay's fight. George nnd the British (lag for nsu It was rxpccted r.nat tho conwn- trallon of the two Iniporhil divisions had been completed at Kwallg Sim, 7ii mller, north of Hankow. to Meet tlie From the Department of Labor rule, Oct. has dc-1 from the supposed operators' i.-roncv. which is said to be in j !on in Iho! Prank district tills! The minors arc not hearing! e sua alrojed i "K tele" i I" oiwn the Congress. I the strike district except the r ro of a mi 1, TB uf ot following telegram and Ano her I nutatedTtaT wl" to aS'iC" i "lri' Official assurances were givcn that the outlook was now- much Improved tluu ultimate triumph of the gov- (Continncil on paio 6.) at, each outerlniinncnt, It was rlccit'ed to hold the animal general incntinj; of tlie Chili in St, .Augusiin's Hall on Kriday, Nov. 3rd! at S.30 p.m. This meeting would! take the form ol a smoking at, which all ollicers for Ihe ensuing year will be elected. I "Ottawa, Oct.. J. Carter, I''enilc, II. arn by the Minister ot Labor to inform you that the lion. Robert Rogers, Minister of the Interior, will pro- bably be In Lotlibridue on Wed- ficwday, Oct. 2fj, on matters con- nected with the Interior depart- ment. The >rinister of Labor has thought'you may desire to toko advanliige of Mr. Rogers' pres- ence at. Lethbridge to plncte be- fore him on behalf of tlie em- ployees the present situation of the dispute between the Western Coal Operators and former pioyeea. I am. to add that in tho event of your doing so the tton. Mr, Rogers will be pleased-to do' what may bv; possible to assist in promoting a settlement in the long standing d I smite." Carter's Reply Secretary Carter baa just sent -the following reply: "To A. Acidand, Deputy Min- ister of Labor, ledging yours of 19th Ihst. oirb-a- half of District 18, U. M. W. of A., we would say that we would be pleased to confer with tho Hon. Kohl, Rogers and comply with your -suggestion re presenta- tion of present J. Carter." This would indicate a tho subject by officials of new! government, and tliti meeting next Wednesday will be eagerly looked for-: ward to by the miner? DROWNED IN AN IRON MINE Fourteen Lives Reported Lost in New Jersey Disaster Koclinnay, V .r Oct num- ber of miners were caught by nuislt of vater at Iton Springs at [libel ma loil.iy am! thirteen of them are reported flcad. All were lorr .cis except the forcnian of the gang. The men were driving a new shaft, when it is supposed they biota into a subterranean stream. KING MAY RUN FOR LEGISLATURE Berlin, Ont, Dot Is bptag rumored in political cir- cles, altlio.ueli not confirmed; that W. L. M (.lie defeated Liberal can- didate in the recent election, will >bfl tendered the' nomination Cor the On- tario Legislature Tor North: Waterloo, opposing Dr. II. 0. Laekner, the pret- ent member. FORMER BANKER TORY NOMINEI Guelph, Oct. the convention of Ihe Conservatives of South Welling, ton H. C. SchofieM, retired banker, was unanimously nominated for !egl3laUlre 3. P. R. TO SPEND FIVE MILLION Montreal, Oct. Canadian 'nclflc .Haihvay announces that, they ivill spend over five million dollars !n extension and rRhuihllng. Practically, .he whole system from the Atlantic o the Pacific oceans is having big Mtenstons and alterations niprovements includo the 8'pcnding of money on the new hotel now being 'reeled at Calgary, ;