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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta r C f 1 Volume HI. Lethbridge, Alta., Thursday, September 22, 1010. Number 239. 'Manufacturers Association Leave the Grain Growers" Alone Farmers Need Lessons on Protection, Some Said Vancouver, B. C., Sept. cally rejecting tlie resolution to "con- duct a campaign 'of education along the tariff .policy lines, ;but at the same time ex-pressing the hope that the 'Do- minion government will -not overthrow !the present fiscal arrangements in lavor of those more radically mak- ing for free rade, the Canadian Man- uracturers'. Associaio'n today debated the -most important features of the situation with respect to firee and protection." "Let us not listen to a sectional, iparocnial, little meeting of grain grow- ers" said C. S. J. Phillips of Montreal Jn urging that no discussion of issues toe undertaken at'present time. "The less said the remarked .A. of -Goderich. Accordingly iio instructions were -given the tariff committee to go ahead with a cam- paign along protectionist lines as pro- posed by that 'body in its report. only -one business session was held Remarkable Display At the Cranbrook Fair-All Kinds And Excellent Quality Interesting Bee Exhibit Good Sports Large Crowds Attend f BANK CLEARING .J. HOUSE RETURNS 4 The clearing house returns .-week -i- ended today, were :an increase of almost ?2QJ000 over last week. (Special to the Cranbrook, B. C.; Sept.. 21.- second. annual fall fair opened j are -housed in a cellar during winter, -The! though Mr. Gill .wintered .a colony or here i two last winter in the open. today under cloudy skies and .with a record attendance for a first day. J. ,Mrs. E. M. Allendane, of Creston, had a display of. a fine collection bi S. Dennis, of the C.P.R. land, de- flowers among the Cranbrook display, partment, wired his reg-rets at not i chrysanthemum stocks, astors and. being able to attend, and -particularly other varieties. The only departments not well nllefi as should have been -was .the in the opening, but he. had an able substitute in Mr. R. Randolph Bruce. who is deeply interested in. a large cattle, sheep and hog classes, but an.- land and irrigation enterprise, which; other year this will not happen, as contemplates the improving and Srinfr' the present success will '.stimulate' ing under irrigation a .large portion'the stockmen to be lively. Government of sixty square miles purchased, by C. W: Edwards, his--company from the C.-P.R. along; has the judging of the in- the route of the Kobteuay Central charge and speaks many Railway, now under construction. praise' for the. kinds he has to. handler Tomorrow will be the great if the weather is fine, and Cranbrook. will have beaten' herself with1 the' dis- play made at.her second I-iili-fair. There were two "-or three thousand 1 people upon the fair grounds today and the programme "of races, was puli- ed off without a hitch, save for the jolting of Al. Doyle's ridden by an Indian boy named Andrew, a son of Curley, also a well- known Indian of the district. Andrew was" taken to the hospital in-an auto where it was found that he was suffering, from a severe shake-up, but is not danger- ously hurt. In the pony race ..Lady '.D. won, tfemie 2nd. Time ,.55. The.five-eighths was won by Josic S.: 2nd. Time 1.09. Jim won the'Indian mile race, Jim H. 2nd.. Time .59. today. Three will be held tomorrow.! dash .by Daisy iwnen the convention closes. In the i mosei- evening 'elections of officers and members of the executive council. Ballots have already been issued.- .-Natnanier. Carry, Montreal, and james P% Murray, Toronto, are nom- inated for .tne vice an omce _witfca', invariably is -followed by unopposed- elevation to the presi-- aency. Argued for-Campaign in. -the. debatevon 'the- abortive '.res-i oiution "of tariff committee, R. J. Wai-! said Fine Display of .Fruit The most interesting part "of the fair, however, 'is ;the line, display of fruits, that are SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND TRAIN1 Will Ask For Fifteen Per Cent, Increase of Wages the Managers Big Rke Postponed Because of the Weather- A Fine Lot Of Horses Were Shown Taber Won the Band Contest-Nearly Three Thousand People Present (From the Herald's Staff. Corres- satisiied, as this draw- umcago, Septl tnousan-d engineers, trainmen and conductors on aV' the west are .'prepi.-'ag to open railway manag- ers -for" a warce increase of. avproyi- mately The engin- eers- gavevuotiiici -demands some-time ago" and their general com- mittee will arrive -ic Men- Raymond, Sept- ing the inclement weather the crowd ing card. Mr. Knight was quite willing to have the race run, but was over-ruled by Mr. Cook, 'who'claimed at the lair grounds to-day numbered j that the track was not in. good well over.-twenty-five'hundre-d people, enough condition. In .the.signed agree- and thus broke all previous records, jmen-t'in'regard to the is The weather was fine in the morning j a clause saying that .either, owner and quite a crowd was out to see order the race postponed i! the, judging of the light horses. Although j weather" conditions do not suit ainmen and the weather was very. threatening at j so that Mr. Cook had a .perfect right railways in ncon large crowds, went out to the j to act as -he" did. It was' announced grounds the afternoon and! that when the race is public the grandstand; was soon filled with j will be admitted free people "eager, to see. the sports, and j withstanding this disappointment the day to.-meet managers in con- JNelson, .B.' C.; Sept. is wildly ex-cited 'by the discovery of seen in tie: big .tent which was rich placer, gold -in the' Goat "Rivet- put apart for the purpose and which !h _- was filled." with a .display coming Bea most. Many good chances .for dis- cussion had been missed the man- iiracturers on their, way across the prairies. There the free trade germ Had started and with, the advent of so many free traders from the Old Country, who" found present tariff con- in this young- land. rather irk- some. The doctrine of free trade would largely spread unless a coun- ter campaign was carried-on. The larmers evidently thought they were oemg "soaked" for the benefit of tne 'manufacturers and it would be to hold a conference with ag- ricultural people with a view to ar- riving at some arrangement regard- ing the taxiif. In the prairies they objected ,to seven million people raising one hundred millions through customs, but the revenues had to be provided to pay "for the big public works, and how else -could they be ootained. Otaer s-peakers took the same line. old. time Prospector. from Willman on thejipftb. to Waldo 4. He, came -to Creston on Thursday last on "-west'.' with' some very .fine- specimens ;of as Cfesto'u.." CrestoiL' jias -coarse "gold .an.d. the; leaked.. out tnat he had located .two claims just above tne -Canyon in-- the .Goat River. A rush, at once occurred to -the vi- cinity .of the finds. Up to .the-.-pres- rerence. The 'trainmen and conduct- ors are now'taking a referendum vote on-the demands' before formally presenting them to the managers. The vote will be ".completed oy- Oc- tober when the: question will toe sub- mitted. It is un-derstood that some time may -elapse -before the trainmen and conductors .asic lor' a, conference. jderestnsls-'cover railway .west of and the main line of the L" .Tie- JSrotberhood' of Kaiiway Trainmen- and the Order of Kaiiroad Uonductqrsv are acting- joint- ly, while are; acting aione.. The-firemen on the same .roads- presented--demands last_spring winch were settled -ua- be -profit- into the hearts of the producers ami aWy from these locations. Clalm racniirasre others to srrt and -10 and lt is dimcall to get the facts as real value ot tfle ftod encourage others to g6 and So are ansious to avoid wise. But to note all the a stampede irom the outside amples pi the pmck ana r-ourage oi j these pioneers in the .vil-derness j would make too long- a .story. The i vegetables an-d grains to be ---cen arc simply marvels which fail .'or high! praise from eastern visitors. There is also a very display of poultry, more than seventy-five cages being on display. All leading .breeds of .fowls are to be seen. There are twenty-five Icenneis of canines, some of them being rrrnrak- ably fine doggies.' Bees and Honey One of the most'interesting features of the show is the bee display by Mr. T. S. Gill, well known C. P. R. engineer. Mr. is nv no means a novice in the mysteries of the apiary. He is an old Guelph Col- oi transportation for the Canadian cent. passenger rate, it has great im- J beinS m the majority. The Bnmhall took over a similar -posi- i portance in' constitutional laws and i Bros- have a fine bunch of. fourteen as a precedent will bear upon the j Shires and a couple 'of good Percher- uon in this state. He started many rerorms in the .administration and as a result the system was put on a paying basis for the first time. TJn- rate regulating or rate making activ- ities of every .state. It comes at a time when- the railwavs have concen- aer nts management the surplus last' trated their efforts upon a plan for an year reacned the million dollar mark.! increase in rates which is being present year Mr. Tait's i fought by various associations of ship imring srnnri i ons and took nine first prizes. Ray- mond Knight exhibited his fine" string of imported Suffolk Punches and took nine firsts an-d seconds. He also took first on his team of carri- horses.. The Knight Sugar Co. __ Tii ____ _______________________ ____ "Continue. ami while not 'directly' related a bunch of Clydes and ciaents were numerous on the line, campaign may have import- aves were lost and much, property I ant indirect influence upon it. destroyed. Unrest in the ranks of) means, if sustained, that the the -workers displayed itself and m i railways, are ordered to restore the addition the Labor Party in the state i commodity an-d passenger rates that iauncae.d venomous attacks against existed prior to .the act of the Min- ivi-r. Tait's management. One section of the press aided the agitation by making grossly unfair charges. Matters came to a head today when nesota legislature of 1907. .It presents the double consideration that tie rates then ordered into effect Iiv the Shires and took four prizes. Ed. Hod- ges, of Magrath, took five firsts on his Clydes, and Thomas Mendenhall took first on his Clyde stallion. J. B. Ririe, of Magrath, had some good Shires. The Percherons do not seem to be very popular around Raymond, as there were only a small -number exhibited. T. 0. King took first on Brnest Thomas. War- Bluffton, D Blufffon: Oscar Zimmcrmau, ton; "Miss "Pearl BluSton- R. F. Folk, Washington Indp Jac- ob Swartz, Unioadale; -F. "W-. Tamm, Warren, In-dl; Johii W. Tribolt; ;Bluff- ton; Miss Bertha Tribolt, .Blufftfen; Charles Reber, "Uniondalet Blanche Archibald, Ossian Thomas Q-or- doa, Bluffton; .Frank King and wife, Warrenj; son of Lloyd Brown, Blulrton, about, eighteen years old; John Johnson, Merklei; Jesse Hoffman, Marion; S. E Thompson, Ann Arbor, Mich.'; Mrs. Bluffton; Mrs. Myrtle Harleyj daugfi1 ter of Mrs. Folk Mary" Delugherty, Bluff Daniel Debach, Petroleum, Jc-d.; J. E. Swartz, Bluffton, Joseph Sawyer, Bluffton; John Smith, and wife; Montpclier; Joe Piano, polisher, Bluffton; John Reed, battery: E, -first artillery, New Yoria; two uni-deoitified men and one unidentified woman.. (Continued on page APPOINTMENT IS CONFIRMED i merce. oelore the adjournment of the House for thte thev interfere with inter-state regarding holding an ot- ricial inquiry into the cause of the numerous accidents on. the system.) The premier before the debate pro- ceeded far rose and announced that Mr. Tait for family reasons iiad de- i to relinquish his post. Under agreement the engagement would have in any event terminated shortly out Mr. Tait was anxious to be re- leased at" the beginning of December. The leader of the government -and state railroad commission through t-he j his Percheron stallion and H. power of the legislature are void not''" only because confiscatory, but because com- at. -Catherines, Ont., Sept statue in memory of Laura flls supporters eulogized the work of tne neroine of Queenston Heights, is! Mr. Tait in the state and referred to len first on his Percheron mare. There was not much competition in the light horse classes, although a good many were entered in the army and saddle classes. W. H. Mclntyre had a good exhibit of mules. Cattle Shown There were more cattle exhibited this year than usual and although there was not much competition some o-f them were very fine. The Gallo- wayiand Herefords shown by'W- H. Mclntyre were especially taking Victoria, B. Sept. The first seventeen first prizes an-d eleven sec- tin i 01 VHc oCiiSOu w QICil ROBBERS WERE CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS ON THEM Bideford, N. S., Sept. of the four men who stole- S2.23S, the day's receipts at the Cumberland rnnnty bar, at near .here early today while walking along the railroad tracks. Fourteen hundred dollars of the money was found in their clothing. The men gave their names as John Morgan: .Jauieg Sliller and George M. King of the knowledge obtained in that school during his lay-offs from his i runs. He has thirty-one colonies of these little producers anil he inform- ed the Herald man.that he n 100 Ibs. of honey per year from colony. He s-howed the -.-'cribe the queen of one of the colonies, the only real queen he had ever before, and when he was told this irttie qoicen laid from two'to foJr thousand eggs per day during a season of six weeks he has been speculating upon the possibility of the egg .-sinews. Hero is a practical pointer for the pcOpif. Oi itiinareu pounds of honey thirty-one s ton and a half at 25 rer pound at yo'.ir door. All this goes on while Mr. G-ift is going on his run. The food of these intelligent insects is clover and nnwced _ blossoms They now completed and in position on the neignts ready for unveiling. It bears tae rollowing inscription: This monument has been erected by of Canada to Laura Secord, who saved her hus- e in the battle on tbese October 13, 1812 and who, risking her own life in carrying to captain Fitrgibbon the information by wnich he won the victory of Beaver mm, July 24, 1813." i rerre o opened Friday, is Chester Young, es anorthorns. There were a first class railway man- i aged eighteen, of this city. He vvas also some Jerseys and Polled Angus COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE IN THE EMPIRE British Chambers of Commerce Pass Resolutions Favorable to it Sept. Queens Own iiiiies Ji2.Ye not in th" ngnting manoeuvres but their march- ing is earning unstinted admiration. The Associated of Com- merce nave just pased a resolution in favor of the compulsory service of youtns tnrousnout the empire. ager. It is understood he will Canada and the press credit Sir Thomas Shaughnessy with the state- ment oi', "Tait should have never left us. -mere is a chair' waiting for mm." Mr. Tait is expected to return to Canada about Christmas. He was ..killed by a bullet irom the rifle t t f Colin Wood, aged twenty-two. Thej hogs and sheep were very j latter was brought to the city i relay although, like the cattle, there- Dorn in Melbourne, Quebec on July 24th. 1864, and is son of Sir Mel-bourne! Tait, cnief Justice of the Superior Court for the Province of Quebec." was by t-he provincial police and will be not enough competition. David Pryde held to await the decision of the cor- j tcok some prizes on grade hogs and oner's jury. j J. B. Ririe took fiv-e firsts 'on his pen of Berks. There were three pens of Ratnboullet and Shropshire sheep. The poultry exhibit was very good, there being several entries in each Chester Young was a former Lcth- ?c boy. his He was born here in father being Dominion wZ. -f- .Z. J- V T T FOUGHT DUEL PRESENCE Lands agent the land fice was in the old Kevin block oi- R-odpath street building now where the Southard IN OF WIVES i, Georgia 21 Tate and John ?.teV- chant, prominent men of this in the presence of their wi ves. tne presence ot" their wives. Both men were killed. now resides at Victoria. B. C, They visit-ed Lethbridge' last about a year ago. Chester.was on the staff o'f a bank at Victoria. class. The most entries were in the Orpington classes with the Leghorns second, probably. H. A. Jones took stands. His mother thirty-two firsts; taking, among oth- ers, the first on the best pen shown, and all the first on Buff, Black Orpingtons, John NEWCOME MEDICAL CASE IS ADJOURNED insp. J. P. has adjourned the Newcome m-edical case imtil Friday, ttept. 30th. All the evidence in the case was taken at Raymond last Sat- urday and Insp. West then reserved g MsA-decision until tomorrow., White and Johanson took most of the prizes on the Ply- mouth Rocks, in all, four firsts and five seconds. Sam Jones, of Let-h- bridgeC had a good display of Tvfin- crcas and Brown afid Black Leghorns. There wore also some fine turkeys, geesp and ducks. Mr. Ririe took sev- eral of the prizes on these fowls and W. Stone took first, on his gobbler (Continued on page 5) Archbishop GautMer is Promoted to Ottawa See Kingston, Ont, Sept. op Gauthier of the Kingston difacesa has been appointed to Su-c'ceed !Axca- bishop Duhamei as Archbishop of "Ot- tawa. The Papal bull making the.ap- poin'tment definite was received'--'at the archepiseopal palace, tliis. morning. Kingstonians will regret the removal on His Lordship to" the Metro- politan See but are greatly pleased at his advancement. iS EIGHTY-ONE, GOES TO COLLEGE. Racine, Wis., Sept. Amy D. Winship, widow of E. B. founder of the Winship Manufactur- ing company, of Racine, to-day enter- O-hio state university at Columbia, despite the fact that she is nearing the Slst anniversary of her -birth. BOY COMMITTED ON MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE. Gretna, Sept. Hiebert. 13 years old, has been committed for trial on the charge of having caused the death of Isaac Hiebert, who was found dead with a 'bullet wound in his head on September 4. The Mag- istrate agreed to admit prisoner' to bail to the amount of RECORD OF BROWNINGS IM STATE OF MAINE Portland, Sept. per- sons, an -but seven of them residents. of Maine, lost tbeir lives by -drowning in tie waters of this ccate during the summer just closed. Of this num- ber li> perished in June, 24 in July and IS in August. Most of the drown- ings were due to canoe, boat or bath- ing aocwents. ;