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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume-Hi. Lethbridge, Alta.j Friday, September PROTECTION IS ONLY Reciprocal Preferentia Trade Within the Empire i PASS RESOLUTIONS Canadian Manufacturers Conclude Sessions at Vancouver Vancouver, B. C., Sept. The 1910 Convention of the Canadian Manufacturers' concluded today with but one session lasting five hours. .Following the annual banquet tonight the delegates go "to .Victoria where during- -Friday and Saturday .they will be; the: guests of. the Provincial The; important compan- ies, acts, insurance and trade policy "passed as follows: there -appears '.to, be un- certainty as to -whether .charters 'ot manufacturing companies should be issued b y J'the Federal Go vernment "at Ottawa, or- the provincial -governments of provinces.. Also that uncertainty exists- as to the extent of granted by the provinces and the- 'Dpmmion respectively to such and various vexatious restrictions and" conditions are at present imposed upon, the ex- ercise of the "-jowers of the companies' wider charters both Dominion and Provincial, Resolved, that the atten- tion of the federal and the provincial governments be '-drawn to the unsat- isfactory state pf'the present law and "that a recommendation be made that 'steps should be taken to place the ad ministration the law so'V-eruing the incprp oration -and control of com- the whole Domin- -a and1 reason- WILL YET SOW WINTER WHEAT L. H. Jelllff, of Spring Coulw.'told tfle Herald today, that to put seven hundred wheat this, how.-late it was safe to sow fall -wtoeat h4e stated that one year he, had put. in iieed in ovember and; the next. year ht got a crop of 50 bushels to the acre. Speak- ing of this year's yield, he said that tne greater part of his fall wheat went 27 bushels to the acre. CANCELLED LICENSE OF CLARESHOLM HOTELi At a meeting of the Provincial ..board of license commissioners at Macleod s morning the- license of Charles tfgner, of the Alberta, Hotel, Clares- hoim, was cancelled. The reason siven by the board was, the''unsatis- factory condition of the -hotel. CHAVES FLEW ACROSS THE ALPS Prussian Aviator Accomp- lishes the Daring Feat INJURED ON LANDING Number ;24fl ARMY OF FIFTY THOUSAND Wellington, New Zealand, Ward in- a -defence amend- also' the lines of report pro- si force of fifty taouJMijii, m'en, at an annual cofrt.r hundred thou- sand jpdunds. The. bill was Tavorably received.. REAL ROMANCE IN EDMONTON SOCIETY Tried to Win the Twenty Thousand Dollar Prize Daughter of a Prominent Citizen Marries Against Consent of-Parents Kdinonton, Sept mance in. Edmonton's four. real hundred Domodosola, Sept. To George Chaves, the Prussian aviator, belongs- the honor pf being the first to fly across the .Alps.- The daring feat was accomplished today in, an. to Avin the prize of offered -by, tie' J Italian Aviation Society of Milan fbt ;a flight from 'Brig, Switzerland, to Milan. however, was unable -to complete the- trip, having sustain- ed painful injuries' when -he alighted here. As the airman was seen to bej slow- ly descending, great crowds gathered! .Slowly and gracefully- he near the surface and was only about feet -above the ground, 61 ITALIAN CONSUj. LOOKING UP THE LYNCHING AFFAIR Tampa, -Florida, Sept. Sayarez, who has been inves lynching of two of his .Catango Piccarota and Ahgelo-Alfaano; in West Tampa Tues- day night? following the''arrest on a charge; of. implicated in the J. F. said to- day he; has! so far been unable to es- tablish ci-tizenship of the two men. that Pic- -a registered voter, while Resolutions1, this reso- ______ will be handed dowii; by courts during the -com- ing -year-and" having regard also to 'the: growing importance of the ques- tion of the legality of the various in- surance associations and that this be an' instruction in the parliament- and insurance committee and to take such steps .and secure, such "in formation as Trill enable either or both of these committees to repor to-the executive'council as to the de- sirability and feasibility of bringing 'question of the-legality of. the .'insurance associations to final Imperial Preference Imperial. preference was thus dealt with.- "Resolved, that the represents tivcs for- the Dominion of Canada at the forthcoming colonial conference be requested, to urge the desirability of taking immediate, reciprocal laid -bare today -when the- fact wind caught- and the "ma- was made public Annie chl.Qe.: It fell heavily, the ,5 fainted on sMMWEVttl POTlTiPTO CAYNOR Police Commissioner Says He Was Obeying Orders "I am strictly RUSH STARTS FROlSTAHS No Decision Reached Yet by the Govern- ment Portal, rwb of immigrants and land the states has commenced early, owing-to the poor crops in Dakota; causing a 'short harvest and threshing-, seasoi. T-wenty-three carloads of- ef- tects were entered at this; port Thurs- day, .and the passenger traffic was very heavy, necessitating-JXTO. 5 being riin in two heavy laden- sections.1 I. have receiver from my Mayor Gaynor. ,of; question- i t i4Cil4 LJIl fiUiJ.OJUJj.Si C'ilt7-l u, t in -the firm of Ma-cDougall Secord; j ground and was bleeding "'profusely1 it is- due to r-dmonton, had- 'been.; AT-j-when released- -from the fh" tmir B. ChiiUcott, oh j The machine was ruined. the 9th of February; 'last.- .The '-news created quite a sensation -in 'the' -city afternoon Injuries are' Serious ;sy the -fact; obeying orders from the "Give the :plain' clothes Domodossala, .Sept. injuries proved ,tb more IS VERY POPULAR Saskatchewan Man Likely to Succeed Governor Forget no de- cision, has. yet-been reached by. .the government as to.the .successor to the position pf Lieutenant-G-overiior of Al berta, general" opinion that Hon. H." V.. Bulyea-, ,.the present I.ieu- ;enaat-Gbvern'pr '.will; be or Eul- rea much- popularity bv the which ..he has performed his duties, and'it'as "belic-.-ed ibat the precedent set by the- rc-appDintiiwit of Honv A. E., Forget, as Lieutenant Governor of-Saskatchewan nve ago, can be -safely -followed in "this case. As: to the FRENCH CROPS A; BIG DECREASE "Paris, Sept. "government crop estimate'for the'year, issued'to- day. Wheat bushels, against bushels in 1909 bushels against S94.1ast year.. Market'experts figure that France will be compelled 'to iin- port bushels--of" wheat, to meet the home deficit. of nothing a'-; vt-t has been decided. There .ire ir-any asnr- ants, the. that a Saskatchewan man-will .wjn Forget.. USEDJi CP.R. Brakeman-is Held On a S eous Wife of British Official AT LOGGlRis World and iff Made 'By with attempting to cbJorbform 'a .lady, on Q.P1R. train on; last, -P.atrickv today.; trial; Z- man at the-Royal Police The- -victim -with- her --husband, k- Mr SHOT A GIRL AND THEN SUICIDED IN THE CELL from cording: to -the. .proseWtidn; .cuping a 'berth" by teispt---to somewhere- between" Medicine. Toronto, World' "ana "'Giving the Ulobe. have locked''" horns' :ini a' auel.on the a sensation ______ ing the World came with 'at-' tack on -the. Globe-stating :sight-Qf advocacy of reciprocity -it C paid evangelist of'a "United States of The Sept hour af-j that Taft 'and'.' aroused'.her nilssioner .to- -the rep-Jy- be .madelto the Jury the evi, that steps to preferential trade yithin the believing tha-t .thereby bonds of Union will be strengthened .and the British Empire largely freed. from dependence of for- eign countries for food and other sup- plies.. Trade "fvlth Australia Regarding trade with Australia, vas adopted, "Whereas, it is probable that changes may be made before long in the tarifi to Australia, re- solved that in interests of this association a special effort should be made by our government to arrange for. an interchange of commodities be- .Iween Canada and Australia on a preferential basis of customs duties." Rowley's Thanks President Rowhy, Ottawa, in re- rfcurning thanks for honor of election said- in part, "My duty and my re- sponsibility to you are 'clear and are ;well understood, by me.. You also, everyone of "you, and every committee yours "and -every individual member of the. Canadian. Manufacturers' Asso- ciatioruhavie duties to perform to the and !tb me personally ,-while I 'remain your president. For although your selection of me as your president puts me under a debt of gratitude to you for the honor and ,the compliment paid my -work not be effective unless you help me heartily and aid me greatly. You can do and I shall expect you is not the time nor the to forecast the future or to de- WOULD SELL OlM TO COME TO CANADA T. Underwood Tells oi Conditions in die Old Country T. Underwood, formerly proprietor of'the Grassy Lake Hotel, has just The" proceedings before7'the; auiTv were, ..se- cret, and; no report of-them could "be ODtainect, bat .they "Were fully- dis cussed freely: in police last nignt. are..one .of the most..prominent-fam-j-serious- at -first Hies in. .The fact "of the tlie hospital to which he was .removed. iiakeiu place was Ith? Physicians found that. both' oPthe' W6rt 'that' -'the WS! marriage-has beenrJiept hscses- Thff bride's fatally are airman, however, is not "i: opposed'- to the still opposed to the matci is'.under- stood if she left the. .parenfiat home she would h3.ve no share in ,'he'r fa- tner's lortune. she "preferred love in a cottage to luxury with-out her hus-band is evidenced" by'the fact that late this afternoon she left heir fa- ther's house and met her husband. The two crossed tne river to Strath- cona where they are registered at one of the hotels. They are early in the morning tor Vancouver Mr. Chilli-cott has a good position and a home ready for his bride. Off to the Coast Strathcona, Sept. ra- dxantly happy, Mr. and Mrs. Ghillicott, men and I' will clean the city." ae had been arrested and'confined Jin" touch with the office "and I in the -county .jafi .for shooting the Globe- j hai happened. WOma-n irionHtT. Tin-un- nf-f tn fhn "V I husbanri -ftx young woman, Jmown, P. w. i, wjiose identity is un-Uow off to the baiided if he cannot ;geC their'1'opin.-J Tne Mich., committed laTorable -fto ario-inn- i_ _i______; ,'-.-y.'; with'-clorofOFm" r'r7 :to be. from suicide by hanging ''himself- in the j other name commercial her father's money had rected the spirits or the s ail smiles when she boarded th train on the way to the coast with her hus'banfl. not af- j says mey a Qne she j giad to .back TWO BROTHERS SENTENCED Newcastle, N. B., Sept. iony and Basil Vantour, brothers have been sentenced to five years in the peniterpary on the charge theft from a store in Rogersville. CHINESE ARE fine a policy, but I am to be permit- to say to yon gentlemen that fully conscious of the capability of those who have pratfrdcd me in the chair of this association you may be sure that it will be my endeavor to Vancouver, Sept. Fos- ter, a special officer of the Depart- ment of Jus-tine, Ottawa, is here in- vestigating the alleged frauds on the Dominion government by the Chinese whereby the head tax of is evari. ed. It is stated that passages are secured in Hong Kong from 'merch- ants or two which are exempt, from the tax'...These pass- ages secured in the names of respon- sible Chinese are resold to celestials wishing to. Canada. Thirty Chinese who arrived here Saturday he is Business con- ditions in Great Britain he would -de- scribe as only fair and says there are hundreds of business men if they could only find purchasers for their businesses would sell out and come to Canada. Many are doing so and Fort Wayne, Ind., Sept in- gun aid nring at ffie gin; who li'ii WANT sp ISHSTS Trades and Labor Council Received Report-Elect- ed Vice-President At the Trades and Labor Council last night C. Brooks, of the Carpen- ters, was elected vice-president the remainder "of .the-term of F. for C. time, when all Canadian manufactur-j .have- tes-t-rSed- -on- ers and pa-triots shou'hi- The Toronto s tection. u-'m t v two en more are in .process of preparation, i Bearing, today the magistrate- Of course, this work is more' nr :iossj 'that-in. view, of. evidence giyiijn... of a missionary nature yet arid Ze- commit the, prisoner" Xfbr trial. Bail, was asked" for in the sum of which has not5 been raised. The defence is dertaken. by-.J. F, Frame vestlgation by the Wells County Grand Campbell, resigned. He received to'VO15- monetary' contribution is where Union is Strength.; not without faith, -that o-ir iriencls .who see eye to eye who even in a small der instructions a policy of protection, -will- show their of Locomotive Trainmen Of which appreciation- in a tnis campaign seems worthy: of: sup-- emigration from -the Mes and return ing tourists all -the Atlantic liners are crowded. Berths can only with dif ricuity be obtained, in order to get back to Canada and the states scores of people who went over first class are being compelled to travel third He booked his and his family's passage in July and only got a fterth after three weeks' waiting and then only secured a cabin that was given up :by another family that ,had .book- ed it. Otherwise he would riot have Been ab-ie to set .back until the mid- dle of next month. Some "of .tne C. P. K. -boats are 'booked up six months anead, wJiile on most other .boats both to Canada and the States, every boat up to the end of November, is Jury of the -cause of the colUsion be-1 t'ian double the number of votes re- tween two cars on the Ft Wayne and ceived his..nearest competitor. wabash Vailey ti-aotion line at Kin-s-l were vestP-rtav it, -w i, i Jr thc two other nominations. Delegate m which forty-one Adams, of the Hddcarricrs, was elect s lost their lives will be .begun! ed to the position of Sergeant-at- nest Monday. A- special session of Arms rendered vacantly the election the Grand Jury was ordered late to- of Brooks to the' vice-chair, day by Judge White. Donald council's delft- -Acco-rdlng to a pubJic statement of I sate to the Dominion' Trades Con- traction company, the officials of the i .sibllity for the wreck is with Motor- will -be appreciated and gra'tefully. ac- insowi-edged. It is not for us" to-placa a figure on the value of what-we are doing: we are quite ready to leave .it with our friends. not-a- that some of our' good friends win contribute one thousand dollars in support of this cause. X ciet consisted' of eighteen company will testify-that -the resoon shects of foolscap and was ordered' an.d circulated- among the un-j lon men Ol thc Jt was teamed faithfully. W. H. GREENWOOD, Managing "He directly disobeyed the order and attempted to make .the next siding. According to cur rules, if an extra car cannot make a siding five minutes a car in tlie ether di- rection is due to pass, Uie extra must wait even u" it loses fifteen minutes." -who was seriously injured, regained consciousness today and an effort to obtain a statement from him will be made tomorrow. emulate all the good examples and on the Empress of China, are held carry on wisely the work so well pending the investigation. It is be- begun and steadily carried on in the (Moved that a ring will- be disclosed Canadian Manufacturers' Association j by the inquiries. for nearly forty "years past." There was a' long discussion on ihn question of increasin the dues of the Eventually a radical amendment was -lost in favor of one proposing a small increase. After some discussion as to whether it would be 'advisable to put the profits THE YELLOW MAIL London, Eng., Sept refer- ence to Canadian-United States reci- procity, the Mail says: "The British free traders are doing their utmost to bring it about more from ignorance from the paper, "Industrial and fanaticism tb-ari malice, but it is in the service executive com- time tbey recognized ihe pos- (Continued- on page sible consequences of their felly. One of the most amusing things Mr. Underwood -witnessed during his whole trip was in Montreal the other day. He -was- walking down a street a big automobile dashed up, topped and a big black fellow jumped out and marched into a. men's fur- nishing store. Where the people all came from he doesn't know but in less .time than it takes to tell, a crowd of mroe or lour thousand had assem- bled and tne cars and other street trartic was quickly blocked. Neither aoes he know bow much the store paid' for Jack Johnson's visit -but it was quickly packed. The cheers the crowd gave him when he came out rivalled tne reception Ex-President Kooseveit when he landed Da-ck in tne summer at the Battery,