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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                The Lethbridge Daily Herald DECEMBER 1903 SHARPE THE FANATIC IS INJURED Who Caused the Trouble Leader In a Riot Kansas the of the City Hall a in which religious fnatics and the po lice resulted this after in the death of one the bliil injury of four and the severe injury to two The policc m Totally Ptlie1 lieutenant John a known as Adam Michael policeman Lola a girl 16 years Se verely policeman probation The trouble occurred while the streets were crowded with While the fight was in progress the partici pants traversed an Probation Officer of the Juv enile today wontto Fifth and Main to iiivestigate of al leged Near that corner he met who was exhorting a With were a woman n imed Selzer and five rang ing in age from three to fourteen Holt did not like flie manner in which the woman attempted to get money contributions from the e and lie dfciided that she and her male companion were not proper persons to have the custody of young The woman announced that she and Adun God would con duct services at Poormaus Mission whereupon she and hercom jtalions started towards the Oilicer Holt then enquired as to the of the The wo eplied that the officer had bet ter aUnwl to his own The ofiicer persevered in his and Adam who wears long white bjard and struck him a heavy bow eir with a in ugly Holt was not r start for the police aon for As Holt moved away the preacher tried to shoot but the cartridge failed to At tho police station Policemen Dab low Harry were ordered to arrest and his Sharpe and his companions were within fifty yards of tho police sta tion when the fnie served notic on all that they would preach right under the eys of the polic and the police cannot prevent The offi frs did expect serious and were not prepared for the volley of bullets which met them almost the a bullet passed through Stogas r hearing tlu rushed ilto tho and A general light Tho officers refrained from shooting for fear of endangering the lives of who had CITY AND DISTRICT Two officers of tba Chinese Moral Reform Association have been iu the city for some days and have inter ested in the prosecution ol the Chi name i f tin city for gamb Bailiff Waldiiii served with the notice ol tho protist his duel ion this af ternocn jufct ts tluhitler gentleman was leaving on ilie local for The bailifl diused around tho city hunting and nttight him just in the niik of time as lha train Jaincs was committed for trial at ilediciucHat by Inspector Parker yesterday on i charge of wil fully pqiKOQiuK a tho property of tho Mounter Police Frank Blddel the othor party was re inandetl until u graduate of the On tario College of who has been assisting in the Alberta Drug Book at came to this city last night to assist iu store ROOSEVELTS LAST MESSAGE TO UNITED STATES CONGRESS In a Fearless Way He With Such Serious Problems As Labor and Corporations Also Makes Important Reference To Preservation Of National Resources in bis annual inwisuige to Congress deliver er President Roosevelt deals with numerous subjects among them the courts and conservation of na tural inland foreign ocean mail the Phil the army and the The message i m Pait Corporations follows ELDER CROZIER GOT SEVEN YEARS and Creoizier pleaded guilty when arraigned itefore Judge Magee at As sizes lie re today for second trial on charges of counterfeiting and were the father to seven years in Kingston Penitentiary and the son As regards groat corporations in interstate business and especially the I can only repeat what I have already again ind again in my message to Con I believe that under the inter state clause of United States has complete and par amount rihgt to control all agencies of intersiau and I be lieve that the national government can exercise this right with anil effectiveness so as botl of tin iutrrsiate commerce commis H is eery earnestly to wished that our people through their repre sentatives should act in this matter i is to ray whether most igr to tho country at would omi from entire on tho part the public to supervise and control the actions of the r from the exercise of the necessary governmental power in a way which would do injustice and wrong to tho to one year in Central STREET CARS FOR NELSON there are CT set you wliicli I hope that our will and more keep in Very much of this movement must be of anything tliat can be by but iiatioji can Jo a groat I 1ostil savings banks will make i easy for the poorest to keep thei s ivings in absolute The reg ulation of Hie national highways mus be tliat they shall serve peopl i with oquul Corporate financ 1 believe that the more fursight1 must supervised so as to make d are themselves far safer than at present for the ing to recognize the unwisdom of the man of means to his violent hostility they have displayed j There must be pro tluring the last few to regula1 hibition of child regulation of lion aid control by national govj of hours of engaged in an inj all mechanical sujck watering terstate The is that j should be and stock gam we who believe in this movement of j rto far J1S dUcour assfrtinp and exercisinf a genuine Tilere SUOllici a progressive inheritance tax on large In dustrial education should be encour TV CITY AND DiSTRCT the warden who was slashed iu the prison at New Vesljiiinster is well known this He was staffser vant in the Mounted Police force ind was stationed at Coutts for sortie Underwood with his wife and family returned from England last accompanied by Miss who will reside with her brother Underwood says it is a pleasure to return to Southern where the weather is fine and everybody is busy and There was row ul the Arlington Elotel last night and Silliker ran in a bunch of fistic and another who resisted his efforts to arrest tho Palmer and llernhardt got soaked 5 and costs for their share in the The other four are out on bail and win come up later for the magis trutos opinion of their A rrmde a great holler about losiiifj 1 scarf pin in Otts bar ber shop last Constable tiggested that he search his own pock He toot tiie advice nnct recover ed IMPOSED FINE Guilty Of Im fraction Of Grain Act BULGARIA WILL PUT UP BIG SUM control in the public inurest over these great corpora have to contend against two sets of to secure justice from and to do though opposed to the great corporations which one are reaUy allies in pr are the most important factors in venting a propcr solution of the prob believc that There are the big corpor to attempt to at ion men and the Individ prohibit all combinations as is done j ualLsts among business who modern I is worse than folly above is iie merest kelson street cars will running again early next A local Syndicate offered Mayor Taylor today to operate the line if given free power from the citys power plant at Bonninjrton Thu details will be at the councils meeting next and tho iimv proposition will be vot ed upon at the municipal elections in It is practically certain the cleul will go the oficers stepped into The with pro GET PREACHERS IN CANADA riv Imy appeared on was kilkd in Anglican chur ches in Canada should no longer aug their clerical supply from Great Britain was the opinion expressed by the Bishop of Ottawa at a conference of the Anglican church here yesterday lle said the time hml arrived e Anglican church ought to be able to provide a sufficient number of cler gymen from among Canadians and no longer go to old partic in view of the fact that in England there is a falling off in sup It was unfair to mother country to drain her by the Sherman AntiTrust be cause such a lay can only be enforced imperfectly and and its enforcement works almost as much hardship as I strongly advo cate that instead of an unwise at tempt to prohibit all there shall be substituted a law which shall expressly permit combin ations which are in the interest of thi but shall at the same time give to some agency of the na ijufial government full power of con trol and supervision over One of the chief features of this control should be securing entire publicity in all matters which the public has d right to know and the not by but by oxecutivi to prevent or put a stop to every form of improper fa voritism or other wrong The Railways The railways of the country slumlt be put completely under th inter state commerce commission and re moved from the domain A the anti trust The power of the commis sion should be made thorough so thai it could exercise complete supervision and control over the is of as well as over the raisins and lowering of As genuinely believe in utterly unreguJ ated business that is in the reign of utocracy and second the men who being bound to economic movements jf the believe in movement of repression rather than regulation of corporations and who denounce both the power of the railroads and the exercise of the federal power which alone can really control the Evans Elected In Winnipeg Sanford Ev was yesterday elected mayor Winnipeg for 1909 by a majority of come into the street was over after shot the hire was shot in tle back as hur ried into the station for rein In tii meanwhile a riot cull brought polio Mnen from all di Thoroughly the officers closed in on When the firing cease 1 he lay fatally The woman and children Fifty policemen followtvl and found that th woman bad bar herself in t Stand inp on tlie boat with a sho Come yuii Tho wns only a few feet from the bank of the and several offi cers dashed towsuds The pocv j fired a volley at thr escaping woman j in a On shot stnick Loin She cannot it i The woman thon Patrolman Muljone of the hardest fought battles in tlio history of municipal politics in this Sic Arthur nnd Harvey are controllers elect and Waugh heads the The aldermenelect ive in one Edward in two in throe m four Wil for the one year term in tivo for the two year term in and McLean in In ward three Duncan Sinclair was reelected ns in Manitoba last mer and ent Ted was turned but A Way To Stop Bribery tho opening session of tho Moral Socinl Re form Council of Cunndti held here yos terday when a large number of lead ing churchmen were Archbi roirards at the powfr The power investigate the financial operations and accounts of tho railways has been 0110 of the most valuable features in Power to make combinations and traffic agreement should be explicitly conferred upon the permission of the commission being first gained and tho combination or agreement being pub lished in all its In UKinterests of tbo tho representatives of tho public should have1 complete power to aoe that rail roads do thoir duty by public and as a matter of course this power should also be exercised so as to that no injustice is dono to tru1 Tho thc om ployees and thc shippers all have in terests that must be It is to the interests of all of thorn that no swindling stock speculation should bo and that there should bo no improper issuance of for tho succopsful building and sue maviapcinent of should amplo ronuimration hut man should bo allowed to make money in connection with rail out of fraudulent overcapital ization and kindnd stock gambling thoro must bo no de frauding of oppression of Wo do not object to tho concen tration of wealth and administration but we dobelieve in the distribution of the wealthy profits to the real owners and in securingto the pub lio tho full benefit of thovc on centra t ed We with concentra tion in administration there can cume the advantage of a larger owner ship and of a more equitable distri bution of profits and the same time a better service to the common Wo believe that the adminis tration should be for the benefit of the many and that greed and rascal practised on a large scale should be punished as relentlessly as if prac ticd a small We do not for a moment believe problem will ba solved in any short and easy The so lution will come only by pressing various concurrent Some of these remedies must lie outside the domain of all Bu there is legislation which the fodera crovernment alone can enactanc which is absolutely vital order t hardly even a sketch in outlines of tho reforms for which we should But there is one mattor with which the Congress should deal at this sos Thoro should no longer be am paltering with the question of tak ing care of the wage who under our present industrial system or worn on part of the regular incidents of given The majority o wage workers must have their rights for thorn by State but tho National Governmentshould leg islate in farreaching j not only for all employees of the National but for all interstate corn Temps this af ternoon publishes a despatch from its Servia correspondent saying that Bui has notified the powers of her willingness to indemnify Turkey in the sum of for the dam agcs sustained by the Bulgarian dec laration of CASTRO IS IN SPAIN persons engaged in The objects should and could ichhved to a measureable degree as those killed or crippled are by proper employers lia bility f renew my recommendation thii he principle of the eighthour day should as rapidly and as far as pos sible be extended to the entire work secure the attainment of our pur Regulation by Saa French steamer with Pre sident Castro of on en me in here It was learned after his arrival that President will continue on board the t earner to Bordeaux and from there he will travel overland to resident Castro has come to Europe vith of Venc cuelas The health of the President is i the Canadian Pacific Railway Com represented by their local ag appeared before Inspector at Stavely to answer to a charge of having allotted to Joseph Hagerman of Stavely a car to ship his grain out of his turn on the car order contrary to the provisions of tne Manitoba Grain Act of Patterson of Lougheed Bennett appeared for defendants and pleaded not guil The evidence of the station agent at showed that he allotted a car to Joseph Ha german for the purpose cf shipping grain to and that this allotment clid not appear the cur order The by sum produced his written order from a official in in which the writer states that the Ma nitoba Grain does not apply to points in British and such cars need not be shown on the car order Nor do they interfere with the orders the applicant may have on the order book for loading for Eastern The car order book being was shown that car allotment ceceived a car to load en and allotment 90 was giveri a car on and that there was no carried on by the The Courts and I most earnestly urge upon Con grws the duty of increasing the total ly inadequate salaries now given to our On the there is no body of public servants who do as work nor whose money d reward is so inadequate compar ed to their Beginning with the1 Supreme Court judges shoulc have their salaries It is earnestly to be desired that rome method should be devised fo doing away with thelong delay which now obtain in tho administra tion of justice and oporat with peculiar severity against per sons of small me very criminals whom it is most desir There able to These long delays in should be regulation by the national j the fimil decisionsof cases in HILL TO BUILD FINE NEW BLOCK record of cars supplied to ship grain either east or west between these two A copy of a way bill jivas then pro which showed that car 12270 was shipped by the Claresholm drain and Lumber on this being the car the station agent had placed to Hag errnarTs order for loading and had been so placed for him on the distinct understanding that it was to be loaded for points west of Calgary Hagerman being called stated that he had applied for a car to load grain to be shipped to hav ing heard that he could ship his grain west but not He received car and loaded it at the Claresholm Grain and Lumber elevator at Stave The number of the car so receiv ed was He did not sign the car order book for this nor did he ever authorize anyone to do so for Hill is to build a brick block on the site of his store on Kcdnath It was Hills intention start the erection of the back part this fall but he was unable to get the He placed an order for the brick and the work will commence in the early Hill will was given k car on aiiotinent His name was already upon the car order book in the regular way his allotment number being and cupy the whole block for his Chinamen In Police Court order on The number of this car was The station ag ent told him that car 42270 was for western shipment fl hon stated that The case against a or so Chi and favor th muucn of being inmates of nj hc signed the car order His al government of the groat interstate including a simple met hor of publici supervision of the of secur abolition of rebates and of spe cial Tin re should bo shorttime fran chises for fill corporations engaged in public ildmHng the cor which got power from wa ter There should national jus woll as state guardianship of min and Tho labor legislation hereinafter referred to should con currently maclod into To accomplish this of the aggregate a crying and a remedy should be Much of this intolerable delav is due to im proper regard paid to which are mere hindrances to jus In noted recent cases this over regaro for technicalities has resulted in a striking denial of jus tice nnd fly grant wrong to the body At the last elections certain lead ers of organised labor made a violent and sweeping attack upon the entire judiciary of the an attack couched in suel tTmv as to include the most honest and broad minded judges no loss than those of minds and more restricted the central Ft was the kind of attack disorderly to the block on Ford where the xvhite Dora Milestcin was occupied the attention of thc police court all day last and for an lotment was 113 and he received his car on Patterson for the defence pro duced a letter from Charles Cas warehouse commissioner at Win hour 1his The time was j tha magistrate to taken up by a long cross examinaj decide that it was upon thc authority tion of tho girl by coun sel for the who tried to dis credit In her story the of the letter that the car was shipped out of its He also held that it should be the station girl accounted for only fifteen months npent nnd not the company that should bo holdresponsible for this violation of tho Grain The magistrate reserved his decis of tho four years since she ran away from home with a Sev eral Chinamen were witnesses last After Harris nnd Chief j jon untu the fith on the first As for the he said he held that by the cadence produc had argued thoir casps this morning Magistrate reserved his judg a certain increase in the use not the creation tho powor by alr ady exists it dMs not have to admirably fitted to prevent any suc le The oily question i whether it be used or left idl until after the Geo had ed the individual agent in this case had boon acting under the direct in structions of his Hop Substitutes In England r and convicted the ot bill an infraction of the Manitoba Grain shop primate of nil Can i It was the rjphts and needs of the eniploy the various provincial councils should Tn addition to tho interests TELEGRAPHIC arlopt constitutions similar to the of the employees H i rumond Iliat Sir Monlapu j f the Dominion and of the shippers should all V of may succeed Lord I the lino ot politicxl as one as Canadian Hih Com To give any one of them undue senting the Baptist denomination said j and improper consideration is to do i that though the only way to stop po injustice to the Rates must attempt to reform abuses of thc nsc of in matiufacj act as set out In the He iutliciarv because it gave the hivr in lhc ordered the defendant company to pay House of Commons today by Chancel fine of with on or be lor of tho Llovd fore over wliich the power ought to be eagerly desired opportunity to Vl tho and business men who imanwhile tho conjeratiois j champions of the unjust judge ship freight or callous disregard of exorcised will not remain The at jowfllt to American democracy Hojf not the least in llio concentration of administration power in the res ponsibility and accountable It lies in having the power sufficient Iv that no ono can their cround into shitt a championship of has litical bribery wjxs discnfranchisfi bv made as as is compatible with hoM responsible tt tbo pooplo for just who wen1 unjustly assail Last year before the House Coinj miitte on same labor thrir lft spociiyiip the bill contin rifusint all lor of tho Lloyd This which the tarifl reformers hail as a o j read for the first In additiom to stopping tho use of hop substi it prohibits tho importation of j hops cxropt in bacs stntinp thoy wishod tho principlo of mnnnger of thn Canadian Uank of Commerce at For1 ilKUvidnnls ns has trans rred to Winnipeg Kire Chief of has aged resident ot committed for prosecutions instead of j ployeosof railroads from the high cnpo r Labor There are many matttrs affecting want lr30 that tho GOING TO PRINCE Cio fornior Conservative momber of Iarliamont for Wost defeat is ed in tho recent and George for to est to the lowest and proper returns to the but they must worker t not for instance be reduced in such fashion as to necessitate a cut in the wnces of employees or the atxljits is not now This ition of the proper nnH legitimate of honest Tcitphonc and Telegraph Telegraph and telephone compan ies engaged in interstato business should be put under the jurisdiction STRIKES AT i ska liirhlv imrvorlftiil strike new vein is eight inohep The Flynn now called the Pon has uncovered a new vein on Iraw your but ripht to onrry m business should not j ho witb throo to twfclvt ive discussion of the problem in all as a property nndjincWs o wjth nntive in i second provision their bill made will grt rlogo 1o 50n tiiat bill or They insisted j upon a provision that in a lalxr disj pnte no injunction should bo issued and the status of wage j protect a property which I should like specifically provided that the On 2 Joseph Hagermon was convicted of loading a car out of his contrary to the provisions of 133 of the Manitoba Grain He was ordered to pay a fine of and ELECTRIC BELLS AT Railway Com mission has Kued an order for daily inspoction ol ricctnc Dells at all railway ul in a labor dispute any act or ami moreover under our form of b 5wo or more the solution of the problem i that would not have been depends upon the action of ihe states j unlawful if done by a single w I t i 3 as nnioh a upon tho action of tho there are cer In othor wonls Continued this bill logaiizod Page Chamber of by a vote of 330 to 20L docidod in favor of continuing tho death penalty in It is said will be offered the Conserva tivo nomination in With one poll to hear from Hon Caiders majority in Saltconts is Fire destroyed the bakery of John Allen at Teighteny lost his   

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