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   Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta                                VOLUME VI. TEX PAGKS Alberta. Thursday, September li, I'UICK FIVE OKXTS Number 230 I1L LEGAL HOT Will Besist Effort of York Authorities to Take Him JS .UXIJEK ARREST Charged with Conspiracy in ,'Corinection with 1'heapc from Asylum SORE ON CANADA Jerome and Kennedy arc Still Denouncing Sly Deportation Colotrook, H.H., Sept. X, Thiw, thrown out o! the- Dominion of yesterday, and arreaUd uur here after' a fifty-nillo flight la an autonioblle, arose late this mom- ing, after spending "the night In hotel room under guard. Law- ycra tip until a Ute hour, layinj- plans to resist ertradttlon to KOTI' York. In another part of tbo bolel, William Trarers Jerome, dep- uilzcd.br the state to get the fupj- tive fcacfc lo .Matteawsn, coaferred TFith Thaw's most recent captor, Sher- Iff Hoieman over tho court pro to be followed today. fcy Deputy '.Attorney-General Franklin Kennedy, Ynrt; reached iMt Dhjht a apocUi train..' fJrayinorily detained. Thaw was Bubseqyectljr arrcntod a. complaint charging.him with conspiracy in con- Irom the asy- lum, and It was upon this eharjjft that he" was to'be smljaed today before Justice J ara.w .TVjCarr j n police wur t. New, .prepared to ask that liejte remanded peadf the receipt cl'fc requisition warruit The Thaw lawyers', yesterday toolc preliminary steps to swear out a'vrrH of habeas" corput prisoner's be- It was said Ibis morning might not pressttble further, uid lliat HVe the counsel who tiled to keep Thaw In Sharbrooke Jail, they considered, their client-safer .a, prisoner tban at might-..be tBO.lzod-.ty Johii'Lap- (a private deteoliTo, who ling been working with Jeroms and hustled across the New York slate line as a lunatic. Lanyon wtg due to nriivo hero today. Still Sore on Cinada Both Messrs. Jerome and Kennedy were Indignant at the action oE tho "Cenadtan authorities .who put Thaw over tho border yesterday. "It was contemptible apfl covrarii- ''If those who put Thaw acrosi the line tho-jght they wefie glylBg.blm an even break in sctlujig- him'  fr. Buctaall loU of some of'the Savcnnah, Ga., Sepi. t'noucand dollars in transit from the Chase National cf New York to the Savannah Cark and Trust Co., Was sto'en from a port- able cafe on an Atlantic Coast Line train bstvveen Jersey City nrrived yesterday morning. Its and Savannah. It should have toss became known today. SNATCHED SATCHEL CONTAIN- ING' IN CURRENCY AND IN CHEQUES Chicago, Sept. daring robbers today secured 3 satchel containing In currency and In cheques from Warring, ton McAvoy, eighteen years old, a messenger of the Garfleld Park State Savings Bank, and escaped by driving away in an automobile. The robbery occurred on the side- walk in front of the bank. REGULARLY IMPEACHED WILLIAM J. GAYNOR Who Died Su'tHenly on ihe Steamer Baltic Enroule lo Europe ROAD HARVEST NEARLY OVER Prioce Albert. Sept weather contfnues grand for (he clos- Mcflicine Hal, Sept. While driving to Irvine yester- day, P. H. XelEoa discovered the body of John'Felt, home- Tangible Evidence That Threshing is Pro- gressing in South Kingston. N.Y., Sept. tice UaBbrouek, of the Su- lireine ('oun of the state, to- duv, saiil that Governor Sulzer regularly hopeachfd, and white- auaftliiR Impeacliinent trial, was Oi vested of the right lo c-uTeiss his executive TUDC- tioiia, iiicluOing the power to PAID LIFE'S 11 Juo. Kenny Passes Away at Victoria from the Meets of Paralysis ot new grain for today, indicate tie that Victoria, B. C., Sept. 10. John Kenny, former inspector oi customs for the proviccc ol Alberta, died 10 day alter a protracttd illnpss. He suEelcd Ms 'fifth paralytic stroke. NTo horts have been enter tair.cd for his Recovery sicce c-ariy in A ugust. Krnn Loft Home Ono Ago in Search of Eealth RETURNS A CORPSE Never Been Well Since' Would-be Assassin Shot Him WAS A CANDIDATE Had Accepted Nomina- tion of Independent Forces for Mayor :j for years collector.of e LoinbriigeTort-'ol I.ethlridge" bid-timer'; New York, Sept. Gaynor died on the tteamer Baltic En mid-ocean on Wednesday noan, according to a cable receiv- ed today from ftufus W, Gaynor, his son. of his death was received hers in a message sent by wire- less and cable to Robert Adamson, Ms secretary, by Rirfus W. Gay- nor, his son, who sailed with him. The message reads as follows: died 'Wednesday rt 1 o'clock, due to heart failure; notl- fy mother." Mayor Gaynor sailed, away from Xcvr. York a. fast .faillog .man on the morning of September An hour be- fore bis secre-i tary, know oi. .his. p.iana Ihrcshins is prelty -.veil .nflec way.'. on the A Ingucst at Jrrlne iosi oight wbcat Js all and C- i There have tern about ten cars come %-eney act, a small debtors court, an all- of the oats an plated lefiialation will bo dotrt- KILLED, THREE INJURED Savannah, 3ftpt. men itlUcd und three injur- 1 as tlio rwuU of a boiler explosion n "the Unlto-il States torpcrto lioat racnlHl to. their Interests. Tbc is In favor of all moveracnte :.tendtaK. ;to .tenont the piiblfo Rt larpc, including public mar-. kciaf etc.' Mr. Bucknall has otlalned 'the sig- nalurcs of 5L- merchants in Leth- bridge aud Is rafetirig with great suc- cess at other points.- He vdtt the board of trade hincheoa on Sept. 24th, on Jorae live The officers elected lor the ensuins J, W. Bawden, president, M. B. Good, 1st vicc-iivcsIUent, Sir, Morton of -Slordcn Bennet, 2nd K. U. Ircas- urcr and E, J. Sehl, secretary. Mr. occupitd the chair last night until the election of-oIUccrs. c w American Tariff ITrco List is on n Re- ciprocal Basis NEAR THE FROST LINE brides immcrrtus 1a Hallway and Itrigaiiou'lV until ctnptifs .on two other (rams. Ac- Washington, D.C., Sept. the general thai the Hems in the Tariff Hilt covering the nriitcl- agricultural proiiucls wilt be ap- proved by the conference coirmittt-es betH'ectj tiie houses cj Congress, ns they were adojilcil by the Senate, It is reasonable to suppose'that the items covering wheat and cereal products, ;is affecting the betwoen Canada and the United States can now be regarded (is soc- ticd. The most Important Hem of tbo bill, touching agricultural products and the mtUlas Industry of the north- 19CQ, he received his.appoint- DECLARE HALF-HOLIDAY west, la the item iti the Tree list re- lating to 'Thenf. wheat flour, and oth- er products of wheat. i.onion, Sept. best, adver- tisement the Dominion of Canada has, or can have, is n larje tipdy.'pf !thc wn these trcJucts wiil be investors recelnng adequate sleady f return on inve.'itmcnfs the coun- to an editorial utter- ance made (he Standard of .Km-, ptre. The newspaper ranges i aino.ogst the ffishrr.s o! C'.insd.iJ fonada imposes a duty on wheal, anrt declares tlmt all know (lie' nnd other wheat products. Ac ON TUESDAY FOR THE HORSE RACES Park assembled to bear him accept, [He hfid prcpaftl-a speech of accept- ance. but was BO tvealt that be was" unable to deliver it, and bis secretary read ft for hltd, the Mayor Etandtag beside hJm. Before the Mayor- sailed, the secre-, tary issued a statement denying ro-; their proniisrs'in regard '10 Mrs, and rrcovrry. He recovered, however, and of Iho MayWS serloiiy illness. no shortage vet was (celing faiily well vlieo i sec- Tbc rccent allacHs of the old throat; J per day." HL1CNTY OF C.VUS The. C.lMt. nre Uvjns up to lie was fouiirt In his g j by one, of bis children anil Jot little hope was cnlcita'tieil tot nllhongli the shipments only overlook him, and successively has begun. I-Vom- the ncc-oimts third, fourth and f.Itb.'llie last on- Act'ng Mayor Dr. Levering cbriimuFiiratpd bis iiitrntion tti the and grain buyers, the ci Herald, that he will declare next'Js fully .up to all 'expecUtior.s. p ty a few flays ago- Fred Kenny, man- trouble, due to the wound Inflicted ln_ August, 1010, by James J, Just us be vr.is about to leave the city, By Die terms of this provision, of from a country that floes n pi impose Tuesday afternoon, Scplcmhcr Hth, some parts lhe avcr'ajc is lower tlian left for Victoria a half 'holirtay, nn bchalt o! the rc-lcxpcftcd; and in others' it is far b heating of his father's last illness. quest maiTc hy tlic LethforMge Turf! ahead, so tne general, avcrcge will" John Kenny was a Koman Catho- Club, endorsed by tlie merchants of; meet M-ith urcdictioris marie earlier 'l'c IXM.UJ uian of the f. II. litre, jfor a brlaf raca.llon (n Euroro had en- [Irely dlsappared, tilng to on, aud the Mayor expected to turn anil enter the campaign Tvlih-Ms- the city accounts there will be 1 erally better. in getting an attend-1 With the in tho Eeasan, while.the jrade is gen- j having been one. ol vigor.- members of the congicja-i The bullet that lodsecl In his throat: tion of the little St. Patrick's in its thret ago had never been rc- _______ _ nt fine -Aeathtt dai'.s' He a staunch I.ibcr- ]n politics and v.aa for years pre- on like products exported from ar.ce at the first day's race meet, of i tinlling, it- will not take until Octo- the United Stales lo their markets. 2500 people. 1st, as in 1312, for I.ethliridge Word has brcn received from C, o. I lo avrrajc traintoads a day, and sedation. I'asntelo, tlio sccjftary, who is in'eiery Indication points lo the fact furling. ven, Tybo lalmd yesterday. tiny must Lo great. country are thai' its des- so losig as Canada main- Witbln .1 forlnithl thero to cJtiAnKO In the. dcnrn-towa eco- j ot One of the t svota li to be p'cked up and :j away bodily. AocordJns to re- bio. Interaction the old freight -V, which been a mart past years, lo be moved My to the new foundation built ilikr th? now freight slied (aclng'on (rte-inth Street, thus caiialn; a -t in tho trend of traffic the city. freight sheds are 400 feet and wide. They aro It In four aectlons and four trains fett.long will move them. They I be Hfted bodily and set on the foundations, his will give the a recclvlnf shod 100 x 40 i and m outgoing 400 by 35 The laller is almost fin- ished, thu hardwood rr.aple llooriufr noiv beinf laid. Jusl what will -be done with lhe araco left by the old sheds ,h hot definitely known, but the Herald un- derstands that Uio C. r.-a. .will .'re- move tho old Ice house when all tile Ice has been taken out this fall 4ml Ito whole spaco will bo parked. The parkins area will alro be cxlc-ndcd on tho east end of lhe yards from the depot lo ISlh street. This will f-lve tho company lhe finest park Is nas'fn tho wcsl, tho summer re- sorts, acrl will conform with tho city henullful Idea.' Tho removftl of {he freight fhcds froir. their present lo- cation will nlsc. remove an cyosore Vlilch has formed n very unsuitable; j bacSground for Gall Onrdcna for ttiej lias I cpyple of ycara. tains her duties, imports of wheat from Canada ns under tbe pending tar- j iff will pay a duty of 'f.n cents a bush- el. Wheat Hour wll pay a duty of 45 cents per oarrcl 'of JOG pounds, and other products' of wheat. Including Lran, whcrctt screenings, etc., will pay 10 per cent advalorem. The duty on oats' by the, pending Wll, is fix cents per lyjsbel of 32 pounds, nnd the duty on oat products, oatmeal and rolled oats, is 33 cents per cwt., and on oat feed tlio duty will bo nlr.e cents per cwl. Tho duly on barley will bo 15 cents per bushel of 18 pounds; on bar- ley malt, 25 cents per bushel of ol pounds, and on barley that is per-, meatcti, patent or hulled, one cent per pound. All flax straw or flas not or dressed or fax h.icxicd Known as of the l.cthhrldgc.Liberal moved. It was the Mayor's plan Jo. remain abroad less than a week. Us expected lo sail for New. York Mrdic'ne from five to seven I that l.clhhrUlgc will 'be llic lieivits hordes will start in each harr.csslletniin.il shipping point In the entire event. His favorite past'n-.e was from Liverpool on September 18, and the days when the mrl- harr.css letniin.il I West Ibis year. Assorts Thai Indinns aro and Suggests IMnn of Campaign Calgary, Sept. Glca Cainp'irtl, chief inspector of Indian agencies, an- to be admitted free of duty' oih under the whctht-v in their naftira sble. or dried, dcsslcalcd, or other- wise prepared, '.vill be ndmlllcd frcojj1 last niftbt tliat conttary TC to In Souldccn Albcrla and states Itiit they arc unanimous ogainst up.ot their tracts inta small Ic.iscs. lie tliat this attituile can Ic if the slo.'fc- nicn u'ill adypl a co-operative system of ranging (licit herds. ERECTED INTO. GAME RESERVE Sask., Sept. order- !of Ihe iijtcrior, it win he impossible. to break tip lhe zreat tracts In-councll was signed yeetcrday, mak- ol Inilian lands into small leases to ins a game preserve of the land bor- tho small stortman. The tiering on' Wascaha Creek, also the held hi- ilic Indian trihcs e-f of Moose .law. It ip.na cannot be utilized without tlicirUf'Mls tiie .wnolo.of the territory in- as governs (he case-of Ira- Mr Campbell has cor.- lersecfed bf windings of Wascana (Continued on llctcnccs the I'ciijans aad llloods Cieek. rink was wiicrc the C.I'.U. rouad- noiv stands, he iras for years one of the leaning and his rink carried off not 'a of the trophies of tl-.e groal winter gan-.c.- Mrs. Kenny and ,ill thrir family re- main to inourn the loss of a gdod fathrr and husband. Krcd, the oldcs'l son, is manager 
                            

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