Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Altai. Tuesday, August UH1. TUCKWELL IS TURNED DOWN Trades and Labor Coun- cil Repudiates Labor Speaker iH lire last of the. and Labor Council the following reso- lution was passed "The Lcthbrirtge Trades and I.ahor Council repudiates any political speaker posing as a representative 'Labor man in order, to influence wage-workers lo support any cal party, in lliis connection Number 218 TO v. HON. A..J. BALFOUR A _ v World v- discussing tho possible succes- V Bor of lion. A. J, Balfour, ftiyc: v- choice, lies .between Aus- V ion (Jhamberlnin and Bonnr v ijtw. Tho latter In sheer abll- v lly stands pre-eminent." FROST Did Not Affect the Local Crops to Any Extent Some anxiety lias been expressed among the merchants of the city re mentioned the name ol ,S. W: Tuck- .veil, who claimed, as a past presi- f on dent of this council, the right to speak on a political platform as a buna-flue Labor man. Carried." Mr. Tuckwcll has been speaking for A. Magl-atb as a representative of the labor interests of the city ap- coming in fron. all portions of the district lead one to believe that no damage of any account lias resulted, MEDICINE HAT'S ROUSING RALLY FOR miPROCITY, LAUR1ER AND BUCHANAN Convincing Speeches by Hon. C. R. Mitchell, Premier Sifton and the Candidate --True Loyalty Who Gets the Benefit Al- berta Must Take Its Place in Progress of Country NKW LORD CHANCELLOR l-ondoii, Aug. Harry, attorney general ot Ire- land, has been appointed Lord unniicellor of Ireland In suc- cession to Dr. Samuel Walk- er, who died at Dublin, August 13th. (Special to the Herald) -Medicine Hat, Aug. roof- and certainly the not been injured grain crops have Potatoes and vege- Jlraling to the j tables in some of the low spots have ui aimie ui me low spots have an to S0nlc exlml- serious damage was done. Reports from the Jf0lilc district indicate that rcciprocitj- and Buchanan and sup- port Magraih. The Trades and Lab- or Council decided to lake no as hody and wish to make il plain l ll'Crc mo''e scVcrc tllan to Ihc public that Tuckwcll does not 'rom (listrict represent organized labor in the city. LITTLE N. S. GIRL FATALLY BURNED sellarton, N. S., Aug. tlie little daughter of Clilllde Keith, was fatally burned yesterday by her doming catching fire from matches, with which she was playing yesterday. Her rather was badly burned in trying 10 extinguish the flames. rally in the cause of recipro- city, L-aurier and Buchanan, was held n the Opera House this evening when he large hall was filled lo the doors an audience which lacked nothing In cnthusla-sm. The ch-alr was occu- In In the Albany Club, Toronto boasting that every effort tending to WINNIPEG BAD MAN WANTED IN IOWA Winnipeg, Aug. 29.-rfrh.at Frank nones and .Harry Kelley, the two des- peradoes in the hands of the WinnI ]ieg police on a charge of shooting Constable Traynor last Wednesday, are me two criminals wauled by tlie ponce authorities of. Iowa, was admit- ted by acting eljiet of police Newton Here. The United States officers are In the city -and have identified the thugs as the ibad men sought by Sher- iff Hogan of Koues county, under the names of Charles and Bert Aleciim, tne tirst named an escaped convict. to the Herald this morning that Hie crops had not been affected in Ilic least. The weather seems to have cleared and the best of harvest conditions may he looked for from now for- ward. Some of (he farmers about Lothbridgo have their crops half cut, and threshing in the district will start this week. A. L. Foster stated at he would com- mence threshing operations todav ihp. weather conditions remained the same. DEATH OF GRASSY LAKE DRUGGIST Lethbridge friends will regret to ONT. HORSEMAN Free Market for Good Horses Will be Great Benefit iValdcmar Hunter, prominent lorsc-hrccdcr, of Orono, Out., is in he city today. Mr. Hunter and his alhcr, James Hunter, are widely known as breeders of fancy horses. Speaking of reciprocity, Mr. Hunter said (hat, he was heartily in favor of learn of the death at Grassy Lake j it as a horseman, believing that the .yesterday oi ,J. McCrostie, well (United Slates market will" he a great known in Ibis city. .His early demise is Ihc result of over a year's illness, end the result was not For over two years Mr. iMcfyrostic! the reciprocity lias been one of the. leading men f-ii'assy where lie owned the on- ly drug: business in that place. Pre- .vious lo going to Grassy Lake Mr. WcC'rostie had been associated with .1he J. D. Higinbotham Drug licrc, and was iti charge of Co. l.ethbridgc store for about six Itionths. The deceased came here from Rip- Ont., and while in the city made benefit to the breeders of good hors- es. As for Durham County prospects, Mr. Hunter expressed confidence that candidate "Sandy" Kelly, would heal Jonas Thornton, in spite of (he.large majority receiv- ed bv the latter in the last election. a- tional aspect, Mr. Buchanan referred to the many efforts which the late Sir John A. Jlacdonald had made to s-e- cure a reciprocity measure and read extracts from a speech made by him Durham is one of the counties that feli the blow when the American bar- ley market was cut off and the farm- ers want, free barley again. Durham Is an apple county and the appl growers appreciate'the'value of th fine .American market which will ad cents ceivcd for barrel to the price each barrel. Durban many friends by his popularity and courteous manner to all. He was j county, Mr. Hunter says, stands of age, his illness -gain a great deal by reciprocity, am culling him off in Ibc very prime of' doubtless will give it strong support Iiis manhood. He leaves to mourn iiis loss, his wife, who resided'in 'Lelhbridge while Mr. McCrostie was iicrn. The funeral arrange.licnts hp.vc not, yet been completed, but the bo Rvill he. shipped cast for interment bis old home. FIRE IN WISCONSIN Antlgo, win., Aug. villag oi Ulmhurat, Wisconsin, wipet out today by fire. The loss Is be- tween fl and ueorgs W. Underlion, a Iiimbe nun, lost The fire starts ti.31) this morning and Is stil Diirnme, there Mng left the depot iotel, one cwirch and a saloon. V UERMAN BARK V CREW MISSING ft v Aug. dea- V patch to Lloyds from Antofa- casti, Chile, reports the Ger- bark Thekla ashore In W tbe Strut of Lflmalrs. Fifteen or tbe crew yere missing. Nine yill be wiped out before sunset to- day.1 The situation is indescribable ind consternation prevails in tire- wcpt areas. Adjacent settlements lave sent boats to the aid of villag- es threatened with destruction. tact, that reciprocity Would be in the interests, particularly, ot the prairie Provinces and British Columbia. When the federal government went out of its way to secure a measure which was primarily in our interests he con- sidered it the duty of every loyal westerner to go upon the platform in support of it. The federal govern- ment'was. now. taking an interest in the west. Time was fifteen years ago, before Laurler' was in power, when tills was not the'case. Old re- smenis could recall the conditions of Alberta fifteen years ago. What had j the Liberal immigration policy done i lor the country since that, time? And "y "cr promiso Buit against wnat had the Liberal raihvav policv j "'aller so" of none in being responsible for'tbe pre- Walla Walla- sence of three great transcontinental railways Instead of one. The Conser-1 of he vative policy previous to that lira uaa been out of restriction of trade ana of the carrying Irade. They wish troubles. Home Secretary -nurchill announced tonight that in flow of the complexity in police du- ue-.i and the exacting demands upon mem he has decided to grant an' in- crease of pay. KEEP GOOD NAME, Miss Cronen Talks About the Breach- of-Promise Suit. Portland, Ore., Aug. good lame raWer than the ftOO.OOO is what "iss .Mary E. Cronen says she seeks In the settlement Just reached, agrees to hand over lo Russia for apportionment to per- sons whose private claims Russia supported. Japan will purchase for the property of Russians sit- uated on the concession land and. in the suburban districts of Port Arthur. She agrees to pay rental for houses of Russians at Kawatung and aban- dons tho claim to the tieasury of the Port Arthur municipality as, the muni- cipal funds are needed to satisfy the claims of contractors. Japan also agrees to pay for a Red Cross ship which she seized and which has now become unfit for tlut purpose.- The former Russian hospital ship Angara which is to be returned to has been s-ant to the dry dock at Kurejor the repairs, thereto e the transfer'-- IB made. Russia 'points out that, the claims between Russia and Japan have been -settled without're Bourse to and that Japan has reversed the decision of its own prize courts with regard to the Angara and the Red Cross ship Orel. The Kossia says that the settlement is strong proof of mutual friendship and that it only remains to leap the advantages promised .by this friendly collaboration In 'the field of peaceful development and legitimate interests. ed to have the C. P. control the (Continued on page MR. BUCHANAN'S DENIAL OF McGILLICUDDY YARN Herald Never Received Any Contribution from Any Campaign or "Slush" Fund, Nor Any Gift from Anyone i In the News this an account of a meeting held lait ninht at Number Bay, Toronto, In which Din McGillicuddy, formerly editor of the Calgary New., ii alleged to havs stated that "there a Liberal 'iluth fund' raised In New York and the assistant superintendent of the .Pinkerton agency learned that Hon. Frank Oliver had placed to his credit. "Of (hi., wat uiftl to change the' Lethbridge Herald from a weekly to a daily." Mr. Buchanan, who returned from Medicine Hat last night to attend tonight's meeting, was ieen by The Herald, of which he the managing director, and said: "I have no criticism to offer the Newt' featuring the statement'made by Mr. McGilllcuddy, is I havs learned In my ihort experience in public life that everything that can be used to depreciate a candidate ii uted by opponent.. But I am satisfied that if the News knew Mr. McGlllicuddy at well as 1 do. they would not go much, stock in the charges he ii spreading broadcait about Hon. Frank Oliver and' certain moniei. "At far ai The Herald Ii concerned, and I have been associated with It ever since its establishment in 1905, I say most positively and emphatically that IT NEVER'RECEIVED A CENT OF MONEY FROM ANY CAMPAIGN FUND OR A '8LUSH AS MR. McGILLICUDDY TERMS IT. NEITHER DID IT RECEIVE A GIFT OF MONEY FROM ANYBODY. THE HERALD WAS FINANCED ON MONEY RAISED BY SHAREHOLDERS WHO ARE ALL LOCAL MEN. The Herald II I Liberal paper, .upportlng the policy of. the Liberal party. Everybody knowi that. But the money It get. through government advertising It a very small item and Is hot nearly at large a> the advertiilng iccounti of'many of the local merchants. far at the mndt againit Mr. Oliver are concerned, anyone who kept in touch with the matter knew, that Mr. Oliver hai llwayi courted the Investigation and only recently he de- clared that ifter the eleetiont he would demand that the inveitigatlon Into the iniinuations spread broad- cast by Mr. McGlllicuddy iheuH be continued. The people will then have the fullest opportunity to certain the truth. Mr. 6liver ha. denied every charge that Mr. McGlllicuddy has made and I think that Ihe people who know Mr. Oliver will believe vvha', he while thoie who know Mr. McGlllicuddy what hi .ay. with grain of PREPARE GAIT PARK FOR SEED Boon name she dare not return to th. nonie of her relatives and friends it san Francisco. "l do not want the money and if It were possible lo gain the decision In open court with or any other iiniount asked for I would be Just as Kiao. Hut if I put in a plea for JctlOO uamages the' case would -be settled witnottt a murmur and f would not be aoie to esl-ablisb again my good name. "At tirst 1 only-wanted to sue for my letters which r wrote to Walter loore during our engagement, nut me attorneys advised me that the miters were no longer mine and that l could not. got them. 'file whole thing was caused he- cause his brollrer, Frank lloore, i d uis wire and some of their :ia not w.inl, mo in the family. Wn't- ers tamer. Miles C. Moore, an.I .Mrs. noore have been kind lo me. But frank Moore and his friends said tilings about me that were untrue and persuaded Walter to 4re-ak our en- gagement. "I started to file papers before for "reach of promise, Walter per- anaoed me not to and said that every- iinng would be slralghleiied out and mat my n-.tine would he cleared. Me never tried to clear mv name and m.v H.UI1X. ami ILlvtl wiis cnmpeneft now I must so through (he courts to to listen to "All Richards 110 it, Thcv tried to make me out an gan to feel queer and snld that I am The city hin'e men busy coaay pjoughlng and levelling the wait -Hark preparatory to seeding it. i'ne concrete walks will be laid inside a week so that before many more "ays the park will be taking definite' snape. TtleyBoard of Trade building is oerag moved today lo its perman- ent location on the north side of the snuare ;where it will be placed In rne centre of the concrete walk, which win lie built' around it. Nothing fur- uier than the seeding will be done -nis year but next spring it is the in- lention of the council to plant several rnmared trees on the plots and also to set out (lower beds and ornamental, trees, making the park one. of nost beautiful spots in the city. MUSIC MADE HIM QUEER New York, Aug. Suffering from c-rvoiii prostration brought on by istening lo the monotonous strains) every night at Coney ot -All island, J. W. Richards, a mounted policeman, Is under the care of a phy- sician. At first nich-ards liked tho nine, but when day after day and mgnt after night he was compelled j wnen I am really only "2." TO CONSTRUCT MAGRATH WALKS n. ,1. Hoode, of the Concrete Con- sirucinma Ltd.. has received the con- ojct lor building one amf one-half miles nt concrete sidewalk in the town 01 .iiagralh. This work Is belnK done y tr.-a .Mngrnth town council this .vcar, and will constitute the first of ninny proposed puliilc improvements. lie wallis will be five-ami eiKht foot ami will afford (he people of that uriving town easy access Jrom the KIUU'OII to Ui-e main business part of me town. f-KtMIER BOTHA BACK IN SOUTH AFRICA AGAIN Capetown, Aug. Botha ot south Africa arrived here today ami wag accorded a hearty greeting tram nil section-s. Some speculation is to whether he will carry all his louowers In life pronounced Imperial- ists review point is in evidence.-' vv DUKE AND DUCHESS SAIL OCTOBER 6 London, Aug. Duke and Durhess of Coiinausht will sail for Canada on Octob- er litli, after visiting His JIu- J-esly in September.