Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald v'OL. LETH8RIDOE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1909. NO. 301 NEITHER PARTY WILL GIVE OR TAKE QUARTER Britain Entering Upon A Bitter Polit- ical Parties Are Confident London, Doc. has be-1be driven at a bye-election into a per- i fore it a month of bitterest political manently radical quarter of Dundee. conflict. Mr. Asquith has declared The Unionists count on winning hack no quarter will be asked and none, their Lancashire seat victory in will be given and this is obvious j other boroughs. A Unionist enough already. Parliament will be j was asked yesterday whether it would dissolved probably on Dec. 28 or 29 not be better to have all elections in to enable election to he fought on! one day as in Canada. He "said: the new register, which j "Yes, perhaps, but not beginning TWp GOOD MEN Cranbrook Honors F E. Simpson and Ex- Mayor Rogers force on Jan. 1. UNIONISTS HAVE HOPES now, thank you." Radicals had the Election experts believe the Lib- i was their turn erals owed a good part of their .MU-- mean to use it. i first pull last time and he claimed it J after nine o'clock and "Auld Lane Cranbrook, B. C., Dec. of Cranbrook's leading citizens, ex-May- or G. T. Rogers and F. E. Simpson, were the guests at a board of trade banquet at the Cranbrook Hotel last evening. The affair was unique in several respects. It began shortly ANOTHER CANDIDATE Asked by The Herald as to whether he would again be a candidate for an aldermanic chair, Aid.' Hutton staled that ho was willing to serve the city another year it' it were the wish of tbe electors. JOS. CAMPBELL BURIED Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. funer- il services of the late Joseph Camp- bell, formerly of Winnipeg, were ;he Richmond avenue'-Methodist epis- copal church. PATTERSON IS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR STRIKE IN HISTORY this time and thov Syne" was being sung at The barrquetters did not sit at one cess in 1906 to the impetus o: uie j He went on to predict certain Un- opening victories in Lancashire vherc ionists' victory, but radical experts Mr. Churchill, with splendid audacity arc equally confrdent of their victory, smashed Mr. Balfour. Everything j especially set-iug unwavering loyalty points to this, advantage now being j of Wales and Scotland to the radical j partook of light re with the Unionists. Churchill will! side. an innovation LOCAL NEWS .Miss L. Donald, of Taber. is visiting in town today. Berg. Ellingson. of Magrath, is visiting the city today. Mr. and Mrs. C. .R. of Macleocl, paid a visit to the city yes- terday. Mr. Smith the travelling auditoi- of the Dominion Express Company, of Nelson, B. C., is in the city today. Mrs. E. 3. Deese and children of Winnipeg, are visiting at her mother's Mrs. Margaret Schweitzer on Btirdett St. Mrs. Norman Schwitzer. of the Schweitzer Bros, bakery, has returned from a three holiday in the east. Kennedy's hall. North Ward, was opened with a dance last night. The not MONEY POURS INTO TREASURY National Revenue Increase and Expenditure Shows Decrease Of America Is Imminent-One Million Employees Likely To Walk Out Of B. Gov- A ernor Has Re- An Time signed Chicago, 111., Dec. Tribune greatest industrial battles that has j-this morning United ever been fought in this or .any oth- Ottawa, Dec. 3.-The resisnatbn is threatened with the great- or land. Lieut-Governor Dunsmuir 0: British If Strike in history of i "Wbilt> il is that, is not (the nation. Practically every rail-: the plan of the leaders in the railroad Columbia has been accepted and Iho- road !ine in the eountry eagt and labor organizations to call out all the mas W.- Patterson o! Victoria v.jll WCst is in imminent dajtger of being .men at once their contention is said INDIAN DOCTOR KILLED A BOY Sudbury, Ont., Dec. Wnite, an Indian patent medicine man known throughout Ontario is landed in Cop- umDia. He is a railway tor i Officers of the organizations of en-' men on each big system to make op- be appointed to fill the place. Mr. i completely tied up Jby a walk out Patterson is a native of British Col- Ithis morning. to be by those are acquainted 'with their plans to MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Alta. MISS JEAN DOBBIE, Pincher JAMES H. CAMPBELL, Macleod, AIU. 'MISS MARY L. SUNSTRUM, Blairmore WM. E.iSiMPSON, Coleman.......'.. MISS.LIBBIE HOLLINGER, Medicine Hat 4.095 MISS ARLIE HUDSON, Purple Springs, MRS. D- E. COTTON, Claresholm........ .4.010 JAMES GREAVES, Medicine Hat, MISS GRACE ROBINSON, Fernie HUGH JOHNSON, Taber .MISS EDITH SINCLAIR. Medicine Hit A. A. COWIE, Cardston, MISS CLARA MATSON. Spring Coulee MISS ANNIE TOMFOHR, Milk River, Alta. J. BUTLER STONEY, Lethbridge Post Office ..I.OOO MJSS MAE SOICE. Vance, Shelburne, W. John Best, Wflmur. J. Dynes and THEATRE MANAGER FINED Toronto, Dec. W; Stair, man- ager and proprietor of the Star thea- er was fined .and costs today for allowing-an immoral .show .to. be giv- en in his theatre. Col. Denison in commenting upon the case'said that if. the actors concerned, 'had been brought before him he. would have taken care they would be out where their reappearance would have bewi long delayed. HUSBAND DID NOT PROSECUTE HIS WIFE Brockviiie, Dec. S. who shot her husband on Sunday I last following a domestic quarrel i got off lightly in the police court this morning, her husband not being wili- ng to prosecute she was fined and costs. Barker shows no 111. effects from the wounds. FERNIE POLICE COURT NEWS Fcrnie, Dec. Kravensky of "orbin was charged at Fernie .with' selling liquor at Corbin without a li- cense. Witnesses were present from Corbin but J. S. T.' Alexander, S.M. dismissed the case .on account of the back of evidence. There Is uo license at Corbin. .At the preliminary hearing of ry Dally of Corbin charged wita from J. A.. Blauquist of Corbin was heard today at Ferine be- fore i J. S. T. Alexander, stipendiary magistrate. The accused mitted for trial and will come up bos fore Judge Wilson at FernJe on D( c 10th.' Quintard, .who. was for trial yesterday and Dally, who was sent up today have been unable to secure bail remaining" as; "Guests at Government Hoivxe.1' MINER KILLED IN MICHEL MINE Coleman, Dec. ate under way for the fixing, of the boun- daries of the enlarged town of Cole- When these boundaries are definitely decided on, the village coun- cil will proceed with tbe necessary steps for incorporation as a town. It will be necessary to take the census of the town but this is only a matter of form for there is an es- timated population of between 1500 and 2000 people in the area which will he included in the new Town. Albert Visla of Coleman has apr pealed from the decisions of Inspec- tor Belcher who confiscated the six goat skins and one sheep bead in the case recently tried at Coleman. The appeal will come on for hearing at Coleman on the 7th inst. Palmer and -Thompson are solicitors for the jappellantsl Rcy, Rochester oi the Lord's Day I Alliance addressed a meeting in the Institutional Church last night. Rev- T. Murray presided and officers iwere elected for the following year, i IjPresMent.' Rev. T. M. Murray: Vice-! 'president, Rev. MacMorine; Sec.-! ;Preas., Mrs. Joubert. The skating rink is open now and j veil patronized. The Hockey Club j s busy getting their team together i jind in readiness for the opening ;amcs of the season. VOTE FOR THIS II e >WA a v Plan Of Proposed City Park Michel, Dec. five, o'clock this j afternoon a Hungarian named Steve was killed whilst repairing in there- turn airway of No. 8.mine. He was making a post hole to put in a new j set of timber when a- large piece of rock fell oil the rib and struck him on the head and leg. Both neck and leg were broken, causing instant death. Two back hands were work- ing him.-. and they gave the .al- arm and assisted in removing his bo- dy to the hospital. The deceased is a married man with a family :who resided at .Michel., He was a good worker and .well lik-, Jed by his, employers, and .his fellow, i workmen. The skating rink is. now in..full swing and-is .lit.with electric, lights.. It is well patronised starlight.nights. Angelo'and friend were overjoyed tonight in leaving Michel..on a I to their-native land-in-sunny Italy i where they .won't..shovel snoV. Their friends gave them a-right royal, oir and an exchange of iervent. .salu- tations'. .V... T. Tonge, fire-boss at No. S mine, has left oh a visit, to his old home .at. in Yorkshire, England. I His many friends wish him a pleasant' j trip and a Merry. Christmas with old folks.