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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TSe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, December Number 290 LAUR1ER THE POST AT LONDON New York Journal Pub- lishes Interesting Cable Despatch LORD STRATHCONA Aged High Commissioner is Becoming Very Feeble FOR LEGISLATURE THREE STARTS THE DEBATE Provincial Legislature Gel Under Way at Capital Today Edmonton, Doc. feature of thu sitting of the legislative assem- bly UllH afternoon will, be the speech CANDIDATES FOR MAYORALTY AND ELEVEN FOR ALDERMANIC HONORS No Surprises Today Except for School Board When Two New and Popular Nominations Were Man Elected Will Fill the Vacancy Made by Mr. Goode Who Will Not Serve Second Year of 'fclis Meeting May be Held For Aldermen Andruw .Williamson, by Robert Nint All interest, today centred in the municipal nominations, and tin: coun- cil chamber at tho city hall present- m0njj and Hans. Matson. ed'a busy scene this morning when "ci'ilmorc, hy 0. Oleander Ihe and their_ supporters ami w p Alexander. t called to enter tlwir names. There were no surprises furnished except in "roni the Uirono to be moved by j the- case of the public .school trus- L. Cote, member for Athabacsa dis- tees. .S. Hall, oily police mjigis- i-Ict and seconded by Doctor Camp- and .1. IKginhotham ;ue in ,oE Ponoica. A general debate the field for election, while Mr. Well- Lionel- Asquith, H. V. Gibbons. Magell and by W. Downer William 'Oliver, and 11. J. Goode, II. ,J. H'. Skeilh, by Dr. Muwburu follow the moving ami seconding cr, who Imd intimated his intention and C. G. K. Nourse of tile address, Mr. Michoner will entering the field, bus withdrawn, ply to.be followed by. the Premier, to j leaving five names On the list, whom'Air. Twocdle will reply. At-tor-j There will be no election for Uus- NPW York, Dec. special cable General will bring, up; tccs for thr. Separate school, as, at 0. 'ihe rum! municipalities bill for its I., to the New oik Anu-ucan says "The American is n-liiihly informed (ue mosl ienB-ahy of the government from a high -'iiil confidential .source meamires which will engage the at- la meeting of the ratepayers some 'lime ago decided to elect the old Ami' Olson, -by K. Sick and J. W. Bartlcttl Ellas' Adams, hy .1. Higiiiboth- am and'C.-'G. .K. N'oiir-se, Jas. Aird, by Jas. Kisk and II. J. Goode. that Sir Wilfrid I.auriei' will soon .sticcrcii Lord Slnitlicona in London as the Canadian Commissioner. the Canadian elections; Lord .StraUicona made one of flying visits to the being substituted minion in orileri as he told his. those who have rc'iireu. friends, VTo shake my friend Horde-it the liaiid.' "During that visit .the question of a successor to ihe increasingly im- portant post of High Commissioner tention of the house: The specjal committee appointed to name -ihe eight standing committees will re- port. The committees as struck are practically the same as those of last mover session. The names of the new mem- tion. in place of members by acclamation. j jas. H.' R. A. Wright Then; are three nominations for the Jackson, mayoralty, eleven for alrtermanic-iion- j' W. H. Burnett, ors, and five for the school hoard.! mj -KCn-. The following is the list with the d seconder Of each noimiui- -discussed. .Sir Wilfrid Laiiricr exprr-ssed the opinion that if took Ihr London post immediately, it would look as though he were shirk- ing his duty, which is to lend the Op- position. The force of circumstances has, however, prevailed, anil Lori! growing feebleness it iwpivutive that his post be iillcti. ".Sir Wilfrid LanritT has. always made a great 'impression during .His visits to :Lqndon and his appointment would give the.greatest makes a brave attempt-to go about wor.fr- at. all hours, us if he were a yoiini; and his.physicians have long sin'cc de- spaired of offering advice. dur- ing the past-few weeks he has stif- fened greatly from violent pains- ROCKEFELLER RESIGNS NeV York, Dec. D. Rocke- feller resigned today as president ami For the Mayoralty David'Kins, by R- S- Ramsay G. Whitton. A. B. Stafford, by A. Ripley HOi'iiC. CI. W. H. W. IK Johnston and David .King, f For School Trustee W. J.- Nelson, by K. E. Sherlock and Sydney Jackson. W. S. Bull-, by Jas. Aird. F- R. Agnew and director of 'the Standard Oihl Company, of New Jersey. John D. Archibald was elected in Mr. Rockefeller's place. CHARGED WITH FRIEND Alleged Base. Ingratitude of Man Who Been Assisted On the charge of robbing his pal Cico. M. Hatch, by E. I-UYilson and I J. Hlglnbotham, hy C. F. P. R. V. Gihbon. I Conyteare and B; A. Slianiian. K. IV Wallace, by C. G. K.> Nourse and M. Young. Dr..1 Thompson, hy Kobt. Nimmons and C. S. Donaldson. Separate Schools K. V. nominated by Mr. Sehl, seconded .Shaw. U. J. Shaw, nominated by Mr. Glb- hons, seconded hy To Fill When the- npniinaUbns closed at noon thi; question .was asked as to who would' be chosen to fill out the portion .of Aid. Goode's term. As the regular procedure has been observed in connection with his resignation, the candidate coining fourth on the poll will be chosen to fill the vacancy: David King also brought up. thp.'question of holding a special meeting at which all the can- didates'might express their views. BE INSTALLED JANUARY Provincial Cover n m e n t Has Contract Signed for Mine Rescue Station .Edmonton, Dec. T. Stir- ling, provincial inspector, erf mlncB, re- turned to Edmonton Saturday from Lethbridge having spent a few .weeks in the Crow's Nest Pass district. Stir- Ing reports mining operations to be n full swing througuout .the district which was affected by the strike. Seventy five per ceirt of the normal but-pnt of coal ig now being turned out hy the mines which" were Idle all summer. With a cuoice of several modern mine rescue apparatus the. of the Lethbridge police the Calgary government has decided on adopting police got busy and. sent down to the Fltless System Tho appsiatus this city two of their force to take of this system la manufactured m charge Sergt Tucker and London, England An older has al ,Iau Campbell arihed In the city ready been placed by the government: terday for that purpose and if' This is quite within the Mayor's pro-i for ten sets of two Hour apparatus business can all be finished todty vince, and it is likely thai, a meeting'and five sets of one hour apparatus, they will return to Calgary with their will lie arranged for some evening 'these'seis are to be shipped by con quarry tills afternoon on tho this week. On Wednesday evening nil tract before January 1st The mine thev are aiso looking for the candidates are .invited to speak to ANDERSON OFF TO CALGARY TODAY Mackie's Sleuths Arrive to Take Back Their Quarry WIFE ARRESTED Mrs. Anderson got Drunk and Talked too Loudly With tile next that J. had been arrested 'through the Writ the N'orth LethbritlffG ratepayers at: their regular weekly meeting. Welter withdrew, explaining rescue station is to he installed at clueg on another vevy important Ulairmor'e and tho cost of the build- while in Lethbridge' and It may be ing the station and equipping with that they will not leturn until to- sets ot apparatus will beiin the neigh- nigh't. that'the field was sufficiently filled with good men. bqrhood of Tho work in- stalling .the apparatus will be super- WOULD CLOSE THE SHOPS AT 6P.M. C. W. CROSS TO SPONSOR A BILL ADVOCATED BY ORGANIZED LABOR IN PROVINCE AMBASSADOR TO VISif THE DUKE Ottawa, '.Dec. Ambassador Bryce is expected to. arrive in Ottawa on morning. It is stated that ha is ndwconvine'to Ottawa to tlis- ciiss importaut niatters.aE Edmonton, Alta... Dec. W. Cross M.P.P. for- ii un- derstood: to intend, but'to pay his respects tional policy, escep.ii. perhaps in .an in- RUSSIAN TROOPS MEANS BUSINESS TEHERAN 'lUNTlL SATISFACTION IS ,FULLY GRANTED London, Dec. -Times despatch from Telieran says .advance parties of 1. close all retail .stores and barber shops at six o'clock, every evening, between forty and fifty dollars, a [The act will be called "The Early roan named Kenyon was this morning' Closing of Shops." H vis being par- the his eyes have given him 500 Russian troops are reported to be ncaring Teheran. 'It is probable, MEAT much trouble. DROPPED DEAD IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Dec. Anderson, a railway fovoman from Edmonton, I dropped dead in Occidental ho-, hero tliis morning. case was rather neatly work-ed up by the police, and Kenyon was nabbed before he lutd time to make his get- away. On Saturday, while Alton: -the man who was robbed, ancj; another muli ere coming down from. Carmiuigay, Labor Councils of the province. .executive oi the .Kdmouton council has begun ;i movement "to have .the bill presented by the Trades'and__La- nr Councils of Canada. the province the bill has already been iMHlqrscii by tho Edmonton 'and says despatch, that some resist- ance will be .offered to the advance. The Daily Rt: Petersburg correspondent says" that if Persian ac- cepts by the time the Verj little of interest ha, develop- ed in the case since Saturday Dur- ing the evening a wire caine In from Intended hy Mine Inspr. Stirling. lie cedin, charse of the (he Ca1gary ,0 alreat Ura An. stations who "111 the duty jderson. but the was In custody be-' for the arrived It she off on a bender during the afternoon while her hubby nag hating "IB troubles the police. An erf. ficer'-was called in by one of the hor tels, and the Intoxicated woman waf] taken to the utation in company with her running mate, who gave her name ai Mri Hill, but who known at-one time In- Montreal ai of training volunteer rescue, corps among the -men 'of dltferent mines. LOOKS BRUTAL MURDER Body- Found Near Bran- don Arouses Suapictidn of Gross Outrage Krtty Kane, it is believed The two women were tmlHof London, Dec. circular from Bishop Fallon was read In the.churches o-r London yester- unnounoing -that because GENERAL GROWTH IN WEST ASSURED Kenyon got. on the train and came to'Medicine Hut Councils, and then :.re- LeUibridge wkh him. on 'tils -cently favorably" consiticreii by "the arrival here, went to 'the: Harris .Lcthbridgo Council. Employment for work. Ho said he had no money to pfly for was aent, oui to get the money. He had as his who-bad In or the .feast of'the Irnmacnlate Conception falls this year on a Friday, December Sth. Catho- lies have boon permitted by his Holiness the Pope to eat meat on that day. loudly after their arrest, mod H' itbe Middleton murder tioned Anderson U eald to stated that sne knew wh0 murder, although the police 0 Bra'niloni Doc l-T6.nbte details 'Iu1e orodenc. In M .h.- to wu very drunk at the time. Howevir .v fact that she meDtioned tlu crime nil, taken with the a man under a stick wMch n growing about .ri North Brandon on Friday there Allderaon, ltems ,0 police there until', complete satisfaction is haB uncarthcd one of the most be another link in duin. atrocious murders eu-r comnnttcil m According to from this country. Wlicn the hoiiy wns dis- 'calgaiy the arrest of Andenen covered it 'was very badly anj very important will alajr arc, coming to liirht which scum Russian troops roach'the Caspian, the-'indicate that in Uio finding oi troops will 'withdraw, if not, tlle3'! body will advancu on rTelicran and obtained, CHEAP. LIGHT. P.QR-THE PEG Dec. city coun- will'tonight adopts flat three cent civic light rate for domestic pur- poses. ORGANIZED LABOR REPUDIATES THE McNAMARA BROTHERS pockets tins- dollars. Thnt Iflvenlng, pleading Ken- TH6yon got Alton-to buy aupper, and BUSINESS EXPANSION IS PROGRAM ADOPTED FOR THE COMING YEAR Jhn Deo !lame room. In the A'rtori Boiv coming in from both Eastern'' avoka and found himsolf alone, Ken- aiid Caiiidi indicate a sub-j yon having departed in the-niglit; Al- -N'ow York, Dec. proposal that.-, Tho .McNamaras are guilty and we j'zed labor disassociated 1-tBelf with tho subscribed by labor nn-'icjoicc with the body of law certain manner'from, all suggestions abiding citizens of our- country sympathy-with tiifi'klnd of war- to pay for his bed In the Palace ho- Alton did so both sleeping iif the stiintial and steads expansion in soa- ton's wad had also departed. The co- ninrc incidence was noted 'and the police more They picked- Kenyon of the National Federation ions to aid -the .McNamaras defense be turned over to the relatives of victims of the Los Angeles disaater was endorsed Central Lnbor at a meeting of the Union of to- day. The McNamara. brothers Separately arraigned and the sym- pathy and support of the -Brooklyn unions was promised, to President Pioimnoni rial ithin Ihu whicl, ,or ,S8 fron, tlle ni'ou.ly adopted read in part as fpl- Arilneton hotel, the money having [lows: "We had a right to our belie! sUite th.t in their opinion there for safe keeping that no natural man could be both Kenyan early in the day. Alton Jekyl and Jlr. Hyde, with to Alton's pipe. Mr.'Lewis, of tile firm pf Palmer Lewis, defended the accused. The evidence, however, very strong against the prisoner so he was sent to the barracks pendins hie trial before the District Court. no apology to make." boinUe business hut alfectini csucmlU the real tsUte and jiicicautile nwrkcti. fstiu men mtcrvit past v Minitob- and in fact all of the tern anil Lantern provinces are going I jd'entifia'd' the money when produced !ief underlying' hope that a mistake to reip great benefit fioin this year's-itl court. The identification was had been made we thuught that it lunest noUithsl tiding tin: scatter-1 made all the easier on account of was-up lo us as a brotherhood in, apolts. of clamagi sultercil in the 'fact that -when on Sun- see that proper defence was establish- itimr locaiitiob tlm cspec- day morning Kenyon-belped'himself oil and maintained. For that wo have lillj siynficarit of tlie past Ir.w days is mentionod the decision of tll'j governing body .of the Miinilo'iia .Grain 0rowers' association to open permanent office in Winnipeg, with a view to the more efficient handling of the work 'of the association. It is plon of thc'ciw.utive to 'prosecute n viEoixnis campaign during the win- ter for the extension of the organiza- tion in communities not hitherto reached'by'the association.-The in- formation is also given out by the Winnipeg tn'iuiicipal building spec'tor that a larger proportion of Canadian corporations industrially permits than ever before jiow repre- and financially is indicated in the 1.11- sent buildings actually completed or nual report tabled in the House oi in course of construction and that Commons by the secretary of stole. tlio grand total oi actual'values of .The number of companies incorporal- .'biillditiRS.trcctcil rlurins iho ptcFcnt.crl was 511 as ajainst 493 in the j year Is hy far tho greatest known in j previous year. The total Winnipeg's entire history. It is also'lion was while.that ol j noted Ihnl the. nur.ibrr of duelling icxlsting con.'imnics was increased 'lioiisi's of the better class recently Ihe whole In i ronstnicteil has her.ii usually larjc, us'against j 'lIu'Mv having been built lor the most in 1910. year j ijiart by actual nv.'ncrs, and not for, sons were granted I purposes, I (i rand total issued 'to date, our inbreirient is purged of these mis- creants. If there are any moro -hid- den .behind the McNamara confes- we shall renew our rejoicing when they are apprehended and con- victed. It is high time that orgau- WHEW! IT'S COLD IN ONTARIO Toronto, Ont., Dec. tario was visited by snap totiuy. The temperature To- ronto belny 12 above zero, svhlli; ;u Cocbraue it was 12 bolow. fare waged -by the McNamaras" Attempted-to Bribe Los Angeles, Dec. tails learned today of the legcd plot to influence the McNamara jury the supposed frustration ol which by the, arrest oi Hurt Krank- lin, detcct'ivo of ihu McKamara ne- fense, is 'said to have been an im- portant factor in conlession guilt- from the McNamara broth- s. A signed statetiient was declared to be in the hands of: District At- torney Fredericks made by Mrs. Rob- ert Bain, wife! of tise first juror, sworn in the- case, charging that s paid her by an agent of the Mc- (Con'tfnucd on page 5.) identification wjs impossible, but it is now believed that the body is that of a. young .man who liad been work- ing on a threshing gang. If tlnsis ing on a threshing gang If this, is the case the man H ,is paid oft early in November apparently was waylaid, robbed and brutally murder- ed. The police and coroner have the case- in hand. The story as it is heard about town is told bv .north Brandon who arc here today. They think they hate the man identified, hut none of them to know his name. 'One of the fanners says he was there sboi th after the body Was discovered, and Ihe) found a largo stone' covered with blood beside the. body and also, there a cord tied tightly around the nun's neck, with a hard knot right at Ihe wind pine It is also'assfrted that there tw0 above the right eye. ONTARIO Toronto, Dec. was honifn- HERE THEY ARE-PICK THE WINNER ttlon Oay in Ontario There are con- tests In all peats except in Toronto and four or fixe Consenathe snob as tlie Hastings, Catleton and Dufferln.' a large part In the preliminary hir- ing will be held Immediately after the rawrtd to Calgary, The woman, Kitty KHM, ralgned this morning, but BARRACKS GROUND FOR NEW BUILDINGS MANITOBA GOVERNMENT GETS OLD HUDSON'S BAY PROP- ERTY FOR Ottawa, Ont.; Dec. is under- stood that negotiations have been con plettxl ber.vccn the Manitoba awl Dominion governments lor ihe icr of fort Osbornp barrages at Ww- nipeg to the provincial authorities lor till- new parliament buildings Manitoba has agreed to give the Do- minion tor the property SJOO.OOu rash, will be appllffd x CANADA'S WEALTH IN THE BLDE BOOK i-'! Ottawa, Dec, growth of the erection of new barracks 'hutid-' ings The oflcr has bftcn accepted, ne so the Dominion authorities feel that under the circumstances thejri have made a very fair and bair.iun The bnirac'.ts ground was given to the'Do'minion by the Hud- son's Hay Company a many vcars ago. Tt was presented as public trust and a clause tvas placcrt in the deed when the transfer Ottawa, Dec. -l.-Thc promise of his matie tliat st used, for; Uoyal Highness the Con- purroscs If sold it w0n1d DUKE AS PRIZE FEATURE OF FAIRS revert to the company. Investigation shov.'i'd that provision in the, docd naught- to oprri the Canadian Nation- al uxhiMtion in Toronto next year ;seems Hkuly to brine.down upon the sti11 beld good, aod that the Domhi- tOovcrnor-Geiicral appeals from all Ion could <5e11 property evei 'the other exlilbitions for similar to tlie JUthorities ors. Tlie first invitation comes fvom Miilifax, where a provincial exhibition [K to be held on .Sept. 12. K.'.'H. 1 Rldcrkin and P. K. Martin, ave here as rt .special tlelegftlion from the Nqva RXhibitinn to as', the Duke to 'joprn the fair. If I he dale docs not 1'suit, the exhibition it is change it, TO UP NEW BUILDINGS Winnipeg, Dec the announcement of the wile of Fort borne barracks site to the, eovernment Tor it was ed -today thaf jrtang will immediately called for new parliament v.itb a view tu ilie after next, H- ;