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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta r TEe Lethbridge Dafly NO. 306. "LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1909 VOL. ppm TAKE 1 PART IN WAS DESTROYED CAR FERRY IS LITTLE Will Be Active In the Battle Against the Liberals Winnipeg, Dec. dairy build- ins at- the Manitoba College structure j of' white brick, about bO by 10" feet i was destroyed by fire at half past lour this 'morning in Spite of the ef- forts of the college fire brigade. The origin of the fire is not known at present and the was not disco- vered until it gained such headway in the building that it was impossible to save it. There was no fire in the building which was heated by steam supplied from another structure. The professors and students were working under the direction of Principal Jack, fought desperately but vainly IN ALBERT ADVOCATED A ouR ralely- but vainly and possibly a, tiie flames. The loss will be between overdue_ The destroyed structure was built port Stanley, Ont. in 1906 and was the first one of the crcw o[ 25 men. I- to be completed. The build- j LonK Pomt where wreckage was J_ _ t I _ TT group-------... ings-are located four miles west 01 the city on the south side of the As- siniboine River. London, Dec. 9.-The scouts and guerilla fighters in the election con- test having opened the conflict on both sides, the leaders will now ap-j and which is covered pear. Mr. Asquith's pronouncement by insurance, at Albert Hall on Friday night is awaited with the keenest interest. Mr. BaUour, although still confined to the house with a bad cold, comes out at the same time with an elec- tion manifesto. A curious feature of the campaign is the active part of peers. They have hitherto been ex- pected to retire to their spacious do- mains when the call of battle was 'sounded. In this election they will be in the thick of the fight. Lord Lansdowne leads pS at Liverpool. A long series of other peers' meetings are being arranged. The election managers are fixing up the epithets of Mr. Churchill and Mr. Lloyd- George against the peers as they crrow more and more lurid. Elector- al and especially the working classes desire to sec and hear these much abused Englishmen, who after all, do 'so much to govern industrial, finan- cial and agricultural England. Ano- ther curious feature of the campaign is the part the United States and German statesmen are being made to play when the free traders declare On Lake Erie'" Wilfrid's Rerty To Suffragettes Planned tween Conneaut and URequest For Selkirk To Disturb Big Lib- __ i Port Stanley Centennial Conneaut, Ohio, Dec. car a lar.ee crew passengers is two .ays overdue, ry has been lost. "The car ferry ran between here and Ottawa, Dec. delegation rep- j restating'the Canada National exhibi- and Selkirk Centennial waited -ss ani urBea the claims ol Pro-! -ho is to launch Welland, Dec. 9.-Tuesday's storm wrought havoc at Port Col- borne. were the heaviest known bv -the oldest inhabitants. Tremen- dous waves washed a hole in the breakwater at Port Colbornc, which 'was constructed a lew years at, a cost of a million dollars or more. The breakwater is a mile out and the condition of the water will not per- 1 mit of an examination close at hand, [but it is estimated that the gap cre- ated by the storm is 75 to 100 feet Through this the waves are ,.lnd_d, running unchecked and it is thought daring Suffragettes was dislodged wiu sciiousiy dam from Albert Hall where the women j be made until i llu spring. eral Meeting London, Dec. small band Labor Member Brings Matter Before House Of Commons of ported by the steamer W. B. by wireless today- Canadian Manufacturers' inside the huge organ squeezed be- n A MacDougjall, j tween rows of pipes. The govern- spoke in favor of! rnent officials had scented danger and strongly urging its organized force of beaters who Sit' The new railway built by tit gov- ernment to connect the government elevator with the Grand Trunk Rail- way and which was used for the first time only two weeks ago, is largely a wreck. Into ihe Steamship Territory Across the Atlantic Ocean tne exniQiuon, Proaosfcs That Men and Women Sit' to the wholc Dominion in searched every cranny oUfce: buUUmS 'on Opposite Sides bf Church Jh advertisement. I and spent hours in a game of hme Hamilton, Dec. 9.-Rev. E. B. Lance- j t sured the Rovernment! and seek before the promoters ol tne lev, pastor of the First Methodist, J r. everything: meeting were satisfied that the m- the exhibition. j truders had been cleared out. reviving the old, Mr. Hendry said the Manufacturers CASHIER waw- ie men sit on one Dominion favored the idea of; side of the church and on exhitfition as did aiso the province j st Joljru N. B., Dec. F. of British Columbia, for which he.Heenan, forty-four years could speak. -j'ion'Fire Insurance company's offices Sir Wilfrid Laurier in reply said. drank carbolic acid this after- after being admitted Heenan was two McNICOLIS NOT SATISFIED they cannot see their pastor because j of the big hats of the ladies- London, Dec. 9.-Sir Thos. Shaugh- ncssy, President of the C.P.R. arriv- ed on the Lusitania on Monday. It iTRIED TO BRIBE OFFICER- j GOES TO BARRACKS i John 3. Wallace Judge' Winter this znornin. Court on a charge nere. drank carbolic acid the plan submitted did not appear noon and large'enough for a world's exhibition Challenges Prizes Winners To a Contest In Oats Exhibited Ottawa, Dec. Verville to-', iay pressc-d for the second reading ot ,ic works, and after four hoars' talk :t was referred to a special committee of seven members with power to call witnesses and take to evidence under the house this On the other hand it was too b g ,or to the thousand session. The bill not' only calls fci an eight hour all government works, but a stipulation is made that any contracts the government enter into shall contain a clause compell- ing the contractors to eight hour principle and put it into practice. Mr. Verville expressed his thanks to the House for taking his measure so seriously and debating it at length and Mr. Borden assured him that the representations made on be- half of the workingmen would always receive, so far as he was concerned, a considerate and sympathetic heat- ing. The fact that the bill goes to what is generally regarded as the morgue, vise a special committee of the House, docs not mean in this in- stance that it is "dead and bucied. Mr. Mackenzie King .again spoke of for appeared before a provincial He at the lhat hc> considercd the demand being; than face criminal prose- of offer- nnfm tha sacral cation lie, committed suicide. Ke policeman. for Dcc to- the government's syrapsthy with tft challenge to Minnesota} principle of eight hour labor but sa: arc being! a general eight, hour law was a qua lo UlluXi. O UI.AV concerns the completion of made upon the federal government in view of what was proposed was too large. While the government deeply .sympathized with the proposal w interests of the firm on jj 1.130. Wallace was arrested at Taber understood one object of his visit j suort time ago. by Corporal a hous after a chase offered he would to say that ruu which i thV polleenipn a sum of money to let ter must have further consideration. B. SISout of the i him "go but the T i j tiiic stamp 01 man uic xx. ij- ie: 'capital, have purchased witn of by serving a warrant for id in view. The new plans .P.R. the much coveted entry into! Liship territory in R ,ncnts whereby the C.P.R. secures the that Germany is in a perilous conai-: xvorkings Qf lh'c Allan steamships. The tion under her tariffs. The tariff reformers reply by the declarations of the Reichstag and of, the German minister of the Interior, Herr D'elbreuk, providing that man industry is conquering the world under the tariK, wages being also j laiiu oeare a.upea.1 eu. iui higher and agriculture prosperous cxcludcd by conference rules. and c R Harris for tbe, defence Similarly much use is being made of President Taft's assertion that the increase in the cost of living in Am- erica is in no way due to the tarifi o arc being! a general eight, hour law was a qties- Wb; Uo for the provicces ttey t-u UJ t t i i 44- o leaves a widow and six children and; Na.iouai Corn Exposition now could deal _ especially prominent in tfals citV] but the Mm- j ment worivs? Mr. Rmg saw dilticui .-Jrclss director of the city cor-., being JILHI _t d tVci-tics in the war and then he proceed- nefband ank of several local orches-, ncsotaus have noo 8md Verville measure to a custodv S to hold the world's fair in Winnipeg tras. ______ Minnesota was special committee. cubiuu.' ___tj jx c-ntr t.Tint. nir> nin.t-1-----------------------Icnge came wui.ii PORT NOT SELECTED I awarded the prize in oats and was London, Dec. is understood j Colorado cup for the it has not been definitely _de-1 K ___ _f rinnct' smgie peck of weighing uvr offence instead. He was sentenced to fourteen mi land and France, from which it 'C.P.R. complete Canadian mail con- __ is now shared with the I Allans. It is expected the growing of the C.P.R. service on 1-hc mi Pacific Ocean will be met in the near beare appeared for the prosecution WITHOUT sail from. Tbe Giro and Heliopohs I 4fi to the bushel. i are now being overhauled in Glasgow! secretary i nineteen and a half vessels. but rests almost wholly in the pro- ducts of factories and the farm, respect to which there has been no j transference to the Ja-j increase, or has indeed there been a of either the Empress BIG FIGHT AT reduction in the tariff. Great play is also being made service of either the Empress steamer now on the Atlantic or the pan Saskatoon, Dec. of the University of Saskatchewan fin- jished a long session last night, tbe Q Al T I AlcF 'iresult oi which is that a decision OHLI LrilVL mad.e to pr0ceed at once with three of the buildings, a dormitory and central power house at a total cost iTHINK UNIONIST WILL WIN OUT j the obvious electoral tween the Radicals and the which is not the less effective because unwritten. Each day sees the radi- ing made of VictoriaQ and Virginian, of the Al- Jeffries-John of compact be- it is also expected. _' t__tj ;_ T i The archi Ian line service. It is also expected j in view ot this transference that Sir Thomas Shaughnessy will make pre- Lgements of two h-ere for the Atlantic UlL W11U LX II. cal candidates withdrawn from Social i construct.on ists seats while the Socialists are re- j of the Iatest type which will tiring from Radical constituencies.; c_p_R_ thc head of tbe Today's speeches indicate the lines of j Lawrence passenger trade. Last the compact. Mr. Masterman, under i White star experience on the secretary for the. home offices Lawrencc proves that superlative scnting the ministry, says, "I will apc obtainable from a combin- anv candidate, whether Lib-; rccinrocat- The architect was present at conference and after going over the the son bout will be held in Salt Lake City and it will be no in company with the governors, Rickard's positive declaration to the, will decide.' Tenders will be called local sports today. "I will not have early in the new operations to fix anv officials in Salt Lake in 1 will be commenced with the opening _ ji P -i ______A_ 14- it? AVn-fiP.T.P.n T.tl London, Dec. am looking i cepted. lin charge of the Alberta 'claims that the Canadian oats play weigh 48 pounds to" the bushel, but that the corn show is not open to foreign countries and for that rea- son could not be entered for the Colorado cup. He has therefore challenged the winner of tnan con- test and will put his oats against the prize winner if the challenge is ao- London, cep with interest to the result of the ge-j T-RIDGES SHIPPED neral election- and I am only sorry, ir that I Cannot hope to take an active, Lansi order to pull the irt any eral. Labor, or Nationalist provided! e he is with the people against rt Mr. Wm. Borne, Labor and ist, says, "The labor party will all they can to ensure the return the government." What price the Liberals will pay for this support will appear later. A' long programme of Unionist meet ings was issued last night. They. Trill ba addressed -by Arthur Balfour. j Lord Lansdowne, Lord Milner and Lord Curzon and other prominent statesmen. The campaign will not however, fce. in full swing before Jan- feurbine and reciprocat- -.fstem. It is expected this will b-e adopted on the new Can- j adian Pacific boats. In view of these changes fresh developments are in pro- gress in connection with the Allan's superintendent service at Mem- all tbe necessary assurances that patria" (for God and benefits to be anticipa will not be interfered with. The Salt j win nob uc _ j. T. i Palace, where the bout will be held. The new C.P.R. tourist hotel m IN A COFFIN >pe to au Lansing. Mich.. Dec. attempt nart in it I think however that I to ship 500 partridges In a.burial casr said Jos. J ioj jjeen-nosed hunting dog vesterday. Deputy Game Warden Harrington was at the railway station at Flatwood when a box was brought The intending ship- a death certificate. Winston Churchill is holding daily meetings in Lancashire, and Lloyd- George addressed a great meeting in Camavon tonight, speaking in both English and Welsh. CANADIANS IN HARD LUCK The trade commissioner at Havana reports thajt many Canadians are suf- fering hardship induced by glowing advertisements to locate. The misre- presentations have worked much hard ship and the Canadian government has the matter under consideration. DEATH OF HEAD OF UNIVERSITY Windsor. N. S... Dec. 9.-Ttio death occurred tonight of Rev. chailes tine scheme of tariff less momentous than of economic relation between the mo- game warden's dog scented the Kootcnay will be located will, with some alterations, hold an- ther country, and overseas dominions. four, opposite Proctor. out people." J. Bouldon, president of Uni- versity, Windsor. Dr. noi-lden has been in failing health for moie tnau a year and for the past two ncntbs has been confined to ais room. He was appointed to the of Kings a little more than tine; years ago -having come to Nova --r'.'oa from Toronto where he was BISHOP IS SAFE AND WELL 'he to for in St. James Cathedral, den was born in Macrae, KPM. land, fifty-one years ago. an-1 it some twenty-eight years came to Canada. He was .it time head master of Lincoln Sorel, P. Q. Dr. Bouldsn wrni England last year for uea'-ucni liver trouble and he seemed lo derived some benefit for he vas able Kincardine, Ont., Dec. 9.-A tele- to return to his duties which it was cram received this morning by Mrs. expected would not be possible when Stringer wife of the Bishop of Yu- he went away. But ;the improvement kon announcing his arrival at Circle turned out to be only temporary bn- -Uaska and stating tnat he was inider his presidency St. James College good health, that he had been delay- j has prospered. A widow and nve ed by ice, and expected to reach Daw- j children son bv Dec. 20. Bishop Stringer is j a Kincardine boy and there has been At a meeting of Weutworth countv anxiety as to his safety, word j council. Councillor Hills handed ou not having been received from him a hot roast to the police force. H said that thc system in vo-w wa absolutely ineffective and no crim could be unravelled unless a rewan for months. Medicine council is consi derine the adoption of a curfew by- was offered. This he declared was Keep Warm JJy Thinking, Of This Summer Resort law damnable state of affairs. vestigation disclosed 500 plump part- ridges instead of a corpse. The birds were confiscated, and the man who had brought them to the station dis- appeared. Summer fountains Rome, Dec. 9-Immigration Board !has considered applications made by two shipping companies for authoriz- Jation to carry on direct transport i x v. Ttilv -onn I service The matter was exhaustively discuss- ed, especially from the standpoint 01 present conditions in Canada in char- acter of Italian immigration. Italian immigrants being mostly laborers while what Canada wants is skilled i agriculturalists, with some capital. ,'The board acknowledge the advlsabil- lity of establishing direct commnmca- tion between Italy and Canada in or- ider to meet thc requirements of the I! flow of emigration to the Dominion j already existing, but considering the dangers involved in emigration of la- borers, it was declared in event of concessions being eventually granted 'that proper precautions must even- tually be taken to eliminate the dan- ger threatened. Hughes and King Had Tilt King fell foul of Col. Sam Hughes'and 'the warrior from Lindsay opened fire with both barrels. Later in the evening Mr. Meighcn of Port, age La Prairie engaged, the minister and challenged him to drop his ora-j torical subterfuge and come out fur or against a general eight hour bill. Mr. King said he could not support- anything of a purely provincial char- acter. So after a talk which occu- pied the bulk of the sitting Mr. Ver- ville's bill was discussed, on. To Amend Elections 'Act Then followed Mr. McDonnel's mea- sure to amend the Dominion Elec- tions Act, doing away with the deposit by candidates and declaring election day a public holiday. This' bill was condemned by Mr. Ayles- wortb on tbe ground that a public holiday would lead to abuse an-; the abolition of the deposit would lead to the frivolous in- dividuals. Therefore he moved the six months hoist. A feature of the ensuing debate was the spee-h ma.ie by Mr. C. J. Doherty, in favor cf the measure. He thought a holiday on polling day would, impress the with thc national duty they ha-1 lo perform as citizens and. thus help M) better formation of that obligation. As to the deposit, Mr. Doherty sug- gested an alternative that if c. date secured a requisition signed by a reasonable number of .electors, be should not 'be required to put up; a, deposit; _ Mr. Foster was informed the cost of the Boer war to Oaiui-ia for the contingents was A bill was also report qv the Railway Commission the Pine Pass Railway which proposes to build a line Edmonton through Pearl River coua- MAKE THE RAILWAYS RESPONSIBLE Ottawa. Dec. the first meet inc sitting Commons railway commit tee this morning bills authorizing tlu extension of time for construction o Kamloops and Yellowhead Railway and Nicola. Kamloops and SimiiKa mean "Railways were reported. On the suggestion of Hon. Mr. braham Mr Lancaster's two bills aiming at preventing railways from contracting themselves out of liability for dam- age to goods in transit and limiting time for appeals from the decision of tne railway commission to the su- River. An amendment was idded increasing the stock from one o three million dollars. COMBINE OFFICES The Medicine Hat city council is considering the amalgamation of tbe offices of Assessor and Building ;pector and Sanitary Inspector into one office. WINNIPEG HAS J_BIG FIRE Winnipeg, Dec. which broke out this afternoon completely cleaned out the six storey block of the W. B. Sterling Go. wholesale furniture south Main Street. The other tenants of the building besides the Sterling Furniture Co. are thc Lewis Furniture Co., Barrel Shew man