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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. TWELVE PAGES Lethbridge. Alta.. Wednesday, Number 3 THEBELLEVUE MINE DISASTER VICTIMS BURIED AT BLAIRMORE THE MORAL REFORMERS ARE BADLY EMTEN IN WINNIPEG HANGING OF WASIL GHOBATOR IS POSTPONED FOR A MONTH BALFOUR AT OUTS WITH PARTY Morning Post Denounces Him In Decisive Mariner LOST THEIR CHANCE Land, Beer and Bible Could Win Without Protection i -SPECIAL CABLE .BY- J. R. BONE Copyrighted at the Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, by joint arrange- ment of The Herald and The Toronto Star. London, Dec. a silence of several days following its pointed re- I'erence to the reckoning to come, the FROM WINNIPEG TO. MONCTON BY G. T. p. -.J, Ottawa, Dec.- Tester- day Hon. G. P. Graham, aain- ister of railways, stated offi- cially that If nothing uiifor- seen happens the G. T. P. line will be completed between Winnipeg and JMoncton, N. 8. by the end of next year. Until .the Quebec bridge is ready a car ferry service will be op- erated across the St. Law- rence. LAURIER KEEPS OUT OF CONTEST Does Not Want His Name Used in British Elections TWENTY-ONE VICTIMS BURIED Blairmore the Scene 61 Funeral of Bellevue Miners Dec. large concourse of people gathered at Blairmore to- day to pay the iast tribute to the memory of twenty-one victims Of the Bellevue disaster. The bodies of the victims w.ere up by train, and were-escort- ed to the. cemetery by a procession, numbering upwards of 800 people, rep- resenting Order of .Eagles, vari- ous locals of the U. M. W. of" A. and other Societies. The crowd -which assembled in Blairmore is, probably, -without pre- jcedent in the history Of -the Pass. Dec. Wilfrid ler has cabled Ian Malcolm, Unionist D. Jones, .of Bellevue, assisted "by M. P., who inquired whether the pre- _Colemah} and Lang- mier thought he was subscribing to a campaign funds in the heat of an elec- tion such, as is on in the that it'should be kept out of the con- test." Asquith's. Authority at Welshpool, said if was Increditable1 that Premier Asqulth after haying gone" out to get Increased power and tailing to get it, should -dream, of going-to the King and asMrig -'linn to.- Post, tbe organ of the Tariff Keformers, today opened fire .on Bal- lour for wjiat some call his treachery to the cause of protection. An editor-t ial over a column long begins thus ominously: "it is no longer possible or desirable ignore the gravity of the situation into which, the Unionist .-party has drifted during the past fort- night.'" With reference to Balfour's Monday declaration "that .the whole tariff- re- lorm budget should be referred-to a referendum, the Post declares: "The last vestige of. practibility has vanish- ed 1'rom. Baifbur's" unfortunate pro- ;Grearlj; .the. aave to retrace and. the'only. question is that of how far." The Post advocates making "The old constitu- tion of this country the starting point of the next, Unionist campaign'." That as, it would wipe from the slate all talk of a referendum and- also the .Lansdowne and Rosebery resolutions lor reforming .the Lords. Liberals Not National The apparent partiality to Tory leg- islation of the present House of Lords as sauvely justified on the grounds that Liberal measures are not norm- ally national in motive and scope and should therefore: suffer in the second" cnamber. The editorial also contains this frank statement: "Everyone BOW Knows that the original inspiration of ada would astonish 'the laborers of the tariff referendum came from Mr. England. Tariff reform would give lois.and Hunter, Blairmore. Service was also read by President separation to a federation; Po-well of District 18, U. M..W. of A. when he contributed, to the- home rulel The'funeral of several of .the men took place-in the Roman -Catholic cemetery. The arrangements have been in the united Kingdom. The-premier reply-, llarids ol Local 43l Bcllevue-rj M... mg cables: "I do not like to say any- W. of A.? and great credit is due tte ing which would seem like inter- officials for the order maintained. Terence either for or against the idea-i The body of Jonn last I notice my name being-used that "toe victims to be .found, was 're- but I must protest "my strong .desire covered, last :-bne of the will be buried later. IDENTITY OF "MAN is WANTED Frank, Dec. have- been re- Quested to John Martin, who "was killed 'by -a- tree -at near WIRELESS IB'.'A SUCCESS Copenhagen, Vladimir Poulsen an jhventor, has announced that- durung the few, days ..he-onain- tained excellent- wireless tie- phonic comomunication be- tween stations 420 -'lATles a- x CHARLES BOMFORD 15 NOT- EXPECTED TO LIVE Fernie, Dec." Bomford, tne: young man- was .shot acci- dentally at :.ol the JLumber.Co., near Hosmer, is very low and it ,is expectedr.that ihe1' cannot sur- vive came from and- -is -thirty-two years .of age. IS A Hanging Postponed by Miniser. Until s Wasii- .the con- has anoth- er montlLvtovlIye. -was -to' have tomorrow for. of urut; b'iit ..this- .morn- recently, had- bnlv beer uvSrto revolu- Worldng about ,a.: week' and unknown Tlnn 'in "fVia m -f-nrn _ tion" in: "constitution two -hun- dred years with only-.the..forc'e Behind it represented by eighty; Irish votes.- Protection in, Canada W. F. Cockshutt, speaking at-Qrims- Dy, said he knew how "the tariip-work- ed in Canada and how the States time and again made therefore. Information is 'desired. worked, at Brandon; height o'.ft 6 inches; very dark black ,age aibout 28; small hands. Aziy, friends or relatives of the above are request- ed' to communicate with the chiefs of United police at Cole-man Canada a dumping groundt until ar national policy was devised. That policy had justified itself, as in a very' short time manufactured goods had been reduc- ed in price. Tea was as cheap as in any country: Canada only taxed tnings it paid them to tax. They let WANTS TO CANCEL.CHARTER OF KNIGHTS OF PYTH-IAS A'ew York, Dec. communica- tion of'.Attorney General CT'Mallay from Milton Bucky, a lawyer, asks him to -begin an action against the other things in free. They -did not j 'Knights of Pythias to cancel its cer- Know they were paying- taxes. Prices j trncate to conduct a life insurance of poultry, fish and vegetables in Can-j business in this state, and to appoint. Chamberlain's enemies within the Un- ionist camp, who succeeded in per- suading a few influential Tariff Re- lorffiers that here was a sure plan for winning the election." The Morning Jfost insists that the future of tariff reform is as certain as it has -ever fteen. (Continued on page more work and there would be less .non-employment and a considerable proportion of taxes would 'Se paid by the foreigner, Canada has been ex- tending a hand to England for thir- teen years in the matter of colonial preference, but tbe old country had not reciprocated and Canada's 5s getting a little bit tired. hand a receiver of all its assessments and property in this state. Mr. Bucky is acting for Thos. Barber, of Brooklyn, who alleges that information furnish- ed by the supreme lodge of the order shows that at the present time it is carrying insurance in the fourth class amounting to with cash on hand to pay this totalling The attorney general has the letter under advisement. instructions that, zhe hanging ri. nad'-been postponed until Jan. 14 by an order-in-council. The f reason is that .-the fr-: ;charge -of Chief Justice -Har- to the-jury has not self known as. such upon his arrival, in'the. camp, more .than a year ago.. The Masons- of-the- !odg-es join- ed in the regular Masonic burial ser-. vices at the Fred D. Alderson' was a native of Durham County, England, where his wife an'd Ipiir children still reside. i He was., a" member' of the Masonic lodge of -Durham-, .England, Beaiitiful i flower wreaths .were., deposited ,Tiponj the'casket by 'the' Hosmer Lpcai-TJn-- by his being con- ducted-. a-fr.TBlairmoce. wiere the vier Bellevue, --were interred, there were representatives fronx .unions .in. the Pass, preseat: at the Alderson" funeral. Fred, Aiderson was 35 years age, j TEN MILLION DOLLARS TO PROMOTE PEACE Washington, Dec. the abolition of war between nations Andrew Carnegie to-- day 'transferred to a board of trustees comprising- men -.of international reputation, ten million. dollars in five per cent, first mortgage .bonds. Tee announcement will ;-be immediately made of the es- tablishment of a Carnegie peace fund. EVANS WAS HAIL INSURANCE BILL AMENDED Bate of of Compensation and was who a general favorite with all .Edmonton, to the nail: of .the province which contemplate tne'cur- tailment of the been experienced under' ordinance in tne past year or two by ciirtaiitog-tne itt creasing the amount'of were, introduced -by ..Premier Sifton yesterday afternoon .in.the'Jekisiaturel ,Tne bill provides for premium of 25 cents an, acre, 'with a-Hat-'rate of indemnity, at., ?4 per acre.. ,TJie .present; indemnity, ?K and with premiums at, a1 rate of liOc, 30c and-40c ly. The present premiums' and rncTeinr nlties were created- ments to the ordinance old A loss .of re'd under the nail'., insurance" ordin- ance during. tbe it with a view' of curtailing much as possiible, Moral Reformers Beaten in Winnipeg Hections CROOKED Old Board o Te" toms yesterday :resulted -as, FOUGHT WITH AMERICAN POACHER Lively Time in St. Mary's River-Made TK eir The Hqsmef' Mines' 'Company, whom he ha'd worked for tfie last six- teen months, thr-ee times'.for meritorious service.' About the last act he performed be- fore being called to the aid- of the im- prisoned miners at- Bellevue, was to purchase a large -box of toys, select- ing them, xvith much care, to send, to his wife and little ones in' the old his act'so .that the re- membrance would reach J its destina- tion at Christmas- tinie. We can on- ly faintly imagine the value these Jit-tie trinkets will be to the recipi- ents when the loss'.of the donor has been added to them. The swift wings of the lightning having the news of his death, will long precede the arrival of this last token of the donor's love. It is-hoped that'sympathy will take a substantial-form.-and'-that the pro- vince in -which this 'hero'- laid down his life under circumstances which preclude the benefit -ot-the. Compensa- with 'a whether insurance cannot' on a'practica'ble ;basis that .ments' are being introduced. Th'e amendments went .-through the committee of the whole yesterday-and are down for the third reading-' Premier Sifton made a short speech on moving-, the second.reading- of the amendments, and was followed by ex- Kremier Rutherford, who -said ,ne heartily approved of the amendment Drought down. K. B. Bennett said the'experience of the province- in the hail insurance Business only went to prove that in ois opinion a well regulated private enterprise was. much more to 'be sired 'than public ownership. He thought that the. -premium, rait of "5 cents on; four dollars was alto- gether too higJi. Board of CftoktKiriu A. A. iicArthuf, R. D. Wangii''ittd-j; Harvey. f'- 1, R.r7aismith expressed similar I11 Unlonists a majority the Mr. jcnancellor of the exchequer's first bud HAS VICIOUS DOG A summon? was taken out. ar, the police court r.his morning against Jos. Thompson, charging him that, being the owner of a vicious dog, ho did allow ir. to run at. large without being muzzled, contrary to the provisions of city bylaw Xo. 6. The canine in ques- tion on Monday bit ft chunk out of the leg of a horse belonging- to a Milk would be a tariff reform budget.. Kiver man was- in the city. the Vessel Seattle. Dec. special from says men were drown- ed in the saonomish.river today, when a closed cabin launch turner! turtle, 'mere wore" 17 persons aboard. All onr. six were able to break the win- dows ami climb to the upturned keel or reach shore. The men were all employees at. the Stimson logging camp. They had chartered the launch today for" a pleasure trip ro Everett. Kourteen were crowded into the cabin and three bad mounted the roof. As me vessel careened in the swift cur- rent, the men on the top. in a genial added to the motion by rocking boat, which suddenly overturned, i About or session is over. The nair.c of the University of. Cal- gary has hepn changed, to ''Calgary College" and the name of the .Calgary College has bi-en ohaogcd to "Mount Royal College of Calgary." Both bills were finally passed this afternoon. Other bills rend for t.Iie third lime and passed were, an act to incoipor- ate the Western Canada Insur- ance an act to incorporate the Great- North Insurance Co.; an act respecting the Alberta Northwestern act respecting the town o: Macleoi; ar, act ;o amend and con- solidate the Medicine Hat-charter; an act, respecting the Calgary charter; an aci- to incorporate t-he institute of act respecting the 'Lacomibe, Bullocks- ville and Alix an act respect ing witnesses and evidence; an aqt to prevent priority among the execution, of an act to amend school ordinances'; an act respecting nox- ious an act respecting the man of butter and ch-ees-e; acts respecting the Edmonton Interurban Railway, the agricultural societies or dinamce, the Calgary Golf Club, re- specting the Baptist Union of West-em Canada were put through th-s com- mittee- of the whole yesterday and will be read a third time today. There will be another baavy day to- day, when a large mass of legislation will be wiped ofl the slate. Sitting till nearly midnight the house passed t-he estimates "for IJUft with, little comment. Consideration of the Iflll estimates will be" continued', todav. Chartered specting Accountants; an act re- -c village of Stafford; an, act to amend t-he S'rathcona charter; an act respecting the city of Wetaski- win; an act respecting the Lacombc and Blindman's Valley Railway; an STOPPED WORK ON IRRIGATION OiTCH The Cazier Construction Co. has closed down work for the winter on the St. Mary's irrigation canal ex- tension lor the A. R. 1. Co. The-- work consists of extending: the canal" ten miles into Chin Coulee and ithe construction of a large reservoir in. The coulee. About three months work, rjext spring will complete the latter. The intention of the A. R. I. Co. Si. i? understood is to use The reser- voir to irrigate a tract, of land owned by it in th Grassy Lake district. ;