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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, IMft. NO. 4. A COMBINE OF THE PACKING PLANTS Explain At Ottawa, Doc. premature ex- plosion of a blast at .the quarries of the International Portland cement company in Hull last night caused seriouC injury to four 'men, one ol J whom will probably die. Casualties were Alphonze Berlangcf, skull frac tured, may- die; Zephrays Bigas, shoulder and arms fractured; Thomas McKinistry, foot crushed; Louis Gui- A Conference At Chi- cago Affecting W tern f Vermont, leg fractured.: Giviflg Him a Cbnce North Buy, has been suspended until next autumn assizes in the case of William Martin Jr., tax collector for the town of North Bay, who pleaded guilty to charges of embezzlement. Martin will be allowed out ou bail of 000. It is understood that the object of the judgment-is to enable Martin to progress toward restitution which will have important bearing on sen- tence.. TAX ON CIGARETTES Washington, D.' Dec. 14.- -The Chicago, .Dec. there will be a new schema "of consolidating the packing plants of Western Canada. as reported from Winnipeg could not bo confirmed here today although It was ascertained that a secret meet- ing of men said to be interested in such an enterprise was being held to- day. Thoso participating in .the con- ference were said to bo F. H. Mac- IttOtl, a capitalist of Winnipeg, W. Anderson, and J. Herbert' Anderson of Spokane, E. C. Macdoriald of Wash- ington; A. O. McConnel of Montana, and Albert Galana of "Helena, Mont, It was said that only one of the con- ferees is decidedly interested in the cattle industry. J. H. Herbert An- derson, said to be a prompter, said: "It will Ijc impossible to say any- thing of the proceedings as yet and it is probable that nothing whatever will be made public. 1 can't say 3rou know what is the nature of the con- ference." .House: today 'passed a, bill placing annual tax of 6a all dealers of cigarettes and cigarette papers in the District of Columbia. WENT THROUGH ICE. Saskatoon, Dec. is feared now that John Lang, residing eight miles' from town, who disappeared two wejks. ago, fell .through a hole in the ice in the river. METHODIST MINISTER DEAD. .Toronto, Dee. J. J. Rice, 78 years old, who was run down by a street car last week, died of injuries in the hospital yesterday. He was a well known-Methodist minister. CANADA AS A PART OF THE STATES DreamingEriglUhman Draws a Picture Of the Future Westminster, u. u., JJec. The public executioner J. R. Kad- pliffu and his assistant arrived on this morning's train. On Wednesday and Thursday they will supervise the final arrangements for the banging on Friday morning next of the three condemned murderers. Parttilla and Jenkins are both receiving the bene- fits of religious instruction at the hands of the Salvation Army, the Ohinauien receiving from a fellow- countryman who is a missionary. FIRE LOSSES IN TORONTO. Toronto, Dec. losses in Toronto for 1908 will probably be or below 1907, which amounted to .a very ab- normal figure. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS HAD SOME SURPRISES London, Dec. John McKinder, director of the London School of Economics and Political Science, ad- dressing the Compatriots' Club last night, said that the tendency ol the younger generation in Canada was towards independence, -though they hardly realized the at this mo- OFF FOR CHINA. Ottawa, Dec. L. McKenzie An Airship Line fteriin, Dec. The newspapers of Hcrlin today published details of the plans of a German company with headquarters on Frankfort-on-the Main, which proposes to build seven airships and maintain regular sail- ings between 2-1 German cities. A number of capitalists and sporting men an: said to be interested. The M-, treat the idea with papers, scepticism. RENFREW IN A BAD WAY. Ottawa, Dec. Bonnechero river is now so low that the Renfrew Power Company is in a dilemma for power. Last night the churches ex- RAILWAY WILL BE THE MAIN TOPIC For Consideration By the Legislature Of Alberta King left this afternoon for New cne were dark. The whence he sails Wednesday for Eng- ers are using iainps and land en route to China. YORK LOAN SALES. Toronto, Dec. of the York Loan Company state that has been realized from sales MR. FIELDING IN PARIS, rails, Dt-c. W. S. Field- ing, the Canadian Minister of Fi- nunce, arrived here today. His visit Paris is in connection with (.he C. B. Bowman Headed the Poll David King In Third Wm. Oliver Elected By One Vote KICKS HIMSELF TO DEATH, Ond Wild Ass That Achieved What So Many Have Failed In. New York, Dec. wild ass of Persia, presented to the New York Zoological Society by Lord Bradford, has 'mingled with the. elements through the funnel" of the Atlantic transport liner Mesaba, in yesterday from London. Before going up the flume the ass. kicked dents in his stall and made kindling of the wood- work thereof. He himself out trying to. kick, .the ship to pieces. He was also seasick. was an un- usually large arid had a fierce _ temper.. Burying ;an ass-at .sea seemed ra bit ridiculous to Capt CUre, and he had the carcase put; in the furnace to help give speed' to the ship. There had been much speed in the ass when he-was alive. He was valued at about The municipal elections yesterday resulted as was expected in the one particular that everybody expected to bo surprised. That there was very Httle interest taken was "shown by the small number of votes polled, there being only 364 ballots cast and thc voting on these was so badly split up that hot a candidate got a majority vote although C. B. Bow- man, who headed the list, came close to it with -181 votes. Probably the biggest siirpri.sc' in the results was tho' of Arthur Frayne, the North Ward candidate, who W. MaNicol for sixth place. This is said "to be due to the fact that the North-IWurd: "elector's--did -Ttot-gct to polls as it is claimed that the voters- on thc south side did their dutyrlnT voting: -for- hinv been a polling place across the track, it is not improbable that the result might have been "different. As it was-was "-the "result-was as J' G. Hatch.............................. 178 D. King................................. 146 ment. There was strong feeling al- most throughout the Dominion against annexation to the United States, but there existed also a standing tempta- tion to give them powder to arrange commercial terrnsLvhich must end in political union. If such coalition was formed it would arouse? in Europe an inactive, perljaps, but still real. In self defence it would be compelled to take'-'ccrrimand of the "7 'i ocean, and the powers of the East, instead to Great Britain, would look'. America. Could Britain in such circumstances retain India and South Africa? As Lord Milner said, the Dutch .would be loyal for reasons of not of senti- ment. But if Canada parted from of real estate of the defunct company Frauco-Canadian treaty, which was this month so far. negotiated last summer. Wm. Oliver.................: Great Britain, empire "would end, and Had a Big Majority Lee Is Mayor Of Edmonton Frost Won Out In Claresholm Jas. Ashcroft 120 J. W. McNicol 114 A. Frayne 114 C. J. Eckstorm 84 Gus. Neidig 81 Browa Pipes 33 C. B. Bowman, G. at. Hatch and David. King are accordingly elected For the two-year term and for the one-year term there was a tie be- tween Wm. Oliver and Jas. Ashcroft. It was up to secretary-treasurer G-. W- Robinson as returning officer to cast- the deciding vote between, the candidates. As some of the electors had voted for five candidates instead of four find thus spoiled their ballots and ll> of the attraction for the disappear. Dutch would CHANGE ROUTE OF TilE CM. Town Of Cowley Will Be S Removed Land Being Oliver, Mr. .Robinson took their in- tion-as the basis for "his- action in making him the alderman "to serve the one year term, with a vote of to Ashcrcft's 120. FRUITFUL KANSAS. Her Farmers Richer by Millions Than They Were a Year Ago, Topeka, Kan., Deo. year's farm product and live stock values Kansas, as shown" by the report oi the State Board of Agriculture, are more than or 000 mere than the State's-red letter year, .1907. The total yield of wheat this year is bushels, and its value, is over The corn yield is over bushels, and its value is more than JOHN D. AND HOMOEOPATHY. Dr. Biggar Says His Patient is V Living Testimonial. .Toledo, ;Qliio, Dec. F; Biggar, -of Cleveland, the Rockefeller faiinly physician, cited his patient as a living testimonial :for homoeopthy before' the quarterly meeting ol the Northwestern Homoeopathic Medical Society many years of during which he could scarcely. eat, anything, Mr. Rockefel- ler, turned to homoeopathy, and now he.cannot, eat' anything without get- ting fat. TWO NEW STEAMERS. Victoria, B.C., Dec. new Princesses are tc be built for the C. TOM PHILLIPS FOR EDMONTON. Calgary, Aita., Dec. Phillips, the high-priced .Stanley Cup player, jcjgistered at thexAlberta hotel yesterday on his way" to Edmonton to play for that city in the Stanley Cup games against the Montreal Wanderers in Montreal during the latter part of the month. Cowley, Dec. 14. Considerable ac- tivity has developed lately in real estate, a number of blocks of farm- ing land ing changed -hands. ,T. il. Easterbrook has purchased a h'alf- section from the Palouse Land Co.; Rjch, Coates has bought fraction al strip along the river from C. B. P. according to unofficial informs- Miller; J. C. Drewry has sold 'to tion, "one for service between Vic- j Mr. Hodgson of Montreal his house toria and Vancouver, to supplement! the Princess Victoria1 and Princess coming from Scotland. A WINNIPEG STAGE ROMANCE. Son of Controller Cockburn Weds Leading Lady at the Unique. Winnipeg; Dec. A little ro- mance in which the sou of one of the newly elected controllers and a fair- BOY SENT FOR TRIAL? H. Mego'ffis, aged -18, appeared -before justice of the "peace Monday .last' on >v chargefof stealing money from a re- gistered letter in the Baljennie P.O. He confessed to having one fifty-dollar bill, and was sent to Bat- tleford to await trial. haired, blue-eyed Unique Theatre Tia actress at :the recently come to FARMER'S NARROW ESCAPE. Ninga, Man., Dec. V. Ana- bels came near losing one of his arms on Tuesday last. Being engaged in chopping grain rie leaned over the machine to get a bag, and his sleeve was caught in -the gearing. 'Before the windmill could be stopped the forearm had been stripped of flesh and the muscles badly lacerated. Toronto Students In a Big Scrap and land by the river. He will build again in the spring. Wm. Biggar has bought from C. R. Valois his.: hold- ings. The last named will, remove to WORLD1 CHAMPION SCULL'ER Wanganui, North Island, N.-Z., Dec. Arnst, of New Zealand today won thc sculling championship of the world by defeating'W. Webb, also of New by eight length, time 10 min. 52 sec. Distance cov- ered "X miles. Arnst led through- out. a happy climax in their marriage. The bridegroom is young Cockburn aria the lady" is Flora Parker, the; principal girl of the vivacious Unique Company. Miss Parkei is twenty- one years of age, and is a Chicago" father is dead, but her -mo- ther lives on Jackson Boulevard. in the west side of the city. Her -mo- ther' "was until" recently a compara- tively wealthy woman, but invested her money in orange groves in Cuba, from which she is unlikely to secure much return for some time. Miss Parker has only been on the stage about six months, and is described as a clever girl, and to have made progress. The happy pair are staying at tho Majestic hotel. Toronto, Dec. students met those :of School of Science on varsity yesterday. The "Mcds." were having photos taken when the science men spied them. The result was a melee, resulting in black eyes, smashed hats and torn clothes. President Falconer who had been un- well, from cold, hart to be called to quell the disturbance. Sixty-nine dows in the School of Science and twenty-three in the medical building were broken. REDUCED CABLE RATES London, Dec. question of the reduction of cable rates between Groat Britain and Canada will be taken up in earnest earlv next .spring of when accredited representatives the governments 'for the two coun-1 trios will meet and canvas the sub- ject thoroughly, Mr. Lemienx, tho Canadian Postmaster .General, who FATAL FALL FROM BARN. Strathcona, Dec. funeral took place today of Wm. Durdle. who fell from a barn was raising near Independence, and broke his neck. Deceased operated the ferry between Edmonton and Strathcotia for the last 14 summers. Divine Healer's Crazy Talk Coleman. Particulars of prices paid are not obtainable but it ie under- stood that the figures were high in each case. The C. P. R. is negotiating with ranchers along the new route so there is no-longer any doubt that the town will be removed, and the new line vwill run about a jmUe southwest of the present route, cut- ting through the farms of P. Fortier, J. Carney, J. G. Spinney. C. Lafon- taine, J. Johnson and H. Bouthellier, and others. This will be a great dam- age to the property involved and the owners will hold out for a price that will compensate xheir ranches being cut through. Mr. -and Mrs. Jos. Allison and children returned from Spokane, on Saturday, where they spent a week visiting the Fruit Fair. Mrs. Pettit started for 'the East on Saturday to spend the winter with friends in and about Hamilton, Ont. The School Board at a recent meet- ing re-encaged Mr. T. B. Hoidge as principal of the Public School for six months at tho expiration of which time he will have to take resi- dence .on his homestead and pre-emp- tion near the Big Bow. The Ladies Guild in connection with the Anglican Church held a very successful sale of w6rk and ar "At Home" on Friday last. Abou" was realized which will form i the nudes of a building fund for a church when the now townsite is Calgary, Alta., Dec. R. Jam- was' elected %mayor in the bal- loting of yesterday by a big plurality. He gets the record vote polled for mayor of defeats James Horn- by by 434 and Samis by 939 and R. J. Stuart by 983. Yesterday after- noon saw the close of the most kcon- ly contested l; mayprality election in the history of this city. Up to close of the polls each of the candidates appear.-d confident of victory and the rt-su'lt surprised many. The sit- uation is accepted generally now that the best man has won and the citizens as a rule are satisfied with the result. The following aldermen were also elected: Ward Specr, Moodie. Ward 2r-Menarey, Ward Mitchell, Wallace. Ward Egbert, Reilly. School Trustees were: Short. Hutchings and Macdonald.. Only a returns of the election of separ- ate school trustees were received lasi night but these indicate the election oPMorrW and Plunkett. Taber W. Douglas, by acclam ation. Smith 74, John Haynes 71, A. L. Wood 66, Adan Russell 16. First three elected. School P. Wallace an S. J. Layton, by aclarnation. Raymond H. Rivers, M.D., by ac clamatiou. S. Allen 87, T. J O'Brien SO, W. T. Harris 76; elected School A, Redd, T. 0 King, G. W. Green, elected. M. A. Coombs 65. Jonathan Hunt John Holmes 43, S. S Newton "29. irst three elected. Magrath. C. Jensen Jr., by acclam- D. H. Bingham, J. B. Uric, Alvin Rich, acclamation. School B. J. Clark, Gus. timer, W. Evans, by aclamation. Edmonton Mayor R. Lee. Wilfrid Gariepy, J. E. ,undy, Dr. Mclnnis, Andrew Gear, McKenny, D. R. Eraser. Claresholm E. W. 'Frost, 48 maj. Wm. Barclay, Donald Horn, J. Cummings. School C. J. Braen, EJ. amies, C. E. Til] pt ion. Medicine Hat D. Milne, aclamation. P. Robertson, j. E. How-son, J. H. Collier, Huckvale, Morrow, Penhale, McKay, 'Spencer. Brotherton, Hawthorne, ,'vhite. Macleod Calgary, Dec. W. H. Gush ing, who leaves today for Edmonton, stated to the Albertuc. on Saturday that tho date 1'or the opening of the session had not as yet been decided upon and would not be until Premier Rutherford returned from Ottawa. It will however, likely be on the same date in January. When asked as to what would most Hkeljf be the principal business of the Cession Air. Gushing said that .while of course there would be the usual number of minor legislation such as the amending of existing ordinances and the passing of some new ones the big question would be the govern- ment's railway policy, This he considered should commend itself to the people of southern Al- berta, and especially to the people of Calgary. The country, he said, is in great' need of railways and as the Dominion government are slow in the matter, it is the policy of the provincial gov- ernment to hasten matters. A redistribution bill has also been talked oi but Gushing was not in a position to outline what fona the proposed legislation would take or make any further statements on the subject. He has recently returned from a private business visit to Nelson, B. 0., and states that business is fairly active throughout the Kootenay. Cardston T. Brown, acclamation H. B. Staepoole'' Aylen. -------------------------------------------'.___ Lambert 84, M. C. MacLeau 71, I. Hale 63, R. Gardiner 5'2, J. Kearney 42. The first three elected. School G. Mathews 95, S. Heap 82, R. G. MacDonnell 67, K. Langdon 54. The first three elected Other Alberta Toyns Red Botterill. Hainstock. D. C. Corbitt. -W. J. McNa- mara. M. Sharpe elected ma- yor by a majority of two. Duggan. Maple W. A. Doug- Ins, acclamation. Fort Dr. KING EDWARD'S HEALTH. Bears Every Indication of Being Much improved. London, Dec. Edward left here for Brighton today, bis ap- pearance indicating that he had prac- tically recovered from his recent at- tack of influenza. He will remain it the seaside resort until about Ded. 21st, when he goes to Sandringharn for the holidays. By that time he expects to have fully regained his health. As he boarded the train here today his Majesty chatted pleasant- ly with the railroad .officials on the platform, and cordially acknowledg- ed the salutations of his fellow-pas- sengers. His eye was bright, his step brisk, and he gave every indication of rapid convalescence. MINISTER SENTENCED. Winnipeg, Man., Dec. Vic- tor Henning, pastor of the German Lutheran Church .on Logan was yesterday sentenced by Judge Myers to two years- in penitentiary for criminal assr-ult upon Lizzie Corn- bergcr, a girl under 14 years. Four Babies At A Birth Puxico, Mo., Dec. girl ba- bies were born early this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Jones, of Puxi- co; One of the babies lived five hours, the others arc doing well and probably will live. They weighed from three to four pounds each, and are well developed. The mother is resting easily tonight. Reuben Jones is superintendent of schools of Pnxico and county school commissioner of Stdddard county. Fernie, Dec. might have been a serious fire started Saturday evening in R. T. Hamilton's piumb- ng and tin shop, caused from the ex- plosion of a gasoline tank. The fire was soon extinguished after the ar- rival of tho fire brigade and no ser- ious damago resulted except to stock from water. Had the fire not been checked when it was and had gotten through the building it- might have resulted more seriously, as there was a neavy wind blowing which would GRAND SIRE OF 1. 0. O. F. DEAD Nashville, Tenn., Dec. John J. Nolen, Grand Sire of the Sov- ereign Grand Lodge Independent Or- der of Odd Fellows, died at a local hospital yesterday. The cause of death was heart failure following af- ter an operation. DR. DEAN WELL LIKED. Physician's Departure from Maple Creek to Lethbridge Regretted. That Dr. and Mrs. Dean, who have recently come to Lethbridge from Ma- ple Creek, were most highly esteemed in tihat place, is evidenced by the fact that after they left the a. uirnvy HIU v.uuKl1 t v i i i 7i c t .1 citizens of that town have presented have quickly spread the fire to the HftMtir adjoining building, the National Ho- tel. CASTRO AT BERLIN. the doctor with a valuable gold-head- ed cane, and Mrs. Dean with a1 valu- able present. When Mr. F. W. Downer came back from Maple Creek v ,r T, on Sunday night, the people there en- Bcrlm, Deo. 15.-President Castro, {Q him the fo DR. STEWART !S W.M. The election of officers of North Star Lodge, No. 4. A. F. and A. M., Ills., Dec. fixed. at a meeting here last nigbt that the late Mr. McKinlcy was an anarchist. Messrs Ernest-' Borthwick and Albert JohnMon will make a trip to is now on his honiti voyage devoted j took place last night. The. lodge was much of his time in London to tho matter. visited by District Deputy Grand of thc poiicc. that he had turned more people loose the East for the Holiday season, to prey on society than any man in starting this week, the world and that the assassination j Municipal aorninfituonis will be of McKinlcy was ail right, except' on Monday. Jan. 4 and election that it did not happen soon r. vwk lator. if necessary. the self-styled "Divjno Healer" Schlatj tcr, only escaped personal violence i from a niob through tho intervention'. P. L. Nafsxnith has sold to W. R. Hull, the well known Calgary cattle man, two lots on the northeast of Venezuela and members of his party arrived here this evening. The Venozu el an Charge de Affairs at Ber- lin, the Consul and prominent Vene- zuelans, met him, making their way to his car with great difficulty through an enthusiastic crowd amidst sounds to Dr and Mrs. Dean. The Ranching News, of 'Maple Crook, referring to Dr. Dean's de- parture, and Mrs. Deane and litile daughter Madge left for Lethbridgo, Alta., on Friday, Dec. ot "Long live Castro." corner of Redpath and DufTcrin Sts. 4th. Many friends were at the sta- tion to say good-bye and wish them jail good things in their new home. DUTCH MADE SECOND CAPTURE Much genuine regret is felt at the re- LONG SEALING CRUISE. officers escorted! Victoria. B.C., Doc. With 260 Master Hugh Scott, o! this city. The j Schlatter to a hotel ami to the first! sealskins socured nearer the Sou'h He is ot tho opinion that ttuv rate j eloction results were as j train out of town, followed by citil than any sealers have, ever boon of two conts a word ia feasible. [W.M., Dr. J. S. Stewart; S.W., A." ________ jRipley; J.W., E. B. Dooley: Tj'ler, for Mr. Hull was in tho j city last veek and was greatly im- pressed with thc growth and pros- I Tho Hapuc, Doc. is said here today th.it Butch warships op-crating moval of Dr. and Mrs. Deane, and it i-; not too much to sav that in iheir poets of this city. may erect a block on the lots he just acquired. on the r-oofti of Venezuela have cap-! departure Maple Creek suffers a real It is possible anntlu'r coast guard j ]05S. Dr. Deane was presented by the known as "23 Msyo.' The i Bisons with a Vmitiiul gold Past crew wort- landed on tho Ven- ezuelan const and the vessel is pro- A. Mcuiiivary or wcyourn, Hugh Taylor of Regina, Sask., and W. F. Sharp from Oker, N.D., came iii with cars of settle in this district. Skeith; Treasurer, T. McXabb. After the regular business was over the zens threatening to do him violence; scaling schoonor Agnes arrived if ho did not leave at once. Schlat- j Doough, Baloom, to Quincy, liii. Durban, s-oulli according to a cablegram re- A party ofScotch farm laborers and I ceived She sailru ffvrfi Hali- toj brethren of the order enjoyed a servants sailed for Canada i fax on Seplvmbor 1st on thc longest Iquet. [yesterday on the Empress of Britain, j sealing cruise ever taken. WILL RANCH AT COCHRANE Cochraiie, Doc. I ceeding to Curaco in prize charge of a nephew'of Lord St. Ahvyn. formerly! LIBERAL CLUB IN TORONTO. known "as Sir Michael Torontu. Dec. Liberal Club, Ma.-ter's jewel with diamond setting and a handsome fitted suit case. The nurses of ihe hospital gave him a j lovoly fiterling eigaiette case, while i the members oi the Council and other friends gave Mrs. Deane a beautiful sterling silver toilet set in leather mom- ine gviu- lor Lovbourn, arrived here from Van-jberhip of 500. is assured for Toronto. ed ebony cane, suitably inscribed, all couvor on Thursday and will take! Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Sir R. Cart- up ranching and fanning with E. H. jwri.ehi, Hon. G. P. Graham, and Hon. Abell. [C. Murphy are among the members. of which tends to show the high es- teem in which they were held by all ;