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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Lctliltrldge, Alberta. Friday CENTS Old Sea-Dog and Sea Lord in Fierce Wordy Warfare WINSTON'S TWIT Says Sir Charles is Sore Over Not Gelling the Ap- pointment' London, hard lan- guage was and venomous feeling aroused in the House oi Com- mons, this-, afternoon over the retire- ment Oi Vice-Admiral.Sir Francis C. Bridgcman from the position of First Sealord Of the British Admiralty. Admiral Lord Charles Hercsiord, is a member of..the bouse, and Winston Churchill, First Lord of the. Admiralty, reviled each other 'the .limit-allowed in the liritish Parliament. Lord Charles lieresford charged Mr Churchill with pursuing a policy of hribes and threats. he said, Jacksonville, Flu., Dec. 11 rs. Robert C. MiiCoruiIck, of New York, who arrived in Jack- sonville' today, reported tho IOSR of a diamond brooch con- taining 23 diamonds, valued at which was either lost or stolen while Mrs. Mc- Cormick Was a passenger on the Richmond, Frederieksburg Potomac railway. ff ft Q 'If f. IN NORTH DAKOTA How the New York American views the complaint of Great Britain gainst the United Staies admlniitration of the Panama Can.l Gland loikb Dec. i'O ho first geneial btorni of the winlei held sway over North Dakota night, though -with a fairly moderate temperature prevailing. Up to midnight a foot of snow had fallen, and' (it times the 'wind reached a, velocity of 40 allies an hour! In Grand Forks the stieet cm service was de- moralized. Trains were badly dolaj cd Fifth Street Merchant Found DeacU Was Apparently Despon- dent Over Business Worries Was to Have Married Minneapolis Girl Jan. I Oth Lived Here Year PECULATION AS .'TO WHY GIRL JUMPED FROM SEVEN- STOREY BUILDING Los Angeles, Cal., Dec., 'Frances Broil, who'fell from the''sev- enth floor o! the-Los-Angeles Trust "the scalords disagree with Mr. and Savings building yesterday, mas' Churchill's-autocratic assumption oi recover, according 'to -statements the executive as well as the admin- made today hj- hospital surgeons, islratiyc authority, they were dis- Miss Croft herself declared she ex missed in insolent letters.'" pcctcd to get well Mr.- Churchill's reply was crisp; Miss GroU is'still.-'unable: to say' and stinging. what caused the fall. Surgeons be- Lord Charles said, lieve sire obeyed the impulse loum-i) had made a number of insinuations and.made the leap without further ot a veil- gioss character -thought Such impulses, they satrt lie has sulked m (he background fioquentl) camr to persons when nailing for an opportunity to make looking down from huh places chaiges unsupported bj the Mr. Churchill has declared. "He has levelled .scurrilous allegations of es- pipnage, favoiiiism, blackmail and ini-fficiency against me bul I never taken him loo senouslv lie dots not mean to lie ,ib ofienbije as he reallv u, I am sorrv he TV as not Tado admual of the he con linued, "a 1 Inovv how sole he Impressive Memorial Service for Late Ambassador Held at Historic Westminster- Premier Present and King Represented London, Dec. 20. Ihc memorial Css of Marlboiough the o, rfif-T-innp tf.v 41. _ i_i- i 11 _n _ ui SIIFFRAGEIIrl Despondent because he had a note j foi a large amouni coming due tins 11 month which hi was unable '.'to .meet, Samuel LccXeib, 3J vears of .'age, an Vus-tiian-JevVj and a met 01 this citv, took his life hv 'his own hands last night, almost .oh the ev e of his matnagc.'tu a oung Minneapolis lady. Leckers commit- ted this rash act in' tlie basement of the house which he had rent- ed as a. home for his bride-lo-he. The suicide has caused a -sensation in Jewish circles in 'the .city where Lrckers kept a small clothing iloro on >th si, beside tho Printers and Plationeib lie had bought it j. from Mr Sadowski, who lormerh occupied the stand His residcncii in the city dales for veai, but previous to coming here, lie had lived for 11 jeais. in Mont- real, and was a naturalized Brltibli subject, haling voted at the labt municipal elections a couple oi wcclB ago uiKtuig ma WILL ATTEND ..BALL IN THEIR self-murdcr. Lcckers is well known Last .evening he ate his supper at the VV Jinan's who own a second hand store oppo- site the Herald. He seemed in" his j usual spirits and no one had anv I inkling that he was, contemplating HONOR TONIGHT AT NEXT STOP uc services for the late Vmbassadoi Wellington Princess Hatsdeldt Ladv Whitelaw Reid, celebrated today m I lunccfote Ladj bttathcona and Westminster Abbey, was an impies sive ceremony. The honor of such a I G'elleral service m Great Britain s most nib jttadsworth lishkill N 1 Dec ed bv vestcrdav s 32 mile tump" the lour suffragette pilurims en route to Albany slept lite this morning; With Earl) in the evening he w ent to the house he had'rented, 650 Cth St., i w heie he has been sleeping foi the past few weeks. After .reaching the house he turned on the light in beuroom, took off Int collar and Ho had a brother m 'laber, also "a storekeeper, who was immcdiatelv'J notified, and who rushed to the citv n an automobile to take charge of' .he funeral aiiangements Thev had rath come to Alberta ai the same [me. Second iiteinpl 'successful That this was not the fust at- empt Lcckers had made on his life nas the statement also elicited from 'i Irs Feinstem Leckers has lairiet! before, and after the death 01 his wiic, he became so despondent that he endeavored to take his life bj slushing his thioat with a razor The wire was about it, but since t have at the admiralty 1 have discoieied tl at it w ould be verj difficult to get a hoard of naval men to approve such an ap- pointment llr Churchill reiteiakd that ho had written to Adnnr.ll UndKe insisting on his icsignalion solelv Ou account of the admiral's health "rcn dering him mtap.ible of fulfilling hi' duties TROOPS BEING HELD r'lN 'READI- NESS FOR PECIALLY .RAILWAY CORPS lH CENIS EFFORT TO CHECKMATE CRU. SADE OF WOMEN TO LOWER COST OF LIVING Chicago, 111., Dec. club women became egg merchants today. They planned to sell a mil- lion eggs at 34 cents a dozen in their campaign against. the high cost of that product. As soon as the women ..had their sale, retail grocers plastered the fronts of with signs of- fering eggs at 22 cents a dozen, 3 cents less than the price asked by the women. The grocers advertised their product as "guaranteed .April storage the same quality as sold by tiie wonita. "Uadnd, Dec among -the railroad employees is -spreading anew. The men charge the companies with failure to fulfil their, promises, and it is feared that a general-strike on1 .January 1 is Inevitable.-'' The government has recalled -all soldiers on leave, and Is hastening the organization of this recently cre- ateo railroad hattalllons. .HAD HEAD ACROSS RAIL tofic cathedral has only on a lew occasions been accorded to. _nj bul British subjects of great importance and distinction. Then in-the'congregation 01 3iOO that assembled this morning ncarh half were American residents .'in Eng land including the staff of the ericali Embassey and ConsulaterGcn- eral. tho government and even class 01 public life, together with the artistic, and literarj world were represented The dav was grav and gloomv, tjpical of I ondon win ler All the congregation vyeic orcls, cd, in tlie deepest black The rooes, of the clergy and the choir and the flames fiom the clusters 01 candles, before the altai -vvcrc the only spots, of colot against the datk bton wall lined with tablets and busts o! him drefe of noted dead. Funeral match es. were played while the great con gresation assembled. Prince Arthur of Connaughfc as representative of King George and Q..CCE Mar "Mou it Rojal the American C vilrv ,iRm wnc, '-ommission beaded hv Brigad cr a walk OI C1S't miles to Tap- which hanged him VI McCleinjn and Tra American SecictaiJ legation at leheran j jie going to give a hall Mr and Mrs Ogden Jills i our honor it Vi appingers J alls to- lnc ohmr 011 of reach to accomplish r _ ui u iiinca LO uiuiu nangcu nun me wire was ig pingeis Falls ah-ad mr today they placed around one oi the tatters, and Di decided not to start until noon. about his neck, and indications vvcrc that he had stood on a cnait kicking ...o tu- chair 01 the son and daughter in law r the night Mis-s Rosalie C Jones ms Purpose. ind vvo're The tragedy was not discovered nn- tll alter nine o clock th s, rponnng The bo, at the store, becoming uu- easj because ins cinplojer did appear until long aftet ustia? houi, not lied the coat, throwing them on the bed, and ilhe pioved unsuccessful went to the basement, where with Ihov evcr, altho-gh the deceased car- four or the feet of rubber covered ,ried a steal beat on his neck as an icluc lidit wire, he male the rope, evidence of his intention to do awav with himself Lecker'i, death has caused the break m the Jewish commumtj of --------j, Howe tepre. finting Queen Mother Alexandra the tepre dfums and trumpets" .otllc.r Peonages, sonorous roll of the drums and Prince Louis of burst, of the .trumpets in the "Dead jn late ambassadot armed it 115 leader of the pilgrimage mouth this morning bjlt their steam I "11 going 1o dance ei docked loo late tcF permit of their The v eather todav was lear but teaching London for the service cold fahortlj aftetnoon a. recession..! was plaved on thc grealj organ and tlio AtchDiihops, ol Cantelburv and lork with the flight RevJ Itc TJd- vvard Rjle Dean Oi %stimnsier. Ob be, went tn theft pjacps while the choir chanted the ot too burial tcrncc The mnelwl'i Psalm was sunD to PurcelU music Ihe les on irom thc nfteenlh chapter of the fust enislle to the '.Corinthians. vards tteslev ,s an diem lie will swallow up death m Mrtorv was sting then Dean Rjle tead fart burial service. The music was sung In the Vbbov choit assisted bv the choir ol tlie Chapel Rojal Md the-great organ was played-by Sir vmans vv. whom deccaseJ took Ins mCBlb Bali" hi Goodman was notilie'd and togeth ei All1 v man .vith the .Babb' went to the house to 'rnydtli- gats rhe Joor was but they tuimuuuiuj ot this cilv for some timer and all oi the Hebrew faith are ovcicasfc with gloom at the tirtnedv TROUBLESOME TIME FORMING A CABINET Upkio Dec fresh u'lsua In the foimatlou of tha Cabinot under Fduco Taro Katsura." Vice-Admiral Baron Minoru Saito 'the Minister of Marine, who had -been re- tained in office hj Prince Katsula now refuses to-remain, and therseeui-x THEY WILL ASK PRIVILEGE RE VICTUALLING ADRIANOPLE Ulc coihpletioli o? the new govern- ment Constantinople, .Dec. strucllons forwarded in foiibtahle Dodas vv.ii, detailed to in- vtstigatc Police Discover Giutsomc Sight 'i-iiving at the scene ot the Uaq- he fo'ced an entrance I one of the vv indovv s, and fmd.n.; i- Leckers not in tho bed room where tho Ottoman the hghi was he went to the 'luilyell DV Hll" I------ I.IH, wututuiiu "it. un Ilti TO L11C DISP- nedeiick Bridge who had a baud ot Ooiernmchl to Rechad Paslu the nenl Tllelc lle v as comronted with drums -nmi m._ i u" The leader ol the of Russia, the Vice Chancellors t .'.'.'March and their accom- --------...j.u UL, ujiKui.i; and cncir and Cambridge the many boys' Moosomiu, Sask., Dec. 'un- deutified man was struck and killed by train No. 2 last night about a mile west of here. Ho was lying across the track with Ins head on one of the rails. Death must "have been instan- taneous. His head-was- crushed by the blow. BIG ENGLISH MAIL Calsury, Dec. bulk of the Kngilsh Christmas mail is due to ar- rive In Calgary at 7.25 p.m. today. This contains over parcels .for distribution from Great Britain. This is one oi' the largest English mails that ever reached here. City's Population is Over Oxford _ Premier Asimitii, Foreign Secretary'j ta'w'es'leV's'hj-mn, "Let Saints on Earth in Concert' Sing" were tinsur passed in solemnity- iirri beauty. Wreaths from President Tail and Secretary of State Kuox were, dis- played in the Abbey. The mourners .wore. John Hubert Ward, son-in-law of the late ambassador, the Earl and Countess of Granard. Miss Brecken- ridge of San Francisco, and the staffs of the United Slate's Ei iginald McKcnna. tary-'Lonis Harcourt, Lord Rresidcnb- ,ol' the Council Viscount In' dian Secretary the Marquis of Crewe, and President of the Board of trade Sydney Buxion, were seated in the front pews. Others present included, Attornej-- Oeneral 'Rufus Isaacs, the Duke TuiKis-h I'eace delega- tion in London, authorizes him to treat with the Greek delegates with- out their previous signature of the armistice protocol. The .Turkish delegation is author- ized to apply during tomorrow's iiiccling: for .permission .for the re- victualling of the fortress at Adrian- oplc. In official circles here it is plained that the change in-attitude toward Greece has now turned so much to the advantage of Turks thai, tlie Turkish government would TWO MONTREALERS GOING TO CONTEST ENGLISH SEATS AT NEXT ELECTION illlo.rai Although the new city directory lory by. 4j. The local men are will lieing prepared by the Business Men's j Ing to multiply the .number of em- Associot.ion is not yet completed, those in charge, Mr. Hay and Mr. Fleming, are already hazarding I guesses on thc probahio population of Lc being three, making the popula- FAILED CONVINCE COURT And there is just heir minds if Lethb question vyould be over the mark, Iville and Harriieville has been arVc the ;sthe raincs Then, too, North Lethbridge has tali of 1911. Thai census gave Leth- built 75 per cent, of the nevv resi- imdge.and environs a population o.' deuces erected in tho city this year, Th'.Vo -n" i :Md lhc who compiled -nil! he approximately iuuO.-.ihe ncw dircctorv stated that there London, Dee. Clias. Newhouse Armstrong, vice-chairman of the iUon- troal street railway, will be' the next; geiitrj opinio, Conservative candidate for the Collie last election this seat went Liberal by majority. THAT "KITTY" WAS FOR RE- FRESHMENTS ONLY Evidently ii is possible to prove a case against gamblers, in spile of the to the contrary. The four gamblers arresled in Buardsley's gaming house on Fifth street South last week, were ihis morning found i giueson" sight lockers, was hang- ing cold in death and evetj thing pointed to his suicide earlv libl I night. Coioner Huniphnes was immedt -itch notllied and made an invest! gallon i he evidences 01 selr-nmrder were so clear that he', did not cbn- dead AT LAST CONSTITUTION .WILL BE GIVEN TO FEUDAL GER- MAN STATES SIOPT. an inquest nccc3ral, Tl hi was left in charge oi the bodv To Have Married Jan. Jiit'h Talking to othci members 01 th Hebrew' congregation this morning the Herald learned that i ecters h.U been despondent ol late Mrs Fein stem stated that he had a note for a large amount of money couiiii" duo this, month Business was, not what >t might h.-ve bi-en aid tne deceased was thereiore m financial uifliculties Ihev had not suspected his rash in (tentioiii, foi leckcis, va to have married a little riebreiv gnl living in Minneapolis Jan 10th lie had rented thc house where his' dead body, was found on the lirst of De- cemhei anil hid ilreadv partlv mt- nished it picpaialou m bunffinE; lome Ins bride He leit no anyone explaining liis FRENCH TROOPS BOXED UP Rabat, "Morocco, Dec lebels in tho Mogadoi district have surrounded d detachment of French boons, eonblstlns of two _compames of Zouaves, according to native advic- es lecelved here Tho troops are HOC in sufficient strength to break through.' 'he rebels Reinforcements aie sent to relieve. TEAMS BROKE THROUGH .-ICE NEAR MIRROR LANDING- DRIVERS ESCAPED i Xenstrelltz, Mecklenburg Strelitz, Dec. (irand Duke Adolf 1'Mcdrich today issued a 're- script announcing -that the seats would bo convoked in extraordinary session in 3913 to enact a constitution Athabasca Dec. Yesterday two .brothers. named Brunie, each with a sleigh load pt second class, mail foi thc Peace bioko thioiwh the lcc on the sca River, four miles below Mirror Landing. They lost the entire mail-, outfit and IIGTKCS. The northern rivers are not safe, owing to the mild weather. Today" the temperature is just zero. Closing Exercises in the Schools from tlio two grand duchies of Meek- This is a happy day some two thousand school Closing- exercises ave in .order, am ul MOL.. tomonow the shoit vacation begins H. Halm, another Canadian.'.guilty of being frequenters of a com-llenbiirg-Sohwbrlii ant! lear tl10 children enjov a two will conwBt the Gorton division of bj. rn6poctol. West I which now are the sole states! wechs llolid" Ine longest hollda ev- Lancashire, in winch the last Alec- I in Eurnnp. nm 01 given at Christmas in the Leth The fact that Christ tlon resulted in a Laboi- candidate E" the Unionist by 673 majority. dollars Both candidates are Conservatives four, .Moftat, Leahy, Lazu-rak and Fer-[ existing feudal'form ibtlriirp .-uu. icviuus uuHnipis nave beoni fc costs. 1 he icr many to mocleniize tho j mas anil and personal friends of Sir Max Alkln. S name the kiddies a of i ihat part of -the citv which1 iit-fni1 actually cmpTdyed in the i habitation. nit. njinics 01 no Kciiool din- i ]f'Jdffo diivciorv nor of any housewives or nil S !.'1C Co., vyould j Previously acknnvvlcdscd Loyal Order of Moose i ,.7. iri.OflO and point to thn i .llation n rriiT. I l..i population iHimbw of names iu the dircc-' mail, is conservative.' 110. 1. l-Vrain iiison, donated in all to the rev cnue of the province. The case was one of the longest imo Ing _ ..._.....ig.only after the. evidence for the defence was government dle me case was one ol the longe; T-' l heard in tlie police court -for som rUlld time' Jt bC8an mornini 1 aud was finished this but these always have failed, owing to tlie attitude ot" thc privileged classes. The Good Fellows, are doing nobly. The Santa Clans fund is growing and I, giVe put. In. The counsel for the defenc this basis oi employed and and' point to tli" arrive ,'U thc e.stiinate.1 population as hcarin.- 1''rioilli 01 ii city by muliiiilyln'K thrni rail when thev sa'v I''riend 1 oi nnmcs i, Ihc j than enough to pay for the jcfrnsh- ...J302.85 ImehtB nllowed for by law. However, thc justices could not see it that, way, and a conviction was nntercd. I The Uenr'dsley caso will up at the asizes, ua Mr. Palmor dc- tliut he will fur u jm.j. on the case. 5.00 .00 i .oil PREPARING FOR WAR Cettlnje, Montenegro, Dec. military iirepafutlonB continue without cessation. Lurge numbers of troojib arrive daily In' Dalmalln, numerous, stoamshipa 'have been converted ilito-lranspo-rts and