Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME It. LCTHBRIDOC, ALMRTA, MQNDAY, DECEMBER 21, IMt: NUMBER I. KING REFERS IN SPEECH TO INDIA Regrets the Conspir- Of Evil Against British Rule Louden, Dec. Edwaid put an end to the present session of the British Parliament -today.' Oily- small mxibter of aiemberg .was pres entv to prorogation ceremonies. The King's speech made special reference, to the recent visi of the American battleship fleet in' which his Majes- ty said, "Worked warm of cordiality in 4ny dominions in' that quarter of the globe, and was a source of gratification to myself- and iny Government. In paragraph on deep re- gret-ig expressed at conspiracy of evil-disposed against the lives -o! my ofSccrs-'and -ihe-continu- ance of British and. the earn- est wish is get forth thai the mea sures to enlarge the of India in the administration of the country "will-be received in the spirit of mu- tual trust and good-will in which they are "The affectionate reception given the Prince of JWales classes during his- presence- in Canada on the occasion of the celebration of the "ouGia "anniversary of Ihe found of Quebec, receives special cordia mention." The remainder of the King's speed ij domestic matters. TO CALL MM. AMtfli. Occvpy A" With Murd4r Flushing, NVY., trial of Thornton J. Haiua waa resumed aud District Attorney Damn continued thti "of testi- mony that is' designed to prove the author .A principal with his brother, Capt. Peter C. Hains, jr., in the killing oi Wm. E. >nnis, the publish- er. It U not unlikely that the week will be taken up ia the presentation of the State's The prosecution plans to call Anjoii oa the xtand either today or. tomorrow. Through her testimony the State expects to prove not only fytiat _ X JlWJln.Ui-4 MM veT wlK'ii his brother first opened fire, and by so doing prevented anyone from having Annis' life, but that the BOLDBURGLAR ROBSASTORE WINDOW Glass and Took Away Three Revolvers 4 SENATOR COX TO _.' WED. Toronto, Dec. An infor- mal was mads today of Wigagement of Senator Geo. A. Cox to Jfiss Amy Sterling, the eldest daughter of Walter Sterling, city auditor. Senator Cox is 68 years of age. There, was a bold robber at work during last, night. ono o'clock KING MUCH BETTER. Dec. Edward has almost entirely recovered from his recent indisposition. His Majesty returns Jcom ..Briithton today to sign prorogation services, and will go Sandringham lor the holidays. LETTERS HELP TO FIGHT THE Millionaire and Wife Help Miners Battle With Flames ACCIDENTS CLAM NUMBER OF LIVES Twi MM KIM At ten v --Bay Sfctto Sster brothers went to the Bayside Yacht moniSng he smashed one of the Club in search of the publisher. windows In Howard Case Co.'s store on Bound- St. and yxtmctcd three revolvers, a 32 a-id a 38 revol- ver, and a 32 automatic. Mr. Case had not yet to" bed but was reading in a room at the rear of the 'store. .He heard the smash and it sounded like a bottle breaking. He 'went out to the store and made an investigation and finally found Jhe hole in. the window and the revolvers gone. The police were at once notified. Up to' tlie present the robber has not been arrested. .Case looked up and down the street but did not see any person ab- out." CHINA GLAD TO GET RID OF HIM Ike Dalai Lama Starts Oi To THfe Pekin, Dec. Dalia Lama of Tibet left Pekin this morning for L'Hassa, his capital, and his depar- -lf 7 Vernori, B. TC., Dec, Earle Korris, aged 6, the ice last evening and, was drowned. Campbellton, N. B., ert -j Nelson, of Richardsville, two miles from here was instantly killed by on English special mail on the I. He wa3 fifty-fivei Fort William, Dec. Kling iber, a was found lying on the ice oil the Kairf river under the docks oT the C.P.R. freight sheds hero this -afternoon. The "body was frozen. He is supposed to have been intoxicated and laid down and froze to deathr Phoenix, B. 0., Dec. fatal accident occurred in Granby mines, when -John T. Anderson and Charles Johnson were killed. 'They had just completed charging the hotes with dy- namite when a premature exploeion resulted in some way. 'Port Ont., 'Bee; small building in the rear of "Vigars Shear lumber company's plant was destroyed by fire last night. This af- ternoon, in looking through the ruins the body of a' nian burned, all recognition was found. The-clothes were destroyed. Remains are believ- MR. GOBEIL TO PRACTICE. Montreal, Dec. Mr. A. "Gobeil former Deputy Minister of Publi Works, has decided to open "a law office in Montreal, he will devot himself parliamentary and departmental procedure at Otta wa 'and Quebec. Mr. Gobeil's" thirty six" years'- experience in the Depart ment of Public Works has thorough fitted him for his new career, which he will success. no doubt meet wit BRIGADE HAD THREE RUNS Seiglcr, Ills., Dec. a stub born fire slowly fighting back hund- reds of men who have been ceaselessly for days.-seeking to save the LCR.PAYITS tAY Hon. G. P. Graham May Put Road Under a Commission coal supply of the great Scigler mine, Foe Leity'r, Chicago millionaire, and tiis beautiful young wife have joined orees with the workmen and have conibaited the flames. Early today and his vyife, formerly llted' Juliette Washington, D. C., were at the scene of the conflict. ter was leading the workmen with an inspiring energy whilu on the fighting line, tired but determined was his wife serving the almost exhausted men with coffee and sandwiches and encouraging them by her presence. Mr. and Mrs. Letter arrived at Seigler on a special train. A SECOND POMPEII. Is Being Unearthed in thu State of Arizona. Washington, Dec. Ah Ameri- can Pompeii 11. is gradually being brought to light, according to the an- nual report of Charles H. Walcott, .secretary of the Smithsonian Insti- tute. Under a special Congressional appropriation the work of excavating a prehistoric buried jity at Casa Grande, near Florence, Arizona, has been conducted by Dr. J, Waiter Fewkes. Already a number of struc- tures" have teeu discovered, but the largest cue excavated during the year was a building 200 feet long with eleven rooms, the massive wail en- vtliian i Kw U-A there is a seat called by the Pima Indians "The seat f silvrr is reported from Musqneo- doboit, in this county. Traces o! silver had been found in the district previously. Warman, Sask. TTarman, Sask. Dec. broke j p.oston. out early thi? morning and half thej block was burned down. The HERRING CATCH. Halifax. N.S., Dec. phenom- enal herring catch is reported from Jordan Bay, She-ilburne. Driven into water presumably by dogfish, iea throivn upon the beach by lo which prevailed at the time, were hundreds of barrels .of liflrrines. in fact, when the tide re- j codr'd and the surface calmed down j thr lish vrere along the shore throe feet thick. The fish are in j good and are gathered and packed in barrels and shipped to 'restaurant next to Of the party of land seekers who ar fire started in a the Commercial eastwnrd. The loss is close to j man, and hotel and spread! rived in the eity on Friday, Ed. Her- ably offer only passive resistance to GOO.' lusuranco about Cause j J. Welke have taken up near the German authorities. i not Vnown. Raymond.