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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe LethbrMge DaityJteaW Lethbrldge, Friday, lumber 22, Number H. TELEPHONES Manitoba banners Ke-ceiVe Recent 1-Saise in Kates I'iinl Man Falls to- (he llarlan Fortune Minneapolis, .Minn-, 21- CROWDED WHEN STOVE XPLODED TOMB FORCED LOST LICENSE Magrath Mormon Churcl Completely Destroyed by Fire-Social and Concert in Progress When Conflagration Started --All Present Escaped Without Accident r. Hundreds watched the Maze magnificent 'hl wind beat the flame. i valuable piano and llie'flrn enveloped Hi Xn insurance was'selves For an hour ille conflagration raged. ilding concerns Hit went In with n crush AND BODY ROBBED Jewels Worth Thonsiuiils Stolen t'roin Dead Actress Paris, Dec. 33.-A sensation caused in Palis iolln lhl a" nouncemcnl I bat the tomb of i uli bi-atcd. Parisian actress Mini Minlcliii.-, in fcinenn Pile I" chaise, was broken into last night and valuable jewels vanished irom her body and carried oil I hypo at hi" made by and for. the commission. 1 b. 0.1 That any charge necessary to meet a ilelicit should be'toward a Kreati'r. economy in operation rather than I llil'iicr rates and seeing no jnsfifloa- limi (or any increase in country rates, foregoing' the-recent raise in long distance tolls, we beg Ihc com- mission to 'reconsider this question isiliun w-hich" be-it resolved Hint we] pjiuncs." II was and'seconded that a; cniy of this resolution hfi sent; to! tlie cwnniission and the press is Tho whole tiburcli was elaborately 'i decora-led for the occasion wiih-vnl- lablo clirtnins, furniture, etc.. and the bnzanr contained some lioauti- PRESIDENT OF ECUADOR IS DEAD .FELL JO Hi's DEATH Cobalt, Dec. Graham, deck man at the Silver Leaf shaft at -the Crown reserve mine, fell five hundred feet down the shaft wan killed. Tie puaiied an empty car back .down in the abaft, following; it He was forty ot nnd married. He Jtad been employed the mine but'a shoit time, coming here from Ont., where his family with Reflations, te nzanr ful pieces of lirl and fanny work. I the the tables for the lunch- j eon wore laid. Mere tl't) preparations vitiilR scene. Suddenly in the midst of the nc- tiu j a gasoline stOM which had iden'jly been Improperly adjusted, ex- ploited and In a moment the room was in lames Ihe Indies who were in inane ot Ihe Iilli.ht.oii lushed fol Ihe i learning ie aidiiu ihe% went Nothing could lie saved, so they fled for their lives to Ihe up- per chamber of the cbm'cli. 1 nine said I Vticei a" oe witness who was in the muls of 'the excited we found otheis down into be ba ement Ihej appealed atunncd and lured blinkh SMUGGLEf GIFTS WEREIAPTURED I ami the west wall finally toppled and The building was then Boon re- 'leluded to the ground. This monilng the spot on which the letter Day Saints church bad stood for the ton was a blackened, heap of ruins. ihank'sgivlus is expressed .Mmc. Uioic l.antelmc, who was f poor achieved Mil. ct-ss as a comedian and hicaim known "The n-ost beautiful woman in ,'aris." Sin- was num.'! to Charles Kdwards, first piopmloi ami editor of tlu: Matin, a million im While she was yachting w itli lur bus band on the Rhine tlu U.S..CUSTOMS OFFICERS SEARCH- AT ST PAUL i 'h alind bridge to the 1 C. A. Ii iruVs '1 net belov litc.nsi, ,i in ippioichmi linn lhl- l.udRl lomp-imon Inn li- ving, also jumped -ind susluied i broken hip, nose nnd J .w injuries, and it i will Prove fatal. In several young lalliib th" "n 'their way to an entcrt nnmcnt it Ihe Cainsvillc Haptisl nisbion boarders at the W t Brant and in oldei to fake i short cut they proposed to illowim of refuse mil to iccumuUte m the eel !ji mil the dumping of kitchen it (nsi iio.ind tin link dooi of tin- hotel, arc among the reasons given (.stirdu lilt lionsc ot the 1WtPl il Runlet v i1. susiu-ndetl mndnm in inusuiallul ol several compi u us ie julint! the conduct ot the husiusss. xon Hcnsees in have eon illibuted elos( to in lines lo He 'KMISC ikpirtncnt rtuiing the )a i mouth Siv for ll- litil tiling nf 1 uuoi weie imirdrd Usl neck with GIII.S in each mum noil S100 to S100 In one ,wo impiimminent -VMS Ti'lictul when tin was not paid Yudnesiln Ihe 20tl1 .Kjentc tomn'iwoneis met in In lull lo tunsidet in ipplicalion nom the Vtlnbasci Holt I Co In" ..HwnsLin VtlntflboaUnd me RcpU'Hntiuons weic made niopovd new hotil do e to tin occupied in the McthodiM I 101 L" l course iiilma on bection 33 V of 11 nioi I icensi Ol dmaiice tno tommi'-sionei'; lonlil nol r? "ll'r av to iccomme-iil that .1 license ne nitcl LAKE, EX.M. P. GETS A JOB Ottawa. Hec. addition to Hon. A. B. Morine, thc gov- ernment has appointed 'I. S' Ijike. ex'-.M. 1'-. Orenfell. Bask., and G. N- Docharnie. Montre-.il. to the commission to conduct an invosiisation into variouB brandies of the iinolic service. I .to. lihc. tin slmrclioldcrs Townships bank, this i eonsuninialio'ii of llu- i'mei'SW' that lias yet .ja-en piai Cannila. 'Tbe basis nf 'the union, is an of shares, namely I shams of Hani.'of Commerce snoi L UIIL i the railwav tracks 10 the ihmch When they were on ihc budge ......i........- beard tbe coming 01 the liufiilo t.oil largest bank pMsiniger tin" Ihe ot u l stoc.i sams o i for 'one, of Kastc-rn Townships stock, nrs ran quickly cml bridge and 'jumped to the I he Gibson and Irving girls MR. MARSHALL TO BE HERE DEC. 28 MINISTER COMING TO HELP ORi GANIZE PRY FARMING CON. GRESS BOARO Dining the weel betwain Christmas ,nd New -ILir the nry arming Long.ess will complete the 06 on-inration lol Ihe 1912 lion llunein Maislnll his wiitten that hd will arrive in leihhndge on the 11 teinoon of 'f, when the were caught cr found HoH. vUre lat- uncoiisdons Miss dibson up V mecling will ho held that ur-mng ind another the mil tlu mimstir will irturu lOllllll ullCOIlSt HHIS tin-, bad concussion of the In am, her hiad u, dmonton on rud" the Hoard of MURDERED IN Ainey today, "to ask-the lesisla-luvei cnB HELP FROM for nower to use the'loan fuml" so i ALLEGED CALL FOR HELP FHUIVI MI- r'uiir. AGO HOPEFULFOR .noney can.be set asi-de'for the con- struction of nuinieipal ice bouses. I do not Ihink the ItKielature willi-c- fusi! -ibo city's reiiueat.' so thar. the. masses can get LETHBRIDGE SHOULD GET AFTER THIS Winnipeg, Dec. was received al the Winnipeg office of the Ogl.lvle Afllling Co. erect a mlli; at equal In capacily, and numlbly middle and It THE MISSING CHICAGO HEIRESS i Uec. 22.-A note Identified by her foster mother is In the hand- wrllint of Violet Iluchler, the micsliiR U-year-olil heiress, found, by it post- man here odny. The note was sci-.iwr- the back an old envelope .It read- "Mailman, help: 1 am held J N'olify the po- 917." The prisoner In loom til' Help, quick. lo grind tho crop of Hie exact lonrMon has' not been dwideil npnii. yet XinotB failed' to say In wlial, bnildfliB C-'was thc "ronm but the polleo ?i searched every building In the neigh linrliood In Ihe down f.. [where Ihe mite was I the note mils loniplil Mrs. Hnohler ihal it was I" Violet's liandwrltlne Mat Hnehwr whose real name Is bus been since town illh-.rlct found. They be H hc-jx but PARIS STREET BANK CLERK SHOT AND ROBBED SIGHT OF HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE S'aris. He'1- latest senna- tional murdiT here occurred this mo-ruing :u broad dayllisllt. llie hean of of the crowded thorough- fares of Ihe city. A. bank messenger who carried a .satchel cont-.iinint wus stopped by four hundH They inviled the messenger lo Inn Ihc sak-bel over lo (hem and wbei lie refused and offered resistance they shot Win dead. The s-iizc-d ,hc snlBlicl and jumper) Into a walling automobile. The murder .Bill robbery were witnessed by hundreds of am.ized and frightened AREPUBLIC is-hool.- -.Miss Innus home is in 'irorestville.' Moth h.ve been populii Iv cslcpuied. having been boarders al 1'he V. f. A her, for a'couple I Key. II I inciMii ind others hud a ver> niriow escip, bei hi eut down Ihal largo number makes it mo unwieldy. Tho local rtoaid of (-ontiol willlwe tho most importini- pan in Handling Uw ,nd will he iboul llfteen of the ness mi no, the ah I h supremo Alberta vs TANG SHAOYI TRYING'TO CON- VERT PREMIER KAI.TO THE RIGHT VIEW i Slinnshal. Shao who is Vuanj Sbl lv.il and (hi! Imperial government j at tbe peace conforelico liclffncn im- pcriiil and rovolutiounry delesntes now 'belnjr held horn. the Assnelali.Ml Press to1 ally that lie sli'il liojies Premier Vuan Shi Kni will wl-lbJllR views and accept Ihe republic as.lhi' only means of prc- serving peace. Tang Slmo VI said thai f-remiov Yuan Shi Kao lo six o'clock Ibis evening hud not communicated with him his decision to repudiate the xeatlon of M republic. Tang Shao VI does no! hellcvo. that Yuan Sbao Kao win dwjlde against Ihe snsRcsted Rose of Olelo'ben 1- otlbei ot ibe Hln.k 'Indian vice Or 1 af forty, win, resigned his posi ion i sliovl llnii: npo. Hiving day. 'misired with rosin. IJ. inibllc nfler lift h8H.iliorbiigh.ly dines! Tang Shao .Vl's report. .j. THE PAS WILL BE STARTING POINT Ottawa, Dei .'I i.uiH liguli.....uid lesennb .omliir ed b.v the Hon tinnl, f cell raiiu." minlBlnr of railways, In been .ppomted lot tin tongiess loot lor i laigt delegation Irom -Hungary when the session meets' hero neit lall Bums this morn- uii, llungan -iiMilintU not Him. P.omisc Imidi n lhl ll J splints Ust fa" to lome Jin minibus ind eidmoi to Oth, next session of the .ontlcss ami inj it uross (lie PiesidenV of I lih has wli.tcn 'sucrL- Hums sliling that flic irpnsinl lines line wrillen ask eoni'iection with the Hudson )n? mil 'or them it Bnv railway ioiitc hale w fa. I hi resulled in the ulatclncnl on part ot the minister that tin, only reasonable point hat will practically be Ihc slarllnc Place ol rbosen, namely, Pas. road llnoiihli t iin.li lml" stafis nixl fn" tho lto visll Ihc rssion It is likclv that ,thn bi Accompanied In inJii) clifatcs fiom othel Imope.n lu tioni, ind Ihe whole holh will make Hi, tup ,.MI UK- continent. ;