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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta JDGE DAILY VOLUME VII. TWELVE PAGES LETHBR1DGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1913 CENTS NUMBER 10 Death of a Famous Character 'of Frontier Days in Mon- tana and Alberta JOSEPH KIPP He Was of Indian Extraction- George Hbuk Knew Him Intimately REPORT OF OF Rumor Spread Abroad'That the C. P. R. Liner "Empress of Japan" Sank in; the Confirmation of Rumor--C. P. R. Does Not Credit it down 4n the Pacific. Au Investigation was luaclo, but no coutiruiatlon'couid bo secured. Tbe rumor is Bill! be- ing circulated, fcut front ivbat ecurce caanot be ascertained. Winnipeg Nothing Winnipeg. Dec. word has received in ibis city of ally ac- cident (o the Hrnpress of- in the Pacltlc. The o( Asia is duo in Vancouver on January and ling rumor on (be ulrcets this af- the Ejnurees of Japan is duo lu-Vail- ternooa tbat word tifid been received couver on January 8. Tile Kropress nt tho Canadim I'acitic Hallway Cb.'s :of India led Vancouver on December offices here, thai the Empress of-Ja- US for Honlikons. All Iliefe steamers ran of tiri Pacific sen-ice. Lad sjne are at present en Pacific. Vancouver. B.C., Hec. officials here have. not beard1 any- thing about Ilia' Canadian Pacific nuiloaY's liner Kniprc-53 of Japan 30- ing down in th.9 Pacific. '-news' of which was received here In a'ruinor from Montreal She is due at .Wo Luiib now, and at Vancouver on Jan- uary S. Montreal Hears It'. Quev -Dec. A Mart- UK. a brief ilt- less ot .losrull Kipp, cue of Montana's beat known characters, died here Friday, December 13. Sir. Kipp was of Indian extraction and affiliated with liis people almost all of bis life time. He. has bad a won- drrlul career and a varied experience, and his life., is.chronicled with mony I stirring.events. Mr.. Kipp is survived by. bis wife, bis.two K. J. Croft. and Jirs. Chas. Uilltdeaux, and three sons, James and George, all of Montana, excepting Jarnes, who, the year, j ne'BhbOC''C0'' 71ll! !iMnstr ran-n'issian- Kipp was born at Fort Tier- "t in Calgary on Saturday, and Ihold, Xorlh.Dakota, in. 1817. after hearing the objectioas of the.C. His: father, Col. James Kipp, was to the locating'qt a liquor shop associated with Pierre and the new freight sheds, in the in the thdr on applications for BOARD OF LICENSE COMMISSION- ERS GIVES DECISION ON TWO.' APPLICATIONS MADE NICELY Hudson's Bay Co. Makes Fine Contribution for This De- serving Object Parly of Young People Occupants of Young L, 4y Very Bad'y Hurt and Others Painfully injured Official is Blamed BREWERY WORKERS Take Up'Contribution and For- Cardston, tec. An automobile the had beet. tpiux too fast atcideLt occurred about Ovc miles auJ over it went, down the. -2j [north of this city last tight, oruipants v.creMr. {resulted in Eeriuus injuries to was driving, Mr. Ilerricfc, youhc; laily nnd tliree other occupants ihc Misses Walton and Pkouson, ot the csr were severely bruised anil c-i ItaymomJ. The tiro iatn ami Miss shaken Tiie'car went over a 25 Skouscii escaped with painful bruises, soot embankment and tliat were but 5Itss Walton move seriously ward it to Fund-Many Other Appreciated Gifts Recorded rot killed was nothing short of a mil- injured and v.ill licilriilden for Accidental Discharge of a Rifle Responsible for Death of Gco. McLenhan A SAD OCCURRENCE LETHBRIDiGE ISTHEPLAQE FOR IT 'Tl-r hrsf turn's fur the Christmas Jd for tte W leiog n fch i biih own sons. He put hini'under DeSmet, Trnodha, Ha vail i and. others for and.. iu-tneir'dirTcreiit cgtfne Indian'-schooLs at araong.-ihe> FlalHead "arid amongst'the numerous'; tribes (Hans on.' the veslernv slope of the west, as-Walla this manner'.ho became' th'fr fathers :and' dians from old Kent. Clark'- on" the Then in IfiSl'lie" to an academy irn" St. "Joe, where fie stayed for two he had 'velopinenl o[ -ManHoba, and is one ol acquired the rudiments of the -three li'oneers ol 1S82 who have assiat- -It's sufficiently as he thought for his.wl materially in bringing to the.front pucsuils In lite- we meet him at the dormant resources of the rirov- J'oinl and scvfr.il other places bu ihc incc. Ho is a niillrc'of London; Out, Missouri at the age of IR, engaged in district, Waving heen'bonv hunting ami irapping "and assisting'cHy'on December IP, Matt .Carroll-ami Keorgc Steelc at (their different framing posts, but prifl- dpally nt Fort Henton- In I8.7S, he- ing.of ambitious nature, we find him with a'.store.of his'.bivji the Teton, and changing froni Fort Conrarl on the. other posts we.find to con- ducting -general stores, "ons at Iflackfoot and IhfTolber at ine, Mont. as" a side issue, had a large herd and horses, which business he.vras principally engagedi-up to the tiniR of his throughout the -year, therei is the pre- :dominance of clear sky. it. Is quite posfiibie, therefore, that the capital may lose the new obterva- lory, brought pleasing subscrip- Hay Co. true to iii J60 as five per cent, on' Saturdays' caeh sales. This makes most "gratiJying contcihutioa -ariii every the visit ol will doubtless enter- ttr.dlr recollection .of the Hudson'si llay Co- That it was given cheerfully Is evidenced hr the "tfelndly letter received from Dodman accoiDpaaying .the cheque Daily Herald: pleasure in liere- cheque lor 5S9. This representing .the promised psrceatafie on our Saturday's cash sales, a duration.; "Chrlst-raaa Cheer11 fund.'- I- trusV" that ft many in at-lp. -It all happened on a govern- somn time. A snrgfon was brought jneut road and (he govcrnnicjit ollic- Awn Lethlrttijcc today. The ial, Mr. ArcliiljaUl, ibi beini; hlair.fi! nut o .was badly wrecked. Mr..CJramr atiion tbrt-ateneit agaiust the speaking today, was very indignant provincial a'jlhoxities. It s.ceins liiat lie termed the fiross r.eg- a ssrtaH bridge was removed aud no Jigeiicc o! the provincial government i I sign or of any fciiiil ]i1accd ollk'ials, and sacs soir-eboiK siioutdj 'up to divert pulilii-. smart Tor it. The road is a regular! The p-irty of young people urre spin- township road and it ieems since the I the n'ung tnjoyihg" life and susaU bridge was icmoved, Hie laran-- .nd.- ut Janger lurkrii ahead, ers have hceii taking a danger anil tried turn away, ed auto were in ignorance. Victim a Well Liked and Est- imable Young ive of Ontario Hp.TELS- LOSE" LICENSE Calgary, Dec. account of. improper conduct of their ho- tels, the proprietors of the Vic- toria Hotel, Otds, and the King Edward Hotel, Calgary, have been ordered by the License Commis- to ctose up. Serving drunken men with.liquor was tht cause, in each case. TWO MEN PLACED UNDER AR- REST IN 7 lonvard, in as- caiise. Maoo.Ver._l... will- cqntiVuE, .thai shipments'' in WANTS TO BE A NEWSPAPER MONOPOLIST Ottawa, Ont, Dec. is a persistent' rumor In political and newspaper circles.in the cap- ital today that Sir Hugh Graham of the Montreal Star, is endeav- oring to buy a chain "of papere in the west. .Sonretiiuc between (he hours en ten yesterday morning, Geo- the past five ycats came .to death through, the accidental charge a twenty-two calibre riRe, af his room in .Mrs. De-rine-'s hoard- house, -US Histh. avenue soutU.; The accident was not discovered uii-" til nearly eleven o'clock, when Cuth-. hert Deviue entered the room' McLenhan resided, .to. find. his. body m the. clothes closet. Thft: leaih lias caused great- sbock to 5IcI-cnhan's many friends, and it was. at first to he a.case. 01 cide, hut circumstances.which ciime lo IJgJit-..today, .point finitelv to the accidental discharge the guu.-- .fi: Mr. was." in .his good spirits cii Saturday during the ilaj" had accepted lalion to spend the his sister at Grassy Lake. made an Davidson, a Iriend.'jtd'go for on Sunday s.'haVif. 16 .later than- svith the.. river hotloin bad MAY BE KNIGHTED Ottawa, Dec. sociattfc David McNicoT, president ot the and Hi L-. prayton, chairman of the Railway. CommTnion with Xnlghthoodt. .v v i Santa Glaus at Work ENOU3H BSAUTY TO VISIT CANADA. Undon, Dec. Mur- Wilson, oile'of (IiB most brilliant no- tneti In Ixtnilon aoclcly. will vlelt tlielr Hojrjl lllghpcsso; tiia JJtike puclicfi of Coii- nanjlit IU1I, Oltavit, e.irly fn'lhe new year. Leth- Brenuy Employees Lethbfidse LethtitidBe lirewcry Co. L.' Asquith............................ DEasley J.-JIorgan.............................. traveller IE. M. H'ai'Ho >V Mend............................... Two iWtlle Girls (Diamond 'Cityj.................................... L'.thbrMje 51unisipal It. H. liraployees nstciMiiii MiiticI Hyssop.. learned that this department demur -'00 against- the handling ol freight even carload The Hoard of Trade jfoftjquwliqnci! to the possibility I 00 of Caving a-mivefl. tram service es- but .the secretary, states that -there is litllc- hope ol such ac- spring. ct.. it_ IB in the morning at and, thinking ..of .his. "'at ten-" and'.of liis bring the prepared to A rag was found table HI' his which hears out this-, aEr.aca lie nnmft had'gonc cJoscf-i the iwinu-ia.ihu tllB tuniiWhich result mtu, 'iiuanlitv of clotliine :sf 'jdi I cd in custody at Mac'.cbd, bang Jo- cqnjecturi; is that the cated.ia a Japanese lodgins house some'0f th'is was; that it was still in. the hands of the-reach Chief Skeiton. 'until ten b'clocl! conslioction' department, and it is on.Saturday morning, acd iie'imme- _____ it. i J_____4_____t .1______ T I- riiately phoned all district, with the 5.001 2.0U AUTO mxmENT IRVINE WESLEYAN DIVINE DEAD Dec o' Jarnes. .Chapman, South lands'-Training-' .College, Pil'.'r'sca, since .1S96, hov.-Hr. Ohapinan'was.scc-_ retary'or the Methcdtst confereuco yf- 1311.- V-1- Medicine Hat.. Alia., the- result oT an auto, accident near Irvine savrr.il day's ago, a nia'n nafn- itd .-HoloS died in the liospital litre yesterday. On returning from Irrine to at ttr.d liolofl, D r.. G crshaw, c I this, dty, had a bad auto spill in which his machine .was smashed and :bp ivas briiisetil. i. NO AOREEMENT HEACHEO Cleveland, Dec. agreement wan reached at tiie conference of the lioltl mnnagcre and ine strikers' re- H.wss-.tho belief of both strikers and employers alter the meeting that 3 general strike of hotel employees would be called. snd suitcases, lo the value ot about jcliar'gc. "The .Vulle't cnttrcd tit'rig'bt. J200 n-f-o taken, aijrf jonio p( pro- eye, and, niooably ciusid1 ''instint- perly Ti-as (ound in of thesa death. The shot was not men wijen arrested.' 'TJiey ask- any in the house. The shell, ed to he charged found to be sciteit to be trietl summarily; arid mshtil'apd i.Uoliltd, which would-'iii-'- liletdijd not ovldenilj" the clrcurnyiances robbery, for ho was prQrjsreti to go ahead ohiya.f- t ho been REL1GIOUS; CLAUSE '.IN. .THIS' WILL: Toronto, .Ont., .Oec. will, of the late Frederic. Barlow filed .for. pro- bate'.here .thic morning... 'The lotaV value :pf; the ettate IE to ths -widow, dauBhler-and grandson. -The lat- .ter m'pst not olici, or they cannot" become.ben- .elictjriis.'......'" In the'windy city.. Suits', overcoats j hack Jar rlty.: ;Somebpdy had -ilicate conclusively .tiial it had-heea; DofiEiieri'y up a's'.tb in the magazine for some t- VH P.ArlKT-'. VflT! MirTfTlnl.' KOH there are-all ot these Mdiea-; tion andJnd no fJuaflcial oc 'other ivorrfcs.-'as far as coiild -he He was evctuplary his was -wrll lilpd ly 'his. employer f aart popular- with all who Mr, Stafford slates thai he prepaV-: ing for a month's lioHday- bcginnihR Ihe frfceu paled visit.ing liis- parents' at ioi-, -1 STATEMENT Two Suffragettes Barefopted in find. Umdwi, Ont., Dec. took drop to .'.5 cents, a pound on; the local The re flsc. 'Miss Itcdi' Aiyrt'VMlSs lila.ck" Iwent'y- mfnihcrSr ii niilitnnt :tm- riigcitc arson'ntiitad iiad cliirlttl 'the frf'licc i foroHghl.npjiri pnlice Court.here on n setting-.Tjrc .tcitcrday to Alslcno rnansjcn on the :'t The two women'who hate ton tt- of accidental physician. 'Tftb'storo in voint la suicide'.' store liad .npseti arid Yas, Dougherty walked. S'Uh-a limp. SU'B- pectlng 'the police .use this as against tends to lnlrcduco''a- doctor's ftale- ment 'tnat Cie Is suffering" from rheti-' nmtlsin, causes -the ll.mn. Dougherty alKo aslicil Illat oth- er wltneises bo aumrnoricd, and an Iii- session is.pxricAlerl .tomor- row morning. is .to be Ills Mend tWeherly. .'Mr. flumplirlfs, soror.fr, [________ uKIe. iK no jof, an OTHERS MAKE': "iis gone (ully iiiio the Washington, 'rounding tjic dcatli.'and-ljas Wilson lot it .be lorlay that "lp followiii.g omc Oi'acr corpuraliow3.' ncside. the Amdrir.au- Telegraph afld'jTriienhrjnc hail a take Hie. initiative iir to conform the Sherrnan'antf-trnst v to-.' "lihrc.nnc in K.hjclillhp parrntly been UnlD.-Bfcras fd hc-irii; about reads' go'shoolirii (hero can lie.no-doiihi'biif fh Sliol- was .fired while the: p.uii i court ititv to -reveal -their- pricet .list s. tiumbir were rtlMri ikta tt.iMc.irllh the tho fsrmtrs ajid deftlftrs nre ovcrstocktd. he1 i. building. arrj gs "tvere found' to which' h'arl ..'o.rnf' tlie'can thej-.had fraptlerl.on work oT' the their' si soa'kfd TrTey. !il in' the' prisoners1 th- accused were fwtticr New York, DecV New .York American IcJiyiUyi; proof llevible state .of to exirt in Mtxieo, ButptM ingfr Mllwurd, an Englitfr traytf-, bit .ihowlnj the of i .her of The children "driven Into water, forcW to hold" hlindi i above thtlr ihot 'in the back.' 'th'elr Mr. was c! a and unrnarricd. He was raistd YEARS OVER. CENTURY Halifax, X.S., Dec. Rld Carmichael died I6il' n.jtht at the .great., akn ot' 106.-" years! He vas.a halivo a trado, and eDJoyntt-ex-J ccHent1 licaltfi. the 4'f" ;