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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta V Volume TV.. Lethbridge. Alta.. Tuesday. Dec. AFFRAY IN TABER BAR-ROOM EAGER FOR IS SCORED BY AFRIEND v CARDSTON LIKELY TO HAVE A HOSPITAL Strong Agitation for Such an Institution To Establish a Creamery Railroad News Welcomed in the South carditon, Deo. is to have a new up-to-date creamery loc- ated within town limits. The wotk has proceeded quietly but none the effectively and today the Is well under way and the roof irtll .be on .brfore the -wee Mr. W. A. Martett, of Ft. Atkinson (Wisconsin, the-head of the firm .irtioee intention it Ii to establish .creameries in the north wwt At. Portal tfoej iave completed their In Canada, ana Cardfton comes next. Local people hare subscribed stock .Sufficient to warrant the undertaking and the scheme has gone with a rush. The big dairy 'farmers of Leavitt and the busineuB .people of Cardston have taken the larger part of the stock. The plan is to collect the cream .every other day .and thus reduce the expense for hauling. The, machinery is of the latest in '.that win'be iuppiwd by the company Mr. Marlott is connected Hogpltai for move of no little import- ance to our town is .the establishment of an up-to-date hospital. The members of the Board of Trade are Baking hold of this proposition and sufficient subscriptions have bean secured to ;make those in charge quite sanguine as V the early estab- lishment of the important "factor in our future aid of -the 'afflicted. Mr. JE; N. Barker has generously given a fine site for the proposed building and without doubt there will be something: doing before, another year "rolls round for_cpmpletioBb-. of this greatly THE LAW TO BREAK IT Remarkable Campaign in Minnesota Dry- Strip INDIAN TREATY 1955 Every Old Federal and THE OPEN SHOP deavor president State Law Will be Revived Brainard, Minn., Dec. is growing feeling apparent assist of the Beachy.as. thej sale of. liquor -is.to "board of trade; In getting this matter underway. Railroads i The news in your columns as to the bonding of 100 miles of railroad "in he south" during 1911, .is very wel- ome to "the people'" of this district as, well as to our" mends" at Pincher the it-is Labor Men Ignore the Strike V Situation .Speaking to the Herald a promin- ent labor man- said that the Building Trades Council would not recognize the open shop declared by the Build- ers'Exchange, nor would they.reco- nise that there had been any strik- The so-called5 strike situation will he ignored altogether. said he, "the employers un- dertake to put on-- non-union- men Trades Council will re- monstrate with -them -to .keep :them to the agreement made ..last if they- .the thing that j can happen will be a' complete nn' of the building'trades." MANSHOT INTABER "WO Men'Under Arrest To Be Tried Today, HIT IN LEG! RoEpiiioNTipir Journalistic Friend Finds Fault With Ins on the A. Endorsed Believed fo J be reek. No greater- benefit can -be ac- orded this-Bouthenixfeetion than the oar fac- aoout time to start a political party known as the "Strict Construction- ists." If the government decides to mrther: enforce this treatv and the pouts hold the treaty legal then .the btrict Constructionists" will get IT. busy and dig up and revive every dead and- down-and-out Rip Van Winkle federal and state, books. Walker hasju. MEN TURN DOM 10FFER se of ci o-.-the Taber, Dec. dent, which' Jy. the .best country fte the 'dairy business.. The ers in such an undertaking is fully attested by the selection, of Cardaton as the second point in Canada for the erection of "a creamery. plant ing'over :CardBton no- snesB and, demonstrating that -the "Alberta Pacific Railway Company is. not one engaged in. ;but building wv LSA.O set the ball -rolling bv putting the ban on slot machines, games o! chance, duck .and turkey raffles 'etc .This may .easily be extended to' inl elude .church raffles, bridge parties .church' card Sunday funerals, Sunday mail service. Sunday. rtheatres and other John- son of Bralnard is to be ihstruct'edvto f- every. oH law-lie "can attempt inject .new -life'into' it. If-the fcd- at St. Paul decides that Winnipeg, 'proposition -for settlement made by .the-Street- Railway company, through the good'of-' the .civic conciliatory -committee, votei.. this morning bpthe union and absolutely The- nature ,6t; the'vprp- which case worse the .legislation -annulled .in prpvincev.would be no it was -c', a. o.ui LUcU> the Indian' treaty of 1855 .is l.egal then the "Strict Gonstructiomsts" HUGHES FOR PRESIDENT OFJL S. .New York, Dec. Ev- ans justice of the Supreme court, will he nominated for president in 1912 if the so-called' in- surgents or the radical wing of the Republican party is able to compass that purpose. There should be, how- set forth one contingency, and probably only one, which may compel the insurgent wing to abandon lhat Plan; for if it should bo discovered WILL HAVE TO PUT UP THE party.will issue its declaration dependence and start such a of reform-, and strict law, federal and state, ever' issued now_ and before. Hereafter he' will at tract the attention of every stat? in tract the attention of every in world. Every, editor in the dry strip will, be urged to enlist in the cause. i German Warship Ordered _.. .'Three Slavs, were; in I the of them, Bill Wysockei, a. new gun ,when he-accidentally'discharged it is presumed, and' bullet landed m the Mike Deazuk. Kostuc, -the'-other member of appear, in'11616 ana mr- -the "former- moneT ''grievous "bodily" with assisting to the ON .VA--I consid- far foes. ;V j.n L_." rtf in; iH 'has; IVIacleod, Dec. which was a "vigorous Robt. Patterson in the. L its. last- issue 'hini'' Tne .-Advertiser very regrets n Conservative- Mr. Patterson "has seen "fit x-m the 'Legislature -the course.he did rat Edmonton Jr ;and against on- tte series Of A. matter. .The. m- ment's policy, as we-jnte'rpret it wa'siv hold the only sane .and. logicar method 61 V-against; his allies "Pon another" ctealing -with, the, compncation-' Mr lq Sifton had: cut the :Gordion-khof'of violating "no confidence precedents and -technicalities- -TfehicTi, We say-that Mr.-Patterson's of-by oi the. ;m en- who ie It'is-1 vote which- and1 Ut bv. the' member Confronted himl No-'one, .as far as c.an he seen, suffered; If ne naSj courts can'-bc-! -trusted vtd give' him- very; -'worst cnat. leod. HON. MR. ANGERS Double Liability Falls on I Ex-Lieut.-Governor Will Bank Stock- holders Toronto, Dec. call amounting S shareholders of the be Hability of the Farmers' Bank Not Accept Monetary Token of Esteem Quebec, Dec. vTery rare ex- ample, of dignity has just been Hon. Auguste Real j AJdlln. uc, AtCitl -fiilSLcxS an inevitable feature of the Lieutenant-Governor of 'the Province roceedincrs in tho oi Ou'ehen. Justice would oppose ment of that kind preemptorily and his qustomary persistency, then the plan must be abandoned. This contingency, however, is fore- seen and has been already in some -manner provided if it be I for learned that Justice Hughes will proceedings in the ofricial double made so far, b.ut i announce- told oi Kon. Mr. Angers was admitted. i the Bar fifty years ago, in I860. His ._.. it is told to- it t0 celebra-te that in view of the position of leSaI anniversary iy a the bank's affairs the call could hard g demonstration; at which v- hara-i. sfcould be Presentedx to h- Bank con-" the call the be- Cilc tuuerence tween the subscription and paid up capital amounting'to It is doubtful if the'liquidator wilfbe ablP 10 conect J---- permit any politics having his nom- mation in view, then the insurgent wing will turn to the middle west- or tft cnnie. t 4.1. j. j I lw tTiA ov e the north of holders Iv and bounded on one tf f C02sideraole proportion sice by the Mississippi. e the stock is held in the United _ These decisions were reached at in- lormai conferences which have been I Lists oi subscriptions had beeh'circu- iauing the lawyers and pub- lic men of the province, and bad- al- ready been covered with-many tures opposite to large sums of mon- ey, phen he learned of the movement started by his friends, Mr. Angers positively declined to accep to Quell Disturbance-id the Carolines Tsing .-Tan, China, Dec. 27.-The eerman. cruise, -Enden wied today tor Honapoh, Caroline .Islands, where it is reported an insurrection has oc- :.cnr5ea. .A dispatch from Brisbane Australia, last night says .natives in iionapoh have revolted, and murder- ed-four Europeans and five friendlv natives. Caroline Islands, together with Western Carolinas, were sold to Germany in 1S99. These rorm'a large arhlpeligo, of some 6SO small-islands in 48 groups in the P-c me Ocean. The most important are and Fonahe. Copra is the chief export. There are a number of trad- ing stations on the the of which is 560 square miles. as; i oy _nfhe; out'ol ten -of NEW. M. .-js ILL ,vc .iivio imp Montreal. -r- s- his'iirotives and: -4b. In- a -him credit with-.haiang.'voted cable to the give .WILL _ r -v j Kansas 'of aH-.kinds-will City after Jan.; 1. The order -toCOiir effect was made' today conference, between officers. the selling of embroidery, or. a box, ;of '-homeiaada candy-at church bazaars is to ,1........... "VTO aion rencrted-- rec- full: po'wer to direct coal mine opera- tions.'1 .financier, broke 'down after his ast speech of .the -campaign- for the unionists at Glossop; last week He was brought back V London and oeen m, bed. for several davs. population is about Kenin. Dec. today received a message fronTtbe German governor of tne Carolina is- Jands, reporting his arrival at poa. BREMEN'S GIFT TOJLD.HATC p 1 Popular Chairman Civic Fire Committee Remembered BIG LOSS Steamer Wrecked and All the Crew Lost with 160 soldiers. It is understood that money gathered in is. These cretive. the stings aavi even that been se- BLAME IT ON LABOR TROUBLE; inability Drovisinn the Fanner is not likely to pay more than five cents on the dollar. DON'T WANT ANY NEW C. P. R. SUPERINTENDENT FOR THIS DIVISION Medicine Hat, Dec. suermtendent J. G. Taylor, of Medi- cine Hat, has been promoted to the general of the Sun- crnn nr T__ Alderman George M. Hatch is show- Vancouver, B. 27 -The "i--' one side with his initials an7 C thlS "From Dept" i rfle pasr years, is.r.o lonp- Xmas The reverse side is set Somewhere off Caoe Biisdane, Queensland, Dec. j North Queensland Herald says :that I without public expenditure to cheap: icn the cost of passage' Australia .can- not acquire its much needed addition- al population at a until Canada is "full up." -Judging by the still steady now Of population fhf, thehand the yellow is knocking; at Austral'an arj is. a short and decorated address _ to Mr. Hatch tion of the Dept. for. his hehalf during the past tw-o years as chairman of the City Council Fire Committee from which he is now re- tiring. ief Kilkenny also received a sim- ilar presentation frn'm He is men. two Without hope of ago she was lost, succor blown far arguments which f no f" lorce ior so nuraer- As a result oi 3ve celebration Popovitch chnck appeared too. much Christmas on Saturday night, and Andrew Saw- at the police court Spokane.. Wash., Dec. lies of the Fairmont and Palace m San Francisco, which permit MUCKY-DAIS FOR i all on board, and her wreckage i strews tiw graveyard of dead ships Jon the west coast of Vancouver Isl- i and. For more than two weeks an .isolated beach at Cape Scott has imFuoi fu ail that is of the old St. Denis. The following telegram was receiv- ed by C. Gardner-Johnston Company, of this city: "Following from steamer eron of Moose will succeed him SUCC6ed ore ALL ALONE ARE BURNED TO The watchman was slightly m The police have no clue to" the three DEATH Dec. children, year, at home of Wisdom, Who placed the supposed charge of ti3e house ln asjies and dynamite, is unknown, but it i! CWidrei1 to death when she lieved to be the outcome of the gen- It was evident that thP SwJ of Los Angeles, in ctli'dren had tried to -et out which the Llewellyn company has when Mrs Boles prominently been identified iaoora e closed the her end Mrs. Robert in this county, the to to smoke in any part of the to be extended our hotels do not fr j. ,jr Oi. rliA rhSk thPf yeSterday- do Think the movement will take root V? Iadr were to smoke S she would make herself the centre of attraction, but I do not think stable O'Connor appeared _ i v A tiU J1OL L she would have many imitators" If any lady were to start smoking m the public dining hate to tell you what we v to said Manager Hsrry a" think there is any thing happening, because the ladies of this part of the United States are not smokers." his morning to answer to charges of j Isorderly conduct. They pleaded j :uilty and were assessed three and costs. The row took olacp at a ?lace at a house i j es, poruons Of boats washed ashore I Dec. Tilose on board, all told Cap ._ to have been Thomas S. Davis, Chief'Officer j- ?.frei5ht wreck on the Ohio J- c- Gold, Second Officer F a badjRner.dinsion of the Baltimore and man. Chief Engineer jOhio railroad at Mercer's Engineer E Steele Chi? Stew rather J1 a- early today. ardA. C Dclpecht and 7 After being sent home bv I Pawtucfcct. R. L, Dec. 27.-Passen- i twelve :he police he raised such a row there train No- GI'9 on the New York ACW Haven and Hartford railroad' bound from Boston for Providence' crashed into a freight, train nPar here Several persons were --J--X- Uiio LyUHliJ would be able to answer. REDUCE PULLMAN RATES IN CANADA Montreal, Dec.. L'7.-Jt was definite- ly anounced here today by the "Pull- man Co.r that a reduction of 20 per- cent, would be made in its price for berths in Canada, on lines in- -ing the Grand Trunk and the corn- eral in the near future. had scene. One of the men slash across his face. Ed. Mantle also celebrated unwisely. ACG S DPR they sent a cab for him and brought him ro the station to cool off This morning he pleaded guilty i.hi. to being disorderly and paid eleven CSrcd dollars to the court to cover ses and to pay a fine of ap. ,as diScharged Agene. a a charge of pons. On the whole the holiday passed off very quietly. Quite a number got rather more liquor than they could carry handily bur. the r police steered "hem to their respective homes to sober up. SHIP is SAFE Dec. from London that last of the has CTADDm a MUrrijJ tAArrit Cincinnati, Dec. 26.-A little JlCT Christmas doll in t thc of girl theitor >ears plied between Philadelphia Tf lo shriek, "She's killed ureenland, is not lost, as had-; dolly, she's kiil- feared, but is safe at Araiit -J g s sricf was "ncontrolL- s f TT M. J. CrabLarp_ _ a Jansen to seek, Street cars were held' H. M. Flora, brakcman, on October 25. When blocked in the riot oi the supposed fatality. It was some ______M re against the chauffeur by there until Jfav n IS1VJJ1S miorrnafcion as to the J state of the Ca' into j ie storm subsided wu ;