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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Dafly Herald Volume V Lethbridge, Wednesday, December Number 14. EIGHTEEN UNFORTUNATES MET DEATH BY POISON GETTING BACK AT UNCLE SAM AN INCREASE IN CUSTOMS DU- TIES PROPOSED IN THE RUS- SIAN DUMA or seriously ill from :the Mine cause.'! I'eterKburir, Dec. supple- Ate Spoiled Fish in a Berlin Shelter With Dire Results Berlin, Dec. InineliW of the Berlin municipal (belter i'or tho hooK'lean died, during the night Iron poisoning mid :others are dylug Industrial Strife Caused by Clash With Non- Unionisls Manchester, Doe. wera The number ol deetltute men who I raentary legislation proposal of a posted this morning at all mills he WILL RAILWAYS TO BE LOCKED OUT took refuge In the institution last! prohibitive character was in- Ipnglug'to members of the federation uigbt. was M14. Some of'tnem troduccd hy Nationalists in" the Duma cotton splnnors in the w i loin to directly at ihu north and count., ol fr" meal of 'bread and served' United States- According, to the Lancashire that the cloth mills, will oul lo thoiirby the authorities. This' of the proposed Am- be olo.od tonight ind not icopened extra delicacy consisted In many cases1 mean cltraciia of Jewish religion are until further notice of spoiled smoked timing of which: lo be totally excluded from Hiissia, Weavers to the nuinbtr of large number, ate... Shortly afterj :ind in the second place the' customs thus be locked out and aliout an midnight groans'were besrd coming duties'arc to ho-raised by 101) per canal number of spinnors will be re from and tho officials: ccnl Russian normal schc- Immediately to half tinlu with round several men 'dying and others flj llhe American, lu of a complete stop lu convulsions." Physicians attached to the institution .administered emet- ics and telephoned''for help from the that cane a duty equalling -Anierioaii duty will he collected. The author 01 tlic bill states that the last provi- page of work, if trouble should be BE EENDED RAPIDLY Ambitious Scheme Out- lined for Western 1912 Programme LETHBRIDGE IN I tbat-n is nectary to deo. with the lo contlauc turalng oul eighteen died-In, .Iwrt'tlme. The. municipal..night .heller of Berlin la nn institution" .which provides sleep- ing accommodation and meal, to any ileetltule pereon who IB forced to take refuge there at'.night. In the course of the hut.twelve month. It hat given 'niporl of American agricultural inn- 'the winter mbath. tb. number amounts WARNER HAD A CHRISTMAS TRADE NEVER .WAS EVENTS (Special to-the Herahl) Warner, Dec. aniililll n large number.Of. women, end the cost of pTorldlag lor them Is met hy the city fund.. entertainment oMhe Kva, Slmpeon. of North Battleford the first major of Moose Jaw, Is dead aunai" body will Ue to Winnipeg for burial.' lt lo VICTIM OF AFFAIR Brandon, Deo. Aliford, ho waj .hot In the fraca. at Blvere h Idit In whleh eome O T P machinist, took part, died at the hoe- Vital this mornlnc ay school ne Ing and was a ci the efforts- ofHhcse in charge. .Sonss and recitations both fitting and Bacred were .given 'by the., members of the Sabbath school. Bach -child "got two stocking, .of "goodies'" at .the end of the progra'm and aW'weut "home .verv MEDICINE HAT KILLED The ladies' Aid of the church held a successful' social bazaar last week and realized ,1 sum Cor their Rev. Mr. Connor delighted his floclc of young people some evenings Medicine Dec, L, a C P. R hrUeman reeld Ing In this city, died In Calgary early, a v Patnrta) morning as a reeult of Injur los sustained In a wreek in the Cal ,ar? at 19 45 Frltay nUht BIG RUSH FROM UNITED STATES INSPECTOR OF IMMIOBAT10N SAYS WESTERN CANADA IS STILL AUt THE TALK Ottawa Oat Dec 97 nuftu- prettily decoiated far tilt occasion by them a .toting pa'ty at time Persia Will Consult Britain and Russia in its Ap- pointments London, Dec. reply to the Russian ultlniiilum concerning the appointment, of future foreign advis- ers has been'..finally agreed upon in the following modified form 'The Persian government in view of its. strong desslre always to main- tain cordial relations with Great Brit- ain and will.'in the future be careful when eb'gagtng foreign oftlc- ers for the .re-organization- of the de- Mberta will be en the hum in 1912 PMtnient of state'that appoint- [TOm cotton" .pinners at a meeting th hluls' in official circles and or the lwo in morning decided ,t stones told In hotel corridors and bange views Russian lega- This City Recognized as the Centre of Rich Area PROMISES TO BE GOOD IN FUTURE BRITISH CONSUL MAY BEAMONG THE KILLED SICK WOMAN'S NARROW ESCAPE Hut actmh in the looms were idle and they therefore curtail h> stop- R busy men Bather. (r T P ofTiciali mont will beforehand eM iwon t maur much noise about with the British ping work on three dajs in each week (lieu pUns but men who say tlons at Teheran beginning January t tiial llicic companies have simply got i Mr. Shuster Is Leaving The hopes that a man named Riley t busi ,t hope! Washington, Dec Morgan and hi. wife, the Uo non unionists Ulf c p R on any -Shutter, dismissed tre-isurei gener.l whose employment originated the Ur, is eipected to leave Persia strike In-the Helen mill at Orlnlngton I Im2E a few days, according to a Dec 20 which lasted til' the lockoutj_ 1 ne t 1 n p g to the state department to- would consent to join the union other roads Is rushint, into djy from Minister Russell thus avert a rupluri- beU ecu emploj lerntqry with a speed not even at Teheran He will go from Teheran .ere''and workers, lias bouii finallv appio-united in the history oi rail- (0 uaiiu on CaspUn SPH. and then EhntloreA. The Hileys have leslsted raiding anil Iht oflimls are certain- arronB to Baturo a port on every indiicoment them. thrown out to DIDN'T WANT TO DOI A JAIL Washington, C, Dec 27 cial from' Atlanta to tho Washington I'ust ,j5t night savs The truth about Charles W. Morse if, that he is Medicil iid cannot save "Oil, 1 guess 1 am dvmj -aid Mr. Morse in a droning voice in re- sponse to a question that uas a'-kcd ,j mjrjd sg _ I on getting the C P R. in the Black Sea iirtt 1 he nthel rompanies, thtrefore baic iot to follow suit n there it to he an) thing like an chime and the nryt two likely to 'see steel lavms in on i scale 'whicji will makp the Boldest hettlec" MI up ami take notice Lethbridge, district is not goluit. to be leit out and the rich, territory "of The Lethbridge Pouluv and Pet which, this cit> it tie natural assoeiaiion'a eighth annual es- time be a net- hihition 01 poultry, pigeons, POULTRY SHOW HERE NEXT WEEK STIRLING HOME WAS COMPLETE. LY DESTROYED BY A TRUNK SAVED {Special to the Stirling, Dec lire, which In a Skirmish With Per sian is Waiting Teheran, Morgan tor IK still here waiting nomination of' bli successor to whom be can hand over functions, of treu.urer general." The people hold Shuater in'greet teem and are much Incensed Cicalnat the cabinet because of its action im might have been attended with verj hlm wrlttM pro. serious results, occurred bete last ev- tMU pnillir thft hOIfi Of Flank WTitten to the au- Despatehes from ening, wneu me mime ui Despatches from Shlrai Adams was completely destroyed bj i received here eivo further detail, of fire. Mr. Auams and one of his sons'! the attack on the Indian cavalry at. had just gone to their homestead cast The Indian troope of New Dayton Mrs Adams was ill! escorting W A. Smart. British consul in bed. It is not known how the at Shirai, from the port of Buahlre fire originated. The children v.crc preparing tea in the kitchen and pass- ing iiitn the liMng room found it in flames. Mrs. Adams made hei es- cape through her bedioom window. All the household efloctv were de- stroyed, including a piano, only a trunk being II is said the loss is partially coveted by hisui- ance. _ FERNIE HAD A MERRY CHRISTMAS CHURCHES HELD ENTERTAIN MENTS-REMEMBER FOOR-A QENIBAL GOOD "TIME 1 (Special to the Herald) Fernie, IJoo. 2b -Christmas daj was more generallj observed here than usual. yeslerdai' 'The was cold but fine-and the streets in his post Suddenly when ed In the vicinity of Kazeroom, 5S miles west of. Shirni, they were at- tacked on all stdm hv Periiani. "X desperate fight.followed lu which the troopers used their, lances and car-.' with great rigor. The Ferriage1; wore driven off and It li kelieved they: carried- neveral dead aad -rounded with them, while the Indian, cavalry- men also Buttered a number ago. Ihe Anglican church held Christ ina o( appendicitis which brought R- off an .is though the-. Hammond near ileath'. toot traiiieit veterans The glftb on the Uiristiras eve, caused Christmaii tret were distributed at fneias much uneasiness Mr. Ham- l he close of the ami everv- suddenl) ill late In tb' e amueeuMuvui ishing number oi inquiries hour, proji five hundred being u an ast ,onf from voung men i. played at ten Afte, refresh and coKing pur gonei-atty accented fact danee a a large number contemplate moving to Western Canada in the spring Mr White believM that no beltet i last of sett let. the world could minimum oi1 shale, making the jit. la more..than Jlkely tnat the atten- worh of luininii' very easy in one ro-jtion of win he turned gard. j almost wholly in the coking end of 'AnothCT feature of the mine which the proposition .will make the development of the The reason foi Is lhal _.. ..__________ properlv comparatively easy is the I this field of coking coal Her, closer and the joung peoole enjojed a ln jlva mllsl! ot lhe lown ot Ca-dston' uct that the entrances may be made to tlie Great Kalli smelters than any happv hour in thl. paatlme Those ,s a fnc, nhlcl, UOB juel bean madelfrom lhc bank of Leo Creek, Urns ooal Held in Southern Alberta. t these institutions ind menls been eerved the spacious I thijiugbout tlie but that there dining room we. cleared for dancing .g.'n Of tons Ijing with m body, especially the little bodies, the eumng and ivai taken at oi.ce to went home iiappj the hospital, wher. Bis Bon- The Church of England will .distn- nau allj Corsan performed huto pi'ssonts tomonow night and the patient which for the Baptist churcli will ilo Iiliouiis threatened to prove too on Thursday evening The Preubyti-r- jmnch tor the nuftrrer, but his robust ions are postponing tiieii gift (listn- constitution has broiiKht him u l billions until nnxt The Salvation Army Bawl who had ielt all homesick thor oiighlv appreciated the kind hospital- he obtained than these roung men ltj of Mr aad lamed in thf most scientihc mcth I Hel v W took the (IsAt{ (or maWng -jt n to the public. It I. n fact I ing ay with deep shafts, and liie eiei and lo li K. Me Arthur oKMmuj lioisiinB (.pparatun. of this city, must be no thorough analysis of the mis The Inspector ol Immigration lias received many inquines from fai- mcrs irnm all o'er Western Panada, alKiut the Show Last year this inoinlng to epend a short bollda) friends at the houndai-y Born, to Ml and D Marshall, National Corn formerh of Lethbiidge, on Dec U, a K C Hill, oi Clmetmts trade leu brisk m! Uurlllf the past year Mi McArth' ha; been engaged in living out 4 uravitj water a) stem for the tovui nt ind It was rilllllins Oreat Palls Is the natuinl market for Southern ATberln coke producls, so lhat th" corapiin> belies e that they will ho able 30 lind a markel there in whlcli Ihov can compete on wh.c'i has already boon done, thai the! account ot Iheir provimlu to (he coa! in the seam has been made as yet IJ is known from tlie development work coil is bolh domestic and sic nn purposes, and tlie people of his prellmlnai v surveys for this nil c ird-lou are assured ot a good supply portant plecs ot that ho happen week and the merchant, report (o locale bed in qnosHon I Imdmimler, carried oil at the show which was held in Columbus, Ohio, best prck of peas His Biicceis hai (o ihe houses the icrtvil'y ,toll ,..t slrusr fom Eonth o( j reek, fiom ol roal right at tlieir very doors. Iho t'eu'.ure which most appeals to the members of the new coal concern is the fuel that the coal Is oi Iho coking variety. In the ouin- led many othst westerners to lollow (l though eome of ae draWn. i result ot the promoter. Mr. McArlhur. hib iiample they w ill men here can't keep to tlieir ,h, Of this mine Card j 0nmnt6B the value ot the holiling havi to wait another icar and Mi joun line of goods, so that misunder ihg Of the 8 VCTV ainolderablc eitent. Aa (jOTdjlon Coal ami Colic Co which e-viwiin cnt has 'been made with a. nmntity of tlic coal, which proved bo the leading figure In tb- pRny. Otfior memheis of tion will be Alt. Smith, John Brodie. Mill will also hold the trophy for Banding In beginning to IDlS'sti it has been decided not, to woui-J be a pity lo have any shortly incorpora'ed to handle Imld any .how, until 1IUS when this, kind in fnfoMon, B. McArthUr will any ,vill .be held at Columbus, South Cit- olins. reports tho out- loot present is that the rush from ,lUp linited States will as greet ever in the. spring. ON C. P. R. Dnring the coming year' the Ctnedltfi Pacific railway will latlall.a mile. of. ielephoiie for opei'a- 'tluri Veet of WjtL DIVIDE NEW London, Dec. to the H. M. and W. A. Whlddlnjton ot toft- CJInkAf I l.Aft. KING AND QUEEN TO MAKE TOUR Bully Mall from Sydney, N. .S. snd BenJ.raln Street. J. ssys that Britain" ano France I vlu Win. Laurie, of Cerdslon. entered lute for the] The cempany will be (aeorvor- division of the Hebrides, the] tted vttb a capital of They ioint tovemment a fail- bare recently reeetved tor the property In uuestlon, and will comment development work Inraed- lutely. The seam ol thin new U mt ef thu in Allterta, Pec. The Sen- Hearlde. iren'p in the Pacific ocean I. wlmlnirtered by. (nixed commission of Md nsval offlcere, press says it is underitood that King Oeorje and Queen willundertake a series of estate visits to European capi- tals In 1.912. marktl The C H It piopojed extension of the A It ami 1 Hue Irom Pincher CrfpK to Canlston passe., within a couple oi miles ol die properly, nnd ;t spin track to the mine mas im laid very little ''difficulty. Tlic' extcn- "ion of tlie C.' N. R. from near Pinch, ei Creek to I IIP a', Coiltto :ilso masses wlthiti n few miles O'i the thus affording admlraMe trniiBDortatloh facilities. Tlilu latter line, when bnllt, should glvo (he com- pany close comieulibn wilh tbolr mar. ftet at Grent Falls. The development work of the now compnny with all pos- sible rapidity, and'lt'is expected that within the coming yoav such progrese will have been mnde as to have a fully equipped hiinr working almost on the boundary 'he town of Cardslon.' The people there much pleased with "Jhe prospect, and he- linve that C.rdeion will 'soon take among the mlnlns centres of Southern- Alborta. out as usual upon their annual tout of the lown, discoursing at most of the iciidenops anil upon tlie business streets. These Salvation Army people (to not stop at making music, have a most practical way of remembering people upon such occas'ioiu and man) ii lilrllt child who might'go'UiireHiem- hercii, otherwise, is made giaii hv these thoiighlful peoole The skating nnk was .ull 01 happ) skakrs nil afternoon and. tar itito liii night, the ice bcmis in excellent ron- dition. out of tenons danger thought-that he It Hammond is. one ot pst residents and was a member of Iho R N" W M P. before coming here lie one of the first to vol- iinicfr to go to South Africa and scrml through campaign much credit He ii city electrician. manj fnemls at Piiicher Creek ant othi'i be to teat ol his recovery. l-lumlnids of lurkv.s raffled oft during S.ititrdk, and j-sterdav it the EAGER FOR PEACE IN CHINA Toluo, Dec. Emperor per-, n.nliv opened the Diet today Tn his he deeply dploret the dUtutb- aV they an looking tfl I he romiof 'jeai with LOAD OF LUMBER FELL ON FARMER. Bassano, Doc. rOEretablo ac- during Satm-dM and j'sterdav Jt tiie ---v- nr.t 03 In Chun and prays for a speedy, vailous hotels nnd cithir open places What a few week. was feared o..ponce, would he n dreary Christinas'turned out io Ire one of the most merry ever experienced in town. The. trains'have been full 'of pass- engers for the last week or two, bringing to town and taking away many hilidty rliitors The winter excursion rates been 'taken- ad- vantage of this S'tac alt fiteusiiflv at usual. All in all it T.-IS Christmas lo all eldont occurred at the half way stop-, plug place when Lav is Albert "With- ers, a well known iarmer of Berry Creek, lost his life. He across the bridge a small strewn when the wagon wheel. went one tide of the bridge. It wse loaded with lumber and half: the load foil OB lop ef Mr. Wither., Instantly him Life was eitlnct when ltei> jinlved and pulled the lumber off. ;