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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Lethbridire. Alta.. Wednesday, December Number 14 ROBBERS BREAK INTO KIPP P.O. A LOST HUSBAND IN A PHOTOGRAPH ACTOR DEMON STAGE POLICE WILL THEIR WAS MISSING AN ONTARIO BANK JOINS THE UNION L M. JOHNSTONEA GOVERNOR Wife and Daughter Find New Board for Provincial Face in Photo of Grain Growers .Montreal, Dec. No- vember, 1904, Sophus Han- son' .disappeared from the city -leaving a -wife and daugh- ter. He was given up for dead, until the recent visit of the grain growers' dele- gation to Ottawa, where a group photograph was taken. The wife and' daughter here recognized the features of one of the farmers as that of husband and father, and they are' now-maMng strenuous ef- forts" to locate in' West- ern- Canada. University Has Been Named Edmonton, Dec: LOCATED AN ANARCHIST ARSENAL to POLICE IAD A VERY BUSY Hundred Gases ori theHecords of the Gottrt POLICE FEES PlCOSTOF The city ppilce has more than Chief- Gillespie IB preparing his an- report council for -presentation to the paid for .itself ths year, according to re'p'ort which. Chief Gillespie is presentation to the city council. the months end- governors, of the..university ot Alber- Daily Telegraph the search by the ta, which was authorized by the Uni- police for the Hounsditch burglars versity act, passed meet- who shot several policemen to death ing of the ap-ia-few nights has led-to the dis- pointed. The members .are as follows: covery of a complete anrachist arsen- 0: M. barrister, Edmonton, al, in the house in Gold street, Step- E. C. Pardee, banker, Edmonton. ney, formerly occupied by the dead Dr. Ryan, physician, Vermillion. burglar Gardstein. Here the police Michael Clark, M.P., farmer, Olds, found large quantities OL, material, A. L, Cameron, merchant, Calgary, used in the manufacture Of explosives, clt7 council at the, first meeting -m iUaA Euston Sisley, physician, Calgary, and also abarchistic literature, wear 1911. .-The records show that during} The whole depart- SEVEN SCHOp WILL LOSE GRANtS Ing -the total receipts Including for. taxes, 027.15. for poll Kennedy, physician, leod. L. M. barrister, bridge. R. E.. Starks, farmer, Meiiclae Hut. Mac- of various Kinds and'dum bullets. Leth-! dum C. N. R. STATION DESTROYED i Jtiegina, Dec. K-R. sta- Mr. Justice Stuart, chancellor, and at Cudie- noTih of Regina, .was President Tory are ex-officio.members totally destroyed >by fire on Monday of the board of governors. "1; >T. JT .7. .T. .Tj Tr WOMEN QUARREL OVER CARDS Mrs. Elizabeth Porter Causes.Mri. J. R. Priefae'fi Arrest on Charge "y Chicago, Dec.. the secitiel to a hatpin Mrs. Jotm 5L -Pxleie, 1639 Greenleaf avenue, was .arraign-' cd Sheffield" avenue 'court yester- day on -a charge of assault and bat- tery, airs. Elizabeth 3032 Osr; good street, said the trouble occurred in Hallesen's Clark street and Devon avenue, in. a- quarrel over a game of cards. ".Mrs. Porter accused me of cheat- said Mrs. Priebe, "and I.slapped her face, but I did not stab her with a hatpin. She had me arrested be- cause she is jealous of my good play- ing." Judge Scully continued the case "for a week, so that -'witnesses to the af- fair might 'be summoned. HWBANKTOr BE ABSORBED BY UNION 1910'there were 645 convictions, aiid ment includeg such expenses as relief work, the. 123 cases were-dismissed, making a total of-'768 cases. The particulars of" these cases are: Bylaw and Under, Criminal Code Assa'uit- six extra 1 power of and the force, when.; the the taking: purchase of supplies They Failed to Observe The Ontario School Law Toronto, Dec. The: provincial 4_ school grant has been withheld from j Jt, sevea- schools in- Eastern- -Onliario --as 1j[ the result oi investigations -iriade into.] the charges that the; school laws nat' being properly :r abserved: -The faults found were in .some .cases Roman Catholic- religious instruction j was being "given in; the: school, 'and; in .j. others that not erio'ugti English -was taught.' The be restored when these' faults are' rectified. T; .The school sections penalized.. those CURTAIN 4 AROSE Grace Georges Leading .Man Succumbs in trait Theatre, Fraiii :jare 12 and .9, Caledonia, "v Fresco tt; No. ISTos, 11, Russell; No. -1, and- SToY Clar- creating ..Tneft-rv-.. vagrancy snopbreaking j .Lunacy Jtf'requenUng; hotuHMT of theldea and Hblders of Both Banks are Cirtiin to dp Capitalization HURRICANE SWEEPS -CANARY ISLAND MAINBUILi TO BE X Madrid, Dec.. -gov- ernment has been officially advised -that a- violent hurri- cane devastated Gomera, one of the Canary Islands. There was considerable loss of life and a great loss of property. A DANDY Lethbridge .Will Have Reason to be Proud of Agricultural Hall C. J. Eckstorm, president of the Lethbridge, Agricultural Society, has received blue prints from Architect W. T. Williams, for the main build-' ing to be erected on the grounds at Henderson Park. The -building ore- N.B. BOASTS OFASIMDS St. John, N. B., Dec. au- -uiJor-u-cHcrai's reputl shows New Brunswick had last year, the-total from all sources being After providing for Bhootlng with- intent Attempted suicide obtaining, money by false pretences Forgery. the United Empire BankjAdministeiing drugs Toronto, Dec. __ Keeping: Disorderly conduct iftaudulently obtaining mon- 1.... 2... come together at an early date at a Indian' Act.....-.......... special meeting, they will be asked: to approve of an agreement for thft amalgamation of the Union Bank of y with violence Masters' and Ser .'-vahts' Act............39___12 Kailway Act..............36.... '3 Aeddent of, the jeneduin France-Two Noted Are Day Act 1___7 Manitoba Grain Act 2___1 Canada and the United Empire Bank'Liquor JUcense Ordinance. 9., of Canada. The proposed amalgam- ation, which both the Union Bank and the board of the United Empire- Bank have approved, will place, the' united banks in the front rank re- gards capitalization. The com- bined assets of the two banks will be over One feature which adds considerably to their is that the branches of the two banks are not duplicated anywhere except at Toronto. The Union Bank will take over, all the assets and liabilit- iefi of the Empire Bank, and the -business will carried on it is at present, with the tame status >f the Union 'Paris, Dec. worst aero- plane accident in the history of aviation, occurred today at Issy, when Marquis .Paula and Alexanders Lafion, chief pilot of the Antoinette school of -aviation, were killed by ah eighty foot fall from their Antoinette. monoplane. Lafioh's wife witnessed the tragedy within fifteen, minutes of the time she had kissed her daring husband farewell. She threw herself into a 1 paroxism. of grief over his mangled body. She is in a critical condition from the shock. Lafion was piloting the machine, and Paula, the owner of the mono- plane, was a passenger. They were contesting for a prize offered for the speediest two-passenger flight I from Paris to -Brussels and return. MONSTER STEAMERS FOR A'LLAN LINE London, Dec. is stat- ed .that the have entered into arrangements with a large .shipbuilding company for the construc- tion of two new. monster, steamers of the fastest type. be second to none: forbeauty and util- chiefly from timber crown lands was ited Empirc has about twenty, all L compared-with the in fTt last year under the Robinson mg 273 feet long and 100 feet 8 inch- ment The f cs wide. _ ,.The central part of the ditures Wic 443" imldmg is m feet i inches across, education Saas-S ?ermanent bridg- cS Tire expenditure oh ac- smaller domes at the front corners._ ricuitural cducatjon is fought in the revolution, was buried On Bather side are single storey ex- creased. tensions- 55 feet 8 inches long, the -_____________ ends-having rounded roofs. I The ground floor, plan shows that a large amount of floor.space well ar- ranged, is Available., is made 'for light, so that "the" whole building will be exceedingly well lighted. central part is circular in the centre, under the immense dome and has three rooms at the corners with a spacious stairwav, to the sec- ond storey at the fourth corner, which is to the-left, of the main entrance. The second storey consists of a roomy balcony surrounding the circu- lar space in the centre with three rooms designed for toilet and waiv jug; moms at .the corners, the fourth corner being the stairway. The front entrance is of very hand- some design. Altogether the building if the plans are put into execution, will present a very handsome appear- ance and will be a source of pride as well as of usefulness. The building will cost approximate- ly Mr, Eckstorm is having six copies of the prints made which. ..will hn distributed. among the direc- tors for careful study before brought before a meeting at which BLACKBALLED New York, Dec. liam Loeb, Jr., collector of customs of the port of New York, and secretary to the president, during President Roosevelt's administration, has been denied membership 'in the Union .League Club of New York city. The known opposition of the club to 'Jews was at the bottom of the rejection. HER FATHER FOUGHT AT BUNKER HILL Fort Madison, la., Dec. daughter of__ -Mr..Watson was at the time. here today. Until her death in Chic-i and cit? e i Hce jjoth working on the case, but ago on bunflay, she was one of three} have no definite cluss as to the surviving original daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs; Fahey was born in York county. Pennsyl- vania in 1818. She was the daughter of Robert Elliott, who was an officer in the continental lines, and tdok part In the famous battle at Bunker HilL BURGLARSMADE HAUL AT KIPP Entered Post-Office and Took Money, Stamps and Dry Goods night during the blizzard the machine 'capsized, and lafion that-was raging at that time, Wat- made frantic efforts .to right the fall- ____...................___ son's store and post office there- fng crajtj feut ,t to the oround by Yeje- _. turn? ovftr tw.ce Rraph and telephone coirpaaies. but a j they have been unable to devise meth- Lafion fell a few feet distant from' ods'by which the influence can be coun the wrecked aeroplane, and his head. teracted. Great confusion has been .wrought FREAK OF NATURE CRIPPLEMVICE Minneapolis, Dec. wire ser- vice all over the middle--west is crip- pled today by a mysterious freak of The trouble is laid to pecu- Detroft, Mich, before the local theatre was to go up Worthing, leadin, Grace George, .was with a hemorra'ghe ;fifi and' died in a few iniiiM'Ji'-X house .efi at the time. were and" an- nouacement :of a ment of the inade from the stage. The actor was 50'years old, aad. had -been affected witfi- tuberculosis for- a- number' years., He had walked from his hotel" "apparently in his THK ual health. EpMO.NTON TO- VOTE ON jfidinonton; provisionally. passed: bentufe laws- to the total: of .wnicii-vwQl -be ;-voted large 'for another over t the '-for a stock at the exhibition. for "the purchase- of :iaduV trial sites, and for 'Jasper af-: enue subway. V REV. CANON MACHIN Kenora, Ont, Dec. oh Chas. J. Mus.. Bac., an; old and well-known clergyman, passed away at the residence of his son, Cap- tain H. A. Machin, M. P. P., of this on Friday, at the age of. 82 years. DALY SEVERE IN SENtEflCf Upon Man Whb -Threw Bottle Through Street Car The bur- glars effected an entrance by prying open one of the windows in a skilful manner. They took about a hundred dollars' worth of stuff, including in stamps, sir-all amount of cash, about' worth of dry goods and n i some cheap watches. "V i petrators. IS DEAD Dawson, Y. sud- den death took place at Dawson yes- tcrday of Roderick L. a i leadmg member of the bar and'reprc- j scntaiiv-c in the Yukon council for the Bonanza district. Ashbaugh formerly practiced law in Hamilton, Ont., and He went to Daw- DEAD IN PARLIA1 :NT CHANGE THE NAME Ottawa, Dec. Militia Gazette at, issued this morning announces that prornl- bemfi the Alberta Mounted Rifles will in ncnt part m pubhc aftalrs in lho they will bo discussed and any chang- 1 ruture bo "19th- Alberta will be mad-o. Drajoona." north and was a Conservative lics Ho was bom in Oxford I Ont.. and was 68 years of afi Sofia, Bulgaria, Dec. M. Payakoff, ex-Minister of Finance, died suddenly of heart failure during a debate in parjiament. Reference had been made to the propoe- ed impeachment of ex-minis- ters, of whom he was one, and eight deputisa had late- ly signed a demand for the prosecution of the ex-minls- ter for corruption and illegal- ity. M. Payakoff was aibout to explain when" he fell dead. ..-The debate wasiAdjourned. was crushed and hit right arm driven -into his cheat. The Marquis was caught in the wreckage. Both men were unconscious. 'Thoy were tak- en to Boncaicault. Hospital, Paula dying as he was being carried into the hoepital and Lafion a few. min- utes later. Lafion was 27 years of age, and one of the .best known of French'in- structors. Fauia had done iiitie fiy- ing by" himself, but was one of "tfce chief promoters oi the sport, spending much of his great wealth in further- ing the sport. by the almost total of Winnipeg, Dec. street car situation drags on wearily. The com- pany claims to be operating a full service and with the. exception of or two .lines: which they are'not ating at 'they doubtless are. Cer-. are operating plenty- ot cars, but their schedules are totally NO CHANGE IN THE SITUATION The strike situation in the city is unchanged and the building business is apparently coine on with no appre- difference.. .The members ot the Builders Exchange: are hiring men as they need them, but according to vhoir determination are not asking them whether they arc union men or ;iOfe. They arc working, on the basis ci the open shop they have declared day associated press report. the service. Grain trading at -the disorganized, owing to inexperienced Chamber of Commerce-was hampered, ci i v --u-i private messages failed to get through live up 'to taa and the news trie newspap- RowcvcrT they ers suffered. At ten .a.m.. local n-ews- run safely, accidents being few and trifling. The strikers still profess con fidence aud firmness, but a few of the men have returned to work. In polica court this morning W. Wasyl Barati, a strike sympathizer, who threw away an empty bottle so carelessly that it went through, a car window, was sen- tenced to nine months, Hon. T M. Daly hinting, that the next offender in this regard would get five years in penitentiary. IS r u. T D i. i. m i A STATION SITE There is a rumor on the streets that the Grand Trunk Pacific have bought the Mounted Police barracks site from the Dominion gov- X ernment for a station site. The rumor is not given much -j. credence, however. MABEL BARRISON IS STRICKEN Actress Believed to Have tion, Quits Stags and to California Consump; Goes FEAR FOR ARCTIC "SCHOONER New York, Dec. received from Brigue, Nfld., by Her- bert L. Bridgman, president of the Feary Arctic club, have" aroused fears, Miss Barrison, who is the fti to the iafety of Arctic Howard, the actor-composer, left er Jeanie. She must either be lost'at once for California to remain xui- or frozen up in some port in iLabrn-j til spring, when she expects to ap- dor or in the Bay pear In a new play in New Yorlt. Chicago, Dec. dispatch from iJes Mc-Iaes, la., states that Mabel J3arrlson, the actress has consump- tion, and her part in "Lulu's Hus- band" has been transferred to her understudy for the rest of the season. wife .ot. ;