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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L i M' "____ TO GIVE IT NAME Mic to Orata to Fair (From Daily.) Tlte dirt-otors of the Lcthbridge and Society held a mating in the Council Cham- night. committees were ap- ALoERTA BUS Gttt fccond Reading Ways and r Messrs. Eck-j Oliver and Fair-field. grounds aud Messrs .Hatch, Whitney and Keyes. j Agricultural Hall, and Exhibition, j Fairneld, Adonis' ,aad Keflkr. -Messrs- Cook, Hemelryk, ausd Harvey. j Hemelryk, and Colpma.n. Cattle, Sheep, and Messi-s. Oliver and Bowman. Domostic Products, Homework and Messrs. Pairneld, Kck- xtonn, and Faw.son. "Sporting- -Messrs. Hum- j Colpiuan, Hatch. i Hnuk tuid Harvey. I Program aiid and McCaugherty. Iftstltu-te and Entertainments, Fair 1 afeld and Hatch. (WMtern AsMCUttel PreM.) Edmonton. Jan. The session of the legielature yesterday entirely routine. Several were given second readings follows: Garnish- ment of civil servants' Bouding of public officials; Amend- ment to charter of Lethbridge, grath and Raymond; and an act providing for enforeinent of judge's orders in matters not in court. A commission of nine members was appointed for organization and con- trol of the provincial library. Qs Thursday C. Hiebert, Conservative, Rosebud, will ask questions concern- ing negotiations between the Alberta Govmrant and the Bell' Telephone company relative to the purchase of the lines- in the province. HORSE RACE AT CLARESHOLN Caused Excitement and a Good Deal of Interest :RTT1SH HOUSE OF C( MAN'S PARLIAMENT Opened in London This Morning Mass of Legis- lation for the Laboring Classes Old Age Pension Bill Conservatives Favor Tariff Re- form and are in a Fighting Mood. (Western Associated Press.) [enemy's country, while signs are not pate a very- considerable 'support London, Jan. as the London christened it in adVance was conven- 'a Par- joking that the government will be Press has considerably hampered by the de- s of the Socialist ring of the crsn od todav. It chose an appropriate party.and the uncompromising name. So great a mass of proposed legislation in interests chiefly of classes was never before for a single session of Brit- 1 ish Parliament. Not that the i speech was much, out of the ordinary but the session promises to be far different from the usual kind. It will continue till the middle of July, then be six weeks vacation and re- sumption "till December. After the Commons have acted on the immense of the Nationalists under the leadership of Mr. Redmond. Laborites and Socialism Indications are that the Socialist propaganda is gaining headway among the Laborites, who are now represented by about a hundred members and look to make greatly increased gains-at the next election. Undoubtedly the outstanding feature of the election of the, winter of 1906 was the success of the candi- I trodaction, indications" are .that the 1 Lords will either reject some of the (Special to The Herald.) _________ Claresholm, Jan. following accounts 'were raferr-' the Oddfellows a Masquer- j mQre __ thb Ways and. ball was held here on Friday, j measures> or so modify There was a large attendance and. wn aulhors Fntvlv 8.00 amount of bills slated for early in- surpassirig the most sanguine ititi H1O3V AAULUJC wi not to say Socialistic Comnioiis known to So far Stationery A Wakeiy 24-00 'IMMbridge Trades and-Labor Council 10.00 at Seed -Fair 80.00 .Account Overdrawn at Bank 825.89 There -was a large attendance the costumes werp exceedingly The -dance ended about 3 a. m. Inspector Camie? has been, drawing the attention of the Council to the them that not know fact that many of the habit of leaving rubbisH. ami papers around and hiis been request Mr, Fairfiel-d reported that the So- by the Mayor to keep a look-out doty could oMain. a Tspace of 20 feet for thiiS sort of thing and put a stop irootmge at the Dominion Fair to be ta it- )cM In Calgary. If more was want- Mrs. Frank Fair has returned to m could be placed on the the Old Country. grounds. He had made some coilec- At to Mr. and Hrs. ma of grain, in the sheaf to be plac Huckvate, a daughter. There is every indication that the present session vrill -witness a -more active struggle between Government and Opposition forces than any since the closing days of the JBalfour ad- ministration. The Conservatives come back elated by their recent bye- election successes, particularly that of Mid-Devon, where contest turn- ed almost wholly on the fiscal ques- tion. With exception of a scattering Cobdenite section led by Lord Cromer and voiced by the Spectator, the Unionist Party is now practically united in support of tariff revision, and are supplementing the battle of the session by an earnest propoganda in the provinces in anticipation of an early dissolution, when this ques- tion is almost certain to overshadow all else, members cally been served with notice to quit, and possibly they will be driven into the Liberal fold. Premier and the Lords, It was apparent today that Sir Henry Campbell-Bannennan was much br his visit to the Alter some discussion it was decided south of France, anS from recent an- to.Mfc the public through the press.! An mterest.ng. horse there appears little names, the same to be for likelihood of bia abandooning to Mr. Asquith the leadership in the Com- mons for a dignified retirement to the upper House. Such was likely at one time, but since the direct chal- lenge flung at the House of Lords by the government such has been out of the question. So far the country at largb seems to take this matter lose their The travellinff grain judging school here in. the end of tlie woslt and well attended. The wires and poles of the electric installation are being repaired. eil exhibit. -The secKttary announced that he had 'the misfortune to lad secured the use of the council thrue months old child. dauaber for the lectures to be given auspices of the agricultural at the hours of 2 p. m. 8 p. m. A. P. Folcy, poultry of the department of agriculture and J, Ixmgmore will dis now and as Messrs. Cook and Her- -UHB advanced methods of poultry mon are to utilize the old shooting vuaiftg and other subjects of, interest gallery as a show room for lamps. at these meetings. .etc.. it looks as if we shall soon, have the. electric light again, matter 01 choosing a namo for, s f j i 2f. Holmes has sold his store to K. fair grounds received some atten- Walsh, of Winnipeg, and -will discon- It the unanimous opinion the grounds should be named. tiaw buslne9s on lst of Febru'- Irreconcilable Free Trade of the party have practi- on Saturday. It was between -Northern Farmer" B. Burnett. If the residents of Andruw These i ran oti Dav over a 1 district will interest themselves .w- quarter of a mile when the former this matter it will be appreciated jincilv- TTolmftii- UTJIC the society. won pretty easily. of the opinion that his mare had im- he had 'had her proved a lot and -u_j t0 District for some time. UNUSUAL SPECTACLE Americans Applaude Prayer of Chap- lain at Opening of Congreti Washington, Feb. most un- spectacle of applauding the of the chaplain occurred in ahe House- of Hepresentatives. The had hardly concluded when iand clapping and 1'aughter were ireard from various directions. The- prayer ran; "Good Lord de- liver us. bewpoh Thee, from Jir.go, the Demagogue, the Bigot, and all undcsirablfi and give the. Patriot and States- man, the broad minded, generous Jtearted, manly man, that Thy King- dom come and Thy will be done on as it is in heaven; for Christ's sake. Amen. P. Terway and F. Smith of Calgary and H. Oats of Claresholm. The dis tance Is to be 5 miles and Oats and Smith are each.to run 2J miles. If ther weather keaps clear the match, will arouse much interest. DR. TOR RANGE'S DEATH Mumrrf's Liniment Co., Limited. (From Wednesday's Daily) The Herald received a dispatch from Guclph today concerning the death of Ttev. Torrance. It says: "No-t many friends knew that he was ailing. On Sunday" he conducted ser- vices in Homewood Sanitarium. 3tTon day he developed angina nectoris, a distressing form of heart trouble but was up and about on Thursday. He was licensed to .preach at the age oi" 22. He vras known a-5 the cher. He celebrated his golden wedd- ing in 1904. Mrs. Toncence survives with Mrs. Nicol, Guclph. and Higinbotham, Jjethbridge, daugh- j tors: W. B., general rnan- agcr Royal Bank, Montreal, and R. ;L., Armstrong Manufactur- imr Co.. G-uoluh. sons. quinsj' iaid me Tui and a. lot of money. j the lump .again forming in any throat, I bathed freely with MIX- LTrCTnt EN T, and saiurauiig n. cJoUt with the liniment left it on all Sight. morniog tho swelling was gono and t attributed the warding off of attaick of quinsy to the frco use MTNAPJXS LINIMT3NT. G-, F. SL John. TENDERS FOR G. T. P. (Western Associated Press.) Ottawa, Feb. Transicontincn ty or ill-considered legislation by the lax Commoner. Majority Still Intact Behind the premier ia the vast Known marccn was i ouietlv enough, popular feeling being X. verv quiet weddinc was: eelebra-t-: place- but there was quite a number H in favor of an efticient cneck on naa- oil Thursday, the 30th .inst.. when "present at the race track at 3 p. m, of the most popular and sue- The distance was a quarter of a mile teaaful of Lsthbridge's young fanners and -the start took some time owing grown tired of the lonely life to "Northern Farmer" to of a. bachelor resolved to join the Finally the bbrses got away on of the benedicts. The happy even terms and as was expected took pface at 11 o'clock we the "Dot" slipped away three lengths in 3MMAe ol W. II_ Robson, Esq., of front and looked at first like winning mbb St., atKT the knot was secure- easily, but half way in. the stretch, fc'wt by the P.W. J. M. Harrison she began to tire and "Northern Church. The principals Farmer" caught her fifty yards out William. Albert Tiffin, Esq., and and won easily by a length and a Florence Pringle Robinson, who half. winner was .ridden by J- in the city on -Wednesday K. Watf and 31r. HJelmer rode his ing from Toronto. Miss Robin- mare. is well known as she was the -A- relay race has been-arranged to teacher of the White School take place here on Feb. 6th between cent Unionist successes their num- bers still fall short of a quarter of hopes of then- leaders, and resulting in the most democratic House of Sir Campbeli-Bannerman suc- ceeded for two sesions in putting off the reckoning, though both the Gov- vernment and the Opposition is committed ,to the principle of old age pensions. Kow, "however, it is clear that this powerful Eadical sec- tion will insist on the carrying out of pledges made in the first flush of victory, along the lines of social re- form. Tne Government is "pledged to bring in a miners' eight hour bill, pit mouth to mouth, and will ly attempt a considerable widening of the franchise." Other drastic gov- ernment legislation will-be along the lines of by cancelling without compensation the licenses of all "tied leavirg their re- newal to the discretion of the local a'athori--y, fae bitterly con- tested by the Unionists, who antici- BRAVE BRAKESMAN LOST HIS LIFE Presence of Mind Saved Weman From Death (Wettarn AeeecUted Montreal, Jan. J. Scott. O, T- R. brakfeinan, who was instantly killod at S-trathmore lest evening sacrificed his life to save that of a woman passenger. Scott majority of juat two years ago, still employed on Voudruil local and intact though at times unwieldy and woman got off. even chaotic. Notwithstanding re and children in old country. WilHon tfeniwl that such had bcoa made jfn his Lordship sentenced prisoner to three months' imprisonment in the R. X. W. M. Barracks, and rtatod that he will recommend to the Dominion Government, >that accused be deported. In all probability, therefore, Adamson will be sent back to England before his sentence expired. His Lordship added that -though this might seem to Ins a light sen- tence for the ofle.nce of bigamy, siill the criminal code as amended seem- ed to take into consideration1 only the injury done to the second wife, and in this case -rery little injury had been inflicted. Sarah had already had one experience and had not 1-earned much from her 'previous les- son. Adamsou took -the sentence very cheerfully and seemed greatly reliev- ed that he had got oil so lightly. The prospect of a England evident ly pleased him. TORY POLICY OUTLINED Cant Shdd Crtrei al FOUND NOT GUILTY for tenders for tho construction of miles of transcontinental rail- way, 178 miles in Ontario, 195 in New Brunswick, .and ,'52 in Quebec. The toiKFers must be in by "March 10, .after which date less than six hun- dred milea of the Winnipcp-Moncton section will remain to be tendered for (Western Associated Press.) New York, Feb. Thaw was acquitted of the of Stan- ford -White shortly after noon today on the grounds of being Insane at the time of the murder. Immediately jury returned the verdict Judge Dowling committed the prisoner to the asylum for criminal insanity at Mattewan subject to his possible recovery. The jury had been out twenty-five hours almost to the minute and are said to have taken about a dozen bai- ths When the verdict was announced pandemon- ium broke loose in tho court room. Thaw's counsel, Litiieton ai'iCeu Judge Dowling to release the prisoner im- mediately. The Justice refused the request. A messenger was despatch- ed to get prosecutor Jerome who was in his office. On Jerome's arrival the request for releast was renewed. After a moments reflection Dowiing said, "The jury having found ac- quittal on the pround of insanity at the time of the shooting the court feels it incumbent on itself to look into the testimony given at the trial for the decree of that unsoundness. The defendant's experts sought to establish anaemic and progressive in- sanity. That testimony was based on prior outbreaks oh the part of the defendant. The nurse who cared for him in London, the physicians from Monte Carlo, Dr. Wells and Dr. tfcstifisd tc the sams out- breaks. It appeared from the evi- dence that the recurrence was rea- sonably certain to take place at any The" court 5s satisfied that to allow the defendant to be at large at present time' would-be dangerous to the public safety. The court there- for orders that the defendant having been acquitted on the grounds of in- sanity and the court deeming his discharge at this time would be dan- gerous, it is ordered that Harry K- Thaw be taken forthwith to Matte- wan State Hospital for the insane and the court orders the sheriff of this county to conduct him there im- mediately." Mr. Littleton took exception to the word "forthwith" and asked reason- able delay to consult his client. Judge Dowling granted a reasonable time. Thaw was then taken back to the Tombs to await further action. His counsel after consultation announced they would decide by "three-this, after- noon whether or. not to fifht his cent- mittment to Mattewan. institution is for crim- inally said his counsel, "but according to the verdict Thaw is not a criminal." A writ of habeas corpus has been drafted up to present to Judge New- burger in case it is decided ts-fight to have him, released immediately. KEYES WILL CASE (From Wednesday's Daily) The cross-examination of Mrs. Bouck was continued in the Sxipreme Court yesterday afternoon -iy Mr. Harris. new facts wore brought out, and the wkness stuck to the ev- idence given; by her in her. examina- tion in chief. In December, 1906, witness was in Seattle, at the time that Keyes was there also. She de- nied having addrestsed an envelope to Miss Ellie at Mountain Station Ontario, who was a -niece of the de- ceased. The case of JRose vs. Bouck was continued ,in the Supreme Court this morning. Ijeonard Bouck being cross- examined by Mr. Harris. The first point taken up was the deposit of cheques of James Keyes 3dxs. Bouck? in the Canadian Bank "of Com- merce.'" It was shown that the depo- sit was made in the month of Feb- ruary, 1S07, alter the death of Kcvcc, circoinslixneec to the making of the will were then gone over and the relations existing.; between -witnose and -deceased discussed. The witness was, put through a searching cross-examina- tion in order to -test her memory, and verify details in regard to the" life and habits of the deceased and his condition-when on a spree. To His Lordship witness stated that in his opinion Keyes left his property to Mrs, Bouck because she had tended to him in his different pe1- riods of sickness and had acted to him like a mother and because Keyes tolrt him that his brothers and sis- ters could not treat like Mrs. Bouck and witness. Witness' wife and himself had first looked after Keyes in the letter's own place. Keyes would be sick every three months. Thn time he made the will at Bouek's house was the first, time he had been there. Keyes had given the horse and rig to Mrs. Bouck for the same reason: Witness said he did not re- collect -telling Mr. Perry, Mr. Mossip and others at the time of .'-Keyes' that Keyes had no relations in the east. Witness had heard Keyes speak of his sister Eliza Rose, but of no other relatives. Robert Burgess knew James Keyes slightly. He had had-'a conversa- tion one day with Mr. Keyes, in which Mr. Keyes spoke _ of Mr. and Mrs. Bouck. This was about two months before Keyes' death. Keyes stated that Mr. and Mrs. Bouck had been like a fattier and mother to him if anything happened to him he was going to see that they wore well paid. THAW WAS ANGRY New York, Feb. earlier des- being locked in for ov- er twenty-four hours the Thaw jury were still deadlocked. Although no absolutely authentic information has been permitted to escape the jury room it is reported that the ballot taken this morning stood 8 for ac- quit'LM.1 and