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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Letlibridge, Alberta. Monday, February Number 48. NATURALIZED CITIZENS PAPERS Taken Out By Men From Many States and Countries MINIMUM TEMPERATURE MAXIMUM OF SUFFERING Experienced by People of Eastern Zero Weather Caused Many Deatlis New York, Feb. New York city experienced the minimum in winter temperature and just about the max- BUDGET From the naturalisation papers tak- en out during last, year an interesting table of the different nationalities affected has been prepared by the clerk of the supreme court. R. P. Wallace. By far the greater number persons naturalized were from the] I'nlti'd States. Of t.he other nations represented Austria has contributed the greater number of Canadian citi- y.ens. Following'is the list of the coun- tries represented and the number from each naturalized last year: Austria 14, Argentina 1, Belgium 2, China 2, Denmark 4, France 2, Hol- land 3, Hungary 10, Iceland 1, Italy '2. Japan 9, Mexico 3, Norway 5, Peru 1, Romnania 3, Russia 2, Sweden 4. Those from the United States were IMS, divided among the different states as follows: Arizona 2, Califor- nia 1, North Carolina 1, Colorado 1, -North Dakota IS, South Dakota 4, Florida 1, Iowa 13, Illinois 9. Idaho 15, Indiana 1, Kansas 4, Kentucky 1 -Massachusetts 1, Minnesota 32, Mon- tana Missouri 3. Michigan S, New- York 2, Nebraska S, Oregon 10, Okla- homa Texas 1, Tenessee 1, Utah 06, cters while in suburban territory shows an increase of immu of discomfort today. Records; for the season were broken with thej. registering of a temperature of 2 de- j grees above at 8 a.m. Below zero temperatures were plcn- BUNCH OF HORSES '_ M f Stolen From Montana Rustlers Still At Large The mounted police, w'no nave been ONTARIO OVER RUN BY MANY MAD DOGS and from up-state came word of drops in the grip of the winter's best ef- v fort to beat the record. Along Atlantic coast such a combination zero temperature with gales seldom 000 in imports and in exports. The principal gains in imports were in food, raw material and manufactur- ed goods amounting to about but American cot- for horse frorn Montana sup- has been recorded. Indications ton decreased Man- for a continuance all day of the cold wave in its severest form. The cold weather today was responsible for' the injury ot three persons, one uiactured goods greatest increase ports. Trade conditions show the in thc ex- Toledo, Ohio, Feb. ident Thomas L. Lewis, of'the United Mine Workers today said that there would be a general suspension oC work in near Wrlting-On-Stone, named Harry the bituminous fields of the posed to have crossed the line, seized over thirtv head of horses last Satur- Drastic Action Being Taken by Both Provincial and Federal Governments to Meet the Situation CANADA NOT IN GENERAL STRIKE Ottawa, Feb. probably two or three hundred mad dogs roaming all parts of Western Ontario and new cases of rabbies being report wl to the veterinary director generals departments almost daily the minis- ter of agriculture and Dr. Rutherford i acting in conjunction with the health I department of the Ontario govern- 3> J ment of the Ontario government have A i determined on drastic action to stamp SUCCESS DUE TO TARIFF REFORM Siimn. The horses were brought into COUlltry on April 1st if agree- by a dof; which crossed the sus- town on Saturday and identified ments operatocs' j pens ion bridge on the Niagara river throughout whom will die. Frozen during tbe Great Britain are good and night, the boiler in Max Herkes' res- taurant in West 28th St. blew are an effective answer to those who predicted trade dis- Major Church, of the Blackfoot reser- j vation, Montana, as the horses stolen from that place a short time ago. j T TfK rustlers are supposed to be the Qu'Appelle boys, who are still at large in Montana somewhere. This is the second instance of a similar nature and the are tak- ing drastic measures to prevent its recurrence. SSmm is now in custody on a charge of receiving stolen pro- perty. scale are not changed by that date. This will not include Canada and four western States in which part, contracts do not expire till April 1st, according to Peter Patterson, of Fernic, B. C., member of the Interna- tional Executive Board ol the United Mine Workers, Joseph Chamberlain Talks Of Results Of Elections London, Feb. Morning Post gives the gist of a conversation held last week with Joseph Chamberlain on the results of the elections. Mr. Chamberlain attributed the Unionists gains to the bold advocacy of tariff reform and said the Unionists fared worse where the leaders were vaccinating and timid. "Mr. he continued, "will find the Irish hard taskmasters but he will not give them home rule. He will get out ot it somehow." Mr. Chamberlain declined to say on the report of Dr. Rutherford, vet-j what his own policy would be in re- erinary director-general to the effect i gard to the Lords but thought that that rabies is known to exist inma-Uhe Unionists ought to aim at the ,vas introduced into the pro- 'at Quccnstown, May, 1907, and bit several Canadian dogs. Under the authority oi an order-in- couneil containing regulations in re- spect an order was issued on Satur- day by the department of agriculture Wyoming 5, sin 1G. Washington 19, Wiscon- shortly after a fire was built under j aster. it today. A gas range was overturn- j ed and a fire followed. The explo- j sion wrecked the restaurant and threw the proprietor, his wife and the woman cook to the floor unconscious. Before firemen could rescue them all three had been burned, Mrs. Herkes, fatally. The customers in the place i' escaped unhurt but several of the i Verdict In the Whoop-Up Disaster Much Negligence Shown ly cold weather prevails today throughout eastern Pennsylvania, New: ny widely separate parts of the west- strengthening of the House of Lords FURTHER INVESTIGATION NEEDED peninsula of Ontario and direct- hy the reform of its constitution. He ing that dogs in that part of the pro-j was strongly against the Unionist vince west o! the eastern boundary of party making any effort to obtain York and Simcoe counties must either j the support of either the Labor or be securely chained in an out-house Irish parties. or other building or kept under lock In conclusion he emphatically as- and key, or else kept constantly muz-Uerted the necessity o! having either jzled, in a manner satisfactory to the'a full imperial pulicy of tariff reform veterinary inspectors of the district. MOUNTED POLICE i Jersey and Delaware. The bodies of j 1" two men were foLrid on the streets of i 1 this city during the night, both hav- t ing been frozen to death. i In thc anthracite coal regions the Eftfe Gang Taken Off the O O to exist the muzzling privilege may jbe withdrawn, in which case all dogs must be detained or isolated by be- ing chained or kept under lock and of nothing. BRODEUR IS RECOVERING Ottawa, Feb. Brodeur's re- covery Is slow but steady. He is not ab.e to receive visitors. The coroner's inquest on the deazh alone. They were more experipnced j until the train had been backed off :oi' J. Robiski, killed in last Monday's uien Jn tnat line: than the extra part. They were to remain in I n r AT GLACE BAY temperature is below zero, and in wreck at Whoop-Up was continued on and would be given more important till the stringers were lifted. He had Troops Will Be With- in Charge Halifax, Feb. is reported that Walton Routledge, of the Northwest Mounted Police has been appointed by the Dominion Government commission er of police at Glace Bay, and will have full charge of the strike situa- tion at the Collieries of the ion This order, aflecting as it does ev-': cry dog owner in western Ontario, i work to do. They were not under i been told by the superintendent simp- from a a little east Toronto, his orders from Cranbrook. Theyjly to go and show Bjork how to rcQuiring the muzzling or chain- were under his orders now as they the work. He had been left to hisiinS of .man? thousands of dogs is had IGAYPAKLSHAS FORGOTTEN FLOOD some of the mountain sections Of I Saturday afternoon at the barracks Pennsylvania thc mercury fell ten de- Humphries, grces below thc zero mark. 'Easton, Robert Sinclair, the bridge and Allentown, Harrisburg and York, rebuilding master of the C. P. R., o! port zero temperature. At Potts- jcranbrook, was examined'and stated I He had given Bjdrk detailed and gen-Ujork before this time and had agreed that the only way ville it was eight below and at instructions had been given eral instructions telling him to him a first classxrnan. He lwas to eRectivcly the further barrc five below. The minimum tern- j ROadmaster Bjork in the work of uls- low the method used while he was I had to his knowledge had no of discase is the above drastic method. For the infringe- been taken off that work about own discretion as to how long to take bound to create a storm of Protcst- a week before the accident occurred. jjn this instruction. He had known ibut both provincial and -federal auth- perature in Philadelphia "was five bridges. He had been grees above zero at 7 a.m., the for a part of days at est 5, 190S. reported here since Feb. ;the commencement of the work and !on the second d.iy had supervised the EFFECT ON FOOD AGITATION oE part of one bridge. New York, Feb. 7.-With the ex- ;There was a bridge and bullding gang. ;jtrcme cold weather tending to drive -n cllarge p_ Hansen at that on the bridge cient number of men to assist him in maintaining order in the town. Under this order the present large force of regular and special police in. the pay of the town will be unneces- sary and in addition it will mean aii Viiiu vjumenus Ul tut; iiyiinu- ,r r, ,o TT xv i r 4-u prices up and the first enthusiasm of t. Coal Co. Upon the arrival of the tune, 1 the crusade against high food prices j receding, the campaign in metropoli- tan territory, settled down today to something like an endurance test. The week opened however with prospects of trouble, for the combines alleged to be illegally keeping up rates for necessaries of life through the misuse of colfl storage and other means. New York and New Jersey renewed Attorney- there. a first ciassx man. used while he was 1 had to his knowledge had no exper- The train was to be in bridge work before. He had Ami Now Thinks More of The Latest Play up a length of a rail from the west left no writtn instructions fine Paris, Feb. The flood has been superseded as the sensation of Paris end of the bridge. The first pair of Bjork's guidance. With the rails were then taken up. A third of [ience that Bjork had he thought that the spikes and two of the bolts. would be capabl? of the fish plates on the rarts were taken out previously. The packing bolts in the stringers were not to be removed for Mr regulations a maximum may be under the'by "Chanticler" which was represent 'Federal act and under the Provincial i ed at thc Porte st Martin theatre wiin that work with all due care. He health act a fine of for eachm-Mast night for the first time show that tne population of the city is BRAKEMAN CONFESSED TO COMMITTING FORGERY i nlll-ry into ablcs of Passengers iu Kansas TWO HUNDRED RINKS C. P. R. emergency brakeman. plead- ed guilty to a charge of forgery at the police court to-day, and was sentenc- ed to two years with hard labor at] for thc Regina Jail. The prisoner bonsp-cl wh-ch opcns scntcd a forged check for to now Tcached one local jowellor. Stevenson admitted aml oxpectpd having forged another cheque for a' ARE ENTERED the when entries close Tuesday night the smaller amount. Stevenson was ar- number will be increased to over two rested at Portal by Sergeant Mundayjj of thc R. N. M. P. SHOT UP THE WHOLE FAMILY Pittsbtirg. Kansas, Feb. men held up and robbed the passen-i gers on an east bound Missouri Pa-! cific passenger train five miles east j of here tonight. They were unmasked About ?400 and a small amount ofj jewelry secured from tbe pass-' They boarded the train at the out- skirts of town and rode until the train was near Cornell, Kansas. There thev arose from their seats, backed SHIPMENTS OF GRAIN HEAVY FINE BUILDINGS TA nr III Kr rKri rl9 LfLi jfray on Louisa Street, just off Yonge j human weaknesses in the barnyard ro- the city's busiest thorough- mance, but manifest doubt that it three men were seriously wound- WH[ prove a popular dramatic success ied in the presence of hundreds of The English and American critics fear spectators. that the delicate French flavor will Albert Haggett, the young man who j be wholly lost in translation. the shooting, was finally arrested! padS) Feb_ 7._Foreiga subscrip- jafter a hard struggle. The victims tions to the flood relief {und now .are: Welster Tresnousnask, shot in, Cceds S800T000. The river Seine has ithe groin; Lome Street, shot in sistccn fect [r0m its crest. th.g.., and Charles Turf, shot in cavc_ins in tne streets and fall. abdomen. Turf's wounds are serious. ing houses arc reported as receding An altercation between Haggett andjwaters withdraw the supporting pres- Six Storey Block and Bis? Frcsnoilsna8k .bega" in a nn Louisa Stroot. rrsnltinir-In! Cabinct. decided to ask parlia- JH uie ouisiai-. mcnt; for as the addition- al credit for relief of victims of the Warehouse Siht Greatest in the History of the Is in Storage MARCONI TO REBUiLD CAPE BRETON STATIONS Ouawa. Fch. 6.-Grain inspections Conductor Garrity into a corner and' for months of the crop j drawing revolvers, warned him not i year omiing -January 31 totalled 255 car.St of which were of W. R. Hull, the Calgary capitalist, intends building on his lots on the corner of Glyn and Redpath streets, adjoining the Wesley Church pro- j It is said that he purposes erect ing a building with forty feet frontage on Glyn street and one hun- dred and twenty on Redpath. Mr. Hull has not decided what height to make the block but if he can secure i the necessary building material, will mnkc it six storeys high. This struc- be of the very best type of ART CRITIC ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLEMENT. London, Feb. 5. Carew Martin. widely known as an art critic, was re- Jnmmled in the Bow Street Court to- Id.iy charged with embezzlement an1 flood. MEMBER RESIGNS TO BECOME BANK MANAGER Winnipeg. Feb. Camer- on, member of the local legislature for forgery. The prosecutors are the rtv Gilbert Plains, has resigned his seat rectors of the Royal Society of British accept the managership of the Stir- Artists, of which body Martin ha--jlins of Canada at the town of been keeper and secretary since 1S08. ;l'-lbert Plains. It is charged that he has Bobbed society of large sums. He was ad-j mil ted to bail under a bond of Toos and Persse. the big wholesale firm of Winnipeg and Calgary, have STARVED HERSELF TO DHATH New York, Feb. Laura Al-, at. one well known in the I N'ew ork. r'eb. 5. .-m Marconi. inventor of wireless telegraphy, is here on his way to Cape Breton, to super- 'intend the completion of a new power plant, which will replace the old one Montreal, Feb. James McGovcrn j destroyed firo last >'par- Uar- has been in Europe tor the last Tno new accordinr residing on William St. is dying the general hospital, being shot Present Plans- wi" bc for the head last evening by Joseph Mar- tcl, who was rooming at the transatlantic messages by vern house with his mother, an aped Apnl today from the hospital not being ioNSly injurod. Jamos McHovcrn, however, ed a ball in his head and will die. Martel is thirty-two years o! age. is now in jail. He had been drink- inc. MARTIN BRING- LLOYD-GEORGE to for assistance. One of the robbers then covered tno'wheat. This was the greatest quan-: hasefl a wholcsale site in as an and whose father', passengers with two largo revolvers.: tity inspected for this period m the warehouse there-! I'rescnled Central Park to nocatur. ill., j will now prepare to give up j history oi thc west. At the end LCthhridco the dis-iis of starvation in the asylum on1 CATHOLIC BISHOP CAUSES SENSATION Feb.