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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME IX. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, FEKRUAUY 8, 1916 Number 49 Can adidn House ofParliamen t a n d Interior Scene s LilKLUIBi^K Govt. Does Not Accept �^esolutibn-Commons Setllds Down To Work Again Ottawa, Kel). 7.-Dcspiio Die tact lliat iiuifli cdtiiusioii uxistiM! in (lie larso Virtoiia ^lusciim buiklinn in which pyjiianiPiit is now located, llic luiusc of eoliiinons lo be done before par-j lianieiil \\\\\ settle down in eouipara-; live comfort to linisli the work of the, session. Within tlie new elianihcr eveivtbiiin looked spick and span. .Additional desks with leather sealed chairs bad been provided for the leading metn- Tho lake %'ctiireBhoW8'Canada's parliament buildings before-the fire. �Thef.peculiarly bhapert building In the small picture Is the library, tlio iiilorlor of whicii ishlsoshown ipicturc with slaluc). The other .iiioturc sliowa'thfe Commons chamber and one of tbe galleries._^ mi M OLD FOUR NG LAST HUN NOTE ON LUSITANIA ENTIRELY ACCEPTABLE TO U. S. hers on both sides of the ii""se,^^^^a! j^^yj^g Throughput'District are Enthusiastic oii Behalf of Lethbridge Kilties briuhl frrcen carpet covered the separalinj; the Conservative and Mb eral members, and a thick matlinr. covered the rest of the floor. Provision had been made for the inemfiers i)V the press sallcrv on the platform! - jmniediately behind the speaker's| ,,ee.i,BS will be held  The business of the .session wa.s con-' a' 'vomi� tbrouBhonl tbe lined larKcly to the passini;; of n reso- trioi on behalf of the roerultliig cam-1 lution of condolence in the death of pi,im, ^ov the LethbririKe Highlanders. /''f ^'vonlMg at Piticher Creek, swerii.g o (uestions and a debate, on ,,.rmif.i, thn irlnrlnps^ nf Mnvoi-the cnestion of the desir.nbilitv .,( es- ^.f bif me ti^^g 1 as te?^m,^^^^ lablis imK a system o. labor bureaus ^^.,,'^,, ^^.-^ addressed by A. H. Mc-as called lor in a resolution movcU capt. Wallace, X. T. .MoLeod this dls- bv Hon. Itodolphe Lemieux, and which the Rovernment declined to accept. Washington, Feb, 8-Germany's latest reply In the Lusitania negotiations was chnracteri7.ssenger Stewart, Hon. Alar-tin Hurrell and Will Ide, his secretary. Hon. W. T. White and Hon; .T. D. Reid, all of whom were in the reading room or close'to it when the fire started. Looted the Ruins .Vnotber matter which will be con- London, Feb. S--The Weekly World says It hoars Field Marshal Lord Kitchener is likely to take over tho. command of the British forces In lOgypt and that the Earl of Derby, director of recruiting, will be iJic new secretary of state for war. The World gives no authority for t!ie reiiort. l)ut states it is gossip in line with the recent intimations that liarl Kitchener might withdraw from tho war ministry to assume more active duties. Lord Derby has just relumed London from a visit to the forces operating iu Flanders. to British Zurich, via London, Feb. S.-An oflicial decree has been issued cou-(iscuting entire stocks of leather iu .Vustria and Hungary tor military purposes. This .sudden and uuexpectetl niea-siirc. It is expected, will have a serious effect on the nianufacturo of leather goods, wliich is one oC the most jirolltable branches of the Austrian Industry, and also on the shoe trade. Prices of boots and shoes are said to have already risen greatly. Montreal, Feb. 8. - Mayor Alartju and ex-Controller- Hebcrt, who were fined $1000 each yesterday for contempt, of court, in voting on the pro-, , . , . ,.T,i,u posi-fl tramways asrcement .after an �"Iered will be that of looting which PROMINENT LAWYER DIES Monti-eal, Feb. 7.-Adam Rutherford Creelman, K.C, for 14 yetus general counsel to tho Canadian Pacific railway'company, formerly a member - J I -........... -...........- ----- ----lof thoToronto law lirm of McCarthy, iliug for the,]18tlil\.illi'i's Rol stated, but, based on prices reported |Qg'ieit aiid Creelman, died yesterday toilav wlioii.ciRlit n^enslRucd tor orders placed during the ' last ,i,orn'tng at his residence, on Sher- on to wear the Kilts.' Tjic ;|ialtalion year. It should be worth between $10,-is now well over ,'100, and wiili the ooo;000 and $i:),000,000. effects of the recruiting campuiKn in-- the outlying distric'ts bogi'iniinB to FUNERAL OF ZEPPELIN VICTIMS show, there are good liopts that half Paris, Feb. 7.-A public funeral, llie battalion will )ie in uiiifdrtil with- with full military honors, will bo in a couple of weeks. The new re-'givou tomorrow to the victims of the emits taken on torttiy were D. Fcr- Zopiielln raid of January ^1. The }�uson, (Scot.; X. McLuckic, Scot.; C. uiliiisler of the interior, the president \V. Flew, Welsh; IL, S. Wavdjc, I'-'ng.;' of tbe city council, senators liivd deli, Ule/ard, iMig.; C. P. Lusk, Scot.;, putios are to attend. F. J. Hedster," Kng., Sleurs, iOnglisli.. and ' F. D. RAISES $40,000 FOR JHE POLES Chicago, l''ob. 7.-:At art iuldresa and recital t'oi- the bei\ylit of the Polish war victims relief fund today Ignaco .1. I'adorewskI raised hppro.ximately .$10,000. . � �'. MORE U. S. SUGAR TO SWITZERLAND Berm;, Feb. 7.--After oslabllsliing a monopoly of tho sugar trade Swlt-s-.erlung will again attempt to import large (luantltles from the United Slates. The annual sugar imports amount to 40,000,000 francs. brooko street west, "after a len.^thy illness. 'lie was born till years ago at Hichlbucto, N. B., was educated at Chathanl, N.B., .\cademy, studied law with thq late Hon. Adam Crooivs. and for many years was one of Ihe leading meiUbers oC the bar in Ontario. Owing to ill-health, he resigned his position:as counsel for the C. I'. U. last year, but ronialnod a director, he having been on the board sinco I!)10, Lieut>Cc)l. J. ,1. (Creelman, who is at the froi]t. Is a son of the deceased. Tho/ retiiains will bo taken to 'I'o-ronto tonight, and the funeral will bo held there .tomorrow. in.iunction forbidding consideration had been served upon both, sav they will appeal the case. Both added that, if necessary, thev will take the case as fur as the privy council. Wilson To Make Announcement Waabingtoii, D. C, Feb. S.-President Wilson's closest^ advisers expect him to make the lirst formal an-nouncemont of his candidacy for re-nomination within a inoutli when they believe Mr. .Wilson will notify the secretary of state of. Ohio that tho voters of the state 'will have his ton-sent to use his name in the primary. has taken place since the lire. The restaurant was broken into and Jhe till robbed, while countless clgarB' also wore stolen. � . , . Silver and brie-a-brac Were taken from the speaker's chamber, 'mul ciieiiues and other documents wore stolen from the members' rooms. PEACE OFFERS REJECTED lEtl IDE 10 RE CRAH6R00K BUSINESS SECTION SON Withotit iloiibt the highest price ever paid for sheep in Southern herta has just, been paid id the sale lit liriOii head by the Neil Stalker estate to Chris .Soeliren of Ciilgary. Tilt! deal was put through liv Hatch Fight itOut in Your Heaft Fight it out in your heart, iil.\'^lJHi). It's time for tlio final wrench; '. ' Home has Its arms'a'l^dut you'r Jiefck, but conseienco points to. tho treiich. Vour brothers Ibugltt thro' tluil i sliecpmuii. Though some arc. talkinti; It) cent.wool for the iiprimr, it i.s tliou"|it tha nrice ivill run from i\ to :iO cents. Sales arc heliip; tnailu new in Vuuthevii I'taliat 'JL to 'Jfi. i 'I'uur brothers wroatllod with God, and cried, that God should leave thiSm alcne; * '! ''- ' v x\nd wheru would your soul stjok'lioavon today had God been overthrown'; The oyos of our women iiearoH your (ace, our chiklreiv look as you pftss; How does It feel to moot thoBo.joyoH and your own e.ves In the glass? ' J-liu r.l, hard for you now to'ihe,et those eyes with their challenge. How can yon watt'.' ' �� ' '  ,", But whero will yuii hide'from your brother's eyes if you should como too late" MORE EXPLOSIONS , 'I'licoiiia, Wasii., Fob. 7,-Thr,oo mon were killed In t'.n uceldontal exploslou ... . at the'powder works at Dii Pont-, near ^ Win your first llight, llio fly;lU >Vlll'.�y-f. �wift with Ihut gallant blo(v, hero, m 11.40,. today. ''''' *. * *i* C* ** ** ** � ' ? MARTIN BURRELL'S ? . ,, � INJURIES SERIOUS ? 'Ottawa, Feb. S.-Hou, .Mar-; tin Burroll, who was severely ?. burned w:hllo escaping from the parliament buildings tire ; 'rhurpday night, is much more seriously injured than il : was at llrst thoughl. It is a ? riuesUon if Mr. Burrell will bo ; able to utteiul parllainont this : session. ISCHARGED WITH MURDER OF HIS OLD MOTHER Buffalo, X. Y;, Feb, 7.-John Kd-ward Teipor was arraigned in tho supremo court hors today on a charge of murder in tho. first degree for the slaying ;^of Mrs. Agnes M. Teipor, ills inofhor, w'how'ith Toiper's brother, Fredericlc 0.. was killed on the Or London, Feb. 8.-rReports that Gernriany has made offers of separate peace to both. Russia and Japan have been confirmed by Count Okuma, premier of Japan) says an Exchange folegraph dispatch from Petrogr^d. The offeps were rejected. ' , Cranbrook, B. C, Feb. 7.'- Late F'riday evening ji bold attempt was made to fire the business section of lliis city. t)n that eveninp; ji incctint; tif the local Conservative assiociatioii was held in the Clapp building on Baker street. After that body had ad-.iourned. Police Commissioner Att-ridgo expressed a vvisli to see certain rooms in tlie adjoinimi building, entrance to the seconil floor of which is-etlccted either through the Clapp huildin,t;, or by way ot the Ctismopol-itan hotel entrance. It was while thus iMigaged that the plot was lovealed. in ;i room, formerly the'Uvin.15 quarters of ,J. I). MclUide, they discovered u lighted candle in the neck of a beer bottle, which was full ot gaso-. line. The candle was tapered:at the end so as to permit the candle draw-ii.'g the gasoline when sullicicrit ot the caudle had burned away, and which ,. , ,i  woulil cause an explosion, tiius ac- .\ew \ork, l'eb.-,ip-Loutribiitlons ' cc,;,piishing tlie end in view. The can-estimated at i!!7n,000,..werc made ,at a die was shaded with -i. stick "bt slan-;r.^r 1 T". "r �' i'""^*', "^'�'^'^'"-'^ �^ Jews i in .Bi:ooklyn wood and a pillow, so as. to'prevent IV;? ''t^r'*^'V'"''-',"i/'''�'' Jowlsh SHKerer.T in , .letection. The .VlcBride building is 1, night. Motion for ball was denied the Eiiropeaii \viuvzpnps^ of the business seQUoii, sur- $75,000 FOR RELIEF OF, JEWS and Teipor Wti? committed to jail un til �'.Vednesdny. ' lehell, .lacob H. Schirr(iri.d Louis Marshall wore among the'speakers. ? > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? This i;j tho lutil, tho last Ireo cull, to go as your brotlieru wont; To go US heroic Brllaliis Hhoqld.'not wait till they're I'etohod and sent, Will your first tiight, llio fly;lU >VUU soU', bo swift with that gallant bl Then on to your rucoiid flgliti liood lad, and cruali God's other foo. MAKKETS May.wheat .................. 128% July.wfieat ................. 127%, May oat? ................... 46% Mai^ fl^x ................... 209 C. P. R. Pays $20, Fafiners in Fire Claims Letiibri(lKe,j'or llio'.llrst time, is to agreed to a seltietneiili.' Tli^se \yerc have three sessions of: the Supreme jury eases, and tlieic spttlohient ^oiit Court civil sittings .this year, and iif court will greatly-sliortcii the seb;- tlic firsil of the three, started this sion here. " niiirniiig with Mr, .Justice llyndman In thcs:" cases the C.IM^.' agrued lo presiding, Tlie. docket was ^ lengthy meet all the demands of th^ [lirmcrs one at first glance, but by'the time involved, Mr. Hill, the JSawtfcii Fartli-yjHpeioi- Williaiti, has b'eou sUghtly rounded hv wooden structures which would permit of easy prey 'to tho llames, once started. Tho policis wore notified and are working on the case, hut so far nothing has been:learned which will have any hearing on thO; case. Kaiser's Son is Wounded in Head .\msterdam via London, Feb. 8:*^-Princo Oscar of Prussia, fifth soiv:ot High. UoW. Fore(;a�t: Fair and'decidedly cold. WEATHER -1 -7 all the aitorpcys present had spoken to then cases, there  were only Irag-ments rijinaiiiing. Perhaps thoinosti I important cases on the docket v.'ere tho actions hrouRht (igalnst the.CP.R. for the (ires; set to tho crops tn tho Chin district, li, W. Jolmstone, K. 0., ot .lohiiKtoiic and .Ritcliie,; speaking to this casii,: stated that the C.P,I^. hadi inc: Co. and B. K. Bullock.i,Tlie wounded in tho head. set by the defendant railway .lia'used .-,-\ , ,. > � damage amounting to over $20,000, | ITALIAN CONSUL : ESCAPES,-, BOMB" .'\ coihpletu survey the destroyed areas wi\s made lastiiull, and the C. P.K.. paid tliu claiiusi,.;ia full. .' The other eases whu))i. are o�' peoial �---------- i-'f - . ' undo Mtlwaukeo, FQb(,'.7.-T-Arn)l'uo', C^ojilej'i; ii Italian oouBulav'agent, I'or Mlhvaukee,' C3B 1039 09 ;