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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOLUME II. UfTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY II, I KM. MO. MEDICINE HAT ANXIOUS TO GETIT j. ire Through New Irri gated Country Edmonton, Alta., Feb. Milne of Medicine Hat and A. M. of the Southern ..Al- berta Irrigation Co., to- night to urge upon the government the regular guarantee of bonds for the Southern Alberta Ry. Co. Medi- cine Hat is pushing "this scheme but it is of great mportance to Calgary as well- Here is the proposition: South of the C. R. -from Medicine Hat to Gleichea is a .district watered by the Southern Alberta Irrigation. Co. The district .'is golden in, its :promise of development and is already filled with homesteaders. The Medicine Hat people want a road to divert from C. P. R. at Sutfield about twen- ty miles west ofc Medicine Hat, strike south of the. line and follow along thirty miles south of the C. P- R. line and hit the C. E. at Okotoks, and thence to .Calgary. It will, pass through Southern Al- berta irrigated districts and thence through a district quite as rich as that- through which the proposed Calgary to Lethbridge line, -will pass which is not served by any road and will not be-served for .many years. The government policy is to assist trunk. fines and to assist others because the government cannot be sure that others would pay. Here is the answer: The promoters are bor- ing for gas just four miles from Bow Island, the most .remarkable gas well ever struck. They- expect and not without reason to develop ten thou- sand horse power and will electrify this road and it will be an .electric road and sure to pay. No other road' wjll accommodate these farmers. It will pass through Sundial and Optic. It will mean as much to. Calgary as to Medicine Hat and will be as im- portant to C.algary as the Lethbridge Calgary road, as it opens quite a valuable territory. In. addition to other advantages it passes through a coal belt as rich as. Gait coal, Leth- bridge.; and would mean cheaper coal for Calgary. GOING TO THE COAST (Special to the Herald.) W. Benedict returned .from Vancouver "and B- C. points on, Monday, evening- Mr. Ben- edict reports having a.good time, and liked. Vancouver .so well that lie wiill return there to live. It is to be re-: gretted that after having been so long interested in Coleman's welfare, and development, that he .cannot be retained here.: Murderer a Daring Fellow Orangeville, Feb. Ern- est Stewart, who murdered. John and James Spanhouse near Shelburne last Sunday morning, made two direct attf.-mpts to escape from jail here last night. When the two turnkeys opened the cell door, to give the pri- soner .his evening upon them from" a corner in the cell and attempted to overpower them. A succeeded in forcing .him back. Gov- ernor Bowles was sent for, and second attempt was made to gve him food, and no sooner was the door opened than the lunatic made another rush. He was again forced back, and attempts to supply him with supper abandoned. WASHINGTON HAS FULL SUNDAY FINE SUM Evangelist Took Away Purse of Twelve Dollars SEMBRICH'S CONTRACT .York Feb. Marcel- la Swnbrich, who sailed "for Europe tocluy signed a contract yesterday for eighty -concerts for the season. The tours will begin in October and .ex- tend to May, 1910, and will cover the principal cities of the United States. Canada and Mexico. DOCTORS DIDN'T GET THIS MONEY Interesting Action in District Court At Clares- holm Spokane, Wash., Feb. is something about-the conversion of Rev. "Billy" Sunday, who has just closed a. .series, of revival mewtings in the Tabernacle, where he. added names to the church membership..-of Spokane since .December 25. The ex- baseballist became a full-fledged. "DOOS at a farewell luncheon in honor of 'himself and his family, in the Hall -'the Boges, .where 250 men, repre- senting, every branch.; of commercial, industrial, financial; and professional activity in the -city, ..R, B Paterson, -who presided; 'invested {he evangelist with the Club triangle, prior: to, which .Sunday testi- fied in open meeting, saying in Part; has to me- I caine; out here expectinjir. to find every man-wearing spurs. on his boots, -a sombrero on his head and'a eun'strapped to his hip: I had an idea everythimr was wild and woply and waist deep in sin and vice. I was dumfounded with what I really found during my stay of "seven modern .'city with progressive people, the financial and, commercial centre rich district, with vast undeveloped riches, in mines, forests, arain orchards 1 .found.: good citizenship ii.d.. ..Hhe real love of home and upright: busir ness rnen, and a highly I i-''d relig ious spirit in city and country. "Xo roan ever.left your city with a "t-xslteil- opmson 01 tnoj ccinmunity and "its; people than "Bjl-i ]y" Sunday. coming back inj a :-ear I expect to build j a home somewhere in this Inland Em- pire and settle down where I can spend the rest of my days and do somethinxr for my fellows." More... than. 512.00.0. in thank-offer- 'mers was contributed during- "the last r two days of the tabernacle meetings; and this was presented to the evon-' pelvst on the eve of his departure. Others in the party were also -remem- bered- with purses of cold and pres- ents. Feb. District Court met here today, but there was not much doing. There were two ap- peals oj: Grain Act cases Hahna -vs. C. P. E. and Hanna vs. Warren Overan. The former was ad- journed to be .taken up by consent and in the-latter the appeal, was dropped and the conviction confirmed with costs. There were only two contested civil cases. Sleeves vs." this case Dr. Steeves sued Carl Nelson for being a professional account for services rendered to a young woman >vho died -some time ago.in the hospi- tal; here. Nelson was said to have1 been .engaged to the young woman and seems to have promised certain.; parties to pay for things: '.supplied -.to her. in her illness Before she was taken, to the hospital Nelson had called with her on Dr.-' Steeves and after she entered the hospital Steeves continued to attend .her. The .judge decided however, that. there-had been no specific contract of .hiring be- tween Steeve.s and Nelson ici this particular case and' gave verdict for the defendant. For the plaintiff, H. Cv Harlan; for defendant, P. J. No- lan. H. A. Mack and G. Mack, vs. Jasmon. The defendant 'in this .'.case was not. visible though he may have been sitting in ,the body of .the 'court; He was referred to; by the witnesses.. as the but owards the .end of the case; the coun- sel and witnesses, got somewhat mix- id amTreierred to him not only as a "Roosian'T but also as a German and a Dutchman, nation- ality. wouidT seem 'hard establish. The case was brought to recover a certain payment for" seed grain the -had paid to a wrong party by mistake.. '.-.The'-, case, was somewhat complicated but it seems that the Plaintiffs, had.. surrendered certain land to' the party' from, whom they, had purchased it (oue .Brown) on condition that :party made a certain payment' for seed t-hat the Kussian ;was to pay the plaintiffs their share of "the" .seed did not do.but paid part of due by- him to Brown, was given for the plaintiffs. For Plaintiff, H. lan. For defendant, W. M: Camp- bell.. The "counsel" at' the Court-were P. J; Nolan. K.C., W. M. Campbell, F: Langnrair and .'H. Q. M. McKenzie, M.P.P. was here last night and met a number of his con, stituents ..concerning political affaire Eobert K'ellock has returned to JEFFRIESiMY- FORJOHNSON Thos. Paton, a. famous lacrosse play- er; is dead at Montreal. Maurice Perrault, M.P.P.. died at Lonsrutel, Me. Calgary curlers won their first match at Winnipeg bonipiel defeat Anderson's rlnV of Renton by 9 to 8. That Is the Opinion Of the Famous John L Sullivan .Spokane. Feb. Shol to Douglas, brother of ;.he :ate Mar- Ouis of Quecnsburj% who frunietl the prize rinjr rules name, is in Spokane, from ..his rstate nt 'res- ton. B. C., with Uouelas, who.u he inamed at Bakersfield. f'.-U.. four- teen years- ago. They wul mak.e tbvir home in this city. Among i -first persons his lords aip met -were John L. Sullivan ..jxd-.lako kilrain. are touring the Northwest. talked at length oi the' o3ai''-early hour in the morning. "MONUMENT FOR LINCOLN. Washington, Feb. million two hundred and fifty thousand- dol- lars "is appropriated ior the erection of a monument iii Washington as a memorial to .Abraham Lincoln, by a bill introduced today by Representa- tive McCall. A commission of ,seven is created to prepare a general de- sign of the monument, and is provided. fur the expense of the com- mission, PUBLIC PROSECUTOR SHOT Calcuta, Feb. Shutos Bis- was, a public was shot dead today in the Court of .a siiburb of Calcutta, by a youthful Bengali. He-was the official who. pro- secuted the recent anarchistic con- spiracy case. The revival of assass- ination after a period of comparative quiet has caused a sensation. The murderer was MIGHT GO INTO COAL BUSINESS Attorney General Cross Qves a Tip to Coal Operators also east from Cowley to the interna- tional boundary near Qoutts. The capitalists are scckinsr incorporation under, the heading of Kootenay tc. Al- berta Railway company and their bill went through the first reading-yeater- day. The capital stock of the com- pany is Portage La Prairie, Feb. G. P. R. round house at this point and three locomotives were destroy- ed by a fire which broke out at 11.30 last night.- No explanation of the origin of the fire has been given al- though it is thought it might have started from sparks lodging around the framing of one of the smoke lacks on the roof. Edmonton. Feb. Central Employers' Association have arrang- ed to present the government next week with a number of petitions for amendments in. the Act. Likewise they want the hour bank-to-bank law to be altered to an pie-fat law, which prac- tically, means nine hour for the miner. At a public meeting here ad- dressed by Attorney-General Cross last week, he asked the coal operat- ors, who were theeateninp: to break the Government, to look well into the telephone Question and recall the fact that there were even now many ad- vocates of Government operation of collieries, and to note that Govern- ments could sro into the coal business as easily as into telephones. Walter A. BIyth, section man of Ajrincourt, who killed his wife with a on Jan. 3rd, was sentenced to he hanged May 5th. CON. HIEBERT TALKS ON POLTflCS Our Gov- ernment For Good Measures Edmonton, Fob: is go- inff to be the business of -the Conser- vative convention to be he-Id at is a question, that was put to Mr. Hiebert, member from Hpsebud, and one of. the two members of the Opnosition in the .Legislature- said Mr. Hiebert. thought- fully, "just .what is, to be the ..busi- ness of tie convention is hard.to say. Of course it will to frame up a policy upon which the Opposi- tion can hope to stand, but just what the policv will be cannot be- determin- ed at .'this .time." Mr. Hiebert talked freely on provin- cial affairs and amongst other thinjps said: 'Now while I may have my own views regarding numerous acts of leg- islation, "nd -while I have reserved the right and always will reserve the rijrht to criticize, I must, in fairness, admit that the present work of the government as a whole is for the country's good. I do not know by what method the government will se- cure the railways we want and. reserve the right to criticize if theme thods employed are not sound and the best available, but the .fact that we are to be given the roads is the im- Jortant fact it far from me to linder honest effort for the mere of opposing HELP FOR J. J. HJliL Winnipeg, Man., Feb. lO.-fPetitions ire now before the Manitoba Legisla- ,ure and-bills will shortly be intro- duced for allowing James J. Hill to juild further railways pro- vince and .also to. form a company vhich will purchase rail .these' rail- vtiys and control them "under" >one name. This legislation will permit he Hill forces to concentrate their, vork in the. province. MUST ELECTROCUTE WOMAN. Albany, Feb.: since the'...days. when. President': Eoosevelt was Governor :ha.s.-New York State oeen called to electrocute '.'a but "unless Governor Hughes interferes Mrs.- Mary -Armer, who is n the death house at Auburn -prison, convicted of the ..murder-of-Mrs. Sarah in the town of Hounsfield, on April 23rd, 1908, must die ou the electric chair. The Court of Appeals .oclay affirmed the judgment of con- viction of murder in the first degree. FINE GIFT FOR C.P.R. AGENT Taber Citizens Remember Mr, Mitchell, Who Is Coming Here (Special to the Herald.) Taber, Feb. hall over the McAskUe .store was. the :scene of a very pleasant even't last evening, it )ehig a presentation and farewell to S. B. Mitchell, C.P-K--agent here, vho has been promoted to-the Leth- bridge agency. Mayor "Douglas "-called'-' the: meeting o order at -nine o'clock: and called upon R. P. Wallace to make the pre- entation which consisted of a solid gold watch, fob and charm. Inside lie case was engraved "From the itizens of Taber to'.'S. B.' Mitchell, .27, 1909." Before ;making the presentation, Mr. Wallace read the ollowing address: Dear Mr. We the citizens )f Taber have, heard with great, regret hat you are about to leave our town o take .up your residence in desire..to Dprtunity of fo .you our ,eep appreciation of the: many'valu- ble services and kindne'sses you have endered during the vttnie'.Ton haye csen our midst. In your public .capacity as agent or the C. E. K. here, you have gain- d for yourself many friends by your and genial manner and by.the kindly consideration you have always hown the public in their dealings vith the company you represent here. By your removal from us .we -feel hat we are" losing a personal.friend nd the town a useful and respected; 'itizen. While expressing the we: ongratulate you upon the recogjri- ion given your ability and valuable ervices by the corporation in your. )roinotion to a higher, position hi heir Service: As a small token of high 'ea- oeni with which you, are held by: the: ieople of the town, we beg of you to .ccppt this present, coupled our washes for your own happiness s well as that of Mrs; Mitchell. Vishing yon .every success and pros- srity." Mr. Mitchell in a few chosen vords expressed his thanks -to-the of Taber for the, kindness hown him in the past and for their good wishes and the gift .with which ._ had been presented. very pleasant evening the meeting brokef up about eleven by sinfing "For he'1 is a jolly good ;