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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Alti.. Thursday, February 16, 1911. Number 56. JAP HAS THE MAN WHO WENT SOUTH NOT USHYIMA RAILROAD MUST GO TO PINCHER CREEK MINER HAD HIS BACK BROKEN IN PASS MINE SANITARY CONDITIONS IN THE MINING CAMPS DENOUNCED I CHAMP CLARK HOME RULE SAW TAFT BEFO! He Made His Bombastic Annexation Speech at Washington Washington, Feb. FOR IRELAND When It Comes, Churchill Says, Colonies Will Shout For Joy POSSIBLE THAT MURDERER COMMITTED HAR1KAR1" TRAGIC DEATH OF TORONTO GIRL j London, Feb. the debate onj home rule Mr. Asquilh .said, "i bo-, lieve as Strongly as ever that the i two governing principles which have 1 been preached are the necessity ior j maintaining universal, absolute and unimpaired the supremacy of ihe iin- inQ every stone for Daughter of a Leading Business Man Ao Theory Advanced That Man Who Took the Lives of the Taber Pain! cidentally Shot Later Killed Himself Jap at Raymond Had no Connection With the Murder The Mounted Police are stilt turn-, he may have decided to cheat justice train at Macleod, gone straight to Cal- a clue as to the bX committing "Kari-Kari" or suicide :gary, got there ahead of his descrip-' are calling it "Champ Clark's blunder" perial parliament subject to the pol- whereabouts of Hago Ushyima, sup- and President Tuft Is risking serious consequences fr.xn over exertion in authorizing assurances that recipro- city with Cuuada doesn't mean annex- ation and that the trade agreement was in u .state of profound agitation ever the "break" made by Champ Clark in his address in the house, com- j Inc us it did within a few hours ofj tis visit to the White House1. Or.e of icy giving as large ami liberal devo- posed murderer of t.ion of local powers and responsible b ity that statesmanship can devise. ,-ng but theories to work en. Seventy years ago it was uppHed to; Supt WUson said this morning tncre Canada. Upper ;uid Supt. Wltson was this morning in! tion, and made connections with Van- consultation with C. P. R. Louise Marquise r v- r- or another coast town. The car conductor, who alone to I Lower Canada d they Tie e were just as much at issue there as Ulster had ever been with the resi of Ireland at any lime." Winston Churchill said there is nn whether Ushyima iod, goes hsd been absolutely no new develop-j Jap on the westbound Flyer on Tues- ne will hont> morning; he was put off the river bottoms in the neighborhood in the mountains. Condac- the house where the murders McMabb was in charge of that committed, are being searched thcr-! train but the police have not yet been All of these theories are being worked out, Toronto, Feb. alter re- turning from a theatre party last night Miss Hazel Nichols, second daughter of Frederick Nichols, of A13 Homewoort Avc., the well known business mau, and head of the Cana- dian General Electric Co., was acci- dentally shot and killed in, her bed- room. Miss Nichols, who was 05 age, had retired to her Nichols, who was 25 her brother. I-Tc rush room. Miss was heard bv 'colony in the whole of our dominions joughly for any signs of Ushyima. alivejable to get into communication with tnrouflh Taber for several hours after and enquiries made to see if Uthyima'cd into the room and found his sis- avaited himself of any of them to get away. There were no freight trains the many explanations intended '.o oft'-. the effect of the Clark speech, is! which shnul wilh that whatever Champ Clark did in hlsland enthusiastic joy on hearing annexation utterance, he made 120i Ireland had home rule and not one, blunder. He spoke deliberately and I whose relation with the mother couu-; In the full knowledge of tUo consequent' try would not- be more intimate and "peril to the reciprocity agreement out- j trustful from that fact. do-of the United States. Defeat, pfj Redmond spoke brietiy and stated! the bill would save the republican j that he honestly believed that home; party from complete disruption be the iinul settlement of! save the democrats from a posi- j tht. long sianiling tjuarrpl, but he .tion .in which they- must be hewers f wollld- acCepV cf wood and drawers of water, for' w under which roli ious j g President laft. The next lew wouW be ,b, JUU wiji reveal tne temper of the Senate) and will furnish a pretty good 7 tion what is to he-expected there.) The opportunities, for talking or kill VICTORY FOR PINCHER or dead. The police think that instead .him. He was expected to pass through the murder of endeavoring to make his getaway, here eastbound'Ust night, but did not' :do so. Another'theory is that hi might I have got on train that meralng, [and taken a berth in tne sleeping ear, jin which case Conductor McNabb !would not have, seen him, tear conductor, taking his (might, it figured out, have left the (Continued on page S.) MINER'S BACK WAS BROKEN fl d -th hej. er bUUct It appears m taking some apparel from a drawer a small revolver which she kept there, was accidentally dis- charged. WILL RUSSIA AND CHINA CLASH? Threatened Military Dem- onstration Against the Celestial Empire i London, Feb. if'' Russia, and China are itrainwl to breaking point. Russia today the of Great Britain, France and Germany of her to make military demonstration osi the Russo-Cninese frontier owing jtjir'., China's persistent violation, of the St Petersburg treaty of 1S81. RuMhut troops will he sent forth.-to .the 'diis-_ trict of Hi. The extent of the demon' stratum, it is added in the diplomatic note, will depend entirely... upon. itJUi- attitude assumed by China. questions involved are free Mongolia, extra territorial" rights China and establishment of Russian consulate at Koobdo, Mongolta; i BILL TO MODIFY FRENCH TIME them Pacific Rail way [BURY VIGT1I ing time in tho United States Ssn'ate Prospects are practically unlimited. are undoubtedly stronger today for the passing of the than they were a week ago but how really good OF YOUNG trt- nonody here is aiue to say. SUFFRAGETTES FOR CANADA Loudon, Feb. Daflv Mail's! Must Pass Through That T lowri TO-MORROW Clocks Will be Set Forward 9 Min- utes 21 Seconds to Harmonize with England and Spain Paris, Feb. senate today passed a bill moduying-thV legal-time _ By tllC Fall of Roof inlin France and Algeria, which now is jnine minutes iwenty-bne seconds'slow- Berlin correspondent says Germun suffragettes intend emigrating to the! Dominion of Canada. SENATOR WOOD BETTER Ottawa. Feb. condition of Senator is said (.0 be somewhat Improved this morning and his phy- aician has hopes of his recovery. H is not expected he will he able to be Jnoi-ed for at least a fortnight. Salt Lake City. Feb. Brigham Yonns III 1SS1. died here bring about the agreement. STEP ON HER FOOT AT DANCE IS FATAL TO MINNESOTA OlML Winona, Minn., her foot iras only slightly bruised.by being stepped upon by her partner at a dancing party held at Bt. month ago, Holland, 17, is dead of blood poitoning. Occasion For a Discussion at the Miner's Convention-Reed For Remedy Urged-Committee to be Appointed-Sympathy Expressed ANNEXATION ENT POWELL'S CONDEMNATION OF THE CONDITIONS AT SOME MINES Ventilation, and Bunk-Houscs-Wifl Continue to Incite Men With Springhill Strikers The sanitary conditions existing at [District No. fi. Western Federation of the various mining camps in District Miners, on beinc called on gave n IS, M. of provided a subject j rousing: and interesting' address for a diPCURSion that orCUDied thr; tendiner thn nf his j R e p u b 1 i c a n Represent-1 for a dipcussion that occupied the R renter part of the mornlnp session of tending the greetings of his organiz: and expressing their hearty co ing over aces awarded OO of the ?55.000 ?ht- F. M. by the churls. j Sanitary Conditions j President. Powell in leaving the con-! the District Convention today. Sani operation with the M. W. of A. in ventlon open for the discussion of any- talion is one of the subjects to which j getting sn.fo and working condi-i tiling for trie nnd welfare of ('resident Powell is devoting himself jtlons. suitable remuneration for their sianert the talk on lh- and ho and the delegates in their j labor and reasonable compensation for J sanitary rondiiirns that obtain in ihe. speeches spoke of conditions in He spoke of The being 1 different camps or the district eral equips that are deplorable. FJn-! fought out together by iho two organ-! With (he of tlie Ler'abrirl H ally tho president was asked to ap-1 in the B. C. courtr- with regard' wiiirl! he filC. kuow vcrv with (lie govcm- VQint n special comn-iittce to bnnz in j to compensation, and that he fell i much. Mr. thai the merit to anne.vnlion of to the convention ri recommendation j sure the foreign workmen would ihr- minins camps of the; aria by tlie fnitH States. Tucs rcsn- of course of action to pursue. [predate these efforts on ihoir Fr.ss were :m-j Cos! Creel: he said is'.lutiop." rpfrrred to (he committee Fraternal Greeting which was an indication aciongjthe camp ihe Crow's N'ost On Forcien A Hairs. ative Introduces a Resolution Washington. Feb. ot New York, one o! Itic KepiiViiicsiis who voted against rccijirocitr today introduc- ed in n resolution ir.j; tlu-- President to enter ir.to r.a- povern to Strike to Improve These Conditions-Reports of Officers of U. M .W. of A. Show District 18 to be Very Prosperous Thrre was only a short session of Consittution Garner r The Diamond City Coal Company, Al {lie ronvcntion of the United Mine [Michel W. Simpson.. Fer jberta, Wr.rkcrs of America yesterday after-inic: J. Stackwood, Royal View; L The Dupen Company, Alberta. neon. The O.T allowing the'Huckens. Cardiff: W. Clark, Carbon1 custriei officers to have a vote in con-l'tale: F. Wheatley, Bankhead. was finished and resulted in Press and Officers' Reports Com' the permission being granted, the vote; E. S'.r.iili. Fernie (chair- bring very rtose. The M. McLean. Michel: .i. Wilson J. Oliphant, Rollevv.e: E Bitterest: H. Macdonald by C. J. Eck- Taber: The Carboadale Coaj Company, Al- berta. The Canadian Coal Consolidated Company, Ltd., Frank, Alta. The latter was arrived at after a stubborn cost of the fight win be found in the Secretary1! y At the opening of tho session there is no race haired. He: Pass Coal Co Iv.s and it is it? Hippest i issior. was given W. SymonOs. Ai-jspoko too ihe eiTorts iiC-ing rnsuc' P.c no? language sm'aok berta vice president of the Tradeai to get the minimum and the nine! to describe 'bo conditions at .Micheii nd Labor Congress of Canada. TO ad- 1 hour day for surface meu. of las they arc oc.vor.d deprription. Mei ress the conventjon on Saturday af-jthe difference of interpretation of th-.t tiv: people got up a pelitbni D. Meikle. fratprnal deleeatejc-lght hour riaj- in the new 13. C. Coal j tnirty-twi long asking the 33.--; Lethbridge Trades arid Regulsuott Act. Thi? new actjemmem to have the conditions ternoon. from bor Council briefly addressed the con-i and the new Sanitary Act had been'[ proved. Two health ofScers had and told the members thatet possible is done IOT as follows: j iCoIemnn T? Uphill "Fer- jFelloTV Delesates, j jnie: C. Peacock, Lethbridge: J. Davis. Annual Convention, District IS. jPassivarg: W. Black, Diamond United Mine Workers of America ;R. Evans, Frank. j Greeting: Scale Garner, Michel' Allow me to welcome you to j T-. Uphill, Fernie: M. Bur .j eighth convention here in I-UcheT; H. Snaitb, Coleman: R li-ethbritlee Labor TerajJle. Frank; J. Oiiphant, Since our last convention ;C. Peacoclt, Lcthbridge; L. Kucbens have happened in this d F. Wheatlcy. Bankhead-. H ;Xo. 18 witiiin tbo last year. many the Macdonald, Lille. district officers, hare made Grievance rommitlpo >r. ments with the following companies: J Michel (eh.iinrip.nl: T. Huekcns I The Crow's Nest Pass Coal W, F. M. Tho state had acknowlodg i hccn ;Vlim Roberts it wa? wrong at lit at time by pay. j tConunut-d on pace 7) >lncc in aticr.d- 1 Andrrson, Viapie more. Hnsmor; A Lcxf: T, Cole, Can- Ipsny, limited. Xo. S Mint. Coal The Corbln Company. B. C, i The Hosmer Mines, C, ful thinking and tactful acting. Friend- shin and no friction, must "be our motto right here and now. One of the events that to saake the history in the labor movement in District. IS, United Mine Workers o" America, wai the trial of Artliur De- coux. a faithful and fearless'comrade, whose only crime ivas that of being a. Union man, and trying to make so. who was arrected and put Jn one oT- ;bo dirty prisons of the state for months, charged with wilful murder. After a long and expensive fight, Grand Jury declared him innocent. In passing I wish to compliment on ;