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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. I.ETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. TUESDAY, FEHKUAKY 17. CENTS NITMHKR 57 LOCAL DOCTOR AND DRUGGIST VICTIMS OF FIENDISH PLGTlP EDICT AGAINST LATE DANCING ISSUED ATCARDSTON "GIRLS DANCE THEIR LIMBS OFF" SAYS PRESIDENT WOOD Ocean Tragedy OH the Coast Wellfleet, MassachusseUt Last Night ELEVEN-SEAMEN SAVED Four Perish Within a Mile of Life Saving Station at Cartoon's Hollow COULD'NT GRASP ROPES Benumbed With Cold, They Perishtd Within Sight of Land Mass., Feb. 17. Four lucn pcrlshet! when the Italian slana struck an the out" lar of (Special to the Herald) Canliioa. Alia.. Feu. co shying ofr or Irhninfcg of pliraEta softeulug of words, or veiling ot cleaning In the addn-is u[ 1'ieildent Bdtvln J. Wood at the Mormon Coafe.-eccc on Sunday afternoon, llo tolj Ills lieoplo plainly lhat it morality MS not at a low ebb among Ibe young people of CarJatou. their prewnt social habits soon tower U to a place U-.e reputation of many voung co'jpki would be greatly linporlllcd. Wool does not ofien carry manuscript to the roslroni with him but on this occasion he made euro ot his when pn-Ecntlng tho resolution of the Siako and Ward offlcers ol the Albma Stake. Anil this bo read: -Thlt wo, the ward and stake officers ot Alberta Slake of berooj declare that we will close all public dances, public entertainments. tome socials, and all meetings under Hie control ot tie church, no'. later than ten o'clock p.m." You could bear a pin drop while the highest authority in tho Canadian lurch read the dictum. But svhen he had finished there was a shuffling ,d ho lead In his faces ivhal lie said be hear.l on every' side, -co' octrine." fn eiplauatlou of Ibis aclion on the part of the church authorities, Presi ent Wood eaid: We do not wont to rob our people of any pleaeures they have bc-cn accu; d to- we don't want to coerce, nur do we want our young people to fee hat we aro not interested I" them. want them to know whit Is or lliera." fairlv dauce Uielr limbs off." continued the President, Mid he d fro-n actual "observation that tho of body in llle maternity perlo vou'ne motherhnod were interfered with, l.ale hours, exposure ve'r exertion, were hlaroed lor a condition that, according to the doctors an uries of Cardston. prevailed quite fenerally. Cape Cort a mile anil a halt ol Hank of hero, nore Killed. Tlic defence was con- fueled !iy f. Ivos aclini: Mr. .1. it. Car.-on of Calvary, i The made iiy the Doctor tbat he gave the j jooil I'ailii. and they mate fcr ihaeliins. nut o-juce.-. It they! .vero filled for o-jKCf't1, they must have Ij'ieu aHc.-cd leforc to the ciore. j The were ;jut .inder a iniei'ojcoiie, and the uiacistiate was j sfled in oun mind ;ilterMlnns had been made. I Tin: whole ease was dr.iiily the word of fiends against rentable professional men anil reason, ;md iKfiitMed En b'lving an iionorablf (lisi-narye. I The Herald regrets exceedingly that the received fiom Calgary made il appear liial tie Doctor and Mr. lilglnbolliam v.-cro taken into custody on reaching Calirary. This 13 wholly incurred, and Id tn hy friends wEi'o', were vi-it'i Ihe tu'o I.tlhhrldgc men throngli tliu wliolu case. j MR. BUCHANAN WORKING iGets Letter From the Minister of the Interior That Looks Favorable 1 I C CT tiUrll At Int. LtrtJi Two Proposition? Are Being Some Difficulties For Capitalized at Ihe Hygicn- c Dairy, company, just, will ojjcralions at- the factory Calgary, Alberta, Feb. Collini this morning paid trie death penally for-tht murder cf John P Bcnion. He walked to the tcaffcli at eight o'clock, and prpnour.cei dead by the twent; minutea after- the drop was sprung. The hangman Jack Holmes of Hamilton, Ont., _ who v.-as through to a double execution at the Coast. Collins spent a but 'cotiBdous when the dr-atu parlv callcd for hltn-nt S o'clock. Jlc able to although EMPRESS MANAGEMENT SERVES INJUNCTION ON MANAGER WILSON Or SHERMAN SUIT the toil of the stairs be .Tvaa'.wKl-'nljni eihaustea. Collins spiritual adviccr thai "he wag-prepared, and believed i Professor Arils', ihe hypnotibl, did not in l.ibt as advertised, liut nnt ncoausc lie didn't IE the Postal want- to. injunclio'i ol tLs couri restrain- (Special Id the Medicine Hat, >n- campir.ent, Inilepcnrteni Onlft ot Oild rtllows ot Alberta elected oilicets buiu soine ago bv A as follows j Grand'-Palrlarch-51. S. Saundefs; hard, 'jusl as sora as their new Calgary.' Icliinery officers o! the P..O.. May, Ediiionton. :KCWu- formed company are: l-rcsi- j adjusiij cTuring i before his hearings. G.'H. r.-y-. A. llnrnacombe, Ver- A Hubhard Vire-1'resitoV, rccliai ot.thc Lord's, Praver. U.e million. III. VYafsoa Secrptary-Treasurer, Job', condemned man was, pent to mi Heed Anilrew .lohnson. -j Holmes, the hangman, had Twenty-five hundred I considered the emaciated condl- 91 machinecy is rn order, niid will be jinslallcil......... will spot and high grade butter and high POSTAL TELEGRAPH CO.'S Al NUAL STATEMENT ISSUED WITH THIS REFERENCE m time there his btrn an agUaticu in the pre-cmptioa bome- btcad scclious lit Southern Alberta in regard to li'. removal ol the on pre-emptions. The atcu- jnenls advar.ccd in favor oS this jtion ou bfhall ol the Dominion gov- 'Eniineiit based particularly on Ihe adverse conditions oi the last iciv tears which the farmers in such a position 'that they could not meet thc payments ar.d notiid- to abandon t'r.e homcoteads. Yf. A., 51.1'.' for Medicine Hat dis- trict, brought ihp. matter to the at- o! government at the session ot parliament a year ago. inuring his 'trip west in 1913, lion. Nun- York, X.Y., Fcl' ao-: Or- liochc, (lie Miniiier ol Interior, Liual repart of the. MacKcy Co., which .n.ia nii at Telesrapli Cable Co., 5C was issued this atternoon. It states t.iiacan thst it la wlMi fintipfaction that, not-. m'ent (i. B. Wilsoo, Kd (i. J. Adams, taig; (J. W. Urndorson, C gary. Cf. J, Coleinan. tb'al-hls crime would be forfilven.! cd liim. and His advance ninuc a contrant Ihc Kmpress- tlicafrc some before nrtival, but when ou scene i he found the Iicp.-ll. 0. Calgary. iccy ts m orufr, niici will who weighed about engagement, he found the tiiis inbnili. The company tcnveiity--pounds it is said. The re-! too small lo his purpose. As tlic ialize in pure. Jairy bulUr BuU was lhnl dcatil Wa3.nol iustau- story was to the Hrrald. he Chandler, Wetaski- ic( soon as the it T-J linachinccy airives, and in the mcan- G. I. Scnt.T-H. L. UasVclI, Edmon- wjij handle pure jjir. Hub- Ion. ami his associates are well G. 0. Scnl.-H. It: Mordrn, 1.cih-iknown in codes' in the south bridge. i The Kctielcalis oper.etl their sessioD but adjourned till Thursday. laiieous, it beinj. minutes be- fore life was oxilnct. "The-coroner's jury will sit ihis af- ternoon to render a verdict. crime which Collins expatiated on the.jjaHows today, ft'a 'coiutfry, their success with'their new renture is almost assujcd.' The'.01 JohV p- nenson' nt Corcai' A1: faclotv is located ott Kifth on >la-v 2. and Collins "came to Alberta from Uray- nier, Mo., eigfat montlis before aiic Collins eliot Ben- hey could give, no concrcnt account af Uic nifiht the fine new Odd Kel-ows1 halt was dedicated hy Grand Master Hill Kairlcy, assistf-cl by a eatr, oi past grand masters from Calgary ledges. The opening ol the Grar.d Lodge of Alberta. was lieW this morning. Jlayor Hrow'n on beliali ol the city, and J. H. Collier, for the local wolconicii tlie delegates. Replies were made hy Gtand Master Kairlcy and Oraml .Srcrclary Tisdalc. Tht'Rebelahs were officially welcomed by Mrs. Hose and tho response was made liy Mrs. Dcmpsey. delegates; attended, lincamp-inenl, yesterday and over 150 representatives arc at tlic Grand Lodge. The Tlcbefcah delegates numhcred fifty. ARTISTS STRIKE AT SASKATOON Saskatoon, SaEk.. Ftb. Journey men barbers of this city have declared a' strike, on certain shops iu Ihls city.. Urcach of contraetjg .alleged, the men claiming that tlir-' warges gnaranlec agreed to has droppcil by tlio bosses, tbeli offering only GO rer cent, on earnings. CITY ENGINEER OF MOOSE Swift Uurreiil, Saik., Feb. 17. Gco. McKie of Ihig cllr has uecn appointed oily engiiieflr of MODSO .Taw, out of a lUt of over one. hundred LORD MINTO IN GRAVE CONDITION BOARDED A STEAMSHIP Uoston, Mass., Feb. How a huge sea, which boarded tbe German Walenfets, wrecked the chart bouse, smasbed a powerful electric signal lamp, short circuited the wires, and for a time charged (he ship irith. electricity, was related to-day by Captain wben the ileaincr arrived from Calcutta. Thn sea broke over ber wblle slie was off :he coast last Saturday. Ixiniion, Feb. Ixird .Ntinto, whose illness since- last week, has stirred tho whole Urillali Kmplre. Is In I very grave condition today, and lit- tie hope 13 entertained for his recovery. Ho Is passing through a very critical stage lodij-. BRE 'HAT 'BURGLAR Medicine Alberta, 17. Tho man named O'Krien arrested at High River for burglarizing a hotel safe, Is believed to be .the same man wbo robbed tlio Cecil Hotel. Chief flruce his sent for to Sl'.cnnan theaire, ivherr he arranged to appear the pub- lic. Hut >Ir. Hanson, wlio owns lha Kmpress, and who made the contract with.the adi'arx-e agent, couUI not sec (nat vay, so took out an iti- jniiction l'rof. X.ella from at all, ami filed a suH ast- ing damages from Mr. manager of Ihc Sherniar. The result was there was no show. Mr. Wilson hopes that a satisfactory set- ion of Hu- is hern querying tbe gbvpcti- __ to wUetlier any action ihc decline trade fa takrn to wocflhe demands'.ot _ ie yvar 1513, and honiesteaders. A few_tlav.s ago, contract to iie unfavorable financial the member for Medicine fJicwing made by most raltroa-J sys- a letter mini the Minister oi the icnis JiiirJ olher nuasi public corpora- Interior wliieh shows that Hon. Dr. tions, the MacKay companies are able Kuche is keenly alive tu the .situa- te report thai extensions have gone-lion. In his letter to Mr. Buchaiiati, on as uMial without, the Issue 6T obli- i the Minister -caf G gatioiiF, and uithoui ihc use of any "I realire the importance ot this part of the reserves wJjLIi have been yjcsiion and in socking-to'find some limit ny In the IKIEI (o assist tllf" farmers I find thai- In diW-5Flrs govenimeti ownership there Is_ very in mcet- report slates that inS tiipir as 1 the spt'ctrc of government ownership would neccssttalc- the reumdtng o t with periodical regularity, the irom two to three million United States son; and Uien fired his ere- be'icaclieJ'before cates the actiufsition of telephones in week is out, so tint'this well known artist may perform lirforc llic- l.ctii- m'atlng1 Ms-victim. Thn motive of the crlmu was Hie tueft of SX.OOO in coslt, of which was rtcoverecl nri 'Collins, whtn he was arrested ai ilrayoi'er last Auyubt. The crime was tllscoverei in Bray- icr, where Collins rnatfe ri confession to friends of ttie dcccsBcd Every House irl on erous Dead Are Retorted FIRE DESTROYS SPANISH TOWN penalize Oiose who liarc paid t Sin's >ui for tlieir lire cmplious and. riis- (ho Lmtcd Males W Ihc in o, ,lavc Slates tioverntnent, and uaing them 1 for telegraph as well as telephone purpose., in with the pre- sent Iwo t elf-graph companies. Sucli 10! so. "1 have hail several requests made .ilong this line, (he .first lieing tiiat throw oft the first three years' SMMIIC SIRIKE Would'nt Aid Vancouver Miners, it is Thought-rContract System 'Atlackcd-Makcr of Crim- of Convention is Busy a proposition will hnr'dly commend it- j interest and unlr charge interest froir self to the intelligence and a prove uji of Ihe American people. Kiiitherniore, .homcfitrad Ihe sei-nnd proposition U has been pointed out that i( wowhl Oiat we should throw ofl "the in- 1 require at least to pay (rreat entirely; and the latest siifi- I i or the properties, and Uieigcstion [s that we should give 'tlip learning capacity of Hii telephone anil Ipro-eRiptions absolutely free.'1 plants, and that the gov- Dr. licchc Tias p.sked Mr. Huchanan ;he village of Hspinosa early toiTay. brief BATTERED STEAMERS NIAGARA, mni[ ,-veiy in [he Spain, Feb. Fire tic- eminent would have lo. fny'iiic rail- roads in order (o acquire their rights in Hie Itlcsrapli lines now on the railroatls, the same as Kn gland Iiad received here refr.rrfd imlt-'initcly to J io do. The plan has ir.ct numerous dear! and injured. The j.ort in llie rmljllc in congress, j flames broke out at midnight, ami or in public opinion. were faiinca jy ROTTERDAM AND TR1TONIA CRAWL BACK TO PORT on fire. dc los lace; SIXTY INJURED IN. COLLISION Nichyls .luiiitioii, Mo.. Kcli. rollii-lon between two pas- The the committee ot re- .commit tea for the approval or tcjcc- ,ta CC. U, morning ALL BOUND FOR AMERICA QumisWn, UebHil, Kcb. violent storms UVB prevailed in'.tlic Xortli Atlantic during ttic last wi that tnanv passenger steamers cargo hoals on voyages to Araeric-i have run lot shelter to Perth, on this side of tlic Atlantic. Three steamers among those 'for the Unitei! tilalcs. nre re- turning to Kuropc ID a battcml con- loptcd by a majority by the substi-lotion. The French liner Niagara. lion ol Ihc. woi'l "influence" for left Havre, Keb. 7, lor S'cv. small agriciiUural cehlrr-. lliree bunilreil inhuoliauts. will] :i'jout s trains orciirreil hero 1aPt were injured. lo cofifer witii ]iim furtlier about-Ihc mattes', anrl it is that some action may he taken uhicb will be helpful to tlic homesteaders. ANOTHER STEAMER SAFE Providence, fl.f.. Feb. Karbe steamer Roma, ivl'irh heistlf from a ledge o'f Xo Map's on tvhich she slrat-k ihiring i blizzard last night, yrrhed at Quar- antine at 10 a.m. today, listing heav- ily to port Jlinfrs' cimvenlion nl scssion. Tlic firsl on (tie af.cnd.i was loonnnfndalinn. Ihe rc- One ilolcg.ilc sensed ltic sfntimrnt cl Ititi convmtlun art' Inliu authority as it firsl KI.ICi'lIIIMTV OK OKK1CEBS On a of urOcr by Kecrctary York, lost tier startioard propeller soon allcr she got out and is now craivlir.j slowly back. big Dutch oil tanker. Hotter Northrop Resolution Shelved for iho and Lauiier of One Opinion Against- Railway Matters Cause 'Warm Discussion Ottaiva, Out., Feb. resolu- tion, moral W. ii. Knsl Hastings, callliy Parliament lo change It" cslsllng iirocfrturc i.T re- janl lo llic grnntlns'iif dtvoicca. sliehe'J for Iho this evening. After It hail been debated for Hirce hours, nornnrtl, Vlctorifi, ir.ovetl. by rl vvnr of amrii'lincul. for Iliu Ihf amount of wetllv heneflts so chairman considered that the- consti-! The resolution dealing with'coa-iscvcn days oul. Mid Is iinilotm' throughout tt.e- dis- Uitiun of the district otganization trading on a screen roal basis vas and her riccks Uiel -nisi a special coinmillee be gave, it no aolliority ovei local henc-' on the motion ol it shall he lo fit (mids. An anicmlinenl with days o'Jt. Her sleeting ,er riccks batl- nclfgate damaged during the sale on Kii- It is not likely anything more will tic of tlie matter-tills session, as there are many members of the House? who arc o.iroscrt to le nrcaOtit procedure, or Intro- iliK'Xton o' a l-' illvoroc These Include lion. C. j. Doiicrly and Sir Wilfrid Mnrler, rte- were In ag- reement ns lo the nbn-'dr'clranllUy 'of 5 any Changes. afternoon sitting "as taken ment of a select coinmiiicc of j wjtj, (ne liiscussion o' railway lo cor.sWer the. mutter. I -tcis a long Olscueslon in Premier Ilorden ir.elintn lo conneciion with the iiroposal to .glyu this projiosal with some favor, iflllways only one. ycar-iu to He roinled out. however, that as ill- complete tlic lines for which chart bad been granted or renftwod. A t-aae In point the C, R. C'alsary nn-i Kdmonton Hallway [n to '.vt an amendment clnuae had been in- lectctl by tlio railway-committee. company sajs tnal Jf tJie is Insisted upon the bill will In drawn. All the members appeared to be in agreement a6 to the drslrabllfl) of early consinir.tion, Lut Ihere a division of opinion as to u-hcthe: or not the cutting of tfrne from one to' years have atiy 'practical effect. Tho was ijj" warm at arms K. M. MacDouaJrt and K HennclL In end, at Hie Q- tlic -lames Douglass, It lield over tor roiiairfcrallon fit n liter