Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
NATALAaTO APPLIED TOfflNWIS In. ir. tola's Deck- 3 s it T ONTARIO If KICKING UniUd Ottawa, Mr, Bryce, the for Montreal in 7 the morning, having concluded lug business liere, Drl of wthkfc, and ftaheriee v for Ontario, had a confer' ciice with' the ambassador on Lit is.; KAuL ihat the United having their fisheries in the Great Lakes are now anxious re- ciprocal foiling rights on the Inland waters, including Georgian Bay, It is not likely that the Ontario govern- ment will accede to such an arrange- ment. Vancouver, B. C., Feb. ney General Bowser and several other of the IfcBride government Uat niffht addressed a fnaaa neetuig, when the Asiatic was discuaafd. Mr. Bowser announced thai the Katal .Act would be the two hundred .Hin- dais eomiaf on the steamer Mont- Mjj though that vewel left before the .passing of the .act.; Mr. Bowser defended Lieut Gover- nor. Dtsoamiur'a refusal aaaent ;to 'UstbtUaa eotutitatiooal and ridiculed claim that he had whole question, bjr a _visit to lananv the letter Mr. Lemieux broufbt hack; said Mr. Bowwr, really bound Japan, to nothing. the; cases of. re- leaaed by Chief Justice Hunter, Mr. Bowser declared that it the Do- minioc which wag citous. Mr. Bowser added, ;'H the full court in appeal should orerrule the-.rifhU, ol provincial le- Itslature. thai will show where the of the present condition lira. ;lt wiH be at'Ottawa and no- where else. There is still time for Ottawa .to enact remedial legislation before the Dominion Parliament pro. rogues .and respect the and rights of the people of this "province. We intend a white, man's country, not one for Asiatics." Mr jBowaejT declared that the dif- ference between the Grand Trunk: Pa- ciftc and bad been 'practically acttleu and the line would be commenced and' would be com- pleted this year. i TEACHERS ftjCK Johlyn ami Hiss Mucdonatd arc unable through illness to assume their duties at the puhlic school to- day. NINE HOUR LAW STARTS MARCH 4 Stales Are Gready ferried Orer.it SHOT PRIEST WHEN AT THE Tattle Deed of 21 Anr- ckbt a Detrer i Colo., Leo Heinrischs was shot and killed today by Guiseppe, Guarnaccto, an avowed anarchist and priest hater, while the piiQsi administering the bdcitmenf at the in' St. Klizabeth'h Roman- C'atholic church. KiK'eling at the between two women, Guarnaccto -pressed the muzzle of a revolver the priest after the consecrated 'wafer priest' throughT the Wg.Ji'My God, my fell prone in'front, of .the. _ Feb. the opin- operating ofHctals. of the' railroads they have not' been con- fronted for many-years "with 'condi- tion so serious as is contained in tKe nine by itrf_terms be, conies effective on March "4. Jn per- sonal conference and In correspond- ence, with commerce tlie officials have indicat- ,d intention to conform to the act, but they-express the belief it ,vill not'be possible'fully and imine require" ments. J Petitions of a considerable the" railroad -vcoinpanies_ have" been the inter-state commerce commission requesting that an ..extension of''the-time., of- the 'go- ing effect cf thejlawbe grunted theih. "assigned r in articulate scream, the as- spr'ang into "tile aisle "alnd wav- ing the- smoking pistol above his head .dashed to the church" door. For a moment the hundred or more persons in the church' were dazed and then 1 womarT shrieked :and the congre- gation became several women fainted and many others be- came hysterical. Several-men, Patrolman Dime! Cronin started in pursuit of 'he murderer. Cronin overtook the fleeing Italian on the church steps. Guieseppe. attempted to shoot the po- 'iccMiian but was vf oiled and over-pow- ;red after a desperate struggle in which several me a the of- The hurriedly re- "710 the city jail. "As threats'of vengeance -were made by 'nun who quickly gathered in front the "church, chief of police, Michael Delantjy called "out reserve of who were k'-pt on guard_ all and uijcht. .known Ham- contractor, 'suicided to- Major Henry 'A. Cropley, aged 70 years, editor and publisher of B., Capital, is dead office atvKuthven; Essex County, Ontario, was robbed yester- day. This is the fifth office, in that county to be robbed within NINE MILLION "1 n'ul of the by afrieulture. 4, The returns indicate- the "grain' prcKiuctioji of the pro viaise year was bu- Flax bu- the owjp'lUt-ihows net decrease of husheU; the difference be- ing enfirely'in wheat. 1 t INVITED _ A The, Dominion Rile' Attociation haj been invited to send a' team to Vienna next August, to in a, aeries of .International amall arm matches for championahip of1 the world. DANE50N AMENDMENTS WERE PUT THROUGH BRITISH ARMY Five ftfUn Dtpatiii Tfcst Vntoi El Has Beei THE HIGH RIVER MAN CHAftGED WITH OBTAINING MONEY UN- DER FALSE PRETENCES _ flightRiver: .wha-got the better, of a Southern Al- Kjacqtttttedrof the charge of "ntooey Binder false pre- __ afternoon. The "case wag a very interesting one for'three days. Danielion- arrested at by .the- mounted police. Leth- PINCHER CREEK EVENTS Pincher 22 ILr.-" V. Mills eainfe in from, the" ranch at is staying in town for it' few came doxvn, from HognfcV, D. Crryesterdrfy and is le.xy- ing today for.Cowley. W. Eddy of in town ilrs. of Cow ley an-t at the Arling- ton Hotel Mis? Winnie-Shannon-- has arrived from to' Ontario where was visiting relatives'. 5-jhe to wick and -Pincher Creek.' The Minstrel. here in llintcn's -IlalU lastlnjgtit .jC: F. P. Conybearc, K. city solicitor and Aid.' Ives, returned on 4 Saturday night from Edmonton where they went to interview the govern- ment regarding the proposed ainend- menU to the city charter. The depu- tation had very little difficulty in getting the municipal committee of the Legislature to allow most'of the amendments to go through thin ses- sion; The power "to pass tlwr early closing law will be one of the amend- ments The city asked that an-amendment to the charter be made to that 4he city may use for city or grant to the .crown, streets or other civic property by a two-thirds vote of the burgesses as an ordinary money by-law and without leaving itself liable to claim of dam- ages by ratepayers whose property may be. affected thereby. "The com- mittee refused to, allow the amend- ment. _ The amendment providing for keep- ing pollsj until 8 o'clock, was passed.- Mr. Conybeare said that he heard nothing of the court house while .there- but saw the plans of the court house. It is a three storey building, seventy-eight feet frontage, and is a .very fine building architecturally. Feb. The army for 1906-09 have been The grow, total is 1 u against for The War Secretary, Mr. Haldane, esti- mates for a toUl of men in the hcnie and eclcnial establish irrespective of India. This is a de- of 000 men from lafct year. MAJOR BELCHER COMMANDS Major-Itobt. lk-lchcr, formerly of this city, been apjjointed to the command of the Mounted Rifles, at Edmonton, with rank of Lieutenant Colonel: No better com- iiumding could huve cho- sen. t City Methodist, Church, five from Ottawa, was destroyed by fire yesterday. Loss SEVEN PEOPLE WEREKULED h Raimd CiiMi theStale New Ywfc Nyack, N. Feb. per- sons -were killed and -two injured early today by an Ontario and West- ern train striking a coach carrying a parly of young people. SAW CHUCK B GIVEN THREE MONTHS Cues TO EXTEND FIRE LIMITS 'X special meetjpc the council is called .for tonight to oonsit'cr the ex- of the. fire limits to Coutts St. on to Bompass St. on .the south and to Wood St. on west.- of and depcnd- 'the fiiumcia' hardships, particnhirly at the pr.-sl ont-tima, which- the -employment of thousands of additional men" will im- Sonic-minor rea- sons arc given1 in a few of the. peti- tions, but the two referred to are the burden of all the statements made by the. curriers. -emoved "prisoner fuil where he icmaim'd severuHiours. groups of men' beg.m to con" oti I oca 1 ics> catch thf hich to" Tlie-songs, are twq ANOTHER ROAD ACQUIRE NORTH COAST LINE To Enable it to Route to Portland, Oregan Plan to Cut Off 600 Miles Cannilinn Tai-iiic intends to operatc- the suite of er-its own r.iil.s. the purpose to rcivch tide a shorter than" either-of the transcon- (Special to HeraW.) Feb. arv'beiv that the North Const Rail- way Company, iginator ol which.is KoberU E. v lmcs This is indicated bi born, ol" Spokane, been" acquired tho pltnn 01' to construct r. by >tbe Canadian Pacific Bailway Kustpoit. Ida., ths north- Company and that the formal lermiiuis of trn; Spoknne Tnter- fer will be made in, u few when nntiotmlcs over the" Spokane" International, cjtr> _ j Canadian rtntl Soo iines. will II. C. Corbin, pVesitksnt and builfter !x; jjiorlened ,miles.. :ol the International com-1 Construction work on the N'orth Htyii Hax not beard anything in en.stern onVUU of the acquisition; ton uiH Ijcgin with "vigor early in' Mr. Strahorn cannot be reached, March ami mils Ix: I.x.jd aa hf is in" Southern Califorr.ift or. Kcnr.cuicU Ts'orih'TiTikima aiHooobile'trip. -Messrs. Corbin'MI mmcr. The fact that a contract ami Sirahora-were in conferences in will Ini in short time is and it'Tortlnnd a month to be P. of the of- it, is the jficial announcement from .Montreal of for the the plans of the Canadian Pacific to _ i build from Spokane to Fortlnr.d and TV of. the North Coast! Seattle uith a mast line extending 'to be projected the IrtM nampd city Vnncou- Jfortn line and., very 11 C'. Sowid .cowwtrj' been kept in the employ of the that Mcsafrs- in" Eastern Washington and iMton; were in- of tho Cnwarto mountains scv- months and it iv known that surveys for the co-isl extension have also out by T. Rice, irlio hns been associated with the C.P.R, onsirtCere. Hicc now in the whence announca nicttt of tho CAnadi.xn company's id- entity with the project should come in in a days. near the building1 a'ld sheriff decided to 'take Guiseppe out Accordingly he was hustled into an automobile and hastily driven to Littletown, 14 miles from Denver vhere he placed on a train for I JTLll' jploiada Springs. y Fn the twenty contaries of history of Catholic of its oriesthood in ihis'city declare there la no "record of a tragedy to parallel that of the killing of Hein- Tliis crime- thc-y say will stand as one of the most fearful in LhG criminal records and perpetration nay result the" canonization of Father Leo" as a martyr of the church" :n whose service Jicf fell per- "ornung duty. Father Win. O'Rynn, pastor of St. will deliver an etilogy on Fath- Lfo iigainst anarchy "m? The funeral rill bo attended by of lhe Knights of Columbus 'sitire body of the Knights'of St. John md other Catholic The" munlero? talked jrcely ;in -j.i concerning his ficmliah act. For hi- mosLly old favoraites iww caUzhy ones are re- I in tou-n for another engage-, tonight. Viricher .Creek Hockey Club jour- neyed to Maclcod on Sjtnrdaj' and in one of iKhteil Jrinks'in Canaciu. Thu gTinie ivas playod on ice covcr- .nl with an inch of ac- count of the darkness ,v good-den.1 of roujjh play was indulged v 1'incher Creek wns scoie of 0 to but not .my means indicate.the rela- strength of the te.ims. imported a man from toth- hridijc- nnH-'another froml Edmonton though they rlnim to lie strictly'nm- ntcur. BARTENDER'S CONCERT TTfie 414 B% I. L. ,was held at the Labor Temple Saturday evening. The hall >riwns an which thoroughly enjoyed the good thinjrs providexl. At half timr> coffee and ROUND THE WORLD AUTO RACE La Porte, Ind., Feb. Amer- ican car in the New York to Paris race, automobile contest, left Rolling Ind., at 3.45 p.m. today drawn by three-teams of horses with snow shovellers ahead. It hoped to spend the night in La Porte or City. Southbcnd, Ind., Ital- ian cur reached South. Bond at 8 o'clock tonight.X Michigan American car reached Micliigan City at 10 p'clock- tonjglvt. ciime He dechirc-d.lif no1 regret. He said.he is an Sicily, av shoemaker and i-, 5G, years old. He bocanie .1 sociftltast ami Mnarchist t ij- twcnti-'.years ago. He came years ngo and has anarchy and working but lit- trade. sandwiches were provided. The president of the union, W. Huynes, occupied the chair, and from 8 to 11.30 there was not an idle mo- ment "of enjoyment. With such a pro- gram of talent it is difficult to indi- vidualize, but Mr. Sharrett's number ventriloquist stunt with black indeed a treat. The load bartendeis were assiduous in looking after the creature- comforts of those present. The following is the The MapleLeaf; chairman's address; D. Barclay, song: R. Thompson, song; D. Murphy, song; A. Jones, song; W. Martin, song; J. Webb, re- citation; A. Holmes, song: J. Foster; concertina solo; W. Barnett, song; Pat Walsh, song; Al. Morris, .speech and song; Mr. Sharrott, song; T. Parkinson, recitation; F. Firth, bong Hanrahan, speech; McMuIlen, song Sharrett, 'ventriloquist sketch; J soio; Lavinu speech; Lang Syne'; God Save, tht King. -1 At Kingston, Ont., thib moining, fudfe Price scntencfd Alex.uider B.xb ock one iiv central prison for and sentence on L charge of-cruelty in'breaking the arm of hib four, months old baby ile in a passion. Despatches Right bff the Wire Allen Huber [Jcrlin. "Out. was ilccU-d Mayor'of J Hockey matches Saturday I A. T. Petric, former chief of and1: alderman, died at Ifc-lltiville, af j 80 y. Kmcrion Coatswortli, John Dunn jnd F. C. Law. have apointed cicpnse commis-'-ioners for Toronto. Two ttv lattly SOWK. of .tlH bwt property in IK6 bwiness dis- trict in this" city, to be as tcr- br.t M> far the trmnj- wprwentatiyes to princi- as follows: Ottawa 3, S5iamrock Quebec S, Montreal 6. This morning at the District Court, before Judge Winter, three piiaonen were arraigned: Joseph Ascroft on a charge of incest; Jacob Sawchuck on a charge of the theft of the property of. James Fiske; and Akx- ander Radcliffe on a charge of ing the property of Jacob Dave, of Stafford. Radcliffe pleaded not guilty and to be tried at once by the Judge. Ascroft pleaded not' guilty to his charge and his caae will be heard tomorrow at ten o'clock behind closed doors. Jacob Sawchuck asked to have his case tried at once And pleaded guilty. His couniel, W. C. Ives in addressing the judge, said that the case had cawed a great deal >f astonishment and regret in (he city, as the accused had "lived u a citizen "such as no one could find fault with. He was held in highest esteem by those who knew him. The evi- dence will show that of ar- ticles were in the possession of the jccussed of-which he had no use or no reason to steal as he waa stead? and industrious, quite capable of supplying his needs. He asked judge to consider these things in mit- igation of punishment rather 'than that he should be 'confined with" criminals who would not be of any benefit but rather harm to him. J. H. Fleetwbod, city waterworks said that Sawchuck. had worked for and a day. He was a skilled laborer and he had never found him other than perfect-" ly He never -knew him take anything awayjrom the _ ment. The judge asked-Jacob why he took all those things. -Using hia little son for au said, that he JSL judge gave, him the -Hgfiu5t powibie sentence, three with hard la- bor, and ordered him to allow the re- turn of the. identified stolen goods. Australia has invited the American battleship fleet to visit there. BOMBARD LEGISLATURE WOMEN WANT FRANCHISE Strathcona- Women Suffragists Force a Way Into Meeting of Legislative Committee new of sm nil pox wore at Moncton Saturday. The Board of Health proposes to ?top all muinJ rrict1vH'ito. _ The hraltl, of Sir HVnry CampbVlI- Kannerman, the P.ritish prime mtnis- is improving, but very slowly. There is not the "slightest hope 'ic will be able to resume active lead- j jrship before Easter, if even then. It is'supiMvjed that Abb? Elk-blais. who mr-t his death at Three Rivers, Saturday, was enjoying his afror din- %vhiTi lie fell asleep Ict'inp he pipe full. His clothing tor.k fire when assistance lum almost extinct. The second Italian murder for the week" in occurred on SHut day evening when Viccaro Silvo was shot through the" head" and killed, supposedly by another Italian named Caldoroffe Carrnirio. who promptly lisappcared and has not yet been by the police. Rev. J. A. McDonald, editor of the i The throe children itf James Stan- Toronto Globe, proaeh.il in the five years v-ere burned night, his tnbjt ct being "The j to death Madawaska. The jvarents Nation's Call." "Conditions arwimi Uent out -and locked them in the tho shows of the P.iniic ripe for The lamp upset and the' said. a burned, neighborhood of imtions_ without bro-j thcrhood of nation-, means war and] the past week the Gram! war uAis would b; hell." r- Trunk railway has dismissed eight employees for disobeying rules. Six Thomas A. Edison. Ihft' iuvcntor, 10 'submitted to un for-tho removal of an sn the car last night, was reported today as resting easily. Dr: A. B. iJutl, who perform- ed the .sai'l that" 3fiy Kdi- a fiiirly comfortable night and ih.U feteady in Jt w probrtbl-' that the Hon. W. S. Fielding will bring d >wn the bndfet during the coming viok followinf im- nfdiR.tely upon third reading of tlie bill ratifying the treaty. The report of 'he royal com- mission' appointed to investigate the Quebec bridge also Uid table of thV thw of them were dismissed for swearing figer trains and others for drunkeneas. Mrs. Mary Adelaide Yerkes, widow of Charles T; Yerkes, the Chicago fi- nancier and traction magnate, has that it was her desire to de- vote a portion of her es- tate to the, erection of a magnificent hospital in Chicago. Cimpbellford, jOnt., has granted five acre siUvand ten years exemption from taxation to a company organised by American capital tinder tho name' of tlrc Canadian Steel Rollings, Ltd. The" town will'''also' furnish v to .15.000 electric horse power per h.p. per car. The new pUnt is to cost WO.OOO, Edmonton, Feb. the first time in the of the Province of has the legislative chain ber resounded to the thrilling appeals of female oratory. Last night thi humble little building on the Hud- son's Bay Hats resembled in one res- pect the great House of Porliament at Westminster.'There, was one differ- ence. It was not necessary to removr the suffragists by tlie policfc. Thcj demandwl the manly' privilege of ex i-rcihing the franchihe in municipal elections. Their claims are advanced on behalf of married women who have, endured living with their hus- bands, as the franchise has already been grantttl to grass widows nnd spinsters. The suffragists were from Strath- cona and In-fore the com- mittee on municipal-law; which was considering a number of amendments to the charters of llic cities of Al- berta.- The had the greatest iliificulty in reaching the committee They were without escorts and unac quainted with the building, and scur riod through several of the depart mental offices before they reached the reception room of the members, ere they found one of the messen- gers and with difficulty in cajoling or bribing the, reticent youth to lead them to'the committeee room. The of the ladies deputa- tion into the room was signalized by the hasty snatching of cigar stubs and removal of hats.- Three of the ladies addressed the ccmmitteee. Appar- ently the only member of the com- mittee who had courage to reply to the spokeswomen was John Tv Moore, for thiyrest sat in gallant silence all loquence, the claims of the suffra- tgettes of Strathcnoa were presented. Che ancient fundamental doctrine 'of 10 representation no taxes, was sol- emnly affirmed by each speaker in ,urn. "Women have no said one of the ladies of the dtrputation. 'that their husbands represent .them. Some husbands are not worthy, to rep- resent their wives. If a wife is fit- to own property and pay Uxea, she is fit to vote.'.' The ladies were armed with a reso- lution of the city council in favor 01 an amendment of this nature to bo incorporated in the city charter, and the spokeslady carried a htifc cane. The city solicitor of Strithcona ed the objection that the resolution was carried only by double vote of the mayor. Deftly brandishing her stick, the spokeswoman of the depu- tation called tlie city solicitor down in genuine womanlike vituperation, which made the legal of Wiun of Strathcona sorry thai he spoke. The upshot o! the whole matter that the deckled tbat when the women of Strathcona and the city cwMwrii reconciled the claims cf the anffragists will be Ac- knowledged. through the interview. With all the' charm and persuasion of a roman's MOUNTED POLICE NEWS Cor porn T of the local R. N.W.M.P. force' has been trmmifcrrtJ to Itattlcfoixl, and )Ki for that poirrt on Saturday niglit. were tramfetrtd from Ticgina to -the R.N.W.M. P. force last Suturrtay. Tnsp'Xtor West is ntill laid aa a result of the aeekleMt he nigwt.