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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME II. The Lethbridge Daily Herald ___ LETHBRIDQI. ALBERTA. FEBRUARY 25, IW9. GOES DOWN FOR LIFE NO. M. End Of the Sensat- ional Case At Simcoe Simcoe, Feb. 24, Imprisonment lo life in the Kingston penitentiary the- sentence imposed by Chief JtisUc on "Archibald W. Sfalone found by the Jury of attempt ing- to murder his fellow constable Wm. Wilkins, on Dec. 1st last. Jury was out two hours and ten minutes showed no emotion while sen- tence was beinff passed hut Mis. Ma- lone broke .into tears .when sentence was pronounced. PORT HOPE IS ON MAIN IMS OF TWO NEW ROADS Prernier Rutherford. Announced Government Railway Policy At Edmonton C N R and G. T. P. Will Construct Main Lines To This City From the North With Branches In Different Sections Of the South G. T. P. Expects To Finish Line This Year FLOODS Edmonton, Alta., At u session lasting till mid night, the legislature endorsee W a practically unanimous vot Mr. llutlierford's railway policy as set out in a resolution accom pan ied by bills to guarantee thLtf; had the capital rea- dieatT with the construc- tion. .Main Lines to Lethbridge The roads receiving guaran- tees are as follows Grand Trunk Pacific ,491 mil- es of branches being r tine from Wainwright to Calgary and Coutts, 451 miles and a line from Also a branch from the cross- ing of the Little Bow south through Hacleod to the southern boundary of the province, 110 miles. Also a branch from .a ppmt on the last inentionec branch near Hacleod west to therta making it difficult to -raise tuncls, with which to build rail- roads, he considered the 'next best thing the guaranteeing 'of bonds; llr. Hiebert said it was not f or him to find fault with the policy of the Government in the guar- anteeing of bonds. In biter fight -during which Mr. Robertson was ruled out' of order for his remarks he resumed His seat angrily saying "I see it is a case of twenty-four against one and an attempt to -throttle point on the C. T. P. line by cash subsidies, land tween Calgary and Lethfaridge to Macleod 40 miles. Canadian Northern branches, 835 miles. Line from Stratlicona to Calgary to the confluence of the Little Bow or guarantee of bonds. He prophesied Alberta have a population has by 1911. Hostile to C. p. that one at that." The Legislature in the after- noon passed the premier's reso- hitioij calling upon the Domin- ion Government to deal with the initial elevator system by mai- ing a provision for Government ownership and operation of them or to confer the province APPEAR IN NobiHty In Ranks Of Suffragettes In England that and grading grain. 1 Robertson's objection j that the Government was not C.P.R. WILL BE BUSY THIS YEAR SUPERINTENDENT PRICE OUTLINES SOME OF THIS YEAR'S DAY TRAIN FROM CRANBROOK been spent In Southern Alberta. Both these, rriea are well and --favorably known to th.e .people in the constiru- encv of .the new firm. -They have se- the -agency for the Avery: jThveshing' Machines, alsb for traction engines and a combina tion and threshing ma- one. of which by: the way, Mr- -Dobbiu has ordered for himself to. use: on his own land. .By. combining .their -.Cook, Sha-naan and Jack, j.will doubtless do.u large and p'rofit- business. a Herald .reporter in-, "The new line! is per- proposal Mr. A. General Su-: to Outlook, north of Moose penntonderit of the: Canadian Pacific which is now" .being operated, as Kail-way, Western Division.; Calgary, I well-" as" the branch' Stough-J by Hon. Medicine Hatj Thomas Martin, As-! section. New .terminal-' vvalter bcott, premier: ot- Saskatche- sistant Divisional .Engineer, are to be built in: an; 'CHEsrreox mcoME VADNAIf CONFESSION IN COURT HE NODDED HIS REPLY TO QUESTIONS-TOLD SERCT. PIPER THAT HIS WIFE COMMITTED THE THE FORGER VaDCouver, Feb.: The Vancou- ver Liberal association, has -passed a resolution tasking jUiorney Gen- eral -start: .prosecution--onf 'tile .Col- onist's .forged Hon; ____ _____ in the Western Division Templeman. arnved.'. ironV- Mr- .Price's supefintendency. today; on bis .way to (Htawa aad said it is difficult to is th> greatest offender, the scoundrel who forged. the'-Ef.- ,L. Borden -telegram -to the. Victoria Colonist during the J Bishop. JPeirin, of" Victoria whd is saad'to have received an. alleged: confession: AUSTRALIA AND DEFENCE Feb. has the whole and' iimperiaL inprc in public thaxt Most every speech touches upon! one ;aspect or another of" it. Attor- ney General Huches warns all able j bod men that if they mill-' that they must, be pre- pared to .pay for Uie default. Iiiiper- ialist breadth of view ol Haldanc's Division, E. L.' Chudleigh, in fact, this year, we expect .to spend" Acting Superintendent District -No. :at" the yard Jaw 4, .QraTibrook, .fy -C- ;Kane, be finished this year headquarters, Tllf- infnrmatihn -vvnc "lai-n-rt' T_ The .following- information was giv.i eluding a "larsre brick station at eii in -regard to .improvements and extensions' contemplated this coming i The .Weyburn Line In reply to a: -question froin Crow j "In- the second district; headquar- i ters; Medicine Superintendent I we' wiU complete grade di- Well Known Winnipeg Bal Anxious To Manage Lefhbridge at Moose' axlperintendent- Tay- Hat. lot, we propose Building fifty miles Currentr; We-will spend of" new railway west .from between will "eventually reach" and Coleridge- bridee and will a sec.- complete .-construction of Winnipeg.'' In reply from a qu estion .froip the importer, "Will this in on a new 'line to Lethbridge or --will it A- ice: -is- not VA meeting will be held at the O.'-W. Kerr- office at 8 p.m.- tonight, to dis- cuss the base ball situation and to a delegate to represent Leth- ;vn next Monday. March 1st north from Alberta, and put: at.- Regina to complete the -oiganiza .in a large number of; side tracks." i tion of the All Canadian league. This In North "In the tliird district; league will consist of headquar.; from- Winnipeg, Braadon, teams Rcgin ufl.j ui ters at' Calgary, Superintendent .Nib-j -Taw; Edmonton, Calgary, Med- lock, we will build connection be- icine Hat and Lethbridge; Winni- (Continued on Editorial Page.) ESCAPE FROM PENITENTIARY Vancouver, B, C 2 1 dar'-l tine' the general and sensationaro-scapp whs nrndo n'. Jsew. West- rninster, the .fug-itiye I -.FrtKch Chrtadiaii, M. n Bri- tisher named Stanton, both of were serving n term for burglary. The night sruard made his usual rounds at six o'clock this knocking the To Piit In Spur AVhilo Gen. Supt. Price of and other C.P.R. officials were in the city lost nijrht' they told the Leth- bridiye Brewing and Maltinff Co. and; the Tjethbridge Iron. Works that the company WAS willing to put in the spur track to accommodate these two industries.. As the city has its consent, the Board of Com- missioners is thft only'body in the wav of the construction of the spur. It is for the Board to say how the track will be built so as to safeguard the tmvolJhw public or to forbid it jf such is not pdssible. Takes Place Another business change is reported _ today by which E. A. Sharman and off the cells preparatory to lett-.[ Allen JacJc join the newly formed firm was turned after the bar had 'been- dropped, all they had to do was aixl steal away. had push -the door open Stanton i a Pipe wrench insuranco. -Joan, brokerage and com- mission business. Mr, Sharman very-'well p-j jsjorth Jobbing and Commission "lCiUeSt WaS continued P.. was the next witness. He went P. J. Nolan, as counsel for Mrs.; -He evidence in -reg-ard to the Vadnais desired to have the Vadnais; of the Vadnais place. The plan bo.v bro.uorht in from Cardston to give Shad been drawn to a scale by the wit evidence, at _ the; inqxiest.; jnoss when on the c-round. .Inspector West, R.N.Avir.P., who is f The house is one mile north of the a medical doctor, and J. P.. g-avc' international houndarv and is sur- evidence in to the declaration i Bounded by 0 fence about 3.J feet high of Kichard Vadnais., was taken two wooden rails. A barn nnd n at his- death bed at .the Qalt hospital i stable are at some distance from in Lethbrid Feb. Rushina' to security for their future jfood behav- ior, the Women Suffrajfettes. who were arrested last niffht, while attempting ;o reach Premier Asquith to present ;o him a petition in. the interests of the cause were today sentenced to mprisonment for one mouth. Excep- ;ions were made in the cases of -Mrs. Patrick Lawrence Mrs. Laws, vho having previous convictions ainst them, were sentenced to two aonth's imprisonment. Lady Con- stance Lyton, sister of Lord Lyton. ind daughter of. a lormer Viceroy of India, warned her friends that if they secured her by providing security, she would repeat her offence. Sentences were imposed upon, about thirty women, including1 in addition to the Miss Stratford Duff- dale, daUflrhter of Commander Dug- date, and cousin of the Hon. W.'IL Hopeel, who was elected "Tuesday in bye election as a member of tho'- JETouse of Commons for Tauntln. ifiss Solomon, ex-Pre- mier of Cape Colony, and Mrs. Ca- therine Elizabeth Corbett, an, aristo-- cratic supporter of the .All these women are high in social rtand- ing. ilrs. Lawrence asked the maffis- trate to note that therarrested women did. not belong to the disorderly or law-breakinor classes, but were women of honorable reputation, and that many of them Ixad done service for the welfare of the community. They vouid aot consent to be bound over ;o keep Mrs. -Lawrence de- she claimed that they were entitled to treatment as political pri- soners. 3Iost of the women sentenc- ed -took their punishment in dignified ilence. One asked not to be given he insulting of ound over because that would he, he .said, "Simply suggesting -Hiat j m a coward; not a woman, at all." 4-11 of the women were committed, to he "Second Division." which in "the in Lethbridge. -At; the 'time -the dec- [the iouse. laratfon was taken Vadnais, was in a A pane of. glass was broken. case of present batch of prisoners who beloncr mostly to the educated classes Pow- bod his face be eenerally. a. very- wild ap- 1 .of questions were entails drastic changes in food aTkl method of living-, Ihey all be garbed, in tbe uncouth, ready-made priaon garments spotted with broad arrow and their t food will be the ordinary prison fare i n canvas bag containing "orridKe and watered cocoa L under in-; nfle which had not been recentlv 5, ,a Sttia11 altowaoce of ineat and and tho He found a soft lead by the Crown i wall but it was ,tob He ;saw to Vadnais ves and no bv nods, he answered; and tr ed to find a bullet of same1 but unable so far. An potatoes once day. They will be allowed to commuaicate be una In- reply to questions of Mr. empty -XT. S Govt itne vard: Tn the of this witness vey.. the idea shoot him." "I think he was partially delirious" THE VADNAIS PLACE Sereennt Piper. R.N.W.3I.; Sir F. W. Borden found the aifurinff Prospect, all the women went to their _ has. been for years connected with caties in: North Dakota, Minnesota and Michigan in the Northern Cop. per Country League. This league ceased to exist last summer and Win- nipeg is desirous of co-operating with the. western cities in. organizing a Canadian league. This wilf'mean -a lot for Lethbridge in the wav of a permanent advertisement and 'the baseball enthusiasts in Michigan. Vy.isconsin, Minnesota, North D.ak'o- ta, Ontario and Manitoba who in "past years have been watching the suc- cess of the Northern Copper Countrv League will, with the organization f cne speaKer. Ji the All Canadian look to mnfir to his invitation, he said Ix'rtii for -resujts Lethbridge will was he believefl the spirit of BOND TO receive, the boost desired. Ialr plrt-v thflt existed in uverv con- Chesty Cox. the famous centre field- loaded Witness searched thoroughly for s outkle but found (Continued on Want cheerfulness. ON A MURDER CHARGE Prince Albert, Sash., men, Robert Fraphreville, John Tur. for increased expenditure. _Rererrinff to military trainin. barracks Jiere charged with the mur. the annual Ottawa. Feb. inner of the officers of 1 mcnt last-night en the principal speaker. In re-: cept. one er for Winnipeg wanes to wear tathbrMge for J900 as p escaped.; They have not been turod. Three persons were fatal ly injured and twenty in collision Co.'; For the last few years he has been msnager for the last few yearsQ ness. Mr. Jack, has boen a travel- ling salesman for tho J. I. Case between a Pennsylvania R. R. train j Threshing several and j, street, carrjat Cleveland, 'years, the last two of" which have play- managf r and written C J Eckstorm tr> that offect. If bp is to takt> charge tho. decision will have to. be made in a hurry as Cox says that "the up right 'and left. At the nee of- ninety years Juan n, Spanish mnltimiUinnaire. married Dolores TFpsina 18 years. Mr. Magratfa WasOppoMd m turn stitucncy and in face of personal slan for of a man who had tried to do his Ixrst. I-Ie did not profess to be but he did lay daim to THE PREMIERSHIP 'c. John. Feb. 24.__" the Ottawa, feb. Railway a proclamation by. of the 'Commons tixlfty a square ciiizeu who never did injiis-i WacGreeor, the: of the application granting tice to any ono. i of the an extansmTi nt Tn v in defending hjs said JP.OITOW to Marcft Legi from to- the of the time for tbe the permanent force had nouncomcnt Paid for itself tcn...times over in.sav- iccmcnt in times of strikes, etc Asststance given the old country in Halifax and .Esquiniault a dav or two. leans the is at hand Opposition leader. fUi upon Company. Tlje application ion. and Herron Hit ;