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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. January Man Falls and Kills a Child More Schools are Necessary Robbers Looted a Mail Car 1 Robert Livett Gives Evi- dence before Coroner's BURKERECALLED Could Not Remember Miners WKo Complain- ed About Gas AT INOUFST I lllVJUl-jO 1 ses YOUNG FRENCHMAN CAUGHT AT REG1NA He's Charged Mith the Fieridish Murder of a vwr Woman in r ranee Regina, Jan. Ben- gedt, a youne sixteen .year old French- has been .arrested-by '.the R'-N. W.M.P. on a of "rautderine Adealaid. Weirener mar-s ried, woman or a baker living at St.1 Lefaire in-France. The murder is alleged been committed in and somt; en evidence .at inquires in'-Paris and Havre.-" bv 'Inspector ;M. T." H- flor- don -Mr: 'P. j is ac'tinR for the, prisoner. A: great" number-Of tech lively to arise- in' the i MAN FELL AND KILLED CHILD Pa., son Tnurston, a resident here ;who weighs 260. pounds, slip- ped on a sidewalk'today, and In falling crushed a perambul- ator in which .an eight months' old infant was riding.' The child was instantly killed. MASKED MEN RliAlL 4- CANT TWO MEN OUT Managers at Syd- ney (Reported 'Killed, is being' heard by ;ChieI j ision of .the' Bcllevue inquest f ull are.! ol 'interest." discussion-as- to.' asking for is provision'-by' which- to admissabilitv-'of evidence and skirm- ishing between counsel atsi. witnesses .Sydney, N.' S., One bf the! .Clerks f- Deed by DespJerriacIoes Wash., mask ed.. highwaymen-7 en tefed the mail car on Limited on the No'rtherri- seven o'clock- this evening, train was leaving K ing 'As the first robber he levelled his gun Harry Clarke ant ordered to', throw up his hands could obey th striking Clark on'the As Clark fell the rot Jan. twoVbers'turhefctheir-attention to- th r K- T1 hold deputv niknager's> Purchase and Fer-' thc-matter. can he-gone into.-. -.The. po- -.B ;J lice 'are in receipt "of.evidence.-from WEAR, -UNION Winnipeg; Jan. Wln- nipeg Street-Railway Co. hat issued orders "forbidding un- ion conductors and wotormen to wear, their.. union :buttons on duty: One Bunion man was discharged, today for calling a .working on other, car, -a scab. 4- 4- SECRET SOCIETY MARKED BODY London Police Working on Another Mysterious Death Lonuon, Jan 5 him" and ftpiri fnvsterv todav gusenr who-.weremissins and reported quest-on of the ueath ol Jos was elemen i th Beren tound' i an aiid .to rescue the men after -.-the: explosipa .on the 8th of evi- ence' In- a: v.ery" straightforward, regarding" the took-, in discbyering and .-'.bringing'', out thi. men werel'iound in near shaft. :-were 'brought not diccpv j AVhose mutilated .ched Auburn ctapham Common last Sunday, oma- and south r, A. t this at whlcl1 was attributed by the police t j -doors were the Ilo'audsditch anarchist is no i transfer the'mail members of which killed in th nor has there been.any. 'found.. Blood- raid nn Tuegd. fnrcp. ni thp p.xnlnsion aPfpr-tpri :i- ,_ ,t_. raltt taeir flcn luesaj The p force; ot the explosion affected a "comparatively..small on. soiitK Bie ,falls oLstone have the ELECTED PARDEE AS CHAIRMAN Df New University Board of Governors-Fix Date for Senate Election (Special te the.Herald) Edmonton, Jan. irst _ meeting of "the newly ap- pointed board of of of Albirta was held Those were: Ur Sisiey, Calgary, Messrs. Starki, Medicine Hat, Par Edmonton, and Mr. Pardee, who mantier TWO SCHOOLS ACROSS THE RIVER I bank of Montreal here; fwaiuchosen chairman Some time was spent by tfie board, in. famifiarizlnt with the, new Act. II was decided-that the :election of: the university senate be held at once, with nominations! closing oa January aist, and the time lor .receivlnx ballots March tBree of." mar. aominate a eel lor or seaator After the dote ef aftminanone, voting papers will be awarded1 to all of tke.eevveX eatien. Matter Comes Up Before: the School ancial Statement V s i' WAS PRESENTED' First Meeting of the New Trustees t" Year The School Board regular meeting had a fairly bunch of business to get Ihe committee, which waa TUesday Physicians broken open.and physicians were .fhTprogress o-f'the search 'to ,ies -men who, afenot stop between Se- ll vesv in-fact No. 4.landing pletely .closed. ...-...._ stain's' led-, to -the closet _ k .ho exammw Bcren's body, said they on each cheeSc a wound dearly "cut to form a letter S Witnesses de- cided this deliberate, cutting not aluablesections w. SEEK BIG POWERS Brantford; Jan. capitalists applying-.for a' Dominion-'charter and obviousl} svmbohc the train slows .up soc'etv The _ fdr-fte According to to the twof robbers were masked, orr Beren was kllw bT smooth 5 feet l I _orp convinced aity "oru-ihs: mini" body., fofirid .1 sen; ro'ps, arid the-appearance; of the bod- projected from "JPorif" to sigiT-on ti-c hody not satisfied tbat left The police "Peter the are still'in: dencc Jsracciiraiiiating that. other men3 Ill merkl11- the theory vthat he is ble. when ____44________ _______ ____ i -doors: were 'opened, Mr: -.navigation ..the assistant -elgn.-ports, and cc forehead rand .and .one .tbR BefOre" h'and'mjured.- -The injury judge to' have' been -a 'burn. Nos... .56 and 57 construct could arrive, 'doors were. !Kc worked in Nos... .56 and 57 carried away by the pressure and in .chutes. the melee Isaac Gas Dixon, was-con- "noticed gas. when' be TTdrk-ed'oil' Came out or' all the applicants .who were then ad- the mine -.that "day ibetwee'n three-awl .-.not-.'remember _ _ tickets: Mr. Dixon's priority of having made- tests for. rgas .that day, claim-was recognized, and he was able but his lamp would indicate. its prcs- groat ia-any quantity into the other. two -hours after -the explosion Pit ThOinpspn.atid'Hains. ot Coleman, bad in" :the'bodies oi the .three men chute.. In-answer 'to Woods Livett said the body of-the first, mau found in .52, was-lying.a.littlc to'the right ui the fourth cross-pitch near the top r ol that" chute, that of the second man was about. twenty-five feet to. thf. the south of the first and .the third man was. found :about thirty yards to .secure, the' firsts mentioned hotwi- stead, -while Mr. got.. REGINA .REPORTERS CAN'T _ ATTEND C.6 MMITT EE3 Kegina, Jan. -One of the first acts of tine new.citj- coundj. was 'to arrive at a decision to" in future' shut out representatives of g the. city press from all committee meetings, thus com pletely reversing: the open door policy triat has beon in practice at the city nail for the last three In- a letter addressed to the different news'- DOGSDESTROY TBESHlEf Guelph, Jan. Prominent sheep-. breeders In -this vicinity appeared yes- terday'befpre the government com- missioners. investigating sheep breed- that :on account of-, the aestructiveness ot dogs many flad. jriven up sheep. east emd pectacular fight is should the suspects earn- iad checked mail poucKc's -and found little1, missing; besides valuable'register ed packages -nn the "clerk's_J.vahse whichs'were stolen. The-'transfer at King Dtreet he gave Clark, twenty lust train started.' -r' FIFTEEN KILLED IN SOUTH AFRICAN WRECK FOUR IN HELD AT FRANK papers of the c.ommissioners state that in future any 'information will be handod out to reporters after consultation with "the chairman of the committee interested. frotr. them, along in' the same direc- tion." In answer to Mr.; Campbell the wit- ness slated-ho-.had worked in this mine for three years and-had been a miner 'Jor eighteen years. The mine had been' in good condition where he worked for the week before the ex- plosion, though'he had noticed slight indications.of.gas, .but could not say that .'he had registered any complaint. -To Mr. Woods, he stated that he 'worked near the. top of the chute. The in that section of the mine had better than'before the explosion on of October. stated that -he could.-not-say that he got-the full of the air-1; -was not in a posi-j tinguished it was discovered; that as to the vcn- (Brother Leon-Cin was Burned to deatk Kich, identified with the wool and cloth. trade in .England and Can; ada, and'WV A! Dryden, of Brooklyn, breeder of compose the com ancl tney Save already mace" inquiries in Great Britain, and will, go West and into the United states." ,V The witnesses yesterday tnat all dogs should hare a collar and tag by which they could be identified. ii'armers who kept a flock -of sheep should be allowed one" sheep dog- free of taxes, but to be supplied -with a wg. Queenstown, -Africa, Jan. per- sons were killed, and fifty-an- the wreck of a pas- senger train near Cathcart, ;Cape Colony, early today. Frant, .Jan. meetinf. of' ratepayers of Frank was held last ev .j. eningr in the schoolhouse for the fur ,1, pose of fe i the ,Messrs. Wheele and-ToraJrias. allow cd their names to to placed ia nem Mr.-Farmer is the returnin T 't r tT. -T, J. .T- .T. .T. ONEFATWlN GWBYFIRE Granby, Que., Jan. tlie fire in St. Joseph's College was ex- tiiation. could not-say anything! attempting to rescue'others.- Bro- and BRANDON OLD-TIMER rOEAD Branoon, Jan. death -oc- curred this morning of'Henry- Ferris, one of the pioneers of Brandon, of can cer of the stomach. Deceased was ah excavating contractor, and bad done a large amount of water works and'sew ers during the last twenty" years. He was one of cse best known figures in the city. NO RECIPROCITY, SAYS ONt. TORY ferth, Jan. a meet- ing of the Eastern Ontario Dairy association, Hon. Col. -Matths- son, provincial treasurer, opposed the sentiment of a resolution passed in ra'vor of reciprocity .with the United antes in dairy products. "Reciprocity WATERWAYS COMr.lISSlON Ottawa, Jan. Internationa] related only." to; the portion of the: .n-jnc-rin which: he .had worked. The only wavhc had of kno.wing that gas was present mine was by the notices Posted on the board at the entrance. Gas 'had been reported in December.-. Recalled Jaraes Burk, secretary of Local Un- ion 431, was recalled and again ex- amined with" reference to the tele- pram sent to Chief Inspector asking for iraiscdmte inspection for gas. Tjiis telegram had been sent on day the 2nn ot' December; as a result of J others slightly. The loss is OPPOSE MI HOUR LAW Waterways Uommissioners will at Toronto on Friaay. Mr Cote, secretary of the Cacad ian section of that body, states tha before the end of another year, the whole boundary lino between.tho PI eon river and St. Regis, Que., will have Oeen decided upon. Inatlon. orricer. AID A TRIBUTE TO CHAMBERLAIN London, Jan A strUciaf- tribute eo Chamberlain Empire :lwil4er the rlrer if board would low the land 'to taken froca rict, provided such action in any war tbeif the ccBiminionef fraud looHnc over the kit own accord, the dajr alter was paid'br Lord y- that Birmingham peofle must Terr proud to hare to minions seas v'thaa "any man in Empire Representing Canada laad, he xothiRf abetat party polities, but flad to pay tribute to such a statscmaV an-i joined with them m the ardent wish that Joseph Chamberlain mtfht rbe spared not only to the people of BIT but to the empire lor many years The mayor of Grareseftd has "made aa through Lord Skathcoaa-o cirie, feoifitalirr te beann the CtMAiia 4rt4 wfcieh saebors which is the till London promiieu ward the offer to ed to meet people from, aeroM tM. river retarding school' accommodation e'district reported that tbe on from aeroM the rirer aa retary decided to 4o matter tmtli the'rtralf of -hti jaittee was approved. saey1ns; Uiat 1 they lood intercommnnicating or each, should, the board wish to" put In a system iff the letter 'was filed .for '.future The A, M. Hendrjr Co, of offered the board three sample" which were shipped too late to win destroy saw. our own he INCREAJE LICENSE ON MOVING PICTURE: SHOWS .Winnipeg-, Jan. civic saafket ilcenEe and relief committee threatened to increjio, the license fee of morihs" pictureVheiases from to ?300. per.annum. The power com- mittee will next meeting of the council expenditure of on !fpr the carrying of power wires, on.the.principal The health department purposes to ea- terce cleanliness about the food ex- posed for sills at the market, protecting the .farmevs as ranch as possible, against the beef combine is said-" to' exist. :V PRISONER VERY ILL: SAVE MORE iAIU: Toronto, Jan. Clarkson, curator ef the --Farmers Hank, stated today .tbat- therY 'would fee snfReleat assets te ssue witiout tnwinc upon the note NO FIRE BRIGADE: OFFICER OUAROS HIM St. Martin, Que., Jan, S.-Arthur Iargest" buslne5V block in thi, Yailee, a young Montrealer, chared Wls compictftd bT flrc with causing the death of Zephirin raoralngr t-ac by a blow during an election cd at quarrel, was nlacea under arrest last ga0e the 1' AS tterals no nre sri- provincial detectives, is so seriously ill at his father's home that an officer waa left.on guard. te Burn bnt, and two famil-on, w'ue were residing 'n the building, had to iss incir escape in their night with the temperature ten below zero They suffered severely. W. R: t Baalc, was open farnlshinf all; :v be shown at the trustees' last sprtnr but aa the board had no use for them, off er WSM _ _ __ t. Finsncit! Statement The financial statement showed that the tosxd had received aace ef the board's taxes for the" year. Ihe for the year fbb4 on construction accotmt, for Fleetwoed school construction for furniture, 1229 for fuel', for I1.66S for Debentures; fTTt and for saJariec Be 21 JO There Is still the Ftot- weod school debenturet for to receive moae> for. Manual Training Instructor uaigary, wrote acceptlnjf lavitatlon to come to the over the situation and advise the board recamlng -the' establisnijxf '-'of ual trinlBfjIiicbool TWO TOWNS RIB meet held, offered to given the pupil of Stsiadard'y.luirtnf the "at :tbe" saidaam' mer eiamlmatloiis; WM accepted with ..St. -Jan. TMcitW at Tssfakest, Rn wiali -Tiirkes- tan, lays there an run tkat the tewna ef TrxheTalsk, territory el ia the site ef ths former- place' iewa has a population 808. MISSING GERMAN BALLOON SEEN IN SWEDEN Berlin, Jan. news despatch irotn Copenfiagen reports a balloon Montreal, Jan. 4-An "eight-hour 7; T IV ty" bill introduced into parliament to bc.the German Hilde- t Mr. Verville, will be stronz- December 29, pass cpnipiamis made at a meeting on the i? Opposed bf the council Of the over Sweden, last night, day previous. A real Board oi Trade. Mr. 'Vervillc's passengers wore visible. took place when .tried to iatention is that the bill should gov- nayc lie secreiaTy name .some of: thp. j -aatters concerning public) BIG PJNE HQLDiNOS SOLD The council today took thc.j San Fmncis-co, Jan. S.- A despatch membered that .hepresident .of v_thaj view that the provisions oi the bill (from Klamath Falls, Oregon, says the holdings in that district an Eastern syadtcRte and one bait mSliieng. Tim- ___ _ __. i._j ui. any orncrs had. jtek- oj work whcrB sllch Her covers forty thousand acres on (Continued on back page) border That's the condition ot the subscription department of the Herald. Owing to the ayalanc'ne of subscriptions re- ceived yesterday and today, it will tahe some time to get all the names of new subscribers properly routed aad placed on the mailing list. This may cause a delay of a conple of days. Candidates will receive nowiecigeuicTit of their tasces as quietly as tuc ton- test raasager cen chtck up tho LfKELV GRACE'S CAP l AND- EYEGLASSES! tJnusels, Jan. Aero club re- ceived a despatch from the president of tho Ostend Aero clnb stating tbat an aviator's .cap and glasses, proba- Dly worn by Cecil Grac6, sanpoacd to have been lost in tts North Sea, were picked up at sea Mariaker, on the Belgian coasL A GIFT TO THE FELL ON :A" SAW: DIED FROM WOUNDS Winnipeg, an. Green, son a .wood dealer of. this city, -white AjTrorjnnjc ardr.nd a. wood cuttisg aaeh- Uis tae ssir. his lead split open, dying Instant- He, was about IV years A very pleasing cerciriony place at the Alexandra Hotel "last, evening. asked permission to 'use.the awHtor- IQBB at the Central School to put a in Febniary. was granted. Sanford Dodge's offer to give a read IBS; from Shakespeare in the auditor- ima of Central School en Friday anenoon for the poyils, wfca Dr. Galbralth and Mr. were appointed to the Trus- tees' Convention at j bn January 25, with O. D. Austin M alter- nate.." Have a Scrsp On Tho board "has had a little tcrap with the people from whom it has been getting its desks. An order was placed, to be delivered by New Year, but they did not come. The service, and as by the employees of Jvo. fi mine. the occasicrrof his marriage. The tva.s made oh behalf ot the employees by Itfhssrs. Cra-bb, Kelletf and Thf >rJ service WAS nf iWrlikg si'vtr ia the Queen Ante style, and is on Ewert's'Jew- ellery Store, Round street- had a wire from the factory saying the car was bn its way. The a letter from the same factory dated. December IS, two days, later, tbat they had been unable to order, a? the desks were a. special but they hoped to 'be to thiai by the end of or Uve .fini (Continued on ;