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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Alta.v jWetlncsrtay, Jan. Number 25 ACTRESS SNUBS KING MANUEL WESTERN STORM NOW QVEj Urn PROSPERITY AND PROGRESS ARE EVIDENT AT FERN1E The Town That "Came Back" After a Disas- trous Fire-Splendid Church and School Accommodation-Exports of Coal and Lumber Increase-Interest In Civic Affairs (Special to the Fcrnic, Jan. last year has i been one of continued improvement in j alt lines ol business and especially has this been the condition pertaining lo j tal in .proud of her rccor'd as a town which can come back, to use a very vulgar ARE PLEASED WHHY.M.C.A. BUILDING From four o'clock until after ten last evening, there was a constant stream of visitors to and from the Y. M. C. A. building, which was opened to 'the pub- lic for -the first time. At times the building was actually crowded with people who came out to see what the1 realixation of the Y. M. C. A. hopes PCOfcittKlE SNUBBED Actress Deslys who Caus- ed Him to Lose His Throne UTHIS teso' c fee yar juSt value, nearly a quarter of Jooked werfe TUe school and other public affairs other; million dollars, and the character oi j jj-. In these times ol progress and pros-j Th most c.xpensivc'of these Is the perity, it soiiH-liinea happens that; provincial government building jiist of a higher nature, those things I being completed. This is perhaps the to the education ol the best government buildinc in _thc Koot- gyranaBiim1' tbc bowl- alleys, the swimming pool, the aud- a ltorl-un. the kitchen, the finishings and equipment, everything, had most com- ;i nine; anil are neglected. and to the moral coaditions cnays Customs Collector Henderson ttundance Bruce reports an average reports that the collections from that source during the year, 1010, did not reach that of 1909, owing to the fall- at the duMjng of raachincry importations [or ins lhe first school wefik this month! plants, but'is still above the! to hi- 529 as against an average of; source.s. the total collections bc- plimeniary reference. During the evening musical selec- tions were given by Mrs. Horspool and L. H. Wilkes." About two hundred peo- ple were in the auditorium when the programme was rendered. LONDON MUSIC HALL Washington, Jan. the j house committee on naval attairs to- Capti R. E. Peaty aduutU'd'that his explorations have not settled the location of-the-North Pole, which' is just as much lost as ever. In explain- ing why h'e did not take any white men along in his .final dash for that he wanted all the glory.of 'the.polar achievement for hiniscK, and would not let anyone but He is Has No rThrone to ract UZZARD HAS ABATED- WEATHER STflllil Trains in the Mountains are Stalled For Hours-Local Thermometers Dropped to 32 Below-Bitterly Cold With Fog J in Manitoba-Local Trains Are Running Well a best -of the party, London, Deslys has By the terms of his publishing con tracts he had been unable to give evi- dence before the committee last spring, and of his part? _ had been forbidden to lecture or write5 about lhe that being stipulated: All .trains got .Crow's Nest Pass yesterday afternoon and last night pretty well on time, with he exception of the east: and'-west bound Flyers, No..8 and No. 7, which 44. Below at Brandon, Jan. pears to foe over, but touch of real winter with -forty-four below zero" a few hours late this freight, row. however, is moving over the The A. R. I. rs maintaining good when they were engaged, -lie said the trala from Great Falls ar- position ot the North Pole could be riving here last night only five min- mated that over, six hundred people, pol'tuSal Tf 'deserted Dom Manuel, fonrer king of _ is Penniless and no longer I determined just, the same as the equa-; utes late. The Cardston train, which visited '-the building. ja monarch, .the Parisian music hall tor, but the trouble was the compara: left here on afternoon, tive low altitude of the sub which nev however, got stuck in heavy snow While the reception was on, General dancer, scorned her. former lover before. cr eets higher than 221- degrees .abuve mile and a nalf most impossible to see street. Only once has the-mercury dropped intense cold makes it .very the railways to get rolling operation again after being [or-the iast two days: frozen .so tight known to the companies are ized in an effort to get trams usual source. the total in? Wm. Kcay, Inland Revenue tor. reports a considerable m bis athc %ures betng Sll.- 338.29 as against for 1009; most against 365 for the- same period a year ago. This is a gain o! -15 per cent, and is a most healthy indication. Not all this great gain caii be ascribed to in- crtaHi- in school as a good share of it is dup to the improvement in organization and more thorough utt.ntlort to the matter of properly and having thc children kept in school. I Nearly have expended by ihr city and provincial govern- ments in school buildings since the tire oi o'-cr two rears ago and still there is r.ot rotf.n W thc proper hous- -igiQ compared JnF of an lhe school population The f High scbco! dassfK have to be held m- a hall; over a store room--on.; .Victoria Avenue. indicates, the rapid-increase of the Hp.built v oMbc mines in this district. -All tho the j Exporting Lumber Catholic have built permanent AR ,nfcresting-fact shown by Col. bousf-s ot worship, and rcco-rd lhe 5ncrease in the the cAcavat.on completed for tis'new; -Qrt Qf Jumbcr from the district. edifice, which though last to be ]Uoa -je said-to be the ed, promises to be the latest of aHj first'in- which any apprcciabie QUM- tity of lumber was shipped across the international "boundarv, the amount ticn the foundation for great bei The year mcnt -is being laid It is not d d 5hQW5 a of able that the election date, ajmost four times as much as the pre, Thurs-day, will pass M ft dtd a year J CUl. tion rooms. Thomasson sold thirty spectators crowded London tickets, and rented five of hall. Twenty of the forty-three! rooms in the building are already th gaged, which is.a good start. The mem specialist. Dom.Manuel also has been berships also are coming in very fast. slaying in London. As in the days in Paris, when he first met Gabv, he vis- Amone tnose wno received pnnsraf-r ,i._ t__i_i'-' U-M Among those who received ccngrat-j ited contractors; General secretary Thorn-; theatres herself was entiarn n o 1 nr a gain of or 25 per cent. Export Record But thc item which tells the hopeful story to the people of Ferniejasson, who superintended the building is that reported by Col. F. C. Deni- f0r the Association, and the directors, son, -U. S. Census at this port. His records show a value of upon zoods declared for ex- pore through his office :for the year "to year. To have a more- than'doubled its exports i is a year is Bad a record. the horizon. For that reason ordin- ary Observations could not be relied committed tomorrow when Mr Macon'is expected to ques- him at length. ___ the halls. On one ulatlons from.the visitors were he by the Mar-i Smith, of Smith Bros. Wilson, thelquis de Several? In one" of aud did not get into that place until] were required to nearly midnight. 'the Saskatchewan express, which There was a foot and a half of'snow oa the. level at and a snow plow was, sent out fromidrlffc as as the here this morning, .consequently -the; hundred yards' long. [north bound from Cardston. did- not; gangs are being sent out on, DOCTOR-SUING- PATTEN A. until nearly ten o'clock, and ar-h X .-'.I 3 who have handled of. -the 'affair. the business' end Ciy.c matters are not what ther bcenv but m this direc- The former of saw her. Abruptly leaving qiiis, he-rushed to the stall in Springs, she and his face beaming, began to talk to her ardently: and earn _tuFl pppressed.-for tHe-'services, to await train started, and it .arrived at n0t'betn; started, and the, return Patten from yesterday afternoon, double-head4ffm. eci- 1 Trains Late at Prince ..Albert: Jan. London, Jan. 11. It is announced" King-' George open parliament on Gaby did not, taUe her eyes from the stage. not listen to. the former :.ting-f While was; still- adlusted _ her j wraps and, box. Man uel made" as itVto follow her. She spoke, briefly to and signed to him not to follow. It Ls understood that she told hire1, that she did not care, to associate .with him further. It was Dom Manuel's infatuation fcr JMllc. many persons believe, that was the primary cause of the ov- erthrow of his throne. He met actress in.Paris and became one of he; ago. without a full ticket being in ..._. field for the positions of mayor and These figures md.cate that the six aldermen. Two candidates for Portation of lumber from this district, the Queca tfa mayor already in the field, and has only begun, and there is no dou0t mnnv mir-r? arc mentioned In wil1 continually increase. JSh hnrors N'otwithstandinR the many causes will open iniormally on Jan. 31 uith aldcrmanic honors. lhc purpose of swearlng in thn, Thc financial afiairs of thc city have; operatjons at some of the Pass mines, members.. Most of the ministers will Feb. G. He will be accompanied bv will be a full state ceremony. The House of Conv .The C.-P. R. is apparently-jnuch bet- IT ter off than the Great' Xortbernl. .irom Regina. which should'''- M I. officials say the X here aboiit I i I nletely: suspended tfaffic on its, maid me -In-, at 6 o Tiains from the south and most ardent admirers. Many functions in -which the .young king and the dancer figured- were held in the French capital. Gaby to Lisbon where, roval demand, she' danced at a upci duiviia kl V owiiiv mounted into-Mich matters as bomlea the snipmpllt oj coal nd cokc show to-London this week and debt to such an extent that great phcnorncnal increasc outputs political activity. "Lloyd George care nnd foresight will have to be th reatest proportional i is preparing bills dealing with exorcised-in order to Keep from un-1 perccnta o{ this 5nCrease was in tho. r---------- nccrssory entanglements and much _ duct of coal, lhe demand for fall Oi by her presence. Alter the the Portuguese monarchy, more care will be exacted from xhosn assume these responsibilities xras rxncctc-d when the city was in its twaddling clothes. The Town Came Back All citizens o? Fertile are, however. coke beine not mucfe greater than that of the previous year. The increase: of operations at the Granby and other smelters, which is indicated, "will help to swell the export figures during the present year beyond those of last. RE-ELECTION IN P1NCHERCITY The annual election of the board of Councilmen was held in Plncher City on the Dth Inst., and resulted In the re- election of lhe old board, which con- sists of R. W. Morgan, P. D. Walsh aad Joseph McKnight. The board's work durtn? the past year was of much importance to Plncher City, as the in- Ktallation of the gravity waterworks compulsory state insurance against invalids and unemployment. SECOND BIG FIRE IN CINCINNATI Chamber of Commerce Building-Two Men Missing Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. Two men, prominent in business circles in this city, were among .the missing when INTERPROVINC1AL BRICKLAYERS MEET Gaby, because of her affair with the king, became and was much' sought after in music hall cir- cles. Mayor "Adams says there is no doubt about a reel ciion, and a good big one, line west of Shelby, and is sending all are -running 13 trains down; to Great Fallsv Speaking to Lethbrldse this morn- !.ly about ;25 degrec-s -belo late; today T The official low point reached by the theremomeier here during the twenty- four hours preceding' S .o'clock "this morning was 32-below. Very Bad :in the Pass The reports from' the Pass sav '-Pleasant at Winnipeg, storni blown itself; but" and tEoagD'-'l cury is ;around thirty below zsro day-the absence of wind tions comparatively pieasaht. 3 to 40 last night storm is t c mid is it being made in -the electric light and! ovm. Tbp'minp'varp' A maaul" i experienced mere.-, ine mines are, transportation companies power rates, as soon as the council! closed down until the. storm abates.; dislocations caused by-- the. gets around to it. I The railways have large; gangs of j 3fconn. Farmers everywhere welcome .Like SupL Reid, he favors cutting'shovellers at work, but they can do escepti0naHy. heavy EEOW out the meter rent first. ''Of little more than keep the said 'the JIayor, we have been cally1.building the plant throughout last" All the trains going through switches dry fali auguring well for have year, and we must run it a couple 'oi beeii: stulledi the worst place being months when the reco can be done. it 'is'- completed Ix-forc1 near McGilivary at the; Loop. No Coal At Edmonton, .Jan. cold weather continues for more: MANITOBA WOMEN .WANT SUFFRAGE Vo'nnipcg, Jan. meeting of women's societies in the Trades Hall Calgary, Jan. bricklayers and masons of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba, are holding their first! icmight decided to send delegates to inter-provincial convention in upon Ui FIGHT irnur! ir pnmniArAil rnro at. turn HVll T C trill show -cvictu- what 212 xvas stuck at thc Astern end pt.ia week- there will be a coal show cxacth what lhc tunneU 2H staUcd aUjlhc ity is lhe slateraent pt several night, while snow ploughs tried to get -coal merchants.. The N'o. 213 also required.the as-jcoai at the present is sufficient to_isui> of the snow ploughs.: the regular demand, Jjut- the 1 n ff n fvlT H T r. _ A 4- Tn TTlAot" HIW IN HONDURAS Minneapolio, Minn., Jan. less, despatches received at New Or- cluras, states that great excitement provincial legislature th city QVer the ap. The delegates present are: ns. next session and to circulate iproach of- Gcneral Ronilla's rev- Winnipeg. W. Lovatt and Wm. Owens.! peUtions for .throughout jbimionis: that Uie boomin? jithC provinCl1 for _ I legislature al the scssic to the iof can be heard in the distance. morning dawned over .the ruins of the Moore; Moose Jaw, E. Greegs, McCoy, Robertson. A. G. Ross, George Howell; Edmonton. D. Campbell, session pray- Despatches further state that Generals ing for wonu-n sulTrage. A delec.iiion of i.'arman citizens Bonilla and Los Christmas, with an army of five thousand men yesterday the interests of tho local option by-i occupied Cuero Solado, law recently carried for the second JQbispo and Colorado. Juan Lopas Bonilia is re- 4.1U C1I HfliliiUll IU11 U. v. w. .u T TV- T IT in lliat municipality waited on rapidlv moving towards Cieba Lilhtoe. Lethondfee? J. Jones; Med- jlon. Rohert Iiogcrs loday askinR [or are supposed to be icine Hat, J. Stappleford. j assistance in case liquor interests -j The only business atlack h3Iaw- by fire last night- The- was a general discussion of the H- _rt CMTtro_A1K1 TUir and control. Its method in handling n? men t f he confercnOT and TO ENTER. AIN THE system, which is now under building, de- The only business transacted yester, i.-_. ____ ____, istroved bv fire last nicht. Thf> n-nc tne work on the plant so far has been satisfactory, -the work is up to date, niiu Ims been done with the least pos- sible cost to the ratepayers, and the hoard's re-election will mean the com- pletion of the system along the same lines. OVER A MILLION CAME TO NEW YORK New York, Jan. number passengers thai came to the states via New York in 1910 was Of these came in steerage and of this number estimated over seven hunrircd thousand were immigrants seeding homes ia this country or Can- ada. The majority qf the immigrants embarked from Mediterranean ports. The figures are from eovernmeat forts just made public here. re- of the grain brokerage firm of Daniels, which was destroyed n last night's conflagration, and Chas. 3. cashier of the concern. The members of their families, as well as the police, hold out small hopes of their being alive. They were known to have been at work in their offices just before the fire broke out, and have not seen since. e destruction of the Chamber of Uommerce Imilding is the second mil- lion-dollar fire this city has had with- in the last three weeks. certain provisions of the coiistitution. The main object of the convention Is to apply for provincial charters to confer certain powers on the to it. sistance companies are not making any effort; ha've not the facilities te uiir" at all to move any freight. usually enormous demand caused, by Snow has been falling continually j the cold weather during the.past; few; and is being driven by a fierce jale- days. PAY BACK OR BE PROSECUTED BIG INCREASE IN IMMIG Ottawa, Jan. the. first; OptlOR Given Those Who six months, trpm April to September, Plundered Pennsyl- vania State COLONIAL London, .Inn. club has Iof the fiscal year, immigrants arrived in Canada, as compared with. for the same period of the pre- vious fiscal year. Immigration .from the United States for this period Pa.. Jan. as compared with an in-- tion to iljp'amount oi and [crease of 3-i per cent.; immigration by the surrender o? warrants ports, as compared with which payment had bcrn g-J.447, an increase "of 100 per'cent; f stopped were made by the Dauphin jncreasc in immigration from forces landed on the northern coast. Court by the con-i Honduras, near Truxillo yesterday. victi-d or otherwise implicated bv tho TROOPS morning, and communication between state oi Pennsylvania in the Capital point TcgJicigalpn. the cnpi-- frauds. The Commonwealth agreed An expedition of General Ronilla's dent-- 63 Per cent. formed-to look after the entertainment ;tal. has boon This ir.'nr-: to stop ail criminal action ap of the Colonial troops to be the Coronation in June. present: ination. received bj! today iu a despatch lion, included in which is the fixing of has been appointed a com--states Minister MeCrery, at Teguci.i- wages for ordinary and over time: to mitteeman. re-organize and admit plasterers; to y the State the with the exception of'.Barnaget Life Savins "spatch from thc case of Arc-'li'tcfc who is.that thc schooner establish and maintain strike funds and to define the distinction between contractors and journeymen. NOTICE TO LEAVE FRONT AT WATER VANCOUVER RAILWAYS MUST PROVIDE SAFE AND SUITABLE BOILERS Washington, Jan. petitions from sixty thousand loco- motive operators, Senate today passed the Burfcetl terstate railways t motives with "safej ers. The bill req spectlon of all loc vides for the appo of inspectors unde ill, in- equip their loco- d suitable" res complete ir. motives and pro- tment of a corpi civil service. i gal pa. Ef Timi DIAMOND CITY A a .th Tuberculosis OOO.f.Ofl. ork, Jan. that lion dollars spent in 1SIO in ci- j jior'.s and study to prevent tuberculosis} according to the annual report of the the Pre- SCHOONER DEPORTED, Atlantic CityT N. Jan. Station reports Harold CoasinSj nnd who has an st_ N. B., for Washington, pral in Ihr superior court. Thus ends !noaled ea'rly todav> and procecjed of rnost important CTinnnat t t h sprosrcutions over orouaht. by thc state Lr-d vly-'ii stirred the state from bcn end to Th-> magnificent new capi- ;s rich furnishings Of this sum the state 'sl- it had been defrauded ot" MINERS WERE ASPHYXIATED IN CABIN Nome. Alaska, Jan. 3Tar- itdl, a wealthy mining man, and one EATTLE STEAMER OHHfflTON FIRE Seattle, Jan. stramer Fly- rr. which left Seattle for Tacoma ..._ item of expense was the discoverers of thc Kougarok dis- i no passengers, caught in thi- contest nnd prac trcatmnnt in sanitariums. Sll.376.riOO trict, ami E. Simon, his partner, were u-'nen shr had gone but a short that the G. T. P. railway has secured! ticaily the total possible vote was expended for the purpose. The-asphyxiated on their claims at Noras .iistazec, on account of the valve iced- tae forcsbore for the purpose of 'anti-tuberculosis associations. i Gulch ycslerdav during a heavy storm, ing the supply of oil to the furnace ecilng for its Pacific steam-! The result was as Jas. ;000, the hospitals anditnCjr cabin becoming nnd oul of order. Thc boat wai_ it is also said today that thej Patterson 33, Morrison 32, Geo. Irtis; cvsarios SSSO.OOO. and spectai "rhc fumes and nm 10 so n- ir ii. L. t casc ;