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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IV. Alia.. Thursday, January 12 1911. Number 26 HOTEL C LETHBRIDGE FAIR OF WILL LAST FOUR DAYS CHOSE DATES FOR ANNUAL FAIR Directors Decide to Have It Last Four Days PLANS ADOPTED Committees For the Fair Were Chosen-Other Business The directors of the Agricultural MANY PEARLING VESSELS WRECKED Victoria, Jan. lost their llvei, and 67 pearling vessels wreck- ed, as the result of a hurricane which swept the- of West era Australia, month, ac- cording to brought here by the steamer llajura today. V A CHANGE DATES OF MUNICIPAL Y011NG TORONTO FACES SERIOUS 2 UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM A .THOUSAND DYING DAILY Fire Completely Gutted the Building -Still Burning-Loss 000 to of Chief Kilkenny-All the Occupants Supposed to Be Safe-Adjoining Buildings Saved Pekln, Jan. con- ditions in China are becoming worse. It is reported that a thousand people are succumb-' Ing daily to starvation and disease. Minister Calhoun ex- pressed, himself-today as hop-' ing "that the United States would send further subscrip- tions to aid the sufferers. the worst tire that UtSMdge mil, the dky porter went- to tbe base-! The lire wasrot spectacular flames experienced lor many a year aot find out ,-hat Ms! until alto twelve s, Tta S Si ________ about 535.000 or. and the in-iff V immediately- returned to of all dirccu-d-bis energies and The i Uurance, is carried bv several larni> T' A" Jan. inconvea-i different firms represented "here -bv1 uSn .f lence and annoyance of .municipal el-jthe C. B.. Bowman -ABency. The fire! Coa Male Hotel S'- SoT in eci ons at ChriBtma, time and the first Carted ihortly after eight o'clock this city for a dav and who KaY- or tne year, have become to pppresire morninc and was due to an overheated to' enter the flalmoral at this tnat a serious effort, will Remade to or faultily looked after furnace It niomcnt, ran, across the. street and Societv met, last "night the municipal burnt for nearly six hours untilit was tunicd in lhe a'Iarm froir- the alarm to'those who were acquaint- posr of discussing the plans for the in Ontario, to brought under control. box just'In trojit of the s J main, exhibition building at the new lent date ln falFof. the year-as well j At no tim- ah" "t f dcnse smoTe- efforts and r-.-- -.....-.1. iLr At no time, except for about an with marvellous' raniditv and al this afternoon did energies of the seat of the1 fire in the basement Hard to Fight the Fire date In the-fairof.the year as fair, select, a committee, to to change the .municipal local year. work in conjunction with the council B. Donovan, P. p., for B to have charge of the fixing up of the v'ille. Has been in communication grounds, and to talk over what other 75 mayors of citleiVsnd towni r- H was decided to" make the fair this ot them favor a change year n four-dav affair. W. 0. Mutton WANT RUTHENIAN BOOKS IN LIBRARY Winnipeg, Jan. Winnipeg a sur- demand was made upon it for the furnishing of a section of at a certain amount of space in -the- library for momentarily getting beyond n-nu.ii. u. ___, t n. i madcr. the suggestion and his motion e ?f'them the was and sup- sLty ?u-ca an ornament of the mun- poitcd by -secretary and others. Mr. .'cipal pay. as: Boyd would greatly7 facilitate j -vv the of the rctary- said. that it.would obviate thr. inconvenience ra.used by" a 'wet day. At present one -wet day practically ensures.-a financial-loss. "Four days .would .enable .the loss of 'day. through tain.' 'to. be made the only additional cost would be 'one day's wages to-those employed on the grounds: Fairfield and .J. F. -Rotlgers opposed the idea, the tcr on the ground that, it would be difficult to'hold the herf; for four days. The motion, however. carried. The dates fixed were AUK' 11.- Building: Plans Adopted The only change made in the plans for the exhibition hall was to substi- tute galvanized iron for the three-ply ready roofing called for in the speci- fications. The latter was guaranteed .for ten years. W.' Oliver and others argued that the life of galvanized iron of the firemen, burst forth tee third storey windows ,in of year, and front of the building, and considerable the fire as- thoiifih aYarm 'wa's run's ivhcin the guests, of whom there were about thirty in the housn at the time, able i-heir way to the street consirtcrablt INJlil Toronto Has the History of the City MANY Many Already Are Penni- less-No Employment Bureau s'-ill on. the nart of the fire-fis'aters Jewish and Ruthenian literature The UncmP.loycd men in cing completely gut- matter was seriously considered'but! th-an [or it- n'o _ niinrKT f lin Janf are more unemployed men in the cicj of Toc- onto today than for maiv vears -.DutI viousiy. During the past two tlifficuliv. are alre-ady penniless and are the various charitable orgamza- ARMEDGUARi feUNIONPACIFG Salt Lake, ambitious to hold., up a passenger train on the Utah' division of the Un- ion Pacific will encounter this most improved rifles' in the hands of men who know how .'to use them. Under portions of the roof either through or collapsed. by Firemen places aod 'hy hall-past nine the could not find his v stairs and gropcti.his way to andah from he jumped .to. of about- ;ourtL'en it was only; throush their effortH an injury -io the.' structure was 'not razed grou'nd and the adjoining bu the Conyheare DJbck on the north anj register- in the -bar was secured. -Ab- tne Johnson Block on the south, saved -cllitely noihing else .was got out of 'from destruction. i builrtin? except the the i-sucsts and the. len employees lhe thermomerer was below thirty zero throughout ihc mornin0' and the denanraent was under the trortt po Housed with water, frozen more than anything ps wide' jerpus Anarchistic, tendencies -of u c ii.u. thc .vcre cut ereat deal of it published in certain thrbu-rh.the floor by the firemen', and parts Europe. The report for De-rti0ns for work and- immediate means in other places tlie "fire burst-through, cemb'er from the lending .department: sustenance. .'This .year bids to be It was finally extinr.uishecl in this showed an increase of volumes u'orst otl record as thew portion, ot the building, but .the flamrs over the 'S- n0 uniotl- employment bureau else and despite the fact that their caps, coats and mittens were frozen up'in. ..Mrs. J. H. Reiser, wife B- KC-KCV, of the Heralci stivl. v.'uo resided in the hold, got out wiih 011- conditiohs. 'r her night dress and a couple of they gowns on.: Brigade Soon -There The fire depart ment- was promptly effective-today; every'passenger stiff they did not abate their efforts train will carry an.armed guard. The one" moment precaution is the result of the rob- bery of the Overland Limited last week. would" be thirty-five-years, it would be. much more' satisfactory in this SEVERE windy country and would cost vrv J. little "more." AT motion was finally 4- passed "instructing thc architect in substitute the iron for the Lithoid roofing. (Continued on back Hh rfr 4- -f- STORM IN GREAT BRITAIN No Lives Lost Fortunately mosr. of the guests were already up and the management -is ura no lives were lost, the on the sccnr, but from fifteen to twenty, minutes were lost, to FIVE KILLED AT PRINCE RUPERT Prince Rupert, Jan. Bow- man, of Kenora, Ont, gang foreman and four engineers, were killed in an explosion.on the G. T. P. grade on the harbor front yesterday. All blown into.the water. Not Known at Kenora Winnipeg, Jin. despatch from Kenora sayg that Bowman is not known there. London, Jan. gale of hurricane force, accompanied many points by snow- falls broke over British Isles early today. "Much age was done, both' op land and sea. Huge are run- ning on the coast and many minor wrecks, biSt few casual- ties are reported. t j. 4- 4- 4- only injuries received were those earncst. James who jumped from the second floor balcony to the v i hurt bis and was otherwise" ehiken up. The hotel is owned by the William Henderson estate and was huilfby the late William Henderson five years in place of the Clarke which formerly occupied the site. Tht Fire Discovered The fire broke out. shortly after eight o'clock. Clint Moore, bartend- T er, who was on duty in tKe bar at thcjT I time, noticed considerable smol.e and the. hydrant at the corner of TKlh street'.and Third avenue, in front n[ nozzle o in? Coaltlalc block, being Tho lines were then connected with hy- drnnts on cmpts to "fire on the north side :-oi. Hie" Building, marshalled his" men; reinforced by a immher of ex- periehct-d. and in thc rear-and-south sides' and. proceed- ed to. fi.qht the flames.with the wind iowartls the front. It .looked aitcr a while as.if tlieir jcJIorts were io be crowned witli suc- cess and a? if they had the fire tmder control. Volr.mrs of smo-Ve still poured from all parts of tin: building, however. Chief in Third Chief Kilkenny himself LOST IN 'Connellsvillp, gas explosion in a.' building-occupied. by 5 and 10 cent store here-at ning at present. Samuel Arnold, ,oi the Associated Charities, says ('There are many -more last xaore are coming." must re- sult unless some act-ion" is taken to prevent them "coming in." LASH FOR WIFE-BEATER Sixth street and Fourth Judge Deroche to Teach One MamecT a Lesson Jan; Garri- fnn son- a middle-aged, inan residing In ten o clock today, wrecked the" build- Wziver'township, and who is the fath- ing. It ,s reported that twenty girls er of nine this morumy and four men were killed or badly in-1 by Judge Deroche. sentenced to six __ jured. Five Eirls were taken out dan-'months in tbe Central Prison and to th- ho-P tCe -F'ra followed the receive ten lashes for an aggravated cicniP Jnni f5 FUR McCrary's 'building and assault upon his wife and a Voung wn on___the second__jt well adjoining struc- Garrison used his wife in a tloor at the rear. GradiraTi thr fight vith th- fire. V MORMON' MISSlOrMRY MEETS TRAGIC DEATH FRENCH DAILIES KEPT Salt Lnke City, Jan. der J. Kerrmar. a missionary of the .Mormon church, whoso home is :r: Salt Lake City. while riding a nvjle over a mountain trnil cut in the side of a above the sea on tho of .ATaotin, was his when the pc.l fron the trail. recover the ur'aqaaiiy" He arid their way; stairs to the third storey. Man __jafter'man carae'stagperiris'back al- most ovfir-.i-ljoimod by the smoke and nines. Tae chief, however, remain- v nt more one time he was (Iicre alone and men who crawled called on others to gp jn and bring "r- chief ont as ho could not fossi'bly -f Issny longer. For an hour and v -a 10.-55 :o 12.15', Chief Kil-'-J- "ar.ny reinained at the nozzle, sloa'l- sly fijh-ing- his-way-to the front on v COLD BLIZZARD RAGiKG fN MONTANA 4" hurled to nnimsi fli I'-Tfcrts to "ore rifJcr fire Once or twice he tarongh a window for fissh air. from page ..Butte, Jan. of the worst blixzards of the winter sweeping this section.of the state, accompanied by low temperatures generally ail Ihi-oiiL'li Montana. Lewiston in the ccntcui part of the state last night reported thirty-five twenty-six be-, low and Great Falls thirty-! three. REGISTERED COMPANIES CAPITALIZED AT manner, biting and heating, her. SPALDING DEFEATED: Sacramento. Jan. Legisla- ture in joint session elected John D. Works, "United States Senator from California, to succeed Frank H Flycn. His only opponent was A. C. Spaldiag; the baseball magnate. WILL HUSTLE FOR Y.M.C.A. MEMBERS Edmonton, with a total Jan. 12. Companies capitalization of OUT OF THE COLLEGES have registered -srithin thn Quebec, Jan] a French j o! Alberta during the past this morning editorially de-1 This Includes only companies dares that the reading of French Lib-! whose head otuces are outside thft papers is prohibited at St. Mary's' province and are doine business in Cdlege at Montreal, while L'Acton' Province, and does not- include Social and Lac'Devoir are welcomed incorporated within the authorities. The lenges the Jesuit fathers to denv the' rcport for of ths and on to if secretary's department within the receivln will display increasss n every for of very considerable amounls parents will protect them-.over the vrar 1800. by sending their childrem to' The captallzation ot companies re- the day schools. It concludes with totalled sonKrthing like a rererence events im SwiJii TniS year it is O7cr rortiiral. HOME FOR (N UNITED New York, Jan. imperial ef tae Daughteri of the Empire In the United States, of which Mrs James Bryce, wife of tie Briiieh Ara- Is HonorRiy President, ani TpfOflO.OCO. TniS year ir.crcase of the total caoitaliza- cf the companies incorporated ia 1010 over that of coir.paraes incorpor- AGED for Building a home for aged British and women in this country Tht Fins: IN WEST VIRGINIA W., Jan Hre in Hudson Bros, sa- looa here early today has destroyed and threatens the (ha previous year. For the Young Men and Boys ofLethbridge jori'c Thc.directors 0E the YMCA held their _regular monthly meeting at building at noon today. Secretary Thomassnn reported that there were up to Wednesday night 132 members of the Association, 47 of whom were lecrived on Tuesday and Wcdnesdav.'e dormitories rented. one-day's 'membership hustle will for cay ailer the er irodt-rates. One hundred men he askcri to get three members _ each in one day. VGte2! The annual meeting of thc Y.M.C.A. '-so nnrl re- will hciti in'the associatioii to vole for far- buil'iins_ncxt Tuesday night, the 17th of them o'clock. In cor.nection with this how ihov iriCet-r'S ballots will be cast for the or-p republi-.: the annual meeting, and u any of o: was absent mrmbcrs of association drsirc an crcn to iv.ake any noriiinations in jcired of this number Carter should bs haridw to grn-.-ial VOICE. 2S, nnd Saiyrcay ni jrrcl IS. snri the vorrs, wcek' (i .s.r.j'.i.Gd among 1? not one of whcm is considered in any sense a SiARTSD IN A of C. DINING CAR The C. P. R. train No. 313. weit- bound, due to leave Leth bridge at J4.00 this mornlne. left at tea o'clock across tiie bridse tne [OLYMPIC WILL MAKE j HER MAIDEN TRIP v Vn-i. TO dlalcg coach caught fire. The an" is announcer started from a small heater la tU otar Uner Olympic, thc corner of the coach, but it ctJnat, win leave Soutbamp- before it had made Cherbourg, Fran -Headway and did not do amci. .dai- voyage. -age. The conductor decided to back The New Y. M. C, A. Building, Last Tuesday on her jThc Clynirfc wHl leave j J'.me ZZ, to pen-ice between New York, opportunity to get I mouth, Chcrhourg and Southampton.'and pjuUe4 owt Xow York [into the station and leave the o faat in the yards. The passeajwrg lork, Piy-jtcis opportunity to get tWt ;