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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta VW.UMK Vll. LEfHlHtlDGE, ALUEKTA. WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 14, 1914 CENTS M'MISEK 11 GIVE1914 IMARINE INTERESTS WATCHING ANXIOU8LV FOR TIDINGS OF THE MISSING BOATS FOR III ill be Big Crowd al Business Men's Banquet I'ritiay Night ONLY-. ONE TEXT Biftlui. ll.-r I by terrific seas ar.tl ship was; Magistrate Apparently Thought There Was Fabrication of Evidence Shown IS LIBERATED had been tunned e.irl; in j lie as I" what lii-cau-.e ol !rrev. of six mm who abanJoced Ihe j ichoor.er .IcUn I'aul. which was pick-j by tl.e irvcaw cilltfr 'i.ec, in N'ar.tucket. Soured DIES ARE NOT VIEWING THE 1STRAR INTER- REG- Arush-1 and'a Her-I ward bant. The llrilish sciioor.er (ire-! Impossible Yel to Ascertain Even Approximate Dum- ber of Dead CALMING DOWN BRUCE WALKER REPUDIATES THE CLAIMS AS TO EX- ODUS FROM CANADA. (a ar.rt the fishing schooner T'.vu .._ livery Preacher Will Expound j on the Gospel of Lelh- bridge City zero throughout Kicgtancl. Trains iiserc ilelaverl b> the ililliculty in mak- inK steam. Girl Out on Own Recognizance and Will Retuin to laber It tUc Suns of KriKtoKit Hal! is uol nuviU'il tn Friday even- tiin: on ;tir: occ.isfon af llift informal fcinokL-i1 uudor the ausiiii-td of cbo l.ellibridsc Ilo.lrJ of Trade. Ilie roac- inittces in charge w'H bij disappotrit- And they don't expect to Huu- .Irods of tickets an: hrlns sold. The Innctlon Is not boinK couflnwl to busi- ness men. Kvcrj- man In city Is and will iris faille iu tue future of liCttiliriilse by uelr.s on dpi-k. Tlio iiritnarj- object of the smoker l-i to sjia- Khctti to tho scod people of liriilRC, and this tnHk has dele- gated to ilr. C. iiariinirp. tbe manu- facturer whose faclorj- fn North Lutli- bridge is hr-.ay xurning out tho pro Hut tlie cvt-nl tntemleO to bo also r. "et-tngi'llici- lioost lo start oft uitl: a hif( and n bans. RlRU now is Anloine Osadchuk Crushed to Accident in Thiee Weeks to stand tii.il on es of rocspicai.> and labritation nl in i-omiecli.in v. ith Ihe fiiil-j lien's Khi-ller case. Kerens of Taber. suuiruarily released on her j recognitantc al.lhe sugpestion "I Ihe prosecution this morning at po Her preliminary l.taricrf] was j lengthy fine, and ai the close of the session Tuesday afternoon it i-as Ihc opinion of thoie iu attend- ance at court thr.t Iheie was no pos- sibilily of her commitment.. Kresii evidence this morr.ir.jj given by tlie at the Home, however, Mrs. So-itlijato, showed lliat there liad been a be- Ueeti tilt accused and Mrs. L'orry for the purpose oi placing certain es against the probation officer. Mrs. j Southgate wrote the statement by the girl, at Mrs. Corryjs re- During the year endiry Dec. 31, there were 231 births and 189 deaths In Lethbrldgt. These ttie figures out at the floard of Health meet- ing lilt night by Dr. DeVebtr. Medical Health Officer. They were ai reparted by C. B. Bawrrar. re- gistrar of statistics. Senator De- Vtber'btlievti thil the birth fig- ures are much lower than the act- ual figures would show if all the C T J-., birth, had been reported, and jCialer Not 30 ActlVC Loday complained that it teemed to be impossible to .force people to re- gister such statistics as required by law. The birth .rate for Lethbridgc for the year was therefore 21 per thousand. If these tTg-jres were correct, it would be a rather low rate, for the'province has a rat- nearer 25. The death statistics are easier to ar.rj are considered correct. The rate. Is 17.1 per 1000, so that the birth rate exceeds the death rate by nearly four thousand, representing the natur- al, increases. Mail -l.in iia. Was a Terrifying Sight is the 'C.-vU-i.-ent i ii; ir.t- official i.( '.l.e luwa J Slate Jrpatiu-.c-ni atrii-iilturr, ar.O j toiljv it wac s'riowr: to Ilr-jte Walker. Dominion govtrr.r.if-lil both li.e f.-[ the ficcres .ir.d the moral drawn In he sairl, the toial r-xodus irMii into the. I'liiteii Stales, including all classts ot immi- grants '.vas siv Ihousand, siv r.Widre.l j aud thirty-five, lie charged I'nil- States authorities with adding to! i these every Canadian and Am-] Board of Health Lived Wiltiin its Estimates Re- ports Secretary TUBERCULOSIS Complaint lhat Families Are Loath to Report Presence of Disease Osarlchuk, a stale driver in'quest and dictation, the 'latter stat- H mine of the Gait Collieiifs was thai "It would not look ro bad. all the time she has been at the I...M.UII, .Ian. ll.-0lln.-ia! j tliij iiilernoon irrjin southern Japan ictt eruptions arid earth- iqualei have caused a heavy "i Uiic, par.ii- and groat propeity darn- i age arc- Oial the .Tupiion ut the vol- icai.0 or Sak'jra-Jirna which has caiis- li.ost devastation, is abating, i Just iio-.v heavy bis been the luss iol liic cannot yet be Ha-j [knra, where tlie greatest IDSS of life uniluublcrili occurred, cannot- lie vis- i ilcd because tl.e eruption oi Sakura j Jima continues. S.i llir- sloiy. in resprx-t, must Troops ivar- bhipi are now in the vicinity ami a search nt tiie island nrll tt made at first opportunity. the irarest bis city tc, erican visitor v. ho crossed the Inter-] ho'ja-laiy last jear, ivhether STEE-L EXPERT AT OTTAWA OFF IN CALCULATIONS ON POST OFFICE ,-onsldored one ot tho most" Critical kUltil" last n.gul aloiit eleier, o'clork while it s.jtTeretl great dam- trom the earthquakes, does not appear to have sustained a severe 'loss oi liic. Ii. U'Jiri. iormrr 'ese tninisler lo wl.o livr.s in j j 1-CagoFliitiia. sen! a despalcb to Hie foreign otiicc- in which he said tliat iis tritwt to combat tiie spread of the drf-aJed wlilte plague in the VLDC e. the :ipa1ih department, aide-i by thebeallb of tlie cities and tuwus. olner preventive associations, Ere finding muuli ohatnitUon owing to ilia refusal on the part of families affecl- e.l tu the existence of the rtis- eastr tlie proper authorities who ulce nieaus to prevent its spread. A circular to this effect bas been sent out to all tiie boards of in the province by the provin- cial department at Edmonton, asking for supimirt iu bringing thts matter lo Pincher Creek Thinks a remedy. rr WinK In Rcclnrp Prirp I >er t M D i Uog Ihe the right Fide. Tiie program form- ubled by tho committee is as follows: Commissioner Joseph r. Tracy in Hit; cbair. arid reception. S.3G featured, spa- f belli served Mr.'C': Mafiimro'Of Ilio Columbia 'Macaroni faolbry "ot l.cllibrldEC. rj.OO p.m.-Cigars; local sketches While the cause ul death is in do'Jbt, il is understood .that the ac- c-irient toot place during the course oi his duties. Officials ot the company intiraa'.c that 'the'deceased w'as rid- a contrary btuughl to the home by him. ADLK DEFliXSK In summing up, Mr. Smith, counsel for Mic girl. the accident happened. Fcllon" are however, tr> the liy Mr. II. llarrowraan, cartoonist. It-Ik fong by -Mr. 1.. I.. Ab-iultb, Addresses, "l.fthbrids" By Mayor Hardie and Mr. .Toh'n F. Swcrit- Industrial Agent. C. P. 11. Patriotic'song by Mr. Ueorge Hem- .Wilrefses. "I-ctlibridgc Messrs. K. K. MgcXclll, C. !i. nowman f.nrl 0. It. Marr.ock. Part sent; liy Mr. Elton. Acdrt'sscs. -'I-cllAriOso Hy .1. lilglnLotlinin, l.loyil ar.il l-'.rnesl Oodd. Selection by Mr. V. C. Wei-icy. htn intent, must r miners thc h'eliet ing heir! be evidence iuat. common proven, declar- terided -to show that the girl acted ur.dcr. the that Osadchuk could not have pre- and duress of a slronger vented the accident. A prominent ur.- brought into tho "ailair ion ofTicial staled this morning that iUnwjilingly by a force ivhich she when completed, the spot where the body, was lound mabic to resist. There was n6. ovi- ,.A the'oriBinal '-The following uro tlie anipunts due e Dialler was discussed by last uiglil. and lhc import of tile ietlev uas confirmed by Dr. UeVeuer, Medi- tai Ili'aHh Ollicer for Lethbridge, who stated lhat. for some jenson, people seemed to oe ashamed to report the. existence of the disease with the result thai tioliuns is done to prevent 1 its However, ho said I.etflbriiige hail very little to fear in this regard. he was satisfied there were a igl are further layers- ol steel. Tenders for this worit'bave: btfeu The tower-'will -estead oboat iO'fetl into oi the most dangerous points common intent to injure, as in tho mine, and one avoided by the gir) rtjd not understand the effect! been hdd-been In- ,H. each side ol lire tower will be adorned was riding would nol that fafe and they tbat they will he at drivers. A pony driver, name ui as the.'only eye witness oi the liag- that she had made the i edy, slates that Osadi the car when it jumped the track No. i butt entry. Deceased was thrown ofi between thc corner of tiie- car and a mine prop and his rilib crushed in. Accidents in thc Gait mines have in-eri lather more Sreq'jcnt this win- ter than during any other period in ided to place oniy two clock faces building's to r-ollapse in. KaROshima, at the earih distnrbanw. The slafi escaped.antl n'fier ll.e panic creeled a 1ml iu a field and busily engaged in repairing the, i2'.H4; U-. Hichards. eneu lp wliat slie Sir.. Smith-; tower anj these close to the nknown, who maintained that even though it B u !g AKiaca lhat i the ra- concerted action ar.d intention to ei- j feel a common purpose was present, j TO VYKI011 McKoncrl, v. St.SO am] Dionnc, n Hros.. tclegiaph equipment. Kagosliir.ia is prntectfl ircm loot- ers by patrols ijf police ami troops. All Arriplitans who v.cre in (he vi- cinity are saic. Wonl to this eflect lias been reci-ivfrt lieic from Karl K. Deichmnn, the American consul at With the exceplion of one or wo minor accounts, the above were ali oi.lered pnid. Tv.o notes due al the hank, one for Mr. Palmer, counsel for Ml. Lamb, I Tjie main hulldlns Is all enclose! mainlaincd tlut the magistrate had. hicjm court, lie also thought that a r.o pnuer to weigh the. evidence; and p" i[ u-.erc were nnv evider.cc at Po'.cmr, song by Mr. r. liislory ol the mine ar.d lor this srni, to F "ixithliridio reason the mmeis have heroine Mr. .lohn Torrancc and Mr. f.eorgo alarmerl. They will ask lor thejiillest Green. "God Save (lie Klne." Pipes. .1. Clark. Deception T. C. Kill- ralli. H. C. [I. -I. Hay, K. P. Stewart, Fred Herno, A. M. Marshall. p. nawden. Admission ,t couple of weeks sine? anolber di er died in the nospilal following oi a similar nature. Coroner McXicol was notified las Tjijbotii .Ian. entire rail- Toad senico of Portugal uar, cd owing1 to Ihe dcrlarntion of peiieral strike l.y the AlKjnt one-third of Mio toads br-lonR Iu thr; stale. and ikclariri (liat if it were necessary lo show the actual coming together oi (he parlies concerned, il would be impossible to enlorcf. tbe law dealing with conspiracy; thai there must he It .will be possible to prosecute .jilerior'work in the coldest weather. Forty-five men are still in the'wort. All thc stcne and oilier material is on Ihe ground to complete the lower when spring opens up. lerlatong parlors. As n iriiitk ui respect (lift mir.ers clt the mine this niorr.ir.t; and No. s idle today. Deceased was 2-3 years ol ,ige in-l that- i and one for were renewed. A Iptler from tbe former town audilcrf. asking for rc-apr.oint- N'agaski. who as was read anil :i amolion rc-ap- "Private tdcjirams, state that Am-] pointing IK-ndersoii Co.. at a .salary cricans in Ksigoshiniii I'.ed to Sendai, near KagosJiima. All sale." Several American missionaries weic stationed at Kasr'M'ima. A SlfillT tiakiira-Jim.l at the height ol iis rcpotls as a .'an. police are r.rls r.f r-i- lures Of .Tofin Urafclipnko. the nil uluviiif; rilclure liousos in ManHola in thc done tiial Ilin wide pulillcliy whlcli ilia, appf-aranr-o will R0( From l.eing thrown on tho srrcen lieforo joores of anrllenrf-s rnay ]f-arl to bis apprehension. This idcn i-iriy Lc (ni'led [o ripply rlsc'vliere tiirouzli llm rtllll nry.. KtPT IT IN THE FAMILY Oat., .Ian. I I.- -At lhc an- nual of (lie Cliliaila I.lfc As- I'o.. from II." preKldenry, mid was by Mr. K. Tot. was ncl in file power of tlie ate lo decide whether (he facts suuporled the mfi-rence or not. Mr. Palmer held that he hail shown v.here the parties had come, together with inl'enl. One hail dictat- ed, thc other signeil, certain charges. G1K1, G1VKS KVIDEXCK Mi. I'HIon agreed on tho point that lit was nnl in iiis poRcr to weigh Ihe crirler.ce. The Icsllmony in regard to the fabrication of evidence had been- luncorrohorated, hut it had also been unconlrarlictfrl, so he put the state-, menl lo Ihe. who replied, "I will give evidence in my behaW." THAT TIMP TO TAIIBR' Miss 1'eiens' testimony terided. lo show thai slic hail been dircclcd all Ihe way through hy Mrs. Corry, and lo-.ilon ,lsn. U. at tliat she fcnied heing sent lo (Jal- I'ml llonn's on the German gary if she .liil not rninply witli'licr rifrirjio ri. Fos- wiblies. Tiie. trip -Mis. Corty marie tcr, minialcf ol Irarlc nr... commerce, said Oreat Dtilaiii had to MlSb hcrcris be limnkfiii ttal It tell (u her iol to occupy the. choicest p.itls oi because tierniany is taking up otli with tiifin. of for tin? year was carried Al tliis point a ielter from .C t'o. was read, in which Ihcy claim- t eil lhat their solicitors were not sat- isfied wi- tbe validity of Bylaw "S. mirier which Hie sidewalk dcacnlures were atid refinefttetl a copy of ierrifyinj; mountain oi nie. The air were issued, and veimested miles urowirt is thick with nbhe? to look over. Tiie vnnncil took the Snnd smoke. Ti.c politi- anrl so'.ilif-rs .-land tbal the w.is onlj- an ot stion ailei Ihe disturb- j cxtnse to Iry and liinff tiieji into tak- ar.cc began many irscucs tiie island of. Sa BRITAIN HAVING BETTER PART SHOULD BE TOLHRANT OF GERMAN ACTIVITIES i ing.a half cent '.CSE tor tlm balance o' Iv.e ileheuturea helil by FJurgesa fc The people at fust did not Mem ly (_-0. Soino of tlie conncillorj were for realise tlieir danger anil were shiw in j treating Clio matter pretly short ar.rj i trying lo escape. II ii feared th.it point, and a number of ir.o- nany were tilled before teaching and torn until Ise.-isiiore. The cruiErr Toi'C reported' yesterday that Sakura dad heen Cii- jlirely eiacualtd. will not less than I Tlie fhnl wrnr. I despatched lo the. scene were unable jlo complete tiie journey. StortnS wca the town to make a: SL 1I.-A great MAN WHO VlriOROUSLV PROSE CUTED BELL1S FOR RIT- UAL MURDER GiVEN TITLE finally fcLInuii.p evolved: "Thnl the secretary C'o. ill it we liic option hold on ns. namely S3 the distincllon i tortav uron ,r of Kiev., who asso- cifltec] -with proaccuUon in the triaV of HUllIs for ritual ninr- der.- Insthe list of honors Issued on the" occasion o! the Russian N'ow Chaplinskl 1? created a eiuiser.s t-onsistmi; of II-1 -mrl Yakmnrt inJttor. (hen hurriedly sent ftlT and arc cxprci- CiJ to roach (oniglit. Thick ulniosphcrr. fnr lhc n-.on.cnt i is looking [fie (Ceiilinw'l Icres with wireless hnighl 'ol the of St. Stiinlslns of tho and aijjiolnled a sena- tor .inrt rrlvy Councillor. to Tahcr ami (he statement written the suhjecl gruelling cioss-exaininatioii. Mrs. lhc Corry hnd lolrt th? that she had heen rtireflcd lo Tahcr hy top lhc purpose of pelting Cue Miarkid that she to "gel Mr. r.arnh in tlie hole." Miss Kerens ciiargctl the iornier inalron hav' ir.g toM licr u-liat (o Ihe words out for her. lliat all fclir writtei] hrrscH ''Mr FIRE AT ENOLEHART On! .Tun. The. homca KoLcrt I'urdy ant! JLirrr ColUcl, aljoul -ri mllo fiuiilh u( here, were dcs- ;jsked HIP In anil from this morn ing. Bolh trojc-1 Uy flro were Mrs. Cocrj" dictated, the of wood and the girl being of whal slic had ltli nmazing rnpit11ty. ,ilone. imibhif; was saved anil tho hildreur sonic of whom were In lic.l a i. tljo tfme. wore rescued In their TflK STATKMKNT Otfuial advices from Kuniair.oto. ilateit yesterdjvr repurtfil tliat pl.ire shromtcO with ashes Trniu Ihf crnp arc directed Uiwaril Ihe rrpair of railroad tlia! v.ati-r ar.d rice may j lif. sent to thft hungry i.nar i Kapo'shirna. Wllh the b1 DOUBLE TRAGEDY RESULT TURK INTRIGUE by the croptions rM, in. in M.U h and smous ,nwM n( tho .v! i ii Ihrr.iiifit; picry efiort to allllf-lioii. .N'aval chicls ol the Kadi few more cases, there were only, two reported last year, and only one cie.-un. The government statistics for- Alberta on thc other hand sliow tljjt (here were only ;c cases while death statistics showed Una tnberr.ulcEls had caused 172 deatiiF.. This is taken as positive proof that, all known cases are not reported un- til too Itte. The H. 0. considers that l.elhhridge appears in a very: favorable light In regard to this dis- ease. There was little business or import- once at last night's meeting. The ioard year does nol really end unlit ilarclr, although the financial year ends in December. The repoils uf he officers were not siibrflitled, but ue in course of preparation ar.rj will je forwarded to the council wKbln t. 'cw days. Lived Within Estimates Iiibpector Vallance submitted a re- port showing lhat the liosrrl hart lived within iis estimates for 1913. The estimates for the maintenance of (he Isolation Hospital were J3000 of ivhich S20S3 had heen spent up till the end of November, leaving over for December. Kor the Board's own i-ork. the estimates were of which f 11.297'lead been spent leaving to cover December's eipenses. This is considered very good show- ing in view of the tact that the coun- cil cut tlie Hoard's preliminary- esti- mates by a very considerable figuro when Ihe year's esliinalea for 1513 were hriing adopled. The BoarJ Is most anxious lhat the rity shall proceed this year with thr completion of the Isolation Hospital scheme of coilago buildings connect- ed with che administration building In me, as only one type of dis- ease. be properly Isolated in the buililiiig at one lime. There is sllll }I500 lying to the credit of this fund, although lhc money is r.ot available, lust at piesenl. As soon as it it however, the hoard, will fur a completion of Hie plan. Ks-AW. Williamson, who for t'ic past two years has bsen ci.airman of the Hoard., drops oat In March, and will lie tilled liy Commit pioncr tlud. who was appointed by thc mayor a ronple of days aso. RtFUSEQ TO VOTE APPROPRIA- TION-GENERAL ELECTION WITHIN NEXT MONTHS Sofu, Tlrf llulgarian p.ir- Hament dissolvctt today by St.c not aware (hat she tiarl premier, Dr. V. IfculuslavolT. because I" pass a provisional ap- t.reii "swor.i." The tccnniissioc.cr at il i nisht clothes and were car.-ieil out in Tlhc, i( was p'roptiatioa bill, ri Iraipcraltire about iu lielow zero. c'orry liarl replied, "Yes1-1, Tlioao rescued woro laVcn in by Ihe.f0r ]1Pr (i-'onUnncd on Page A new cliarnbrr must It. clectcil wjihin Iwo montfis, aecorrlitig to the .6EREAVED Mniil'reAl, Jan. of Iho'Montreal'.Vlail, for many years with-the many ex- pressions o< sympaliiy in tiie death of Mrs: Mi-Nab.'Wi'lcli tuolc plocc yes- tcnlay. wliich he. sav.s from IV.c ad-; hercnls oi liie toeing Turks. i llMllj K C'htrif is the nlilor of a pens-paper InicreJ l.rre yctlcnla) ul Albert publi5hcd here in the inincbts oi con- JN'ivon, chief cljrratiiig olTicer ol Ibc slitiitionaliiin in Turicy and'he also railway o! Mr ir. was a ijit'Kl eflicienl ollicial ar.J j-nnktv. Muteilli S3'jTWelj ttctettctt. ;