Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lethbridge. Alta., Wednesday, January 18, UNITED STATES HAVEN OFMBEY WANTED MEN WITH ANARCHISTS A COLD DIP DOWN BY SEA [MINISTER OF A FREE TRADER AN ONTARIO JUDGE DEll GAS EXPERT'S VERY LUCID EV! LAMP EXPLODED IN A CABOOSE Occupants Had to Jump Through Window, as Door Wouldn't Open Prairie, Jan, ductor and Jiru-keman John auric i' and Frank Mnnfa, of Uiw C. I'. arc hospital IhonxJj arc- seriously hurt. The of the trouble the explosion of u lamp thc train fivr: wiles wwit of'the city. Owing pos- sibly lo ilut exjJiMKJojj from htai j they vjf.u: ur.aUe to ojicu the door, i liie car filled, wilji hunts OH They finally broke a window and j leaped out, the train going at a fast i rale, but the depth of snow j them from, serious injury. The fire j .si-cured a fjood hold orj the car U-iore j it was noticed from the entice, but! WHAT CANADA IS WILLING TOGIVE i Working on Middle Col- umn of the 1907 Tariff DROP IN DUTY iable on Agricultural Implements Along These Lines Toronto, Jan. special to The -t wtiA k At. a ill ttUU it was soon under control. The men from Washington tbfs more- j win be bandied'1 ;over this route. Two suffering from severe burns. i Jas, Ashworth, of Fernie, Enlightened the Jury AT BELLEVUE. Believed a Fall of Rock Was Cause of the Disaster (Special to the Ferine, Jan. evidence of Mr. .faiMS Ashv.-orih, the em limit an thor of. IK any papers and essays upon I the .sublet of mining and mine gases, and their causes, wjis thr lasi witness examined at Believuelast Friday and although the ver- dict has been announced, Mr. Ash- worth's evidence was of so much irn- jjortantx1 as to justify a partial report ot it being laid before the public. It evidently carried great weight wilh the jury in its deliberations be- fore arriving at .Us verdict. ilr. Aslnvortb gave his testimony ______ in. a most straightforward j urey as governor .general; pf_ Can jl'-ist United ieahnnr, leaving no doubts in Uic.afla has never been considered reciprocity in certain minds of his' hearers as to his njran- lnlno Jn "government circles, arid in-! articles for etample as agricul- jpesd it Is verr donutlul waether hejtursl .implements. The CacadianVin- nas ever been officially offered the termedLue. tariff offers a appointment. It be no surprise and a baU per cent, on cultivators, to some well informed peoole if of Dudley, who is resigning ME SOUTH Proposed Branches From The Lethbridge-Mary- v field Line Winnipeg, ;jkn. the eighteen branch'TincE that the Can- company seeking construct in the tnrce prairie provinces, under the names of the Canadian Northern .branch Lines "company, there arc some interesting and important pro- jects. Among, two lines project- ed from boundary which that the Can- j aaian Northerfe company realize the importance ;'of having "ample con- nection: wIth''th'ejNorthwcstern States when 'the Hudson Hay line is com- pleted, for it is-expected that a amount of from these States to and from Great Britain-and Europe NO CERTAINTY Fielding and Bon came Sown here to talk tarif wfi Auoz Co. they brought %vitn them the- of the 1907 tariff branches, one to Macieod" and the other to Pin- from the'-'JMaryrield-Lethbridge u. w.c Aau, mnii east bridge "give rise j In the treaty arrangement which ii is idea may be intended ilTomicc-d Tn-iir result this week from connect, the Great Northern conferences, oy way RlfH TO ARMS OF UNCLE Men Wanted in Connec- tion With Farmers Bank IF TRAVERS TELLS There-Will Be a Bigger Sensation Than the state de j be found to nave ben the basis of ne- jgotiauons on the Canadian side. In 'some instances there may be still more pronounced going down perhaps as far EE the first column. The preference which may be i cou- ple of plunges in the direction of the free list, but generally speaking the best that-Cansda offers in cases of this sort are of the middle columnl Succeeding Earl Grey as j Governor General' of Canada _ xoudon. Jan. tb- Duke of The intermediate __ connaugnt will: be-the successor off a; siandiEg'offer to foreign countries upon any-question of He began by staling that he had la-en a member of the British Insti- tute of Mining Engineers and is now a member of the South Wales Insti- tute. He had bevn connected with mining "for thirty years, and ia an- swer to Mr. Campbeii, said he was the author of msny essays and papers -jipon inning. He was with the party of rescuers that came from Fernie on the of Ihc 8th of December. Mr. Ashworth then prefaced his statement regarding the catastrophe of that night by describing his ex- amination of thc Brilcvuc mine after the accident of th? 31st of thc "pre- ccding October, when lie was called lo j ('die place by a telephone message from the management, to make, an in- vestigation of the mine to ascertain whether it was on lire and to learn. goveraorsnip of Australia, sue: ceed Earl Grer. JUDGE FIXES DATES FOR TRIALS nis Honor Judge Winter took elec- tions-.for trial'in the District court this rcomiag. frank Hawk, chsrged obtain 'S3 harrows, horse drillsE, etc.. and rakes, seed WALL Dpi ?VT; horse power and traction T e rr i t> I'e Qisease May Close Foreign Legations at Pekin Pekin, Jan. death..; rate Bublonic% Plasye at. Chili-Wang engines', Tao and other place's is" e, wind stackers and threshing machines causing the officials to prepare against 32d separators on -arhich the general the further spread of 'the epidemic. tariff is twenty per cent. offers The 'doctors state the great wall no reduction on mowing machines, vquld have besn an effective Carrier harvesters ant! reapers though the been patrolled in time. The preference colunin one-third rp- ductior, .The harvester Uem is ont are suppbes for a such. The dutv is 17 1-2 per cenVfn: SicSe- The Calncse earnestly co-. both columns, 2 1-2 per cent, higher with others in the affected than the U. S. duty. It is considered .and retain only nominal au- ualikelT here that the complete reci-' thority over the arrangements They procity offer on "agricultural imple- requested the Russian authorities to mems will be considered by the Can- stop the trains out of :Harbin, but adiaa nesotlators, o.ut any change will this the Russians refused to do' It probably involve a reduction of the is planned to close the gates of leca- I At, nj itaiWUU (.Ills S Ul 1C ing sooas by lalse pretences u wteraedfate duty st least, aon matters should the disease reach oer. ?n ha to the level of the stares dutv. _. oer, elected to be tried speedily and nis trial set down for next. Kone Grigaon. charged with forg ii possible, what steps to take to pre- j ery in lhe cily of L6thbnd3e, elected vcnl further trouble of thc same na- ture, lie, with others, over tho surface of t.lie mine, visiting air chuics 15 and 81, whcrr he saw a large amount of debris and noted wlmt hnd bn-n done tn stop fire in (lie mine if any existed. Tests wero made for hral and air and Kincrson. llirn pit boss of the mine, was lovrcr- cd by a rone and found the trinprra- luru around 10 and nn indications of Hie prcKi-ncc of Ho saw an trlcian who hail been working with to be tried speedily and his hearing was also set down for Monday. C. WlsocKI, chnrjred with unlawful snooung at ejected to be speedily and will come np for tris! on Monday. lirillaglicr elected to he tried on charges, one ot norso stcnllnjr at Grassv Lake and the tO dmt badly caused ihe snow-plows on tbe rail- busy again and are "Vestcrdav to the level of the United States dutv. D _. _ Pekin. The European residents, with the exception of are ar- ranging to come inside the legation limits. Thc missionaries will main in their compounds. RAILWAYS FIGHT SNOW KING AGAIN More Sr.ow in thc mountains and yesterday's wind on Ac''prairie which Toronto. Jan: day's develop- ments in-the Farmers' Bauk cas6 are: Dr. Beattie NeBbTtt" is not' located yet He said to be heading for New York; a New York broker, wavrant. for whose arrest is out, nrm with conspiracy, is York today as hav- 5 to W. J. Lindsay, of -Toronto, also wanted, cannot be located, but the theory is :tiiat he. is over the border. Lindsay.; sold a lot.of the stock for the bank when it was organized. Iia was formerly..a mercliaht in St. Thbm'aB in. jail, and .has not TWENTY TWO BELOW INN. S. Bitter Weather; Amongst The Blue Nose People Halifax, Jan. for. thirtj- nve years when Hailfax Harbor was irozen over and the hi air boat "from England had to force lier way throueh ice Inches thick has Nova Scotia ex- perienced such bitter Veather: as has had and province'm "Its" "grfc tor the past4S hours. On Citadel li'jn two hundred feet above the' sea level where the soldiers 'ares stationed the. ;tiJermpmeter this morning registered 22 degrees' below, which dented-in the history of the .city. All .incoming vessels' from aloh? the shore and steamers from Trans- Atlantic ports are badly iced members of the crews siiflered. con- slderaWy from cold. line Koyal Edward from Bristol with t'ae Canadian mails and a large pasEen- ger.llst.Is somewhere-off .'the Nova Scotia coast. TO ASSIST IN Honor for Overseas Do- minions at Coronation 'of; y an. for along the byorseas aorhihtons at have FORFREI TRADE Minister of AgriSalture Boasts AT CONVENTiON-f Of Alberta Farm ers ;m Farms (Special to the 3; Calgary, Jan.. The big Convention was called to order -at Ht o'clock iy President and" 'sliac' a few minutes' introisciorr called on Mayor Mitchell of, who have a "very .not, forgetting '--'to he, too, was 'raised .on that we were .welcome en the .extra precaiiilGn Tfa chief- of police, so :thsi- would have an iiDiGplesied.' gpoa ..The presicsBt then can- "Marshal! to greeted with-" 2ppliin ceeded to" to tnVniin .ing that side by knigSts of the garter holding the .canopy 'for the sovereign's "anbiri ting "should" be representatives of Canada; Africa and "India. been brought; up .Jtown; "ThVro'are a float "-that- "Travere, If he makes any- statement in open- court, will give "the-most aeniational Inform- ation far been Keard. A friend of hii quoted him "as laying that than between the dep'-'sea; he vaa'- be- devils7 and. oO.deep seas: So -'far there '_ has" been 'no further -issued; for. any others but there if a constant with each day's, investigations of thc bank record. Is This the Man? Winnipeg, Jan. D. who has'been staving at the Royal "Alexandra for: thc past wsek, and loft yesterday for "pans'unknown, .is confidently supposed here'to be the man wanted in Toronto, in connection the Farmers'-Bank He years was the stiff sentence handed: known as a promoter interested oat today in the district1 court by j BLEW UP SAFE GOT IS YEARS Sask.f Jan. _ Edicoatoi" lasi ing Tth c-rs ;for hiarresting tha ccssary last .fall, but good prospects of a cro? pie preparations were the government to carry ooi visions of this rcsolatioi. Regarding the pori parMpg he said that, as tee farmers 3i signed up for cnosga hogs TO _ a plant the government suScient jntmber hogs were guaranteed. He said .that the coTeamsni THK" very glad tr -TKire" thc farmers ;egard3ag 'tie Iz of rural municij'a.ijtJes. Regarding the elimination t A Ciit tij in some" wMtern brick'industry. The Judge Ilannon to Harry Clark, for i mortgage clause in local police claim they had not re-i breaking into the government post'panv'notes h- inut rnrrinnc _ r ceived instructions as to hie crrest. rc- otf.cr of otila'.nir.r, cy fntec in His trials wore set. down for Tuesday. [delaying i NO DANGER OF FLOODS NOW roads all to be pu tiafllc. Yesterday after- noon's local from the west was late several hours and this morning's Soo- nssisaiiv one of mo j Htuto, .Inn. Flyer from the west will ornptinn too, pbco j or lower pumps in thc high ore mlnoi nm be in urtil some tirar tonight, bc- ll.w man hod ,nld him j .11 danger of the mines of thc'inp reported this morning "twelve u.rrp hud.cuinr of Si ,-hulr Anaconda pnuip -being flooded hours late anyway The plows have mil hr and his companion ca.we of flro in Jho hich ore has been bccn working backwards and so thai, they their muni brliinil them. Mi. Ash-, worth afid party then wrnl into the; main Kati.cWuy ns far ns Si rhiitc I..NIK! thul. rlrtifr 7H tvas dividing lino hclwrcn thn iiuvnnl nti.l outward forces of the Mfk.sts which must JUDGE AT TORONTO very grrat. to him to havr dcvcluprd in the vicinity ot 7i chute ;md to have im ciithty- tun rhutr. The coal here was si ill pcrcepijihly warm, and on his way hack hr found liir roof of seventy onc hadly cavcd. lie tindcrstood that. a miss-shot. had dird at two o'clock this (Wednesday bn-n h-fi- l.rrc, Mil could not tell whe- morninis, after a month's illness which tbct it had gone oft or not. was regarded as hopeicss from :lir Fail of Roof IT u. .u t r iL nirsi was tiorn in uucipn in HP thr fail of the roof ,0- 1T _. nt nrramc a lawvrr m ISto an (tiat plan- sufficient to havn i L" j counsel (or the noiensc in rd the whole of tne damacr done on u j i TT 01 s on Htd'.ilph murder trial. Hr was mane the of Octohrr. As a result of -A 4l j ;a m and prvsidcti over thr ins exaininntion he had drcincd IT j i i Hire-ball mcrdrr trial at Woodstock in miur was not on fire and so rr- ic30 r, i IIc a Roman (alholic and I-rtrd, verhal.v to far aclirc hoforr rlfcvatbn CConliniirrt on page lo hench_ working backwards and for- wards between here and Crow's Nest day and night since yesterday morn- ing endeavoring to traffic oprn. The A. R. 1. had a plow out yes- terday and their trains yesterday were able to rim on time. This morn- ing's Cardston train, however, was several hours late. The engine of the train from Coiitts, which arrived here at S.30 last evening, presented somewhat picturesque spectacle, bcintr fairly clogged with snow from the cow-catcher and smoke-stack to thc CANADIAN IS THE ARBITRATOR Ottawa, Jan. Agreement rc- twcen; the Kovemraents of Me.tim and the United States, Eugene Ln- HEAVY. SNOWFALL1' CAME TO FERNIE (Special to the Fernie, Jan. gnat an precedented fall of snow of the week has piled ths snow up on the. ]5 neur. K.G. or Montreal...has.been pointed arbitrator in tbe dispute >.tin. my anoxv on inn. tn the location of the lino" sidewalks and streets to such an ey- netween tfle two countries In what iej tent as. to cause' much inconvenience-. as the Chanisel tract near and for the firsl time i-aso Lfin year tbe two govern-1 JB thp'history of Feme. ihr. sr.ow 1 plow has been put into active use- tn clear tho middle ot many streets so that they can be by horses. This plow has also been the tteo menjs agreed to submit, the matter to arbitration of a Canadian AGED EIGHTY: AGREED TO MARRY of office.on Dec. 10 last and blowing be satisfied if tie the.safe. a uniform, aad A- telWalc pair of raits which were the left behind in the store and a similar- her Sifton was in iaror o! ssci'JS ity between the footprints left by the j He proposes consolidating tie. burglar and hoots worn by .the pris- j law and pound law sad jha jstraT cncr, were thc Crown's strongest; animal law into one, "more" points. Several witnesses also spoke tory t0 all and benefcia] to aD j as to src-ing thc prisoner in. the neigh cs. He.considered rates ca ecraJ horhcod of the post ofHcc the ni.cht of. hitrh and bad iae data to '-the explosion. According to the un" rnastiT the safe was completely wreck by the exrlnsicn, 'ln these farms to be o; 320 acres ac with model" buildings, and cncer tbs maTiagoment of a overseer, an account of tie cost saa AGAINST RECIPROCITY specifications and plans of-fte-aaaa Orliila, Ont.. Jan. OriHir.1 to bo kept for ths benefit o? Passed a re-j farmers who wish to build or siarz- Let the toys look io sp- ring has ha5 Srn-r> -it "ifl vr SCrTCd lft r wellanrt. Jan. 13.-A peculiar cane msny" place's io "clear" or breach of prorate was Eettled hrrc j Thc-c.p.R. vards arp 1od yesterday by the parties agreeing to: raarry. The case is unusual as hnt.li I '.s Evcn T bell was packed with snow and put' out of use. The marvel -was that she came in on time. Herald Contest II Us. I 1 LVuM A I I Closes Monday thr :rincs nt! j-n-: work, ih'is rrl'rvinc the real "3 EMIGRANT STRUCK BY .lan. ton. an emigrant at Emerson, xvasj brought tu tne city last night. He' -r W.TR struck by a ('.rent Northern at Emerson and lost He! Is at at St. Bonifsco IT All candidates in the Herald's voting contpst know tne Hnir-b is in sight, and are worSdn? accordingly. without tfce s-itscriptions, no progress. The subscrib- ers tne to the sUua- tton. So, Mr. Subscriber, if you have riclayec! joining a Boosters'