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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Lethbridge Daily Herald 9r Volume IV. Lethbridge. Alta.. Monday, January SOUTHERN ALBERTA TOWNS AFTER DEMONSTRATION FAR1 EARL GREY MAY NOT LEAVE FOR A WHILE PROMINENT C. P. R. OFFICIAL IS DEAD OLD LAND IS OUR BEST FRIEND Canada Sells Practically All its Bonds in Great Britain New York, Jan. suiwnary of the Canadian Bond issue in the last year indicates how dependent the Do- minion is on Great Britain in the dis- position 01 its bonds. Of, the total of eighty-one per cent, day on the Allan Liner Hesperian DEATH IN THE SEA SEEMED ONLY END Never to be Forgotten Experience of Nova Scotia Navigators-Schooner Dismantled, it Drifted at Mercy of Ocean tfaliiax, Jon. a tale of der, and also loosened the limbers hardships almost unprecedented in the history of the North Atlantic Howard and crew 01 the Nova Sco- tia schooner, M. J. Logan, which was abandoned oft the Grand Banks on December 19th, arrived in Halifax to- sold in Great Britain, seventeen per ceirt. in Canada and'two. per cent, in the United States. "No large per- centage 01 permanent capital is sup- plied by Canadian investors. High grade securities possess little attrac- tion for Dominion capital. Bond sales in this country are of a negligible amount. Government issues amount- ed to of which per cent, was marketed abroad. Of the yield o! the higher grade municipal bonds, aggregating Great took G5.3 per cent., Canada 3.7 per cent, and the United. States States one per cent. The mother country took S'i per cent, of the bonds, Canada taking 11.7, and the-United States 4.3 per cent .Of miscellaneous bonds the United'States took .35 per cent.. Can ada 22.73 and. Great Britain 76.32 per cent. irom Liverpool. Ca'pt. Howard and his men were rescued from their water-logged craft by the schooner Barniton, bound from Norfolk for Bremen after all hope of rescue had been- abandoned. The schooner, which was a four-masted one, and one of the last of her class now in the province, sailed from Chat ham, N.B., late on October for New York with'a cargo ot laths. Oft the Georges she ran into a hurricane which carried away her sails and rud- C. J. ECKSTORM STILL CHIEF OF Wp I See Sport V. L. Page FIFTY BELOW IN PORCUPINES See Page Three SCHOONER'S CREW HAD AWFUL TIME BARONS CHILD. ATEjJ PILLS AND IS DEAV leaving the seas to sweep in. The pumps were kept working night and day and the hardy seamen did all in their power to keep the big vessel on the American coast, hut the gales' Ca ricd her far oft her course and sb drifted to the Grand Banks of Xew foundland. Day after day, and ni after night, the aged captain and his mea paced the decks, expecting every moment that their ship would found- er, as she- pitched about in the trough of the sea. The provisions began to run out and for days the crew were un short ra- tions, which naturally abided greatly to their sufTerings. On the 13ih of 0} pOptOOp pJB.VvOH JOqiUOOSQ abandon his craft and signalled the Barniston, which carried the men to Breinem. The M.J. Logan was built- in Parrisboro and was owned by her captain. She was valued at WATERS LIVES IN HERMITS HOT W1SHART WILL RETURN ON HIS OWN TERMS Wants Warrant Withdrawn-Hon, George L Foster to Bring Farmers' Bank Matter Up in Parliament u Otuwa, Jan. case of the .farmers Bank will come up Sn parlia- ment tbis afternoon. Mr. Foster will move for papers in connection with the delunct bank and will diecuss tbe History of tliat institution from start to IJcIih. If the Fanners Back mat- ter is disposed of. the hour is iaJo he learned o! the trouble and came to Toronto. Mr, went with him and Uiey gavr eithe rbe crown atto.rney or the inspecto of detecUves, Mr. Godfrey told them 'Here's Mr. WJsfaari; do you wan They told birr., T cad nothing against him buc that h p. rs Cffli ENGINEERS DEAD Mr. Schwitzer Succumb ed to Attack of monia in Mbri Montreal, Jan. recently appointed chief the Canadian Pacific Railway, Withart Isn't Afraid Toronto, Jao. WiEhart will retarn to Toronto and tell a3I he Knows about matters relative to the farmers Back and the Keelv Mine, when he is restored 10 position of weeks ago 07 the 7.itb.draTraI of tne warrant, aaid Lawyer T. E, sition is Mr. Phe- r- WELL-KNOWN CALGARY MAN DROPS DEAD Calgary, Jan. Winn, tic known immigration officer at Calgary, dropped dead on the street irom heart failure OR Saturday. He came to Calgary from 'Cobourg, Ont., about twenty years ago. A BIG TRAIN WRECK IN WALES CONSUL ASKS FOR U.S. GUNBOAT Cardiff, Wales, Jan. pass- engers were reported killed today, when a passenger train collided with a coal train at Hopkinstown near Ponty Pridd. Three coaches were telescoped. Soldiers sent to help in the work of rescue recovered bodies of eight men and children from the wreckage. Those on trains.include a number of minors on their way to London for a conference with min owners. Hankan, China, Jan. consul General' Robert Brent Mosher today communicated with liis govern- ment asking that a gunboat -bo sent Here to protect American interests in tne event of continuation of rioting, which began yesterday. Disorders began following the report that the british police had killed a coolie dur- ing tue rioting. Considerable dam- age was done and British and Ger- man marines were landed from gun- Boats to defend the foreign commun- ity. Firing between Chinese and au- thorities supported by marines result-} ed in the death probably of twenty BABY ATE PILLS DIED QUICKLY F EARL STAYS LONGER, DUKE CAN COME London, Jan. Dublin Express says that unless Earl Grey can be induced to extend, his occupancy of the Gavernor- Generalship of Canada, the Duke of Cannaught will have to aban- don his succession to that post. The King's long absence in India will necessitate something like a temporary regency and the Duke of Cannaught is the only person fully qualified to act. The express further says that their Majesties intena their tour to in- clude Australia, South Africa and Canada. Man Who Disappeared from Lethbridge Years Ago Discovered ( the Spokane, Wash., Jan. 23. Moses of KalispeH, Mont., after 15 Fnelan _'Jbis morning -srhen to years' absence Irom his friends Wfa0 j explin-the position laiea by his had heard nothing of him' since- he left' his home at Leth- bridge, Alberta, and supposed 1C ae. t were found he would be in piucned cir-j cumetances, has located through! -i... the Letbbridge police. Surrounded by j tan orchard oi" a decade's stscdins, where he raises peaches, pianos, ap- j pies and pears for his own ose, and 1 nestling beside the bank of the Koot- river" in the dense forests of Lin- coln county, 65 years oi has been found fay-persons who I have visfted him at his hermit's I haunt while on hunting expeditions. On, j the unsettled northern bank of taej Kootenai, river Waters took ;ip his! homestead years aeo, but be now keeps up communication with Troy.' I Mont., his nearest post office and rails way station, by means of a gasoline launch anti a "railway" bicycle tachmeat. by nveaas of which he goes to town to purchase his supplies. la late, Mr. itefghea's resolution later oa be wanted as a witness for a redaction in. tbe duties on agri-! Hardly bad Mr, Vv'isban reacsed Victoria cultural implements will also coEej J'wk before a warrant was sworn out J o'clock morning up. j lor fai23 with a flourish of .tmmpete. He taken tick on the UI. coarse H's been ia all the New Jfork papers, and as Mr. "Wigbart has a Izrge bnsiness there, such., a pro- cedare is deeply resected him. He Jeeia tfait he lias to vindicate himself Delore bis business associates." "Do yon tninlc 31r. re- tim to "He -nil if allowed to come baeaj as fee did two tiie replj-. Ke will tell the whole story, too. Ke never got a doilar out the FarrnerE Bask, nor for tiat'roai- i ter out of tfce Keelj Miae." ing hit arrival hers frcm: Mr. Schwitzer was qoite in aaving teen several occasions in the courae his dailes. He was a. cbHege f. L. at Scawiizer has been withthe tor about tea years, the last has been in; the assistant chief- engineer ac. Winnipeg. Quite recently, POISON TO THREE iiATrr fiircTO HOTEL GUESTS SEEMED TO HAVE his home he is surrounded with every comfort, taking special delight in mu-; sical instruments, some of which are; larcelv his own handiwork. Barons Council and School Trustees Organize for trie Year Barons, Alia., Jan. very sad and injury of several foreign-, accident happened at the home oi erg. The foreign concessions are pro-j Bmld livLng lhrco milcs cected by Chinese troops. The rioters] past Qf Barons Thcir one.roar alld a have been checked but bavc mstitut-; babv t of somc ed a boycott against all foreigner.. Mn> hnd bcen the city Is suspended. This is apparently the Moses Wat- j ers for whom Chief Gillespie basbeec! receiving inquiries, his sisters b. Tor-; onto being ;he ones wanting the in-; formation. Waters lived in Leth- bridee about fifteen years ago and Jan, 23. A serious lids of ths death of poisoning of Harvey Little. the physicsaftx who attended him and failed to report the to the coroner. crfid.J has order- ed the body brought frcm the cemetery vault for an official post mortem and the inquest will like- ly be held Tuesday nicht. .The child It appears ate enough of the tablets, which contain one twen- tieth of a grain of the fruit of nux vctnica- to thrte chifdrer.. appointed chief engineer of the' C. P. R, system and' gineer of tne wticn is controlled by the CJ: El and had just gone -I ap fliai new duties when ill.. Tae salary of. bis; "i> said to be native o' Ottawa, EtHl-resides. ESCAPE TAKE JN an- ttree dars of nreunaent the council of the American todar decided to grant "a ter to ttse Western Jan. man dearij M13ers oa -rsd five persons In 2 serious canoM aeld by the Uoited 3Iine of tion frcm sL-ffocatton by s-Txike. ons with a broken leg. 25 the result of a dfssstroas fire e-rly today in MtHard i Hotel. Three hundred guests were; asleep when the fire broke out and many barely escaped. Thomss J. Sisux City. Iowa, was suffccat- and dfed on way to America, jpronle. a-s at thai time there was no j waterworks system. In 1SS6 he sold IN DISTRICT COURT NEAR KINGSTON IRISH LAWYERSlI LOOK TO BENCH Ottawa, Jar.. death V Mr. Justice Macilahoa recalls :ihe fact C tbar several -lawyers oi tae Toronto. Jan. J. Hunt. the traveller for Saunders and Freights lins Bay and Cars Took tire morning, seemed to a preseati-f old-timers of that time. He is ana-! Hed Cross Drug and Book Co.. and! ...___ .v> TV lOii. L O T. A _ T _.___; V i to Hyssop Bros., and went to Kalispcl, where it was Thought who along with his friend Richard opened up a lumberyard. He has not Chapman, was killed in the railway been heard of since. He was well wreck at Macoun, Sask., Saturday i known and highly snokec of by In tie District Court this coming oerore ?lis Honor Judge Winter. Rene Grtgnon. the youns French-Canadian medical man who was arrected about Dec. I2th for uttering two forged >s for small amounts, one on tho olic faiih have for some time j pressing for elevation to the. ________ i Taey did so in connection with _', the vacancy caused by the elevation of V_olllded at Col-] Justice Angiin the Supreme Court TOWNS BID FOR ONE OF FARMS Cannanjjay. Jan. town and district believes ttoat It is the proper spot Jor one of the new demonstration farms to fce established in Al- and it is making strong representations to the govern- ment to that effect. Tne cJaira is made that it is centrally located ificl that faming conditions here ire common to the greater part oi Southern AJbsrla. BOW ISLAND AFTER DEMONSTRATION FARM Bow Island, Jan. Bow Island Board of Trade headache, ate them and died within an hour and a half. The funeral was held at their home on Jan. 13, the service being conducted by Rev. J. W. Miller. The annual school meeting oi tlm Barons school was bold in the school house on January 14th. The trustees ECting for the coming year are Mc- Kenzie Welsh, chairman.; Jack Brom- ily, secretary-treasurer; also O. W. Hansen and H. Fry. The village of Barons hold their town council meeting on Monday. Tlir councilmen were: M. 0. Wenriieboe. A. C. Men- j v denliall and Wm. T Miss A. K. Ne.wmavch returned t t on Monrfav wherr: j had been spending her parents. The howling team irom this town went up to Carmangay on and played T.WO games. ning one and Barons ono. j A dance will he givcn by the hand inent before he left Toronto. For the JSrst time in his life be took out accident policy for which en- titled him to or double tbe amount of tlie policy, if killed in a railway wreck. Macoun, Saslc., Jan. J. Html. clothing traveller, Toronto, who was Killed in the wreck here Saturday, was a married man and leaves n wife and three daughters. K. A. Chapman, the oilier victim, xvas unmarried. tivc ot Longford, Ireland. j TWO C. N. R. MEN HURT; Port Arthur. Jan. the derail-; menl of tbe C. X. H. snowplow nenrj Atikckan. Conductor John Dinsmore received severe burns and is now in K. M. C. hospital. G. Anderson was badly burned but able to so home- 1 Tnc plow took fire and burned. tho other on Piche and___________, ers. pleaded quttty. Sentence another seriously in- deferred until tomorrow. jurcd in a wrc-ci wnich occurred OR Sentence was also deferred -in the -he Grand Trunk near Collins Bay at 1.30 o'clock this morning. Two en- pines snd six cars were wrecked and j representation, ail or, 'he main lir.cs wcrr blocked until seven this The cause civen for tV.o accident'is-lhai Jenslve weapons at Uio 20tb. INTIMATION THAT DUTY ON PULP MAY BE REDUCED two other cases whicb camo up thii mornincr. namely Frank Kawke. who pleaded guilty to tRe charge of ery at Taber on Dec. 31st. and Will- Jam Worsecki, wbo plendcn guilty- the charee of Jllcrnily tarryinc n me town ;ncrc r.'> telegraph nv Col- I lins B-y. Two ireight trains figured ___________ in the .srr.ash-up. Oric was going east and was >T.ailed at a aear Coi- Bay. Thre? cr.cinrs Jon the job tryinc TO gel her oat, Tho conductor to flag the other freight. Wm. the braKr- man. was on the engine which eri in Jo '.he othor. Hr jumped aril rr.pca vritlj loss oi an arm. En- and {bench, and it will now be. Two from Toronio, one from BeHfr- [vilir and oae from Ottawa are look- ling at it longingly. Logan for the Senatt Hauce -I. Logan. ex-M.P., is likely to be appointed sooa to-the Senate for the vacancv in the Nova Scotia Jr.n. 2-n..-The now Canadian reciprocity agreement will be presented to Congress next Thurs- day, accompanied by a strong mes sage of endorsement from Tatt. Almost simultaneously, Mr j Fielding, Canadian minister of fi- nance, will submit, the agreement to the Canadian parliament in .session at Oi.'awn, In eacb the agree- ment will be accompanied with de- tailed statements o! precise effect of believe certain to meet hear- changes recommended in ty approval in nt least one quarter, and that is by American publishers and consumers of print papers. Ex- cluding S'.mdays and one legal hoH is.y. aays rcmnln fo'rj the present session of Congress, after when Fieldinc and Paterscn will din not a charsce to rive at the capital from YVashinctoa. and wen- caught in the wrcck- 'I'hey are not expected before to- age. orath bring instantaneous. Cun- morrow and Mr. Fielding it is said, wa? badlv hurt, and hU: may not j arnvp.i at the general hospital. ;hc Benefit Mass of Canadians doctors had in amputate his ripht London, Jan. AU throf mcn rnarripa. this agreement is laid before it. Its Leader says there is very liiHe doubt, McDrrmott and each acceptance by the legislcitive branch! but tliat reciprocity with the United] lnrw? childrrn of the government depends entirely] States will be a benefit to the mass] on the absence of any serious organ-; of Canadians. Sir Wilfrid Lauriev's j ized opposition, which could prevent! assurances do not action upon tbe project before March! tion of the British pre BIG CONTEST ENDS AT TEN O'CLOCK Don't be a late one. You may vote for a candidate a's many times as you like, but you must get ail yotir votes in before o'clock tor.iebt. Candidates in ibs city isive all their stsb- -r1 To ad1 to the horror of the: vrcvk. i com- j lor hr'.P I mean rhc redac-jthc dehvis cauSht fire and thc >refo-.-ence and to Kir.f-s.on 10 _ existing iomtu, wbea the session must ter- of Canada's preference the firemen. Mayor Grafcav. nas commeaced a strong cam- Wednesday, January 25th, nmsic lav. wilh comparisons oi exiat-l initiate. 1 coming a stalking hone for pureiyjgavc the r.remen word TO our v paign for the-location of ii being supplied by The band. j ja? projeted ra'es. Return cf Ministers coraraercisl ambitions is scarcely scene and the fire-fighter; had i v Georgr Thornans has reairntfl from j Absolute silence is still mainrpincij Jan. oi nor'n, oouragcment lor tbe weaving o! ,v seven mile run a stt-anirr. Tr.ov i v where he staying i by otlicials here as to tbe nature and financial denaitments' network of comnisrc4al treaties j succferlco in chctA'ir.g the blaze and somc lime. I tile changes, bui tLc-re is reason toj arc in the dark .tils morning as to [around the empire. saving great deal ot frcicbt. V of tho demonstration farms at this point.. >r fr ff1 v fr scrtptlons entered on report -p sheets before corning to the -fr till in tiieie reports after you se: to tho contest department if you have back? to keep you JTI.SV nearly the c'.os- fng nour. And while .-you are in your last re- please do not forgat to bring your votes along. These reserve votes can not be counted if they arc not placed in the ballot box before the closing-hour Joniaht. ;