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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TF 11. Number 3ft BLOCKADE DELAYS rAwrrpT PAIIITT CONTEST COUNT AEROPLANE CAUGHT ______FIRE IN THE CLOUDS INTERDICTED MAN GOT UQUOR Found Unconscious on the Street and Died from Exposure (Special to. the- Fcrnie, B-. C.t Jan. Hun- ter, familiarly known as "Johnnie" j Hunter, by., almost every traveller Avlio lias vjsitt-d [-'ernie during the -past ten years through his capacity as porter for The leading; hotels of tlie iowu, died this afternoon at the Fer- ine hospital from exposure. lit' .interdicted 'and could not obtain liquor directly, and it Is supposes! that-' 'some one throughkind- ness or some-other motive, secured the liquor Tor him last .Friday night and tiie jicxt morning lie-was found in.' an unconscious condition ne.fr the school house, and taken .to hos- pital, where he died. An inquest is to he held and it may develop (he facts as in Johnnie the forbidden .poison which caused his un- timely end. Mr. Hunter was of Scotch-origin and had been ff resident oi Feruie since its beginning. A MILLIONAIRE'S MILE-A-MINUTE RIDE A DEFICIT IN EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN BIG CUT IN SELLING HOURS Temperance Party in To- ronto City Council In- troduce Motion Toronto, Jan. McCar- thy, representing the temperance element in the city to- day gave notice that he would move at the next meeting that the council memorialize the Ontario Legislature to limit the hours of the sate of liquor to 8 a..m. to 9 p. m. on week days and 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. on Saturday, providing the ratepayers favor such a red- uction of hours. GRASSY LAKE ASSAULT CASE ANY WOMAN CAN HAVE "STYLE- Boston, Jan. Turner Bailey, laid, down a set of rules whereby women pt high and low degree, fac, thin, tall, or short achieve aesthetic perfection in licre rules: -Ji; yon are. horlxonial.Jines.'ancl never have dress .es loo_ long or too. short. Jt you your- costume ho martc on vertical lines. Nev- er have yo'.ir drosses short, regardless 'or style. if you .are'stout, 'dress .plainly' in a one color scheme. If you are thin, a mixed goods is per missiDle. Women possessing large feet should never wear tan shoes. wiiecner feet are large or small the oroad bulldog toe is inartistic.from ev cry point of view. in 'conclusion .Mr. Bailey says: "I'uifs are condemnablc because they are false." Additional Pardculars Put Different Light on ____, First Report v -fuller information regarding the as- sault case against James TurnJr.ill, of jrassy .Lake, show that some errors :rept into the report published on Jan- uary iu. One.error makes the report say that Tumbull was sentenced 1o tfire.e years in the Letiibridgo jail, in- stead of-three months, as was the case: The policeman did Turnbull out as the report says. J. U. Prowse, the well-knowL. Tafoer taw-j-er, a.ppeared for the defence at the time the case was heard.' BANK HONEY A USED FOR CONTEST Scheme of Farmers Bank to Get Standing in Old Country Toronto, Jan. Beattie bitt's real object in seeking civic hon- ors as mayor of this city is HOTV re- vealed, according to reports in circu- lation today. He was at the time closely associat- ed with the Farmers' bank, which 'was badly iu need of money at that time, as have shown. The j proposition was that with the prestige! the position "mayor of Toronto" would give him, ho would go to England and interest English capitalists in the Far- mers' bank and obtain from them lib- eral assistance for that institution. The goal was sufficient inducement for a red-hot campaign, and certainly 110 heat was spared. .If any individual steam was neces- sary it could be easily generated by CONTEST IS CARDSTON LINE STILL BLOCKED ANARCHtSTS EXECUTED Toliio, Jan. anarchists convicted of conspiracy against the throne and lives.of the Imperial fam: iiy, were oxecuteci here today. These put to death inclucie'thc alleged ring- leaders, Denjiro Koloku and wife. MANY WANT TO HEAR CORNWALL the other branch of the scheme, which was, that Dr. Nesbitt, having.induced British capital to bolster up the bank, was to receive' a salary of a. year'as president.. The best laid plans, however, "gang aft and Nesbitt's failure to get the necessary votes to place Joseph! Oliver in the minority corner sent the j scheme into the uir, though the pre-- cise'spot -where Neabitt himself fell is not recorded. Bank Put up Money? '_ with .this "better-than- fiction" story is tlie, further ing rumor that it was the" Farmers' Bank that put up the money for: the whirlwind campaign which had Beat- .tie's cohorts chasing .each other >up and down the streets and lanes of the .city in the hunt for vores for their who was to revolutionize- and starch into the "drybone.s" civic government of Toronto. Possibly heavy withdrawals from f. bank about that time may be1 ex- plained by this charitable work. The scores who have been looted and plun- dered throughout the land will prob- ably not take much comfort from the thought that some -of their hard-earn- ed savings went into' the fund which had for its ultimate object the pro- longation of the iife of an institution whose plunderer-s wanted still more booty. r The last hallot of' Leih- bridge candidates in the great- est newspaper popularity con- -test.ever held in Southern Alberta, was polled last night at ten-o'clock. It was some .time after that hour when the voting certificates were issued and everything put in order. The votefrjof all the city can- didates and the votes so far received from the outside dis- trict candidates1 were then de- posited' in'rthe ballot box, and Mr. J; Wiseman, receiving. teller: of 'the Canadian Bank 1 'f of Commerce, took charge of r1 the ballot depositing it in one, of the vaults at the These votes' will be i- brought. the Herald Of- f'to :he..admitted., to" -J. SOIL TILLERS AT FAST CUP BRANDON Governments'. Charged With Being Out of Sym- pathy With Farmers Jan. :2-1 hundred iuiorniiig attend- ing.! be Cfrain Growers' Convention, and it. is expected, that about five hundred will bejpresent 'before thR day is over. The opened this morning for registering delegates assembled, and listened to an address oi welcome from, Mayor Fleming, who extended a- welcome.to Ihir city- of- behalf oi the council .and generally. The Anderson, delivered a lengthy address, in which he refer- red to the convention as the "Farm- ers Parliament of-the- Province oi Manitoba.. He'dealt "with the work of the association during the" last, year and said that meeting 1 es with which the., .association had j been confronted.should spur: the menv hers on: to greater'efforts and more active .work. He ielo-there -was a "lack of sym- pathy' between1 th'e, governments oi the countr.v and the-wenlth-preducing class v "u -V auinor in lork ayd.then commit- Boss of United States Re- cord Trip from Washing-" ton to New, York Philadelphia, Jsn. Js believed to be the fastest rail- way trip that was ever made be- tween Washinutctn and New York occurred today when J; P.- Mor- gan, the financial .magnate was' whirled from one city to the .other over the Pennsylvania Railway in the unparelleled time time of-'- three hours and 56 minutei, AIL the way the special train averaged more than a mile a minute. The distance is 224.7 miles and ex- press trains made it in five hours. MUSTHJTli WAS KNOWN IN TORONTO One of the Wise Stipula- lations Made by the Cm tario Government Ottawa, Jan. Ontario': crniroent is for and iast beforp Soifi5 slceo f 4. jsation Co. was organized in 1899 by tish Colombia growers with rhe Ul otner boat. He thinks it slant talk of Trouble here, urged in a few years when river boats, Co" ofirnia a leas be said of hardships. ?o long as j morr.inj: Mr. was unab'iR. and floating docks will he built Co.! of Hamil- nny necessary sum ?o se.-uro nor been lakon. R. Danitil nites rrom the express companies j ins wifr were on thc same train. evnment haats in uae in Pansmg jN he bio joffer. Co. are covered hv the CANADIAN KNIGHTS OFFER j money was gone. Only scrap srr.ili change vras founn" on Mochuk, when hc was i rested, h'ii Lazaruk nosuivelv idrnti- J lhw and T London, Jan. 24. Sir William Bull r. j- T- i. i says the Canadian Knights offor- to ?ay half the cost' of providing a habi- tation for the Knights of Kmpiro. ones as his money, knowing them if the other dominions will find thej ihf prviiliijr fold hc himself had given hHnc tlinn, find in nnc case by a hole made in thc bill. ;