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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thi e Herald Volume IV. Lethhridge. Wednesday, January 2o, 1911. Number 37 DO NOT WANT INDIANS AT FAIR UNION MEN REPLACED BY NON-UNION MEN EX-BANK MANAGER TREATED LIKE ALL OTHER PRISONERS FRANK MINE IS CENTRE OFl TROUBLE UNION MEN REPLACED BY NON-UNION MEN Builders' Exchange Displayed Strong Hand in Local Case-Union Men Complained Against Non-Union Man on Job WILL RUSH VETO BILL THROUGH Get Rid of it Before Coro- nation is Govern- ment's Plan BANKER RODE IN BLACK MARIA principles oi unionism, while tlit .con tractors say they are liyjiiiisg the tyrannical tactics of ihc union "men. and Intend to show them that they cannot break faith with tho Hulldors' laid down their tools, minders' Kxcbaiige maintained The first skirmish iu the impending struggle between tiie building trades unions and the contractors has Just taken place and it looks very much as it the Builders' Kxcbangc, the con- tractors' organization, has drawn lirst blood. i'Jight union carpenters employed on tbe otiices and ntber buildings be- Jng erected by the Farmers' Lumber v.-ere yesterday discharged and :i. number of uon-uiilon men put on in their places. Ii appears that Sat- urday last the eight. union men in tiue.silon approached .-Manager .Millarl and demanded rha.1 a non-union man on the job bo_ immediately dismissed. -Mr. first of all complied with Hie request, but being u member of the iJuilclers' Exchange, reported the occurrence to that body. The cnaiiue, conseriuently. took out to th1.1 Uy the They have job yesterday a number of non-union j drawn up and caused to bo men, seventeen it is said, and the men who iiad demanded the dis- missal of the one non-uulon man were iliemsc-lve? dismissed. That a struggle between the unions ..and ibe contractors, represented by Uic builders' Ji.vchange, is imminent, is generally conceded. The men are Jan. 25.-AI! ivt- I heir supporters to SERVICE AT TORONTO Halt, Lame and Blind At- tend Evangelistic Meeting close attendance v.iu-n parliament iwrjis on Feb. It is the intention ti> ais- nourjcc ihc veto bill deposed o! be- fore Uic coronation This practically llu I Toronto, Jan. 21.-A unique rcligi- TV filltnir 11O.VCIO A ICCtLCU L.1K.C .rs utmnRi ;OU5 sefnce was jn Massey Hall Prisoner at" To- i'-is afternoon in connection with the C'liapiran-Alejcandcr revival campaign. The gathering was a special one for every "aged and infirm persons and many Jail Toronto, Jan. cannot brt-ak faith wi'.li tho Guilders' Iorc Ulc coronation I pra'rwallv Toronto, Jan. Is every "aged and uiilrm .persons and many J-J.xchange with impunity, 'i hii latter xvil! compel tlic wiiuisttrs to the probability that W, R. Travera, one of pathetic sights vcr? witnessed; There remark applies to the Western Plumb- whole tirm- house- until Kasttr wrcckfera or tht Bank. m'rr; INK Uo. trouble ol' a weeks ago, to go'.erii merit business which prob- a prolonged stay at the To- wneu a number of union plumbers ably wiil cause grumMir.j; roato jail, accontiijjr to the crovns au- home for" Incurables patients from the and the hospi- Thc memiieis anxious lo'push mat- lherfc be a IonS blind mn A letter nas been Secre1! tary j. w. McNicoi. of the mraii. Society, from: J. D. MacLean, deputy minister of the department cf Indian. Affaire, asking ibe fair direct- ors to co-operate with the Indian de- partment In the advancement o! the Indians of Western Canada by refrain- men, and women I lnK trom engaging them, to appear as with rears. mis action was a strike in contraveu-j Wi todav a fo't- againM. shareholders and in Charitable :persons furnished'automo- non of the agreement between fcacn of _ R is Travers maJ' hiies and carriages to convev the aged night's holiday in lialy to required a wltiiws. Jn view..of thia phist; of affairs i: is DOL deemed adrlcaile to stnd tht ex-bank manager to Kingston penitentiary ag his jence be required On not a i., V 1U U U 5 Trade, council and then- ,rom ,hroal staves. consc-Muentlv promptly ck-? dared an open shop in. all The Council, maintained (hut lue plumbers' action! IHIW 0 fJ F OR carriages to convey the aged and helpless worshippers to and irom the ly quit, an they Had a perfect risbt to] do. Tiiey refused to pay any atton-j uon to the declaration of an open shop j ince j OTHER OF PARTIES a schedule of minimum WKSHK tb.M they are to demand for all trades during the coming year. The IluiM-} era 'Kxcnange lias appointed a coin- i mittee to dralt a sclicdule or tiie max-1 intum wages tbal iftcy will pay. ami i are taking other steps to maintain i Advice to Manitoba Fa mers by One of Their Leaders Uieir'policy of an open shop. Tu not. very communicative but maintain i tair at the Lumber Co. Job! tnc- tliar (hey are fighting for tbe usual j appears to be the lim clash. EXPLOSION IN CAR OF COAL STOLE -k GOAT GOT 2 MONTHS Justices of the Peace at Frank are Kept Busy These Days (Special to the Frank, .1 an. iho police court on Sat-unlav bctorf T. S. Krlchi-r. .i.iof Ulc at Preset, bur jt. is Grow-1 crs ract agMn this njomir.g. Thn ubtr order ot the prosraicme was nas- etJ al ten :o V A rfu v- i ndpe, of pleasars! at again to trom 15 On his arrival at the jail be asked to hJaiself for a hath amJ bis cSothicg for "Kbat, for." aakf-d Mr. Tracers. the ruies of the jaiL" "But you have never done it re. re to do it .iail everyone tint cones doirn in tilt van" must, bf- examined as that U lie osl5 way coaltl keep the r_ fact- blaacbeii he MAY OUT ,AT FRANK .Sask., Plrnie Barney, an employee of the Goose Lake roller mills at Harris. Sask.. un'.uadins; a car oi steam cnal ;IL the 'hiT'.- was an c.vplo- ston in the coal, the reMill of which caused serious injuries to bis iacc. It is inicossibie to-toil the cxicni _ j trie Grain Growers oa j ?ress MjtJ THJ? tie KI-PJ _ _ ___ Ian. would be rfl-jrnndtjrn atct ir.ltur lUniCSS Their Grievances! meraber to I'., and W. Gresham, .J.P., Dom- inic iHarshall was charged with steal- is may lost- '.he Tim explosion Ls laid lve: and to this c-nd lie urged all pres- ent to join one or oiser ol iceir pout-' Jcnl ufsoriaitons so cm so bo in on tU'-i I crounr! Moor Sn ?oocl ;to !.Uo betore tne s cioeed they formulate som-j polUIrri'nucttn" or ciiaftMatos to are Given Attention by Operators (Special ;he rir.i. the Fnuik branch of GRIT LEADER TO DIVIDE HOUSE I On the Three-Fifths Clause in Ontario License Law Toronto, jaru A. G. leader or ibe opposition In tbe legislature, declares ne -will divide the ooase on tae three-tUtnE clanse of the local opaon-provisions of the Ontario Liquor ACL The Liberals ,oope io sec- snpponers of the govern nient vole the opposition on this matter. When the three-riftcs clause .fras introdaced by Hon. J. Hasna, it was opposed by Hon. I. B. Lncas, ivno was net then in the cabinet :tnce tse admission of the Centre cabinet the house I nas not been divided on the subjer- though tne question nas been delayed and Mr.-Lccas retrained from express- ing aimselL When it is taken up tnis session he tviii likely be neard 'rom. an attraction at tne annual fair. r 'i'ne letter says that the practice of advertising as one ot the at fairs th2 appearance of-In- dians in dances and pageants in-tlio native costumes is detrimental to the Indians, h'or some time'previous to1 the exhibitions tnoEe who have arrang- ed to take part in the dances and pag- eants neglect tnelr ivork; the excite- ment in prospect absorbs their inter- est and they become unsettled and die- satisried. The results vrhen; they are in attendance at thei exhibitions are more deplorable, 5s understood the Indians frequently- qnor, squander thetr andj ov.- their to be degraded and debauched.. Alter their return'to their reBerves it is most dltJScuit to again interest them in their .-work. it is, the letter" the general interests .offt't'e" --.of Canada that the'Jndiahs'be citizens and. the.'department hopes'that a coat valued at -SI0.00 from se ia tht- red iorliuc thrri' should be nr. in- K J. Kroam. ol t5e Tniicd o' briefly stat thru- nrovi-'-- ;i at vr-stieaiion made in tlif-mrantimf. >ng tnat the Hlainnorc. lit piiilty. but uili dare continue the opora-j organization tod it was only a drunken frolic, ,'iionsi of ;hp car. J opening permr.nont However, their worsltips 'sent b'ni'! .._- down to Maclcod for' two months. A! tin-same court Pat. McKittrick.i an dliM.iir.rr, is known in the West, ;vas rliarged under the inncy Act, anrl snil down lor one j Chatham, Jan. S. Fla- had a high temperature. jhertyauu Snnuiei Hornick. prominent lhc {lid no! SPfHp'a: half pas: DROWNED WHILE SKATING Jan. sons o capi. LarnDert Lobnes, of .Middle La RaT-r drowned last w; which j SKa.las on river :rt to were re- aftout thin tce> vas aopoinrcd fid trje warning. Tbe bodies have no ye: teen recovered. ol A o erase TERRIBLE TREATMENT OF IMMIGRANT BOY AL ihr police court tlii.s morning farmers, of Tilbury were cbarted -I. W. Gresliatn, -F. John An-jin Tilburj- tbis moniins nssnuli- a pi1 boss a-i- BcUt-vnc, and harm .Q up on a drunk and disorderly two immigrant boys. Arthur Clarks-on 1 to ihf io discuss grievances and report tr> a cjilLii Sor thai in the 'Miri'.Ts Hail Monday nicht. Tiif Monday cvenis? i r: 3 committee io wai; on operator1' prcscn; ihcir UA- inon resume work to ot Their in the morning Flaherty attacked the boy with a horse whip. Inspec- fc ror Kidner arrived in the d.iy he found Jho boy's back covered wiih P'aCe- hciievp. Tomorrow the of, tne board of diiec tors or the flair" will be ready 'to funher. ts far at tne work carried on by the (oreri- menc. in' conclusion the deputy says that the department in in opposed to Indians exhibitlnir thiir crops or handiwork or Yititioy spectatoie. The letter will be placed next meeting of. the directors. com- mittee has aireadj been appointed" by tne Qlrectors to arrange f the ex- hibiti of crops, stock and so forth' 'by the. Indians .'to spe win be given. The matter wag up some months prior to and the agent ot.the Blood reterve communlcatecl with for his advice aind-: co operation. No reply, however received from him and the matter 'wiii congequently REAR ADMIRAL DEAD t'aris, Jaril Adnilral U. S. N., died here "night. 'Admiral Muscatine. in 184i He was pointed from." Iowa and wae trom the U. S academj in .He was retired, as reir RAISE BIG OFtOBACCa Windsor, Ont, Jan.. Water Interferes with NO, CLOSED sex fanners have signed co.itracis with the McAlpine Tobacco Company agreeing to deliver 'ncJllion'pounds or tobacco. This industry is steadily growiner and many prominent farmers are devoting their energies to the cul- tivation of the leaf. Some immense crops have been harvested from a very few acres and under improved facilities the tobacco industry is be- coming one of the most important in eiations-Hindoo Follows. American Ways% N.J. (Special to tbe KBW Michel, B C, Tan 32 Hij rioo was fined liravih- for being, drunt and disorderlv, b} Frank J F., 'on Friday. P. Shaniz, of the Griffin Co Ed- monton, .was hece Saturday, at- t 41 Meat Market Essex. i i London, J.n.- and resentment iave been aroused in Stanley Fernie, on business Friday. Karry Day was a visitor or Femit on Sunday. No. 5 mine has closed dowa, to the hcavj influx of ivater, miners will be idle tor about a t excitement [with Rhodesia .but living in England j A son arrived at, tne home of. Mr. AGITATION AGAINST GOVERNOR GLADSTONE cra'orit nscriing oi ihc op-.South Afncs, according to despatch- j declare that as there are barely and Mrs. Hickman, in the early hours morning.- commit ice tascs es> on ac of the new governor, vs.niui, rharer anil mr cianiuccs to proui-ny i 7 c. [and Frederick- al tne Bdlrvuc Hotrl on Saiurriay ;i i10ie jn One of his heels about rigiit. the fust hu- was] Flaherty was fm. up for trial andjbic; as a twenty-five cent piece. The fmnl Jld.iiO nmi costs, ant! for ihriHornJck was second ho had Io pay a line of (showed ami 50.fin damaged. i Flaherty At the courr iJfjLi: Mikr Gilriay, anri fohu Ituchky, ail of Bolk-vuc. fined in sums rangin.c; fron-. S5.ftO and costs to and costs, for bring drunk and disorrfcrlv on .Saturdav hbck nnd blue marks and bfe feet ancT Las' ovosinjr I', M. O'Brirn. M.P. Gladstone, commuting in bad condition. There was a'njeeUng in Min- death sentence passed on a native for Hal! here. His subjrct ;iiul a audience listened was dismissed. The Crown join.-r Imy. told n story of abuse anrnliujy lo his presentation of ih? that Clarksort was whipped Kidner but in court, ho ras., r ,d -h spoak_ i i u to'nl a different storv. Ho admitted i T y wheu he abould aave been _ than wp have heard him U CarapbHl, j in His hnd fro7cn anil hrokcn niit in running sores. He lick that he bad been untruthful and rie- all the whipping hr got. s therefore dismissed. Horn-'' i criminal" assault on a white v.-oman. meetings cf protest have been held at which Governor Glad- stone's intcrferance has hotiy been denounced. Prominsnt men connected BALLOTS DISAPPEAR 5N MIDLAND, ONT. Karric. Ont.; Jan. :M.--oii J.innnry J'rtgc win investIgnte the .Midland mayoralty contest, A re heici Saturday on the appliea-l Tion ot J. Crnlg, who was defeated1 r.y Uigby Horrel by three votes, div rioseci the fact that three ballots mark- ed tor Horreil in one poll had dia- appeared, wlnlne o-.u his Sfion win be mafic ro trace the miVs- tng billots. TO ENFORCE THE CITYBY-LAW Summonses issued against Chinese Thev Must Move court this morning five pro- THREATENED LIVES OF BANK OFFICIALS i.onncn. Jan. Kobert Buchlor, prietors oi Chinese laundries, charg- ing them with niaintAlnin within portion of ciiv is nnrtii of the south side ot tlth and existing latmiiries until Dec. 31 si last, to move. city council recently refused to compromise with the Chinamer. .affect- oil. on the maUcv. j Tin- Chinamen summoned are Sam i I, filS Knuud si reel E; Jim Slim, j Rcrtpatli Long Lee. 12B1. Red-i path'; Chon.c, CraMs St.. i Mah Qtiontt. I2SO Ford street. I LLOYD-GEORGE COMING TO CANADA Europeans in Rhodesia to na-i i T tJves it is absolutely he I.O.O.F. had their officen; on'Fdday night that capital punishment in such cases followed should be executed to avoid lynching, j crowd attended, and n pleasant evening was spent. Governor Gladstone's appointment as Root. Strachan gave an governor of United South Africa the use of the -Draeger. not popular and it is probable that a j apparatus, at the ambulance.. meeting iheld in the Michel hall, on Suniiiy strong agitation will be raised against! him. j night. EXPLOSION IN LAUNDRY Khuaaeipiiia. Jan. em -H P'oycc IB known to be dead. Severn I v1! injured nml -J5U girls were thrown Montreal. Jen. Kd- a panic- by a boiler explosion ward BO-CC Jones. M. K for a laundrr here today. The omplnve-. Mor.tgorncrvshlre. waies. nere .f. killed was a Hy the will of thr Major Will- iamson, of Quebrc. the! Proiostant hospiial oe I'lil nuum i to Calgary, stated that will shortly- he invstcjd the U'elshraon of America to visit this conrJn- CP.T. He sa'd he fully Crt Thf to accept, tne ir.vltr.tion to traro! :n The I ntici.1 Stales and TWELVE MARINES INJURED 3Y A MINE EXPLOSION Jan. i minors were rmmed :r. an orplf-'.ir v'ff ir, rcnnsyivan'.r. Coal Co at ti-> -rj to the scens. Six are repcrted f i ally nurf. Chris. Maurer's new rwidence now completed'in New llTAlirtl i The Saw mills vere WUMtll owing lo the bursting 61 a Vatv, AC wsrrnrpprc1 AS WAIiRESSES Important Legislation is to be Sought in Manitoba ert to secnre funds of the' Courtl.uid strcrt. of England Monday hy threat- 1 to an asylum as hopelessly in unler tbe order or rhe maeis- M'lrhTrr rtrrived here from t. nitofi States on .Ian. IK. sane, side of .Smith strcei. and Road. tn of Ruildir.j: Bylaw Xo. bylaw prohihnin passed (-ijv ;Ta wns on Mav Confesf Prizes to be Awarded To-Night .The counting of the votes in The Herald's great subscription contest will take place tonight at the Herald office, commencing at S o'clock. Tha real work of counting may not fcegin much before 9 o'clock, as it will probably take an hour or so to verify the subscription lists and issue the certificates for the re- ports sent in by the outside district candidates. Tomorrow's Herald will contain a full report of the close and the names of the successful candidates. CHURCH QUARREL IN I AUSTRIA SETTLED AT LAST Vienna, Jan. nomination of z boy, Alexander savoia, as papal nunico In thin city in SMceeiaiba to Mgr. Granite Ui Bel- tnonte Ulgnatello, rssigned a snort time ago, ends an of long standing. A qusrrel bstwooa Haron Von AerenthaJ, Austrian min- ister of foreign affairs, and DI Winnipeg. -Tan. Winnipeg! Hlgiiatelli became so luusiriai tOOay rtPCtdcd to luaL a was Bt-cuasary io replace ih latter as nuncio. etiquette re- quired that tne retiring nunico made a Cardinal bur prcraotJon under tne circumstances wouifi have implied ptrai ceasure of Baron Von AerentiaJ. lias caused delay in nammg: ply for legislation prohibiting the em- ploymcnt or girls or women as wait- j losses, in restaurants or hotels. A move will be also made by tbo sasjo body to secure government inspection of the condition in camps where large gangs of men are ctrploycd. The em- ployment agcncie? arr also tn receive considerable attention on