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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiie Letlibriflge Pally 1 l-T. rf H l -umber at Keasona rices PIONBER Main Yard, Round Street, Phone 763 R YMRDS North Yard, Westminster Road, Phone 1063 j at lietnbndige" Milk River Claresholm Nantbn Granum Carmangay Barons Kipp Jet. THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC------ MAD OFFICE. TORONTO WALKER, Prciident ALIXUTDER LAIED, Minajer ESTABLISHED Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES V DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS in all parts of Canada and in foreign FOREIGN BUSINESS. Chequea and drafts on the United Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold. Lethbridge Branch C .G. K. Nourse, Mgr PICTURES BARRED FROM ONTARIO Fight Pictures Can't Be Gib- Total Assets pet 30, ISO! Over Every Service A Bank Can Render to a Fanner, a'Merchant, a Business Man, Firm or Corporation, a; School Board or a Municipality, we are prepared to render you. t Notes or other Negotiable Paper discounted or taken xor collection. Money transmitted by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph or Cable Transfer. Foreign Exchange bought and sold. Travellers' Letters of Credit issued .Highest current rate of Interest paid on Savines deposlts. or upward starts an account. I Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sti I G. R. TINNING [Sub-Office N. Ward Manager. Branch-A. H. Roach, Acting Manager grassy W. Bafllie. Manager. Toronto, July ,7.-The Jeffries-' ion fight pictures and all other pug- listic pictures are barred from the province. An order-in-council was >assed by the Ontario cabinet yester day afternoon, amending-the police egulations to prevent them. Copies the new regulation .-will be sent to the heads of the various .police forces in the province, as well as to the owners "of moving picture shows.; The penalty for the breach' regula- tions is.a fine of and additional fine of for each subsequent day Pictures are shown. In default of j payment, the sentence to jail'is three months. Can Show in. Vancouver Vancouver, B. C., 7.-Mayor Taylor, of Vancouver, announced to- his willingness to allow'the pic- j tures of the Johnson-Jeffries fight, provided minors were not admitted, i He issued at the same time a vigor- ous attack on Rev. Dr. Spencer, pre- sident of the Local Option league and of Moral Reformers generally, for his alleged impertinence and bad taste in attempting to dictate, as the j mayor said, to himself what he j should do in the matter. Mayor Lee, of New Westminster, said ie would not only allow the pic- tures but would be an enthusiastic I spectator. J Cardinal Opposed Baltimore, Md., July Crothers to-night announced he would not permit the showing oj the John- son-Jeffries fight pictures in Mary- land. Cardinal Gibbons to-day declared-i his opposition to the exhibition of the Johnson-Jeffries fight pictures in Baltimore or elsewhere, saying "It would be wrong to show these horrible pictures, first because the children'have to be protected and it is the children who would be most seriously affected if such an, exhibition were allowed. The proper authori- i ties should .see to it that the young men, and young --women are given the protection that is their due. "The showing; of .the pictures would iave a bad' effect .upon-the men and and women of. the community also, and. would, r think, tend to induce attacks upon "the blacks. The resent- WATERSON'S SON WENT MAD Became Violent and Shoots Hotel Keeper Saugerties, N. July Watterson, eldest son of Henry at- terson, editor of the Louisville Cour- suffering i of the mind for revved. A pictorial reproduction in several years, became violentlv in- Baltimore of the fight might cause sane this afternoon and shot" and rioting that could not but injure the j mortally Bounded Michael J. Martin good name of the i nf wmi.wi ui tut; JjOUlS ment and ill-feeling induced by the ier-Joumai, who has been fight have passed and should not be from an affection good name of the city. The black I people, could not profit by seeing the of the Market street hotel.' The shooting was done in the cafe pictures and I am sure the whites not." Will Fight in the Courts KTew York, July T. 'Rock, the head of the syndicate con- trolling the .fight pictures, asserts that he will fight the opposition in, _____ the courts. said nothing will be shots effect. Watterson was done to stir up race troubles. j Anally overtaken and by a policeman, and is now in the Auger I Saugerties jail, where he raves wn- stantly. it has 'been impossible for the police to set a coherent state- ment from him. Young Watterson had not -been- in town for several months. He owns of the hotel. Watterson ran up the street, waving his -pistol wildly in the air and firifig at every one who cross- ed his path. He wag pursued hy friends of Mar- tin, several of .whom had guns, which tfcey at Watterson. none' of the shots taking effect. Watterson was talk to Martin, for ne around for some minutes while Martin con- versed with a guest Watterson, 'becoming tired of waiting, wander- ed into- He walked up to the bar and frightened the -wits out of the bartender, whose back was turned, -by shouting: "I'm going to kill you." Looked Into-Revolver. The bartender-turned around and .looked into the barrel of a. revolver. The next moment he dropped Behind .the -bar out of sight, and Watterson might have gone around after him had not the proprietor of the -hotel appeared at the door. When Mr. saw the revolver, he said calm ly: "Watterson, you put that gun in- to your pocket, or I'll throw you out of this hotel." Martin was not more than five feet away, and was approaching Watter- son., The latter'had a wild look'in his eyes raised his gun and fired.; Martin raised his left arm to ward off the ibullet and the lead struck him just the elbow, j shattering, the bone.; Then, he fired' ,two more.'bullets which, -entered Mar- 'tin's side. Martin fell to-the floor, and Watterson rubied wildly out of the rear'entrance of the hotel. A >crowd. of hotel hangers-on follow- ed, and Watterson turned on them and; held them at .bay. Watterson saw several carpenters at work .on a building adjoining the- hotel., and yard and sought freld the crowd-'at Lteen minutes. Policeman' Kistner joined the crowCJust; tersoa tried to put up a fight for was easily subdued. The crowd then set" "Lynch him" and becaine si that; JKistner sent'for Several kept. the crowd" off could :be The ,'autho'rities here young Watterson is sane. Attempts'-: have :been .futile.. Fc mumbled ally'refused to It is said eased from a' private. York. _'. _-v Mr. '-Martin.-is- .in dition. Four doctors They .have 'probed for the: his side, have little his "._______' e. T. P. HAVEN'T MADE UP THEI3 Winnipeg. July J. T. P. has not yet made UD its mind as to course it will adoptMn connec- tion with the award of ths Board of Conciliation in the, matter of the tel- egraphers. General .Manager berlain says that" he has nor yet re ceived'-the award, and he is pre- pared to intimate what will done with it when it does, come. a farm about five miles from Saug- erties, where lie lives with his wife and three children. Martin was sur- prised when Watterson walked into the .corridor of the hotel late this afternoon- Mr. Watterson evidently wanted to {without taking aim, he fired "two (shots at them, missing them by a J hair's breadth. One: of :the carpen- ters said afterwards that he felt the breeze-from one of the -bullets. Fired at Pursuers. Pursued by the crowd, Watterson the street. Several men among his pursuers fired at the shots went wide of their mark. Watterson rushed into Joseph Pel- lanes house, and frightened Mrs. Pel- lant and her children almost into nys- terics. They ran out into the back FOREST FIRES REAPPEARING .Emo, Ont, July.-.f fires are reappearing' in north.- of the town.. A feTL this evening, -but "it" was :not sufficieot to check fires materially and should, the -wind rise from the north or west, a hot.time is anticipated nere. GOES TO B. C. CHURCH. (Great Falls; Tribune.) The Rev., J. s. Binimick, formerly pastor of the M. E. church at ton, hasj 'been the guest.'foi- the past few days of the Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Martin, while en route, to Fernie, B. C., where he. will ..assume-charge of a church. Diinmick has lived in Montana for some time, hut is leav- ing because Ms ihealtb, is poor, and he hopes to find renewed, ihealth in the He. leaves for Columbia, -to-day. Special Car Leaves Lethbridge For Redclitf Midnight Saturday July 9th. Return 4 a.m. Monday. Take in the trip if you can RedcliffHas 1 Gas, Coal, Lime, Bricks, Grain. Pure Water Telephone, Telegraph, Bank, Eedcliff will have at least two additional fac- tories, increasing the number of employees to 500. G-raded Streets and a Sewer System. Redcliff Wants Additional factories to supply the endless num- ber ol every day necessities demanded by this great virgin field. J A high class hotel man. Stores and every description. Hardware, Farm Implements Livery, Hats and Clothing, Millinery, Barbers-, Doctors, Lawyers, Newspaper and Everything needed in a city which will number 2500 inhabi- tants before some of the sleepy ones loWwe're on earth. Are YOU awake to this opportunity? One-half block of ground will be occupied by the Ecdcliff Mill Grain Company, which wiU erect one of the This is being Room 8, Macdonald Block ents Lethbridge, Alberta ;