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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald IV. Lctlibridge. Alta.. Satiinlay. June 10. 1011. dumber ASSOCIATED OF JUDGE SCORED JURY Delegates from Four Prov- inces Assemble in Leth- bridge Next Week London. June "Unwritten Law" was recognized in a Canadian court for the first time today when a jury acquitted Heslop of assault ing and wounding -James K. Fowler, with intent to do great bodily, harm. Keslop suspected that his wife and GO ON SOUTH TRIP Second "Get Acquainted" Excursion on Tuesday Next The second Board of Trade "Get trip will take place !on Tuesday next, June 13. On Monday j Kowler were unduly intimate. He !a pathfinding auto-.will go over the' found the woman and Fowler togeth- !road with a gang of men equipped er in Fowler's butcher shop in 8hoVels to fix up ali the bad rucs land holes and putting the road in good London on Christmas' kve. Heslop ;snape. The ,Unerary wm be as fol. arrive at Raymond 10.45, leave Raymond at Club and Society Man of San Francisco May Die May Be Crazy Local Board Will Give the Visitors Time of Their Lives Dieting serious gashes on the arms in.15, arrive at Warner atTfoMunch" Attorney McEvoy lor lies- leave Warner at -2.30. arrive New isiext.. Wednesday aud .Thursday i jop. appealed to the "Unwritten broke into the shop and attacked !Iows. LfiaVe LeUlbridge at 9.15j Fowler with two. butcher knives, Raraoud WA5 leav Ram will entertain the dele- Boards of Trade affiliated with the Associated .Hoards of Trade of Western Canada. It is not known yet how many will hi attendance but Secretary- Man- faring of-the-local" Board'of Trade is h ding kept busy reserving rooms for delegates who have wired asking him j carrjao.e' Ol- do so. Representatives of Boards DayWn at 3.30. leave New Dayton at Discharged From Service Because of Peculiar MAKES REPLY TOFIPING'S LETTER Lord Selborne Did Not Intend to Reflect on Liberal Party London, June Selborne GRANDSTAND WEST FORMS A SEPARATE COUNCIL LET ing of the building committee of the i Agricultural .Society and the city j council met for the purpose of award-j ing the tenders fot the purpose ,x of! awarding the tenders for the grand; stand at the fair grounds. That of j replying to lion, S. Fielding's let Kmith 8ros- Wilson, was found to j I Breaks Away From "Big Six" Drummers Or- ganization ter, says that Mr. Fielding misappre- i be the lowest and the contract was 4.15, arrive at F. Sick's farm. Wells' jick Kohl, millionaire and prominent biding at leave Wells' Siding at 5.15, arrive Stirling- 5.30, leave Stir- ling 5.50, arriving home about seven Law1', saying that a "home wrecker deserves no consideration at the hands'of H court of law." The jury disagreed and .sent back by 'Judge Elliott, for deliberation. Af- ter some hours they returned a ver- dict of not guilty. The jurymen were severely censured by .Judge Elliott, who terms the verdict a "Grave mis- once. The charge will be Those who wish, to take in this New Officers First Convention to be Held at Regina in 1912 Fargo, June old. jurisdio as a club and society man. was shot States. The .purpose of my speech j plumbinjc, kitchens and other convent- tion of lTnitefI Commercial Travel- mortally wounded today was, to draw attention to the effect j ences under the stand. The corit-rac-! Committee composed of Minne- by Adale Verge; a French maid, until! of the proposed4 agreement upon Brit-j tors will proceed to get the material i sota, both Dakotas and Manitoba, recently in employ. The [ish trade- interests -anfis the general; on the ground immediately and work Alberta and Saskatchewan over the Ishooting took'place inthe entrance of Imperial'.situation. .1 submit that it; on the actual will., be: Acti ons San Francisco, June Freder- i accordingly given to them at bends the speech wmch he criticized. Thls araomit is slighll, in excess I have made no reflections upon j the amount appropriated for this! the policy or conduct of the party in j purpose, as the exhibition executive! power in Canada or upon Canadian; had, thought that the work could be j statesmen. ljuleed, I particularly j done for They figured that a; insisted that Canadians alone must' grand stand would cost approximate- j shape their own national destiny and'! ly a seat. However, the contract! were quite'free to make the reciproc-j as let is very satisfactory as it ity agreement the United' eludes all the work of installing the splendid trip should notify the secre- jtue corridor of "the Grant building, in is not expedient to depreciate a dis-j started next week. The stand .will tary of. the Board of Trade, phone. L-h'ich the superior courts are housed, i cusston'on measures v.-hich aft'ect the have a concrete foundation. v. .in. Bntist ;be present. and Alberta t, T ijusr.ice had riot been served br All the meetings will be held in St. The form of enter- lictliuual- .justice..'; lie deplored j for each passenger, the money to be j the establishment of such a precedent Ipaid to the driver of the automobile in .discharging "Heslop stated Jin which he rides. i plainly that to his .mind the ends of.' An auto auxiliary will accompany the ,'tne' party carrying a full supply of had gone as a wit-i Empire as a whole or which must re- Hall. to -be given- by the local has not yet been definitely cle1 t'-rsnined but there is a probability tiiat the entertainment committee will arrange for a banquet on Thurs- day evening. Subjects to be Discussed The secretary, John T. Hall, of I who -ha? recently :beeu i- i publicity and industrial com- Celebrated luiosioner. for this city has receivedx cppies of resolutions "from various boards to'be discussed at the coii'V'e'utlon. Some' of these deal with: I'.'rejfrht rates in southern Manitoba: application for ..railway reciprocal demurrage! reduc- tion In coal leases: DR. MACKID IS PRESIDENT Hatchet" in Temperance IS Kan.v 'Jan. j gasoline, tires, oil, etc., and will be injgedy'was the outgrowth of an iiici- jcharge of experts who will be prepar- dent at the Riverside, where led for any emergency that may ar-plies Verge quarreled with a chauf- Jrive.. feur. The maid ,was dismissed from __________._______ .Mi-s._ Kohl's...service'and'arrested at. "instance of Richardson, housekeeper for the hotel, on a charge imprisoned the came to San Francisco-and" after a few weeks hece'ifiled suit-against. Kohi and Miller for malicib.us persecution, alleging-in her complaint--that they had driven her from, several positions, by hound- ing her with private detectives who told bear'employers that -she was in- a suit recently brought -by act upon-''in'met'Li! interests because against him and Frank A. Miller, a hotel manager of Riverside, i'or damages for malicious per- secution. Tlie. suit which led to today's tra- CARRIE NATION'S I IFF JS liVFR Montreal, June Mackid, of oi- insanity. After being Llll lJ 1U V t LiU Calgary, was elected president of days she. was discharged by commission. She came in ternational boundary line is only-a i mere remnant of what it; was when j the convention met yesterday .morning SUICIDED IN BOW RIVER :j Instead of six big organizations, If is they in the first instance must con-! June unknown wo-1 onj.v one-third its former size with cern one portion of the empire.'1 jman was seen yesterday to wade out.! Minnesota and North Dakota clinging Lord proce'eded Bow River and plunge into together in close relationship. Three with MrC Field-ing's statement that The Sliviftest; Parc of the river. Her provinces of the Canadian northwest j Canadian Medical Association in the place of Dr. Anderson, who was taken of suddenly.and seriously 1U just after i his election. A N7GHT CLERK FOR FORTY-FIVE YEARS Toronto, June Connors! for 45 years night eterk at rie" Nation, who- for- many years has jsTn House, now the Prince George, known as the Kansas saloon j and widely known to the travelling ing clay; level crossings; labor' d'is- and whose fame can'ie from public, died yesterday. He had 'se'rv-' Jiutes: second class mail; power to j ucr famous hatchet'with which.. led under four successive managers of expropriate Indian reservations; rain- i smashed mirrors and bottles in sa- the hotel. isier of railway's approval of route: j loons in different parts of- the coun-_______________.' v misrepresentation of territory: trunk j try, died here tonight. Mrs. Nation's j from Lake Superior to Manitoba i crusade was started against.the ilii- j fjo-.indary: enforcement of legislation cit saloons "in Kansas- which is -a j against noxious weeds: assisted im-i'prohibition state, protest; migration: construction of highways: against the inactivity of the authori-i tcnvnsite plans; land titles act: devel-' ties, who were allowing the opiaent of natural resources: freight exist. Her life was saddened bv the rates on.coal; traffic.'facilities on rail- nijned career or her first husband ;wny bridges: utilities commission: through drink and she vowed .yenae- good roads: immigration: approval of j ance on trafRc. in appearance Mrs..Na .tariffs railway commission- wag a uieti Illotherly Old :hulv, fi-s: Hudson's Bay railway: public in- Vcstigation re telegraph tolls. Besidfis these questions others of! vital importance to the .people of! who looked quaint with her black shawl and little bonnet. probably the best known ivoinah in the lrniied States, was feared .by t'he liijuor interests and admired hy the temperance .advocates, although tley (Western Canada will be introduced and discussed, The Officers This ,will eighth annual ecu-1 did not approvc of her Tention, year's heing held at Brandon.. The .officers of the orfan- are: President, E. Saund- ers of Calgary, formerly of Moose J-nv: First Vice President. Oeor- gesou, Calgary: Second Vice Presi- ripnt, Tshbister. Third Vice President, C. G. K. Notirse. Leth- Vice President, E. D. Winnipeg: Secretary-t.reasiir- ipr. John T. Hall, Lethbridse. formerly, of Brandon j The Let h bridge delegates to the i NO TRACE OF BURGLARS YET Police Working Out All Glues-Cases in Court Although the police have been busy'''during the last two days getting a line on all the undesirables in :the city they have been unable to locate anyone on whom to place the burg- -jlary charges of Thursday nig'ht. They have a clue on which arc work- ins: at present wL-icli they think will .lead to the recovery of the stolen SToodsi and possibly to the thieves tnemselves. A close tab is being kept ion all suspicious looking- vags and wiJlhe dealt v.-jth expediently in who being held here !orcier to rid lhe dty of pending extradition to th charge of obtaining money under false pretenses at Great inti- .-MilTer Forced to Face Trial Yesterday the suit was called, and mctiou on of Kohl for a non-suit was granted. Superior Judge Gesford, who tried the, ordered that the charge of .illegal arrest preferred against Miller should be heard, and it a witness in this case, that RohLwas w-esenr in court. Miller testified on his own behalf that ,he had ordered Mrs. Richardson to an insanity complaint against Miss Verge on account of complaints from the-'guests '.of. ..the' Hotel'.that she had given indications of an 'unsound rnind. The jury in the case disagreed after being out three ho.urs. Fielding' under the agreement 95 per cent, oi the British trade with Canada'would be untouched 'and he observes that Mr. Fielding makes no-comment on the complicated issues arising from the most favored nations' treaties. "I cannot admit." continues Lord Selborne; "that Mr. Fieldin'g's in- stances as to previous treaties inval- idate contention and I would re- mind him .01 the action the Cana- dian government which in IS90 mov- ed the British administration" to with hold its assent from the bond .of the the United .States.and .New'' Zealand 'on 'the ground that it .discriminate against Canada. There is nothing in this, policy o[ Canada'. or the other dominions incompatible with the sug- gestion I made :for united action." body has not been recovered. COX MAY START A LARGE NEW BANK TOTAL FATALITIES ARE NOT KNOWN Meagre Official Repor About the Earthqualce 1 n Mexico lack of t ness with which the -Because lages moutmng districts make, ports .TO :months; secured new jurisdiction and South, Dakota infection by a separ- ate 'jurisdiction '-for, itself. The busi- ness of the i) resent grand council was continued this afternoon, and it was rather memorable in being the last of "Big There were touch- ing scenes, over the dissolution of the organizations. The old 'jurisdic- tion will present the new Canadian districts with a hundred dollar Am- erican fiag. The Canadians will give the; South Dakota jurisdiction a hlguKnion '-Jack. The! oUicers of the- new grand coun- cil. Alberta, elected as toUovs Chft Calgarv; Grand Junior Counsellor, lTinni Grand IS WILLING TO GO BACK States on !come-Presence. In tlie police jJohn Purcell again A i el, 'i.-P. Murphy, feaskalooa Grand loO, It is quite poss.ble i n w Laic may be augmented some, Hxecillhe Committee, p.-P. the government officials uor. local officials believe it will pass the 350 mark, notwithstanding early rumors which placed the at more than Special ''despatches re- Montreal, June 10. the effect rhat the. Cox interests I would in the near future promote a Agren, Winnipeg V. W. Liby, tCal- gary S. D. Paulin, Brandon T. H. Grindley. Grand Auditing Committee. A. PI. McKeown, Leth- bridge; S. Savage, Calgary, and E. ceived here indicate the greatest loss M; Saskatoon R ina was nam, Of life was near the west "coast in ed ag th6: to the 1913 the states of Cohma and Julisco, .al- meeting Canadian district the no deaths arc reported from dales being June 14th and 15th. tlie capital ot the lat- tcr state. According to. the latest re- nQt than five PROMINENT MEN ARRESTED or six n the -capitol of Col- New York, June fl.-Thomas M. new ;bank with large resources, 'has j inia. Tnriaia and 'Sahandres, 'small JLatimer, a Pitrsburg banker, was ar- revived discussion over the future of! towns near Colirna, were .almost de-j rested this afternoon at the WaldoV-f: 'banks, :and it is gener- strbycd according to -reports. ninguam. Taylor, Conybeare and nlll members of the Board of the 'authorities here that he i0 ,o vagrancy.. Tnis specimen Cnn- oi the hobo species has just finished the calibre, d derringer of ally admitted here that something- must be done before long. A leading banker stated that, the-circulation of the banks in the Do- minion has limit, with three remedies .ahead. First, the cir- culation of a large quantity of Do- minion notes over the counter, the distribution of gold. the. founding of g lo go back and giv.e himself up without'waiting till the ja five days> in celebration of his (time allowed him here' is expired. Iiiberation from a lllirt-v sojourn .rhis fact was communicated to the -e exnecied to consider of the ,ini.ttee'find do their best especially those who have autos, to give.'the itors a ?'ood lime and a good Impres- sion of the cii.v. y {Falls but as Judge Winter is out of !the .city till Tuesday, the accused man have to be held to allow the nec- in tbe m tne He pleaded fblfeign make, fhe shock from heavy bullet was great and the loss of blood profuse. (Continued ou back quentjy to -be alloyed a second chance to reform himself but the magistrate tnouglit the cells -would be the rest, i piace for making resolutions so he j esaary papers to -be signed. TWO WHITES KILL WILL INVESTIGATE. J The cafe of Milford Ford Cotton. charged with uttering five forced cneti'iies, came tip for hearing- yester- day before Judge Winter in thft trici Court. Ford's story seemed to j implicate several other men by names of Cole, Perce and McGirvin, tiie same names as were used on (be- of the ciiequep. The court cordingly remanded him t'o allow ihej -Mounted Police authorities to Uicso charges. It is thought.! however, that the men Ford alluded i lo are nothing but myths, created by own purpose 4 Hammond. 'La., June 1.0.i- Kighr. -negroes were killed at, Labranch last .night when they -attacked Foreman Bout- wen of an Illinois Central bridge force and '-Conductor Green Story fhe work train. The negroes consjrired to kill Boutwell .and when the attack was made upon him the foreman shot three blacks dead. Conductor gtory it is said came and to- gether they killed five more conspirators. jwas sent back io do ten days labor, and advised to seek other quar- ters when free once more. W.'' G. Kearney, who claims that he is a rail- road "man, appeared on two charges, drunk and begging without a license. He too told a tale of woe that w-juld move the heart of the sphinx but the cadi swallow it in suchlaige noses so Kearney will make the bar- racks bis'.headquarters for the next, fifteen days. The magistrate evi'iont- I !y figures that there is no reason for j.iny able bodied man soldiering on jtne public these days when there is a great ''demand for labor, and any appearing before him receive short shift. CAWTHRA MULOCK BUYS BAKERIES a number of STv banks, or the increas- ing of capital of. the existing banks. Difficulties present themselves at ionce in most of these alternatives. In the t'irsr. place the people are not ac- 'customed to the general, use of gold. (as is the case in Great Britain, while BASSANO AFTER CFVR. Hassaiio, June 9. The- town. Has- sano has wired Sir Thomas Shaugh- {Astoria Hotel. At the same time 'the police placed under arrest John (.Phillips, an .appraiser of Richmond, i England; and Henry ?v. Derridder, iaged a student of London, Eng. The arrests were made on a telegram from the superintendent of police of j Pitts burg... They are alleged to hare swindled A. H. Stolzenbach of Pitts. ourg out of in a coal deal. and Whyte the C.P.R., offering a free site of" FALSE ALARM FIEND Winnipeg, June false alarms half-section of land, exemption uom !were sent in to tke department taxation for twenty-five years this morning from practically other reasonable concessions' if --the jtne same boxes that niae alarms were company will locate isent in' ,if ,h hanl. f. .4 if the banks increase their cap.tal, there. Thev ask for time and place jnlcn.jeu. of ri.a, NO FIGHT TOOK PLACE j Madrid. June official denial j was? issued tonight, of the despatch j to Paris Temps saying a clash had I occurred between Spanish troops and tribesmen at Soul, Arabia Dekert. lip such fight baa June com- pany with a capital'of five million dollars has been formed to erect modern bak- eries in Mom real and peg and to purchase the Bre- aiid Tom Iin bak- eries, the three largest in Toronto. Cawihra Mulock is 'behind the cont-ern, M. Bredin of Toronto will general inamtger. Both dis- claim any intention of a nreari. merger or combine. The object is believed to be partly the securing of-a steady market for the Maple Leaf milling output in which Mr. iMulock is largely inter- ested. The negotiations in Winnipeg were concluded several months ago. large. The alternative of banks is no doubt what will take I place, at? it is conceded in the Can-j ladian business world that the legiti-! [mate trade of the country has increas- j jed in a far greater'ratio than the 'sources which the present banks have j placed at the disposition of the busi- jness community. j This, therefore, encourages the he-1 that Ron. Geo. A. .Cox; l'Unrulier of the Dominion Steel Cor-! poration, E. R. Wood and their power-! I fill allies and associate financial cor-1 jporations, will in the near future! j start a bank with a capital of at least Tt is stated here every j< 'day of the week that, although the I international has the .promise of an-i. joiber ten millions whenever it is jfiuired, there is still room for aholher i< ;big English :bank. either in Montreal r )or Toronto, and if Senator Cox and 'bis friends .do not step into the breach jsome other group will do so sooner -'or ij cslatp offer io selling building iots to founding i at S50 each.______ some two weeks if-.'tiief BucbajHan states that he is in possession of direct evidence of gitilty party and an arrest is expected ROUTED G.T.P. FROM BARONS BIS STEAMSHIP MERGER IN U.S. Tiie Grand Trunk Pacific intends to connect with the C. P. R. tracks west of the. big .bridge and just east of the point the Macleod trail crosses the railroad, at least that is what the survey stakes show. 9 These stakes run through Barons and two of Noble and through the north- east corner of the. south east quarter of Section 1.7. town- ship 10. range 22, anrl theu pass throiigli the Collieries to the C. P. R. Cleveland, June of the j largest steamship mergers in the his- itorj' of Great Lake navigation was jcarried out here today when five cora- jpanies joined a combination, which I will be known as the Great Lakes iST.eamship Co. The concerns mvolv- ,jed are the S, Transportation Co., C. Smith Transportation Co., Wil- 'xinson Transportation Co., Standard ransponation Co.. and American 'i ransporf.ar.ion Co. The cev.- concern [will hare pair! in capital of bond of bearinjf at 6 per payable serial- in amount of tloO.OOO annually dur- the next ten years, Aboyt "ft! ;