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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, JUNE II, IM9. NO. 153. CAUSE OF THE PRISONER'S DEATH Enquired Into By Cor- oner's Jury At the Barracks CAPITAL WILL COME TO US Coroner -I- Higmbotham held an inquest yesterday ni'ternooh at two o'clock at the Barracks into the cause of doa'.h of -Leon Lowenthal. who died at the isolation hospital oi the barracks at a. m. yesterday. The follow- ing jury was sworn-in A- Easton. C. J. Kckstonn and V. H- Kitrick, ami the .three prisoners, T. .McNeil, Sidney Newel and George After being sworn thov the body and thuft proceeded to take evidence. Dr. Kennedy, wno is assistant sur- eon for the R.N. 1'.. had been asked, by the police to attend the de- ceased'several times and was present yesterday from a.m. till 3.30, when the. deceased expired. He had treated him for erysipelas. The cause of death was toxi poisoning, due to the erysipelas. Frederick 1-lumly, sergeant R.N'AV. Al.l'., who is in charge of the guard rroom, had known the-deceased since May 13. when he admitted him on a warrant- of committment. Me had been committed for receiving stolen property from some boys who had been thieving from the C.l'.tt. at Medicine Hat. Deceased had appeal- ed, but the appeal was dismissed but sentence was reduced to one month. Two or three days after he arrived here he complained of being was attended by Dr.- Mewburn, who prescribed medicine for him. A few days later he reported himself well again and was sent to the guard room to work with the other prison- ers.' but he returned the same after- noon ami was brought back by the escort. The deceased said he was so weak he could hardly stand up. Dr. Mewburn or Dr. Kennedy attended him 'daily from May 19 till the time of his death. On the orders of Dr. j Mewburn the deceased had-been iso- lated and given milk diet in addi- London, June the Commons Mr. Bui four attacking Jhe budj; sjiid there were two great por- tions if th" empire where there was no ieur of income tax, Canada and Hig'h .auahsed fur three days and nights. A bag containing his valuables was found in the bushes. It is believed lie was trying to commit suicide while temporarily insane. All grades of refined sugar were reduced ten cents a hundred, pounds at New York today. TRAIN BLOWN FROM THE RAILS Cloudburst Lifts Train From the Track In Kansas Fort Worth. Tex.. June her-.- early by despuich- ers office of the Texris and Pa- cific Railway, cloudbursts oc- curred in sections west oi' Worth last nidit, killing at least one person, and injuring a scon> of others. It is report- ed that a passenger train on the Kansas City, Mexico and Orient was blown from the rails near Knox. City. All wires down. The man killed is an express messenger named Woodruff. It is claimed that all the rest of the passengers on the train were more or less injured. tbt-y were b.'th as bad as one another. Then sitting at the council table of the nation was Sir Fred. Borden whose name was a synonym for lust. A murmur which may have been of approval or disapproval ran round the room. Ur. Pringle waited until it bad subsided and then said "It is ture, let him bring an action against me i: lie dares." A (i'lnmitu-e was appointed tM pre- j pare a suitable c.n p J which, was presented and adopted. i In the aftcni-on. the assembly j sidercd the reports of the hynrrml I committee, the widow orphans' i fund, eastern and western section.-. and tin1 church of Scotland branch I and the ihiar.eusl in all i cait-.B and a most satisfactory state -.if i jaU'Mrs was luund to be existence and the reports were ad-pi'-d. The committee appointed to off-T Rev. W j Rochester the nosition of h-me mis-' sirin.s superintendent for Alberta re-i i ported that he had declined it on j account "i" ihe silary b-.-itSg j smaller than that oi the he i j i i now held. THREE KILLED IN A TRAIN WRECK FIRE CLEANS UP THE COUNTRY Great Northern Ex- press and Local Col- lide In B.C. Tisdale, Sask., Jurie a strong wind blowing from the south- east a prairie fire started north of here and considerable damage was done, the Carrott River Lumber C'-ni- pauy losing its mil! and feet of lumber while Perkins, Jon- es. LI-yd and Mill.r are r.-ported -te. j have lost building's. the loss-j es ;nv rejrrettablr a lirgc tract ufj country n-... L..-..-U cleared u.o. mop; j of which will be open ior h-'iiKStead- purposes. NEW MEN FOR VARSITY STAFF Senate Of Alberta Uni- versity Met In Calgary BAPTISTS TALK OF CHURCH UNION Of AH ihe Baptist Associat- ions In the Dominion B. C.. Juiu- 10.- ,A head en collision this after- r.O'.'p. '.'ccurrecl exiv.-ess from Seattle the Grout N'.Ttl'.ern un 6.30 and 'the evening session from 8' o'clock- i til! an early hour this morning. A great deal of important work was ac- complished and the work of the fu- ture outlined. Mr. W. A. R. -M.A., was appointed to the chair of modern languages, made vacant by the res- New York, Jmie 1 World religions soon wiil take the place of present Christian denomin- ations, was predicted yesterday by i George Burman Foster, of the j j l' T- 1 ignatiou of Proi. Alexander. University of Chicago, whose resigna- j fr jc i lion th? Baptist ministry is de-'j Mr. Kerr is a native of Toronto and 2v. Johnston (Myers and graduate of both the Toronto and Harvard universities. For the past PRESBYTERIAN DIVINE MAKES MANY CHARGES i other members of the Chicago Bap- tist ministers' c-mference. Professor Foster declared that the present ques- tion of religious freedom points- t" a union of all the Protestant church- es with the Catholic against the free thinkers. Rev. John Pringle, In General Assembly, At Hamilton, Deals With Corruption and Immorality In Public Life tion to his other rations. Fresh oinxment and cotton were applied to his body daily. An Indian prisoner named Tanner had been detailed specially to wait on the sick man. Tanner had ery- sipelas, some time in February and is still using the blankets which he had when he came, from the guard room. The blankets used by the de- ceased see that these orders arc carried out and j witness stated that to the 'best of his knowledge and belief they are carried out. Four prisoners, includ- ing the deceased, have had this dis- j ease since the beginning of the year. J Two of these have recovered, one j the other is reported by I the doctor as recovering. The cells and corridors are scrubbed -out every j The regulations .call for the j ,lssembly the iu Of his in "rrference to political corruptjoil) remarkod that he did not a panisan speech_. mak {Q to certciin political corruption ne under his notice: of day. "prisoners having a change of iitff and a bath once a.week in-sum-1' once a fortnight in winter i mjuu I0 exist. hl the Yukon. He: of at- special order, ordering that the dives should not be closed. Evidently the six licensed hotels in the city ha-cl a greater influence than the in or .11 reformers. He would not attempt to illustrate and prove his conten- tion that political corruption was still rampatit in Canada. Tn Nova Sco- .tia he could find a" dozen men who had taken for their or would Ponoka. June f.jr.'-iK sion of the Alberta Baptist cnr was taken up witb the discussiu.ii of.; the- question of Canadian Baptist ion. There aie in tbe Dominion oi Canada three separate unions. The maritime Provinces at the east; the central of Ontario and Quebec; and western, composed Of Manitoba, Sas- katchewan, Alberta and British Co- lumbia. The present proposal is to I unite all these into one central i sembly as the highest court for the whole Dominion. Tbe Alberta asso- ciation approved of the principle, providing satisfactory terms can be arransred and the matter can be set- tled. It was laid over, however, for fur- ther consideration. Archdeacon Gray, of Edmonton, ad- dressed the association on the ques- tion of education in the along the same line a> he addressed the synod of tbe Anglican and. Presbyterian churches and the Methodist conference. !A committee consisting of two laymen and two ministers was appointed to act in conjunction with the committees of other denominations to arrange satis- factory proposal vf be submitted to the provincial government. Rev. W. G. W. Fortune addressed the association giving an outline cf the work accomplished in the inter- ests of temperance and moral rofarm in the province of Alberta during the present year. The subject of evangelization receiv- ed thoughtful consideration through- out the meeting. While it was felt that the Baptist church is a srrent deal in the line of missionary work, the necessity of greater effort along the line of work in the home missions was emphasized. It was felt that the work was not making the progress it should in this now country. While the number bap- tisms durinir' the year.' ISO, was RUMOR THAT STRIKE MAY SOON BE ENDED Negotiations For a Settlement Being Carried On New Vice-President Leads Miner's Forces Frank, .lune Frank Taper j for the men to replace Mr. Sherman, i i The week productive of a ru- a week 01 coui velopmOTis to the coal strike sitoa- o, has broken rnor that an effort, was being made "emwrs .being effected. with J. A. McDonald, as .president, in the If it comes it'wm! of attracting probably be within a few -days. members of the present union and thus disrupt and supplant the Mine The latest development, jrom which jCorkers organization -in district IS. hope of an agreement (Mr_ }rcrjonaid .unqualifiedly denies from the intervention of H-N. Galer, having- any connection witb any such vice-president of tbe International j movement and no confirmation of the company "at Colenian, who hitherto j ;n other respects is obta-in- has taken no part in the controversy _ aWe_ but who during the week decided to take a. band personally in the nego- tiations. Mr. Galer came to Cole- man and had a conference with some of the, men. He then went to Fernie arvd interviewed President Sherman, to whom he made the proposal that the old agreement be re-enacted with some modifications relative to the preamble and the elimination of the discrimination clause, .the union to j forego the closed shop condition, and he (MV. Galer) to endeavor to induce j the Operators' Association to agree to the proposal. President Sherman sent an eimsary w_ of A_ to Frank to confer withthe other leaders and a district board, meeting was called for Tuesday. The meeting decided to send a special committee be willing1 to do so any day of increase, it was rWognizecl-that much 1lo Column yesterday to energetic evangelistic' campaign. the Liberals, who iner for all prisoners except those who are sick. To the besc of our abilitv this is carried out. Fibre tubs arc used and each man. has a change of water. Each man used his own tow el. At one time there were 48 .pris- oners and then it was difficult to keep track of them all. After retiring fyr a few moments the jury returned the following ver- lHct oi "The deceased. Leon Lowenthrsl. j came to his death on a.m., at the Is. barracks by toxic pois oning-, caused by erysipelas. numbered among them so many Prefi- week. What had Judge _ Camels re-j greater could be. done by port proved. The judge had said that graft prevalent and could only be by the awakening of the public ion- rians and the government which j science. Who was to awaken The had 'been so soocl to the church in i politicians? Not much! Who' IBANK CLERK isr free sites for churches find manses. Nothing had been further from his purpose. rV had simply been actuated by a desire to draw attention to the disgrace, that c'-'Jld not be rectified by any ordinnry methods. It 'had also been said that many his allegations had been contra- but 'the sninisters, who should- demn and denounce these things whicli were a shame to their life. Ac another instance of bauching of the electorate, he stated that iu a country Iu: knew of. there was one fishery inspector to every twenty-five of the population. Was that not a direct bribe to those in- dieted. The reason why he bad notjspectors to vote for candidates at the .T, isen to answer those who a, the last 'iel! cause he was only there as a J missionary. This year it was i last election. SHOT FRIEND confer with President Stockett of the Operators' i Association, with a vfcw to a settle- !mont on the basis suggested by Air. j Galer. That meeting was held yes- j terday and at the time of going to j press the feeling seemed to be hope- ful of a definite and at least, to the j five years he has occupied tbe posi- tion of professor of modern languag- es at tbe Adelphi College in Brook- lyn! Mr. John A. MaEachern, M. A., Ph. D., was appointed to tbe chair of philosophy. The chair is established for the first time in tbe Alberta Uni- versity. Mr. McEachern is a dis- tinguished graduate of Queen's Uni- versify and was a member of that staff ior several years. He is doctor of philosophy of the University' of Leipzic, Germany. The president of the university lias been authorized to arrange for the teaching of chemistry and to obtain a lecturer in mathematics and physics for one year. Tbe Senate decided to organize a department of civil and municipal engineering and Professor Edwards has been promoted to tbe professorship of this department. The organization of the department was deemed necessary on account of tbe problems connected with this- work that are eonstaritlv arisinc in thft.. provin.ce. Although the details of a definite plan were left to a later meeting of the Senate it was agreed to offe? sites on the University grounds for de- nominational colleges, so as to place these institutions in. juxtaposition to the centraj university. It was also agreed to provide a site for a-ho.spital on tbe grounds and a board will be created to co-operate with tbe city of Strathcona to erect their hospital on tbe site selected. This :spital: is to be large enough to accommodate medical- tetflchiig when ffutujre ex- pansions .of the university render ne- cessary tbe establisbing of a medical faculty. A committee consisting of Dr. Premier Rutherford and Mr. P. J. No- lan, were appointed to confer witb the judges of the supreme court and the law society of the province with a view to arranging a course of study, for students at law. Drs. Ferris, Boyd and Galbraitb, with President Dr. Tory, were named a committee to confer with the coun- cil of the .College of Physicians and Surgeons to take steps for co-opera-' lion between that body and the uni- versity relating to medical education. A faculty of agriculture will be established in the university to open in September 1910. An interim re- port from the finance committee was submitted and an agreement arrived j at for the affiliation of preparatory COPY THE WINNIPEG PLAN ;md collegeg Calgary, June Calgary ex-j rangement the Alberta College, Ed- It is stated that the international organization of the mine workers has decided to extend aid in the strike. If this is true and the present effort to settle fails, the strike is likely to be a long one as the arbitration o Snd for or against the closed shop, and there seems lit- tle likelihood of the losing, side ac- cepting the finding. POWELL WAS ELECTED Fronk, June the election of i a vice president for District 18 IT. M. Colonjaa won b a of aboul. in of Beilevue, competitor and six other viz., R. '.Evans, Taber; )s. Brooks, Merritt; Frank Camp- 1, Michel; Win. Pagan. Ferine: D. D. Perkins, We also recommend that extreme care be always taken in regard to the disinfection of blarikets and clothing of any persons suffering from any contagious disease." The jury then visited the guard room and found everything neat ciean. The cells, appeared to 'be well ventilated and elcan. The coroner contrasted the sanitary condition of trie gutuxi ent, be was a commissioner -nd lie had rather thought to score a bull's eye. He wanted to unmask political cor- ruption because be deemed it- ..TIC of the duties of the ministers of the church to do so. He alf-o wanted to protest against the belief that the public servant who got drunk and j a stole from the public purse was immoral. He was just as rrsuci a I thief as the criminal that magistrates in Palestine. One like a bottle and the prisoner let dov n through the neck of the cell by a rope around the, prisoner's A report comes from .Passburg that Ironeral Manager L. Hamilton of the Leiteh Collieries has the strike about broken in the Passburg camp. It is said he has about a full crew men and that work is progressing satisfactorily. Pringle then remarked that he had simply asked for an improvement n the condition? in the Yukon. As an instance of how he had been hound- ed down, by the blacK legs -i Dav- son City, he would state that hf was malted in the city council and to support the slanders turned up against him by a woman so diunk that she hardly knew what, sne wa.- doing, was asked to sign affid i -it ac- cusinc hiro of immoral relations wi'b more money than he would earn in a year to speak at four political meet- ings, but he had refused it. Touching on tbe 'of the commission on tbe railway in which Messrs. Pugsley and Tweedie figured so prominently, be said if the finding was true then they. Pugsley and Tweed ie should go where others 'n ordinary life who stole mtney should go. If it was not true, then it was disgrace to tbe commission. He did not know much about western pol- itics, but he knew that miles of tim- ber lands had been given away by the government. Tn another instance he knew of _ 500 men having their franchise stolen in 1902 in the Klon- dyke. He could give details if his statement was challenged. Again ho knew that naturalization was going oh, before the last elections, men being given papers who had not the oath of allegiance. Tn con- clusion Dr. Pringle .remarked that in Westmoreland county, N.B., he knew a man who would not vote for Lano, Bank of The mid-1 night visitors started pulling the rope.s around tbe tent and were challenged by the campers. Getting no response Lane fired a shot from a revolver which passed through Sherwood's ab- domen coming out in the back. Sher-' wood was taken to the hospital and is in a precarious condition. Lane is grief stricken as jie and Sherwood wore croat friends majority of those interested, a satis- CUKion party fho aUSpices, and the Western Canada Col- lac-ton iesu t. ,01- exhibition company pageant i lege, Calgary, will become affiliated During the week the arbitration committee and the horticultural so-1 with the university. The report of the president showed 477 students registered, four of whom were, graduate students in the de- partment of physics. In addition to the regular registered students, over 300 had been registered in extension classes and extension lectures iuv? been carried on in seven different centres in ihe province last year. finished the work of csainin- Maciood. returned home last Sinkar.M.n Juno s iocal condiUons at tho various night at 1.30 oclock. Over 200 bus- several" "bankjmines ivnd adjourned Friday to Mon- j and professionai men. many of clerks, amontr whom was Walter ShH-i Saturday President Sherman of: whon, werc .iccompanied by thdr wood, teller in the Bank of Nova Sco-jlhc rilinc was taken cnticai-, familjcs, took in the trip, tia. crossed over the river U1 at ami whcjniThe several committees in charge of intention of surprising several other I Monday came the board agam ad-j thp departments spoke at He had offered bank clerks, one of whom was for a wcck to allow tbc I Okotoks, Cayley, Nanton and Mac- t.f> i t (ill his another representative to plu.cc on the hoard. Mean- time the election of a vice-president, to succeed John GaKin had been held and Wm. Powell, of Coleman. was elected. Mr. Powell was installed today imparted the NOT AN OFFICIAL BODY Berlin., June ministry of TRAGEDY AT DES MOINES Des Moines, Iowa, June a quarrel over an account with Her- office, at the district board meeting j tion'that the declaration in Bert Todd' of the wholesale- of an-u replaced Robert Evans certain English newspapers the -n conducting negotiations for the German government supported the Todd Kraft, Moss Rice, a pedlar, shot Todd this morning. An hour men.- Coincidontly, came the propos-1 dcsirn of navy league for the later 'Rice was found dead having al of Mr. Galer and the board nam-I er construction of the fleet was taken carbolic acid. Todd is not ex- NEW YORK PAYS ed the 'new official, secretary A. .1. Carter and Chas. Brooks to inter- view the operators. ly without foundation. The league is an independent, or- ganization, it was explained, and por- fiiied its aotiviJips from itaetr.wn in- land bill of personal expense? in-jbitration board the men scored by j itiative 'for which the government curred in the mayoralty re-count fight winning a decision from Chairman j was not. responsible, acainst W. R. Hearst is to be paid by the citv. The sum of mostly for counsel fees has been ordered by Justice Patterson. lii.shop Grisdaln has offored the wartlcnship of the hospital at Re- giiia to Rev. G. Nelson Dobie, of In- dian Head. Should he accept he will Grant requiring tbe to pro- ducc their books in support of their demand for reduot.ion iu the prices of pillar work. Should no agreement i emanate from the Intc-st turn of i events, the bonrd will proceed with its work ami this will constitute nn important phase oi the inquiry. Emmerson, or his opponent because start new duties early in October. BUILDING P-ERMITS J. J. Furman, Dufferin St. black- smith shop, C. Hinds, Coutts St., dwelling, Wray, Westminster, dwelling, I the event of tnc further seryrces of the board being required, Vicc-Prcsi- l dent Powell will likely be pected to live. MEDICAL EXAMINATION BEFORE MARRIAGE Seattle. Wash., June new state law providing that applicants for marriage licenses must undergo medical inspection went into effect yesterday. Ten couples appeared at the license clerk's office with physi- cian's certificates and two couples when informed of the new law said they would go to British Columbia to marry. County officials sly law will result in many American marrying in Canada. ;