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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VII. LETHBRIIXiE. ALBERTA, MO.N1UY, MAUC11 U. 1'JI I CENTS 71 FOR mm Anpuimces that Slalu- (ory Counties May Vote Thcmfeelvcs Out EXCLUSION FOR SIX YEA US Jn l.onj; Speech "Whole Ulster Prableni Was Ably Heriewed HAD TO CONCEDE OU TIGHT London, March Premier Aiouith announced that the statutory countlei of Ulster would be aiked to'poll to decide whether would come under the government of Ireland bill. Exclusion might he for six years .frgm the meetino of the Irlth parliament. London, Mirch Asqmlh luday laid before tlic House o! jnoiiB llis proposed concessions to rister ils position un- iler the Irish Home Kule bill: Tbe tirraounooment was to the effect that- he-fore the hill became operative, roll should -he taken oi Ihe Varlu- inf.itary electors, of each county to >lecidf whether there should be an es.- litaion of the Ulster counties irom Ihe provisions ol tf-e bill for a period of siv years irom the firs! rr.eelinj; of hhe r.ew Irish parliament. It the ma- jority ol.lne. voters v.erc in favor o couaty automatical- ly would be excluded ior the prescrib- fu period. London, Jlarch R.jrtay Premier. Asquith rose- in the Hon. .H. H. ASQUITH 'remler of Great Britain made ils pease proposals to Ulster on Ihe Home Rule bill In the British House today Found iiy Son and Policeman Sundny in Di'seitcd House TWENTY MI1.KS FKOM IIO.MK Herald De.scriplion Led fo the Information of llis Whereabouts HAD BEEN WOKKYIXCJ Dedicatory Sen iit> Yeslei'day j aiul Lariu'- Iv Alk'ntlttl i OHOwx OFFICIATED! Assisted by ;tml .Minis- Ic-rs cif Olhtr City i I'hiirches i 'Terrible Holocaust at St. Louis j in Athletic Club Early Today ior Janics sent from his anil people over a week, -and whose ilmppc.irat.te Irom ttx city Friday, Feb. 27. has lauseil many moment.1, oi anxious worry the part of liis laiuily and many friends, has Lecn foiled, is I now at his home in North I.elh- bridjte. His return yesterday afler- caused great, relief anil liappi- cess to the members of the family who have been concerned with General Superintendent of the Meth- oiilt church'In Canada, who officiat- h.is ab- cd at the'opening of the new church yesterday CLAIMANTS NOT SATISFIED ;ng bul llis absraie sirice the moment WITH THE APPOINTMENT OF MR. BUHT PETITION DISREGARDED Cardston, AHa., Marcii of- fice troubles at Cardston arc notyver Tht details of tin- transactions tiat have taken pi arc have been rt- hcarsed at fcnftth in the Herald .-ol- nns. Rumor Jias it that C.-T. V left, ancf ivho have done1 every- thing in their io find him. .1. H. eldest son o! James Hugnson1. ia to the Herald ibis morning, said- that his father in good health, and that he had not suffered any ill iroin his erprri- tnt-e outside oi a slight- cold.- >5r. Mughson was found bv iiis son and Clarke oi the Mounlfd J'olicc. "'J5C llta not find a place, to ilie library. REV. G. H. COBBLEDICK (IAVE KKYSlQf Wesley church, whose ccngrega- on r.ow worship in fine new edifice opened yesterday VIC rJMS IN TUB UUIN'S i Missing Usl is I.urge, bul l-'ull Xiimher Nut Known for i Stiine Days HEROISM DISPLAVK1) UFPS. for 6ucls a IJO.Y U'iUi sraii- ludc, to Almighty '.vim I has signally Mopped- srrvants in holy to tills KENNEDY AND MULLEN CANDU clnirclj. to dctUratc it lo Mis strvicc. DATES REPRESENTING THE to ten the for the readmp of tho Hol the of the of God. tbe oE the holy EacramentF. r.uJ Cor nil other excr- tispp of i-sligioua worsbiri snil service, according to liie and UESgos of the MetbodUt church. And, the of the temple is vain without, ihc ao'ciiin o- thc worshinners aUo, 1 now call upon OPPOSING FACTIONS LADY RETURNING OFFICER Otis ol the- Conservative appli- cants for the position qf postmaster, charges thnt the appointment of .Mr. Hurt is without the sanction of the Conservative committee. 'Ihe- under- standing in Ihc executive was that as given to Ilruce ot the t-ilr po- a deserted people 'hov nice It voitl-rioolc on to dedicate yourselves to conicr o! Gait Gardens, al the tiiret- ithe service of God, To Him let our ivfcich ivas packed to suKoca lion, lo mate the most vilal stale ihenl on a grave political issue- eve littered in.the last.fittj- 91041 c Kule UUI' lie was. received louJ Iprlal cliMiing. du not- conceive- it my.'jfiily--to cast for the hiit which has bern presented "al twq nml.twice through were the Pre- nprning wordn. "Those who liavc supported-it ia all its sUgK hrc p.s cottVJDCed today as they al- ways u'eie'oi its jjrir.ciples ils iDacbineEy." cor-sidw it a basic lor a sol- id Foundation ol the fabric oi Irish lie Ijclievod that if Si plauAd upna b (loiLiorroiv it would nut .involve anj Injustice .ur oppression on-any class Ireland. (Ministerial Viktn lie came thscre, he .said, with the sug- gEStlons whic'a wc'Jlil invohc EubsUn- .sial modilkafions oc raiher suljstan- H'al additioLs and supplementary pro- it was not because they were S'nnnitig away froni, tlm bill, but hc- rause they were, above all Ihitigs, an- Sto'-is that cKanges which they belicv- he inevitable iri ih? government r.( Ireland should start iirider cor.di- it Eons whicb would secure io them a Kisis of lasting sucww. (Continued on lice OTI Saturday by a Mrs. Ferguson, who Jives r.ear Noble. She staled that a man resembling the Herald rfe-scrip- licjc of Mr. Ihigh'-ort had come to Ler Thursday and lelt on Friday for ;i He bad juyu the resichalion of 31 r. Hracii was rlcrivrf. another dunnj his al the bt called to choose a "raanr loathe tmm- tl'at-lic hati tnv. er- ;of the South. voters tliat they but C. U. IloT.-ti.nn pat the allcr Jihrisl: To Him Ic-t OH.- bodies ded.rated IriboBh on Ihe whole scheme by rir- j (liat {llej. rit Hie clarin? lo cliief laajiEtrarc that ictfwellint: of llie Holy Ghost. To Him there was a stipulation in (ho deed let our labors and hiiEiue.-s he acdi- of transfer protiibilm; ;he erecllou cated, fhat their fruit- may" lend to the glory of His sreal name, and to ihu I a-Jvaneemenl of Ills Kingdom. And noL I Marc-li llitli is the ihy set for the oi a Serrate school trustee to take the piaie !t. V. (iibbons, ur.pleas- :intntss wr the iccent.sale ol fiCil) bv dislric-t: NominationE .vere held in the city ball tiiis morning resultiJig as fol- ]nus F.d. Kennedy, master barhcr, no.a- inatcd seconded hy Dr. M. V. Uallivan. J. M. .Mullen, messenger, noro- in.ited by A. V.' Gihtjons, seconded by Kd. Sthi. Poll; are being arranse.l and tho tion wilh itfl naiiu's of busini ol Cardston praying fer his-appoiiit-1 meat. His rteposit covering llic'prire- oi the office fistiures lias '.been since last July. is the mix-up is giving, the some worry. t l EVANTUREL'WILL St. Louii, Mo., March men are dead; dozens of others are bslleved to be incinerated within the ruins of the Missouri Athletic club, and two tcore are seriously injured as the result of a fire early today 'Ahfch de- stroyecf the tevon-storey building, housing trts club and the Boat- men's Bank, at the corner of Fourth street and Washington avenue. At fiix-thirty this morning, thir- ty-two men had been accounted for. The number of persons miss- ing and supposed to have been trapped in the building is gener- ly estimated at one hundred, though some estimate the'viclims- in the ruini as low as 15.- manager of the club there; were 136 persons registered last night, while the clerk declared there were only iMty boys In the house. The exact number of dead within the building probably will net be known for several days as tha ruins of the building, In the opinion of tho fire will smoulder for that lenoth of J; time. MILLION DOLLARS U six o'clock ihc ftre was brougbtrj seeris-to xet Sir Alexsnrier Gall, who gave It" outside slrip lo the t-lly, to tierreit the library to be built there. building became a church of nl as rcturninj otliccr in" ;i Western Vankllck Ont, ..Mareli. the convention of I'rea- cott Liberals held here on Sat- urday afternoon, Guslave Kvan-' tnrel, their a1lllng: member, explained ]iiR''action. In offer- ing to f.ell himself-io the lutnor. Ho Tvas ..royndly ami will his Feat. the Northwest Coal fr Navi- gation Co. tbe properly. Ibero a provision for a rondit-ton, ll sidEB.1 leaving only the centre. ir.g assets suffiuknt to cover -jhlsTiri- was'agrc-at day in- l.elhbriilge. Tiiartlr.g r.s It ulan "as rc-recistered .Mbertn Hallway Coal neu- Weslev- clinrch, tho third Ftruc- city. RAYMOND HEALTH OFFICER GETS SALARY DOUBLED Hayinonil, Aila.. .March icallli oincer. Dr. Wray. tendered lis rcsi-nallon, asking an Increase in POLICE COURT CLERK PEARSON V RESIGNS OVER FIXING OF DUTIES salary. salary. Refused to Act in Same Capacity as Men in Hint of Friction in Police Department for Many Months- Action Was Eniirely Unexpected The ]MVK. Perhaps the f.r.sl direct result of was appointment of a police, coimnis- in Ulhhndje is Ire rmgtial-lon f.l I'olice Court WtrV Pearson. Ills letter ol resignation was placed la the hanns ol the chief late Saturdajr ly intact in perpetuity. e_i il'.ooting uut of root and all the' .vf.Ui the folloi-'inq words: i returning officer. This will hr. Ihf first i wir.dov.'i aliovc the second floor- preseiit unto yon this building. election in nhk-li has (liliciated .hij were jiunpins 'totn wbilp lo be (leclicaU-i! as ;i churcii of wor I thai capaeiti' in which otliKS were ditnbiup down icpea, and service or a lady rcturnins olTrfr jias" cier act-linaile oi tierl together. MANV TNML-UED .More a .lozen jumped several stories to the rools ol id-joining buiMinss, and wil'i; trolci: legs or less serious injuries.- who did escape ran about the streets in bath lobes or night clothes appar- ently wild until they ivere forcibly carried into neighhorins hotels. DISPLAY" OF HEROISM Heroism borderhj on the 'super- human was eihibited by Bremen-'.anil gijesls at thf The fire lime "anil dorlpvl one f.illing: wall only. lind tlipmsHvrs umScran- oilier totlcnnc ,mjss ol sranilc and I brick. I (Continue.! on page 'i' fj if SUPERIOR OUT side-strip irom Sir Alexander (ialt. foKo-vvcO by the simple deilica- It is sntd lhat in the aerecmrnl ol fion sen-ice, was delivered bv Rev. tran'rfer. thMe was IV.e .stipulation re nr. Clioivn, assisteil by the paslor. ti'ulrinc the ritv to hold Ihe. proper- Kev. 0. H. Cobblstllek, liev. Superior. Out., .March File whic.h broku b'.lt here oil S-.iaday. raped ail ilay, mid the town is reduced lo aslies. There is much suffering, an.-. ong the homeless init sunplics are binp niFtieil by trainlalds.: Tile Heivas taken back at. double' H is understood, however. rlor.o'r. Then .1. .Francis, paalor o? Westminster j loss i., not known as yel, ii'this is as Mr. Dow- church..ami Hoy. A. Cameron, rr.E- -_ man 'maintains, then only way we tor of Knos Presbyterian church: aii.i can it is lo apply to the again in the e.eiiiiif-r.-when services nf ri( agrfcs. will 0 special signllirnm-'o lientting (lie oc hal he is to sive mcOIra' Attention to [havc'to go after Mr. Carnreir ior an were helu. Uic school cMldren. An individual examination card for eacb .jurjil will be used, arid the syalem followed' In the cities of the province will be cct ried out. LltY ELECIION TIME flis aclion was entirely nnespcclcd, luil arises out of trouble over the. his niitirs. He refused to :irt in his old capa-lly under the inlfs lairt (town hy Chiel Skclton and by tlic r-oinmissioners. else not ap the service. of. Mr. I'earschn juitc a gap io (he department as the rmsillon a most irriporta.il oie. 11 ivijl he rrmcmhcred that Mr. ol police Pearson was ono oi the ineriihers ol the force, who remained loyal (o Kx- Chief n.ivis at ihc -time of the. now SPAIN HOLDS A REGULAR DONNY- BROOK FAIR ON VOTING DAY church >as urettily ilecoialed lour-ftctd build- ,.jth a choir of voices, under direction of contributed greal'y ir.crcase'ol SbiiM to cover the extra (it jmllliig up'a build- the sides oi the lihrary have lo ue f.nished if it was professor Kober ll-.p said the tnay- or, this He is in so.ncwli.it a ililemiiia, an'l very much pointed. If arrAnseineni r'aiinot I.e so that (he PufjT mny go .-on the. so.uare, Ix is of the. opinion tli.il Ihe matter v ill die n I natural death, for the cily-is in r.o position ti) 5-ptlul or THEn TURNS GUN ON UNDER NOSE OF REBELS, CLEMENTE VERGARA'S BODY TAKEN INTO TEXAS, IVUUl'l la CLftlll lUUttll Til 1 VessivtncJs of HIP Sharp Trick Which Makes Texans Hangers tslamcd, ,-w ;i Then CQnfes...pfesident Wilson Asks for a Complete Rebels. Are Angry sile. for A cMiiimuTiifilk.n lias been sNii to Uall from the Mayor's; office., asking petmission (o erfd the Madrid, Marcii Disluibanrfs in 'library on the square, as il nas dis-. with the scr.eril Parlia- covered ilef.nilrly .this moiiiing Ihav t RASH ACT OF YOUNG TORONTO LOVER .o n 'l Tnr Austin, Trvjs. 5laicli The lioKlv! on Miall ol suljjccts o! Vrrfiar.i, tlic Am-. (Jiosp pmvcrs wliich hari friwn wjvTslio'l hv Hie Hutla guvfrmnenl ami rctiM Ml, somp sccretlv el-- lliprdorc, (leal willi Conslitulion- j tunned trorn il's rrsiinn ptair at No intotniatioa lias hffn oli- snnic lii.K hctutfpu sunrtovn oiiitaiiirnl as to tJcr.eral Catran. nto Marcti 1- 2 o'cUrt Sad'rdav an'! sunrise mi Sraclay, ami I Za lias allcrcil liis attitude ot.'denr.- fair.ou3 .strike in the. (all of 1912. WASH MANY COLLARS TO PAY THESE Hrandon, Man., March Cbneit v.-aa fined J25.00 B'nd cosls for Ecotc of cilizcl's- One policeman keeping a gambling hoiue, ana twen- i m'ssi.nE ly-two other Chinaroeti 16.00 and cosla c.iL Ji.! for being players or onlookere, at this raornlns's pollco court.' This raa the wounding of two policemen fhp riiunber of rioters received severe ir.-t CIDE IF resuH'of a raid on night hy Chief Kerry, on a Seventh street. The, were all laundry men. .Saturday houso on THEY WILL KENORA 'HAT UNiOixS rAVOR TECHNtCAL EDUCATION Medlclno Hat, .AHa, Marrh Secretary Bellamy; of Iho Trades and Council, Investigating for the provincial technical education de- partment, finds local trarfo unions FACES MURDER CHARGE Halifax, March Murphy, a young Scotchman, ban licon arreat- ed, (.turned with murdering his mother-in-law, Mm. Margnret Brown. iumiirc lor the welfare oi nations other tliali her own. Inriili-r.lally, the President 'denied, that ihc American govern men I'knew ar.) thine, of a published report" Hial Uienrral were lovers can Consul r.arretl.-as man-1Oerraan; hart earned Meiirc. i and the .nan was freeing her Mr .n v.hirh (I.e. tmly.