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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Volume III. March Number 75. FIRE ALARMS P READY FOR USE TTTT finl LffiRAlTcAUCUS HAS ACCEPTED MR. RUTHERFORD'S RESIGNATION Where the Fire Alarm Boxes Are Located -How Used Lethbridge has now just completed the installation of a fire alarm sys- tem which without doubt is along the most complete lines in operation in Canada. This system includes thir- ty-two fire alarm boxes, a two panel switch board with a capaciCy for four fire alarm box circuits and one, gong or circuit, indicator. At pres- ent only two box circuits arc used. Thc circuits arc to provide for the anticipated growth of the city. A COMPLETE SYSTEM The, system is so arranged that by yuiling a lever in any one of the box- es in any part of the city the stable door opens, thc gong sounds the box number and thc indicator shows in plain figures the number of the box from which thc alarm is sent. At the same instant the alarm is sound- ed in the two fire hallsiof the city, in the police station, awl at the pump- GERMANY HAD A SECRET AGENT Premier Makes No Statement In House-Marshall and Lessard ive Not r Resigned MURDERER OF THORBURNS DIES Canadian Parliament Spied On By the Kaiser would comeback tp'the cabinet' At-! CUSHING PREMIER Attorney-General Cross'would resign. I TlMiO i the hands of my Later I told him that supporters. (Special to the Herald) Ijdmonion, March therford, Hon. Dunc-ari Marshall and lion. P. E. Lessard still hold'office return would not remedy matters but it is expected that they will re-1 satisfactorily, and that an Agreement sign soon. If Hon. W. H. Cushing is on to form a government he will' up Ottawa, March news leak- ed out here- tonight 'that a secret service agent in the employ of the German government hus been a con- stant listener to the debate on the seJf> His 0[ members for between us was impossible." -t Mr. Bennett rose to have'it' IN SHORT Edmonton, March will be Premier of Alberta in forty-eight understood that the Conservative members of the House had not been hours and his cabinet will be, Prem- ier and Minister of Public Works. W. H. Cushing; Attorney-General. J. R. Boyle; Minister of Agriculture and Dr. Warnock; AMENDENTS WERE VOTED DOWN Division On the Naval Debate-Large Majority Ottawa, March amendments jjohn Mesci Paid the Penalty Of Brutal Crime Wince Albert, Sask., .March Without a flinch, steady as if he were going out to take exercise in the jail yard, John Mesd, the self-confessed murderer of Quill'Lake, went to his doom in .the local 'jail at S o'clock this morning. It was but a few min- utes to the hour when Hangman Hol- mes, of Saginaw, went to the con- demned man's cell. He was quickly pinioned and the sad procession wen- ded its way through the building up to the scaffold which had been er.ect- of R. L. Borden, leader of the Con- j eii just outside the door leading to the department of public works him- j by Gushing in his statc- naval bill from, the of the House of Commons during tiie past five weeks. He had been in daily communica- tion with Berlin and not a move has been made in parliament without be- Init fullv noted and hashed across' cabinet will likely be Geo, P. Smith, j u this stage the Premiei saui _it of Camrose, Dr. Warnock of Pincher not in his place to make any 6b- Creck, J. R. Boyle of Sturgeon, and Uervation. He bad-given the report. A. McDougall of Edmonton. of Education and Provincial (servative party i of. Canada and P. D. i the yard. !ers no information whatever., Tonight a caucus was held and al- Uhouh Premier Rutherford intimated NO ANNOUNCEMENT MADE jhe would like to stay, he finally plac- ing station. It is the duty of every resident in the city to become ac- quainted with the fire alarm box near est to their house or place of busi- ness and to use thc fire alarm box in preference to the phone for several reasons. Thc messaga over the phone is.lia- ble to be wrongly received. Thc phone message is slower. When the alarm is 'sent in by a1 box. the stable doors arc opened and thc horses in-i stantly jump to their places under the harness, as thc men are sliding j down -the brass poles. The harness isj hitched, the doors arc opened and the j brigade is oft in a jiffy, galloping to j the box from which the alarm was sent. Then, just anpther point. The person whO pulls alarhl bOS bllbUldj .stay right at the or. leave some the ocean in code form. (Continued on page 5) FORTT BURIED IN FALLING WALLS Terrible Accident At a Pitts- burg Foundry Fatal Results Mr. Bennett, movedUhc questions in- i Volvine the challtneine of Cornwall's. ..0 UI ,._ .a. nn cd his resignation in thc hands of the Edmonton, March 1 have no- vote i.e investigated by thc committee 1 members and left the caucus, mem- bers agreeing to hold the resignation an act respecting Treasurer, Geo. P. Smith; Ministers Monk[ ieadcr of the party in the pro- without portfolios, .J. A. MacDougaH u opposition to tie and E. H. Rilev, according to the latest information tonight. nav'al thc government of Sit. RUTHERFORD IN CAUCUS Wilfrid were defeated in di- visions in the Mouse ou Commons by a large majority. The vote on the Premier's policy will be taken next. thing to said Premier Ruther- on privileges. ford in the Legislature today, just j Two bills, one before Mr. Bennett j villages, .and the i asked that the Premier take the mem ond reading and moved (iirecin 10 bers into his confidence and explain Coramittec of the whole to be taken the startling political developments up by clause on Friday, that have transpired, since yesterday. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE The .vacant government benches! Jn of the whole, spoke for themselves. Attorney-Gen- Housc> Mr. Bcntiett 'and several other a day era_l Cross has uof approached Marshall and Hon. W. Buchanan members o- every" clause- were absent Still the Pre- mier refuses to lhe House or md think it -over. tonight .J. A. McDougall went that he must resign. It is expected Gushing will be called on to form a new cabinet right away. COMM1SSION SUGGESTED Edmonton, March vortex (of the political situation was led in- closest attention IQ the channcl of thc Liberal caucus e bills to be con-1 ]ast cvening wilafc came to'the sidercd. The hiU respecting a proposition that a ju- eommjS5lon bo appointed to thoroughly investigate the A. cs in objected to by Mr. it was radical leg- OPPOSITION CRmCIZEBlLL Manitoba Elevators Discussed In the Legislature t i Ihfc to trie present 'situation iislation. and needed the P res nice of w Ry transaction. Chief Justice Qt 4 Wnvf Kf> I j T _ "i _ _f i OI-AH--M Ac -i. _. -1__! _- men, in raz- ttiV L J till t tiiiv bne'eisb there 10 direct' lhe brigade ite finishing foundry v-'-n ii'ii 'i'- "V -X PMtadi-'of 'if' tod Son, dwtroyed by thcV A iu-ut at-- A help .brigatie V6 bkliftguisli a fire Vt) haw iiinfe kpread. f THE council for. S. sample box for' tustrtidtitrfh 'to set u? at thc clly hall 'tlia't 'the Ve :9Kdwh how to Two Son, dwtroyed by were buried by falling today. workmen have been taken citizras 'may thtrc an aUirm-.' debris dead and many are in hospitals severely injured. Later three more men are reported to have been found dead. Five foreigners are In the south side" hospital seriously crushed and one workman died on- next move will be. CROSS OUT OP1 POLITICS Hon. C. W. Cross, in an interview stated that he was out oi politics. He "said his- letter of resignation would no doubt be read by the Pre- mier 'in' due1 course and until'then'hn had nothing to say.- The resignation oE.Sydney B. Woods is confirmed, and it'is understood he will enter a law Q[ fee out and the way to the (ft> fire alarm Hiox. _ tiie'glass, use the key and) open thjk'ftofir" of the box. {j._puil.llie hook all the way down j dh'iJe'atid then let go. to direct, the'brigade to the fire. The Gamewcli fire alarm system j has just been installed in the city by j the Northern Electric Co. of Montrc- j al. H has been tested and found in a! satisfactory working condition anu has been taken over by thc city. i This morning a little after ten somebody turned in a false alarm from one of the new boxes.. The sta- blc doors Hew open and the. horses ed sale of the Hill interests in the jumped to their places under the har- ness which was hitched in a jiffy a i brigade was off to thc supposed issue of the Monetary Times. C. P. R. SECURE C.P. Hill Retires From tbe Management-Rumor Confirmed Frank, Alia., -March The rumor- firm in this city. icompanv was reported with a On the 'first opportunity in the Leg-! amendmcnis. islaturc today, Hon. W. II. Cushing commented1 on the usual fairness oij.i. the press on political matters, that the Morning Journal had represented him. He was reported to have double crossed thc Premier, but such was not the case. CUSMING'S STATEMENT IV "As far as the Premier and myself i are said he, "the .article is manufactured. Read it and come. to your own conclusions. The Pro- j tnier called upon me and said that if I v the law officer-of'the Crown. .As hR UiJlon's name is'mentioned as chair-j Winnipe saw the bill purported to what bounds, to, evidence shall be and! had the eBect ot placirig a statute tti decide in ,placc-4l a'-J-udgc. Discus- sion was also held on the bill to reg- ulate travelling on public ways and bridges.: Both bills were reported and leave was asked to sit again. The bill respecting Alberta and Sas- ikatehewan Central Railway Lines March govern- In 'tne street behind a numoer of morbid minded gathered, hoping to see some of the gruesome scenei but" the erection was boarded in on all sides as well as at the top, and 'BOth- ing was visible. 1-t was about two past 8 when .the Rev. C. G. Young reached the words in the Lord's Prayer, "De- liver us from and the; lever was pulled Thirteen minutes and five seconds afterwards the jail surgeon pronounced the man dead. The crime for which Mesci paid this supreme penalty was one most brutail in the province. He came up- on -Mrs. George Thorburn ot Quill Lake, for .whom he worked in "Che field, and telling her to prepare brutally did her to death an axe. He then killed George Thor- burn, the husband, and Mrs. 'Mc- Niven, ;Mr. Thorburn'a mother-in-law. He was sentenced at 'Saskatoon 'by Judge Wetmore on Dec. -.Consid- erable effort was made for a reprieve but .without: avalK if commission. Despite the [menI elevator measure effective- that the resignation of Premier jhy criticised by -the: Liberal opposi- fwlont.lv pxneeted legislature yes-i uM-day. It was pointed out tHat one' Rutherford was confidently expected yestcixlay" there is now" a 'disposition that the premier conduct'the business of the government to the close of the session so that the estimates may be CAR FIRE WATER CATCHES FIRE, lew passed. arise if A serious this were situation would longer delayed. CHATHAM IN DANGER Chatham, Out, .March 10. city is threatened with a disastrous Hood -caused by .the ice jam. The water cov- ers an area of thirty square mites. Hostilities may temporarily cease if. a can be got to work. Premier Rutherford spoke first and others followed including Smith. Ril- ey, Wooh" and Stewart. Hon. Dun- can Marshall took profuse notes of every speech. It was further learned that at a 1 caucus yesterday at noon the resigna- 1 S tion of the Premier was discussed the asking of Chief -Justice Sif- or Senator Talbot to take office. "fr'iThc report of Sydney B. Woods'rcs- is confirmed. He will enter law firm of Short, Cross, Bigga? and Cowan. administration had. been quite .insin- cere in its statements, regarding con- ditions. The opposition, however, waived a division on the second read- The city fire brigade had a little' ing of the bill under agreement that j the clause, should be discussed "by the run last, night to one of .the ,refrig- erator cars in the C. P. R. -yards. The Chinook- was blowing .but it did not j set the car on-.fire. One-.ofsthe clerks- Avas. working overtime in. the freight committee. up the -present rush, saw the blaze and sparks com-. UNIONISM IS- MORE ACTIVE Many Philadelphia Working Workmen Are Quitting Their Jobs j ing .from the root" oC the car and sent in an alarm by phone. The Brigade responded instantly with tiie arid a. hose wagon, accompanied :by the chief's carnage. A hole was chop-, ped in the roof of the car and by -the j aid of both the chemical, and engine and -water from the hydrant- the fire was extinguished. The. refrigerator car was loaded with Lethbridge beer- destined for the Pass an the, course: ot" the fire was probably due to a com- bination of fire water and a heater, i which, aided by the Chinook, over- heated the car. ENGINE By Board Of Trade- Traffic Bridge Over Six Mile Coulee-Delegation j For Land Tittles Office-Labor Union Members Trade Council held. Hoard should take up the statements 1 Aid. King at thi tn th-ir effect lunon several very important matters. )U was g fire. After a vain search they return j there is no to um i cd to thc hall- the false alarms U seems appare-u from the -personnel The arc-not safe except when wlcr IcC the tha, some Xourse rem.rfced on the action of theis.id that authority for a practice. the company is passing to Tiie OLD TIMER PASSES AWAY ruor the control of the C. P. H. is like- wise confirmed. From the item appearing in :r. it appear he-en effected liRht should be there to indicate the the Carnegie Library The Carnegie Library wa enerally tliought at the meet-j.Mr. Conybeare and the secretary spoke of the terms by which a lib- air, i vary coflld be secured. former thc city should have a -Encourag- met f.heir cr.'orts yesterday in breaking into the ranks ot" unorganized labor and per- suading several thousand workers in EXPLODED WHILE RUNNING Hoxie, Ark., .AI arch run- ning at the rate, of 30 miles an hour the ;boi3er of a_freight engine on the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway, of he way across the square to the the! from the station. '.Mayor Adams said) rounding country. a reorgan-Ub'it the council was considering the I that the way to attract the maniifac-syofir for UK and a new! placing of pathways and otherwise j tin ing indusn-ies is to fill up the conn; ciiy had .i._ itt-- nrniind to them a market. suagf-s Calgary Board of Trade in biiiu.ing worth at least which j after ?50.000 to fill up the siir-Uvcmld mean that the ciiy would have i was Mayor Adams saidj'to provide a Tree site and aj maintenance. He thought I other uses for the this class to ioin thc general strike one mjle east of here ,last movement, the union labor leaders, ihe i continued tlieir campaign today to j hnikeman A1] were residents of swell the army of sympathising stnk- j Thaycr> Mo_ jprs. Baldwin's Locomotive Works, Uie that he The capital-; peautlfyin Nation is now with a bond j of The fetock is t Another old ti-me resident of bridse died this morning when iam Kerr p.wsed t.0 the Great 1 are offered at 02 l-l! 40 per cenuithe government Keyond. He was forty-five years of age ahdj had been in good health till a short time ago when he contracted cold and fever that resulted in his vice president: U s. Host. D, Matthews, M. P- tion exhibit was left, over until the i 1 that tiie matter be i year or two when the city. r around to give them a market. Land Titles Office Mr. Conybeare spoke with regard j could more easily afford or Tlir real pet a StiO.OOO or build- men quh yesterday, and which i considered almost impregnable; ilie attacks of uniovisni. waf tiie object of much attention ofi men and they 'hope to add to i of idle men today. i DISFRANCHISED a i-.no fJ.000.OOC, ol common necl, at Edmomon was remarked that oUcr or pvcf.ned. The or nhvay., b. i co.ioe from C. P. R.! appoint a Pros. I open Chat ,te ol ,h. Horary The new directorate is composed: arui instructed its engineers to! o: the following individuals: ,C. 8.! prepare surveys of tho approaches 1 Bowman Gordon, president; Charles .Meredith.: 50 ns :o make it a traffic bridge. additional directors: Tiie matter of the Spokane Kxposi- COMMITTEE REPORTED MONK'S Ortawa. Mawh Monk oncrative hiU reported by. Victoria, March thc provis- prorincial RleCtions Act co-jput the. Legislature during tue'thc carlj. morning all 'the was appointed, will represent men. Commons banking and commerce committee this morning. Efforts are being nwdf -to have it taken up as a government Mil. this morning. Thc last twenty- two rears of his life have been pass- Ifcvla. H. Aldndge, J. b. estimates are nnde. ea in Lothhridge. having come here'c-ordon JfacDougall and C. P. Hill. Seeking an Industry with his parents from Ayrshire, Scotland in 1888. He had been ridge fe the head of the C. P. K.; Known Astern establishment for twenty- years as an eti-j of the A. R- S- I- company un-jbere ANOTHER BIG well' wViicli It will be noted "that Director Aid- tiiiostion of securing He had been vears as an en- -mining department while other mem- js contemplating the putting o. a 'of the directorate arc said out West, tho Roard decided took a closely allied with the C. P. R. r, go after the establishment, if U en-taW with the city electricalj As C. P. Hill as been absent in jHai they de.ire'lo come West- Apartment, where he was for some time nothing is known. the sickness vas contracted. here with regard to reorganized He was unmarried but leaves to I for the future but monrn his loss a mother, five is reported Mr. Hill will retire Henry of Stockett. from management make a 'Andrew, Allan, George and Robert all trip w Europe. -Mr. Hill is expected W Lethbridge. and two sisters Annie return to Hillcreat in a few days. lSQ Of this; Aid. King's Statements Mr. McKeown thought that FROM YORKTON Aid. C. B-1 should be secured as soon as possible. the real es-jTIie motion to ask tho city council to consider, the granting of a site __________ and of a year was defeated Labor Unions JWET GOODS WERE The labor .unions asked if they LABELLED could join -ihe Board of Trade. They ncro informed lhat any citizen orj Lethbridge is qualified to be a menvjH? ber. It is understood that one her of Those Secretary Adams. Stafford, Macbetfi and McKeown. SNOWSLIDE TO LETHBRIDGE, M on-real. March The TnmK Pacific March snow slide occurred one mile cast 'of fteare Glacier on the main line of ihc C.P- 'lllle> K. This came down at i.45 on Wed- ncsday morning, earring jrway bents of Snow sheds'6r-a. total flis- nil forty judges of the appellate, supreme and county courts arc disfranchised. No judce shall be entitled to be register- led as a. JiH months have elapsed from the date ot his rcsigna- jtion from the bench. Explaining the of lhe measure, attorney- Toronto March Hon. AVJF.igcneial Bowser declared it wasdratt- through his officers still purged expressly to prevent a recurrence in North-i of the scandal of last but one provm- Yesterday three cases Idal election when for two weeks be- fore resigning; from the bench one ol the judges was negotiating a political organization respecting tLs candidature for Vancouver city. sues illicit sellers of ern Ontario. of Gooderham and Woris whiskey were seized at Matheson. addressed to a reverend gentleman as dry goods. 'city. The funeral wiil be held on Satur- day-afternoon at "2.30 from his resl- Scattering fe'tuths from Seattle point to the dection Gill, Yorkton-Regina Sine feet- Ins been compieieu by lican, as mayor with a "wide 'dence on 'Westminster Road and town" as Gill promised a liberal 'fb :tKe Union cemetery. terpretation 'ot 'liquor laws. is expected to reach This line will event! the scene of the damage jywLthe.com-iO1 a [NATIONAL GUARD TO i PRESERVE ORDER MELV.LLE, SAS1C.J Mar. March OJ, or Hubbard. .His team balked in front'maimain xlnrinc tiie strike fhere He Avas brought to end of the year. Moose .law, "Jtedicine ?pa'ny to have the road clear in -la few hours. i Melville, but died of injuries .a few hninutes after arriving. of 600 employees Paper Co. The company is xmder 'or ders to leave here -at noon. _ FELL OFF HIGH BUILDING, WAS KFLLED j Winnipeg, March Windatt, !A carpenter in the employ of the Lyalt 1 Mitchell Co.. contractors, fell from the top Ol Winnipeg RttwwCr pany's new building yesterday noon and was instantly killed. He came here from Beaverton, Ont. ;