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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHSftlDGE, ALStRTA, WEDNESDAY MARCH MO. 77 COMMISSION IS GIVEN MORE A f Jvisidm ef RAny Cm- adTelepliiie Ottawa, Ont.-; March Hon. Ceo. P. Graham in the House intro- duced an act to amend" the, railway v i" act with, respect to telegraphs telephones and the jurisdiction p( the board of railway commissioneis. fhe fast object of the bill, "Mr. Graham the telegraph companies and Atolls -under "the jur- isdiction life railway board, wire- CONVICTT CONSPIRACY V U Out t t .Butte, March A de- spatch to the Miner from Deer Ixnlge that as a retMtlt of the coroner's the -JxJdy' ol; deputy wardien Jolm. RpJMngoji, who was mur-" dered 'in 'an attempt 10 break prison Sunday morning by convicts George Rock and William Hayes, it develops from the, testimony -of other- convicts that a conspiracy amdnf five convicts to make a break but ap- parenty the nerve of all except' Rock and Huyc-n failed at the critical time. Rocl> and Hayes charged with tho 'tmrdur of Robinson by Wie ver- ict the WANDERERS WON FIRST NATCH tt a Lead (her WB- m Staiky Of CMM included. X- _ The regulation "in respect' to tele phone -companies which "ahead) under the jurisdiction of the boon areV read justed and amended -but no iira material _> --'An im'portant feature of'the meas we is-in regard to" "specific pe'rfonn ance" of "contracts. The board wil be giv.en power "to enforce all con tracts filtered into between, the com- j panics and municipalities or'private individuals. The bill further pro- vides foi regulation by thc board of sleeping and demurrage? In respect to demurrage" thV board have power to frame regulations under which the railway companies will be liable to a penalty if cars are not provided within a certain tinfe and to another penalty if-they do not carry traffic to its destina- tion as promptly as they should. Mr. Crocket asked if the bill would ba reTro-acliviT it apply to cases where thc "companies have, al- ready secured the right to erect poles on the streets. Mr. Graham replied that this-was a large fjuesiion he care to .answer offliand. Government Annuities Hon. W.-S. Yielding'made'an ex? TO March Daw- 'of the Ixmdon, Eng., arived here this morning accompanied by C. E. Hoor. 'Mr. Pawson in tend fa issuing a huge Can- adian supplement of the Standard and for this purpose is'making a tour of the country-'collecting facts and'data from close 'personal an'd investigation. SCHMIDT IS WJT JAIL Fomef iayir af Sat Fnuh cisco Sti Trafdhf HI Uck CAT BITE KILLED HIM PeteVUoro.-Onty Mai eh -is deud from at "hi-> home here caused by u on finger from a pbt w EXPEL THE MISSIONARIES March Tin- Bavaiian government" has' crdered the immedi- ate eipuUiou, of a number of Atiier- icaji Morinbu missionaries whose presence' herVJist regarded as being dangerous, to public Order. WINNIPEG K.C UKEYTOBE CHOSEN March The first of he Stanley mutches played at the Arena in the presence of resulted "in a victory for The final score being Wanderers 11, Maple Leafs 5, so the Wanderers will go into the second match Thursday witli a lead of iix SCHOOLS 'March The Winnipeg JscKooH board within thy next fcwwcekfe will a4t for authority to Usue" bonds toTthe extent of 000 for iinmovt-meuts in tv; fcchool accomoiiiitjon of the city. SuicYoE.'AT Wl NN I PEG Winnipeg, Match Mrs.' McLeod, ,wife pf.JaiiVe-, McLeod, a well known contractor committed .sui- this .morning. sit hr-r homo by taking carbolic, acid. sue Ciqtftt lariated is Jdfet fiba's cessw j. ILL 'Windfeor, Ont., Marcli John Trancisco, March R. was releafeed" from iail jist night after putting up bonds in he. sum of His bondsmen re H. William and W. J. Dingee. The charges of extortion -.igainst him in which' not-yet been tried A'cre dismissed.- _ r INCREASE THE March 10.-tThe Aboard of The Wanderers held the match safe way.' They htarted out" by 3 goals in a row inside of 7 minutes. The Leafs then captured the next in 3 minutes and the Wanderers the, fifth of the match in six minutes and_the half ended after a Jong scoreless period with the Wanderers 1, Maple Leafs 1. In the early part of the second half there little to the play except the made five successive goals in the first 12 minutes.' This left them at one-time with" a lead of 9 Yo 1. in the latter part of the localsMct up and of-the G goals scored before, the iinish, 4 went to the Maple Leafs, and two to the Wanderers. The Maple iJeafsi scored the last three of lihe match. .The visiting team seemed a, fairly promising lot individually but man i ior man the Wanderers were better ill down the line. The champions vore in their best form and at peiiodo >f the game, when they seemed to be hard they fairly smothered :he_ opjxwing seven. .The MapleTLeafs 1 Buffered somewhat from their un- familianty with' the "rink and it is likely tht they a 'Auld M. seriously ill at his home at Amherstburg. MURDER State of Lwdsaiu by a Young Pettrian phination ot the bill provide Jorl-20111 rol passed-a- A mite. La., March strain ed political situation 111 Louisian Democratic' circles last night sporisible for thtf killing 01 Democra JLIC state senator elect D. S. Keihi of this city. He" was shot, and.'kilie young political'an if this section. bowing on Thursday but at no time in the game lastjnight did they look dingo rous. Thct WandiTers__ Tip thc'Ptrohg team defense JIH! on the- line. Small and, Ross ntfons b ard. actioii is the result of ma'de "by the union to th'e uny direct grants towards annuity They would bear the-expense ministration and contribute indirectly by'allowing on -of annuities. The'j annxiitie.i-'would be earned on a Jour j per cent basis (question i of actudlr rate to b3 paid-over further 'consideration Mr. -Fielding stated that this annuities plan-had no connection with ..question of old j age pensions which had b2en 'referred r- MAN, -WHO GAINED "to a social comittee. The" jnent- did noi desire to interfere with 1 the'annuity business by the) insurance but ,would >li 'throhgh play "while the opposing pair- at1 the other" end found it almost imposible. to break Winning, March follbw- np ajxjpared in yesterday's Tribune: 'he Tribune was informed on excel- ent 'authority twluy that Mr. Isaac K. C., of Winning, has offered the position of chairman yf the railway commission mads va- cant by the death of Judge KHlam. The- gentleman who gave the he had every reason to ba- ieve that Mr. Campbell would ac- cept the position. H. AFTER TORONTO OLOftC Mtmbtrt Charge fey Uferai Organ r' Ottawa, March extraordin- ary fcene was vviLuesed. in the House of Commons yesterday afternoon. Mi'Mber after member of the Op- "i-itk.n rose to question the accus- ation of the Toronto Globe that they iitd weii guilty of crime of mutilat- lif. original documents of which they obtained possession by order of he House. Bennett, East Simcoe, capped the jlimax by calling the editor of the jlolv a pious, mug-faced hypocrite, and H. IS. Ames stated on his xmsibiliry as a member that the nutilation charges as far as he was eoncemr-d would have to be with-j drawn inside of twenty-four hours or he would know the reason why. liorden also denied the Globe charg- NO HOPE FOR MINERS Bertie Efcrts at Cileries Frtfe TEN YEARS IN PEN Ont., Jimke, of -Toronto, has been sentenc- ed to ten years in Kingston peniten- tiary for having robbed a store at liuckhorn of "and pointing a gun at two ladies who were th'ere. SEEING ALBERTA .1. II. Skoith, secretary of the Roarils of Trade of Sou- thern Albertn is in leccipt of a from tho Frank' lioard of Trade tins ihc adoption of a tion lOvtKcm Miiclrctizic, The proposition is "to have tin exchange of excursions between the State of Wasl.inffLon and Alberta, the one to AlV-rtii to take place du- ring the harvest season and the oth- er later. >lr. made the suggestion to the" Spokane of Couimerccjind agreed'that it should IK- done. The Prank .Board of Trade thinks the Hoard it up. PRO. BASEBALL TAKES TUMBLE Western Caiada League Goes Out ot Bisaess Meet- isg at Calgary ttirminKham, March long period of anxiety and suspense over the fato of the entombed miners at Hampstcad Collieries came to a heartbreaking end hist night for the crowds waiting at the mouth, of the pit when it was that des- pite the most heroic efforts: there, was no, possibility of any of thc''men be- iny taken out alive. Fire broke inthc Colliery hist Wednesday even- ing, twenty-six miners being caught in the pit. Since then every man available lias been engaged day and night'in building a new the object of reversing the ventila- tion, awl clearing the. shaft of foul fumes. This work meant- the remov- al of hundreds of tons of earth, thc installation of new fans and other' !apparatus but disappointment cecnbd disappointment. At first re- peated efforts of rescue" parties to ivach the miners failed, several mem- bers of the parlies being overcome by fumes, all efforts in this direction having to be abandoned. Then" tha it newf.culvcrt was be- trun and when tbc work had boen ac- complished it, found that falls of had blocked the ventilation PLACING .-IMMIGRANTS J" Uruca the Commissioner Calgary, March the doors below involving-further delays. Western Canada baseball league is t Only yesterday was the system final-'" The meeting called this after-1 iy found to be working and supply- noon by president Bruce Robinson 'suDK-ient cool 'and "pure air to was attended only by. L.-F. Fields, j permit explorations. So hopes ran Edmonton. .and Medi-jhigh latc last nighti only business tenlay the men quarrelled about th Democratic -Vatipn agcnt C0-opcration of Immigration at written to Mair, Winnipeg, hns tho local hmni- in which ,1. .1. Baifey result >f great ttow of Paul Lanibcrmoat.-competed particular- result that the didnte, filed a pi o test cliaiginff _t c .imj other who want help Democrats-state "central fr to cine Hat wore not represented. Rob inson handed in his resignation. Sec- body had been recovered; it wos- thal of one of a rescuing party, who rctary Fred Johnston although m' the overcome by fumes and bv city did ,not attend. An attempt j his companions in the mine several will probably jje made to'organixe a n-lghts rtgo. yct there is no trace league, composwrof 0{ tfcc ctutrSt arc StrathcoTna'and Edmonton. such lo the of them controversy js alleged a Kemp -a liar. Tlic friends of -to locflte thc EX-M.P. VERY ILL Ijrouirht (o the surface ii.-1 BY HARRY ORCHARD HAYWOOO CASE, STILL PERSISTS THAT HE IS TRIAL ON MURDER CHARGE themselves to providing small "an- nuities at a low cost.- The lirwit plac- ed on 'an annuity 5s and thi.s limit applies as well to a,'.md 'and wife "jointly.. .The age at which the- payment of annuities may begin is fixed at 55 men thought; thc incident: trivial iuul conie lo lhc comi- that it had apparently been' ten until Lust night when Senator Kenip. with a drawn cd'iiito Hyde's place- of business, ompanicd by .1 friend, unarmed, Kemp still keeping his re-, volyer in s'ght, demanded gy, which was Ive'mp is thetf allegetl to have slappeil The--Senator's fiiends at this-point interfered and separated "the two men who thereupon agreed to meet and fight it out. with revolvers: Senator Kemp -then left and Hyde went into cd in thc bill introduced The annuity, will not, be'transferrabie and will be exempt from seizure un- less the uimuitant mates his invest- ment in an nniuiity with -a fraudu- lent purpose. The annuities "would be absolutely secure and would be cheaper, than the ordinary annuity because .the cost of "administration would be borne by the government. Caldwell, Idaho, >farch V Orchard yesterday before Judge Fre- mont Wood, in the District Court, was allowed to withdraw hi.s former not. guilty, entered at his first ftrraignmont when he stood mute and entered under the plea" of guilty to" the charge of murder'in thc first degree'as charged in the indictment. Wood will sentence Orchard on Bobcaygoon, Ont., March Uharlca .Fairbairnl ex-M.P., Ls very! Ulrniinghnm, .March 11.-Thc rescue-. seriously ilf with pneumonia at" his -which has engaged m home here. )plormg the colliery at ITalstead, which niught fire "lasL Wednestlay cv- r tuning resulting in twenty-six miners Iwing entombeil, has found -thirteen bodies up to three o'clock this after- noon, no trace of any survivor bo- ihg. PRESIDENT OF FRANCE WILL VISIT ENGLAND his house nearb.s and secured rs- GREAT BRITAIN WILL MAINTAIN HER SUPREMACY ON THE KING EDWARD AS A DIPLOMAT announce- >foyer was diMniascd. Judge Wood questioned Orchard a4" to whether fully understood the status of the to fCemp to waK for whichjsiLs lo France has teiitative to volvcr. he c-iinic out-he'shotit- menl. that one of King Edward's vi- was given in a manner to please all parties nnd to inspiru confidence thiu there would no relaxation in Un- case, what it-meant for him to plead !the Senator did.- They an agnvmcnt for an official visit T're.sident F.iilirros if he that to I cnch other and Hyde opened fire, two to London next, plead guilty to'the tharges of the1 shots fatally Bounding tlie Senator; May. the di-tnils'of which will set- of efforts-to uuiintsiin the navy up to London next, the 'strength the public desires. indictment meant pleading fully to thc chnfgV of -First imirder. I'erfectly any emotion in face or voice Orchard answered that he had gone, over 'the itarch Orchard pleaded to matter thoroughly with his" attorney 'laving killed former Governor Stucn- and had made up his mind definitely. who died within thirty minutes the Hyde not i the ronchiMon when thc king passes th.rouglij said: to At of his statement Jlr.' M hope that is tmitt' J'nri.s on his return, gives UK- great-' explicit niul witnesses claim tlint'Kcmp did sati.MV.ution Iwre. Ir is under- Falliens' visit Ft remains on record and it ought to reassure the House tlm> do intend this mattor to be VALUABLE DOG POISONED Ni-w York, if arch Georgu T. Gould's famous English bull dog winner Hi'150 prizes in one >'oar- for-which Mr. Gould paid is the victim nf ppLson. The', ani- MIH! died Monday night in the Gould at Lakcwoofl. Whether the bulldog was poisoned by accident or no one at tlii- konnelrf last would say. It is rt'jxirted, :r. that Mr. Gould srapo.d a private mvnterious, (loath. lias etiV to ferret Raronet'n man of middle ago PRAIRIE FIRE from tho north COLEIAN CHRONICLES PRESENTATION TO BANK MANAG- ER LODGE March Friday Saturday Mrs. McLeod of Mich- ell, a sister of Mrs--G. C. of the mine at Cole- man, visited at Mrs. Charlie Dunlop's returning to Michcll by the late train Saturday. Saturday night an interesting cv: cnt took place in.our town, when 9 of gentlemen, intimate- frionds of his met at tlie rooms of tho iKink to say farewell Jo Mr. Gco. Kwing who has mana'ger of "the branch of Easlorn Townships bank over since its Ublishment here. Some time ago Mr. iKving received notice -of 'his ap pointmonl to the managership of the new branch to be-opened at Ft-r- nie. B. C., and has simply been waiting tmtil his "successor that he micht to that town to as- enberg by the expiosroii of n dynamite at the '-side gate of his resi- Icnce hero early in thc evening of necenilKT 80, Ilfi Was arrcst- -cil for the crime on January 2 and in "February that he was hired to kill by William Secretarj' Charles II. Meyer, president, and George A- I'ct- tibonc, honorary of the Wes- tern of Miners. TTay- were tried in BoiseVml The cnsc against .Judge Wood allowed the pica to be changed, and 'set the date for sen- tence. After tho acquittal of Putti- the opinion wa-s expressed jn quarters that Orchard "would Seiiiitor iCemp wa.s 'that President aiul Tlvde is 2-t! will-be one of state, conv.-sponiling to left The Times, in an He had not iK-en the nijihi outlines with President Lou j itorial this morning, says: "After so. from tho north last jilt's visit-to King Kdvvanl in and a Oecla ration of night report a big prairie fire raging The- king thus continues his well j policy a.s this ue will be satisfied along line. It came from the i known efforts to in receivetl satisfac1 south and was up to the rail- up to an early hour today. take advantage of every "legal right he mighC have to obtain his' own re- lease or light sentence, Thc stand he took was a sufpriso to most persons and his attorney says it- was entirely voluntary on his part nnd against the advice of many who had seen and. -talked with him.r SETTLERS ARE COMING FAST :iirimes; J. B. S. McPhee, resenUtive of the W. C. T-. U. addres- s'. Bosworth. H: X.. Fiake, X. Norrie, f f. F. Pouch and Mr. Buchanan met in voorr.s so long occupied by Mr. fr; Field-' FARMER DEAD BY ROAM IDE 'Smith Falls, Ont., March ing has 'announced that tho. 'midget! Fox' n fiirmor of township, noxt Tur-da-. waA found by the roadside near town this morning. .He had been ia Fails yesterday and it is thru while on his way home will b CITY NOTES .Smith's The Young Men's Hub intend gi---'fcn from the sleigh and was stunned, ing. a concert on Thursday of next: He )RV tnc snow an njght and was He was 33 yc-ars old week. A number of: the best tak-nt in the city have 1.5cen secured for the., progmmiTie, w'hirh is lo IMJ of' a high standard throughout. Two flocks of wild pjeosc were seen flying" northward yesterday out be- lay badly frozen. HOMESTEADER DROPPED DEAD FHmorCr March a homesteader "dropped dead The teams most likely to be formed j t ween Spring Coulee and Haley. Go- today from heart failurr: while talking are Ciphers have boon out for' sovern.1 days. to a friond. Moates en me here from last bunch of nineteen. After j a great manj men whp are; Already] Ctcrks, Michigan. He was 45 years of age. lime was limited to twenty minutes all adjourned lo the Pacific Hotel sach way resulting in a score of one where, a bountiful' banquet was to nothing lor Cow ley. Monday Mrs. Hy stop trayellinf rep- fifty sat down. spread and fully one hundred and here are coming into' the country now. On this morning's Calgary lo- cal no less than sifc molhcrsrholm and other points. with families 'ranging front three to seven "'children V.hp were going to tlwir "husbands at Nftnton, Claros- tale "Men, and possibly others. IVvn of Mast night, from returned j an extended trip GUN DISCHARGED; DEAD St. Thomas, hotel sent two bus loads of mothers states, and children over 1o tho train morning. The Windsor through Califoniin and other Coast j lie has returned 10 Southern Taylor-'fs dead from injuries received ever couvincedjby the accidental a gun this! more, than j-lhiit there is no hetter place to liveJ while hunting with two other ;