Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOMflNG NEW GOVERNMEffT WN.R. FRIDAY, MARCH NO, II ID. Haiti Has Assad the Rapwsile Task St. John, X. B., Marcjh HohhiBon tgovcrhjiienl hab resigned niul .T.'lX Ifuzcn, Conservative leader haS been summoned to form cabinet.5 iTiucen is e'xpcctwl to rompletc his cabinet or Monday1 when writs for necessary reeleclions will be issued' ut once, it is taken for g'vmtcd that Messrs. 3rorriscy, 'and Fleming, Car- will be in the cabinet and Char- Kent, und St. City geif N Members froin either York or Quc-ens complete the' Hstr Out- 'government'- made no an- iBOUiicernent of uppoiruments to pro- vjncinl service. 4 ,'Tho Herald Mulloy Fund 'has got a fctart. So it will, now grow- rapidly no jxjoplc are more ready- to reco'gulze pluck daring, coiir-' age and perseverance than the constituency' "Vi om the' homo 'of Horse corner af rea- dy response to Uw? for LoVnc Mulloy wh'o gave- his'eyesight for his country, and is now seeking by'a university Give him 'a lift." The Dr. F. H. Mewburn The Lethbridgo Herald 5.0A OPERATOR IS H MEXICO DEBATING AT OHAWA ON BUDGET HML Ceo. L Faster is Pes- II I Bfl swstac as UwJ-lr. 4, PittrsM's Answer Blaaed tor Arafat at DmMfe Jnctin M C: P.1 Hedicine Hat, March Pat Egan, well know.ii detective of the R. N. W. M. P. has been across BISHOP, New York, March Rev. H. Fowler, bishop of the Methodist church died at his home here today. He was a native of Bur- ford, Ont. INVITED TO JAPAN Washington, March -Jap- anese government has extended an in- vitation to the United States govern- ment to have the Atlantic battleships fleet visit any port in Japan its outward cruise around the world. The question of its acceptance or re- fusal Was onsidered by the president and his cabinet today. SHAKE UP IN CAPITAL March There a big up in construction "in" the Capital Lacrosse Club at' .a meeting !ast night and Dr." Chabot, its new r who declined accept. office for another year. He "was however made honor- ary president. is vice president and T. F. Clancy is secrc- tury tie.-isurer. The executive is ad- mittedly a strong body of men and gojxl work is expected of them- this year. MINERS QUIT ON APRIL 1ST Indianapolis, Ind., March national convention of the United Mineis of America completed a dis- cussion of the report of the scale committee by sections. The first sec- tion adopted today one TV hich levies an assessment of 50c. per month on all members of the or- ganization. The assessment, as ex- plained yesterday to the convention by Secretary Wilson is for the pur- pose of adding to the fund for the assistance .of members of the union who, by failure to secure contracts on April may be forced, to idle- ness. Other sections adopted author the international. executive .board to increase, decrease or "discontinue the assessment; ordered miners r to proceed to where contracts were signed or joint conferences are being Fort Dodge, Towa, March M. Egan, member of the Canadian Government police force, shas been in this city_ tracing H-_M._CarderJ former operator on the Canadian Pacific, who, it is alleged, caused wreck, in which three were "killed, two years ago.' Carder, 'while stationed at Medicine it is said, failed to deliver orders (sent him and two trains crashed. He disappeared and: his 'flight Jcausqd a, charge off'man- him.: He was traced here and the charges were filed-with'United missioner 'Johnson.- Indications are that he is- now located' some- where in "Ifexicol" r Carder is 1lie operator who was on duty, at Dunmore blamedor .responaibleTjor .the ago R. John- ston's place; Just east of Medicine Hat.- The disastrous Tconsequerices to Engineer and his friend, Mr. Oliver, whose injuries all proved arc too well remem- bered to repetition. Carder was'supp.sid to have taken horse and fled "across into Montana and it w2s txot generally: known that police 'still on his track. Ottawa; March, In the Com- mons Hon. G. E. Foster continued his criticism' ofo Mr. Fielding's budget statement: "It "-was "worthy of note, how modestly the minister had louched on trade other years the business ditions had been the important_.lea' tare of his 'budget.- He thought the time Vas opportune the business people of the country to sit down and take stock and .ask themselves "Whither arc The r goveiuraSuta policy all along has been one of opportunism politic- al Mr.Foster did not think Canada would "get much trade front the treaty .with -France. The trade- would bt bsnefitted but slightly: Tlie revenue would suffer to the extent of, the products of. ..twelve other countries f, f _ will ha admitted to the Canadian mar- kets at "less duty, without any cor- responding advantage being received return. The trade returns, Mr. Foster'-arguedx ba relied on as correctly the w de- velopment of the country. He illus- trated. his argument by saying that the export of a certain number of bushels of wheat in 1907 would look much bigger than in 1906 because oi .the largely increased value of wheat. The figures would f look much better in the trade returns but the industrial ictivity in connection with the pro- -luction and would be about j ihc ?ame in "both seasons.-- JIou. Win. Patcraon "remarked thatj be' "many tines pockets of, the people Mr. 'Foster in 'reply said that- when. -the exriorts iiicreasc price f there -is) iuc the people have to pay, to get i real state 'of development it is ne- gTu behind the" present val- uespnnd, get atTthe .volume of business being done. 1'roceeding, Mr. Footer laid stress which had the government r. to the Ottawa platform.-' faithfully car- ried Freo trade it" fa uqver a plank in that platform, he contend- The" debate wag-continued by W. F, CocJcshutt, of JBrkiiiford, who charged that graft'ttoeiu'ed "jo thrive in the in- land He also hinted that suspieiuub of a recent large importation of stoves at which', he h'ad reason to believe were largely under valued.- He wondered Mr. Patterson could prate of when 700 men had been pat pf this win- ter in town, Urantford, and people had by charity over the country; Hjllon. Mr. Sifton adjourned the'deWu- at 11 p.m. MAN DR.GALBRAITH ELECTED TO SENATE Of New IWvmiiy of Aiarta--Jifce Staurt isCkocdlor GALBJRAITH Appointed Senate of the University of Alberta HARRY RECOMMENDED BY THE the rate of exports. increase in. imports TED HIM'TO J March Wood, in _the district court" at Cald- wel today sentenced Harry Orchard death for the murder of Ex-Gov- YOUNG MEN'S CLUB It Was a Most Successful and En- joyable Affair is ccssful in getting together a baseball aggregation as" they were in securing talent for thoir concert last night, there will be no'tecond in tfie city league race. Their boast; that it would given fnXeth- briclge was in the opinion f of the large crowd th.it filled Wesley Churcfi uiuply justified. From the time that opened ?thc pro; gramme with a prixe organ s'oicTuntil he plnyed "'God Save tfcc King" after doing his gymnastic stunts, there was not n dull'moment nor a flaC number His orgnu solo was given in his us- ual pleasing style. "The Skippers of Mr. Poster complmned of the lackjernor Stuenenbuig, but ars Oiit... Mmch About 2.30 josterday morning Messrs. Howes and Brooks, reside over a jeweler's store, were awakened by a noise ai the door. They called out, when a gun was fired, the bullet go- ing through the window, the .shot being followed by three who began to fire in all directions. Crooks and Ho_we tried to escape, but were grabbed, gagged, and strips torn fiom the, sheets in..their which the jobbers .searched for money and valuables. They relieved Brooks of and Howe of .his watch and then made their escape. NINE CHANGE AT FRANK Edmonton, Miucli follow- ing the personnel of the Alberta Univeisity Senate which has just been Mr. Justice Stuart, Calgary, chan- cellor; kv OrUcio A. C. A., B.G.L.. L.L.D., minister of Education, Edmonton; H. M. Tory, M A., L. L. D., president. Appointed Justice Beck, B. 'A., Edmonton; Rev. J. H. Riddell, B. A., B. Edmonton; R. C.-Brett, M.-D., Banff j R. J. Hutch- Calgary; ,T. A. McDougii, Kd- .-iioiiton; P. J. Nolan, A., K. C., The Frank paper says th'at H. L. Calgary; J. J. Gaetz, Rod Deer; 0. Frank has disposed of al his interest Boyd, M. D., C. M., Medicine Hat; i in the Canadian Arneiican Coal Co., >V. S. Galbfaith, M. D., C- I.cth-jto the French shareholders and that K. Strathy, Ljicombe. i farmer general manager S. W. Gebo H. L Frank Dnptses of Interests to French Shareholders Elected A. Kennedy, M. D., Macluod; W. D. Fen is, M. D., Edmonton; J. McCaig, U. A., L. H., Edmonton; R. S. Jenkins, B. A., M.A., Strathcona; G. Hnrcourt, B. A Kd- monton. COAL COMPANY MEETING Shareholders of Diamond Mines Pleas- ed with Year's Work At a meeting of the shareholders of the piamond Coal Company, lim- ited, held this at the ncad of- fice of the company, thorc were quite a numbcc ot .shareholders present, and more thrCL-quarters of the shares of the were repre- sented -by shareholders present or by The directors submiLtetl their re- port to Uttr-incettKg; and -also tlie fin anctal .stutomuut, ''which "was appro v- information as to trade and investment in Canada- The statistical department of agriculture, -lie fcaid', could only of information.- Touching on the construction of the national transcontinental railway, Fielding had lead .tlie country to" believeT that it would in the end not cost tlie country more than the surplus of 1902-03, or indicated that many milions in "of the esti- mate finished amid at clock, having sfrken in" airfive ..hours' Hon. followed af-. dinner Adjournment. tcd Mr. Footer on the length of his speech. The minister took up a com- parison of, the growth of the expendi- that the board of paulqns committee commute.the Fentence' to imprison- ment for life. The judge gave as his reason for the recommendation that Orchaid had told the exact truth in the Hay wood trial testimony. NEW MASONIC LODGE ment showed chat some hail already been cxpenclad on this The prospects are vecj" bright, for the future of this company A vote- of thanks was tenderofl to the retiring diivctoi's and manager. The directors and olliccrs were ic- _eiectcd: Pivsklent. Hon. G-. LL V. Rul yea; Dr. C. W. Claike F. Stephens, Winnipeg, Dr. L. X, Vancouver: L. M. John- stone. Lcchbridge; C. if. Graves, Thos. Mr; Underwood uns rcappointwl manager sccretary-trensurL-r, and T. II. Seyraoi.tr, auditor for the company. held on April 1. and ordered, all min- S_l- was rendered by Mr. H. ers to cease work on that date in Mlch n "'ny ns to receive districts nhere no contracts enthusiastic encore. Miss Tlings been signwJ or whore joint conferenc- j with es" arc' not 'in progress. All addition tho a] details were left to the -national, hoftnl in executive board. After of solo was a delight Hearths gave one accomplrshmants f- G. .E. and the scale committee had been adopt- srave groat pleasure ns usual. Miss cd by sections without change it was in her piano and adopted as a'whole and the com-jns nccompaiitei, clearly mittcc discharged. i on Back Turriff Will Sufcmit :His Evidence Ottawa, March B.. M. Finnic, assistant general manager of the Bank of Ottawa wns before the Com- public accounts committee to- day in connection with a transaction between the bank and T. A, 'Burrows, M. P. for Douphin, respecting timber land purchases In Western Canada. Finnic gave evidence as to _two cheques bc-aring on timber berths. No. 1031 f or II and -WO res- pectively. Burrows had a small ac- count at 'the bank but special deposit OF MASONS ALL OVER DISTRICT AT 1NSTALATION There werejjig doings among the Masons hist night when the, na lodgc Let lit nidge, t'. n., was insti- tuted with all P. had been to cover these two chines. He h'ad no knowledge of the Imperial Pulp compiny but Gen- eral Manager Hum, of the Bank of Ottawa had given hvstruciions that letters addressed to that company were to be given to the bank. On January 27, JS04, on a similar Iwo cheques for ami The Opposition upon pro- j duction h! Burrow.-, account by the Bank of Ottawa, bur chairman Clark ruled that-the bank wwf' to disclose dealings with tomcrs. The man who knew best about these transactions and cheques in question was Mr. Burrows himself nnd the chairman said the member for Dauphin should be heard On further demand" by the Opposition for Burrows' accounts, the chairman ruled against them and appealed to the committee which resulted -in a vote of 25 to 16 in favor of Chairmri Clark's ruling. Maclean, of Lunenburg. moved that S Mr. Turriff M. P and M.'ss Munroe, of: the interior'..-.department be sum- moned to give- evidence next WctJnea- turc since 190G. He admitted that he gloried in the increased iiat, and. the'increased revenue." Mr. terspn touched upon the Halifax plat- form; and ventured 4 the opinion that the. Opposition was tied to the sheets of a ch'ariot belonging to "William of the World." Mr. Paterson up Mr. Foster's point that because the revenue had increased it was a result of increased taxation. A' man who made such a statement h'ad. "fiscal follies" in the head and would'never be entrusted with the affairs of the country. The speech of Mr. Foster, Mr. Patterson, said, had been merely a fepitition of staK1 slanders and mis- statements. He pointed out he Telegraphic Briefs r _County nmgi.stratc T. J. Woodcock of Newmarket, ;has committed due pomp and cere- t presenti from H to return to again take that posi- tion and that he has received a con- tract'from the C. P. a thous- and tons of coal a day. FAVOR LEAD BOUNTY At a meeting of the council of the GERMANS DO BATTLE WTTH NATIVES Severe Eagigenert ii the Kalhari Desert-May Boilin, Maich government publishes a cablegram .from South Africa reporting a battle between the German expeditionary forces and a body of Hottentots in the Kalhari desert. The German troops had been sent out to find Simon Kopers, the last (of the Hottentot chiefs who is still hoatile. The engagement was a very severe one. The enemy lost 58 killed. Seven men and several wo- men were captured but Kopers es- caped. The German losses were also heavy. Captain Von Erckert, com- mander oL the expeditionary forcCj Lieut. Ebinger 'and twelve privates killed and seventeen wounded, of whom, nine were seriously wounded. The German force left Cochas on Mar. G, four hundred and thirty strong, with four machine guns and seven hundred camels. They made forced marches into the waterless desert for Iloaid of Trade, a resolution u, as four days before stopping long enough I.-.___4___ n f n f passed advising that the bounty on. lead mined in Canada be continued. 1'icd A. S turkey 1'rc.sjdeut of the N'el son .Hoard of Trade-, who is piloting this movement went to Macloort this morning well pleased uith the rasult, of Jus with the of Tni'lc. getting Sfa'clcoU to fall in line he will return" to Xelmm. ii'r. StarkL-y says that the dustry arouricl is t-tcatlily atl- _ CRIBBAGE COMPETITION SAD DEATH OF CRIPPLE London, March Vroo- man, ten yi-ars old, :L was buraed to death in her home yester- day. DCG DID DAMAGE The dog owned by X Eraser L'virtcntly. is not satisfied with the effect the windoiv decora- tions of his owners. At anv rate iiij thfr naiiient the land were played off hist night, Bro. T. A. Underwood winning first prize 'and Dro. li.ixison .second.. The contest aroused great interest among the membur.s, and another Will nr- ranpcd for. Among those present ,nt thu nice-ting of the lodge llros. Long and Moore, of Medicine Hat; Riulcliffo, CJaley, Calgary; and IloIliL-rton, Uranlforfl. After.ahe closing of the lodge the visiting bre- thren to supper at r the .Hub Cafe. HERALD THE.BEST DETECTIVE 'tint-Were Taken Station the Daily Herald did the trick. This Lime it located Cnrne's chickens and chicks. Last night when "Billy" Green of the Wes- tern. Warehouse Transfer Co. read the account of.. ullegwl theft of tho potiHrvr, he recalled Ihc fact that hu ,and "Shorty" Phillips had h'ad some diilicuHy in locating some birds the. night Svi'orc. Wilson, an- j Recovered Chi From to cook a fresh supply of food. The- only watvr found was a dirty pool- which was insufficient to quench the thirst of the Cupt-ain ert finally located the Hottentots in c.imp on March 17. He began the attack the next morning at day break and soon there fierce fighting all along the" line. The German ,com- the second in- command took the second officer in confand took charge of the expeditionary which drove the Hottentots from one position to another .until finally they broke and fled ia all directions. Chisf -been badly-j weakened ba necessary for the Germans to con- tinue a vigilant watch over the ap- proaches to the dt-sert. A collision between Gorman troops, accompany- ing an expedition which is engaged in delimitiing of the Cameroons and natives albo was reported. A LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Miss ,-Ioslyn went .to Grassy Lake this, morning, where shu will vi- sit for; a few days. G. II. Johnston and Miss C. A. t'ooksley. hjive ruritcd .stores in the new. Hill Bloi-k, p.ifftdn St. Harry Slsiter and wife of Vancou- ver. B.C., arc visiting their broth- er-in-law E. J. Hill. T. C. litjiigla of Lethbridgc, M.. Dniry and fi of Calgary formerly by .-V, A. Campbell aro when loft, in the store alone on .recent arrival from North Da- .spending the day in the city. Work commenced at the gas well yosterduy and it be pushed a.s far. as possible pending-the" arrival of the pipe-. Constable Muihc.son wont tp Mnc- v- night ho diligently set-to Kcfore taking some lumber and this morning uith Walter Shep- renriianging the delicate the amL Tabcr. J lie was on his first duty other stuff to his homestead bad ask- p.ml. who is .illcgwl to the- Transfer Co. to over to from which twenly of the twen.' ns "watch all unknown to his j his car and tuk ty-thrua members of the lodge came! i owners, who found that the articles of j-afi- ki District Deputy Grand Master, ,C.W: were not "handled they uvre K. Gardiner of Mnclood had V" "II xwlu inunu. j of the institutory exercises. Hie of.j "'nioy g.ulicrod up the frnmonts ou fleers of the new lodge arc: there for on a chafjgo of perjury. It is stated that Winston Churchill and Waller Kemciman will into the llmish cabinet nn early j tcr date. If., Bro. Scrgt. Raven; W.V-M.. A. S W., D. Bro. G. Whelen: Soc'y Bro. G. V. Storkey; Treos., T. Graham; S. Hro. F. J. Mc- x Keovvii; .1. T. 0. Bro.-T. S." Harold; S.S.VBro. .I.-Rupk; J.S., Bro. 0. St. C. Mobrc; Tyler, Bro. A. G. Ni-dham. After the duties of the evening bad Ixicn performed the large, gathering of MnspliF. jiartook of. n swell banquet .provided by the new lodge-. The us- ual list honored.-, "The King" "and "The The Grand io which D.D.G.M. Gardiner and Rt. Wor. Bro. 1'atterson respond ed.- "The Grand Loilgo Manitoba'' by Wor. Kro. .T. IT. VlccUvood, .and Wor. Bro.-.J. U. Higinbothura. "Sis nnd Visit msf Brethren" money under false' jwrtenccs. his, poultry to Lnst. n man with a iff nntil his return, t-nm nun a democrat gavc ,a great and IJilly went after them of reckless driving on Hod made of. Rliss. could find no birds except two .path MUKM.gh the horses race-1 side of n car apparently furiously, no has been rcport- for i hem to take. When ed. tht> Her.ild article the com j While standing .u the rloor of the p.my reported n, the police-that Union at noon today Win. Al- c.- i i i i r ,r 'poultry was in Mr. Kenny's stable Imlice suddenh fainted and fell strik- bickler charged before M.igus-1 imm-vu .mu striK. lor safo keepmjr. trnte-s Lay ton and West at Tabcr yc-s-' terday. wiih threatening to shoot one ITenry Hudson wo.s fined SlO'attd' costs or in default of payment in jail. W. C. Simmons sotted the Attorney-General while P.--Wallace-defended. COURT AT TABER .Mr. Currie has his j ing.his head on the stone sleps. fowl and country still retains its. Though stunned for a -tew" in'mutes he. name. soon His Houses Were Stolen While 111 Telegraphic Briefs Woodmen-oi the World have cd C. C.-Uodgins, M.r.P., "Lucnn. as council roiumandor. London, Mar. Mr. John Morris Goodwin, of Brondcsbury, wont to Grocn on Friday, aftor having boon confined to his house for a month with influenza, to Police Constable Bryant said that on February 10 he saw Morgan pul- ling down these promises. He said to him, "Arc you clearing them all iway, old chap." to which Morgan .Tobn er of look aftt-r s-wno property at Nos. 2fl6, replied, "Yes, I have'orders to shift nnd 300 High Road, consisting The officer him working 70 vorirs of ago. a frtrmrmaH and wsodon on the buildings several davs, and i The asset; of Lind, Kerrigan Co. of OnL, a few days ago, .are placed at about with liabilities n little over that amount. 000 on. shown. timber berths 1122 were On the same day Burrows] by about a masters including of Wor. Adams. Scott, Stephen- son and'others. 'During the evening songs irivett -oyrBro's. J. H. L.vPrince, G. H. Johnston, Yen I? U Mc- nnd others; Tho County, is (lend from in- uries hy falling from a load found them gone. ionc day lip saw a building which he This was Mr. Gocnlwin's statement 1 was fall on him to the Wilesdon T'olice Court, when I b'iry llimforgan and hie npeared to pro-socute Joseph that vvas not much nurt- (fiths. his wife Elizabeth, and George !He wont on with his work and-pulled lion. A. of Oucltcc, deliver Morpan, nil living, who were charged jdown al1 thc buildings." Lcgisla- with stoaiing a quantity of lumber Mrs< Griffith Md the Magistrate that fifteoTi people were engaged in ed his budget speech in ture yesterday forecasting n and property dav. Sir. Turriff exprt A. -hit of the evening was a comic read- ing by Bro. BcBvvood of Tabcn Donley of Simcoe, orn} other kept, so-' of deeds for Norfolk Bounty, died last night, aged He" father of building material the of-'Sl.OOO.'tOO the end of the fis-! Of Mv. Goodwin.- yenr of .lime HO, 1908. Mr. Goodwin stated that he found the Imildinps "completely wiped off removing the property ijig until long past bedtime, when the j Pichotte, deposited to his'credit, to give evidence nignr, lie was most successful Masonic meeting ever of ngo. farmer .residing near G Don1y' of anCA' in Lethbridgc concluded. Uau Point, fell from his sleigh- Ua 19 lodge a.membership .pf-tTcn-J returning homo from the Ottawn V fc fc He leaves a wirlow and one lorty-six years i Gatin- while mnr I tlie earth." more coming fn'st. CONDUCTOR KILLED I Orilin, Qnt., 'March.'. Trunk conductor Mooney, of Lindsay, The buildings were permanent nnd j w.ts killed in the yards here' while heavily tiled, and quite damag- j shunting. He was 25 years old and cs had been done. More than twenty i married only about a year. He t-.ns of limber had teen removed. j leaver a widow nnd infant child.