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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Lethbridge, Alberta. Saturday, March Number 88. COLIN M.P.P. HAS PASSED AWAY Effort Of Going To Edmonton To Leg- islature Proved Too Much-Was Old Timer In Macleod 1'Mmonton, March Geiige, M.P.P. for Macleod, who has been suffering some time with acute kid- ney trouble, uied last night in tthe general hospital. Mr. Gtngefcasbewi in hospital since March 9, when he arrived in the city from his constit- uency, hoping to be able to attend the session of the Legislature at a time when.the.Great Waterways con- troversy was at its height. Six weeks ago he underwent an op- oration in the Lethbridge hospital he remained until coming to Edmonton. He was taken seriously ill at .Red Deer on his way to'the cap- ital and on his arrival here was forc- ed to enter the hospital, where he remained until death came to him. In his eagerness to be present at the legislative hall while the Groat Wa- terways fight was on he had" left Leth bridge unadvisedly with the fatal re- sult. Coliu Genge was one of the best knownmcn in Southern ing resided at Macleod since 1880. He came west in 1879 and joined the Mounted Police at Fort Walsh. He was a native of Kingston; Ont. He had amassed considerable wealth in his business ventures at Macleod. Latterly he had devoted most of Kis time to real estate. He been an active Liber- al and at the last provip.cial election defeated E. P. McNeill by a narrow majority. He was married to a daughter of -John Ryan of Macleod and. was a brother-in-law of Senator DcVeber. Besides his widow he leaves four sons and daughters, all living in Macleod. Mr. Gcnge was Jin 1899 mayor of Macleod and; has been president of the Agricultural Society for the past Y. M. C. A. SITE PURCHASED The deal lias been complet- ed whereby the V. ;M. p. A. sec-urea the three lots on the corner of Cutbill and Dufferin streets from 'St. Angus- tin's church. The church has purchased seven lots on the south-east corner of 'Dufferin and Ashinead streets. BOB EDWARDS IS ARRESTED Eye-Opener Editor Runs Foul Of the Authorities In Winnipeg TO ACT FOR If Au D U I 1 1 V; U Ule Insurgents in the 4- A L L V U U W U t L HAVE FREE HAND i 4- Kdmontbn, -March announcement made that the so-called Insurgents in the Legislature liave engaged E. F. B. Jdnnston, K. C., the eminent counsel, of Toronto, to conduct their end of tlie A. ii G. 'W. investigation be- fore Che .iloyal Commission, which begins its next week. Johnston has a reputation t3iat fe con- tinent wide and, -with Ills -ser- vices returned, the insurgents will he able to make the best possible out of -their, ehai-gfcs against the administration. A case which to as i recently added' to his lame.was his suc- cessful conducting of t'3ie de- fense of the ediror or the To- ronto Globe in the H'tel suit brought toy .Hon. George iE. 'Foster. Wiili 'him It is proa- that R. B. Bennett iwill be allied. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- Winnipeg, March C. Ed- wards, proprietor of a paper which goes all over Canada, was arrested last night on a charge of publishing obscene literature and was! later out on bail of Kvlwards; whose publication is known the "Eye Opener" has been on legal quicksands for a long Ijjne, but; four years. Anglican. In religion he was an take place on Monday afternoon at two o'clock. The remains will ar- rive from Edmonton on Monday night. Former members of the Mounted Police are invited to attend the fun- eral. In 1881 Mr. Gengc in company with a man named Bates built what was known as the Athletic Hotel in the new townsite on the. present site of the Queen's Hotel. He was after- wards sole proprietor of the Athletic and later on the manager of the Queen's Hotel. At the time of his death he was proprietor of the Mac- leod Hardware Company. He was a member of the I. 0. F. A sister Mrs. J. H. Smith, lives at Pinchcr Creek. MURDERED BY WIFE? i j Shooting Affray At J Whitemouth Man Whitemouth, Man., March theories are put forth to explain the shooting of Samuel Bovitch the White mouth farmer who died from the ef- fect of gunshot wounds. The first theory is that his wife at breakfast was handling some dishes on a shelf i behind her husband. The rifle was 1 hanging on a nail below and in some I way it is thought she knocked the j "f gundown, causing it to explode. Bo- i v vitch, who was sitting at the table. received the fatal bullet in his back, i H however, that this expla- j 4- nation is not accepted by the dead man's friends. Bovitch married only two weeks ago a mere girl not over seventeen years of age and it is alleged they I were unhappy. The night, before tho j shooting she went to her mother's j house and said she was not going to live any longer with Bovitch. Her mother sent her back to him. I Next moruing Mrs. Bovitch, accom- j panied by a younger sister, went home. When she arrived at the house i the sister saw things were in con-. fusion and decided to return back to Sir John French Is Hear Any Witnesses In .W. In- vestigation Edmonton, March to the opening; of the investigation of the Great Waterways railway deal, by the commission, in the legislative chambers on Tuesday morning, Mes- "W.R. Clark, president of Great Waterways, Railway, J. wM'l represented before 4. the Royal Commission by H. A. Robson, K. C., of Winni- 4. peg, -as well as by a firm of -4. lOhicago laiwyers. 4. It is also announced that 4. srs. W. L. Walsh, K.C., and L. M. tin; counsel appointed by 4, the commission to conduct the inves- tigation, have been busy for the past- day or two gathering up what evi- dencg, is immediately at hand. All the Documents in the case, which were laid upon the table of the leg- islature, and any other documents connected -With the case have been turned over to the secretary' of the commission, A. D. Harvie. There is a possibility tliat the com- mission will be compelled to travel to other points in the Dominion, or possibly the United States, to com- plete their evidence. This possibility arises from the fact that the com- mission cannot compel any witness residing or being at the time out of the province, to come to Edmonton their testimony. If any of; her own home.. When she arrived at thjrligjjsc the sister saw things were and decided to return back to her own home, not staying Coming To This Country ur. i Ottawa, March Sir between the two mar-Uohn Frcud the famous British sol- nobody knows. When the dier'will sail from Liverpool for'Ca- for bre; akfast the police until now. On coming to Winnipeg wjth his sheet, after being run out of Co'gary, refused the right to publish in Toron- to and getting a removal notice in Port Arthur, he, was .Viewed with gen- eral disfavor here, but his discussiom of questionable matters have been cie- verly veiled so tliat it was part of the tworfamily house ran out and was met at the door by nad his visit THREE INDUSTRIES WILL LOCATC HERE Report Of Board Of Trade-Exhibit For Spokane-Want Civic Clean Up -Freight Rates industries have their eyes ETNA ISSUES FLOOD OF LAVA Catania, March 4. eruptions from the side 4. craters of Alt. Etna continued today and Mie fiery river form- 4. 4- ed at the foot of .Mount Cas- 4. 4- tellaso moved slowly toward 4- 4- iiorrello and Belpasso, con- 4. 4- suming everything in its 4. 'path. 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-4- 4- 4- 4- R. B. BENNETT WILL BE COUNSEL Insurgents Have Secured Him To Act On Investigation the witnesses required in the inves-1 March is prac- ticaUy that R B Bennett of Calgary will represent the insurgents of the Leg- tigation are at the time out of the province, it will be necessary for the commission to proceed to the point at which the witness is found and take his evidence. Any counsel, appearing ia the inter- ests of any faction or individual whom the commission agree to hear, 1 on Lethbridge as a desirable location. The Board of Trade council at its meeting on Thursday had-before it z proposition from a large flour mill concern, a planing mill and a brick manufacturing company, the -flour mill would have a capacity of from to barrels a day. The brick yard need a site of five acres. The Board will look into the matter of sites and endeavor to secure these important concerns for this city. CITY WATER POWER The City .Engineer informed the Board in reply to its communicaUoa to the development of "wat- er power, at this point, that, as long as steam power could be produced so cheaply, water power would .be too expensive to enter into competition. PRINCE ALBERT'S REQUEST Thc Prince Albert, Sask., Board of Trade desired the Board's cridorsa7- tion of that city as the starting point for the Hudson- Bay" Railway? It was suggested that the communication be filed but Mr. Sick objected maintain-- ing that'it was too important a mat to be treated in that way. This route would reduce the freight rates on wheat and was what the farmers needed. interests of the islature in the investigation -'of the Great Waterways and it is re-j express opinion on: a railway Messrs. McKeown and Tilley poiut- out that i the Board was not. ported that he has been retailed at lo 1Iudson Bay but to declare V 13.Vnr rtf itn A IV. _ j it's or t n0t that was not good. She pushed past and saw the man lying on the floor. She ran to the neighbors ami gave the alarm. When a crowd had gath- thc victim was still able to sible to interfere with him with any j speak, and made a good will telling w.-x- ilWCVt C fn Si fc t will have an absolutely free hand in a lec per month, Jq paid presenting what witnesses and cvi- subscription from fifteen 'members will to somewhat of a private jdence he desires to the commission. jwno voted against the government on this question. Already a large bulk of evidence has been collected and some of this is said to he sensational. jsible the militia forces of the Doniin Jed this to a -Journal reporter yester- day. "H win not be necessary cs his remarks there, will be addressed to Sir Frederick Borden, Minister of Militia. As many troops as possible, espec- ially the cavalry and artillery will be assembled at Petewawa camp, which he said, "for any counsel to submit their evidence or quest-ions through us. They will have a free hand apart from Mr. Johnstone myself." certainty of proving a charge urtil this' instance. INSANE HUSBAND SHOT HIS WIFE his father to get together money which was owing; to him, to sell ev- erything and give the proceeds to his j brother but nothing to that woman, evidently his wife, and then he sol- emnly declared that she1 was the cause of his death and had fired the rifle. is now regarded as the cnief militia I The counsel will be ready to pro- camp of the Dominion. Sir John will visit as many of ihc possible while the troops [deal of Probably the Canadian Northern will abandon'" its first intention to build a main line west out of Stoney Plain and will instead proceed west from St. Albert. Surveyors arc now Springfield, Mo., .Mar. 2n. Mrs. Beach Ward was shot and killed last night by her invalid husband, who is thought to be insane. "She must TO SUICIDE before I was Ward's explanation.! BUT ONLY GOT MUDDY AGREEMENT WILL BE REACHED FREE TRADE DEBATERS WON j Hellingham, Mar. Breaking i away from a friend with whom he was j touring i.he 'water front here last night j Fred Wilson, a boilermaker, apparent-1 j ly bent on suicide ran away and went headlong over a bulkhead into the water. The tide was out and he land- ed in the soft mud of the tide flat. CITY-WAS won I Lethbridge leads the. Southern Iberia Debating League, having WELL RENDERED [the coveted position last night when jREMARKABLE i they defeated the representatives of j LEXTEN SERVICES TllC KlIOX Clim-Cll Choir Medicine Hat Y.M.C. and inci-i Scores a Musical >ntaiiy wiped off the stain of Crowds Attended _ >'-at- sulTiTCfl at the Hat last Success ThR dcbalc was vcry Last evening Gaul's "Holy City" was in fact that.the judges, Rev. T. j admirably rendered in Knox Church ,P- Perry, Andrews and W. A. i :lu- choir nnd friends. It. n tit Hamilton had a; very difficult matter i-bservnnce of Good Friday, -ml n i in coming to a decision. The' men of according to religious lU'.vo'ional service througho'it Where from the Hat scored on their delivery! authorities has been the most rc- ,ill snnpr well, it is html to cut.but the local men had tlu- best of itlmarkabic this city has ever known. .111y fnr monlinn. rflrtiiitily no nn of the work was better (lone or inoro than ihn choruses discussion being that it would ihr- choir as a whole. MMHV were lK.tlcr for Grrat J3ritain expressions or pleasure, mnny polk.y of tariff low already, and are pre- arc there. Many of the members of'pared to submit this at once. Along the Canadian militia have seen serv- what lines this evidence proceeds or ice under General French. what witnesses would first be called is not stated. W. H. Cushing, ex-minister of pub- lie works, was in the city yesterday and held a long conference with the 4. counsel yesterday afternoon. It is 4. believed that Mr. Cushing may be one Washington. .March of the first witnesses called, together An amicable agreement of -j-jWith members of the provincial cab- the Canadian tariff situation 4. inet. prdba'bly will ibe readied in -J- j next few days. Following j Major Rollami Curtis Chestman, conference between 71 years, died at his residence Canadian reprcsontattves and Washington. Me was a member President Ta.fi ur the the board of review of the pension The city's grant of was ack- nowledged with thanks. Accounts of for the recent smoking concert were approved. They have collected agood'hert to ycllowiiead. Advantage "of Thc Board wil1 issue 20'000 copies: this route will be that they will .cut I an daborate Pamphlet dealing with jceed" with the investigation Tuesday I locating new lines vest from St.-Al- m [avor of Prince Albert as the start- point. They argued that tbe ting itself' particular the entire council agreed. It was decided to ascertain from Andrew Carnegie the terms upoa- which he made grants to public li- braries. in on tho trade of. the north country by locating the main line ten miles north of the main line of the fi. T. P. By building vvest of Stoney Plain as originally intended would parallel the G.T.P. within a mile or two. SYMPATHETIC STRIKE IS OVER In La r ire American Cities New York, March The Lenten I The extraordinary thing ahoul it is The subject was one admitting of city has srcn tlu- greater attend- House today a statement was given OUT in which it was declared t'lut ilio negotia- tions had cakfii a form which gave assurances that a friendly understanding would IK? reached immediate- olfice and a youni: veteran. RUSH FOR THE WESTERN LANDS MAY GO TO Headquarters Ks Ti taWished by the Coin- j wissioiier in Alberta I Winnipeg. March groat COURT OF APPEAL estowed on Mr. ancc at the noonday services. Sev- jcral days this week the number at I Trinity with many on r. Justice Ma Jo Succeed Mr.. lice Oslei I tho rush of new settlers inio the Ai- [bena land disiriot cast of the irriga i tion land that of immigration lias found it necessary-to TjiUely j establish ten headquarters every tbir mik-s In territory and some o'" 'the mos: caiiahlo otficers of the force jhnvo been to lonk sifter now Pliiladcipbiu, March Thy gener- al sympathetic strike in this city is a thing of the past. The various un- ions who quit work out of sympathy with the striking car men are prepar- ing to resume work on Monday. A meeting of the Central Labor union will be held tomorrow at which the sympathetic strike wil be fcrmaly dt- dared off. Many union workers havo niuicipated this action and have al- the resources of the Lethbridge trict. It has been prepared by Sec- retary McNicol and is packed full of information. EXHIBIT FOR SPOKANE The secretary was instructed to ar- range for an exhibit at the Dry Farm iig Congress at Spokane in October and to purchase a trophy to be pre- sented as one of the prizes on that occasion. I FREIGHT RATES The question of freight rates was brought up owing, to an application the Vancouver Board of Trade has before the Railway Commission. If their request was granted, Lethbridge would suffer, and it was decided to ask the Board of Railway Commis- sioners to allow Lethbridge to pre- sent its cast: when the matter comes up. Complaint was made about the res- laurants and pea nut vendors doing business on the streets in competition, with citizens, who pav rent and taxes ivjuly returned to work. Leaders of the striking num de- clared to day that the strike will be continued ;Ul summer unless the Thr Mayor, who was present, the matter would be attended to. LETTER BOXES The postofficc department will be Philadelphia Rapid Transit. Company i {0 place more letter boxes ah- receOes from position. The com the city and to have more fre- pany on tho otiifi- iriwl claims its car service is improving daily and each day further removes chances of al! the strikers obiaining em- who so kind-1 on all o'.iirrs took part so willingly and well, i Hat the Ottawa, March is undersiooil 1 that the Cabinot was reprcsentetl by P. R. Bryenton The (ormor cities is founn in the new missionary t Bnssano ;iml tho decided to sm-jquai.Iprs for ,nese camps> stR point Mr. Justice Mngeo to the Court aro on ploy m mr the ill i in: I 11 f i In the process, of set rivor. which Is ihi.iy.fivc t Tite-firvj-. Or-1. r-j-n-1 rut i TOWN CLEANED OUT collections of mails. A CIVIC CLEAN UP. wil1 bc a a "Civic Clean t'P under the direction of the Firo Chirf. Mr. Sick complained about the TO- SHACKLETON IN AMERICA illg with from the stand evangelization llic liturgical and the point of the international side show-: non-liturgical people, those who have ing how the new system would affect Ihithcrtofore kept Lent and those who Britain's relation with foreign not made concessions. In PI tries. Mr. Jamieson. gave attention arlolpniaand C'hicapo and most of the to the way in which Britain would' thrYontrn attmdancrs derive benefit from closer relations j brokcn proVJous records. jWith the colonies. i Washington, March Hrnest j The Fm. sidc o{ {hp I II. Shacfclcton, the Antarctic explorer; was upheld by O. D. Austin who do- hore fenced free trade, showing the sue- i IFigli Court jndgeships tho :following names ;iro Middle.ton, K. Toronto, who ro- the eily before the :Council on the streo; railway iippenl; Mr. A. II. Clarke. K.C..M.P., of Wind Oni.. and Mr. I'. Maclennan, K 'C, of Cornwall l no north in POLICE COURT 'U U'C hotl, men wore and Shaciketon. arrived last nfehr. the guests of tho that had boon attained when mm imroH IT assault, crises were tried -before ambassador and Mrs. anr? Mrs. Bryco will on- proposi1ion shmvinj, whpre it wwsM j bound over to koop f equipment have been sent from the hall tiore to fix up tho vnrioiis camps BY DISASTROUS FIRE jler S5'slpm- isvstem. He advocated a gravity Va., Mar. 2.1. Only Mount Hope in Fayette county, as a result of a fire early to-day, the loss is at. BUILDING PERMITS HUCKVALE FOR MEDICINE HAT 4-i metropolis cooperating d istingii ishoci A niorican ROOSEVELT RECEIVED IN CAIRO Cairo. Egypt. .March has Roosevelt D.xy in Cairo, the old and new civilizations of Egyptian to give the a welcome that in cordiality and enthusiasm sur- lishment of a daily evening 4. j jvissed that, rew-ivod hy any ot.her paper for -Macleod. -i, foreigner within the memory of 1i< present generation. building permits Medicine Hal, March petition I has boon circulated for some time following ---------0 ,._........ have been issued