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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. j I Alberta. Wednesday, March Number DELEGATES TO OTTAWA ARE NAMED ASQUITH AND COMMISSION HEARD Conservative Meeting Ives Criticizes Independents S. Heuch, Cardslon; L. llarki-r. -Magrath; 0. King, Raymond; W. Ji. HOUSE OF LORDS Premier Makes State ment Of His Policy 'March As- cliiefs, 'y Rei A' when pltira> having. He the ;proposctf: would not want to get it action of -lustier Sifton in Mr. know and that Is the bench to enter politics. i :nn trying to get.Jt from yon." Me scornc-4 the so called indi-peuci- hare gotten these cnt Conservatives and mdcpcndcitt aocuments as a seeker for Informa- Conscrvativc press as a hindrance.'to j tion and I will divulge nothing wh.it- government. It was Conscrva-.ever it." lives' duty now to be out tuul out! Mr ,Xojan reserved vhe lo party men. to work accordiriK to' crcss.examine witness later on. their convictions ami vote the ,he session, this after-, j noon, the commission will'adjourn for After short but stirring speeches liv ,UVf) weeks from.today- I. T. Oibb, F. Karrcn of Magratfc, TV. j ___________' S. Ball of Lcthhridee and others f- h INVESTIGATE LOBBY CHARGES, motion to adjourn was made. I L. ashmgion. M irch House Among those present were: Ijjvj Harker, Eli Bennett and ttMlay ;i for nn Krcd Karrcn of D. S. Beach tlie that n lob- and XI. Wilson of' C'anlston; S. Er- by in Washington by vine. H. F. Annable, .1. H. to corruptly -nu- and FI. G. Myers of Taber- H. Pnce -lle 'Ho" Goodc, B. H." Floyi, Or. J. S. Stew-: of stlij) art, S. Bail, K. Adams, A. 11J McKeown, .f. J. Cameron, Dr. Mac- PKAIJJJJE FFKES donald, o. Richardson, R. Baldrv j C. Ivos. H. Boyd, H. Scott, S.I Harrison. II. Savory. R. Sage, E.! llaceli, .J. I. Eakin, W. 0. Hot-ton. J.1 TV1 Simpson, D. A. Simpson. J. I-. Manwaring; T. M. Evans. K. A. j Smith, T. Clarke, E. C. McKen- m, G. H. .Johnston, F. Lever, W. L. Cope, C. Frascr. L. L. and others of I.cthbridgc. COME EXPENSIVE of Pinrlicr ('reek District Fined For Carelessness Woods .without being registered. HP was not aware of any stripping of the j liles. On .examination by Mr. Bennett ;he said be did not know of any A. G. W. file bavin? been taken from the office to Mr. Woods' home. lie said j he was Dot iinformed of the -destruc- tion of the letter mentioned by Mr. yesterday. G. W. S.te.vens.'Kdmonton, manager C. X. R. telegraph service, said ho' would extend the same privilege to solicitors for the commission as was irrangerl with other telegraph com- panies. John Stocks on Stand .John Stock-s, deputy minister of public works, testified as to wfcat he knew of t-he files under his charge, and for tihe first time cross examining was done by Mr. Biggar. solicitor for Mr. Cross. He said there were no omissions or destructions of papers tint should be on his files so far ;is he knew, except two memoranda which lie believed were in Mr. Cusb- ing's bands. G. D. Minty Called iM. .1. wns reo-nlled for a was done for me. there ever any communica-1 rion between you and the Great Wa- terways or any person for it. other! than those thai are contained on youri none i a recognized practice. Winder married to a second wife who died irnany years ago. He is survived by HI children. S7 grandchildren nnd a WILL BE AVOINDED Builders and Mechancis Com-; departmental files? at all. At SENATOR ALLDS RESIGNED poin; 'Mr. Robson. the so- gar. sdliciror for Hon. C. W. entered their objections to H. B. Ben-i nett being allowed to cross-examine! j witnesses but their objections j over ruled -by rlie chairman. ing To An Agree- ment liciior for the company, and Mr. Big-1 lndication Th-t Hs Believed Senate Believed Him Guilty Albany, X. Y., March an hour before his colleagues were i scheduled to "begin voting on the ques- tion of whether he took a bribe Sen- K. ator p- Allds -today resigned 'from riie senate. In view of frequent i ,1. K. Cornwall, sworn and pxamin- declarations that he would not Mr. Walsh, testified_ as follows: this and wouW gties. iliis action came as a thunderclap. It is taken as positive indication that Allds after a poll of the Senn.ro there! Have you any correspondence or in your possession with the whole would be swifrly followed tiy bis expulsion by rii9 s BUILDING PERMITS I'indict Cri-ok, March qucncv of prairie fires of late in tin- 'district will account for the roundine up of the following lo answer to thr Tbo following have taken out of cansinz il- ItminatJons through ncelieoncc and ing permits: _ t. e. K. M. Hill, dwelling, Courtland St.. i tier s case was dismissed. on the other hand, was fined while the moment and then George D. Minty. of Winnipeg. soJicitur of the A. G. W. Railway Co.. and also a director and was called. He ex- plrtimVi tint a syndicate bad bougiit out the Athabasca Railway Co. and that then Clarke had taken an option on it, the A. G. W. Ry. Co. for the purpose of acquiring aj controlling interest in the charter, i He was questioned regarding docu- i an- -a m.-mbcr of tm-U-gisla- hy lhe decision of his colleag assembly the province of Al- A. Yes, I am. Ami you wi-rt- one or the incor- of the Athabasca railway A mer-ting of iho of the A. I. was local builders trades union and the' builders association wits held1 in theli Inll night to discuss an! Aibabaxra ami ffn-at Waterwavs rail- agrpemont in the matter of .the way? A. I nave no papers in my of wages for tbo present .season. Possession with reference to the Al- While nothing definite was accomplish and Great Waterways railway, ed it seemed to be ;bo feeling that none whatever. concessions would he made by-both j Q- Have any in connection parties within reason and the outlook Alberta railway? A. Tho ar present ns f.ir can he learned j Papers 1 in connection with thai is very liopeful thru an 'he hands of my attorney. is tliai0 A. Mr. Norman sland or students coming to the city. He said That'it was cowardly to place the segregated area away from the doors of the better residential district and place it at the doors of the poor- er people who are less aJble to with- stand its evils. It was impossible to- do anything for rhe religious of the women as long as they were herded together. When the public- conscience of the city is aroused and, the clean-up takes place it will be> the duty of the citizens to uphold the city officials and the police In their efforts to carry out the law. The legal aspect of the matter was dealt with -briefly by D. ,H. Elton, who quoted Chief Justice Taschereau an4 Recorder Weir of -Montreal to show that it was illegal to tolerate a seg- regated area or prostitution in any- way. It is illegal for the city council to pass a resolution to allow it, and for that reason there was no motion on ihe minutes of rue council. E. A. Cunningham discussed the civic and business features. The tol- erance of the business was a menace to the honesty of the police force al- though in the case Lethbridge he wns glad to know that siicl: influences had-not yet been felt. When the in- fluence of the business becomes strong enough they will make a 'bid for tbe control of the city's affairs. Mr. Cun- ningham paid a high tribute to Chief Gillespie and said that if the council save him orders the red light dis- tiicr would not last one week. By citing several instances -where voting men had fallen and misappropriated employers' money because of this !..otrici. the speaker showed that it was a big majority against him and Wils not a ?ood thing for business. tint the vote of the committee of thej Several speakers rook part in an In- KILLED IX MINE will be reached some time this satisfactory 10 all. and the talked of strike avoided. Another meeting will- 9; be called possibly tonight-or tomor-, row night, when the committees will j he empowered to take definite action i in resrird to the fiml settlement T -suppose? A. Wry thev available for our in- A. They are at any time you, Mr. Walsh. You rarrv on vour own rorrrs- the matters in dispute. T V nr i j ,.i i John Blackley. dwelling. Duke St., _ _ _, crtrt R. Dobbie was adjourned till Sat- SETTLEftS RECORD iiiad to co down in his jeans to toe ;Ume of 520 and costs. On a similar T.ie following new settlers have ar- criarfif Mrs. Hastien was fined wci-i wiiVi a carload of effects: and G D phmkctt, J.P. from Ciaresholm, to, _______________ Crtzed with lio.uor, John Daiglo ef Carmangay. to Hatiscan. Que., blew his brains out at. a boarding house on East Notre Dime I.eihbridge. Den no, Trom Co tuts. J. C, Sullivan, Klpp to War' street. Montreal, last night. He er, heen drinking heavjly for cjgnt days. moots in his possession. He said he j .f, SLAV KILLED AT FCRNIE was ono of the incorporators of tbe! Canada West Construction Co.. but bid since slipped out. He was will- ing to produce any documents to Mr. Walsh but did not wish to makr those not bearing on the A. G. W. public without consulting clients. On cross- examination Mr. Bennet; .he said ho did not know whether Mr. 'Mac- Kinnon or Mr. Waddell Is in charge of the head office of the company 5n Kdmonton. He did not know whether Kernie. March Chierup, a Slavonian, aged 32 was fatally injured In the C. IV K. yards las: evening at fi.Sft. He was the tracks when knocked down and run over by a freight tnin. Jtath legs were cut off. iie died this morning. :lv. I nrVf-r had vorv much corrrspon- idcnre in connection with it. icvt-r correspondence I or evi-r jdkl have is in the hands of Mr. Mac- Q. But the correspondence that vou Kell on Fernie Min- er With Fatal Results this morning (Sprr.ia! to Tne Herald) KVrnte. March Keniston. a driver in number two mine. Cos! Crook, was killed by n fall gf rork from ?ihe roof soon :tftcr mid- night ibis morning. His parents are residents of Fernio and the father works in the mines. He was pjoirtg up on the six o'clock train this after- noon when he learned thit the body of L.S son had been brought down at formal discussion before the motion mentioned above was passed. have had. no matter what it mav be five An is heinS has been carried on latgcly hy your- "pon the body of younS Kenis' iself? A. Oh very larprly'and those and that of Andrcw Chirrup. ;matters in connrx-tion the rail- the man who w-ls nm hy a iway company have born dono hy my lawyer. Q. you kerp any copies .of letters? A. Sometimes I do but j I do not usually. I do not write vcrv train yesterday evening who died at t.he Fernie hospital at eleven o'clock List (many letters, and I do not nctd man. 'I (Continued On Page 5.) A caravan of fifty Gypsies broke a through the ice on Chercmentzfci today. Of the men, women and chil- dren, all hut a few were drowned. CATTLE SHIPMENTS WERE HEAVY LAST YEAR H. C. McMullen, C. P. R. live stock inspector, was in the city yesterday. asked in regard to the live stock shipments since the farmers are plowing up so much of Southern Al- iberta. he replied: "We shipped more cattle last year than ever in the best ranching days. Moiv cattle came from the north than over before. As quick as the ranchers are displaced the farmers wilf begin cattle for tnru has boon the -history repeat- ed in the older settled portions of the west." EGYPTIAN STUDENTS RESENTED TEDDY'S REMARKS Cairo. Egypr, March even- ing about 200 students from the Uni- versity of-Egypt made a demonstra- tion in front of Shepherd's Hotel. where Col. Roosevelt is stopping. The srmtems carriod an Egypjiair flag as they paraded past the hotel and shouted "Long live tfae Constitu- tion and the liberty of The demonstration was brought about by the pro-British expressions made by Mr. Roosevelt in his speech at the university yesterday. ;