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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume III. Letkbrldge, Friday, May Number FUNERAL ON FRIDAY NEXT Obsequies Of the Late King Arranged For London, May 13. Arrangements have been completed-.for the Eloyal funeral on Friday next. The bier bearing the remains of the late- will 1-cmvc Westminster Hall for dingtou Station about quarter past ten that morning, at which time the head of tho procession will at least SAMUEL DUNBAR PASSES AWAY The death occurred yesterday after- noon of Samuel Dunbar, aged eighty a well known resident of this city, after an of about ten days. The funeral will held to- morrow afternoon from Fetterly's undertaking rooms, Ford street, to the Presbyterian church, where the burial service will be conducted by Kev. A. M. Gordon. Deceased leaves three children, Samuel, James and .Mary, of Souris, North Dakota, all of whom arrived at the beginning of the week to be at the bedside of their father. He was horn in Ireland and came to Ler.h bridge about twelve years ago from North Dakota. He has dealt coosid erably In real estate here for years past and is considered to be very PERMANENT GRAZING LEASE Demand of Stockmen At Convention-Of- ficers Elected Medicine Hat, May the an- iual meeting of the Stack Growers' Association, which was held icrc to-day with Walter Huckvale presiding, the following officers- were elected for the year President, Waller Medicine Hat wealthy. He resided by himself in be half an hour on its way. The mo- ment the body leaves Westminster' OJle of QWU on Mall, all cars on the tramways sys- tems in Lo'mlon will come to a stand- still, remaining stationary Tor a jquai: ter of an hour. 11 is .announced that the period of deep mourning extends to .June and from thence to -July 29 half mourning is requested. There is an extra demand for seals to view the funeral procession on Friday, a hundred pounds for a well situated window 'being a. common figure. It is stated that from five to seven thous- and pounds have been ottered for all the windows of a house in a com- manding position in Picadilly, but this been declined. Will Be h Calgary Jne 24 -Will Not Visit UK IMMIGRANT'S CHILD DIED AT PORTAL Nortn Portal, May from Verva, N. D., to Macon, Sask.. B. Malstad stopped two days here to his stock passed by the immigra- tion and customs officers, and Thurs-J day his infant child died of pneu- monia. .Malstad. his wife and two children were in a stock car with eight The barrel of water carried Ottawa, May to re- ports which have been circula tion in a section oi the press, tha the visit of General Sir John iFrenc to Canada will be delayed on accoun of the death of King Edward, Gcner ial French will arrive in Canada on May 20, the date of the funeral o the late King. He will spend some time in consultation with the author- ities at Ottawa, after which his itin- for the Horses splashed the clothes) prarv win be Hc wili arrive at and bedding, owing to the motion of the train, and the child contracted cold, which developed into pneumon- la- 1-lalifax on -June 7, and will spend a few days there and at St. -John, which he will leave on June 15.. Af- h'irst Vice President, George Lane, B looks Second Vice President, A. Cross, Calgary Executive Com- ttee, p. Burns and W. R. Mull, Calgary r llowell Harris aud A. J. McLean, Lethbridge.; H. Eckford and S. Brown, High River J. Line- ham, A. P. Day and W. A. Taylor, Medicine Hat; E. H. Maunscll, Mac- leod H. M. HatfieW, Pincher Creek; A. B. McDonald and G. Pemberton, Willow Creek A. .J. Day and D. J. Wyhc, Maple After the members had passed tht main part of the afternoon in dis- cussing the wane of the great cattle industry, the following resolutioa was unanimously passed "That this association desires .to once again place itself on record that it is absolutely necessary HV order to safeguard what remains of the- cattle raising industry, that t-he tenure of gracing leases shall be made more permanent, that when a grazing lease is granted It shall not be liable to cancellation at the will of the Minis- ter of the Interior. We would re- commend that grazing leases shall be made for at least a period oi ten years and that w-hen once granted they shall be permanent for period, existing leases to be brought under similar conditions." YOUNG BOYS' FOOLISH TRIP Left Calgary To Go To Montana-Rounded UP Supt. Wilson, R. N. M. yes- terday mentioned to Chief Gillesple that a railway conductor had reported Inspector Parker at Medicine Hat'that he had put off a passenger train at Pierce, about twenty miles west of Lethbridge, 'two young boys, who had locked themselves in a lavatory in his train and had reported the matter because he was halt' sorry he had MINERS WILL DIE Di THE MINE Hope Of Rescuing Im- prisoned Men Is Given Up White Ilavcu, Eng., May relatives of the 13'3 min- ers trapped at the Wellington Collier- ies rioted to-day in an effort to enter the mines. The pit was bricked up. The uope of saving the entombed min- ers, was abandoned by the authorities and they decided to close the pit in the hope of checking the fire which drove back the rescuers, overcoming them when they reached within 56 yards 01 most of the victims. As the final attempt was abandoned a crowd of women stormed the mine and were repulsed w th difficulty. Manchester, Eng., May has practically, 'been abandoned of res- cuing the 137 miners entombed by an explosion in the Wellington coal mine at White Haven last night. The fire is furiously raging in the mine work- a restaurant and questioned them as j ings which extend umter the sea for 5 miles. Thus, any chance of reaching the surface through an escape shaft done so. Later in the day Chief Gillespie saw two boys walking across the Gait square and what Supt. Wilson had told him came -to his mind. He sent a constable to question the boys with the result that they proved to be the Calgary boys. said they had eaten practically nothing for three days. He, took them irvto ANNOYED AT CANADA'S LAWS Landon, May 12. The Morning Leader says the more one examines thu new situation which has been cre- ated by the recent order of the Can- adian immigration, authorities the clearer it becomes that Canada's in- tention is to bar tor doors to the British artizan, so we have the ex- traordinary situation of a British colony won with British blood, pro- tected by British and British ships, financed by British money and developed to a great by Brit- ish toil, closed to British men. The Daily Mail says Montreal's an- ti-reciprocity resolution will he wel- comed here, but at the same time the British public will do woll to remem- ber that fresh and strenuous efforts will be made to overcome Canada's repugnance. DETERMINED TO GET RID OF HER they fed. Their names were William Somes, and Tom has Discovered anyth ng tion of troops at Winnipeg will takej10 incriminate the government. In Kingston, May 12.-Accord ing to jplace on .Inly 2. On his return trip has that j the statement.' of a young man tojhi- will again visit Petawawa of 'ho government are of the Peace Hunter, there; remaining there two days from July clean-" are men and women engaged in the! 4 to -Inly 6. He will go from there) "r Vt'T said Mr-} white slave traffic at Yarkcr on the! direct to Montreal, where, there will'. Trtiord, in reply to a query as to Repina 28th, Sewell 30th, and return to Winnipeg on -'illy 1. will He snow they haystack. They got into Lethbridge yesterday. One of the boys had an. uncle living "some- where" in Montana and they decided to go and look him up. Consequently they climbed into a boxcar in a train just pulling out, but found themselves! at Taber and knew they had gone '.he! wrong way-. So they1 jrrmped out and got into a car coming back again to Leihbridge. They had just landed here when the Chief saw them. The boys had just ninety cents tween them which they Jmd determin- i ed to hang onto until the last. j had spent some of the money they j started with to telegraph their par- ents from Granum saying where were. The two boys spnit last, night in I the. charge of the Salvation Chief of Police of Calgary, to enter the mine since. The res- cuers say that tons of dirt and nvuch have fallen. MONK STICKS TO HIS NAVAL POLICY Most Pmtooced li Declar- ation Against a Canadian Montreal, May cordial -wel- come was extended to F. Monk, M.R, on his return to the city this evening after a prolonged journey in search'of health. The Quebec Con- servative leader was still in a decid- ed ly weakened condition, but'wade an excellent speech at the Monument Na- tional. While many of the Conservative leaders of the city were present, a Bourassa attended the meetings, ob- viously following up his support of Mr. Monk's position on the naval jpol- Startling Evidence In Ontario Murder Trial Whitby, May evidence in the MeLachlan murder trial was given to-night by Chief Coroner.. A. J- Johnson, would ad- mit of no other immediate cause of McLachlan's death than strychnine. Confronted by the defence with the statement of Doctors Shier and CliAtock who made a post, mortem that it might have been smoke suflo- cation, he declared stoutly, may not know how to distinguish post morten effects strychnine suffocation and smoke suf- focation and I do not." I He said the peculiar appearance of the dead woman when found was due" U her being placed that way after death h'y being held down by some one during the paroxyms preceding death. The crown's case is complet- ed, and the defence starts to-morrow. McLachlan may not be called nor Miss Nix, with whom undue intimacy was charged by crown. His counsel Henderson said to-nigbt that McLachlan could his testimony >at the inquest. He claims his mind is a blank, as to, what happened before and after the burning of his home. HOLOCAUST AT FAIRBAULT MINN. icy. In his speech, Mr. Monk referred to Mr. Bourassa's presence and while BABE WAS ALIVE WHEN BORN Brantford, Ont., May an in- quest i-ito the death of the infant'' child of Lizzie Hill, an Indian domes-. tic, it was suited by two doctors who "performed an autopsy, that the cliild was born alive and met death by {strangulation. The doctors admitted, however, thai; the death might have been accidental. The inquest was adjourned for a: thanking him for the valiant fight jput up hy his paper, LeDevoJr, slat--1 week ,to procure the girl's own testi- ed that he had made no compact with mony. any one and was guided purely, ,'by_______________ patriotic motives. As to his attitude on the naval question, Mr. Monk said j Almost An Entire Family Was Wiped Out In Town s First Fire Faii.bault, Minn.. May first fire in the history of Fairbault oc- curred at six o'clock this hc had not been actuated by the idea of influencing any province or but desired simply to give expression to tlic overwhelming sentiment of Quebec Province. Canada's navy as contemplated) by the present policy, Mr. Monk char-j as the height of The true role of the-Dominion hc de- clared was to sec to her militia de- fense, and if a navy to be cre- ated it shodd be solely for thc de- MANITOBA EDITOR DEAD Carman, Man., May Jam- jiesonf editor of the Dufferin Leader, at the Carnian day afternoon. He operated on for appendicitis two weeks ago. Mr. Jamieson came to Utrman from Tara Ont., in 18D3, and opened a stationery tore here year following. ui i uiiv-r uiiLvnii., VJL v U.LJICIL i .muuix suu'iv iiji. Uru Cll> having wired that vhe boys' fathers fIVC t-he Canadian" coasts. The would be down afu-r them first train. the I CALGARY MAN attitlldc of Ms to- RI ATIT ed to be sworn in as a county con- of thc tour will be Quebec, from! ward UlP investigation, "and since DU1LU DLUVH completely nc-stroyc, ._ llwdcad are: Bert Sherrv, -vo Edward fcj. pnfjjcnt m -nvolro Canada .n f n affairs of the Empire in whose no voice hc MANY STUDEN1S FAILED AT TOBA agru i v MU-IH.C OHCILJ affajrs nQ voice fac aged 5 Grace Sherry aged 3 Mrs hjs frimis Kellogg, aged Bo, mothcr-m-law o[ j againsl a i- ttliori-v i nnnv: frnm __ _ _ Mr. Slicrrv. The ones saved from ion Mr. IMonk declared that neither rrt stable so that he could make arrests j which port he will sail for home at the house. He claims his sister'July IS. has been held at the. hoi.se against her will for immoral purposes and wished to be made constable so that hc could rescue her from a life of shame. the adjourainent of the house in April j may safely say thai I have not spoken to more than three of my constituents on political matters, nor CAR INSPECTOR COMMITTED 1 IlHd n there mav be an election, but Winnipeg. May u. .1. Howard. n0lhjng IQ sueh ft P. K. car inspector, was discovered possibility. I am confident that the stand firm Thc case, was reported to Crown Jon St. Boniface hank of the Red River! Attorney Whiting and will be inves-jwirh bullet in liis head and a the tigated. It is said all ages of girls calibre revolver in his hand. It ?p- TVI arc kept at this house and from there, taken to. the States bv two women. AN EXPLOSION AT CARMANGAY Mr. Tclford was of the opinion that parently is a case of suicide although j ilu. niost inim.siing part of the in- there is no known reason for the act.! vestigatinn would be that held in Ed- He was a was recently promoted. He was en- gaged to -Miss McDonald. mont011 on n'turn of Winnipeg, May feature oi the university examination results an- nounced this morning is the large ic flames were Mrs. Sherry nor of Quebec" were faUures aml Part daughter, aged 10, ar.d baby, aged 3 sinct. fl cal mnv ,fi Jn j ures of first, second and third year months, who were gotten out by thej tnc othcr provinCPS views nu-n to pass. Of 131 first year stu- I neighbors. Sherrv was cmoloved at the Sheffield Kirk Milling company, and lived on the edge .of the town, fully a mile awl a halt trom the city when the department received the alarm, the house wa.s almost total- ly destroyed and they were unable to rentier any assistance outside of W. R. Hull, of Calgary, will erect j putting water on the house and re- Will Erect Big Building On Redpath Near Methodist Church a block upon lots S. 10 and II.! moving tho remains of those burned, j block 17, at the corner of Glyn and ARE RACING WITH DEATH Dr. Braithwaite of Edmonton Making Record Trip to the North Kdmonton. May to i fin call from f K. M. Hriiithwaiie. -87 Jasper is now engaged in a sensational race dents in tho arts course, 3-1 wcro to- tal failures, and no less than 58 require, to take supplementary exam- inations, only -12 passing clear. So remarkable is this that Principal Sparling predicts a commission to enquire if some rejected students arc )in Athabasca Landing, Dr. I t not desrrvinrr ot their standing. The iuthwaue. Jasper Ave.. 4_ Rwlpath streets this year after all. Plans for ilie building arc being t when hc expected! drawn John Hrodie has already1, the of the presence of Mr. tlic coritract for thc! Cushing at the meeting of execu- Mrs. Sherry to-day is hysterical with grief and may lose her reason entire- Iv. death. ICarly this morning Uie Hudson's CENTENARIAN DIED tive council when the Waterways AT TILLSONBURGi agroemnit was ratified would be j threshed out. Woodstock. May Mrs. Mahoney.l aged HW years o d. died at morning at H o'clock in Pillsonbuni. She was bo ere occurred a very pain ml acci- t._ Point, Lake brie, and on ni at armangay m the elevator Ul _. ber .home there dent there. Mr. Nelson, a gasoline, engine expert from Winnipeg, was engaged in making repairs upon the engine. When his work had been almost com- pleted he .struck a match to view the under part of the machine arid in- stiiRtly a violent explosion occurred. Mr. Nelson wa.s c.-irried across 1-hr si reel lo the hotel and medical aid was at once summoned, Kverythine; possible was done lor the injured man. His clothes were untow-hod, while, he was batlly burned about the body, especially on thv back and chest. H is a mystery how his clothes wont unsrathod, while ho received in- juries which may prove fatal. Tho explosion is attributed to a of gasoline from ihe born at her birthday knitted a pair of socks with- om the aid of glasses. excavations for the building. Bay Company here received a tele- gram from the Landing stating that MASONIC MEMORIAL ESRVICE j Leslie Woods- t5ie1r there' i very seriously ill. and asking that a Ihe Masonic memorial service or building mav only be two stories high lodge of mourning ror tho late King this summer, hi.t it is planned so Kdward VII.. Past Grand Master of. A CHINAMAN that three, and perhaps four more can united C.rand Loilgt- of England, be added without interfering be held by the two local tenants in the lower two floors. The star .5 and Lethbridge Xo. I doctor be sen: up immediately. Dr. Braithwaite was asked to go, and consented, and at eleven o'clock this morning a large heavy auto, cap- able of great speed, and driven by K. SOVEREIGN BANK WILL OPEN ITS DOORS Montreal. Mav Jarvis. of LAMP EXPLODED INJURES TWO Baron Citizens Treated (he Sufferers Gener- i oosly j (Special the i Bar0ns, May 3.00 a.m. Sun- day morning, May H, a krrosene lamp basement will h.H and there ;w on Sunday afternoon al two o'clock .lohn Produiack. a man out on susyvill be five stores on the. ground'in thc Central school auditorium, and pended sentence of 12 months' im-, !wm opon ,o Ulo The prisonmen; for stalling coal from the 1 vjcos he District! A. R. I. Co.. was charged withjELKHORN CHILD IS OIJ Snndav afternoon fn Hle Cent. breaking into a C. P. R. boarding car j STILL MISSING rai anrt tt-in and threatening ro kill a Chin.iman.j Hik.horn. Man.. May t.o riio public. The services will; the cook. a. .1. Shepherd appeared jnlsht. Thursday, the search still con- conducted by District Deputy for the defence and Prodniaek wnsjtinues. There is little hope now Tor Grand T. McN'ab. Members of the .remanded until Monday, bail being two year old Norman Francis, order will in the lodre hall. {lowed, in order that further evidence! who has been missing since Sunday' leavjng there it two o'cock. the ser- 1 might be secured for and against The vU.es "in auditorium com- moncins at M. VartSon. 257 Queen's avenue, drove l up to the doctor's residence. Tho jdorior climbed in. there was a toot j from the horn, and Mie race, to L Hiding was on. students claim the standing is too high ami work never before was so stiff, and it is reported that some professors agree that it is to stiff. HOW LAURIER WILL SPEND HIS TIME 'exploded at the home of -las. I Quade. seriously burning Mr. j Quade end his infant child, and de- Toronto. former president of the Sov-i slroying the furniture in ihehcrt- Hank, in this city today stated room, before snmoiont assistance ar- that in all probability the Sovereign j rjVed to ovtinguish the fire. Hefore Hank will again open .its doors. Hc.m a m, had raised n re- there are assets enough if they lief fund of Sloft for Mr and can be turned into cash. faniilv. NARROW ESCAPES IN I DYNAMITE EXPLOSION j Ind.. May explo-! sion that broke window glass six miles away, put out lights and knocked pie. who at srrpper. from their j seats, destroyed the Inside of the tern-1 porary powder house of the C.isparisl Stone company of Columbus, Oliio. Trimmer tonicrht. The buildings do- stroyed coniained .00 pounds of dyna- mite. Five laborers out, of severs! hundred camped in cars about The lime ijuavry. were injured, hu; none killed, rive tons of powder in the main storage room. 100 yards ivvn from tho explosion, did not ignite. KING'S FUNERAL FRIDAY, MAY Ottawa. May May I'D. hems the date of the Kin.y'si funeral, a proclamation will he issued calling on tJic people of Canada to observe that day as .1 general holiday. All business will be suspend- ed and it is expected that all sporting events nnd :ill places of amusement will be closed for that day. a.' MAN ATTACKS BOY 20 .lolm Jorenkso, otit- of the ?wns working on the additions to the do- pot, w.is in tho pleasant oc- 4- cupation of be.iting. kicking and ping a young hoy. Alfred Cain, yester- 4< day afternoon whet) Constable Taylor and Deteeijvo Kgan on the and interfered. Jorenkso was J< arrested and appeared before Supt. BABY LAUGHING PARENTS DEAD Young Couple Figure In Trag- edy At Leamington, Ontario Leamington, Ont., May Dresser and his wife, ;l young roupio under twenty-one years of ago, were found with biiliet holes in their hearts earlv this morning. Dresser this morning. lie pleaded not j two revolvers with ciiilty under the byl.iw. so the charge was rolairt under the criminal oorto. a remand being granted and bail of ?5D .1, given ro allow the vOlicction of .j, ther evidence by hoUi cluimbcrs of one of them discharged, and a six months' old baby was lying the corpse laughing and cry- ing. Xo cat.se is known for tho mur- der and sviicido. Ottawa, May Wilfrid Laur- ier and Hon. Hurcau, solici' tor-general, left this afternoon for Nicolet, Quo., at 3.15 to attend the 'celebration of the jubilee of the pt-rior of tbo college there, and the convention of the new Roman Cath- oilc cathedral, which replaces that destroyed ;by fire several years ago. The premier will return to Ottawa to-morrow night and will leave on Monday for Quebec by the Canadian Northern. Me will devote a few days to business in Quebec anrt will then return to Ottawa for a series of cabinet councils prior to the separa- tion of liic ministers for the sum- mer. Sir Wilfrid take a hriot holiday in .lune at his home in Art.h- abaskaville and will leave for his tour of the early in July. Intercolonial Surplus Tin- fiiiiii figures of the ir.tc.tcoion- ial railway for the fiscal year ending March 31st, are being completed. It is stated at the department that the surplus of earnings over expenditurt will be about ;