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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Hiturday, May 14tt, N umber After FaUure To Agree On C.P.R. Preac Wiatipeg, Hay three an a half hours this afternoon Assistan D'Arcy Scott aud.Dr. Mill of the railway commission, heard th further out oi the Wester Press rate situation by members of ihe Wesiern Associated Press on the one legal and official lalent ot the telegraphs on the other. The conclusion of arguments was reached about half past five, which permitted the commissioners a bare car on the The license commission sat Mac- eoo yesterday and renewed all licen- in that district for a year except three. The applications of these three will be considered again, at the next meeting 'of the commissioners to be held .there 6ft June 10th. The three which did not succeed in felting re- newals were tbe Hotel, Glajesholm, the 'Royal Hotel! Graa- uni, both due to the unsatisfactory conditions of the kotcl, and the ap- plication of J. Jeroux for a whole- sale licence at Claresholm, the con- ditions ot his" lease with the Let-h- bridge Hewing Malting Co. being unsatisfactory The report of o THE FUNERAL Colonies May Not Be Represented-Wreath Front Canada iLondon, May h u h License Inspector Nitnmons on the rest of the hotels in the district, was on the whole very favorable. hali hour to make their cast-bound train. After hearing the press on the lav- cst scheduk filed by the C.P.R., the Western Publishers submitted a press tariK oi their own which they claim- ed was the first scientific aud com- plete effort to deal'with the whole situation and was based on. the agree- ment reached between the publishers of Quebec and Ontario with the Canadian Pacific Railway, and would give a profit to the telegraph, companies and at the same time would be acceptable to western news- papers and the public of the west. This schedule purposed to provide for1] the exchange of all whether ot a HALIFAX STRIKE SETTLED Halifax, May plumbers' strike has been settled. The men ask- ed for thirty-five cents an hour but have agreed to accept thirty. in London representatives will not take part la the funeral 01' K4 ward or be present at the final vice at St. chapel, Wiadcor there will be considerable reaeatn: at such treatment. Already tbe Can- adian Associated baa JMard prise expressed by representatives the dominions. Canada's wreath will be fihaped al- ter the fashion of the Maple The MIAVY CHOPS GOOD is rain today to ported to be the of tiM city, is the neighborhood Kaky aftd Cfcrdrton. Local are gMMrfti over the tatire dU- trict. Oop report! from all itat crop looJciM flae. Ift the couatry of Letkbruce in panic ular, aay tact it Mver toofced better. Although it ready for the 'heavy rains tlat came at the beginningof the week, it had not suffered frost drought. McUCHlANTO DIE ON THE SCAFFOID Oxbridge Man Found Guilty Of Murder ing Wife 4- 4- CANADIAN CLUB ELECtt OFFICERS ACCIDENT AT FERNIC Kernie, May a result of runaway train of coal cars in No. mine, Coal Creek, today, two Vhitby, Ont., May iS.-The jury returned a verdict ot guilty at 5.37 o'clock this afternoon ia the .McLacb- lan murder case. Geo. Tate Black stock, K.C., for the crown, in a mas terly argument, pointed out tha there are certain facts that both sides 'admit, the first one is that thi household was an unhappy one. oave. he said, "how Archi BAPTIST CHAPE Di WITH Rev. A. ridge, where McLachlan. lived. His wife and several children wtre con- Hayr Bros., hardware merchants, (or their very substantial gifts to this enterprise. Mrs. Tait, a member of the First Church, donated the lumber for the chapel, and Rev. Wm. Reid gave toward the building fund. At. a mcetiag beU last Biffet t fat ta sold ia Letabridje.'was set at per oat. AMtaer important matter than alsa was to' the that BO granted bT to a vnaiar Disposing of inspection by the health de- BinTEWlLD OVER VERDICT Heiuze's Friends Rejoice at His Acquittal in New York sct iu Ottawa early ia 'June, other telegraph companies tine, me j Of letters Of regret from mem-j the processions in the processions, concerned, at t.hejr jnability to attend and j both on Tuesday to Westminster hall the Canadian Northern and the Great; lhc treasurer submitted a on Fridav'thence to Paddington Northwestern, only appeared mci-jof Uie club's finances, showing a bal-jst3tion. Jt dentally in Uie arguments. is now stated that the At the opening oi the proceedings Beatty slated the 0.1J-R- was not desuous of imposing rates which would be unprofitable to publishers At tliL- same lime the C.P.R. had Shepherd second vice president, A. been'losing forty thousand yearly literary correspondent, Rev. providing the pri-ss service for theJA. M. Gordon; treasurer, G. H. ancc on hand OL about twelve dollars. The election of officers was then proceeded with, with the following re- sult President, W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P.; first vice prcsident, S. J. raise the sum. of for the pur- sumcd in a fire which destroyed the house, and McLachlan was found guil- ty of poisoning his wife and then burning the house. New York, May Aug- ustus Heinze was acquitted at 9.50 o'clock tonight of charges if misappli- cation of funds of the Mercantile Na- tional Bank while he was president or that institution in 1907, and he was cleared of the charge of the over- certitication of cheques of his bro- ther's firm, Otto Heinze and Company, at- partment until application for license has beeo referred to tbe heaitfc officer, whose duty it shall be to spcct and report upou the same, that without the sanction of I health officer, no license shaR- (granted. This was decided upon after a. discussion upon the sanitary cc tions of a number of the dairies plying the city with milk and tw9 slaughter houses on. the outskirts of the city. The health officer was authorized -to. rent a room in the Macdonald Block Ior 415 per month, to fit it" up with and other fixtures and to pur- chase an electrical heater for the pur- pose of carrying on the inspection ol milk. A letter was received from Acting Provincial Health Officer Barrows, ch'ase of thc large residence of H. .L. Wannamaker at the west side of the town. A by-law will be passed to enable thc council to dispose of the present hospital. time for tbe actual funeral service j The nonljnation in the council and school board took place to-day, when LEAVITT POST OFFICE BROKEN INTO Cardston, May Tuesday evening, May 3, the post office and general store at Leavitt belonging to Moroni Alien was -broken into. Twelve dollars in cash was taken from the Thus tlje tempt to for financiering during panic', of three years ago. Heinze's transactions were iheld legal notwithstanding the prose- cution's vigorous attempt to prove him a gambler with millions not his own. John B. Stanchfield -summed up for the defence this morning and United not. yet "been fixed. loss. j ing chaplain, Rev. Father Rosen- thai executive committee, H. J. WAS KILLED AT BIG AUTO RACE Foe the publishers, M. L. _, ,T Goodc, Kobt. Sage, E. U. Rvlands, .Nichols, prcsident of the As- 14. i j E. is. Ihgmbotham, W. B. Burnett, sociatcd Press showed that the sec-j it -r> o u -no R- A. Smith, D. H. Elton. ond schedule iilcd by thc C.P.R.-was but the original one which had been j The president stated that thc Cale- objected to in Ottawa and there with-' donian Society had spoken to him in drawn by the company, in disguise, Regard to the Dominion Day Cclcbra- for it -imposed on the West an in-1, tion. J.'here was some discussion and crease over existing rates of over seemed to be tbe opinion that it hundred per cent. He argued that'' was the duty of thc Canadian the fratners of these schedules, had 1 to take the lead On that-day and the and internal injuries; George been trifling with both the railway matter was referred to the executive jDewitt. injured, in twenty-four hour committee to convene at the call of I automobile race accident at Brighton Thrilling Scenes at the Brighton Beach Track New York, May F. Brad- ley, years old, mechanician, killed; T. C. Milncs, a real estate agent, and K. Ferguson, grocer, were nominated ;o fill the vacancy caused by the death of Alderman James Clark, and T. Rigby was nominated for school trustees in place of E. C. Camies, resigned. Leeds ami Elliott, of Willow Creek, have disposed of their fine Shire Stal- lion "GilHhrand Flag" to Geo. Hoad- Icy, of Okotoks. Rev. Peter Henderson and his sis- Ice have left for a nine weeks' vaca- tion in Scotland. Thc Masonic I.ods- hold a service of the laUr King, on Sun- States Attorney Henry A. Wise de- nounced the defendant for three hours and 53 minutes this afternoon: post office till and thirteen dollars ini Heiuze issued a statement this ev- merchandise from the store. MR. LOW RUSHED TO MAN'S RESCUE ening: "E have been ready for trial every day since the first indictment was re- turned two years and a half ago. This delay -has cost me between stating that there was no provincial analyst who visited municipalities for testing food stuffs. If there is any- thing wanted to be examined in the public service it may-be sent to the" provincial laboratory and analyzed there. Thc letter was received and filed, and the following motion pass- ed in the opinion of this board, the department of agriculture should be memorialized on the mat- ter of the provincial inspection of dairies and milk, and that the in- spectors be available for tbe bacter- iological examination of milk. The secretary-treasurer of the city' submitted a report from the city so- licitor covering the enforcement of health regulations in private houses as well as hotels and public houses. The report was filed. Thc heavily signed petition asking that the ambulance Le available with- out the orders of a doctor was Towers, mechanician, both legs I day, ihe first. commission and western newspapers and it, was about time that the pre- paration of a schedule should be tak- en out of the hands of lhc telegraph companies. Favors to the East Mr. .NMchols went on to point out the chairman. It was decided that thc Canadian Beach race track while striving to win world's record, in the presence as a body take part in any mem of people, orial service that may be held on the The two accidents witiiin PREVENT FURTHER LOSS OF LIFE Fuller Particulars of the Explosion at Car- inangay Fuller particulars have reached [the city of the explosion at Carman- gay on Thursday. The Mr. Nelson spoken of in yesterday's issue is no other than E. P. Nelson, of this city. the superintendent of the Xorris Grain and Elevator Co. Ltd., and not cussed, and it was decided to point out to the petitioners that the am- bulance not being accompanied by and T-hs reimtiiGfi or my doctor is of no value in itself and S credit seems the object most vicious- that the duty of the people to an ly aimed at. injured man is first to get a doctor. I still have some of the! The resignation of the city secre- best copper property in the world, andUary-treasurer as secretary of tbe I intend to devote my whole attention to it." Arthur P. Heinze, a brother of the defendant, called Mr. WJse a 'liar in court this afternoon, thereby furnish- printed matter as he may require it ing the only spectacular incident of for the regulation of the dairies. the trial. For this remark he was ejected from the court. day of the late King's funeral, anil thc secretary was instructed to send that the C.P.R. had permitted- the j lhc channels the grief papers of the cast to get together so as to pav a minimum rate, but this was not permitted to western papers, who were split up by arbitrary inter- a few minutes of each other. Driv- ers complained of both turns, because track was torn up. Other minor nc- of thc club at Edward's death andjcidents. and many narrow and thril- its loyalty to George V. JHng escapes occurred. automo- Therc was some as to the increasing the member- biles were about the course all night, many spectators carrying enough feed scctcd districts which kill all effective'' ship sUli hi8hcr aml application forms 10 last until the end or the race, to- ,wcrc ordered printed. There was al-1 night at nine o'clock. co-operation to secure minimum rates. Ho contended that there Discussion about Bradley was the same community or interests no-1 Laiiricr on his approach-. No. S. Driver riding in Maooiucar Anderson escaped y expert from Winni- hoard was received and Health In- spector Vallance appointed. The city council's permission was asked that the health officer he allowed to get Those present at the meeting were: Mayor Adarns, Aid. Frayne, AUU- the mechanical peg. The origin the explosion is as yet unknown. 31 r. Xelson. in company I with Mr. Low, manager of flie ele- In lashing Heinze, during his sum-1 King, Dr. W. S. Galbuaith, Health ming up, Mr. Wise compared the'Ofiicer DeVeber, Inspector Vallance, crime the defendant was charged with and Acting Provincial Health Officer to a hypothetical case of burglary, where the burglar had prieil open the windows to affect an entrance to a house. British Government Willjvator at Carmangay, engaged in twcen papers west of thc Lakes as there was in Quebec and Ontario and thev should be allowed t thc same advantage of grouping to-1 gether as in thc east. j To this Mr. Beatty answered that! thc Ontario and Quebec rates had i been arranged to meet thc wishes of eastern publishers who hound them-. selves to take ilic maximum amount! at, a rate which would disturb as tic as possible existing conditions. I J. It. Woods, of the Calgary Her-; aid, showed that at his point, which j was non-competitive, and where he was thc only pap-r not. Taking the C.P.R. service, he w as at present paying a rate which was but little more than half thc new rate asked by the C.P.R. He contended that if V1Slt LcthbridBC, but the mat- a mjrade when the car swerved at was left with thc mittce. SLID OVER A DEEP PRECIPICE! Rancher Peniltat Accident com- death turn, crashing into fence. Mo- ment later the Cole car, George De- witt. driver, was toiown through the fence at the same point. At ten o'clock, the 13th hour, three leading car drivers and the distances I wore: Simplex, Poole, f.MU; Fiat, Par- ker. Stearns Xo. 1. Mulford, (530. Buick car No. 1 protested and pro- test was sustained because of impro- per repairs. Uhevrole refused to quit drove like mad. not Allow Mine to I5e Opened London, May government today interfered to prevent re-opening of ihe Wellington r.t en, where 137 miners torn bed Wednesday. Home Secretary Win- making repairs upon tbe engine, when suddenly a violent explosion occur- Butte Friends Celebrate Butte, May acquittal of F. Augustus Heinze was celebrated here tonight by a hand marching on The street, a hurrahing crowd, liieworks Barrow. Mr. Heinze hopped and danced in high ston Churcbill posal to open leaniing of the tbe mine, today Ired, Mr. Nelson made a run for the laud the hanging in effigy of Prosecut- steps that led out of the engine house j or Wise and then the burning of the and reached the top of the stairs but'figure around which the friends of found the door locked. Totally over- come, be fonvr.rc! en his face, cry- ing "I'm done for." .Mr. was fortunate enotich to have a wet sackjped for breath, in bis hands, so slapping this over! his face, he rushed up the stairs, un-j MASONIC MEMORIAL SERVICE Tbe Masonic Memorial Service or lodge of mourning for the late Kins Edward VII., Past Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England, will be held by the two local lodges, North Star No. 4 and Lethbridge No. '.W tomorrow afternoon at 2.15 o'clock in the Central -school auditorium and wilt be open to the public. The ser- Wise Tiir Ci'OWU SUIl! until the band r, in derision ofi j members vices will bfl conduc.tPtl by Grand .Master T. McXab. Members stop- of y1p order will nssemble in the hall, leaving there at two o'clock. graphed to Whiiahaven after coiwult-llocked the door and dragged .Mr. Nel-'pl AIUC UC CAIH ins wlin chief inspector of minis, w) o son imo safet-v before he himself co1' VWIIlllJ HE SHOT'MAN Nelson. May F. den. brother of F. W. Jorden, post what he was paying afforded thc.C. ;masTcr at Nakusp' was drivinS to tne P.R. a profit at it must, the new .lorden ranch at Fire Valley fromj ENGLISH M. P. IS UNSEATED I Ixjndon, May Hon. F. Guest, who was elected ws the Liberal K. .Tor-1 member for the Poole division of I Dorset, has been unseated on petition and tJie riding declared'vacant. The bas just returned from there. It is certain no one in the mine is alive, and any attempt to sealed workings would result in certain death to t'ae rescuers. Tbe borne secretary appreciates the miner's feeling and their courage and Idevotion. bin cannot sanction a fur- t ber loss of life. He sends deep sym- pathy jo families of tbe dead miners. ,ord Lonsdale, owner of the mines, arrived at today. He was closely guarded. lapsed. There is no question in the world but that possessed such presence of mind as to enable'( him to save Mr. Nelson's life. After tbe rate was excessive. Mr. Camp, a C. Kdgewood P.R. official, claimed that thc West represented an annual loss of forty thousand dollars yearly so far as the press was concerned. Dr. Mills i nought iho company's books should team and show this. Dr. Camp replied that driverloss. the 'bind wheels and box i Conserx'a'tlvos of the division whose candidate. Col. J. S. Nicholson, was rather unexpectedly