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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TW12LVE I'AGGS Lcthbridgc, Alberta. Wednesday, .May 1 i, CIvNTS Number 130 Royal View Cut off, not Need- and Vulcan Hotels Admonished Rojal View will be llm nuh out a liceus- hotel aftei ihti licence under 1; is iivir f t-n June Tl at was ihe decision of the JijMiJ of Licence ComnJssloiH'Td -it llielr pession this in the Hall, to tlio Uers for renewal of IkcJisus iu the I'be application nuJa by C. for of U- CCTIFO iu respoti to the Queen's Ho- tel. llojal View. In shins out U-eJi licnsloa. ibc LOUimlBslou'.is uuJe no toyman whatever as to the conduct of Ibe hotel, merely ghlng iheir n.M- j-nn (or not granting ilic application that U is no lonycr needed :is a nu> Major Hatdie's pet to get the middle uf (Jail Cardcniv as ,i site fui A half nnlliou Julhc cily hnll bas by the '1 be C I'. 11, ob ;ccls. A lei ler v, received this moi t.iiiK [torn Naisinith, man- ager uf tl.c C.P.R. deyaxtmcLt o[ .Vawraf Kea'O'Jites loutaincri ihe ]fuiniatton that tbe pcopcrt) on any BLUE COATS INSTRUCTED TO MEET FORCE WITH FORCE AND FIRE WITH FIRE Ubiu, Mai The ef- lorl to operate cars i-iu-e ll'.t- tiationb Viilh tie vifte biok- en ofi was made hy tl.c Trdctiya corapan) toiluy b> jK-lice Oil flKil aiil! 1 hliC (.Ala wetc started from the Aut.daK; barns for ihe iiisttsi.1. Iu arid it mo, snd dclpcUus statiohCii thi- route. py- lice roJe on ir.e urs U.tilrr] cats; HI a'ltu Hcioic the i-.iib stitteti the pulitc in nei. KILLED WIFE WITH POKER- SHOT DAUGHTER AND HUS- BAND-CUT HIS THROAT Reports Presented to Disiric Elected to Annual Conference iu case ol The> tuld to nicel force and tu fire ttitfi PLUMBING INSPECTOR GAVE REPORT FOR PAST MONTH It C. FHzslirtmons, rrMitr of tho lioiel, did not appear in i.prsvn iicfore lite rouuniablon, and U Is nol fcr.own vliai action he nil I take in mai- tfr It Is known, lioueter, tiiiue ihe oilltries into H-j ildailon the imputation ot llojal View li.u fallen off to but a fraction it ua.i v.hui the license granted a %oar There arc fi'Vi miners remaining in ihe ihc netii of a lioiel has now Iven rodured Co a mbiimmi. roUowins; >s a list of ilie renewals ot licenses by ihc Hoard, no being taken lo the renewals In any CBEP: Harry K. Tillebnch, far renewal of in rsspsci lo the Lelhbridgc Jlotel. Albert Milton Bearer, EOT renewal of license in respect to jho Windsor .Nriluir Mason Packard, of license in to iho Arlington JUilel. Dallas Hotel Co, for renewal Lot of Work the Dairy Supplies Stand the Tests' though iLc Hoard of Health did not get a quornoi al its regular monthly meeting )aat night business done in an mfo.'inal way, the measles outbreak l.pmg the most iin- matter discuatetU N'o aclinn of license In Hotel to the Dallas for of H- r% to ihc Csille Hotel. m .1. for of H- ct to the.AlbUndra Ho- Jacob II. neuter, license. for renewal of Co, for renewal of ttlio'.esalo r. C. P.isnuelo aui! Snlrlt (Charles t'. Pagnuelo and for renewal of wholesale )i- COIlSf1, Sadrmsfci, for renewal v-t.oltsate lirensc, Matthew Darker, Tor renewal of to ihe Urnnge Hotel, Fraok H. for of in respect to tho Ainald }iarons BAD MAN TO HANG was taken, but every cHort la Xaiuumo, D.C., Maj Henri Wagner was sentenced last to be hanged on August JS, for the murder of Coiidiable West at t'n- fon. oil Jlay 3. had Iiotn robbing a grocery store, when interrupted by a poli-rman Wagner has a Ions criminal record. The reports prepared at i bridgtj Uirtritt of Church for preseulaiiou ti Tlie fiijurcs show au iucrfcas-i n i paria, of jfdir.ilj t j7D, a re n red f.irnier, killed lii-> i jw.fc u.tli a po'ter, three Tin-.fs ivnih 3 i Ins w uh twii shots fioni I ".In- idii c we.ipuii and tuuimu-', I ttrJ -iJiude Ly catling ins threat t )i a rator. Mrs a Ji lltr hublai.d ma) J -Imi. at Buvr Island, l-P (i'r lTSrt! Ll K- C> in all dcpaElmbiiis o: tii-n aetiilty. Some fifteen places "isere cut off this ditt-U: at ihe last conference, teauUK ii vuh no sirotis cliurches, tfap itii.y nearly all niissionary. ivith lion of the city und one or tvo of her appointments. Tho figures showed: Taber: Members, Co; U. Money UarnncU: Members, IT. [ais- ed ?273. Coaldale: Members, 3'J: ip.rTt.ise. Money raised Wesley CTjC; Increase, 32. Money i-1.- UJS, of was a jujn-ent on sslc of tbe church Westminster Monb- hers, 112; decrease, 5." Moaey raised BRITISH AMBASSADOR RESIGNS Ambassador to Turkey, sir (ici- Augustus lo lll-IitdUh. KIPP HOTEL MAN WANTS TO MOVE HOUSE TO COALHL1RST HicharJ Urcli, for of license In lo ihe .Monnrth Hold, Mon- inch. Tol'n JnhiiEon, Xela (i .iohnson nnd Andersen, for renewal of li- cense in respect to1 ihc Hotel Charnpiou .Toierh tor cf license !n icspcct lo Jlie I'acific Hotel Fitiiale on L-Dta I, ami 4. tn Block 7, Phis No. A.I Kipp. Albeit for roaewnl of license In respect lo the iDijicrial Hotel, Vul- can. Not Up to the Mark urnpricLor of the Giange Hotel, C'lrmaitgas'. as thai ho vo.iM he required to m.ikc his hotel ir.ore sai.itary lo satisfy the license Inspector. The Imperial Hotel, at Vulcan, nnrned that ihtvp WAS Ico much disorderly for.duci In thn at N'o fiirlher 8 ions were tnaJe fit regards ihe aft- licenses, The full torn preseril (oilay, of Thomas ilcKcr- fiier, Olds; I.1 O. Itajnp, ol Hanff, and (l- K. yironp, of Kdmonlon. They v-t re accompanied hy F. 0. Ilconec Inspector for the yrov- and HobfTt Nlinmonst, district in- nlso present, latea lo cliect the spread of tue dis- ease, and il was thought Ihc schools should be eloscd if ths maladj firew an> more uidesprcad so thai Ihe M. H. 0. vvould be iu a boiler posilioa lo isolale all cases. Franfe Maxwell and A- Rcgirobal uailed on Ihe board reference lo Ilic LetbbTiagc "'hey ed for the support of ihe Hoard in their efioils lo mate the newindus- Uy a success They explained' that ilirj; had come in lor soaie'crilicism al the bit nipcling, but showed tust it aroie out of (he plant staling ;inc5R loo soon. N'ow, however, the jilanl is compile and tlie com- pany is ready to give the pos- sible SDEMCC and comply viUi any rrgulalions oi the Hoard or Health n doing so. Hoirc inaltcis have been remedied called forlh crilicism and thc> v. an led tlie hoard to help them lo get rifcht with ti'R public e mote. The members oi the board pre.scnl lell tliat tlie compau) lias placed ilsclf in a position -Aherc1 it can handle its business to tl.e satisfaction oi all concerned, and admitted thai there was no criticism to ofier at Ibc present Ituic. LrihbEidge consumes aboul 2365 quarts, of milk and cream daily, ac cording to Ihe report ol the- sanitary insreclor, ior the month of April. The report -follows, showing the milk and the amount of milk handled by the Lelhbrulgc Creamer) Co.: KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ELECT FREO-KENNV-ANO'V T. D. KEVIN IN LIST Dairj .Inspections May In a n-.otlcn in r for (lie thin] rending Parry Pellclie: Tiflm Cliamters Gwatkins Wa 1 SOD L'rcamcrj l.cth. Crcamerj Oallrcll Chambers l-clli. Ciraniery Creain only l.cth. Crramcry 550 175 S3 110 I.Dthbridge Is the home of two of the slate officers of the Knights of CoJiiiubiis for ilie coming rear. Fred Kenny was yesterday elected State Secretary, and T. Kevin. treasurer, at tbe annual convention of the organization. The election of officers yesterday afternoon resulted as follows: Past State J. M. Sullivan, Calgary. Stale J. T. Malone, Edmon- ton. State Secretary Kenny, Ix brirtgc. Siate Treasurer T. D. Kevin, bridKC. State Warden J. Creanon, Cal- gary. SUilc DP. M. C. CosteHo. Calgary. State F. Canary. The officers not yet been named, and H is not known who District-Deputy for the Letbbndge Council will be for iho ensuing year. The convention -was allonded, and spirited discussions on many im porlant matters look place. At sis o' tSi >eslerday, the Stare officers were entertained at an Informal ban quei by Father Kosenlhal the Ilectory. In the evening, a ban nuct tendered by Council Knights of Columbus, to the vifliing delegates. About fifty were in attendance, a tery enjoyable evening Tias spent in speech anil -selcclod as the place for Hie next Slate convention in 1911. Albicn Itidce and Monarch: Mem- bers, 2Lf. Money raised, Barons: 40; iccrease ,1 oney raised Lono Star: Membtrs, IT-, Increase. 2. Money raised ?39U SunAlal: increase, :IO. Money Iron Springs: !S; de- crease, 0. Money raised Jit'i. Sunday Schools The re-arraugemcnt of'ihe dislrtcl boundaries last year _cut eight but, there uas Iijcreasrb of 4i'in the enroll- ment, nhich now Flands at 1507, The schools raised missions, W2: total amount raistd, Ijiy delegates were elected to con> ference as follows Ur. hen Tiffin, T. A. Sundal, Mc- Comh and Irvine Haraltly rcsene. Conference Ccn The following imittees elected to nual conferpLCe committees: StaUonfng T. Ferry and Rev. C, R. Corcoran. C. It Corcor- in and Dr. HUers. (Conlianed ou page S) an i SL-II cl .Mr. of O.c -A-'-c U ma> U at ibe '-pcti'ie t'outt Kipp is Opposed to missioners will Con- sider the Request H there is one spot on ll.e map Itiat can quahiy for a hard mcd-i it is K ipp, weslorn suhurb ol l.cihbndge. Kipp lias in Ihc i uf the for a long tune i-, not because of ils great sire, because il seems lo be a football receive Ilic Uciis ot the corpora- tions. A couple ol years hacfe Kipp had a fight the C.l'.K. over the location of the toftn-bite, with the Uoaid of Railway Commissioners as arliilrators. NOT. il has another with' the IJoatd o( Ijiccnse Commissioners iu 'Xlic arbitrating role. The present diflitulty in xihuh Kipp finds itsett is tbe possible u-as made io the- Hoard ol License Coninnssiciicr.s this morning for. a renewal of the license of Ihc Pacific hotel ol that place, in the name of Joseph McDonnell. This V.AS Rtanl- td forlhuilh. Thru -Mr. McDonnell "IE c :u the AUru IjavB to consider iI (o: a ueek or tuo" .Ui.aslpf, ihai malady uf ivhlch 35 as the ihrmelw Ls racing tu iae city, 1'Uiliig ihe a. hocla. and ca-jslni; the ganiu.i i: and the MedUal lledStli Offuer full of activity ihtlr effort to abreast of the Foiiitecn cases ed yfstcrdaj brought to l.shi trfvre On up tl.e loraU. the eiiiiiary Inspector fojud lh.j.f lie hid soir.elhlnp over t'j 'ases on MFC. Ifrtice ihe re- n ide to tlie Herald LhU IHR by Ur. 'J'.'ionsson, Eccretary of th-j fioard of Hcaltl', a member of School Boaid. The- measles time are no worse forward aaotlicr applica- tion to remove the hold, license ami all, to Coalliurst. this hurt the len- der feelings of the energetic >oung of they rrsrnt the NOT CONSIDERED Ottawa, the of C'onnnous Mr. A. UIH hinan was in- forme J thai ihe goicrr.tnent hit! rot consiilercd tLe o.f homesteaders from tne of the rcK- ular fee, of ilm-e riollars inr acre, fuj jire-emjiuon. tlian incse "hlch Leth- o o BARRON SATERNO WHO MURDER- ATTEMPTS IN "PRISON" AT .ROME Rome, May llaron (erno has. become dcspeiale sol- itari tonfiheiucat for life for murder- ing his mjstress, the Princess Tri- gona, lo tl.c Quern. he has aUcnipled (o kilt himself. slur cast upon them hy Mr. occasiocs within a week ncM. Thctclore, tliejr opposed tbe ap- plication- S. J. Shepherd appeared fot Mr. McDonnell aud J, il. Palmer Ior Kipp. In stating his [or nskir.g _ is no worse, hut apparently thern are i.ore of them. Hamilton that large number of families arc alfeci. whole f-imilies ot cblidrcu bcins jscnt f'oni Even the Doctors Or.e of the rather peculiar things about the present outbreak is tliat Ui9 doctors thcinseHes do r.ot seem to bo able to keep auav from them, even, at home. Quarantine for measles jas Just been raUod on Dr. Cragg's lome; Ur. tialbraith's lionie is rjuaran- .iraed; Aid Ixivering's home is on Ihu also: Or. Thomson told he this moining tnat he bad lelt a sick in bed "nrhen he left, and expected it v. as the measles. Houses In measles have brok- en o'Jt, are placed In modifier! quaran- tine, only the room in tho pa- tient is kept being closed up. llcw- school- children. Ibe'school authorities do "not" think wise to allow children to come fo iChool from any house infected, EO thai Ibo total number of children away from school is much in excess of the number of measles' cases. Chlcfcen has also made Its ap- pearnncc, but the outbreak: is not serious. A couple ot days will decide.wheth- l force tha The baron, ft ho is sn Longonc prison, grabbed tbe barber uho was him days ago antl Irierl to piess the raz the I'orlo the hand IHE VAUDHY OFIHE ior the tight to move the Intel, Mr.jor into his Ihront- He also broke a McDonnell said that at present the i window pane and reopened a wound. ot bill amending the Dom.nlon I'o- Act, S-anator moved that the bill be referred back to com- mittee; to h-; amended, 50 thai the control of the policr be rnlTtiMcrl lo the Governor-General ni-C'Oiir.cll, In- plead of under R single, minister jcoposcd Al TxniulK-til'd MipRosliori, of tlie bill dcltvred tlmt he mipM btlnp the matler lo the Kmvrighl Hcgimnal A: 1-flh. Creamery Bui wick' ic.if Oiiry) (Maple (Xorlhlar.d Dairy l.u.irls oi rcliiio Loads of rctufcc brought hy other teanis l.n.itl'i of nianute disposed of fjoarl animals dispo-irrl of hotir5 3, cows 1, tlogi U prhies ._- Cost ol scavenging (less stote dav work S87COO, night UU-25 Old premises connected to scner Prcniisfs r.i present in quar- antine prcpiisw at present in niodi- ficd disinfected Plumbing pctnuls isai-ctl JHntniiinf; inspccllons made llnyij connecUons m- 1085 13 frcs rcceiu-d li.r [ilnmliing Sli, sewrr con- ucctions At Ihc conclusion of Jhe niorr.Jng session of District Conn today, (he F ess Ion nag artjourned nnUJ day morning The foUowing casej have been disposed of so far; W. A OU J, A. jn.lsmenl tcr plaintiff tor ?40 and cosU. B .1. IE. T. Ross, (hat (he money, 60, lie paid into cojrt, frfgerah Uojd, judgment by con- sent for 80, Slacer Lumber Co vs. QUo Lamm, judgment for plaintiffs for and coMs Co n. Hob- bin, judgment for plaintiffs for ('no a-aoiintof nclion, leas Saaviel Kceber J. O. Hall, jiidg. menl for the plaintiff for wllh coal? ICIias Adams W. jmlR- inent for Ihe iiTslnlHf for wllh Interesting Case in Court in Which Ne Tcmere Decree Figured holel is situated in an out ol the place, three-quarters of fl mile from Ihr centre ol activity in that pa it of the norltf. The only people iiithm Ihat. three-ciuarler mile radius are one niinet with his fam- ily ar.d a widow. He therefore thinks thai he has a good case, as his pal- r on ape is Kmitrtl. Then, loo, Ins ho- tel is not sanitary, because he: can- not Mater connections vfuirh would be granted him al Coalhurst During the session of the District Court before His Honor Judge Jack- son ieolDrday afternoon, an instance showing the working of the famous Xe Tcmcrc decree v.ns cHed. brought out in ihe examination of Mary Symafc, who is c'aiming 51SOO compensation from the C. P. H., to (he dtath of her husband, caused by mi in tbe C. P. P. mines hero on November 1C, last. The C. P. R. did not conical the liaron is ueak [roni tl.e 'ol bloo-l ar.d is novs" being kepi padcled cell. The crime for which Hie baron is suffering life imprisonment was coni- milted on Murch 2, 1311. lie killed his mistress, the Princes.'; Guilin Tri- er the measles' outbrfealc closing of Ihe Bcbools, IOSI Ml ICE OF HIS Tli tit is one man in T.eihbridge who is still about .Ihe Col- gnna Kanl IMIa, who niece ol the Marquis Hi San (4uilia Xn, the mmisler oE foreign afiairs, atid n cousin of the Prince Kcala, an at- bj Ibc Lclhbritige Collieries. Sb.e was f ywrs oM, while ihe Hculcnanl, Hut if he verr to lo onll. 24 a steady hoarderb Controller of Ihr Collicrirs, Ihcy were ati- lo have the holcl rcmoietl Coalhutsl as it woulil be a convcni- rr.ry the new town ncetis very hadlj. Tlirr luil sold the lols on the Coal- hurst lownsile with rcstrirticns as lo holel hnililiiiR, hut lo waive in the case of Mr. ncll the compAR) liad nnw drciderf not lo h'.nld or.e thenibrUrs. In liEs opposition, ?lr. Palmer, .icl- mg for Marshall and Ramsey, Ihr oriRinal owners of the Kipp sile on the hotrl is now lo dean in nor hca, ijccu slabbed nidi a liunting Knife. Just before the tragedy husband ol tlie princess had summoned her lo couit in separation procecrt-iogs because of the common scandal about her rclalituis KScul. paler fale of his children, the eldest being 13, the joungcst 8 Eien registered mail has r.ot bcfn answcs-cd. The lainily may have met disaster or they maj have been laVtjn away olliei refugees and have not hiitl an opportunity of communicating witli him yet. NIVEN BROS. TO START Confident that there is an opening in Lethbridgc for another Xi; en brothers. I.ethbritJge old-timers, ttill erect anil ojierale n In [he city, which, they believe grow very in the next few Thp iirorr.oier? e eci very tjuJetly in arriving at their anci seen by Uio Herald today, slateti that 'he> hart kt the contr.ict lo .T. Henderson for ihe li'jlMfnjr, uhlch wilt be completed In about a month. The b-jlltling win be located on First near the TxMhbTidge iron and uill be in small, the riant will be up-to-dalo in every iron working, there will he a department tor brass work, for which there tas been a growing demand of The company will avail themselves ot trie city's ofter of cheap powfr. Two or three mc-n 'vill be employed" In tho besides tho owners, hclh expert mcchanScp, but they are confident thai; the cUy grows, their business Kill shortly employ inany more men, and become an im-Tortanl factor In the city's gro-a'ib. Thomas Nive-n A. are tha promoters tried lo show that the posed sile is too np; CoaiJmrst Dingonall feel a A ay, but Hie coinmissioners said thai (he distance would have lo S BOUGKT CARLSON LUMBER MILL be measured This trie- 750 feel, so tliat Ihc acl is nol broken. He also .show- ed that tl.c litile! is near the depot, but Mr. McDonnell said travellers cut across the pramc lo Coalhursl with- out rtct coming near him. The commission reserved Us deri- sion, which nil! lie rendered I torn the department at Kdniordon- A deal involving the transfer of the Carlson -lumber and rlanin? milK Is localtd. ou Ihe rher bottom, negotiated this morning, by H. X. Ilocktr, D. K. Vales, of Warner: T. M. Huff and A. II. Knight The I'anslfcr Includes all tlir- pro- perly and timber amounting lo ap- proximately feet, some of which Is still in (he Mr. A. H. Knight has neen appoint- ed manager of tho concefji. which will be kncmn as Ihe BeJl> Hirer Lumber Co, and It is that feet of lumber (Iwiiy ttlH be the capacity ct the mi'l tthen In running order. Many Improvements nill be made and a-ihoroughly moiKrn planing mill will' result. 'V1! ;