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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IV. Alta.J Friday, May Number .134 ETHODiSTS WANT CHURCH UNION RATEPAYERS FAVOR PROGRESSION SAILORS HAVE' AWFUL EXPERIENCE TAFT SCORES A FASHIONABLE CLUB Action -Taken by the Methodist District Meeting NEW MISSIONS DIAZ TO RESIGN NEXT WEEK -e- _ Mexico City, May is semi-oflicially stated thai tbe retirement of Diaz from the presidency will take place May 24th or 25th. Vice-Presi- dent Corral's-resignation will o- be by cable and will be attested by the Mexican mm- ister in Spain. (JSEIIMEAPOLIS Territory Divided After Lengthy Consideration- Conference Delegates Prince Rupert, May the verge of physical collapse, after being It was uenriy midnight when the lost five days on the Pacific and not Lt-thbriclffc Methodist District Meet- having tasted food during, that time with the exception of an occasional bird shot down or a feed of clams dug Sore at Action of Swell Social Club SMALL HEADED Crasliecl Through Nine Stories Into Jrreight Shed NOBODY KILLED R.N.W..M.P, Coronation it Contingent Start on SOUTH DAKOTA TOWN DESTROYED Omaha, Xeb.. May local offices of the Western Union Telegraph Co. received. a report tonight that the town of Del Rapids. S. D., had -been entirely destroyed by a tor- nadp which struck the town this evening. Del Rapids is a town of 1500 miles Falls. Long journey FULL LIST Is the Term he Applies to Marvellous Escapes-Ex- Of the Officers and Men ins finished its work last nignt, the Persons Who i urned Down His Friends Washington. May resigna- tions of two members of the boarc' 'stories to the street, plunging through of governors and the secretary of theia freight shed, wrecking one 'relent Metropolitan club here, made 'kn.nvnicar agricultural imple- damaging two more and sencl- plosion at Stone Quarry Injures iMen Minneapolis, May nine cuiicludinp; feature being a two hour Out when the tide was low. six men, today, following a speech by P'resi- j thousands of gallons' of of sea otter hunters., arrived here this afternoon. Their names are: Joseph Morrell, Sid Wombolt, Jack Stewart, Lytle, of Westminster 'Stewart. Tom Lanton and Fred on the proposed basis union. A motion moved .Regina, May R. X. W. M. Mabel Shonkwiler, who is charged P. Coronation contingent, consisting stealing worth of furs "and All the By-Laws Submit- ted to Ratepayers Carried VOTF f I i-i Very Small Vote Cast in Opposition to the Measures There was not a verj- large vote polP afterwards proceed to -Montreal and iwi5er. and Detective Egan. She and embark on- S.S. Montreal, which sails ;her father are staying at the Alex- on the 2Sth of" May. The destination Hotel. The preliminary: h ear- point is Millwall Dock, London. ing came- up this morning before Mag- votes cast of seven officers 74 men and 85 goods from the store of A. South- on the money ui oc uiuwtio, v u T s ses, will leave Regina for Ottawa arrived in the city from Mmne- special train on Saturday evening at this morning on the flyer in seven o'clock. The contingent will '.company with her father, 0. M. Shonk- whelmingly in favor of all the by-laws, tlve.- opposition, being practically nil. IE all only 212 votes were polled. The strongest opposition was 10 -chs-p by-law, there being 21 votes against it and the least opposition was to the 1 by-raw which included an aopropria- ih. oiidit voting for n arid ?..-ani.st, but six members did none south on the S.S. Prince .Rupert this not, morning. H'Cl in- a position tu vote at -.ill, Qn May 12th they left the schooner Jiavins. made uu.. their. minds on t'ne Peachawa. Captain Balsoui, near Uer. The feature the discussi-m Banks Island, in the Hecate Straits, and went into boats to prospect for the splendid address by Rev V. paralleled President Taft, who as a member of ular debris. Almost by speci nr.raclfe the executive committee of the Metro- eighteen men escaped injury ani per- politau. was reported several weeks haps death. Some- were working; on ago to have felt some resentment, over .the tank itself, others were at work the exclusion from the organization of; under the. freight canopy. The shoot- severai newly elected congressmen ing of Patrolman fhas. Anderson by Bv the courtesv of Commissioner !istrate Ball, -but as Cnief Oillespie is Pern- the full list-of officers and men iwaitfng to hear whether the attorney pon. for. a start to oe made on the 'general is wiljing to allow "restitution street car system. Tne total 5n charge ito "De raade- so that the' case mis-ht was which, is a large is given below: Commissioner A. C.M.G., jdropPed- the case was remanded until A.D.C., Regina. next Tuesday in order that his decis- Superintendent J. 0. Wilson, K maJ' be forwarded from Edmonton. vision, Lethbridge. knows that B done wrong and is willing to Perry, who strongly favored the otter- A heavy mist came down senators proposed for member- a negro across the street attracted (arid then were unable to findjsl3lp gome of the most jnfiuential their attention. All the men ran out their way back to the schooner. {Q the clu-b_ Amons; the men ex- from the freight shed and those on tliej had no charts and only .enough Jpod was oue of whom the climbed down to see the excite-j dent was said to.be particularly fond. ment. The last three off the tank) were Wm. TTendt. Andrew Newgarde! ion, Dawson. take her .punishment.' She is venr Inspector R. S. Divis-isorr-v for the mistake she made ami this-matter came up '.i-re way a great deal. "Of .the more partic-jor one meal, and a little water. They the district attended IL. 'paddled around till "morning "when L'yllevwas elected 'o -.cr- 'they sighted land, which was 3-rief district with the uiair- Point on Banks Island. They saw.no PcrrV on me cc-i- of the schooner Peachawa at that committee west .coast of if Not Worthy .To Button Shoes The flurry caused by tne club s ac- 'and TTm. Enrisht. Just ,as Wenflt Battleford. P down when Presid r one and the today. The, left oft the indescribable, the premises In his speech the president said: 'Of the'M. Rumely Co., into the wind- "I believe, and I am proud of this Of which das'hed hundreds of gal- uldice, of with-the wrong passage and" found t h em- j fact, that the Jews in America enjoy ions Of water, putting the typewriter Dr. W: S- Galbraith, of l.illi-'jthe nearest point of civilization tit the hridirc Welch, of Barons.; j mouth of. the Skeena... The men took Halcv, of Coaldale, as an al- selves on Porcher Island, uninhabited, jaii equalir.y that they have in only a force to rout. t. iFatigued they paddled dbw.n the coast i fCu- other countries in the world. Ij went ashore at night. One manjd0 not mean to say that there are' Explosion at Quarry men tVnrman-ay extended an inviUlion jkepfc fire going otliers sieptinot, racial prejudices here; I don't1 W for 'the nexV annual district meeting junder sails Over crevices in the rocks, j raean ro sav that there are no socia! hurt, one seriously in a prema- T j i 1 ri r3 m 1T i h 1 C O to t-here and the nivitatioD Sufficient fresh water was found at iviis accepted. Resrranoing Missions H took a good deal of time and D get the various missions different points. They rifjes but men lirtle ammunition and shot a few club-; and other places where the who occasionally manifest- blackball their and. ture exnlosion of dynamite this after- noon in the reck quarries of the Min- neapolis Crushed Stone Company. Jos- eph Crank, one of the'employees, was ___ the tug McCulloch, rearranged to allow for the opening; wllo fed and cared :for into a, a i rectory mess by using a g lv about the head mg out men ot importance in the Andrew a work. could hardly keep E Division, charge was read this morning. Her 'jfather is quite well-to-do and is.anxious J. H. Genereux, C Division, !to tbe matter out of court, but; ;it has gone too far now, and only the L. Jennings, Depot the, attorney general will Regina. .Non-Corns, --and Secant i011 _ v _ W R Hope, Sergeant T. Nicholls, i Sergeant-W.. C. Proby, Sergeant R. H. the Walker, 'Corporal R. A.-afeakin. is willing ..to drop the case poral L. T. Thwaites, Corporal W. C. as far as ]le is concerned. allow of this being done. In the- mean- time. Miss. Shonkwiler ..'lias "been, freed Grennan, Corporal E. E. Turner, Cor- C. F. P. Conybeare took the matter pora] A. Birtwistle, Corporal" G. L. Aid- j of prosecution in this case up with the ridge. Corporal A. G. Johnson. Corporal lattoruer general this morning, and W. Fieldhquse, Corporal A- E. G. 0. iwas informed that the law must take Reames, Corporal J. W. Bush, Corporal its course. H'. C. Oliver, Corporal K. Wilson, Cor- poral W. Hulhall, Constable Tom- G. M. Con- stable F. 01 sen. enough amount for che city to place the debentures on the best markets and thereby get the best sranaT for municipal securities, On the fcy-law providing for electric iight extensions and for a start on the street railway sys- tem the vote was: FOR 204 AGAINST 6 -the double by-law providing 000 for- the purchase of a travelling derrick for excavating, ditches ..aflcf equipment for the health department and :for a- children's shelter, 'passed by the following vote.on-'each FOR AGAINST 185 15 BIBLE SOCIETY IS RICH New York, May American Bible Society is celebrating the equ- jciusion of its 96tih lman, was cut about the head by the of i.cw appointments. Sweet Valley ]os, men first reai food "eaten j my fr'ends, while it is aggra-jgying rock but not seriously hurt, missicn. was ajvldcd in two. ,Thc for- ;since May 12. The men left Claxton j .________________ ASPBERRY GOES n cr Albion Rirtge mission was rii- monnng in their row boats and leaving Albion Ridge, Keho- here this aftemoon. and Twelve-Mile Coulee to iorm Albion Ridge while Kipp, Collieries. Collieries and the Bend will 'form a new mission known as Kipp. A new mission including Chin, Barn- v.cil and Coal City was formed. A rtarrangement of the work around "armangay. arid Champ'ion will be made Cin with .the High River-district ai. conference. W..L BERNRD- DIES AT CALGARY (Continued on SERIOUS CHARGE CONTRACTORS (Special to the Calgary. AHa., May T. nard, barrister, and one of Calory's ibest known citizens, filed this morn- ing from block poisoning caused by a scratch from a needle. Mr. Bern.xni was sixty-six years of age, and had the worst thing that, could happen. I have had it happen to friends of mine have been kept out'.of j clubs by people who are not worthy j to button their shoes, and who have J no standing save in clubs. It is ag- gravating, I agree, but a man is what he is by reason of his respect for him- j self, and if he knows that some one who affects to snub him and look down on him is not he knows that, that person is not his equal and if he cultivates any of the ,._ philosophy that he ought to call to will have the advantage over bis small-brained and narrow-minded critic always." Hostile to Hughes Associate Justice Hughes of the su- ,iCo r n court has incurred the erimiv jlive.d in Calgary since Ihc'fen- jcral will be held tomorrow. Blew Up Buildings to Cast Discredit on Labor Unions May Elliott, a Btructural .iron worker of this city, appeared before labor leaders here list night and made an alleged confes- in which he charged officers of the Xnlions'.' Erectors Association and of three members of the Metropolitan! club, who informed a friend recently that they would take pleasure iii i" THREATEN MASSACRE -blackballing Mr. Hiighes, if at OP JEWS IN RUSSIA time hig nHme wag for j St. Petersburg. May 10. The ser- ious situation which has arisen bership to' the club. TO DARK CELL Raspberry Jones, who was given one month by Masis- rrafe Bail on a vagrancy charge a few days ago. peared -before Inspector West this morning on a complaint from rhe guards to the effect that 'bey could not make him work. A guard took him out to work yesterday afternoon, bur instead of doing so, he laid down and would not lift a iiamJ. The inspector gave him a few days' rest in the dark cell, with -bread and wa- ter. :o see if that make him feel like working when he comes out. "A" Creek Corporal C- Scott, Constable R. F. V. Smyly, Constable-L. M. L. Walters. tion fund which will enable take advantage of the conditional -gift of Mrs. Russell Sage for another 000. With the gift of another 000 from the estate'of the late Jpnn! S. Kennedy, the trust funds so- Constable A. Haigh, Constable" R. C. Mansfield; Constable D. Lean. "C'? Sergeant. G. H. Sheppard, Corp0rai ciety will reach T. H. Turvey, Corporal. R. L. Constable J. Fripps. "D" Staff Sergeant J. S. Piper, Sergeant A, Alexander. Corporal C. Trundle. Corporal F. O'Comiell, Corporal F. C. Marshall, Corporal A. S. Cooper, Corpora] P.. Rawson, Constable J IL. Campbell. Constable "A- S. Fraser. Constable -T. R. Irwin. "E" Sergeant D. Ryan, Corporal A. John- EAKERSTOBE WIT! On the by-law providing di- vided as follows: Waterworks'-'exten- sions, for storm sew- ers and S70.000 for a sewage disposal plant the, vote FOR........................199 AGAINST ...................10 by-law providing for parks the vote FOR ............................179 AGAINST 21 r To provide for the city's share of certain local improvements such as street grading, boulevards, s'idswalks, etc., the vote FOR...........................201 AGAINST...................... 9 To provide for the erection of buildings on the exhibition grounds the vote FOR................................195 AGAINST .15 Mayor Adams expressed Mmself as delighted witn the outcome of the vot-: ing. It-is net only a strong eadorsa- lion, of the past work of the council, {but is also an authorization by the May speakers ,whp j people for the council, to go ahead. accompany R. L. Borvlen i'n his son. Corporal R. B. MacLart.y. Con-j tour the West are, Andrew Broder, IstabJe H. R. S. Frodsham, Constable of Dmidas Dr. Roche, of Marriuctte; (T. H. Irvine, Artlmr S. Meighen, .of. I'onage La. "F" Albert Corporal W. J. Gray, Corporal C. W. Thomas. Corpora] A, E. Mosses, 'poral B. Belcher. Constable S. F. her. Constable P. Durant. i "G" Prairie. In addition, Mr. Bor-ten be assisted' in Manitoba riy" D. Staples, Tien G. II. Bradbury and ilex in Alberta and H. R. Their opposition was based on through the threatening massacre against the race tracks of) Jews at Kiev following the finding ofJNew York the justice'was-ov- BORDEN'S APPEARANCE HERE i Corporal R. M'. Millar. Corpora! A. C. A. of Medicine :T-L Michel, Corporal L. A.' Kxham, Con-! 8. Lake, of Qu'Appelle M. S. Mc- 'stable C. .A. Martin, Constable H.'canhy, of Calgary; John lieu en Thome. Constable M. G. Baily, join the party. .stable J. F. Kendrick. j '_ K" with 'their progressive policy of "build- ing up the city. The mayor said that" it n-Quld not be long before the count cil gets the work not already under started. Sergeant MacBrayne. Corporal C. 3.ustice was gov a boy .under such circumstances as erilor Of. that state. The three mem-' Hon. ft. L. Borden willr speak in !j_ Coleridge. Corporal J. E. Capstick. to raise the cry of "Ritual murder. j Ders are interested in horses.; This Leihbridse.on June 24th at the S. Read. Corporal F. Mac- jestic ihoatre. This date was decided Brayne, Constable A. Mollison. Con- on last night at the meeting of (he sta.ble C. H. Atcherlev. Constable R. executivp of the Conservative associa-'c. Woodward. Constable C. Brown. tion. The reception committee has .Constable E. J. Dixon. uu itt-oe i.uc ui Jtil.uu. Ders are interested in norses.- This has aroused the authorities in their ,p3an Developed today. Justice Hughes' endeavors to solve the mystery ofi.be i name? however, has not been "pro- boy's death. Meanwhile the lo tjie'cju-D_ ish newspapers admit tlie reports which the agitation is based for the roost part are not worthy of credence. SAW FATHER employed by it with the wrecking of buildings throughout the country constructed by non-union la- The alleged confession was made Wm. Kelly, president of the Iron %City Trades Council. A. L. Collins, sec- retary of the Structural Iron Workers T'nion. and H. LeeScitner. vice-( president of the International Associa- tioD of the Bridge and Structural Iron Workers, and was sworn to before a riOf.aTy. T'ne labor leaders then rnrned Elliott over to the police, who CARDSTON MAN GETS NINE MONTHS TO BE TRIED MAY 25 two convicts who escaped from the barracks not long-ago and were committed for trial yesterday by.In- spector West, will .come- up for trnl before Judge Winter on Mav 25th. MANY DEATHS BY HEAT People of American Cities Die and go Crazy with Heat v nor yet been named -but all other core- mittces were appointed. J. P. Stark, local manager of the Alberta government telephone system at. Cardston, found guilty, yesterday afternoon, of stealing ho'-dinp him for an investigation. the governmem. by In- was nol given out but in his statement, to .tbe police Elliott "h> made the confession because vas not paid for information he r'ir- nished the Erectors" Association, end lor which he was proioised specter West a< '.he Mounted Police barracks, and was sen- tenced ro nine months with hard labor. Terrible Tragedy Enacted in Man Had Been Separated From Wife Bloominpton. 111., May jLeary, a farmer. This afternoon shot wife and her father Jacob Barker the Leary Hotel, fifteen miles east of here, and then drank carbolic acid, af 7.30 tonighi. Leary, who had separated from his wife and had living in Xew Jersey, returned i unexpectedly today. Seizing a shot- he shot his father-in-law, who was -Athabasca Landing j Corporal C. D. La Xauze, Constable ;F. S. Pearson. (CHANGES IN B. c. j METHODIST CONFERENCE Vancouver. May B. C. Me- ithoclisf. Conference has adjourned to :meef in Victoria next year. The final draft of the stationing- committee sends Rev. A. E. Smith, late of Dau- phin. Man., to Nelson. W. E. Dunham 'to Cranhrcok. Robt. Hughes to Ferris- idale. a suburb of Vancouver, F. W. jLangforo. late of London conference, jto Central Church, Vancouver. G. K. JBradsnaw of Woodstock. to Sixth! on his daughter, then his wife.] lavenue churc'i. Vancouver. Rev. J. S. land drank the acid, falling between) ENRICO ALFANO pimmock, of Fernie, was elected j his victims. His five children witness-j Leader of the Camorra now on Trial (chairman cf the East Kootenay dis- ed the deed. j in Italy jtrict. HAS CROSSED BORDEi Sergeant Ashe returned yes- terday afternoon after looking for E. H. Smith, the Mounted Police deserter." It. is thought thar he has got into the States safely, where he has many friends. He can't be brought back for desertion, bur ran for issuing, false drafts Al! attempts to locate him have stopped. j" Cleveland. May jum temperatu're of 95 degrees "ih the! j streets and degrees recorded by I ;the weather bureau instruments on al ihigh building. Cleveland experienced! the hottest day in the month of Itfayf I today for forty years, with the of 1879. j Twelve persons were brought be-l ifore the probate judge today for ex.-! amination into their mental ;the present spell having contributed! imuch to derange their minds accordir alienists. Ten of those examined .were committed to hospitals and twc held in jail. A score of persons gone insane in the city sfncl hot spell began a week ago. i Deaths at PittsburQ Piftsburg, May deathsj one a suicide, were directly attribute? to heat prostrations. No relief is pro-j by the government offi ;