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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEX PAGES LOGICAL FIVE CENTS Lethbridge, Alberta. Monday, May 10, o CO-OPERATION NEEDED BIG INCREASE IN TRAFFIC FAITH IN YOUR TOWN "We have a gcr.lle- nun "who ha3 b.ul to tell us tiow- to utilize- tbo ad- vantages we enjoy and tio-.v lo eccouiljlteli tno end aimed at. Ho can't do U alone. Juit In the measure ;ou servo and ho gets the benefit of jour assist- ance, Juit In that measure will bo returned lo jou the ability you havo C. President Board ot Tiade. "Tho traffic through Leth- doubled iu the fast >ear the freight tin l.ftH- bridge In March increased 62 per cent, over tho same month bst lear. We have far Uiore I work, than wo can handle and have put in a for more Xtcke'l, C.P, R. freight agent. "Yo'i have sraapfd a great idea. '1 Ins is a great plate lo live In; a to ulnth to LIJIJJJ oilier Tbat Is t'lo ben yoif could iiave 01 asyiru tu. It ilH-ludes all othtT good '.s holesoinc uiotiv es." Joseph I'. .of Conlrntrie and Maiiufaclurc of 'f 't CHEAPEST POWER IN CANADA "I am pleased with tho K> ir.- cl! for piling 'J! We have the cheapen no-ter in Canada from the inannfai- Hirer's standpoint.. Wo have.vt anything we need lo ask fo-. We need fret ro juore abou' W. tlrcen of Ihe Kihson Milling Company, ft TO REACH THE 1DEAL "Iho I'ni'.cd Commercial Travellers are united in help- ing baiM up Ihe thy unul 11 be- come1; tl.e plae it is intended lo be. 1 m.iy ray thai tbe Amorc.iDi, HviuK here Btan-1 to stand by Mr. and help bulli! up a siea'.er Johnson, assistant UolwJ Slaws Con- sul. WE HAVE THE GOODS ureaur other better farming lual fac'luics for .1 city tbar: we If I hail tbe 11> '.o T! t, expanses of th" caith aud proclaim the I-os- sioiKlic-1 of Mavor Haidie. i I c- o I A SOODLY GOSPEL -1 would say to JO'J Trav- ellers: Preach the gospel of. lies of lie. a er. nrver a never knock 1 have never seen a clly ibat was boomed TP- l-enled In Eack clQih and aihps. us have sttldy, B-abslan- tlal f. V. Ceny- besre, K.C., Reception by U. C.T. to Com- missioner Tracy was Most Enthusiastic Event BOOST-BOOST' Prominent Men Sounded Note of Optimism as lo the City's Future WERE RECEIVED AT- ROME Koiue, May Au'.crkau pil- grimage of persons, conducted by the IU. Hev. John Grimes, IlUhop ot Syracuse, N.Y., received this morning by Cardinal Merry Del Yal, papal secretary ol legate. ROUSING MEETING ON SATUR. DAV WAS ADDRESSED BY THE PROVINCIAL OF- FICER U. E. LOYALISTS CELEBRATE Toronto, Ont, -May at noon, tho United Empire Ivoyultets celebrated the one. hundred and iUlr tleth anniversary of their landing in tho Dominion. A luncheon Mas heli at vliich about 150 membeis of In local branch, made their aiipcarance. May I3- At a rous- ing meeting to lun for ilatany bay during the hi-lglit a tho Aineri'an gctiooner, ise r.. liillirss. grouoiled a sand bank todiy, and Is in a precar- ious condition. Edmonton, Alia., May 17 1 he figures of the civic census begun on May 1, were made public Ihis afternoon, give .1 population of as against last year. as Ue man to oppose ine e! a Urnfe Smith a ,i ong-l ,lcettnd. ar lie Is president of the local m first in his cliarftc, Fifth Avc liaplist church. Green is n >oung man neli cndowct CftRMANOAY TAVERN BID IN BY Ev MR. SEHL SALE AT SHERIFF'S FOR preside hold union there. 11 is Ihe largest in Ihe Dislrict. having over 1MO niembors. According to the information re- ceiied by the Herald from authoritat- ive sources, Messrs. Kraiu and Martin, two of the members ot the Fernie local, made the slBltmcnl ai Iho meet- ing on Friday nlgbt thaA Smith had said he would stand for election for tbe presidency provided lie were nom- inated by the Fercie local, giving as his reasons that he was the most pop- ular, and would stand (.'no best chance of bealiug StublM on the issue ot the election, that is, whether tho U. M. W. of A. should adhere lo tho principles of trades unionism or the platform of Ihc Socialistic parts of Canada, which Smith would champion in the cam- paign. However, Smltli will be j. candidate StubbF, nnd will likely have his name put in nomination by some of the smaller locals in the Pass, nl though ofncials o! tho union stale that ho went on record at tho 1912 con vcntlon In l.ethhridie that he wonh never be an. aspirant for any of the district offices. Nomlnallons will close on May 24th antl otter thnt the campaign promises to bo warm. Stubba is working hard while other ofncials of tho executiv. who are closely related to him in tin figbl. are louring the. district putting up a fight In his behalf. KOOTENAY ORE RETURNS elion, HC. May produc- lion in Ihe Kooltoay and Uotir.darv district last wesa was and for the >ear lo date, tons Smelter for tbe week were ions, and for tbe year lo date SC5.537 tons. TO BUILD AT with pulpit aljilllv, anil is said possess Ihc tiaits which go for in Ilie ministrj. His -scrnions cslcrnay were rcplele wilh bright, csli, helpful thought. There will be congregational reception to Mr- nd Mis. Crcrn on Tuesday, May 7lh Mr. Green was marrlcil List and ts receiving the ions of his r-CK' congregation. TO PEACE RIVER COUNTRY Saskatoon. May 175 'rench Canadians from Quebec, pass- d through Saskatoon on Salurday, in i special train, bound for the Peace liver counlry, thero to take up laml Father Glronx, who was in charge o TOTAL SO FAR IS 3.E8 INCHF.S CHOPS HAVE FAIR START Last night's rainfall added O.Oi in- ches to tue already sulslantial figures -for this year, making a total of 3.6S Inches of precipitation since Januars 1st. For the corresponding period Jas year the amount was only 1.S3. Sine last Monday the full lias amounted to 1 59 or only M inches ICES than fo a period weeks last year The figures takea for the paEl wed at the Government meteorological sta lion at the experimental farm are a Carniar.gaj, May ll-At (lie fotr- clov.iK sale lieic on Kntunlsy cnn- felr'I li) Sheriff of l.cth- Hir Victoria hotel wns foM ''to K. -I. Srlil, o! the Ilicir-KfVI biildrr was Jlr. I! V. (iihhons, ol It is una-rstuoil thai Mr rcl-rcsi-nttd the larger creditors, Including the 1'ionrer Lurnhcr Co- arid ll-c Hardware Co. The Merchants hank was interested. The fut'irc of the r.o'.iac is nol known Mr. Mc- Donal-1, who built it 1ml a license for a wl.iic, hut thne w.-.g a the of insulTicicnt populali.'f, ami Ilie lubscijucrilly nnr.dltd it. LETHBRIDOE EXHIBITION Tho prize llrt for tho l.clhbridBO f3) hlbltion Is ready for distribution Th four days are Tuesday, .luno 2t, I're- parnlinn dny. Wednesday, Farmers Frlnav Citizens' day, Saturday, closlns day. follows: Monday, 31ay 12, Tuesday, May 13 Wednesday, May 14, Thursday, Mai lo ........00 in .......0.93 in .......0.11 in 0.00 1 Friday, May 16. Saturday. May Sunday, May I ..........O.lOln ........0.01 in ........0.02 in Taber, May- Ogil'ie Milling Co. announce their in tcntion of building a bushel elevator' here, for the purpose of buying wheat for Ihe Alberta mills at Medicine Hal. Delegation Waited on- Counc and Received Prompt and Satisfactory Response Moved by Aid. "Williamson, secontled by Aid. Aird "That the city of Lethbridge ask Mr. An- drew Carnegie for from to for a public, library." Carried unanimously. P.R. Foreman Was Seriously Wounded and Is In a Pre- carious Condition CULPRIT ESCAPED lounted Police on the Trail Trouble Was Over Pay- ment of Wages this amount ot moisture an the present ideal growing weal er prevailing. Sunny Alberla will ha vest that bumper crop alright. MAYOR IN WINNIPEG Taber. May Douglas ol tamer uironx, wno was in charge 01 he partv, predicts that fullv 3.000 Tabor, Is in Winnipeg on a Frcnch-Canadians will coroe west dur-l trip and is expected home at Ihc ng the summer. end. Aid. LolcriDg came llilo lie co'-i.cil tliambcr this afternoon at o'clock, while Secretary-Treasure Holiiiiiou readir.g the. minutes o the past meeting. the original eoiunuuiscaliuiis were icail, no Icltcr of tcsijnation Itoin AM. I.ovcring Mai louuJ. >Uj- ot llardic had no liesltalioa in slat- ing en Saturday tlial he had Ilie rS- signation in Ms pocliel, lint lay it heiore (be council unfcii forced to ilo so IjJ I-ov- erinj Wm-sclf. Evhlenlly His Wor- ship prevailed with success upon the doctor to reconsider liis derision, for the i.imous document vns snnonj tlit os, somewhat to the surprise ol certain ol the altlccmcn, who hail been for their confrere ear- lier in the meeting liciore lie put in an appearance. Aid I.ovcring is llitreiurr still Aid. Lovcnng, for a while at least. AVbeu the City Council couiei. this a deputation from I Citizenf Library commitlte waited the cily fathers to ask them to or.ce more take steps winch would lead to the establishment ol a public llbrarj in the cily. The delegation com- posed of J. Ilisiiibotham, spokes- man. W. A. Hamilton, superintendent of frtiools; Principal Hodgson, of the 'lligh Sschool: John Home, aud A. .1. Irving, general secretary of 'ho Y. M. C. A. In slating the case of the romnill- lee, Sir. Hlglnbotham icvlewed the hislory of Hie library agitation since would loJa Telegram from Sheriff at Great Falls Refers to Staftodville Tragedy Police Were Not After Murderer and a Confession-is Suspected Mounted Police arc Acting on Telegram but Will Not Speak for Publication A SIGNIFICANT CONFAB Toronto. May conference is being held toilay In Toronto between Mr. Wlllbm Harris, of London. Knj- tanil, of tho 35 million hold syn- dicate with a chain of hotels all over the world and Kir William Tlip outcome may nienn a giant pro- position. Do you want Italian. Murder happened Jl Number Thrct Mine." These words wore wire.d to Chief of 1'ollco Uavls lale on tno Shsrif! at Great Follf, Montana. II relates to the supposed murder of John Uurha, who was found oti the moinlns o( November 5lh WIJ, In Staffordvillc, blng dead in a pool of blood. IJurka was a Uu'Aowinian mlue'r at No. ar.d oh the night previous to his death had been In attendance at a Russian wodding celebration. Eier> ciicunislance s.irrour.dlng his death graphic conjiimnicallon-to Great falls pointed to m.irdtr, and several of is via Fernie. Ourk.Vs associates were on suspicion, but were later released. 1511, showing that at the municipal elections in that year the citizens bad shown by an overwhelming vole tbat they wished a library to be establish rrt. However, as there was so much new Tiork on hand tor ,1512. the citi rens did not rush thiir demands, ar.d lime has passed will; nothing done. Mr Higinhotbam thought no fut ther time should be lost in selling Ihi movoWnl under way again, and lhonng people of the clly. The have no place to go, bJl the V. M. C-. A. nnd the moving picture shows. Tbe cost of maintaining a library ba about one-fourth of a mill or our pre- sent assessment, or about J1.50 per annum, the price of one book a' year to the averazo latepaycr. In speaking to the question, Supl. Ismillon paid there was no question now of the need of a public library. Following un altcrcatiou 3'Couiicll wages, John iici, un- ll Kiiday evening a laborer on ona tlic t'.l'.l'.. scctira gangs on tho loutts line, carved up O'L'onacIl bis lazor, ar.d made liis get- away. Cp neon loday he was at large, with life MounUd ice on his trail. O'Connell ib lying at -Milk Kivcr. with three serious wounds on his head, tou ill to be removed to tho -.ospital at I.elhbridge. On Friday evening who is a Turk, quit the gacg. On Saturday, morning ihe came to mai.uing his time. O'Connell told him. tliat, lie would not be paid until that evening when tlie week's wort would he nniblied auil Ihc books made up. Kolhing WP.S said Ihtn. In the. after- noon llci appeared on the scene where the was working about four an-l one iTalf" miles south of Milk River, O'Connell was about 200 away, from tbe rest ol the crrvv. Bel walk- ed over to him, and ar. allegation nsuod, O'Councll once mofe re-iler- ;ing his intention ol not pa) ing tlie urk until Saturday night, lle'lurn- d his back on Itei and niaiJe to walk ..ay to the rest of the gang up tho rack.'nhrn the Turk jumped on hv? ack and bttuck Ibe foreman on tho ead. O'Connell beat his assailant fi, b'lt was struck bevcral limes he- nre lie finally broke away and met he of his Rang who weire conV- ng to Ins aid he reached help ic lo U.e ground with his faco and head covcreil with blood. A cou- ile ol men started alter the .Turk, mt ve had loo great a start and hey were forced to abandon 11.B -hasc and lake O'Cqiinell hack to Milk Uivcr. The wounds hied pro- uscly. One xas a bad si-alp wound, on top of the heail, another slit O'Conncll's ear, while the third uade a bad nounil in his neck. On reaching Milk Diver Dr. Scott, nf was called to lircss the ivounits, hul O'Connell couM not be moved to I.ethhndgf. owing to his weak condition occasioned by, loss ol bloort. Two Mounted I'olice at (he Milk lliver detachment nere notified and immediately let', on Hei's trail. Tho latler headed south, and it. thought he got across the boundary., A good inscription of the man wai obtained, however, and H is thought nc will he captured some time today< io for- gotten, and the only sequel, to the above tekfciam is that someone' has given himself and made a confes- slon (n ttu rrimf, as thero Is no des- cription of any sntpect abroad, und the only wey in which the deed cojla possibly be IrateJ would bo through a confession. The HrraM wired Great Kills but up to hour lip According lo stories told at Stafford an Italian who was caught running a "Wind rite" lift tho village sometime after life supposed murder and moved to No G mine where he continued op- Tho attorney general's de- partment got, after Mm and he mys- teriously disappeared leaving his slock of liquors etc, in the store. This stuff was (akca by the wholesalers whom it appears sold on time. N'o oilier Only through the council can anything be done. The Carnegie- Library Fund demands tbat all negotiations bo mad< :hrough the Mayor and council. I CitUcns are he enabled to keep up and develop theii tapte foi good, lit- erature obtained In their zcnool train- ing, the only thing to do was to es- tablish ci good llbiary. Mr. Hodgson thought If the clly is to develop Industrially.' Ine soung people must alwajs have before tbem books nnd periodicals of an DASHED INTO FLAMES AND DHAO- HIM TO SAFETY- STAIRS F6tU IN Italian of prominence Is missing, nak-re II win lend, he thought. tecn Tcic-. as Staffordvlllc- people know, ofcoiirae it might be any far toward Industrial efficiency. Owen Sound, May for heroic action or ms wjfe, Into a burning buildiog acd dragged him out from under a blazlns stairway, Samuel Greenway o( Hollind Centre would not he aide. Oreenway was coming down trie blazing slslrs ihen. they brolic, thfowing him Into heart of ihe fire. dasfeftl Into the flames and him from death. The brave wife wu unhurt. ;