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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbridge, Alta., Wednesday, Nov. 2, 1910 Number 273 CHANGES IN COURSES Alberta Educa- tionists Met the Min- ister A NEW CURRICULUM Eight Yeans in Public and Years in High Schools. W. 'A. -Ham ilton, supervisor oi the city has.returned from. Ed- HAS REGINA GOT RESTRICTED AREA? Chief of Police Prepared to Bet Money it Can't Be Proved London, Nov. an inter- view Chief of Police Zeats of stated Be would give one thousand., Collars- to any missionary society if Mrs: Gordon Wright of London, Ont., could make good her .statement made at a recent meeting at St. Thomas that Regina had a "fed light into which.a clergyman's daughter has recently been enveigled. Chief izeats characterized Mrs., Wright's statement as slander upon Regina without -the ..slightest -foundation, in tact. Wright is away today hut her husband stated, that his -wife could substantiate .and .was prepared to stand by 'any statement 'she had made at St. Thomas or elsewhere. concern- CEASE Authorities of the Mormon Church Issue Strong Manifesto MUST OBEY LAWS Members of the Church Receive Warning Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. MEMBER ''INCREASED MAJORITY ing the existence .of the social', evil j cials of the Mormon Church montbn. he with other educa-] under conditions of segregation defiaite orders that.polygamous tionalists, to consider changes in I iteama- I marriages must cease. Francis 'M. the public "avid high school courses of stuniy. In'an inteJ.'view with the Herald "Mr. Hamilton gave a brief descrip- tion of the ;work being done. To fully .outline a programme of studies for the public and high schools that will offer the fullest opportuni- ties for -de velopment to the boys and of this province, is no light task. ,Yet that :is the task set the commit- tee select" id by -the Department of Education to revise the course of studies. This, committee, representative oE the teachers, superintendents, inspec- tors, Normal school' abd University, met at Edmonton on Saturday last. The minister 'of education in a arict pointed out the importance of the -work. 'and promised that the of "the .committee; have the best :consideration of .the Department: Dr. .presided arid with a -great deal-pL. skill directed the -discussions, iwhicii continued'- till late -at It was. "decided- 'to maks the: public course an eight year, one, each year" ;to -'.repr-es-ent '-a high- school course ''shouM' cover four years. r 'In the... school course, provi- all bench; the last'two 'years: Special training for business and -ag- riculture-should be-given in the upper grades of the rural schools.'-'. The high, rschool should minister to a greater variety "of interests that at' does today. Hence these should be in addition, to' the courses sity matriculation and .teachers" ex- commercial, and culture courses. agricultural The genera I- committee was then di- vided into, Public and High School sections. These then selected a Mr. Wright -further said that he him- self could prove the existence of the houses of prostitution in a..well de- fined district was quite prepared, -to" if Chief of, Police Zeats had a thousand dollars to throw away. Lyrrian; president of the quorum 6t" uvelvc apostles, who is next in suc- cession to'the-president'..of Jos. Smith, warned all Mormons CARDSMM70 ODDtLOWS violation, of this order would 'down the wrath of, the church. "In giving the .manifesto to" he said, "President- ford .Woodruff presented, the will God. It was as binding on F. any call 1 the in the west ijWalthamstow di- vision ot Essex, Sir John Si- nion, was; again suc- 1 defeating J. S. John- son, Unionist, .by "a" majority of The same candidates contested .the election at the general election, when Simon was elected .'by a majority of The vote yesterday stood, Simon Johnson FRANHORSE Former P. General Manager .Going to i I 'S WORK Organization Among the Town in th e Crow's Nest Pass- FRENCH CABINET HAS RESIGNED WHAT IT HAS ProBlems: That Still Re- main to be Dealt With surprise sprung Montreal; railway men what- are'kndwn -as, "Hawley lines'- in. the States, Mr. Frank-W. -Morsefof- the 01 ly vicerpresidentran-d-general manager of appointed gen and we are. bound by it. -If is as 'if to the churches as any written 'revelation. said, it himself. Some of our brethren who were not satisfied with the manifesto -have gone outside and the law and they have, offended ton While official! v- "it .wasi confirmed bv Mr. on earth today-possessing the author- i it-y to -perform plural marriages.: We want every one of you to clearly un--j derstand this, the sisters particular- i ly. Plural marriages are unrighteous and unlawful now. We doubted' the' constitutionality of laws-, but they have been tested- and- sustained. in.-thc courts" and we must obev them." Lodg Master MembersMp .Cardston-Lodge No. got lastTught, DRIVING sent- onvits Grand .Master Shera. of Fort Saskatchewan, "assisted by.the. two 'Lethbridge lodges, Leth- bridge' special; jxain -3" new dut dut- .eague The.. Crow's Nest Pass Improvement League-'was "formed in April of 1309, j for thc 'purpose of 'promoting the wel- .if i ittic unc uLUJtricitt.. LUtt uiiCULiy j'indirectly, associated with.the Crow's Pass." The idea'was originated i by'- A. F'. G-rady, president or. the 'Board of and A. Caiuerdn, the present mayor of, Cole- -man.-. The main- objects of the league were .t6 obtain 3, better mail 'service, 'and more facilities for the local dis- tribution of--freight. The latter ob- ject, has been..attained; A great griev e 'mining industry, was .the difficulty of obtain- ing, sufficient cars for the'output oE "At'.that time was no lo- organization..-.Through the agitation of 'the'' league there are now. two sidings and Frank for and yard engines, at both LORDMliffl iter'an'dr visiting.- together sixty consisting of Mrs. Elliott and Grand Master and !cmidren' fortunately escaned. Tho for the assistance'rendered in getting itire is attributed to a defective chim- the new lodge under way. Speakers jney- estimated at ?5.000: of the the wnile the insurance amounted 'to only tnanks tendered by the. N. G. and ex- pressed the pleasure they felt in .'being allowed to participate 'their SASKATOON SELLING BIG further west. Trunk Pacific line ran amuck on 5 day night and probably fatally, injur- ed his .co-worker with a 12-inch carv- ing knife and afu-nvards attempted to repeat tin- process in the camp filled Vvith lumber jacks who rctaliat- thc afternoon, has to wait a.m. before being distributed HUDSON'S BAY CO. STORES COMMISSIONER IN THE WEST Jidmonton, Nov. E. Bur- from Cardston on an occa- sion of so much importance and bear- ing so much on the welfare of the or- der in Alberta. .Good wishes for the future of Cardston lodge were ex- pressed toy G.M. Shera, vDJXG.M., John .tJradshaw and others. The individual work of these "latter two officers throughout was perfect, and the same must be said of P. G. Sandy J ISSUE OF MUNICIPAL BONDS by seriously pu-paring to lynch 1 ho bridge, the newly appointed romrais- raan: He was bound with ropes ,sloner of retai] ot the Hudson's struiic; up to nearest tree by the j England to take his new.duties, _ stiuiiiT lin 10 nt'arcsi nee IHU toon, through the Bank of-Montreal, lumber jacks who were driven savage ;is in city today. Mr. Bnrbridgb, is tomorrow inviting the public to by his slashing. A telegram was sent j accompanied by Inspector subscribe for eighty-eight to -F_ort William for a surgeon, and i of Winnipeg, is making his first in- six hundred pounds, four and one-half per cent, bonds at one hundred and one and one-half. t-o -Fort William for a surgeon. Dr. PL M. Bovd left on a fr spection of the Edmonton stores, look- be a many of Trade, Women's Cine League, Build- ing Trades and Plumbers also sub- mitted evidence along various lines. PROVINCIAL AGRICULTURAL 7 MEETING DATES SET -Kdmonton, Nov. annual pro- .vlncial seed fair will be held at La- combe this winter on Feb. 8, 0 and 10. .Last winter's fair was held in Edmon- Degree Captain D. Bathie and other leading members of the degree team- of the two Lethbridge lodges. Final felicitations having been ex-1 cnanged, the regalia and parapher- nalia having been packed and trans- ported to the depot by 3.30 o'clock this morning, the visitors got safely away on their homeward journey, arriving here just before six o'clock. train at 11 o'okjck reaching ovpr ,ho propertv and -oecomi camp at 8 o docK. yesterday morning i RUTHENIAN HIS PRINCE "AMONG PEOPLE IN CANADA Edmonton, Nov. Prince Szepty- oki, primate of the Ruthenians, left for the east this afternoon. He will FRANK AUSTIN The'funeral of Frank who died in Lethbridge on Sunday from DEAL camp at 8 o'docft yesterday morning T where he found Jim Cox, an English v cookie lying v.'oundeci in j the .bunk IIOHSP with his stomach so horribly cut '.-o that there was little hope for recovery. A temporary dressing was mudo and a special train, left the Sidinc: with thc dying man. carcrfuHy icndfd in a box car which had been as comfortable as pos- sible with .straw packing. Cookie Died Fort William, Nov. officials painter, borer. They metal worker, and la- wi31 take this action blotched or defaced. "who found -them av.ray'- to' get pie of witnesses, "returning to field Jess than two hours: aftervyards, when tlie goner rancli qf the "accused latter arid'another man, barn, two 'saddle cd'ttp.. One of those "horses toe cork of the front left-shoe, broken off. At dm: gates out of the field "they saw .fresh tracks'of a bunch of horses being driven o'ut. The tracks showed that the.-horses' had been driven by two riders whose mounts had been -sharply one of which saddle horses had the. toe cork off the Fol- lowing the tracks of the' of horses for a mile or more thev led into another1 field where the, .s'tolea horses, f.hp'horses ly been seen in Walter Hdwara's were.found, tracks of the two1 saddle horses that had driven- the bunch from one field to the. "other led back directly to Howard's The First Witness Rufus Pilling was the first amf on- merely as a matter of course, and no! 3y .Yv'hllcss 'tailed yesterday, afternoon fl nfl y An T -il t specific instructions will need -to be issued. R. .L. BORDEN HAS NOTHING' "TO SAY ABOUT THE ELECTION and was on thc stand for-almost hours: lie gave his occupation as a rancher living near Cardston.: about ihroc miles from the International' boundary. In the fall of 1U09 he and liis partner. Mr. ha-d aho'uu 130 head of horses, some of them branded quarter-circle eighteen-on'the" left- shoulder, ,and some "EH 'conucct- I c-d. Some horses belonging to -Joe ranch t.lieir ers' .brand was six over H' o'n t-he left Ottawa, Nov. L. Bordcn, -the Conservative- leader, looking the pic- ture of health after three weeks' so- journ at Hot Springs. Virginia, re- turned to Ottawa'today accompanied j .shoulder. A lino by Mrs. Borden. .He was asked for statement with reference to impend- ing bye-election in Drummond and'! sisl'.nS of Posts'about'a cod- apart ami live wires. It effectively prevent- a [the boundary for; he believed, about -t nd- sixty miles. It; is a good fence Artua'basca, but was reticent. "I have just'return eel and know nothing of the he said, "consequently 1 covered froni an .insan? fit during ing effect of gun shot wounds, acci- which h? mortally wounded dentally self-inflicted, while duck on Sunijav' minting, took place at Cardston yes-' now ir' lhl> Forl terday afternoon and was .attended, ed horses from drifting from one side of the boundary to another. arc gates in this fence 'about There every I have no opinion to express." A query ten miles through which no one' "can as to how he would advise the Con- so, without a pass. Between the serva-tives to vote, Mr. Ronlcu an-1 sales were what arc .called drop swered: "J can only advise the elect-! .win's- uscci chiefly'by people not car- ors to vote according to the dictates 1110 1'Psses' of their conscientious j about'thi'rte g about Christ. year, 'missed en head of horses, -Velsnn mill amj _ ..._. imrlcetx ol horses, togcth- Nov. 2.-The Dominion Saw-! Alr' Bordc" SlaieCl tnat ll0 heara very Pr wilh belonging to Joe reciprocity rjlk when ho was Peters. In thc forepart-of February L-umoer Co., an LngJish cor- away_ j.Ie had no 0pinjQa toJ0r late January, out lookiris for iporatiou already controlling the Mun- besides many other .friends, by over a. hundred members of the Oddfellows :hc Fort: William cells await-j day Lumber Co., Revelstoke Sawmill ing trial, being brought in by Con- stable Si ringer last night, although, tri charge is softened in tnc biggest timber deal in the and Yale Columbia Lumber Co., tlur heroic actions Of his victim, who order, including the two Lethbridge; on his deathbed made a statement go to Winnipeg. The Prince is one'lodges, who went to Cardston yester-: vindicating Johnson, on the grounds of the most picturesque .figures that j day" to inaugurate a lodge there. The that_hc vvas mentally responsiblr has visited-Edmonton for.a long time. Tnrough his interpreter he told a re- presentative of the had no desire to be newspapers, he interviewed on any subject whatever. He -had been misquoted, he said, in one of 'the Win- nipeg papers regarding the-work of his The annual meeting of the'Pro- church 'and the'result of his visit to vlncial Dairy' Association will be held1 a.t Red Deer, probably .in December. Canada, and had decided to- give out no more interviews train bearing the latter arrived at for his actions. That the dead cookie, who breathed his last vcsterdav after- history of Kootcnay and involves over a million dollars. The deal includes tour sawmills including the big mill at and 240 square miles of tim- express on tiie subiect for the pres- ent. The Conservalive leader will re- main in Ottawa until the opening 6? the sessions. ELECTIONS IN CUBA EXCEEDINGLY QUIET .Havana. Xov. elections Cardston at 4.20. The members form-1 hosnhai is- on-I ber !imits on wjlich are three and aiIOr the Ho'JSe of Representatives in ed np In order at the depot an-d march-! tjticd to human respect tnilllon feet in standing timber, ed to the 'assembly where the' evident from the fact that he died in '''he new company, which was incor- cortege awaited'them, and the trying to i-ave fellow workingman procession, over a mile then from "possible suicide and when ap- moved to the cemetery, where the prised thai his hours were numbered, tuneral services of ind the carried out. th order madc a" atmPc haVl- ollf'r not know what he was d'oing.'Illon annually. porated last year in England, is now the most important lumber firm in British Columbia. It has a capital of five million and owns six mills with a capacity of one hundred and fifty mil- the senaie and provincial and muni- cipal oHices, were held in Cuba today. When the polls closed tonight all parts of the country reported -that the elec- tions had been exceedingly orderly. A light vote was cast in the country thc-sr horses, he found1 tlu-m on ihc soulh side oi the lino fence which stopped their, from getting back lo their own range." Kc put some drop wires and passed them over. decided then that 'the rest of the missing were somewhere on the reservo With A. ho, iwnred passes and crossed; the f. rV.- scrvc to the agency, Ha ted "the case to tlir agent permission-tr> Vide tho reserve for other horses.-The districts, refused to issue tJieuy-permits, however, as 'It latlons 10 ailow white, men to ride thc reserve. They started again, tiicrc-forc, -to pass Howard's In f lie? field tlK-y saw a sorrell the Conservatives claiming i.hcy as one of the missing (Continued on page ;