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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I KM Lethbridge Daily Herald II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1969. NO. 274. TUPPER WILL TASK ASSIGNED TO VATC TDIT LETHBRIDGE MEN VOTE GRIT PEARY RECOGNIZED TICKET Opposed To Premier McBride's Railway Policy Resolution Passed At Laymen's Missionary Movement Suppev To Raise Money For Missions The -Sunday School room of Knox the next speaker. Mr. Anderson ex- Prestfyterian Chutch was '-the scene pressed his appreciation of the work of one of the largest and most enter- of the ladies in preparing this mag-. Vancouver, B. C.. Nov. terizing the bargain between theMc- Bride government and the Canadian Northern Railway Company as "wild and Sir Charles .Hib- bert Tupper today declared that it was his vote the entire! Liberal ticket, provided the Liberal j party" is as opposed to the railway policy of.. the; government as j he is. This statement by Sir Charles j was in answer to an enquiry address- tainins banquets of the season. Ab- banquet. He had alreadv out two hundred men sat down to a; spoken in twenty-five different places most sumptuous repast furnished bv i in the west and had thirty more to the ladies of the various citv. H-e spoke of the enthusiastic es. The .tables were loaded with reception that-had been accoi'dtrd them tempting dishes of every description j at every point and the ardor that and tastily decorated with bouquets i was characterizing even the .small of beautiful large chrysanthemums communities in missionary enterprise. supplied .for the banquet Washington, IX C., Nov. 3. ..Robert E. Peary today was .voted a gold medal by the National Society for having reached the North Pole. The hoard 6i managers of the society at a'; meeting today accepted unanimously the re- purt of its sub-committee of scientists, who hail examined the explorer's record's and proofs and found them to In- conclusive, of' his claim that he had reached the Pole. MURDER TRIAL PROGRESSING -by T. L. shines farthest, shines'" brightest nearest home." to God means serv- ice .man." A '-'Life is most worth him hose life is most worth "The more religion we export, the Love grows the sentiment of the movement. the Movement 'N7ot as little as we DARE, but as ed him as to the truth of the report! much as we CAN." persistently circulated in Liberal "The light that cles that "it.-was his intention to be an independent Conservative candi- date in either Vancouver .or Rich raohd. "I -am not! in public said Sir Charles, "and I will not j a candidate..; However; I am j- to the railway policy' of the' govern- j ment after 'reading Bowser's] shall possess, speech I could not support the way policy. I look upon the bargain ,the watchwords of the made iby the government with the j movement and the salient points in railway' company as wild and uncon- i the various addresses, siderable and I think perhaps the go- vernment .takes that view of it also; owin-g to the little time which they allow the people to study it." "It is rumored, Sir Charles, that you may take the platform in oppo-j sitio-n" to the government. Is there' "That is a matter I- have not con-i any truth to the j replied Sir Charles, with out hesitation. .More Nominations Vancouver, Bl- C., Nov. 2.-rThe Hon. -F. 'Carter-Cotton'was nominat- ed by the Conservatives to- as .candidate for that consti-fu- elec- The appeal that was being made to Clarke, the florist. the men was "Will you not give with The wags ,of the: were hung us -in putting your life into the realiz and mottoes ation of this great evan- -gelixation of the world in this gener- ation''" According; to their calcula- of six- teen hundred missionaries and the subscription of to cover botli.-home and foreign missions an- nually. That meant about five dol- lars from every church member in Canada. To accomplish this tlie ef- fort should be in a business manner. -.He recommended the. weekly system of offerings to bring the best results. than that, the pastor should -be Bull Shields On Trial For His Life-No New Evidence GAYNOR ELECTED; FUSIONISTS WIN Whole Ticket Except Mayor-Anti-Tammany Forces Sweep New York-San Francisco Returns Reuf Gang New York, Nov. forces of.'! of Richmond, Geo. Comwell, the Fu- Fusion will be in practical control of sionist, had 332 votes more than his city's government after Democratic opponent. The strength New York January 1 next, although Tammany of the Fusionist cause in New York Hall's candidate for mayor, Wm. J- county was indicated by 'the plurality Gaynor, was elected yesterday by ap-j of votes which Whit- BERESFORD'S OPINION OF CANADA People Are the Best Example Of British Stock proximately plurality. With the exception of Mayor, the Fusion sweep was complete. Not another Tammauv. candidate on the city or man, the Fusion "nominee for district attorney received over George Gordon Battle, the Tammany candidate.'Ev- en more significant was the victory of John S. Shea, Fusionist, for sher- iff, an office with emoluments, over county tickets won. The success of the Fusion forces in electing their candidates for comptroller and presi- Christopher D. Sullivan, Tammarw dent of the Board of Aldermen, toge- j by a plurality approximating 38.42G. ther with the victories of the Fusion j The Fusionists in New York countv and anti-Tammany candidates for the (presidencies all five boroughs will give the opposition to Tammany thir teen out of sixteen votes in the im- portant board of estimate. This board will have in its hands during its term of office the expenditure- of practically On the countv ticket, the Fusionists elected Emile Bullshields -appeared before Chief Justice: Sift-on at the Supreme Court this morning charged 'with the murder of Littleshields. C. F. P. Gonybeare, K. C. is prosecuting C F. Harris defending. The evidence city court judge, which with" their extended its candidates for Supreme Court judgeships, all three of its no- minees for those offices being success- ful. The Tammany candidate for the city court bench, George F. Roesch, was. snowed under by his Fusion op- ponent, RicKard H. Smith. Tammany elected 22 of its candi- i dates for the Board of Aldermen in their candidates for district attorney, I New York County, as against 32 el- sheriff, county clerk, registrar, and of Blue-Wings taken this morning corresponds largely with the story encouraged and supported in. creating told at the inquest and the prelimin- He testified to having missionary enthusiasm. The men i i5he movement will have to be men with conviction who are J. Macdougall at the to sacrifice much -for that con witb other victories, will place nearly ev- ery bit of patronage, in the greater city in their -hands. L v Below; Mayor, the Fusionists candi- by substantial pluralities. strike Littleshields' over .the j that A.'Prendergast for comp- sion of the supper, as chairman, op- ened .-the evening's addresses with a few remarks as to the purpose of the Missionary Movement. Hon. W. H: Gushing Speaks The first speaker of the evening was the Honorable W. H. Gushing., -who is accompanying the laymen from the East on their trip to the Coast from 3 had first come into contact 'We gain only by exercise .and so do love and liberality." The commission comes'to us'today. "Are you willing to put where God can use That was the attitude necessary to accomplish the desired purpose. Resolution Endorsed by Meeting At- the conclusion of this address the He had seen the followed Eagle a club. old man fall but 1 Rider, the old son who running awav irom Bullshields. was He ment about two years ed. in. enthusiastic terms on by, Messrs. RveJ gave the location of .the tents at the 'camp on the night of the incident in the cross-examination. Aleck Littleshields testified to uie "approximate distances of the various camps from another. The following six gentlemen com- pose the Messrs Gawdron, Peacock, Pearce. Armstrong, 'Chiswick and Norton. troller approximately 74.559 and thaVjof John Purroy Mitchell for president of the board of aldermen. The borough presidencies' alii went to the Fusion or anti-Tammany candidates. In Manhattan j George McAneny was elect-ed by a pluralitv of In the Bronx, C. C. Mill- ,ei- won out by the narrow margin of votes! In Brooklyn, A. 0. Steers had the comfortable margin of votes. .In Queens, Lawrence Gr-eser, Independent, won by 4.555 plurality, while in the little burrough tQ he thougllt h.e w.as cau_ H.e was then inclined; ency at tie coming provincial' tions. Mr, Carter-Cotton has three; on missionary, work as a sec-' times represented Richmond in matter in the charge. This British; Columbia legislature. The changed his view I only other name the j Missionary business be now: convention was that of C. M. was the vital business of! worth, President of the .British Col- church The oniy excuse for its umbia Conservative Association.. The j was that it carry on mis-i -Liberals of .Revelstoke have endorsed work The responsibilities; the. candidature of C. F. Landmark. Qf Ch jiymen were enormous.: Independent. Rossland Conserva- j He spoke tives have nominated W. R. Braden. j Qf ,greatness of our COUntry and the" wonderful and almost increditable as a candi- merchant, -date. .-Victoria, B. C.. Nov. J: Mor formerly -mayor of Victoria, to-i ing -as an Independent candidate He is The City Council Held Another Concern's Of Fire Captain erals may find John in C.. Nov. the1- Liberal Nelson, rB. Mor- Pat- possibilities of our own province and stated that the kin-d of people that j are to have a-t thc end of the present; aaj0urned meeting of the citv present time. The report was adopt- century will depend upon what the council wag hcld yesterday afternoon} ed on motion of Mayor Henderson, church does today. in the council chamber, when the reg-S Building Inspector's Report ,He spoke of the reluctance of men i ujar-Bu-ness postponed from Mondav j The report of Building Inspector to talk about matters of religion but was. finished up.. There were Meech showed that fifty-six permits present': Mayor Henderson, Alder- had been issued during the month. ected by it two years ago. It will have 42 votes in the new Board for the greater city and the Fusionists Latest returns indicate that the New York State assembly of 1910 will contain.94 Republicans and 56 Democrats, a .Republican majority of 38. The present assembly has a Re- publican majority of 48. Forty-five candidates were elected to the Assem bly yesterday are pledged" to the sup- London, Eng., Nov. at the Royal Colonial Institute last night, Lord Charles Beresford said that the future of Great Britain was black and we could only hold our own by keeping our supremacy at sea. The navies of the Empire should be interchangeable and should hava> the same discipline and signals. He had; found Canadians strong, healthy, cheery and energetic, the best speci- mens of British human race he .had ever seen. Canadian loyalty is un-' bounded, energy was splendid and they might shelter themselves under the Monroe Doctrine. But stock to do that, -so they have' de- they are too proud an offshoot of old termined to defend their trade routes- Having 'alluded to the excellent feel- ing between Canada and -the- United States, Lord Beresford declared: "We should not talk of having a fleet that could win should rather aim at having such an. Empire fleet that nobody -could attack at all." CARPENTER INJURED BY BROKEN SCAFFOLD What might have been a roucri .f true to be endeavoring terson, of Pheonix, has been selected! as labor candidate for Grand Forks j riding. I Nelson Nelson. B. Nov. the Con j servative convention for Nelson held' here tonight Harry Wright, formerly member for Ymir and. fox the last three' years government agent, was tendered -the "unanimous nomination and; accepted.. our we jy every means to propagate it. T-he nations that the finances of the world are mission countries, Great Canada, United State? and j Germany. And yet these very na- 1 tions. annually vast sums: for the machinery of war. It was strange that these Christian countries did not pay more attention to the Gospel of Peace and thus de- throne the God of War. This Lay- men's Missionary Movement would do much in breaking down sectarian di- visions. 1 J. M. Waters, M.D.: J. JI. Waters, M.0, a MORE TIME TO PAY TAXES And Get Discount-Time Is Extended To Nov. 30. The city council will grant another m'r.nth of grace for the payment ]ivins; is sublime, if we but take, taxes so as to secure the discount: care of thcse opportunities. Chris- men Bowman, Oliver, Adams, Hatch Building operations were likely .to Hutton !continue very brisk throughout the A communication was received from j remainder of the year The by-law thev Canadian Malting Co. of Toron-', had only been disregarded in one or to, asking what inducements instances. Thc report was adopt- would. offer the company to locate an ;cd- _ elevator and malting house at' this! For tair GroUnds place. The capacity of the elevator! The finance committee reported that contemplated was 'to be two hundred to take over the obligations of the and fifty thousand bushels. A similar j Agricultural Society according to the letter from the Lethbridge Brewing! resolution at the last council meet- and Malting Co. was read, stating'. ing, the payment of was.re- that plans had been prepared by the quired. The report of the committee Company for the erection of a similar elevator and malt house, and wishing uthorizing led. payment was adop to know what inducement the council Police Report nor Hughes' direct primary plan. In New Jersey yesterday the Republi- cans held their own in the legislature gaining three votes in the Senate to offset a loss- of three seats in the lower housed Hearst is .Satisfied William R. Hearst declares himself satisfied with the- result of the elec- tion .-yesterday, inasmuch as an anti- Tammany Board of Estimate was el- ected. He said: "If an antt-Tammanv Board of Estimate ,has been elected I consider my "-efforts well rewarded. I went into the. campaign to accom- plish exactly that, as I stated in mv letter of acceptance. "T hope that Judge Gaynor will make a satisfactory mayor and: I am sure of one thing at least, that he will make a better mayor surrounded by an honest and 'independent board of estimate! than he would have made, surrounded by the Tammany gang from which we have the good fortune most prohibitive in some instances. The amount costing S8.50 at a drug Bannard Congratulates Gaynor store, could be secured for by the Mr issued the f0n0wing board of'health. The report of .the statement: sanitary inspector was adopted, and "1 congratulate the city on the el- on motion of Aid. Bowman, the j ection of my associates on the citv health officer was empowered to so- ticket and a majority on the Board cure the necessary supply of antitox- i of Estimate and apportionment, in asked for, 'which'will secure the city to a large It was moved bv Aid. .Hut-ton that'extent from further depredations of T regret that I did port in some, form or other of Gover-, more serious i{ not fatai accident liap- pened this morning on the new build- ing J. M. Kennedy, North Ward_ A scaffold on which three carpen- ters were working on the north' putting on siding suddenly fell with- out warning throwing the three men to the a distance of sixteen or twenty feet. One escaped with a shaking up, the second with, a sprained wrist. The other, however, Mr. John was not so fortun- ate. In falling the small of his back hit the edge of a barrel- He was-re- moved inside and' Dr.- iMcNally called to- attend to bis injuries.- It was found that a defective scantling caused the scaffold to fall. ary from India, followed Mr. Gush- j ing with a most eloquent and sincere' appeal for this great movement. He was doubly connected with it. he stated, being both a layman and a missionary. No one welcomed the movement more than did the mission- ary. It was to him what the sound of the bagpipes was to the beseiged garrison of Lucknow. We were living in a time of momen- tous revolutions and strong changes. Asia was waking up and the oppor- tunities that present themselves at the present time were marvellous. To CQU_ At the council mating yesterday it was moved by Aid. Bowman thait the time of discount, for .payment of taxes be 30th and that the bylaw be '.'amended in accordance with this, -motion This move; was deemed expedient on account ..of the bad state of affairs in- connection with the assessment wc.rk and the sending of the tax no1- tioes, some of 'which had not yet been motion was ill as a received. "The fyjc council revision on the voters list