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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DEBENTURES SOLD VERY City's Issue Brought the Highest Figure "Yet HAD MANY BIDDERS Tenders Higher Than Those Got by Other Cities The city council 'last.night sold to Messrs. Woud. Gundy of Tor- onto, this year's, debenture BURGLARIZED IN FULL DRESS Baltimore, -Sov. police of this city -believe they have in custody a'genuine "JRaffles." in the person of Thomas N. Barnett, alias Kemp of Toronto, Om., who is held here on the of having robbed the residence of Howard Kellogg at ninth. years Barnett, who is twenty-three old, told the detectives that he inade t a rule to wear .full dress whenever ie made his burglarious expeditions so that if discdvered.he might reason- ably claim to have accidentally enter- NEGOTIATIONS ON TARIFF AGAIN Xov. ariff negotiations with the United States will be resumed in Ottawa SENT UPiORFlVE Montana Horsethief Wd -x grows is. not likely that there ready for until after K House re- tenee question _ vhy sea- be passed upon him, ;l The Iy to ths the Canadian was. a serious offence, sumes sitting in subsequent to .Christmas holidays. Secretary Knox Coming- Washington, _ D. C., Nov. ".'arl.v the purpose of resuming; negotiations, i no'.od or boundarv west of" the river" was approved W looMnR to the establishment of closer vljere it is to. arrest and w- RBtle'dge and J w' trade relations between t-he United bring men to --'trial He -Y-as last X-in? WlC at bv" the of 'Davidsdn wim Henry M. Hoyle. counsel- was the sen- lor and Charles-M. Pepper-, commer-; was. going-to was ?dviscr of tlie state, ing. to be a--severe oiio'-both for the ap- qaite 'behalf of the municipality .st that the P difect and om.a. point between Davidson Co.. that tiic' city appoint a "firman C1' vrl11 _-li T LlIP i -ill leave tomorrow for Ottawa. The' good of and the-.-eood of tl- Girvm. Mr. Graham read a -tele- rfihmmary Conference with, the Canr country. That sentence was five Tears' M.P., asking him heid the Edmonton Penitentiary. His n ;to give deputation good hearing i they represented .'the views of the ______ PJe of Davidsoa municipality. In v 'Of -representations made bv IT I 3 Ms and Wilson ih. I er ana betore 'be is WILD RIOT STREETSf CHICAGO p Police With Drawii Re.> yolvers Charge Mob of Strikers i-r GARMENT Club Women of trie City: Helping-Advise Care-: ful the days of _ ed'Chicago's a.brief entorce their decision. Minor dis-1 late this when Inspector orders continued during K. Uie police did not control the situation jlicemen'with: drawn-1 revolvers1-chafed.' lor a moment and more.wagons were .'several thousand heads of ail the companies except -Mr., Pjatt. are willing to entrust the settlement to a board of "arbitration. The. strike leaders express the.hope that by tomorrow Mr. Piatt would be won over to this programme. .During Jhe day the ranks. of the strikers were strengthened by, several .more depart- mental stores joining them. Aid was also -tendered .by the ongshoremens1 union, which sent a committee to the steamship companies .with notice 'that would 'not- of freight brought to 'them, 'by .strike-' 'breakers and threatened to strike to moved under police guard than on previous days. STRUCK FLOW OR. GOOD WATER AT STIRLING Water of a' spIeia 'qualitv at..i workers, who 'iasl side. One policeman bed and fifteen rioters ;were. sefibusly.' strikers sympathixcTS >ere" arrested to' most se sand after passing through between three and ;of solid granite. examined. Hector LeVelle, unmarried, KILLED SY FALLING Ci' "itfiitcF.- oeiore -fie is taten St.- Boniface, I 'will -serve the. Davidson dis Tne matter of the revision of "the ...Saskatoon-Calgary line" of tfie Canad seph_ Peters was 'the'first of the 'lan Northern, was referred to the Rail- cused's mother and brother, caUc'd, yesterday way-Board in t-he Xail- at, 1309 be ion two one brown ma're. the. bther a no. to 'the am-i ijjhout the there has been practically sales of bonds by dealers .to" tors, the price secured by the ih'rty year, four per cent, sold night, is considerably i prices fetched reivntlv U- S" 'oi the Local CIinstian Temperance Un- emperance sucprise DOCTOR TO FACE MliBil.CHARGE Vancouver. Nov. Bern- i bay mare. They bad his Gran.d Trunk Pacific entrance.plans t Lost them near his..ranch. His to Prince Albert and they were ap- horses >yere running with ;Hackcr and Revision of part of the Can- filling s horses. He lost them some adian Northern's Oak Point extension time in- 1909, to m .Manitoba was approved 1J10. He nev-er aad .any of own horses .str-ay across the. bcur.rir.rv From the appearance of the horses when brought hack by Pilling -Montana, he would .say that brands had been defaced' about or three months. The boundary fence .was in good condition. He consider- j ed' it impossible for cattle to jthrough it to cross the boundary of their own accord. CAUGHT AT NELSON South Alerta Co. Amalga- mates Witn Rivetside pany. Com- Calgary, Nov. 3; ''Riverside Lumber Co., of South Alberta Co., police -arrived -the ers had broken uandows 'inltlie f. -large building .occupied' 'bv the ing. manufaprurers, had driyenVstrike- breakers out, an d- carried ber of sewing-machines into 'the street-" where tne- machines The strikers and-, their" a 'desperate 01. their, number were knocked ii.aoSyhi- by the: revolvers' of and nat-a the --fight, wliich heads and, faces'- wV. number -bl oos. r mob ap'proacnetfv the Joined the strikers''ahd' aro said hav-e. .assisted in the jriaclunes.f'rroni the floors of'Lethbndge, an-d women, were hurt 'b'v and the New Michel Sawmill thrown through the windows-witeix'Ii1-' >Jew Michel, B. C., have amalgam at- spector.Healy his squad Arrived. ed under the firm name of- The River- side Lumber Co. The new company.'is capitalized at an-d will have its head office n Calgary. In addition to the -branch ffice and yards of the Riverside com- jany, the yards of thp' South Alberta T Co, at Lethbridge, New Day-j saw'the t on. Magrath and Diamond City, the .Fought the" Police i _ .The inspector' experienced. m getting together the disorganized Demy ot policemen which 'had the brunt.of t-he early fighting.'-When he had done so, 'however, .'the .-police charged, through the centre 'Voutae mob, knocking down Many .-of the when tteit reduced, to pas per cent. weeks, basis: Let-abridge 37.51 pcr cent Moose -Jaw (40 vear) Kcgina ;if; 75 ,c Kort Arthur Fort William Keciilevstdp i aim tyr two years a resuieni Mean- illegal operation, said to have 97.25 VETERANS WILL CALL CONVENTION AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Xov. meeting of the executive of the veterans brigade of Western Canada last night was re- solved that a convention should meet in Winnipeg, Xov. 25. All the orsan- ized companies are entitled to send, a delegate for each thirty men on thei roll, but at least two-thirds of their strength must be present to elect the delegates. if no delegate is available, a proxy may be substituted and mailed at rhe I as in reieronce to this citv while the Morning i -T l has i to dciray al! expenses of Mr. and Mrs i Se charge of bcen ln R0od the [bright to Ke-gina and .back to Lon-if- an accessou DC-' men onn-aowi .___.1.. Mrs. don provided they "can good theii ts that the city has a segre- Whitehead. an old trapper. The bie and his companion, covered ind condition, GOTDA of Howard his. TliR d he was artiiH'au madf a break for Hbertv, iei! was overpowered. The nitni c.ich carried loaded revolvers and a quant-ity 01 fiynauute. Thev are now in Xc-lson jail and will b Others remained firm and hurled-clubs ____ and stones at the officers. A number the valuable timber limits of--the Mi- of women were arrested, but most'ot Sawmill Co.. of New Michel on these were released after they bad the company has acquired control of rhe Elk River in 'B. C. The officers ot" the new company are: H..X. Ser- eth, president. general manager, and E. MacLeod, secretary- treasurer. RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN SOUTH DAKOTA Aberdeen. 3. D., Nov. five o'clock :his afternoon the engine- on after they been taken to the police station; More Trouhie Expected As a result of today's developments in the strike situation. Chief of Po- lice Stewart, tonight ordered'a 'con-, terence of his inspectors an-d issued a' special set of emergency orders to 'n- specters in the various police dis- tricts where the riots have occurred The attitude of the police indicates that much more serious trouble is- ah- TT-I t I-- Ui.lJii.yAC 4.O i He -Milwaukee, passenger running .ticipated within the next tvrentv-four from Eureka to Roscoe" jumped the irack near Hosmer, seven" miles north of Roscoe. Fireman Clyde R. Shipley. jdition, a physician was called, Berry- .._ C. Barton, the next witness, .naer and rancher liv- earliest possible time to Winnipeg the Hon. and his alleged- ac- j complices were soon located by the police. Winnipeg, Man Nov.-2.-An "import ant. decision which will undoubtodiv' iSENTENCED FOR TAKING lead 10 other suits w-as given in the! MONEY -AFTER appeal court at of the! BeJlinsham, ff 4 U.. He saw the bunch of horses in qtif.s- tion before in Howard's field in Ft-h- niary Jyst. Had missed some horses ami ing beard that there some noises at Krowning wcrr to Browning, un U.'ity in cash, as well as cloth ing were stolen. Rccc-ntly a similar place at Trail where t-he (.aitiNfian Piu-iHc Railway safe Was hurts whicli will "causs bis death. The passengers escaped unhurt. CATTLE "Xov. lelurning found the horses "in ques- of receiving de-! "tinn !'n Howaid's When he first i posits after-th? Home Securities Bank I sa'r Iiu" horsps he went to HowaV-dVs NAVAL ESTIMATES Fiom iheri: he Vv'ent to Fred Ma-ra.h. Xov. importance 01 Magrath as a catifr- shippinj; cen- tre, ix becoming niore apparent every .Since the A. R. i. tlw PVJIS. etc., some two the shipment Of cattle and ifom-.s has steadily increased until today ii has assumed wide proportions. The. latest left this morninc when about 500 head of Maclntyre's cattle on their lonjr tiresome jour- ney to Liverpool via Montreal. The -steers were in fine shape and accord- ing to Mr. Kenney, manager of Maelntyrc ranch, will brina; a prior in the British markct.r Mr. Mac- Jntyrc and many other extensive cat- t_Jc raisers in this district ship to England, and say that .Southern Al- berta beef is in great demand in ihe Old Country and a ready market is found for the export product. court dismissing the the award to of as damaceK iT'n cwvcd m escaping from the Dominion "e r Kish Company's burning steamer was senteHced to an imleter- more an.i nncr, at Warren's Landing On Lake rninate in the I ar.d then Winnipeg, in JOOS. Thq trial blamwl ilie company for the manner in which the fire occurred and for ne- glecting 10 warn the passengers un- til the fire got too great headwav and tins, with one dissentient, the Manitoba appeal court concurred and dollars and n. revolver stolen, fiic men an- be- lieved to he wearing the rlothinc slol fii at West-ley and one of the carried corresponds 1o the of that stolfii at Trail. COLONIAL '9 BE Dl was present was insoi-1 ,_ an ehtiary. He returned to WILL BREAK ALL RECORDS! Berlin. Xov. n- has appealed to the supreme court. STREET CARS IN AGAIN CHINESE BANKS ARE BANKRUPT Howard's lield. In the M-S had disappeared. state that the forthcomin timates v.-ill by i of more es- "Victoria, Xov. 2. then followed the tracks of a bunch of horses driven by fcwo sharp shod hors- es. The tracks showed that thehors- os had been driven .out of thp gate of iroivarri's pasture. Thev !ol- Imvcd ihc tracks of the horses across the rivpr. Mr. Howard then rodr and said, "You feiiows must IUJVP lost isomctbinj; pretty precious." pjll- nsr replied that ilioyhnd lost EXPLOS London. Xov. Mail KAVS the work ot ihc (.-olonial nffia- will shun- ly be divided, a new secretary of. state being aptiointed to with the business o: the self-governing do- minions. unnouiHTment is prohab- nt anticipation oil ime .diangc- in the colon-j s bif.-n himrcl by at Earl I ni any case it will nm. place mini after tin- Iir- i-nc hoiirs. All preparations are made for hastily calling in the re serves from the out-lying stations and moL-jilizing a large force of policemen and detectives in the dowa-toym' dis- tricts 'at short notice. Strikers Hold Meetings' The strikers tonight dozen largely attended meetings. The feel- ing ;it these meetings was intense at times ant! agitators were aggressive in urging the strikers to further dis- orncr. Meanwhile various club wo- men, who have interested themselves in the cause of the garment-workers, were urging their followers'to troiu any action which might injure Uirir cause or their opportunity of se- curing a favorable- settlement of the strike. fN-01 NeNon B C Nor i [orensost Chinese banks, thirtv ba'tive 11 i in Pekhl aro bankrupt, andja rived from being tested o Browning and some officers Xov. Monday about noon an explosion occurred in Belle- vue mine. No one was in the mine ;IL the time Knd shortly after the noise land Howard, wns arrested. Thev cor.-i heard, smoke was seen REVOLUTION City, h may HOT. involve was am-ljorcri over ;l siiiimariii! >i ;i new minister. "The Mains hi- said, "A ianauc Spaniard lurnrd on tiie .swilc-h and caused I explosion. M ..lose XavaltJo. a .Spaii- Morro latest desig Rcrs. ed for three of the barns. mediately been extended and is readv -for tioo. rhe m T u UI CII- -ill II i ianCe- of in lMjia- Gprard lived ten or en tertsmcd that the favorahb-! twelve miles from the Internatioral of Chinese Taonds in Eng- boundary line, and about two miles and a prospective foreign ioan from Award's place. He .saw the improve tile situation, iConlinucd 9j. the meantime all work is sus- a thorough examination of the workings takes place. The government inspector was here that purpose today. Tegm'galpa, Honduras, General Valladarrs, at one governor and commandant of oifTtridan working in st ruction of the hat tit-ship was tiio marie here tonight bv (ol. -I. H. Brady, Col. Brady says lie was one of a of four investigaticci the explosion and reported to Prvsi- Xov. 3. i "Three other army offic-ers, uiiosn 1 do not. cart- to ami my- port, sen reported to tliai- come out in open rebellion l tliat against the government, which dt- posed him. A state oi siege has boon proclaimed- and it. i.s expected troops will be sent a gains i hire; vi LU I l-CMUl'Il t Llia.C in our belief Zavaldo was'rt-sponsiblc. He was later executed upon the com- mand of. Geiu-ra! HUinco, none, how- ever, was able to learn for ;