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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. e Daily Herald LABOR MEN SUPPORTTHE LIBERALS Endorse the Candida- ture of Fisher In Fernie (Special to the Herald) Fernie. B. C., Nov. dele- gates from Hdsmer, Michel, and Fer- irie met here tonight for the purpose of organizing the Independent Labor Party.of British Columbia and to nominate a candidate for'representing this riding but after carefully consid- ering the situation, decided "not to place a man in the field, and passed resolutions endorsing John Oliver and unanimously endorsing Mr. A. L Fi-' sher. the Liberal candidate. A del- egation from 'the convention .went to the Liberal Association rooms and officially notified that body" of the ac- tion. After this announcement, which was greeted with a rousing cheer, A. D. McDonald, president of the Asso- ciation, spoke briefly, the delegation on behalf o? Mr. Fisher and the Liberals. This action great- ly strengthened the candidature of Mr. Fisher and his friends are jubi- lant. LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER KAISER WON'T GO UP IN AIR Canuck Horses Win At N. Y. I New York, Nov. 9.-Al the horse show here i-a Clydesdales, Graham .'Bros., of CJaremont, Ont., captured It-he blue ribbon. All honors in the Belgian class went to j. Crouch and !Son' of Lafayette, Jnd. McLaughlin Proved the press That He Would ijud-cd Not Risk It L _____ Build College WILL ERECT A MODERN HOTEL Berlin. Nov. lO.-Emperor William confided to Count Zeppelin recently his tear that he would never exper-1 icnce dying in the air. He said' Of Music A Large Structure On Site Of Hotel Coaldale D. H. ELTON, I J-J-vx aa.ui i L.y j he had Empress that he J ucational building CANADIAN BRIEFS v Port Arthur, Ont., Nov. G. Neil, of Montreal, has'been appointed industrial' commissioner for Port Ar- thur his duties to commence at once. Toronto, Nov. Ontario rail- way board is hearing the claim of Waterloo for a share of the Berlin Street Railway receipts as the road runs partly on the -streets of Water- loo. Montreal, Que., Nov. 9._At a con- .ference between Mayor Sanford Evaus Hugh. Sutherland, E. L. Drewry. of Winnipeg arid Premier -Hazen of New Brunswick, the latter promised his co-operation in obtaining New Bruns- wick's financial assistance for the cen- tennial at Winnipeg. Ottawa, Ont., Nov. eight hundred cadets from the public schools paraded for the King's birth- day celebration On Parliament Hill this afternoon. Flags' were present- ed 'by the Governor General, who was accompanied by Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Sir Frederick Borden. Earl Grev greeted the boys after the parade and said he trusted thev would guard the colors given by the daughters of the Emp re if necessary with their lives. Victoria. B. C., Nov. some lays past enquiries have been made! :ere by the United States authorities to the effect that opium and Chinese! ire being smuggled from Victoria" to Sound by aid of the Gulf Is- ands in a gasoline launch and for' ome time past there has.-been rumors 'f a plot to smuggle both the drug Jid Chinese from Hong 'Kong and in- ormation is being sought by the Tin- ted States government in. this re- ard. Banquet of .the Sons of England. TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES May Be Established in Con- nectiou With tk Gait Hospital Harper iy added that, the Empress re- garded all air crafts as most danger- ous and perilous. Count Zeppelin has had the honor Of having as passengers in his air- ships two kings, two ,queens, and ma- princes and princesses and other royal flights have, been given pub- licity. Der Reichbote, a daily paper whicn has the distinction of being one correspondents who Lethbridge is to have another'big new hotel. Henderson and Downer contemplate the erection of a four Lethbridge is to have another ed- i buildillS oa the Hotel Coaldale isite in the spring, to be used for conducting a first class European j hotel of the finest type. There will be accommodation for one hundred guests. The whole hotel will be in suites with separate baths and other modern conveniences The building will have a frontage on Round St. of eighty-five feet and will be fifty feet deep. HYPNOTIST IS BLAMED FOR DEATH Brother Of a Former Medicine Hat Minister versify of Albsrta mcad stree to be music and concert hall Th cos j of the building is estimated al V oT Oil Company Erect Warehouse by making an Wright. is the ascent put it. with Orville The Imperial Oil Co. will erect a large warehouse, office, stable, and pump house east of the mills at estimated cost of S5.000., The per- j.mit ror these, structures was issued I this morning and work will be com- i menced at once.'' WIFE IS A CANADIAN London, Nov.' 9.-Canada is inter- ested in 7the King's birthday honor list from' the fact that Lady Dawson. wife of Sir T. Dawson, is a Canadian She is a cousin to the wife of the manager of the Bank of Montreal in London. Sir T. Dawson is one of the managing directors of Vickers Sons and Maxim. ACQUIRE LAND IN DOMINION ed Problem In The Board of Management of Gait Hospital are considering the estab- lishing of a training school for nurs- es in connection with the hospital. At their regular meeting last night the matter was discussed at consid- erable length and a" committee ap- pointed to go into it more fully. P. L. Naismith was appointed vice chairman of the Board in the place of the late Morris Barford. r Accounts amounting to were ordered paid. A very large proportion the patients at the hos- pital during October were free pa- tients. The number of hospital davs during the month was of which 310 were for free patients. The hospital statistics for the month of October are as Patients in the hospital at -the first of the month, 35; admitted during the month, 47; discharged during the month, 46; remaining at the end of the month, 36; deaths, 2; outdoor dressings and treatments. 84. MAY ALTER COURT METHODS FOURTEEN KILLEDlN STREET CAR FATALITY NEAR VANCOUVER B C C- F. P C D r I Robert LQNYB.ARE, C. D. C. L. j Simpson dead aml Prof. Arthur Candidate for the Senate of the of Newark, the hypnotist is under arrest and in a state of col- lapse today over the failure of his heroic efforts to revive his subject: Simpson was hypnotized at a'per- formance in a theatre here last night After placing -the man in a cataleptic state, the hypnotist performed num- erous tests in the presence of the au- dience .to show-the of his work. When the time ro end his work came, however, Prof. Everton For Relieving the subject- could not be revived. I In a panic the hypnotist called up- f on physicians, who after 'laboring a j long time over Simpson, pronounced I him dead. Notwithstanding this de- cision the man was taken to a bospi- 'tal, where Prof. Everton and the j-ondon, Ecg., Nov. lO.-Lord Dun- donaid, writing in the Morning Post suggests that each town and popt> lous country of Britain should ac- quire large estates in Canada antf county physician, W. H. Long, made heroic efforts to revive him. No re- sults having been obtained after "se-" veral hours Everton was arrested. County Physician Long said that Street Car Collided With a Kunaway Freight Car Just Out side The 0mitS Of Vancouver in uanaoa and1 r-uysician Long said that for relieving unem-lan autopsy will be performed today, ployed problem, instead of spending'to determine the exact cause "of money in useless relief works. All i SimPson's death. The crowd cheered at the' 'hypnotist who with a few Simpson Vancouver, Nov.. terrible accident by which lateen lost their lives occurred OB the in- ternrban tram line to New Westminister this morning. The first passenger car from Van- couver had just got out outside the city limits when a freight car which had broken away from an electric train ahead of it came crashing dowr the hill. The inotorman jumped but the majority of the-passenger. bad 'not time to save themselves before the crash came EILLED-T. Bowes, R. S. Lyons, T. Farmer, fetev-ens, J. H. Crowther. Wm Jol Georffe Thorburn motorman, Mitchell 241 Keefer St., A. S. Dayton, Thos. Tuttle (or Turtle.) T "XT TTT -_ Changes In Procedure Of Courts 01 France Contemplated For the Bonds Edmonton, Nov. first an- )uncement which has been received the figure at which the bonds of te Alberta and Great Waterways ailway have been placed on the y market comes to hand today. A spatch from London, England, savs at J. "p. Morgan and Co. will short issue This brief des- tch contains a wealth of informa- It makes public the record ice obtained by Alberta and Great itcrways Railway promoters for] 3ir bonds for the Edmonton, Fort line under guarantee by the berta Government. It also shows total of money-ready to be used construction, of prominent bank- firms to be behind the railway to .north. It was also learned to- 7 that M. J. McLeod, deputy pro- cial treasurer, and S. B. Woods, 'iity -Attorney General, have been New York and are now returnine; Edmonton, having realized from underwriters of the bonds placed the credit of the Alberta covern- it in New York Branch of the 7al Bank of Canada. This is a codurc adopted for the protection ihe government. As the construc- of the railway proceeds under eovernmcnt's guarantee, the mo- required is withdrawn from the Paris, Nov. lO.-At the conclusion of the Steinheil case Minister'of Jus- tice -Barthou propose certain changes c-t procedure an the trial courts of France. This decision of' the minister was made known today and is influenced largely by census in England and America of the French methods now in vogue through the operation of which the present judge appears in the role of prosccu- ter. Barthou is much impressed bv this foreign comment and he intends to give the court the duty and priv- ilege of "The Interrogator" and give to the public prosecutor and the counsel for the defence the task of examining the accused and the wit- nesses. He would restrict the pre- j rogatives of the Judge to practice in j keeping with that of the courts of Anglo Saxon countries. It is unlikely, however, that an ef- fort will be made to adopt all me- th'ods of court proceedurc in all La- tin countries through which the ex- amining magistrate in an exhaustive preliminary investigation collects tes- timony often not strictly admissable under Anglo Saxon rules of evidence, upon which the state establishes its .case-against the accused. It is the belief of many foreign lawyers here that in civil cases which were tried before a jury the French system per- mitting the introduction of indirect evidence and even the opinion of-wit- nesses-frequently enables the judge to arrive at a conclusion that is cer- tainly more just than docs the prac- tice of similar courts in England and America. 'v- King Edward Sons of England am commanded by the King to thank the Sons of England, Leth- bridge, for their kindly congratula- tions. Sandringham, Nov. 10, 1909 tions sent him. The cablegram was Fred Robins, Esa. sent at one o'clock last and! S.O.E. men should be immigrated under con- tract to keep their agricultural com- munities for a specified time. The Morning Post editorially em- phasizes the fact that Canada wants men, no loafers, but endorses a duly safeguarded scheme and hopes Lord Dundonald will see that prac steps can -be taken immediately. The Standard also endorses Dun- donald's proposal, remarking that it business proposition and as Lord Dundonald savs it is a paying invest- ment on one hand and means employ- ment of workless on the other. in a rigid state, placed his head oa one chair and his feet OB another and then stood on the man's body. Thea clapping; Ms hands, Everton attempt- "to end the experiment in-the usual Dundonald will see that practical was'not 'the usual-re-' sponse. Simpson's eyes rolled -bis- jaw dropped and lie collapsed and rolled heavily over on the'floor. Ne Port Colborne, Nov. French- man named Damonma was smothered under a lot of cement at Port Col- borne. sign of life was afterwards apparent. Everton said today he was Informed that Simpson had been drinking be- auiu Wiat IJ celebrated in .right royal manner by forces in Canada V-. J ilC was sure that the majority of the the the Sons OL r.nsiana. where and she could It-was brought to the attention of better place. He remarked on ;che meeting by the Hon. W. A. Bu- -deplorable lack of flags-on-occasions chanan ,n his speech that there were of this sort. He wanted to see the flaJ present just sixty-eight men on this -displayed everywhere. It was he on the anniversary of the ly way to maJc Canadians out of the King's birthday. At the suggestion of Mr. Robins the meeting voted to send a congrat- ulatory cablegram to the King on this his birthday, especially in view oi This odd coincidence. D. H. Elton, who made a most delightful toastmaster, opened the programme of the evening by a few patriotic remarks on the British Em- pire. He was proud to say that he belonged to the school whose, religion is the British Empire, the greatest potential instrument ever fashioned Iby man for the spreading of the prin- iciples of truth, justice and freedom j throughout the world. The createst i privilege he could enjoy was to sav that he was a British subject. i Foremost on the list was the toast to the King received with tremen- dous enthusiasm. The West Has the Men The following toast to the Imperial Forces was responded to by Supcrin-j tendont Wilson of the foreigners, who are pouring into the country. He thought that on a pub- He -holiday every man, woman and child in the city should bear the ictoria, Nov. mutilated ;uc for was picked up near j scene of the recent stage hold-up he Cariboo trail was received this ling by the B. C. treasury depart It. A CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE Victoria, Nov. Manson oi Cumberland was nominated by the Conservatives of Cumberland yester- day at the provincial elections. H. E. Planta of Nanaimo was elected bv the Conservatives of that constituen- cy to oppose Hawthornthwaite. Mr. Wilson stated that he lad teen; the installation, of the -irst of i England lodge in Alberta, organized j in Calgary. While not allied any of the. imperial forces he had Iwr] the honor to recruit for several con- tingents for South Africa, and the spirit shown by the men who wished to enlist explained the victories of British arms. One applicant who came had told him he had a brother killed at Mafeking, another a- nrison- cr in- Ladysmith, and fte wanted to show old Krugcr that there were! INTEREST PAGE SEVEN TURN NOW: The song, for Jack" by C. Gibson, in the interval of this and the following toast, was thor- oughly enjoyed. An Eloquent Speech C. F. P. Conybeare was the speak- er for this toast. He stated.that he was proud of being an Englishman, but although proud of his Anglo-Sax- 1 on descent, never forgets that he is i a Briton as well. It was not Eng-i land or any one part, but the British [Empire, of which we were proud, f 'There had been empires in the but their aims were different from! those of Britain. Our empire has' proclaimed the gospel of freedom. Rome, an empire founded on militar- ism, fell because there was no true strong link. But were other things to be proud of as well as bat- tles and military glory, and it was those things that marked the differ- j ence of the British Empire to all oth- CALGARY'S MAYOR AND STREET CARS ition Is a Good One fore the experiment was performed. The authorities 'later 'today grant- ed Everton, the hypnotist, permission to call in another professional hyp- notist from Newark to make a last effort to revive the young man. A1 third hypnotist from New York1 was sent for today by the management of the theatre. Everton was arraigned today and held on a charge of man- slaughter to await the action of the Grand -Jurv. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. Ar- ________ jthur Everton, who is alleged to have j caused the death of a man by a hyp- Imnks Lethbridffe testi a 5 iivpuo j0f Winnipeg and seven years ago was 'living on Young Street in the city. Six years ago he went to New York and he has since become a professor of hypnotism. He has a brother, j Rev. Samuel Everton, who is pastor I of a Baptist Chinch at- Vancouver. land who was formerly at Medicine mjHat, Alberta. The professor is Eng- In Iish and is married, his wife-being-at I conversation with the Herald at lhe Coast. [sentative this afternoon he "stated' that although it is only about a month since 'he was here before he notices more progress than ever in tin- beginnings of new substantial bus- iness blocks. The general appearance _________ indicates from a business standpoint! v a substantial as well as rapid growth have a l A syndicate of local men has been Mayor Jamicson of Calgary Theatre For North Ward formed, who will build a theatre The building fireproof, and will be- capable of accommodating five hund- of freedom. It was what Britain had j done with her conquered peoples after! jthev had been secured that told. Bri-j j lain had ruled her people for their own good, had reduced famine in Tn- dia. and had elevator! Egypt from a saic task of improvement had been' hers. British lives could never be re-J paid in dollars and cents, nor did Bri-j tain ever ask that of her colonies. I All she asked was that they remain true to the flag and the British race. iShe had taught to her people the principle- of "the fatherhood of God and the -brotherhood of man." Mr. J. Vallanee's violin solo fol- lowing this toast, was thoroughly en- joyed and heartily applauded. The Provincial Legislature The toast to "Our Provincial Leg- islators" was next proposed, and was answered by the Hon. W. A. Buchan- an, M.P.P. Mr. Buchnnarj wished to (Continued on Page 3.) Remarking on the street railway bylaw to come before the people, he thought that the proposition .in Leth-! Westminster Road, bridge was a very good one. He saw be of no reason why it should not pay well ;lv here in a very few years. In Cal- garv the enterprise was meeting with j marked success. Twelve cars People. Spacious exits are pro- in service on the line now and an for and the safety and comfort der was JUST bcing lacet} for safeguarded more. There was sufficient power at present to run the additional number. I proposod "to a Picture An eight minute service was being'Wlth and a tfivcn on the Eighth Avenue line and of ten cents will be the ad-, a twelve minute service on the belt, mission -price. No expense is to be _______________ I spared to make the theatre attrac- CANDIDATES FOR SENATE :live and proprietors iwill sw to it that a jrood clean pro- Edmonton. Nov. O.-C. F. P. Cony-1 gramme is provided. The building beare, K.C., L.L.D., Lethbridge, New contract is in the hands of Messrs. holme Dickson, B.A.; B.C.L., Mac-'Mornings-tar and Son who will rush Icod. Geo. .1. Bryan, B.A., the building to completion. The A. M. Scott, M.A., Ph.D., Calgarv. North Ward people are to be congra- and E. T. Bishop, B.A., L.L.B.. Ed- tulated upon having their own thea- monton, are candidates -to fill the va- trc.and we have no'doubt they will caney on the University Senate, ere- not be slow to show their apwecia- ated by tne retirement of Dr. Ken- tion by their liberal patronage nctJy of Macleod. Election dav is' ________1. Saturday. i LEADING MAN SUICIDES CRHATED COMPANIONS I Welland, Ont., Nov. 0.-.Iohi> Mor- wood, one of the most prosperous re- London. Kov. 8.-The Kintr has merchants here, disappeared last "0 ommander Perry, of the Mount. Thursday leaving a note 'that -he was and W. -W. Gary, deputy going to Toronto. Today his Mm.ster of the Interior Companions was found in Queen's Park NnS of the Order of St. Michael and St. Falls, where he had suicided No rgc> known for the act. ;