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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiu e TV. Lethbritlge, 10. 1011 Number .271) 10 BYLAW REGULATING CONTROL OF PUBLIC PLACES lef (ijliosnie Deplores Ills Lack of Au- 'thorlty, tOURCE OF DANGER Might Kc- sult in Panic ami Disaster hicf Gillcspic hits a maUpr in liaiiil Jildi is giving him considerable these days, and intwids to ;e some action to remedy tin1 L-X- conditions. TlU'-rc is absolute- 110 provision in the city bylaws to j the handling ol crowds in Hie, res, churches anil halls in the and thu chid lias the luncil to relieve him of any rcspon- Tjility In A lire should break any. of these places while any ormpLco is going on. said the ehiet tliis morning, Inhere is nothing in the bylaws which us any control over the imm- cnt o! those places, and I am afraid that a flw may break out rmi! ol them while the place is with the result that Leth- lidga would bu the scene ot one of SIR WILFRID'S BIRTHDAY Ottawa, Xov. Wilfrid Lander's seventieth on Myndity, will be fit-, marked by the members of parliament. The suggestion that the day bo mudo occasion of u rone wed expression oC iiffectlon and teern of Lfbt-nris for their lend- er Is enthusiastically endoi'Be.d in Ottawa and will doubtleua bo welcomed by every Liberal member of the Commons and Senate. J. JEKUBZICK GAVE POLICE A CHASE Miclicl Man Knock- ed Down the ALLEGED THEFT jLctlibi'irig'o Poiieeiiiiin Is JOHN PARRISH GOT HONORS EASY Hot on His Trail RUN AGAIN EUROPEANS MAYOR ADAMS TO SEEK MAYOR ADAMS Who Announces His' Candidature for Third Term. I Conservatives Delect Merchant as Their Candidate In spite of th-2 fact thejtrain Groat Palis. Nov. having for :l number of weeks been upon Hie trial of Jim -tekubzlck, a miner I 111 New llichcl, IJ. C., for lira burglarising of a number of stores in that place, after having at last captur- ed Ills man in a lltlle town in tile southern part of the state only to have him fade away after having as- sauKed the jailer in charge, Serg'aant of the Northwest .Mounted Police of Lethhrlilge. was in the city yesterday conferring with the author- ities. WANT THE FAVOR Demand Admission to (lie UnH'crt States Markets- SAME AS CANADA HONOR FOR THIRD TERM IS QUITE WELL, THANK YOU TODAY theatres in the city and round aisles crowded so Unit it was Imost to make a move. was a moving picture theatre, and 'nation; John Parrish and 11, a. link what .would have happened J. A. Rasiu'usscn, of ihoie women anil children in there I J'lasrath- .two a film had, exploded as has hecn i'aivover. making tho nomination cassia other places. The result' Mr' have hflen too terrible to men- were delivered by Gco." Hoadley, M.P. P., Okotoks; R. Patterson, M.P.P., Mr. O'Connell pnsseti through Great '''alls Etevenil weeks ago and has snent the interval in trailing his man from one point In another nnd finally man- aged to locate him and place him un-' dor arrest, oniv to lose him after a few hours. the Conservatives of that- provincial j According to the officer Jekubxlck electoral district had a. attended! a rosidtnt of Michel, convention with'the result that John n ion" aml had Parrish, a merchant of. 'Cards ton, oS Vfi 'orraerly of Mountain Vievv. wiH "he aml depend for suit port soltfiy upon his labors in tho mines. For the past IS months fretjuent burglaries of. stores in that place had occ'nrnaii but the officers wore unable to fasten ilie crime upon any one per- terrible holacflusts which have j from Lethbridge did not, reach Card- Tsited other cities recently, causing jston till after nine o'clock last'nfsht loss of life. 1 do not carc to the responsibility on my shotil- for the'very reason that I havo bylaw to back me up when I try ;itop overcrowding. 'Home time ago Invent into one of International Union Alter the Rig Ooiiipany Is Sock Entry ot1 Their Pulp and Paper Pro- ducts Nov, govern- ments of Europe are claiming the treaty right of the free admission into the (J. S. of wood puly and print and other paper froui respective countries, j Norway and Swec-den, and it is i stood Germany also, have formally invoked the moat favored nation clause of their respective commercial treaties with this country by reason of the fact, that wood pulp nnd its pro- ducts now coming -Across the ho'r- ider from Canada into the United States tree, of import charges. The secretary of state and the treasurer the attorney general are now con- iBideriug the matter which will soon Seattle, Nov, Shelto Douglas is in Seattle perfectly well. Hte read last night that the body of. aNew York suicide hus been identified us his and decided not to contradict the report. Lord Shtelto has been conducting a small cigar busi- ness in Seattle under his own name and sought to avoid no- toriety. JUDGMENTFOR PLAINTIFF WATTS Winters Hands Out an Interesting Decision GENERAL! STRIKE Has Done His Best and Served the City Well x HE DECIDED TODAY Makes Sonic Bcmarks About Jfortli Ward L Meeting Mayor Adams announced to the aid this morning his intention of standing for re-election for the mayor- alty for the third consecutive term. He says that ho has considered phase of the matter very carefully, and Is more than ever convinced it is tho only proper thing for him to do. Many of the lest iave asked him-to thli stop, and although he, had some time intended to hand over the relat at the end of the year, so much pres- sure has been brought to bear upon im that he has last consented to run again. 'J will acknowledge that, I hnre made some mistakes, said the Mayor, 'but I do not think that any ratepayer the Conservative standard bearer at the next provincial'election. Three candidates were In-the field for noni- Well, the police went to the son until recently xvlien suspicion toward .iekuhzick. He iSpiwirr'icrib'-getjBonio Inkling that ho was suspected and he at appeared. Following liis 'departure Judge Winter has Just handed down bo laid boforo. tho "president. As the uls decision m the else of Watts vs point involved interpretation of JlcLeny. This Action to recover P l out Jny lery the duty righto-.the problem will be the balance of the contract price Bave lr'ecl 'o do was right la solved by the .executive, although it the defcndints building together itll that has come before is admitted that the inurarters mny additional claims tm extras Delcnd mo and luup nen-i 'VHiOll Al'iSPSI'TOIII Trim the ir counlerclalmod for damages in 11 (Mil llOll- tho presidenrs deciaion a.lvcrr.c. rcspcct ot ls spoKed. and !etay ln I uuder of H." oilty "ulldlng iof the pact. As. Oils' foh'turc and one In its con idcpondeiit upon concurrent action by slnmtlon, finds in ot the plaintiff v -T .Canada it was not affected bv tlie re- for tiie sum o 140 SO in respect of Dun Nov. cen. rejoction o. tho at cootracl pncc jn re5pect important We have 'ai- of .Kansas president of the polls by.; the people of the Domiu- o't extras le" the sum of as doM "s Bcouomlcally as tlie International Hftllermaliers :ind damages iwdidcd to defendant in re sible at the same time getting the Helpers Union today officially declar- Br'3Ct spolleli ln value for the citizens' oil a strike'aeninst all the plants of there were no jiaiier coraPietio" Judgment to Wfl m hand the American Locomotive Uo. About such wootl pulp, Mmta year xvi.haps the most impoitant of 2oOO men at Sohenecijidy, ,1'1 lnto Umlwl. ,t men 111 our cnlc the street ble on the New York Central Y., Nov. allowed person.Il interest to stand In the way of my doing what I considered right in the interest ot tlie citiz ns Duimg the time I have been In tlie citj has undertaken some the sewage During the' last few weeks a mini- tloncrt that the oiiginal amount of the gard 'After the issues of the day. the geivaml meeting, an or- ganization meeting was hold to form the Cardstou District' Ooiiservuiive Association. The officers elected '.were: Win. Laurie .president; .lolin an Example take as an example, the during one of the recent poll-; al meetings when the place lowdcd to capacity. Tt some iool III jelled lire, there would have been Br7dgc; terrible calamity. Yet, m. have 10. Cord, secretary; and a committee iiowcr to slop this practice. It! of five, the snmo thing with tlie churches the city, H is a common practice! put chairs in the aisles when a! rse crowd is present, and very few] MIC churches have exits sufficient! clear the place on shorf; notice. "Tlie fire chief and myself have had mailer under consideration, and wiEwia PAY BALFOUR TRIBUTE MIC that something wa.s done. I is sin.ply a measure oi public sutu j They have bylaws in liegiua aii'lj her cities dealing with tlie ii's about time something Asquith Designates Him as Parliaments Most Distingushed Man IjOndon, Eiifr., Nov. most taken from the burglarized stores. As soon as the' police were certain that Jokubzick was the man they wanted descriptions worn sent to var- ious points in Canada and this coun- try asking for his arrest. These de- scriptions were rec'aivoci by the police iu this city Sept. 29 and upon an in- vestysation it was found that the man been In Great Fiills'pn the prcvr 1 ious day and had stopped at one of the local hotels. From here he was j tracod to Saml Coulee. Upon Ibis word being sent to the Cmiadlan oflic- ials a policeman from Now Michel came here and took up the trail, but was unsuccessful. Then the matter was iakeu up by the Northwest Mounted ;im! Sergeant O'Connell was detailed from bethbridge. The latter trailed .Tckii-. hzick to Livingston and various other points in tliy southern part of Carbon j February nnrt the officials thereupon "avo Deen-.pling "P until now then closed the plant hwe. :v number' awnltlng th, PERILOUS WORK OF M MINER decision of the government. There Ms no Precedent Accordiii WHAT ABOUT GEORGE TAYLOR account of my past experience in mu- nicipal matters of. this kind that I North B.H Oat Nov hive been asked to stand for re-elec- sing Consemtues expect that Geo-jtion Number of Brave Fellows Entomed in Pennsyl- vania Mine Punsiitawncy, ra., Nov. odiits of miners were recovered from customs .experts there M P who up his 'I see that the North Lethbridge Soon after the reciprocity S0' 1llc s mtoHup left was signed :by tlie United States and Canada there' was received from one European country, presumably Ger- many, an inquiry as to..whether tlK most favored nation clauBO would -au- tomatically lower tlie tariff bars to the world in case the pact was rati- fied. This was iriet tlie sfalement that the policy of the .United States i had heen to regard reciprocity arrange mentfi as bargains where duties were abolished or lowered in consideration of similar treatment by 'the other nar- llic burning Adrian Shalt ol the Uo- ty. Consequently it was declared, la- chcster and I'lltshtirg Coal Iron voreil nations, ibe treatment could'not Co., shortly after one o'clock county. Jckubzidi was iiiaced undei i morning by rescue crews from arrest, an dlocked up in the town jail ic l.orc. If I get a hylaw behind distinguished member of lhc greatest jat tlle prop0r steps assembly in (he jcollld to bach I'll see is enforced.' 'lie matter of drafting a hylaw I Premier Acquilli said of Mr. Halfour, nine: this matter has hum phvc- i n'R I'ot'emost opponent, at the Guild 'in tlie hands ot the city council j Hall banquet, lonight. liiiif Gillnspic, hut as yet nothini; ''ol1" c i Iw'pn done to remedy the condiliotis. of lhc Irish Tbe same night which the constaiile was iu 'the act of placing a common -drunk in the jaii J'slcubzick j goyernmenl oi mines sUtion at'l-'iHsbiirg. Hie ..res hours Intc claimed, and the only way in wjiich the imports from other countries could be affected was', through similar Sir .lolin Darling's rtcatli. FORTY MEN TO PROTECT TOWN Ferine Polic Kept Busy Escorting Strike Breakers biirg. reciprocity by Cnn- ing, ncconip inildbj four 01 In scue car nmvcit hero two however, cliangpcl th> entire sil- MCTO mil i tc-aml four mils trip to an this country rainnot now pm i WIDOW WAS KILLED (Hancock, Mich., Xov. Ma liroy. a widow of St. Mary's, a vii- ge near here ,was shot and Wiled ut Adam Kenrlckaon, a hoarder at home, was seriously wnunded last Kiit by a man who is holievwd tn ive been a suitor for the woman's I'ecllons. The assassin escaped. Feniic, li. C.. Nov. men returned on the mine train' Uijs morn- po- t the was made olilv after much the.Uicory of a Ti 'V "ftccn mounted police ,nd time because liic car was too "le. "latter is pointed out aboilt twenty umnotmttd rain, r the right of way ordinarily siderod .whether jiiscd by the coa! Irains over thi! tariff concession to contiguous na- ;tion in discrimination against lands alists jireat advantage in lhc home making stems of handling this problem have been tried during the past and everyone knows the results. It Ij matter which would be better left out of the question, as It leads only to a had name for the city." Whether or not there will be any opposition to thp candidacv of Mayor Adams for the position is not known1 as yet, although OHO name Is being mentioned quite frequently a sa pos- sible candidate. Nationalists, said today, "the rcslg- I took advantage of the opportunity niiil j nation of Halfour gives tiic Nation- assaulied the ofllcor, knocking gcant Tucker had the n'Cn in charge, grant but Chief Cons'tahic Minty of the provincial force and city' L'hici llow- figlit. 1 am p.i see Mr. Halfoui: retire as ho always fought: laivly." KNOX'8 SON ENGAGEO w York, Nov. il. engage- .Mil, oi Miss Catherine McCook of BIG HAY CROP AT PINCHER CREEK Pluclmr CrtAilc, the Pin- cllor Creek district there arc scores of fanners who are roallisliig splemlid I profits out. of their timothy 'crops. It I la estimated by those tloa-iing in hay I that about, ten thousands tons of tlni- O1.1iv lias been put up by the Pinchc-r the accident, in tug unable to pick up his trull Serg- eant 0'Oonnsll returned to this city and upon instructions from head- quarters yesterday went back to farmers this season. Tilts ha. is city to Hugh If. Knox, tlie sec- sclls at an average price of.515 a ton, son of the United States score-1 wnic1' means that about will of llic stale is announced here. be distributed among tire farmers this date has been set for the 1ENCH GARRISON WILL Bg REINFORCED Paris. Xov. Bos decided reinforce -'he P'rench Rarrlson at mis which now cons vo hundred mwn. Thi year for their timothy crop. BANKERS ARE UNEASY Paris, Nov. ol American, French and Knglish bank- ers, inttirrstcd in re- form loan, at a niccling here unani- tiinl ihc !Hn determlna.! rihma "iis Jiml Accordingly i) lir.? been rcachoO by tho govern- Iliat "n action Itf Ink- It has .aecertaineil 5 Jekubziclv has armed hvidge. since hU Iiimsolf wltli two revolvers and will make a boil figiit. if cornered. BRITISH COLUMBIA SPUDS FOR THE KING VniK'onver, N'ov. is proposed In Vnncoiivor to send King Geoj-go n from British Colunibin's DO- tato exhibit, which has won tho high- est honors against all com.nctU.ors in America at the Now York In ml show. Washington. Nov. and attempt to nnccl "Tough diplomatic rnprenent ;i rescue were driven out by the gas, 'alivcb here ha'vo reiiucatwd the CJiiftml I manner in whicli handled his force. Tlio force was'drawn The 1912 uouncil Speaking of the council for next year, the Mayor stated that although there appeared io be a dcaith of can-( didates so far, he was sure that some' .hta men would come forward. An be made to get F' W Down-" Hcrgnnnt Tucker cr (o staml for eieclloll The opinion about -the streets is that ho has shown p along the good ability in his position on the en, were also on Inspcc- tor Campbell was looking-on at the wjj llul gos gnnt lie ,1 ,1M- when llm four men got off !Uoard of Trade dtirlnc tho past year, somo of tliem looming M lined up escorted Item l-md would make a good live airman. l" ami the followed .the proces- sion, some of them yelling and jeer- to enter the field, out a'great deal of pressure is liolup brought to bearupoii him by influential ratepayers, and there Is a tllicllliooil that he will re- m? as on previous occasions, but no i conmder liis decision, attempt at any kind of violence was made. Nothing lias been heard, from Frank was ln tllo yoar Nothing has yet been beard from f-'t'.vid King, whose municipal career Mr. ,, and it is not known what pro- "King has been very busy with his the actor, servod liore wlihlgrcss is being made by the coiiiiml- jfarm all and It Is thought a subpoena to appear as a witness in lees. that his agricultural duties will Inter- llm i.'nitnJ Slates court of the south- j Thi; evidence for tlie 'defense in 'tlie fere with his again entering the rauul- crn district of New Vork In the case I Uarr Intimidation case, against <-ipal field. (ho government against p. i i and otheru for fraudulent pre- of the moils, will for New y! York lonlcht. The case in which companlfc! on his tour hy lion. Goodwin is to appear la Unit Mv. King. .1. II. Bowman. M. P. i Schoftols nnd nice, rccenlly indictetl P. for Xorth Hrlicc, nnd J. Now York, acouswl of promoting JIcDoiiBull, M. IV p. for Ottawa. fraudulent milling schemes. It Is said Goodwin was an investor of the mliiltij; ti'iuiactioni, was finished Ibis aftnnoon, the Inuiers summiui: up, but Magis- trate Whinwter has reserved judgment until next Monday in pVder that be may liavn a transcript olp< ttic evi- dence before him. The case of George Linn with MIC same offcnre, will also-come, before the Magistrale on A. Stafford.. Dr. Ruslt, and P. W. Downer arc the only names yet men- but there is a likelihood ihat Ihe coming week will bring out n long, list of aldermanlc aspirants. The .elec- tion ia now only one month off, and the timo has come for tho citizens -Jo get on th'i task of picking the council for the banner of Uic city. ;