Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDQE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, IW9. XNO. 211. N. McKENZiE TO RESIGN J. W. Woolf Will Stay In the Legislature, However GOLDWIN SMITH QUITS JOURNALISM Toronto, Ont., Nov. retirement of Prof. Goidwin Smith from active journalism was announced today in the following paragraph in. the Weekly Sun to which he has contributed as "Bystander." Goldwih Smith wish- es us to state that old age re- quires him to retire from jour- nalism. Anonymous articles are therefore- no longer to-be ascribed to his ,pen." BIG INCREASE IN SETTLERS FROMU.S. A Remarkable Record For the Past Three Months SEGREGATION: OF VICE TO BLAME For the Existence Of the White Slave Traffic Berlin, 'Out., Nov. children, aged 2 and 4 years, of Mr. and Mrs. George' Hu- tik, perished in a fire that de- stroyed their home tonight dur- ing- the temporary absence of ihe parents. The third child was badly burned before the firemen arrived and rescued it. The destroyed. ACQUITTAL IS LOOKED FOR The Calgary Albertan yesterday ha-d the following item: According to information which it believes to be unquestionable, the Albertan is in- formed that Mr. Malcolm Mackenzie, M.P.P., will present his resignation to the government in a short time, and that he will not sit in the House during the coming session. .Mr, .Mackenzie has been a member of the Alberta Legislature since i'U creation, and has been one of the i most valuable members in the House, j It was -he who inspired much of the railway legislation that was passed by the province during the first three or four sessions of the House. He has been a very valuable member in every way, an-d he .will be very much missed in the House. The Albertan is informed that Mr. Mackenzie is leaving without any an-i imosity towards the overnment, JU C' i- mous increase in the .immigration of Kf.P that he has become somewhat weary... with the and worries life and has decided to cut himself from them and retire. He has been in ill health for some Winnipeg, Man., Nov. the traffic in white slaves was much lar- ger than the Presbyterian Church re- alized and that a segregated area in Jaifadian and American cities was ab- olutely essential to- the continuance of the traffic as it is at present ex- ists was asserted by the Rev. Dr. Shearer of Toronto at the meeting of Manitoba in the college this morning. Dr. Shearer stated 'that the -white slaves were brought into Canada as domestics and that they were distri- buted to points in all parts of the Dominion, many being sent across1 :the line to American cities. In or- der to convince his hearers that .he was speaking within the bounds of: truth and actual facts, visitor referred to specific cases in which 'convictions had been secured in the.; v courts. He would make no accusa-' Winnipeg. Man., Nov. lO.-The enor: against magistrates or the po-, but magistrates who REFEREI MAKES AWARD Ottawa, Nov. of the exchequer court has awarded t.> E. A. Walberg, who claimed from the Dominion government extras for the Ihu-rcolonial Raihvay machine shops at Moncton, N. B. i Belief In Madame Steinhal Will Go Free Paris That NURSE TJAT THREE LIVES LOST IN AN Toronto, Ont., Nov. shriek from one of the nurses of the Toronto General Hospi _ tal after midnight drew atten- tion of .the other nurses to the room of the young They flocked in and found that as she slept she had been bitten on the lip by a large rat. A candle search was in- stituted without Xo patients have'-suffered so far. This hospital is about ready to be demolished to make way for a new one. PARLIAMENT OPENS AT OTTAWA Paris, Nov. the trial of Madame Steinheil was resumed to- day twenty witnesses remained -to be heard. If the progress made the past week continues the famous case will soon be determined. After the pro- ceedings of yesterday became known to the public the popular impression was that the real mystery was being buried under an inextricable mass of prevarications... Today the concensus of opinion in Paris is that .the court'' j.has failed to develop any material evidence against Madame Steinheil and that the jury must her of the charge of having murdered her misbaad and step-mother. The accused woman appeared ".ex-' haus'ted physically but took her place in the court room today. She Its-} j tened listlessly to the testimony of j an uncle and an expert accountant! ONE HUNDRED MILES AN HOUR Address From Throne Deals With Very Few Subjects Speed Can Be Made With the New Single Track idea of TmblH Americans to Canada is best told in I advocated the maintainance of such a t Hnwif' which-have been completed bv; vice- in Canadian cities were uncon- Ncw York. N. Y., Nov. i immigration authorities. For the' sciously playing directly into past three montlis the figures pf the men and wpmcn eng t been compared- and show the total; jn.this dreadful business time but is improving very much and! number of jmmigrants coming" is pulling together very well. i through each point of entry in West- ern Canada. j -where there were segregated These figures snow a gradual in-'areas. The-committee on moral re- informed, i crease right along and this increase; form had recently put in circulation Innisfail, Alta., Nov. ll.-By afire who had been called to testify as onstrations conducted in London bv that broke out in the Revere House ithe Probable amount of money in the; Louis Brennan, have demonstrated! thp about 11 o'clock-last night three lives i Steinheil' home the night of the .mur- i conclusively that, the gyroscope can "ained Ottawa, Nov. the opening of the House uf Commons today, the Governor General delivered the fol- lowing speech, from the throne: oi the Senate, and Gen- tlemen of the Commons: ".lu again meeting you at a season .most convenient for the dispatch of business it is with pleasure that 1 congratulte you on the progressive condition of the 'country. The pres- ent which is now rapidly draw- ing to a close has been a period oi steady and progressive growth. 'Im- migration has poured into the nfew settlements of the north and of the west in a copious and well ordered stream, drawn from the best elements of the British and the continent of Europe. "Trade and commerce have made rapid advances in all directions. The revenue has almost completely re- what it .had lost re- He will probably spend the winter in the south, leaving in a few weeks. The Albertan is also were lost, two men badlv injured, se- 4 j n -the state allegi It was im- veral had minor .injuries and consid- J famiiy were in to succeed in hiding the. .vie- except in those ci- jder. This has been a disputed point be practically applied to railroad op- ging that the painter's I eration .or i a singl -e track syst em says cabie- special was destroyed. Just j stances and not likely to have in j Times. how the lire originated cannot at pre-. their house sufficient cash to attract T to the New York sent be definitely stated, but it was criminals, whose motive was robbery. though upon authority which is not; is likely to be kept up through the "several pamphlets dealing with this as definite as the other, that Mr'. J present month. It will be noticed .and related questions. One or .Woolf, M.PrP., of Cardston, has, also j that in the month of August this year t these had' been prepared by Recor-' decided to send in his resignation, j the increase over the Lder Weir of Montreal who from, a ing house and the flames spread with remarkable rapidity that in a. few minutes the whole building was in i month last year is 7SS. September wide experience in that city had writ Barnes, but the inmates barely The Herald called up both Mr. j Sn0ws an increase of and Oc- ten of the evils connected with Woolf and Mr. McKenzic regarding'. tober an increase of In the segregation of vice. the above reports. Mr. Woolf said j thrcc months aione the .total numlier'; there was absolutely no truth in any j js The complete figures show'_ reports of Ms resigning and -he won-j that Americans are coming from all MA V pMIl IM the probably a, defective flue. The Steinheil on "'Friday said vere house was a good sized board- that had been taken by the murderers. Toda- her .uncle and the accountant testified that an examina- tion of the books kept by the'family showed that there might have been something over in the house on iThis the monorail, which it has been claimed will eventually revolu- j lionize the railway sysyem of the i world seems brought within the j bounds of .practicability. Mr. Bren- non had previously given demonstra- tions with a small model car. Mem- dered what could possibly have given rise to such reports. parts of the United States. Hither-' to the immigrants from the other Mr. McKenzie confirmed the report! side of the line came through reeular as being substantially correct. He i ports of entry but on account of the has not yet resigned but he intends f tremendous immigration this year doing so before the opening of the the immigration authorities had to session. open more doors to the American im-! Asked if he could give his reasons migration and if the great rush con-' for this action, Mr.. McKenzie said, tinues which is readily anticipated.' DEATH OF LAD Nov. gay charivari almoSy ended" in a tragedy last night in South Glen-dale. Harry Bosnell, "My reasons are purely personal and i still more ports of entry will be es-'[ a lad of eighteen years, the victim, is have no political significance what-j tablished. The following are the -the hospital with- a bullet through ever. I am bothered a great deal by ficial figures of immigrants from Un- ited States to Western Canada in August Sept., Oc- bein-g in public life and my health has not been good so I want to give it up. I am simply retiring from tober, same months for 1909: public life and would have done so some time ago if it had not been for the requests of my friends across the river. I wish to spend the winter in another climate and so cannot attend! the sessions of the legislature. "Some people arc trying to make' he continued, "that I am re-1. i commission into the operation of line is being agitated. A coroner'r PUBLIC FEELING AROUSED Vancouver, B. C., ISTov. con- potion with the B. C. electric ray accident today public feeling vry high and an ir.c.uiry by a raf.vvay stomach and liver, a wound be- lieved to be fatal. Mr. McLaughlin a widower, was married last week to a 'daughter of Willett Burkell. When the event became known -a charivari party was organized. The noisy crowd assembled at the -house of Mr. McLaughlin last night but their fun was cut short by a shot fired from an upstairs winnow with the result stated. signing because I feel sore over recent cabinet changes. If you making any .reference at all to my resignation, J wish you would distinct iy and emphatically state that ;such is' not.-tfie "case. I d not seek and di-d not "jvant a cabinet position and am not one to feel sore over it even I had. am- retiring from public -for the personal reasons as 'I have .stated." CANADA HASN'T. ANY OBJECTION Wellington N. Z... Nov. Accord- "ing to the budget negotions are now pending with a view of including Auckland as the port of call for Van- couver-steamers. yThe premier Sir Joseph -Ward, is hopeful that the sympathetic attitude of Canada will assist in securing the desired results. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the Canadian Prime Minister, has -cabled that Can- ada will raise no objection if Aus- tralia consents to this arrangement. The question is now being submitted to the Commonwealth for considera- tion. THREE TRAINMEN KILLED Knc-xville, Tenn.r Nov. jury has been impaneled and the in-1. 'cru'e'st will be held 'tomorrow aftir-1. noon. The injured men are still- alive, were killed and 35 people The cause of the disaster is r, jt j injured in, a wreck at'Kleinerts sta- agreed on yet. J.tiori, twenty miles north of here eariy i today.-v The north bound through Louis'ville v- 'and Nashville passenger train to Cincinnati, which leaves Knoxville at 11-p.m." collided with a MUCH IMPRESSED WITH CANADA London. !Nov. ,-r- l south bound freight, interviewed on his arrival at Liver-; pool from Canada, contrasted -condi-i tions which existed in the Dominion i compared with the Mother Country, j Even dock laborers there he earned twelve shillings a day. He emphasized the fact that these will-' ing to work and adapt themselves! to new surrounding's were wanted in j Canada. i ha-d time to escape with their lives and three did not escape. These were: Ethel Arnell, aged 16 years, John Arnell, aged 10-years, children of thn .proprietor', and James 0. Bennett, a carpenter, who was boarding at the j house. William Arnell. the proprietor late- ly came to I'nnisfail from Bowclen, 1 and by this catasti-ophe is with his "family rendered homeless and practi- cally penniless. Mrs. Arnell and j three of the -children' escaped with' some slight, burns, the children ,be- ing thrown from ;i window up-stairs. Others injured were: D. Munroe, h-g broken; a section man. ankle broken :md firemen also received minor injuri-.'s. White's bakery was totally destroyed-and Kirkham's house about two-third? destroyed. So hot were the flames that the Church of Eng- land rectory ncro.ss the strset caught fire three times, each time being stripped by the firemen. The loss was Rever- House, complete, in- surance contents no insurance. The Whites bakery no insurance. T. Kirkham's resi- dence, loss SI.000, insurance the night of the tragedy. cent period of depression. Most re- markable lias been the rapid recov- ery from the financial embarrassment which for a short time-was the cause oi anxiety among business men. In nearly every branch, of business there has been a reaction of .activity which gives assurance of continued progress and prosperity. The Canadian Navy Two members of my government 'Ut- bers of the Royal Society were -as-j tended the Imperial conference called tonished some years ago to sec this! by His Majesty's government on the question of dteSense-. A plan was STOLE MONEY IN HAYFIELD i model running along a span, or- wire rope, Balancing itself like' a tight i rope dancer on two wheels in appar- ent defiance of the laws of gravita- tion and from time to time since then visitors to Mr, Brennan's house in Kent have witnessed the same appar- -adopted aiten consulting -wlltih. the admiralty for the organization of a Canadian ISfavol Service on the lines" of the resolution of the House of Com- mons on the 29th.'.'of Mich last.''The papers will be immediately brought AN OFFER TO JEFFRIES "Tew' York, Nov. Herald this morning A. Brady who formerly managed James T. Jsi- trjes, made an offer last night to give the retired SI'J.OOO as a gift if he. will fight Al K; ufman within ninety 'days. T.he case in which James Stod- dard was accused of having stolen eighty dollars from Victor Bowe, at Burdett, was concluded at the dis- trict court this morning. A-ccording to the evidence Stoddard had taken the money from Bowe while working with him in the hay field. Bowe had first supposed he had lost it but the bills found on Stoddard bore a very suspiious resemblance to those lost and further Stoddard -could not ex- plain the possession of the amount of money found on him. He was sentenced to three months with hard' labor in the Barracks. Nelson Horns, the Indian arrested ent miracle. The secret was to found in the application of the "TO- scopic force which keeps a spinning top from falling over on its side. be down and a bill introduced accord- ingly. Treaty With France The new convention between Within the little car was a gyroscop- ic which maintained it. The inven- tor has now completed a full sized car and fitted it with gyroscopes and at Cullingham he has given demon- strations which were entirely success- i.-n several charges of is br-ing tried todav. horse stealing A FATAL FALL Hamilton, Nov. Tait. is dead as result of injuries received in bciing thrown' to the .ground, a dis- tance of 25 feet, by the breaking of scaffold on which he was working on a house at the corner of Gillkerson and Niagara streets yesterday. ful. Forty persons the car up dow were carried in straight sin- gle track and around a circular track 220 yards in length. The car is for-! THE LETHBRIDGE EXHIBIT AT BILLINGS MRS EDDY SETTLES WITH HER SON! SUF FRAGETTES GOT A V MONTH EACH Nov. Alic.; Paul -and Amelia Brown, the window smashing suffragettes, today were sentenced each to one month Both are members of at hard labor. the Miss Em al- ine -Pankhurst organization.. During the banquet at Guild Hall in honor of the King's birthday last night, were thrown through a "win- dow of the hall, the crash of glass starMing the company and interrupt- ing the speech of the lord mayor. The affair proved to be a suffragette demonstration and the two offenders were arrested. B. J, COGHLAN DEAD Montreal, Nov. death is an- nounced of B. J. Coghlan, for many years engaged in the iron and steel business in this city. Boston, Mass., Nov. family! settlement involving Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, the Chris-; tian Science leader and her son' George W. Glover, of South Dakota, j and her adopted son, Ebcnezer J.] Foster Eddy, of -Vermont, has been' concluded according to announcement made by representatives of Mrs. Eddy" here to-day. Under these settlement arrangements George W. Glover and his family received the sum of 000, and Ebcnezer J. Foster Eddv. received In consideration of the'money received Mr. Eddy's son' and adopted son have executed deeds relinquishing all their present and prospective-rights or expectant inter- est in Mr, Eddy's estate. In 1907 both Mr. Glover and Mr. Eddy parti- cipated in an effort to secure an ac- counting of their mother's estate on the grounds that she was mentally incompetent. ty feet in length and ten feet wide and 13 feet in height to the top. of the cab in which the machinery is contained. It weighs 22 tons empty and would carry a load of upwards of ten tons. The two gyroscopes, which balanced it on the single rail were three feet six inches in diame- ter, weighing together tons and spinning at the rate of revolu- tions a minute. A petrol engine in the car itself generated the electric rotated and the running wheels driven The car runs backwards and forwards and is negotiated with perfect case. Mr. Brcnnon does not hesitate to declare that the monorail, which the gyroscope principle makes a practical i His Majesty and the President of the French Republic, .respecting the com- mercial relations between France and Canada, having been approved, by Legislative Chambers., you will also be asked to confirm-it. Construction of G, T. P, The construction of the Transcon- tinental Railway has a sub- stantial advance during the year. The western division has been i extended 66 miles beyond Edmonton, com- pleting a total distance of 861 miles west of Winnipeg. Contracts have been let for 399 miles in'the moun- tain divisions; good progress waa made on this work. The eastern di- vision is now open for traffic-from Winnipeg to Lake Superior Junction and thence by the. G. T. to the- lakes. P. branch oi. engineers entrusted with tine preparation plans for re-construction of the -Quebec bridge has sufficiently advanced its work to permit of tenders being ready for the structure. Exploratory surveys for a railway possibility for the first time, will nv, from .Q volutionize- the railway systems of _ the world. A train running on a single rail can attain -with ease and safety, he declared, a speed which is impossible for double railed vehicles, For the monorail a speed of one hun- drc-d miles an hour is safe. PERMIT TAKEN OUT FOR BLOCK Secretary McNichol Of the Board Of Trade In the Foreground Among the building permits issued today is one fur a store and office building -on Dufferin street for John Brodie. This building wHlbe a two story block, with pressed brick front. The cost is estimated at, It in understood that N. H. Murray has k'ri-sfd the entire block to be used in eonmrction with his new hotel. Wrn. Port-f-r has a permit for a res- idence on Cutbill street to cost viml Samuel Shaw for a dwelling on McKillop street to cost sons J3ay were during the past summer. It is hoped that the report of the operations will placed before you at an early date. The Intercolonial In order to improve the facilities already afforded the public by the government railway and entrench their value as part of the great trans- portation .system of Canada a bill will be submitted to yon for the pur- pose of enabling: the Minister of Rail- ways, on the recommendation of the government railways managing board and -subject to the approval oi Par- liament, to leasf! any line or lines cormectng with the Intercolonial. An order will be submitted to you for the purpose of rendering more effec- tive the present legislation respecting combinations which unduly enhance prices. "Bilis pocling will ;ilso be introduced res- bank? and Banking, insnr- CH1CKEN BONE CAUSE OF DEATH Frcxjfricton, Nov. Miissr-y, of G. W. Maasey, manager of P.iLiik of 'Montreal here and sis- ter-in-law of Ron C. S. Hyman. minister of public works for the Dominion, died in. the hospital hero as a result .of an operation to a chicken bone which Mrs. Masscy swallowed some time ago and which had lodged in her abdomen. navigable waters and other mutters. "Gentlemen of the House of Com- mons, the accounts of the last year will bo laid before you. The esti- mates for the coming fiscal year will b'i: submitted for your approval at an early date. .Honourable Gentlemen of the Sen- ate, Gentlemen of the House of Com- mons, I pray the Almighty Lord that Ho may guide and bless your delib- erations, and that they may bear fruit in a further increase of our country's prosperity and well being."