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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herd VOL. I. LCTHBRIDOC, ALMffTA. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 11 NO. 2t2. AWFULLOSSOF LffEINA MINE Nearly Two Hundred German Miners Entombed ilarnni, Westphalia, Germany, Jists Are Not To Fight McGILLI Denver, Colo, Jfov. g the participAlioa ol the of Labor, tfaroufh ex- council. In the jeottit. nation- al campaign, M a distinct victory fur the Socialist it is announc UUjn ia tfce that there will be no rtght in this conven- tion of fedarmtiou between Social illtH and their opponents. Heretofore this contest has been, the mark of asaauli, Now the Socialists believe that a fttart has been made by the which will bring the labor movement of the country to their par ty. The convention-resumed its An explosion of -fire darc.p oc- aions this morning after taking a curred in the Rabod mine this worn- to visit the printer's home at Color ing and ot four hundred men who were working .iu the pit at the time only thirty-six have been brought to the surface up to the present time, ami one has since uieO. One huud- Of these all more or teas injured red ami fifty men. are entombed in shaft No. 2, .all o! whom are believed to have ,lost their lives. A total of thirty-five bodies have befn brought to surface up to four o'clock this afternoon. Eighteen of the men who got out alive arc se- verely injured. No hope- is entertain ed fnr the three hundred still below ground. The violence oL the explos- ion caused the walls of the galleries to fall in. salvage corps. armed with apparatus to supply each man with oxygen is now endeavoring to penetrate the mine. These .same who. went over-, to .Courier- crs- France, in March of 1906, and rendered such in that eventful mine disaster. ado CHINESE EMPEROR DYING Pekin, China, Nov. the consensus of opinion in Fekin tha the emperor of China is very sick tru today he is reported as 'still sinking He will not accept Western medica attention. HAS TOPAYF1NEOF Jury Found Editor Of Calgary News Guilty Of Libelling Bob Edwards Of The Eye Opener, But Disapprove Of That Paper's Conduct DO HOI LIKE KAISER'S ACTON CATTtE BUYER KILLED Kincardine, Ont., Nov. Campbell, farmer atfd cattle buyer Jiving near Bervie is dead" from in- juries received by being thrown from a buggy which collided with a water hydrant. The deceased was about 37 years of age.-He leaves a widow and three sons. MEN UNDER ARREST New Novf a result of collision which yester- day cost eight lives and ihe serious wounding of a score of persons at r Littlewoods leans North Western two men have, alreadr been arrested and a is being mad." ir.to (he-wreck as well ah the delay in a relief train from Orieans. Bmra SWBMS At in- pertant Stale Media? Nov.' ll-The meeting which is to take place in Uerlin today of the foreign affairs committee of the Bundersrath or Federal council-is At- tracting much interest and specula- tion. The .'circumstance producing the assembling of this committee, a most unusual step, having given rise to the inference that the meeting is call- ed to prevent Emperor William from pursuing an independent course in the foreign affairs of Ernpirtr as well as from publicly indicating a' person- al policy differing fromtthat -of government.' The Bundersrath repre- sents the individual states of Em Caigurj, Nov. find the defendant guilty of libel. 'We'lind that the-plea of justifi- cation has not been sustained. "Further we the jury as citizens of Calgary desire to place on re- cord our disapproval of the oscene Hterature and illustrations which from to time appeared in the Eye Opeuer, and we respectfully beg your lordship to caution the publish- er to refrain in the future from-pub- lishing such obscene literature, illus- trations, etc., ami failing in this that the paper be At. o'clock last night the jury in the now famous libel charge againsf D.McGuIlicuddy managing edilor of tlie Calgary the above verdict. The jury" hid retired for deliberation five hours ;_ C. 'T. Jones, the solicitor for the defence then arose and addressed his "I have been instructed, my lord, by Mr. Davis, that in case a verdict was given .against the de- fendants to appeal at-the next court en bane against" .the power of the jury to decide on'this point of jus- tification." replied his lordship., "When does that court "About December 1 or replied .Mr. Nolan. without a jury, it unnecessary for me to say and I am not even now suggesting I would have given any other verdict. In view of the verdict certainly in the opinion of the jury, because they so, this paper has been exercising a debasing and cor- Winnipeg, Man., Nov. were averted in Winnipeg lost night only by the chance interference of fute, when a jealous husband, craz od by liquor, endeavored to murdei I his wife in cold Ijlood by shoetk-jj; her with a large revolver, afterwards pulling the same weapon oil Inspect- or Robertson, of the city police, who entered the house to arrest tho mail. The entire affair was sensational. As u result of this Mrs. Chodcura lies ac tho General Hospital with a bul- let imbedded in her thigh, while her Ludwig Chodcura, is a pris- DEMAND ON HOLLAND Told Queen To Get Nation Armed For Fear Of Britain oner in the police station, with 1UB rupting and demoralizing influence on car split in two and his head badly it is in duty to impose a punish- the community the publisher through a blow from a heavy the Judgi to McGilJicuddy Justice Beck, calling upon Mr. Mc- Gillicuddy to stand up, delivered his verdict: "The. 'jury, have found, arid of course they could not but find, that you are guilty of libel. They have also considered the question of whe- not you were justified. -They have .come to the conclusion, after careful consideration of the" evidence, and ment. The provision reads: Evciryj one is guilty of an indictable offence I and liable to year's imprison- ment and to a npt (exceeding iwo hundred both, who pub- lishes any defamatory libel." Opinion of Eye Opener "In considerijjf the punishment I should I have a right to take .into I have no'doubt they wish the words the y to'their verdict, and to propose-to also take into account the question of costs These proceedings, "bothC'on behalf of the prosecutor awLfoirself will no doubt be costly and tue, amount you will be called upon in connevtion with your own costs, which will oi course fall upoiuyourself, will, I fan- be very I have a right to tske into account' Ihe cinrurnslanees which have appeared before me clur- inb the trial-of the case. Some of these circumstances are tlie charac- ter of the newspaper which led to the writing of the libel, of which you have been found guilty. A newspaper which %-Qnld_devote itself to the cri- my opinion, entitled io vefj-icahbro Colts rovolver in hands of t is, in ittlc onsideration. As I have said :hat is one of the ircunistanes I have- a right to take into account or liaps to tnke into account in ing pumshrneoi upon you, wliich thoj Law requires to impose, but I am not bound to order as a result of the verdict of the- jury ihst. you should pay Uie costs .of the prosecution. a Fine "Taking these things into account I propose not to order these costs as1 I have already inti- mated your costs wi'Jl be a very heavy item, -but I am bound to im- pose some.. penalty aud inasmuch as the jury has found that the plea of justification: ie not sustained-and the jury...has., intimated the thing has gone to too great .an extent in the way of vituperation and of course by their findings liave" found that cho.; es, whatever interpretation they have put on the libel, have not been.1-es- tablished, I am bound to impose a the Inspector. GOT THREE YEARS Hamilton, Nov. D. was yesterday sentenced to Dabb three years in the for assault ing Consbible May in September last. TU. Hague, Nov. Vadcr- land publishes extracts from the let- ters of an unnamed diplomat, who that during the Russo-Jupau- j war the Herman Emperor -wrote Wilhelmina of Holland, threatening the occupation of Dutch ports unless Holland put herself in a state of defence 'against Great Bri- tain. FALL RACES AT CLARESHOLM Nanes Of Winners In the Several Events BUFFALO FOR MONTANA Falls, Novl buffa- IOPJ; have been presented to the American Bison society and will shortly be placed on the range set isidc! for that organization by the Government in Northwestern Mon- m-tacit. Two of the animals were given by the C. E. Conrad estate, from what known as the Conrad herd in the Flathead country, and the other two bj John E. Dooly, owner of the notod Dooly herd of bison which :oam Antelope island in the Great tit Lake. The four bison soon will Cluresholm, The- fell Alta., Oct. race meeting the nucleus of a herd to be rear- Mi ou the Montana range under the mspices of the Government. penalty and I think I will be dealing 62 yesterday in cold fairly with the matter if I impose a fine upon you of one hundred dollars which will .bei.. payable forthwith, in ticism persons who are aspiring default of Liberal Still the Lead Prince Albert, Nov. W. W. Ru- Un, Liberal candidate, is' elected iu Prince constituency "with over thirty to hear from. He- was leading today by over a hundred aiu each return -that comes in is adding to his isaionty. newspaper statements, German According Luetsold, ti riar intensely- exasperated because of Emperor William's latest interven- FOR MAYOR OF VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. C., Cooper Keith, one of the wealthiest citizens of Vancouver, a year ago became an heir SmitJt the New York ;millionaiTe, will-be -a candidate for tlie" mayoralty of. Van- couve.r tion in or in other b tlie publication of the Loodon Telegraph's Interview, an act wfcieh las resulted in a- degree of criticism of His Majesty for the past 'two days in the Reichstag never before equall- ed. Consequently Bavaria lock, the initiative in summoning the commit- tee. No official statement" as; to Yhe purpose :6f the meeting can be ha.t and -a secrecy is ijeinp observed the '-matter. The Bun. desrath has como to be an almost forgotten feature of the constitutional. institutions of. th German Empire and- it- Is for rea son Jthnt So much speculation attach- es to the extraordinary pr piit the jgcst" Jally to hem. And verdict, just rendered I would have given, had I been- trying.' the case which' the jury has would be the verdict to public office or who hold any such offices, provided it confined its criticism to how the private charac- ter would effect' their efficiency or capability of keeping those offices, I think would be doing a great amount of gdod in the community, and it has -often, struck tine and probably struck other people that if ger, the Eye etuir ducted on linea of that kind; it- might-have, a .paper of -great value to the community. in my opinion, and'l fancy in the opinion of: most others, fte months in jail with hard Jabof. I stay, however, the execution of that, sentence until the 15th.day of December.15 for E, P..'.Dayis-.in his address for the defence, read from issues of the Kye Opener f .Thev first issue read from" was that of June. 1Q06; In it.was -stated t creed of- the not man au" Atheist. He was entitled to his own religious convic- tions or absence of them. -But a man claiming what Edwards did was do- (Continued on Back Page.) ther before a crowd of between 2QO} and 300. The racing was g: Fi'oe for all, trot or pace: E. Moflat's brown Bess J. Reynolds' brown isare Girl.................. D. Vanhorn's black horse. Zap MINER ARRESTED Sydney, N. .5, Nov. Mof- grand secretary of .the Provinc- Workmen's union was today com- vnitted for trial charged with perjury iu the injunction proceedings be- the association and the United Aline Workers union of America. Bail -vds fixed at and Moffai elected Bess won- in two straight beau., j tded by county judge laiety Ojrl broke each time when to Gaiety the lead. TracJosmens' Trot: _ Option. J. Grey Eagle Four !ran. Mile Heats, Running: W. -VS teven son's Croppy (o wuer) 1 THE AN ITALIAN FACES CHARGE cDonalda Quccnie Towiicr) 2 2 AVIlIiiuus'. AT AGE OF 106 t Nine: ,-Wiinain BeSttic is aged 105, "at' Maple Mcrivale. She vas born iTrelaail iiiid came to Canada shortly j life her marriage- in 1835. Sha read L vitif hur slashes until a year ago __ .was never ill-until .last August Also ran, E. Mqffatl's Parsimmon; 1 prbstrated with heat a fall as. a result of winch she She CHARGED WITH KILLING TWO AT LJLLE LAST SUMMER PRISONER ADMITTCD GUILT AT THE TIME Stcwyrt Haiion's Bill; ,il Close .finish each Dash: R; .'KiiE'o Dick, owner 1- L. Armstrong's Prince, owner 2 Five ran. Dick: won by two lengths Tfae Champion Saddle Horse liace, ,-J3sK and a sixteenth. .F..B- Ranch King Allan McDonald's Queenic (owner} 0. W. Fletcher's Gussie (Rice) 3 W. Stevenson's (owner) 4 Two others-_ran. Ranch King won easily. one of her limbs. s 48 descendants. E. L Liberals Get Two Seats It -is understood that the meeting is called at -the mstance of Bavaria, whose minister president, Baron Von Plodewils, will therefore preside at the meetings. (From Herald Staff Reporter.) Macleod, Nov. The second NOT FOR ROOSEVELT Washington, Nov. President Roosevelt will not become president of Harvard urjivefsity. The state- ment was called forth by the an- nounced resignation-'' of .President El- iot- which 'revived 'the jrepqrt that PERJURY CASE WAS POSTPONED MTT Hoosevelt riii v the university.. t become bead of SURVEY AT PRINCE RUPERT Vancouver; ?B, {X, Kov. prcyress is made in Uv3. com- pletion of the survey of the town site of Prince Rupert. One hundred and twenty men are now at" work sUking out lots and with continued fine weather it'is expected that they will finish the main town site- by the end of December. END OF ASSAULT CASE St. Laurent, Man., Nov. Carriers ease, an aftcrmatl of the election, was settled todas before magistrate Wilson, who finec William .Carriers ior n technical assault committtu on James who claimed ar> be a provincial con Macleod, Nov. man named Thompson brought up before udge Stuart in the. Su- premo court to be arraigned on a :harge of perjury. He had previous- y been charged with murder trial in the present sittings of the Supreme Court was commenced yesterday afternoon when Angelo Mont, an Italian, faced Mr. Just.ice Stuart and a jury including Messrs. Frank bteele, Chas. Kettyls, J.' J. Scott, Geo. Armstrong, J.: H. Brand and J. F. McDougall. to stand trial for the murder of Salvator. Castania, another Italian. Another charge of mui0efing Antonio Castania is al- so laid against him. The accused is a young Italian and does not look the part of a hardened criminal or of a troublesome charac- ter but rather. of one of strong pas- sion and determination when aroused. He sits in the docket and follows very, closely every word of the evi- en. He was drying himself when the two brothers Siilvator Castania, gen- erally known as Sam, and Antonio came in. The f0rmer asked Angelo how long he had in America.' and was told seven years, whereupon Antonio asked him if in ail that time he had not- met some one "to.get a last for his shoes." This is one of the greatest possible' insults to .an Italian and is equivalent, to. asking him if he had not come across some- one who ought to kill or strike Angelo did not show very an- CHINA PLANS FOR WAR WITH JAPAN voir. the Crow's Pass Flour A.jdence to place the fatal rope around his neck. As far the case has gone it looks as if he had considerable provocation, ?eed store st Blairmore on Oct. .1. He had been cleared on his ow.t >lanation as to how he got the mon- y he had. .He is charged with per- juring himself ih saying that he- Bor- rowed from Mrs. Grafton, that1 no one was present when he borrow- ed it, that he was getting five dol- lars a day for painting the Cosmopol- itan hotol and that Mrs. Grafton knew owed her money when she gave him As the charges wero all grouped in onr: count, the arraignment was postponed tn allow Missionary Makes SMK sational Stateaeats ger, however, and replied, "I haven't ound him yet, and do not expect to as I 'always mind my own business." then threatened to blacken .15.. and Angelo himi if ie felt so strong to come outside where there was plenty., of room and fight it out and threw down the tow- el. Antonio grabbed him and shoved lim up against the wall with his side over the watertap. Sam got in- to the fray-, but it was to separate them or strike the witness did not know. She her- self finally separated them and urged them not to quarerl. Antonio then went and got a stick of wood and came at Angelo who folded his arms and told him to strike. Mrs. Parmi took tho stick from Antonio. CIRCULATED EYE OPENER Halifax, Nov. has been committed for trial at Cnu- Ji'ng, N. S., on a charge of circu'at copies of the Calgf.ry Eye Open r, containing a librl on Sir Fred" Chnrlottetown, P. E. I. Nov. was nomination day for the elections. The Liberals .captured Charlottetown without op- Ths Hon. George E. Hughes and Dr. Warburton, the present- moni- tors were elected by acclamation. the Crown charges. to make four separate COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Brant ford, Ont., Xov. M Guire, former Grand Trunk yardman, charged with having been partly re-? sponsiblft for the recent wreck at Mount Vernon in which three men were killed, has committed for Irial on the charge of BLEW THAJN OFF TRACK City, Nov. explo- sion of powder at Drodson seven mil- es southeast oi the business centre Kansas City this morning blew a K. C. S. passenger train from the tracks. One man was kiiieci and 35 SUCCUMBED TO HIS INJURIES chiefly-from the deceased Antonio j CastanU, He is being tried first, owever, for the murder of the other Hother, who, it appears took but lit- le part in the quarrel. The three witnesses who have been examined have toH the story of the crime from the quarrel at the house n Lille where the tragedy took placo on tho afternoon of Sept. 25. until he prisoner was placed under arrest at the R.N.W.M. Police barracks in Prank, where he to give himself up. The witnesses were Mrs. Louise Parmi, with whom the deceased and the prisoner boarded, F. M. Pinkey with wlidfri Vie Came tu Fraiik iiiiu Constable Holmden to whom he sur- rendered himself. The Mrs. Parmi, the first witness, is a About six o'clock Jast nighi dcatl claimed Claude Never, the young brakcman who was injures! at sugar factory siding at "Raymond yes terUay. The body'will shipped t on the where it will met by his father and taken for in torment to his home in North Dako ta. PJiiladelphia, Pa., Kov. ing that the youth of China, the younger and most progressive ele- ment in tiiie nation, wr-uld in a great revolution overthrow the present dy- nasty, Hov. Win. Christie, a mission- ary at the Christian and Mission Al- liance, stated that great disturbances were about duo in thft Celestial em-j pire and also that a war with Japan was in conk-mplntion. Mr. Christie said: "The object of the revolution is to overthrow tho present dynasty which is hntod for its consorvatjon and feartHi fo A Sudden Shot Angelo then cat upstairs. Sun went on to cleaning his miner's lamp and Antonio snt on a chair near 5" the witness and was taking of- socks when Angelo in four or five minutes came downstairs. Mrs Parmi heard a shot and Antonio fel at her feet dead. Turn ing- she saw Angelo, who was standin; OR a little landinc four steps from th bottom, shoot Sam who had hi back to him hanging up his lamp or the wall about t'vree feet from him He staggered across the room an after gointf two steps out.side fell the ground. She cried out. "0, An- CHINKS DROWNED IT BUFFALO N.Y. DROWNED AT SASKATOON iUskatoon, Snsk., Nov. ikating with a party oi friends last light on the Hudson Bay slough, Al- fred_ _ Harvey fell heavily on his i !uiuf] nenr an air hole, breaking }'hj-aiRh the ice'and skidding for distance beneath same. He I .va> dead when taken out. V -Is. Y.. Nov. gaso- iine launch towing a clinker boat con taining thirteen Chinamen, tYom Canada, was wreckccr on souiiv breakwater early today private secretary to the min- of thiv .Chinese were drownwl ana i istc-- of the interior who Is now in HINDUS FAVORABLE Vancouver, Nov. dele- .T -vx-iH report favorably on the to transport their fellow countrymen of Columbia to Honduras. This is the a'd- by cable from wlat Yo" is power. Dr. Christie said that during the four themselves by clambering! i'I' on hpjakwater, from which I.' they ware taken by the police boat. 1 The -sj-v bodies have been .recovered. the Chinamen norc by white smugglers and left to battri- for their WflS revealed this af- ternoon'in n statement made to thcl West Scncov police by Ifok (junng. I the oltlest of the Celestials. Quongt finid that the boat loads were made ten Celestials and three white that ho er.fl four oi i his countrymen went uY.ro Toronto tol Tlamilton where they remnSnc.l sev-1 JIo' era I one nipht woek? j lhe capital of colonv. the central TO RE-ORGANIZE TORIES Sask., Nov. of the Conservative party for vhe province will take place on Oth when the big provinc- ?onvontion has been calltd to mcft at Saskatoon. The executive ?t it meeting last night dec-idt-d to aoM onvention with a view to comploting an organizing scheme. killed both my made no answer but t-hcjapo they woro brought to a bam or, j nis gun. back door and threw down Snni the next morning. When cross-ox Am ined by Mr. J. W. ormnaftl Canadian border. Mrs. Parmi saitl that the men had nrnv bright little woman whose knowledge of English was so limited as to make it necessary to have av, interpreter. According to her evi- dence the accused, Ang elo Mont, came home from the mine about four o'- clock in the afternoon and having changed his trousers, washed the upper part of his body in the kitch- past year there have been three al frequently quarrelroJ but had! ach time before the move- come to Antonio alw tempts ment was ripe. The unrest is bring fosterM by the student elemont. China is not afraid of Japan. Tho Government is work- ing night anu day in Tr.cn for war with Japan which him to uallv will come. This talk o! con-' e was a vcry started the quarrels. She had known Anpelo for three months in Danville and a month at Lille, at hoth of which places he had boarded wilh her husband. She never f.ETS FOUR YEARS KERN FOR SENATE Nov. entire Srnt'- ticket is elected, the ri-turns indicate that the Le- j will lv Democratic on joint I The party loaders are already John W, Korn for thp Tlnit- and hi; is probably j that will go before the I rT.-nivcratic caucus. Toronto, Nov. Camer- on cx-tellcv 61 tut- Fnnn- CANADA'S APPLES Toivrnto, Or.i., Nov. Fnnt, Growers' Association This cilliation between China and Japan in the event of another war with Western nations is ridiculous." nice young "iay. Dominion Fruit Commis- in inc .aalu im-n? war? not a court this afternoon on a apple taken off the trees in around the house while Antonio of lhc money JriuWlIa that dciivered McCallum guilty and was sen-i HI g' condition in the Old Coun- whom she had known two months j Ienm1 by ;Tagistrate Kingsford ir lhcy fcad facilitiea arid (Continued on Page Five.) sentence in penitentiary. at reuiunerative prices. ;