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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. ii. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1999. NO. 282. FRANK QUITE CHEERFUL NOW I JHTTE IS CHIEF JUSTICE Business Is Booming -A Lime Burning Industry Montreal, Nov. Louis Jette. formerly lieutenant- governor of the province of Quebec, has received official notification of his appointment to the Chief Justiceship of Quebec in place of the late Sir Henry Taschereau. TO WIN STRIKE MINERS EXPECT LIBERAL IS HON. G. W. ROSS' SON WINS CHOSES WILLIAMS i Toronto, Nov. McDougal, President of No. 26 U.M.W.A. Nova Scotia, who came to Toronto in re- sponse to a message from H. Bons- I field, of the National present at the conference TURNED CAUSE OF London, Out., Nov. the West Middlesex bye-elec- tion yesterday for the House of Commons, Duncan C. Ross; Liberal, was elected by 155 over McLaughlin, Conserva- iive. tins afternoon. A post mortem ex- i iamination was held before a i Neepawa, Man., Nov. j Bosnell, the victim of the charivari j shooting in South Glendale on Tues-! dav night died in Neepawa Hospital CITY SHOULD -OPERATE (The Herald Special News Service) stoek- yesterday j QVer GlfiCC Bay sirike Albany, N. y.t NOV. 1 1. -Governor JMcDougal was recently committed for Hughe, to-day .appointed State Su- tria, in Montrcal peinuendent of Banks Clark Williams, as State Comptroller to succeed lhe late Comptroller Charles H. Gaus, !and on the eha oMJ. JU !belhnff Domim0n Coal Company, R Patcrson is -Dut on bail after' Frank, Alta., Nov. holders' meeting of the Oan.idian- Americaa Coal Coke Company, call- ed for -the purpose of ratifying the re-organization of the (company, was held at the head office of -the com- pany ;in Frank Monday, .when very nearly ihe whole issue of stock of the old company was voted in approval the new deal. 'The Canadian- Am'erican company is therefore no longer an entity "in the coal industry of Alberta but in .its, place is the Can- adian, Consolidated. Coal Company as the concern will be known-henceforth. -The announcement of the' reorgani- zation and the details of the plan of the new company, first given, to. the world through the medium The Herald and "of which the public had been.'given rib inkling previously, cre- ated .considerable of a sensation in The Pass" and in other who died in Canada recently. Mr. Williams is to serve until January 1, 1911. His resignation as superintend- ent of Banks has been accepted _ by the governor. being arrested on similar "charges. Bonsfield is confident of ultimate suc- cess 01 the workers, and states tiat no overtures will be made bv union authorities. Con servativ e s C a p ture North Essex In Bye-Election -old daughter of Windsor, Out., Nov. thir-; ainst the will 01 j teen years of Liberal representation j It is said that the father of er's jury. No arrests have been! FIRE IN LONDON, ONT. made in connection yet. j London, Nov. il.-Firc this Wm. McLaughlin, who was the sub- morning did damage to the extent of jcct of the noisy demonstration; to the Ontario i.ed his first wife last February and j tress factory. Fire Chief Aiken As-' a few days ago married the IS Chief Aiken, and Fireman a neighbor much as-j Robertson, were seriously injured by f the girl's parents. the collansino- Ar investigated the racket and there, is! Paris, Nov. H. j much censure of him as there is alsrv; yesterday recciv, ;of McLaughlin, a man-of good char-' mieux, postmast KOOTENAY LIBERALS HOPEFUL OF VICTORY Believe They Will Carry Fernie, Cran- brook and Nelsons-Official Nominations _ (Special to the Herald) Fernie, B. C., Nov. can- centres haying1 commercial "relations j Legislature were jjlac- with the district with a aianif esta-. ed. in nomination-" in tegular form to- day before Returning Officer W. A. tion of marked interest and much en- thusiasm-as it is "recognized that the powerful financial interests now- al- Bleasdell. Alexander Ingram" Fisher, 'Barrister lied with oMest mine of Can-j was'placed in nomination by ada's greatest :coal field are certain, to William. G% 'Barclay, seconded' by Ro- make the Canadian Consolidated -pre-j hert Duthie. eminent-among corporations associavj ed with-.the coal indutsr yof the. "R7est. .Locally the announcement was re- ceived with the enthusiasm and- already, there .is manifest, im-, provement in the business 'tone of j the community where-for'the, past "two j years Business 'has: slack ness due'.to uncertainty .as .to, -the. fu- ture, As-. a. .result- J'ohn David Harrington, by .John seconded by John Wild. William Roderick Ross, by G-. F. Johnson, seconded by McDougall. Mr. Fisher candi- date, 'Mr. Harrington s-taads -for tho Socialists, 'and'ltfr. Ross is the Coa- servative or :and Socialists .are Miller; Liberal D. P. Patterson; So- cialist, John-Mclnnes.. J. .R. Jackson; Liberal, W. "Alex; MacDon- ald; Socialist, Heatherington. Thomas'have refused. to vote for -him because in the House of, .Commons, North Es- sex goes Conservative and Oliver J'. Vvilcox, a farmer of South Woodslce has defeated W. J. McKee. a lumber-I acter. man in the by-election by The Liberal majority at the last el- j cction was 551, when the'Hon. R6h-H' Socialist. A jiuu. uj.uci.clt UAU-itU. Opposition. Leader the _ negrp was. captured atjand-when informed that saloons run tes't night arid 'while he was 'by the. white inhabitants were still Ottawa Seeks Mlich information being--brought to-Cairo-lie-absolutely-.1 open and that in-the-' mob were refused to make when the rope was a confession but around his neck- it, ;s_rumQr eel of.- new usi'; promuient business men and F. J. to ad- said to your correspondent, "I believe .dress a mass Fernie. on be with" a "jgrea'tly r'oduced majority.'' Liberal'leaSfer QlivcrjF. C.' Wade, ifollows- Conservatives: fit J. of -toisvaSairs; while .others ception "expected' throughout' Kpoten-j candidates were j ;the.v same andjay and it. all will.! "u- today the pro-j' vincial contest in "this citv. names as j Commons returned. to their chamber, :iiid raembtirs' elected. jand was given his last. chance to j make a statement, ;he said: f, "I killed, but-'Alexander -book the lead.-" mass of people drinking freely, he; suggested that all saloons be closed at once and be kept of drawing up a ivhich will be submitted lo_ the aoxt meet-'., ing of the Council. ..'_ The Municipal Election.. Committee. presented their, report and, made, the following recommendations. t closed until all danger had passed. (1) Municipal Ownership and Con- trol of Street Railway .for the. City of Le'thbridge. e Deputy AVoodwa'rd informed Him j The retaining of the monopoly Mayor Parsons and "the1 chief of j of lighting the city at, a municipal police had not issued 'such orders and asset, and the prevention of outside Frank's prospects are better .today any time since the slide." The aptly, Saturday night. In ar-enerallv j dal; Liberals-F.: J; -jkler. Creo. JE. MacDonald, James Sta-j nicrit that i-n circle. So 'general is better things are-in stove for J-' arrVtih'at business'' activity war., the spring seems'litrelj- lak? ot the boom- order. ,D.avid were introduced cheers. and j become impatient during-the-ef- forts to.induce the negro to make a the T ln statement and for there- were demands homes because- the infuriated mob petition with" the city owned electric had Go-] light plant. vernor Dcneen told "Adjutant General'! (3) Fair wage clauses as laid Scott that he cancel down by the schedule of the Trades. Nelson E. A. Creasivwill give Harry! c R "We don't .want to hear him, string Wright a'close Prospects look bright for of Crease. Other 'Nominations Butriing "Indust-y En additio'h tc the. .annqun jam ant rf tlie'plans of the Canadi-m G> nsol- company, another mei'it was made this week whiSh but adds to the -feeling of optimism p'e- vailing.' 'It relates to; the to establish" here. big. lime burning itiox-stry. as published in -the? p.iTches .recently.- It now transpires that, the purchase of the slide by Jo- seph 'Little of Blairmore was m nig own interest but that a syn- f'icate of "eastern-capitalists I bv D. Christie and JV'A. Henrterson ct Ont. Messrs. Christie Henderson visited Frank tl'-is and the iovrntioi.' cf a-TnWishing the largest lime fuming industry in Canada. They went over tht-ir pround-and selected a ?ite for r.ora'.i.ins and t r a spur :i.i Before leaving they ...lad' y aimouncHl -heir' intentio.u DI ninj; ''buildi'i op'.rations ;us; as p rmits i the spjiiiL- were to give cut -i inent of" their plans as to six- tlie'i.ximfcer of Ui suv it would ne fTir- ciji lime-plant in Canada.. Mr. Ctifistie. is identified :in lime burning indusv-'.w .A. Buckham, Liberal; H, Pettipiece, E. T. to tht' speech from the _ -th-rone would- be-taken up on up- day." The' liib'tiotn Tor was then .made, bui Mr. Bordeoi no-i forward. The Harry Wright Liberal, E. A. Crease; Socialist, J. H. Matheson. Ymir James Schofield; Socialist, I. M. Oliver. Wm..-Hunter; j Socialist, C. L. Bennett; independent; J. C. Harris. Hon. F. L-> Cotton; Liberal, J. DeB. ris- r' the. prenul-r wood, Conserva- would take up the question oi. de-; l-.liiy.s.Jn judicial, appoiutents in Bri-: He i-ri, -burn him." were crowd which tive; John T-. Evans, Liberal. Coh-j. :E. Liberal; j know when the: report, 'of: the recent J Imperial Defence confererice would be placed before tin- house, to which Sir Wilfrid replietl that he hoped .to be. able to bring it down'next week. After1'' this Mrl BorcTeh. wanted vto and J. M. Yorston.! know if there wer.- any further docn- J. Johnson, Socialist. Liberal; I Hon. Richard McBride, Conservative. j R. .Kagleson.' Liberal; i liad been thrown -Over "the steel arch. which was in the hands of women. was. pulled .up and -the -Lc dv jerked a j few feet -from "the ''ground' when, it broke and he came tumbling down. The mob by this time Ivad oet omr; so impatient that they fell tht j Liberals; .Dr. Callanan and J. A. Fra') merits to 'be- put down in reference to W. R. Bra- j sor> Conservatives. 1 the French treaty and was told by den; Liberal, Dr. J. M. English; So- i New lguarded coporatioils entering into com-. engagement to speak in Chicago to- night and that he probably would leave for Springfield at 11 o'clock to- and Labor Council, to be inserted, in. all Municipal Contracts. The enforcement of ;the. law- day, or as.....soon" as. he had rJ6eri' in-j which forbids members of the Council by j or city officials, from having private business relations with the city. said the governor. (5) The letting of all contractsbr the City on a competitive basis and formed of conditions at Cairo- Sheriff Davis. "is "serious thus far as it might have been, but it is .serious enough .now and .a disgrace to the state of Illinois. The disgrace will negro and riddled' him cvith bullets. .moro keenly .-felt by. the citizens of- The body was dragged more than aJthe commonwealth because itjs the mile through the streets to the pot where the murder committed and .second time within a Few years Slynchings and riots have stained the after such havi- "been legally advertis- ed; and that all mechanical applianc- es'be subject to an official test; and said contracts be council, and present. (6) Efficiency awarded by the not by citv officials as -shall be the only name of the state. I "Trooos are essential in such dis- cialist, G. Casty. Liberal; T. Giford, Grand Ernest i Walter Dod, Socialist. senses. A New Sub-Division item in connection with the prospects for expansion in Frank in the spring is contained in plans being formed by Mark'Drumm, fcrm- rsrly proprietor of The Frank Paper, to open a new sub-division to the townsit-e. is sub-dividing fifty acres of his Blossom wood ranch vhich constitutes a third of the vil- lage corporation and will put the lots on the market as soon as sprir.g The sub-division will be known as Blossomwood Addition and will contain about 300 lots, 50 by 110 .feel. The ground, is a bei'irifully wootlod plot, affording ideal sites AM in all there seems good n-as-n for the feeling now prevailing among, ill-- people here that Frank's due too the blight put ypon trie town by the disaster of L903 i'- j thing of the past and that the future j prospects that arc of th< AT INDIAN TROUBLE burned. The heart was taken out. cut up in small pieces and passed J Johnston i Mr- Fielding that- everything had al- among the men as souvenirs. Pi MCS i turbances and I hope that the pres- Conservative: ready been brought down. of-the rope with which he was of the militia at Cairo todav The new U. S. tariff occupied Mr. I ert wcre being soaked in the ncgrc-'s will bring the unorganized mob to its Borden's attention and he asked and %vcrc also there were any- reports or information j wliich. .tlie.gcvemment should present! in the House. Mr. Fielding replied j I that there Was not. j Finally Mr. Bonien )isk< intended to' lav The facts COLDWELL Victoria, B. C., Nov. dis-1 JUDGE DISMISSED CHARGE patch from Hazelton asking that more nr. i t was concerning the resignation of Hugh D. Lumsden, chief engineer of the National Trans- continental before the house. The. i premier shrugged his shoulders and BUT WAS CAUGHT The decision in-the first horse steal- ing case against Nelson Horns was given by Judge Winter this afternoon Horns was acquitted on both counts, the length of time .between the loss i'rcd his the ques- Hon. Mr. of .the animal lost Cox and its' coming possession being too convict without -direct oy into police be sent there has been received. by Premier McBride. It -says: "In view of the seriousness of the Indian situation, the minority of whites, and the insufficient police, the private members will be un- ed business and family men of Hazel-; usuallv stated that he would brin, tion to thii attention of Graham, Noticc.s Of motion civen PISMISSES. THE CHARGE A. E. Humphries, "just-ice of the Peace given hLs verdict in tlie case of Robert Nimmons, license in- ton hereby again petition and. demand that you increase .at'once the present evideacc. {regular .police force by at least twcn- ty men." Superintendent cl Police Mussey replied as follows: immediately ten special .constables to Hazelton with arms, ammunition and supplies for twenty. The men are to report specter against the North.West Job- tQ DougalL Qbarter bing Co.. for unlawfully keeping h- quor for the purpose of sale, barter and traffic and has -dismissed the case. ELEVEN THOUSAND CHICKENS BURNED Hutchinson, Kas., Nov. 11. Eleven thousshd chickens' wore- burned to leath when "fire destroyed the plant of uiie United States Packing pany hero early today. The J5C.OOO: Com- a steamer.if nccessarj'. The men you mentioned are to be. in charge of the party. If more men are needed ro port. to me. at once." WILL ADVERTISE CANADA Ottawa. Nov. Interior .der is beginning n cnmpaigu' in the United newspaper States to boost the Canadian West with country people who may bo induced to immi- grate. Advertising will done in papers having largo mail active this, session. Already i notices ha ve been given'iof the intro- duction of 33-bills, resolutions, 'orders for paper and enquiries of the gov- ernment. G. H. Parley is to the. fore with a resolution calling upon Par- liament "to take more "active y -i further lessen t.h.c suffering and mor- tality caused by tuberculosis. Col. Sam Hughes will again move his res- olution calling for a .foil partnership union of Great Britain and her self- governing colonies. Mr. dosires a commission io rmquirc into needs of technical ed- ucation. It is a-.curions thing, just as last .session a British Columbia mattor is first to engage the attention of the House. By the law of that province n court of appeals should have been constituted on November 2, but no judges havc be-on appointed by the wagon with three prisoners on board, was .troing past the freight sheds, .one of the prisoners sitting on the back of the wagon slipped off without be- ing noticed by the. constable, who was ".ittirijr in front. His evident intention to board a freight tniin that was at the time. The constable to turr saw 'running. He, ordered him to stop and drew his revolver. After con- WANTS GAOLER TO GET OUT Urruiuon. Man.. Nov. 11. It has been 'rumored for the last few days that tlu- Hon. G. P.. Cold-well, has for the resignation of Governor HetlMTington of tTv- Brandon jail and governor inoignnn-tly refused to comply, or vac.-tu- his position. It has been luard