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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe yoliune III. 10 PAGES, Letkbridge, Altav >Satunlay.'November 12, 282 S A VAN N AH SPEED FIENDS HTTP V7C 11 BIG IS IN VOTE ON ONLY ONE COMMISSION QUESTION Council Do Startling Flip-flop-Aid. Sage Delivers Speech Favoring Straight Hatch and Aid. Bowman With Him The city council last-night decided mayor in calling it" to order said that not to.submit to a plebiscite of the burgesses the nine questions on the commission form oi government, on Sept. .19th last it decided that it jvvoiild. submit, and in their place it will submit, just one ques- tion, namely: "Are you, in "favor of government by commission instead of by. the present the purpose of the meeting was to receive the report of..the special com- mittee appointed at the last regular meeting. Aid. Sage, chairman of the committee in question then re-ad the report as follows: "Your committee has carefully con- sidered the report oii-tlus subject, re ceived bv the "council "on ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH DEDICATED Fine Xew Church Opened at Frank by Bishop Legal J-'rank, Nov. fine looking caureh that has been erected by the Koman Catholic community on. the hill overlooking the town, is cow cornplet- j ed and reflects the reatest credit on Comment on the Finding of aw. Commission 'Only {hose electors qualified to vote i last, and -would not advise that the on money iy-lavs Will be allowed 10 qiicslioas proposed to bcr-answ-ered bv the -builders, as every piece of worh-.j rnansnip is a masterpiece. The church is Gothic in style and has a beautiful appearance. The main body of the -building ROOM FOR ANOTHER ROAD TO HUDSON'S BAY The Alberta Central Will Bdild Line From Re. it Deer Ottawa, Nov. Alberta Cen- tral Railway company has entered the field as one of I lie competitors for the construction 'oi -thp line of railway lo ..Hav, and through solici- j -Johnston of I has notice of an application'to i parliament -for an act with power Samong other things, to enter.into an R. B. Bennett "Turns Against Man He Promised to Support as Premier-Gushing Refuses'to Talk-- Demand Formal -Edmonton, Xov. 'Evening will call -for an" Journal tonight spec- tacle oi R. 1J. junior member for Calgary, bringing an' attack. against thr-, senior. nien-.ber. of Cal- gary, and the nia.n whom, during-the- Cashing of tlie charges' made. Whether. prepared give an" explanation legislature if called a question' .that refuses to answer..at offer an the charges vote, and it was stated by Adams at last night's meeting understood by the council that ,vu- thirds of the total votes cast, the same as necessary to carry by lavs, will have to vote in favor of a change, for it to be considered in any binding.. Tluxmeei-ingtwas attended by all _ the aidennen except Aid. Kin.j. The lhc electors b ticular. They St-pt. f me mam body of the -building mea- j sures' ?orty feet by thirty feet, the ,-s jcnancel measuring 12x1-1 The most jKepOlt IS JUSt What ''beautiful feature will be the altar, hanged in any par- are clearly expressed and will leave the voter unprejudiced. made by Brother 'Royer of- tne Oblate alterations on' the questions and t Order of. Pineher Creek. The general report might this stage be con- j stymie of the altar is the purest Greek, strued as evidence of-.a ivish. i part of to tamper strued as evidence of-.a ivish. in thRJ.jne- table is sustained by four col- umns arid surmounted by a tabernacle tne people will j the verdict 'winch give. (Continued on p'age 'mere is a raised g-ajlery for the body Seemed to sheet way defined by thc.propos- a eu. act, [torn .-Sc-r.katccn easterly t SHudson. Bay, with terminals au bot eu. act, from .-Sc-nkatccn easterly to jdays oh -the. basis oi. the charges- that th-istrin-d..-against Mr. Gushing in connec- t-Iouse; before'hV.oilers >at- all- Th'e[ members-' offer pianat'i on: o f: tH e .charges. A t' least; the majority, of the members -i- -r -r f T T w T r T FIRE AT LINCOLN -r- Lincoln, Xeb., Nov. broke out this morning- in the .Mechanic and Arts building. The structure and ecjinpment. with a -total value of are decreed. A general alarm broujjnt a'll sections o? the fire 'brigade to the scene and the lought desperately to prevent. the flames from spreading to other buildings on. tne campus. "A" T "7" V 1" T "J MAKE A .MOVE TO OUST. CALEB. POWERS- WOMEN CAN VOTE IN WASHINGTON Fifth State ol the Union to Give Women Suffrage has the "The should hot. read .'not'guilty', but 'not-J thc proper term to 1-Icadley, Coziservar gan and choir, and it is hoped th'e choir, though, just recently form- tive legislature, when ed, will be a credit to the church, this? morning the- report of j The dedicatory services will be held j investigation into the question as or.-Sunday. The Right Rev. Bishop- member of the Ruth, erford government ot th-e kgisla- pany is jiavr. constructing its line of railway, 71) inilrs west of Red, Deer and 40 .miles east-are under con-j struction. 'While tlio .route easterly has. been, approved to'Moose -'Jaw, the company is authorised lo build wcst- llowhead cher Creek: Rev. of the Piegan reserve Father J. ;on trial knafthe evidence erve: Rev; Father A. J Vs- -'1-- MEXICANRIOTS the my OMUII-IJL to project its line i from- Moose -Jaw easterly and south-j and .to exu-nd the Saska- I-Iudson Bav and if nc- the tilO Nine ky Congressmen Want Him as Colleague Lomsviiie, Nov. which -to'day is that there' under wsy to Pjeted. Women ;.democratic cor Spokane, Nov. hun- drc-d and thirty thousand added to the voting strength of thc state of Washington by the adoption equal suEragc to ticin "at the election on j November. 8. Formal announcement be made ten days, or as -.soon-.as the .official canvass wlio arc j ury" du ty.." The ueiestre of .Coleman; Rev. Father combe: Rev. Father Lajat of Frank., dict is Waterways confession will--be heard in the morn-j that is the wav ing from 6.30 to 7.30'a.ml Mass, for I pepple of the -province will accepi-it." imcnt with tun government. 0> other the general communion will be cele-j Tue coaitnbawsuiU'nK'ni of many oi }raily.-ay to'bc general roa-d in bvated" ,b7'the Bigtit Rev. Bishop members .-wn'en discussing the re- C0rhmdn 7.M dedicatory service "QOulCQ-tOlji i _i i _ r.---h- i i a up previously commence at a.m. and tne cnurch; frQm the, evidence- -and had will-be dedicated under the .name of j notliing else .repcn Sacrament. In the alter- j Kon: W, A. i noon'at lour, o'clock the Bight Rev.i" confirmation followed by the benedic- tion of'the-Blessed Sacrament- of the Kentucky delegation make a concerted effort to.have.Caleb Powers ousted from his seat of tiie Eleventh Kentucky district. congress, it is reported, will be ask- ed to deny-lowers his seat on the ground that he had thrice been con- victed of felony and has not been ac- qnittecTby A jury. Governor Willson's parctorf.-it is contended, decs not have tne same etl'ect as an acquittal on the charge of complicity in the Goebel as- sassination. womr-n of Spokane probably cast- thei ih'st at an election Mrs. May Arkwright Hutton, of Spokane, president- oftbc Washington Political Equality League, entertain- ed her co-workers and. a large num- ber "of advocates of equal a-t a banquet the evening oi Nove'mbci: 21, has been set aside as a special dav of thanksgiving for the newly enfran- chised women oi the state. Mrs. Hutton said "I attribute the success of the the. and ait-crwaiters' .vc .against reaclieif'tbc city Cclcago, Nov. the Chi- -cago police were seeking the two ban- dits wlio escaped after a revolver bat- tle -following a saloon robbery at Cic- movement largely ib thc broad-mind- i ing staff of the Kooteiiav and Alberca cd ideas the men oE Washington, who stand Tor a square deal in all things. Another reason for our suc- cess is thc fact that thc management -resigned from vote a last r.es- vott-di this from the south, "and is a fftiest at the Yale.- Flo was unable TO b.s_ present the opi-nins; r-esterday .ztiti not have V the session had a-j-'i I llSI I I KKlSJhr 1lil SIonday.'-'WHat is voiir nr-; VVUiul opinion of the Waterways he was asked this as .1 liis only j comment. lTe to discuss it Alberta A. MacDougall, junior (iiifmber for was also one ot the insr.rsr-nt mcn-.bcrs on thc wa-.ci-vrays deal. ihe same com- Difnt this inorrijng vrhen spoi-cn :o. tLink. evcrybu-iy had sizt-d up from the. evidence thai the report -would hi: pretty much as il proved lo. be. noi oid govern- suspicion re EXPLORER SUICIDES Seattle, -.Xov. Linguist, member of_tb, .K.eiief: Expedition the--Arctic gion..-ended his life in a hotel Americans; that Trouble Over Mexico :.City, !Nrov. measure's 'adoptal. by-the Mexican au- thorities, prevented today a rcpo.LiUon. j of the dav jtie -i uricls. health and way Heading for Beaver Creek ljniclier survey have moved wit a their appar-i mams, and a verdict of the" report is -'_... 'mprpli" (niit of the campaign has been at all times umler thc control of the state. Minnie !0[ tne atus to Mountain Mill, have rented five houses. v.-here they The location to'snan river has J. Reynolds, formerly of Colorado, did excellent -work and to her the men of this state owe much, for their great victory, at thfe polls last Tues- day. "Arrangements are nov under xrav for a celebration in'honor of adfiinp; the fifth state to the suErase banner of states that ivill be the most Deen clianged to a point above Moun- tain -Mill instead of beloir Uiat settle- ment, as previously intended. It is estimated that this -bridge will cost ero in. -which .live persons -svere shot, j demonstration of the cam- paign in this state, or, in fact in two aimed .'men, Relieved to be thc rugitives, entered the saloon of Adol- pht Levy, on North Western a venue j .2. last night and when he resisted anjj. attempted roWaery. shot' him three times. L-evy is said to be fatally in-1 -r jured. Half an hour afterwards, wm'le -r1 at the Leva- saloon, i a trace of robbers, the same j entered the saloon of John H. dre-w revolvers and rob-bed the oartend-er and a customer. The other j member of the ibandit trio who was IB at the point of death. John Case, who was wounded at Cicero, died tonight. He remained conscious wp to nis death, but was unable to j JL, part the TEMPORARILY DROPPED London.. Nov. pro- posed scheme for the accelera- tion of traffic to and from Canada by means of an a.11 red route via Holy head, has -beeft abandoned for the present, not the announcement as made that it will -be pressed forward early in 1911. weather concitions continuing fav- orable, stake grading has-been going a Head on ihis line and will'do so as long as possible. Work will be re- sumed early in the spring, when con- struction work on the road will start. The Kooreuuy and Al-berra road will for its first move make Beaver Creek its objective The coal mine ai that place io owned by the promoters of the and there is no fjuesnon 'but there is going to be a soorl Town at Beaver Creek Secretar of Association STRATHCONA .Lord- Strathcona -of a' the couver building, fund- -p-and: V night up --to four iancb sixtyuthousand., or'-'wi'thinj.i'o'rtjf- 4" -r tnousand or .the -half mark, aimed .which tlie campaign organizers expect ta1 >v reaen tomorrow morning." the old.mlne trict...71- Its origin; .was cat-ed arid-jt .was. soon ;eori- ti-oi- under; the directions- m-erspax'tle mine tner: afternoon shift-: of.. were "irn- -to'work. with of the national -tlicater was tocoura.ce by the- mounted -j-olic.e, who crowds moving- L iiQ "'SlSSUZTC-Ci bassado_r Wilson. repetition of Strict, -orders have been given tlie Minister, Creel said, to "prevent, by vigorous' measures, if necessary, gatherings in tlic streets Visits wgre', between Minister Crc-d- and the .American ba-ssaclor during "the'day and ,a favor-! Leo lolst01 Iett -Poliana. on able reply by the-'former to' morning of October ANXIETY BECAUSE OF TOLSTOI'S DtSAPPEARANCE St. 'Peuers-b'urgr." 'J'he.Xovoc Vremya has received the" Local Men The letter has birn by Slit: riff Young and L. As- cuith, of this c-ily, from John Hoop, tv, the Hnnorary Secretary oi thc As- sociation "By oidcr of the- executive- ynn arc )jcrcjy empowered lo enroll all Vet- erans in your town and district with full to accept such men as you r.ut! proper. We. accept with n also every njaii -ten years1 regular service, ten years service, or ten j; tars in Canada Permanent Service, I but or ?.liiitia service is of j r.o aiail imlesf, they have a medal. Wo Live no list o: uamts at Lrth- j bridge. A Pklovrat, ranciier of Leth- i bridge, and .Sohn oi Macleod, 1m re dqins; cood and sent :in over SO Veterans. They may help "will vou a cwmoanv Mr. Wilson's" iifgeh't mcssagc'of'ycs- .tjic insult', to the 1'nited States fJijj; and to''American oim-tns-. -U'lia-i' the nature of tlic reply was Mr! Wilson, "dei-lini-d to but intimaicd ihar. Ilif same- put. into writing and formally transmuted a proper at.titudp..o.n thc part, of tlie Mexican .government. .'Assurance also was given tiiat- spv- cral ni'WsiJapcrs whose utterances I have incited the demonstrations which developed into riots Avill be suppres- sed. One of the latter. El Hais, to- day'printed a suggestian Tor a boy- cott throughout the republic. Another. El Diario dd Hogar, pub- lished a cartoon 'depicting the Mexi- can people clubbing Uncle Sain, while in the background was. a" picture of the burning ot Rodriguez ac ROCK Springs, Texas. These papers arc of circiiiatipn orihriTutly oc small influence. panied bj- a'physiciaa and-neither Mas been heard from since. -The.Countess is in despair. Jn a letter to Iris -wife, j Tolstoi says he .has .'spend I His remaining days in 'solitary-retire- ment." iiuinbc-r VQU send us in txvi'ntv a re the fnipc-rial Veterans arc rcr.nested io send before very lone are at work in now. Seventy-five men the coal mine there THE FASTEST AUTOMOBILE RACE IS ON IN SAVANNAH fiendsfceived lu addition to the ot their fill here today when Pri7-es lliere are many specials. rastest s in the wovlu, man- ned ,by drivers of unexcelled skill and spirit, made a wild dash tlie fastcsr in M' miles is said to the world and it is TO BE TRIED Xov. i-oi.owing up its successful siibscric- tion contest c-f [Sct year, the Herald is completing piafis to pirt on another jjjamcs. Mackod has a fine company." this yes.- that will in every wcy ex-' All Vfterans who ceed and surpsss last yesr's. 52500 will fcc in prizes and thel contest be sc as to give' everybody in the KeraJd's constit- uency a chsnce to win a splendid pri.-e. Thc firs: nri2c wiif be a four-passcn- i ger MeLau.ihlin-Buick autcrncbile. The) second prize will be a trip to the Gcr-1 onation in London next June. Builc- i ing lots and numerous other 1 prizes of which fuli particu.'ars will be given complete the prise list. i The campaipn be in charge of! Mr. C. E. Dyce. who so successfully' DEAHOFYETERp AT PINCHER CREEK ni-ine .inci io L. As.'iuiih, I3ra-.ver As .soor. o.s sufiicicnL names liave enrolled a nict'lins; br called for the purpose of coni- the Lfthbridgc SMALLPOX IN THE EAST 4. TPOBS4 1 IJLV? UOii. St. Joan, X. 3., Nov. Tnere are cases of -small- -pov at Nelson .Neguac on uie .Minimicht i-iiv- er. '.'inrce Jiouses arc Quaran- nned at Xeivcastle. Tne dis- ease appears to have been iji t'roni Lue iuir.ber camps. ijmcher Creek, Xov. an- otiier member of the Pincher Creek comingeut .Taking part in tae South. Airican passed quietly away here on Thursday evening- in the person-'of tne lare G. X. at the of 53 years. 4. _ Deceased v.-ag born in Exeter, Eng., d came to Morris, Man., tv-here he engaged in farming, and" joined the R. i x. U'- M. P. in 1S94, about which time eame to Pincher Creek..' .Mr. Gould's was caused -by .j. j cancer, the result, it is claimed of a, Having a horse step on his back while 4. in South Africa. For several years he was the coroner oj this district. No relatives of deceased reside in .this a.' country. Tbe funeral takes place oa Saturday afternoon. He greatly respected in the community and was president of St. George's Society. charged having caused t.he and satisfactorily conducted the con-j death ot Ractisei Sinclair, was com-j test last yzsr. mitted for trial after a preliminary. 20-i .Fuller particulars will be given fromi vestigation before tlic niagistrsts .iere 'time to time. Wstch for them, for this- today. Tie was released in bail of The evidence of The coroner. Dr. urosse, went to show the deafii or the -girl conld have been br circumstances than contest will br- the biggest thing of its kind ever conducted in Alberta. j slid boys mm.itcs serted thai rhis race above others j that the 5 a. wild dash ofjls to be regarded as a straight iest mites for the grand prize cup car against car ie viricnro on ihe part of Snyer. consoiv. witnesses stated automobile Cln-b of. America. To! rtle are to "turn them e "winning driver victory is persou- j loose" and this menus the removal of I all ordinary restrictions. The cars ally worth about a cup to the j must make twenty-four laps of the of the winning car, which has course, the sun came up lodny been neld until today by Fiate Com- every point, of vantage along the last irl had collapsed wi'.iiin '-a. "Tiflcr loi'i i; >r Tuesday cveninA'. Sayer rushed back to inform tlic time tae he.1' mother; aud latter reached by the spot near ihe sLable, the girl at Her last gasp. Sayer was covered with blood ana immediately [OSPilAL IN Xov. finecn liundrod yivls, o Orphans Pro- tect 017 in the iiari of i.his city, ronicd from their bods about TJKInlgnt on ol fire. Thanks o The coolnc-ss exercised by the sixty j "Others in charge oJ the there was no panic. Krank, Xov. three o'clock lhis afternoon when the'men working at The Biairniore mine, belonging t.o Hit.-" V.'csi r.-inaciian Collieries, Ltd.. IS BURNING rim shivering children went tliroiuJi werc shirts> raen 1 iiu- rontmc firo as ralrnly as on any occasion or weekly practice. The driver finishing second was occupied. I the rime yrrested.il" in a dolicare condition l-JAL, JVOTKK DA.MI-: HOSPITAL KKRK IS ON KUli: AX.D ALL 4. Tl-lE BPJGAOKS ARE OUT. 4- -Mrs. sour.ii, K. T. avenue, PERMITS TO BUILD Murray, Sixt.h Ave. joining shop, 10 coino our ar, the appointed time, yean-ii was made lor them at once. ancl on ihe searchers approaching the worKjng place of the missing men, they groans, and hurrying they found that. Dorh men were Jyiny prostrate. One of them was quite dead and ihe oiner unconscious. They wei-e bronchi io itic siirrace with all aiul Di1, -ilcKay sent for. lie arrived he pronounced, one man