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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Frovlnclol Llbiatf IJ�o W IGe Lethbridge DaUy Herald VOL. I. LETHBRIDlQE, ALBERTA, PRI DAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1908. NO. 283. B. C. LOSE TWO SEATS WANT TO RUN FOR COUNCIL �\roncloii. N. U., Nov. 13.--Two ilioiisantl employeos of Uiu Iiiturco' lonial, rnilway, roHidpnt in Monclon, !(> to nsk the miiiistpr of KailwHy� for hmve to entor civil politics. Yale - Cariboo and Kootenay Go Conservative _ Ni'lson, n. C, Nov. 12.-With tho priiicipnl polling places lienrd from, ho �'l('ctioii of A. S. Qoodevt', Con-Korvtttivo, in Kootonay by a majority so far o( 909 ftJid of Mftrtin IJurrcU, Oonservntivo in Yale Cariboo by a majority so far of 762 is assured. Tho fipiro.s are as follows: KOOTENAY-Go'odevp. Coiifl.. 3,-023; Curti.s. Lib., 2.114; Dayidson, Socialist, 1,333. YALE CARIUOO-Burrell' Cons., 2,007; Rona, Liberal. 1,846; Biming, Sociulist, 394. Tile baianco oi tiio returns from many �mall polling place.s will not inateiially uUiH' the rt^sults. PETERSBURG IS ANXIOUS St. Petersburg, Nov. 12.-Although an air of outward calm is maintained at the Russian foreign office the BmI-Ican situation has now reached an acute stage where everything depends upon the nature of the note which is oxpected from Vienna tomorrow and the outcome of the mediation which. Russian, France and Gn^ll Britain have undertaken at Belgrade, at Austro-Hungary's request, with a view to limiting the activity of Ser via. OLIVER'S MAJORITY 2,317 Edmonton, Noy. 12.-The returning officer for the Edmonton constituency declnred Hop. Frank Oliver olecletl by a. majority of 2,317. The total vott? wan, Oliver 5,212, Hyndnian 2,895. Mr. Hyndinan saved iiis rleposit by 193 votes. . A MINIMUM SALARY Now York, Nov. 12.-That the minimum salary for an unmarried clergyman in the diocese of Now York should b(! .$1,200 aivl for married clergyman $1,200 and a .suitable place to liyajn or $1,500 in money was the resolution presented today amid applause at the annual convention of the Protcst�nt Episcopal diocese of New York. SUFFRAGEHES IN A CHURCH FTALIAN GETS A HFTEEN-YEAR SENTENCE Angelo Mont Has Been Found Guilty Of Manslaughter By Jury At the Supreme Court In Macleod A TRUE BILL Wiiinipi'g, Ainn., Nov. 12.-Tlie (irand Jury this morning brouclit in a trui.' bill against Jolin W. Dafoe, eilitor of tile Winnipeg Free I'ress on a olinvge of criminal libel. .Macleod, .\lta., Nov. Vi.-Angelo .Mont will siiend llie ne.\l llfleen .veiir.s of his life in ICdnionlon IViiileiitiiiry. This is the senteiK'o of .Judge Htuurt after tho jury brought In the verdict, "guilty of manslaughtur." lUs J.ord ship lold Jlonto Ihiit the jury " was very merciful and that ho was fortunate to escape as he had nuule Sul-vtitor Castania sutTer a very heavy penalty for what Insults he had giv-cu, Tho jury was out six minutes when i-ocallod for a further ehai'jje at tho request of both counsels. They wero out only one n)lnufc the .second time. London, Nov. 12.-The- suffragettes tonight for the first time carried their campaign into n i)lace. of worship. Augustine Birrell, chief secretary for Ireland, while addressing a meeting ill f.ivor of>t;nt at tlie city temple, was subjected to disgraceful interruptions and nearly a score of women wore ejected amidst an uproarious and violent sc-ne. GETS AFTER ARMY Denver, Colo., Nov. 12.-At today's se.ssion of the twenty-(ughtli annual convention of the American Federation of Labor, P. M. Draper, fraternal del(?gat� from the Dominion of Canada was heanl. He sr.istiiirs ami in a few minutes heard tho two shots in quick succession. Going lo the door ho aBW Mont carrying a shotgun and go into house number 22. About the talQe time he saw Salvator or Sam Cas-tanin come out of the front door and fall to the ground ond going into the house saw .\ntonja lying dead in the kitchen. Floyd Askey. who was the It.X.W. M.l'. constable at Fronk, at the time explained tho |)lan oT the house. When ho was called to tho scene ho .saw An lonio b'ing dead in the kitchen and a wounded man, Sam, being earried ilownstnir.s to go to tho hospital, loathe went to tho ho.spftnl to got  statement from tho wounded man. Through an interpreter, he said. "1 am dead now." Louis Parmi, the hu.sbaiul *\i {\w star witness, gave oviden-'c that was hielly valuable to tho defence, telling rn News building, owiu'd by tin' Northern News Co., .vere totally destroyed. Loss about ? 15,1)00. EMPEROR OF CHINA IS DEAD? Body Has Been Removed To Death Chamber DEATH OF REV. DR. WITHROW Toronto. Out.. Nov. 12.-Rev. Dr. V. H. Withrow of the Mi'tlmdisl I'ublistiing house dU�d heri' tonight iped G!). He was editor of tlu' Sun-lay School publicatimis of the chnicli uid author of a number of book.-;, imonpst tlieni Witlirow's History oi 'amula. He was a Fellow of tlir Itoyal .Society of Canada. MANY START TO TAKE EXERCISE fence brielly addros.sofl the jury out-'enemy. Angelo Monl gave courteous lining the plan of defence. "The do- ''oply to insulting remarlcs. -Antonio fence will try to show that the pri- ^old him not to say half a word or soner Angelo Jlonl, was an innocent, ''o would throw him otit of the wiu- artlesf, guileless sort of boy who dow, and added "I have promised it nuiuled his own business and tried to lo yon and I'll do it. One day or keep out of quarrels, that Antonio another you will die by my hand." and Salvator t't\stania pursued ^iot\l and were persistent bullies and that Witness had helped lo take Salvator's clothes olT at the ITo.spitol and they (inally drove him lo the act of j except when he was to get some suii-violeuce when apparently there was i per was in constant alleudance on 119 other means left of dealing with ] him. Ite said that Salvator, when the bullies." Tom Bruceci. a nelihow of a p.rev- witness askerl him about the qu{\rrel, had stated, "We had got a hold of ious witness gave evidence lo hearing him and my brother was striking him Antonio had a stick of wood in his hand ami if it hail not been for the woman in the house wo woidd h.ivo fixed him nice and plenty so that he would have been in bed three or four nmnths." (~'oiirt adjourned. Salvator use insulting language { .Angelo and .Antonio threaten to injure him. llonnnto Heitoia knew all the parties well. He said that Antonio and Angelo got along wolf for a while but Antonio wos never snlislied with riii> .Millet ic Departiuent of the Y. M.t', is alread.v in splendid working shape. The interest taken in the dif-feienl I'Uisses ' is rather a surprise. The committee are reipiired to give iiifoinuitioii to numerous eufiuirers i;\en Hi this early date some of the chissi's are almo,sl Tilled u)!. The g.Miuiasium is being well fitted up uitli everj detail. H'wo new mats ."�> n^el li.v 10 feet have been procured and the old -ones I'l.^ed up so that now forty feel of mats arc on the (loor. The parallel bars have also been put into llrst class shape and a new spring board put u]). Kift.v-two n("W lockers are being put ill anil will be in shape for next week. .A new jacket will assure plenty of hot Water and a warm bath room. The backstops for basket liall lire being put up and will be ready for the lirst practice Wednesday night when all interested are requested to bo present. The limit in the boys' class lias almost been readied. With twenty-seven members there is accommodation for only three more. 'I'he business mens' class Is building up rapiilly aiul while there was a good turn out at the young mens' last night the number will be greall.N- increased tonight. I'ckin. Nov. i;).-Tlie Emperor of Chi'iii is repented deail at 4 o'clock this iifternoon. ll had, liowever, b en iiiipossiblt^ lo secure oflicial con-tirmation of tliis announcement up to G o'clock this evening. His Majesty t.-ansferred to the deatli eliam-b'r at 2 o'clock in tlie aftornoon. At that liour lu' was still Vireathing. I'ekin, China, Nov. 12.-The conpeMl to the Railway Comnii.ssion at Ottawa; a mutter which appears to interest that road at the present time. The operators and miners at Woodpecker, until their request was fonvai'ded by Frank Oliver, were unable to get any satisfaction in their many ai)peals for a "half-way" di-cent rate Winnipeg and other points in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and we sincerely trust that the corporation called the C. P. Ry. will now be compelled to allow our coal to sell in the Western Provinces of Canada, on at least ao good ti-rms as Hn; American Domestic coal receives. It is rumored that the interview above referred to appears to have amounted to practically nothing as the C. P. R. official.s held the "llig Stick" and \ used every (iideavor to frighten the small Bi.ippers at Woodpecker ints that his parents will arrive fro-n Glenburii this week with three cans, incliuling farm inqileinents, household effects', cows and horses.  Their land is in Tp. n H. IH. During the present cold spell tin water in the lielly river has becmnf so low that it i> iinpossibh' to cross with the fi'riy boat. Dozens of loads of InnibiM and household effects art staiKling waiting an oi)i>ortunity to eios.-. Those on the north side, wishing to eros.s lire obliged to return. Wcnk on the bridge is still luogri's-sing but v�-ry slowly, only a very few men b.'in^ eiif-agi'd at llie present time. It is learned [riiiii good auibority that unlicensed peddlers are often seen upon oui' streets and disposing of their wares without being appre-bend'-d by the piiliee, Tli,. iieenjst fees, if eollecteil, cjjuld be nselier William I). Caud-lish, of Macleod, Inis spent three, busy days in 'faber taking snap shots and interesting pictures of prinqijial buikling.s, street scenes, etc. M by a number of young ladies regarding the organi/ation of a ladies' class which matter has not as ,vel been decided. ~ The club lias gone lo considerable expense lo equip a Orsl class gj-nnia-sium and it is gratifying to them to find such an interest being taken in the \arious ft should be remembered Ihiit the accomnioilation fixes a limit lo the number in the classes so lliose wishing to enter should act (piickly. -A-member of the city police having been present when some of the classes were at their exercises was so well pleased with the efliciency of the instruction that tho force has decided to enter the young mens" class. The citizens should remember that the materialization of a A'.ALC.A. building depends largely on the work done in the A'.Al.C class this year and giie the institution their support. MAYOR OF THE HAT Medicine Hat, Nov. 12.-Present indications are that D . Milne will hi' .�lecteel against the Wind.sor Record. ACCIDENT TO MINISTER Toronto, Nov. 13.-Rev. F. Wills. 72 years old, a retired Methodist minister fell at the foot of the stairs in his residence last niglit and fractured both arms. TO BE SENATORS Ottawa, Nov. 12.-It i.s understood the vacant Senatorshijis in Novh Scotia will go to Hance J. Loffan, ex-M.P. and E. M. Farrell, M.P.P., spi'aker of tlie legislature. MOCK PARLIAMENT .A fairly representative nieoting of the Y.M.C. was hold last night to talk over plans in coniiettiou with the Mock Parliament. O. U. Austin (.'eo. I!aiiiier�i>un, and W. ii. McLol-liiiid wero appointed a nominating coniniiltoo lo report iie.xt Thursday evening when tho olHcors will bo elected and the si)ooch from tho throno drafted. Tho (lucstion for debate will � in all probability bo tho current g�u-orul issues to come' before tho Cuu-udiau Parliament at the cominif session. The meeting on Thursday, Nov, 2(jih, will be an open mooting' and at thin meeting the first dobat* will t�ike place. ;