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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald I. ALflCRTA. >RIDAY, NOVEMBER NO. 283. B.C. LIBERALS LOSE TWO SEATS WANT TO RUM FOR COUJtCIL )londou. N. B., Nov. employees of Interco- lonial, railway, resident in MoncUm, re to ask the minister of Railways lor leave to enter civil polities. Yale Cariboo and Kootenay Go Con- servative OLIVEITt MAJORITY Edmonton, Nov. returning officer for the Edmonton constituency declared c.'Hou._Frftnk Oliver elected Tno Hyndnian rfr. Hyndman saved his deposit by 'vote's. ITALIAN GETS A FIFTEEN-YEAR SENTENCE Amjelo Mont Has Been Found Guilty Of Manslaughter 19 By Jury At the Supreme Court In Macleod ATR'JS BILL Winnipeg, Nov. jraud Jury.this morning brought in a true bill against John W. Dafoe, jditor o.f tlie Winnipeg Free Press on charge of criminal libel. Nelson, B. C., Nov. the principal polling place? beard from, election of A. S. Ooodeve, Con- servative, in Kootenay by a majority so far of 909 and of Martin Burrell, Conservative in Yale Cariboo by a majority so far. of 788 is assured. The figures are as follows: Cons., 023; Curtis, Lib., Davidson, So- cialist, YALE CARIBCXV-Burrell Cons., BOBS, "Liberal, Buning, Socialist, 3M. The balance oi the' returns from many small polling places will not materially alter tlie. PETERSBURG 18 ANXIOUS Petersburg, Nov. an air of outward calm is maintained at the Russian foreign office the Bat kan situation has now reached an acute stage where everything depend upon the nature of-the npte whicl is from Vienna- tomorrow and the outcome of the mediation which- Russian; Franca' and G Britain have undertaken at Belgrade at Austro-Hungary's request, with view to limiting-the activity of Ser via. GETS AFTER ARMY Nov. today session of the twenty-eighth annua convention the American Tedera tion of Labor, P. M. Draper, _ual delegate -from the Dominion Canada, was heard. He bitter 'tbingb against the Salvation Army, A MINIMUM SALARY New York, Nov. -That the min- inum salary for an unmarried cler- ywian in the diocese of New York hould be 1 ,200 for marru-d lergyman 1 ,200 and a .suitable place n or in money was the esolution presented to.day amid ap- lause at the -annual oi' tlie Protestant Episcopal diocese of York. SUFFRAGETTES IN A CHURCH Macleod, Alia., Nov. IbUir witness, Mont will spend the next'fifteen years of liis life in Edmonton Penitentiary. This is the sentence of Judge Stuart after the jury brought in the verdict, "guilty ol mauhlaughter." Ilia Lord .ship told Monte that the jury, was very merciful and that he was for- tunate to escape us he hud made Hal; vator Casta'nUv suffer a very heavy penalty for what insults he had giv- eu. The jury was. out six minutes when recalled for a further charge at the" request oi both counsels. They were out only one minute the second time. ovidui'-e that was LondonT Nov. suffraget- tes tonight for the first time carried their, campaign into a place of wor- ship. Augustine Birrell, chief sec- retary addressing a meeting iii fsvor of disestablish- ment at the city temple, was subject ed to disgraceful interruptions and Ttearly a score of women were ejected amidst an -uproarious and' violent ANDREPSBODY IN LABRADOR? Copenhagen, Nov. letter re- ceived the captain of" the Banish steamer Inga, dated Septem- Ijer 20th, reports that Captain Chal- ker, -skipper of the American schoon- saying that it acting as an agent for the Capitalist class _i curing the immigration of .large, num- bers of mechanics from England who came to-Canada in-times of strikes and thus harmed the union men. of the -Dominion; 1 er Pelops- of Conception. Bay, New- discovered in Northern La. LOOK-OUTS ON MOUNTAINS Albany, ,N. For- est, Fish and r Game Commissioner, Tames S. Whipple who is considering the future .preservation of- the state forests, against .fire_yisitations, will recommend the -state "legislature that he_be given funds to establish obser- vation towers on' higher mountains to more Teadily, detect fire before its spreading. will urge a se- "vere for causing fires through carelessness and -will .insist :that the used in. the forests util- ize a fuel oilier than coal. brador _the cross bearing the name of AVuprc' slid- beneath .he a and a box of documents. The expedition to discover ,the organized byJProf. S. A- A ndrW, a SwcdisK explorer. IXt Island', Spitzbergen, rin -a baloon on July llth, 1897. Prof. Andre was accompanied by two'com- panions. Rtrjngberg aiK] Praengel.- Xo Macleod, Nov. At the Supreme Court all dsiy today was taken hear- ing evidence in the Augelo Mont case. All the evidence is.-now in un- less the defence puts the prisoner in the box to tell his own story. When court resumed Mrs. Parmi and replied, was recalled amir said after Mont left "What., the house she had not seen him again don't untirthe inquest and also that Sal- vator Castahia ing on the ground outside said, "0 I'm dying." Wright Dcvitt, Uiii" teamster with whom Mr. Pinkney and the accused" rode to gave evidence corrob- orative of Mr. evi- dence given yesterday concern- ing .Merit's giving himself up to "the police. He gathered from .his conversation that Mont had been run on by the two brothers. Houses numbered 23 and 24 were Vwo..exact of one building with board partition between'. The tra- gedy took place in 23 and Henri Pe- tiot lived in the o.lher.. Ho was at home when. Uic affair--'took place. He saw the men come home and heard them quarrelling but being a French- man, u as .unable to. understand their Italian talk, .lie heard one of the .go -upstairs and'in a few minutes heard the two shots .in quick succes- sion. Going to the .door, h Mont -carrying a shotgun; and: go in- to house number 22. About the MUBC time he saw Salvator or Sam Cas- tania como out of the front door arid chlelly valuable to the tell- ing of AHgelo's good of the fact Uiat- Sam Castuuia kept a revolver. Dr, O'Hajfan gave expert' evidence that the deatii of Autpuiu. had instantaneous as result of a. gun- shot and had died ab- out 3.30 the next afternoon from having- internal: heittorhiige caused by a gunshot wound. Tne latter, was rational at 'rill -times up to within half an hour 'of liis death. From the time lie saw him' he was certain there was no hope of .recovery and the dc- ceasetl had not had any hope. Sev- eral times, he am dead." Sam. Bruceci :wh6m tho doctor took with him for ".interpreter gave the de- cluration- made. Asked how he felt the wouncied "1 am deud "Who -'shoot- he was asked the work of Angelo, who was his backhand at tho mine, Antonio hac a bad temper, had insulted aad toned Angelo frequently. His repu- tation was bad .and he had been re- fused admission to an Italian societj to which witness belonged, Salvator's reputation was not good either, An tonio curried a, revolver and out threatened to shoot anyone who would Interfere with him. ATTACKED BY A DOG t'llesly, Ont.', Nov. young woman named Forester was badly mangled by a vicious bull dog on her father's farm about four miles from hon-. The animal had been tied but got loos..- aud attacked the girl. She may recover. EMPEROR OF CHINA IS DEAD? FIRE AT SCHOONER Winnipeg, Man., Nov. dis- astrous lw. ..visited Schooner, a sta- tion .on the line of the Canadian Nor- thern Ry., batween Winnipeg and Port Arthur yesterday. The Stockholm hotel, the saloon Body Haa Been Re- moved To Death Chamber nominee Sansoci hud heard Salva Lu51dillH Northern News build- ng, owned by the Northern News Co., I can't remem- and he more. Witness'.knew .the.three men, Auge- lo and boarded with him a month. "After the first few days they Antonio start- ed using to Au- gelo and., once he .had to separate them. Autonio: always started the quarrels seldom answered back. .Once end of July Antonio had threatened to kill An- gelo if he did not get out of- the house. At another timv Antonio had picked up a lamp'j at Panul's when witness 'jthen.1, aud tbrcst- ened to throw it at" Angclo. who cried asked wituess; fcp take him back er liu went to to get a away from "This was in August. 'i Thii case having- been closed With v the- last witness, Counsel Macdohald. :in opening the de- tor threaten to throw Angelo Lxto the rivnr ami at" Danville, the Bo- thers liad 'threatened to put Angelo under the rail the mine. Almost every "night, Antonio or Sam insult- ed'Angelo and one night in Septem- ber Antonio had. struck Angelo with a quarter. Angclo started to crj but made ao effort to strike buck. Mrs. Pumii was called for the de- fence but her evidence this time was rather helpful to.the prosecution. She graphically, showed how Angelo's side was forced over the watertap and his head through the window by Antonio iu the quarrel just before the shoot- ing. Antor.io told Angelo he had bet ter go away or it would be bad for him. To Mr. Campbell, witness stat- ed that Angelo had called Salvatof a bad name three times that afternoon in reply toXinsuIts from him. Pre- jsne had told Angclo that ht uuu Jjetter icave if the others were quarreling all the time with him but he said that they talked a lot but meant no harm and he would stay till his grub was eaten anyway. The best witness for the defence pro veil, to George Papaluca. An- gelo and George Papaluca had known and Autonio since July and Siim since August 1 this year. Angclo Mont was at his house a month, Antonio was with him. They like brothers a few days but af- ere totally destroyed. Loss about DEATH OF REV. DR. WITHROW Toronto, Ont., Nov. Dr. ,V. H. Withrow of the Methodist Publishing house dlefd here tonight iged 69.' He was editor of the Sun- lay School publications of the church and author of a number of books; amongst thorn Withrow's History of Janada. He was a.' Fellow of the Uoyal Society of Cauada. MANY START TO TAKE EXERCISE ter t_hat used insulting lan- guage and spoke of him as his worst enemy. Angelo, Most courteous to insulting, remarks. fall to the ground and going into the house'saw Antonja lying dead in the kitchen.' Floyd Askejv who was the authentic news however, was cvw re- 1 constable at Frank, at the time ccived concerning the fate of- the TmMjixplained the plan of the house-.- fence brictly the j'tuy out lining 'the "The-de try to; show that the pri- tolcl him h6t'to: say half a word or an-innocent, he .would throw him out of tKe win- artless, guileless sort of: boy; who' and added -'Jr have premised it minded his own business and tried to .I'll do it. One "day or keep out of quarrels, that Antonio another you will die by my hand." a.nd Sal vator Castanla pursued Mont and were persistent bullies and they finally drove him to the act of j except when he was to get some sup- violence -when apparently thcnf >vnsJ per was in constant '-attendance on Witness had helped to take Salva- tor's clothes off at the. Hospital aud np other means left of dealing with the bullies." v.-71... loon, or its he was called-to the scenei ha saw Art NO MENTION OF GOMPERS Washington, D. discussion which has-arisen, over'..the dinner which President Roosevelt is to givt- in the White House on Tues- day to a number of labor leaders brought forth from the executiv? fices of the president today an unof- ficial statement pointing out that the dinner is not an official one and declining to discuss the- omission of President Gpmpers' name from the guest list: from report that no news- of the finding of a-.body thought to .bo that of'-Andre in Labrador, hns reached St. IJttle crexlcncc is given to" the report of captaiu_ here. Arctic ex- here doiJiot .believe the report that of Professor S. A. Andre, the Swedish explorer who in 1897'made an attempt to reacti the North Pole in a balloon had been found _dh fessor Canton and Captain Nilsson, the of Arqtic aiithorjtiiiS, questioned today, said they did not think it possible that Andre's bal loon could'have-reached Labrador. toiiio dead in :the kitchen -and a''wounded man j-Sam, being carried downstairs to go hospital. Lat- he went to the hospital to get a statement from the wounded man. Through an..interpreter, he said, "I am dead now." "Louis the husband of the hiin. He said that Sal vator, when witness asked him about thi! quarrel Tom Bruccci, a a prev- had stated, had got a hold o ious witness evidence'to hearing him and my brother striking hin Snlvntor use insulting language to Antonio had a stick of wood in his Angelo and Antonio threaten to in- hand'and'if it had not boon for the The Athletic Department of the Y.- 31. C. is already in splendid working The interest taken in the dif- rYkin, Nov. Emperor of Chi'ia is reported dead at 4 o'clock this afternoon. It however, b.-eu impossible to secure official con- firmation of ihis announcement up to 6 o'clock tills evening. His Majesty was transferred to the death cham- ber at- 2 o'clock in the afternoon. At .that hour he was still breathing. Pekin, China, Nov. condi- tion of His Majesty is so serious that the various legations here are send- ing cabled report thereon to their respective Governments. There have circumstantial rumors among the people of the death of the Em- P-Tor, and that his little brother, the ii.fant son of Prince Chun, has been b.-ought into the palace. The Em- ror has been suffering for 10 years just with chronic nepsritis, a con- rlition now coniplicated with diabetis sciatica. It ia admitted that his brain affected. The legations stand ivady to lend their physicians to at- His Majesty, but in August of his year the Dowager Empress de- fined offers to this end made by the British and German legations and consequently no further prefers have b 'on made. I'ekin, Nov. 13.-rTwo Imperial licts were issued from the palace "ercnt classes is rather a surprise. The committee arc required, to give information to numerous" enquirers Kven at this early date some of the classes arc almost filled un. 0 The gyiunasiiiinjs Iwing well fittwl up with every de-tail. iTwo new mats feet by 10 feet have, been procured imd the lixetl r Aip so that now forty feet of mats arc on the floor. The parallel bars have also rapid succession. The first makes M nee Chung regent of the empire iiul the second appoints his son Pu heir apparent simultaneously ,vith the removal of the Emperor the winter palace to the death in the forbidden city. ACCIDENTS IN STATES Washington, D. -rere persons killed and i.ijured iii railroad casualties in the ijnited States during the fiscal year been put into first class shape and a -ndiug June 30 last, according to the jure him. Bynnato Bertoia know _nll the par- ties well, lie said that :Ahtonio and Angelo got along well a while but Antonio was never satisfied with woman in the house we would have fixed him nice and plenty so that ho would have been in bed thruc or four months." Court adjourned. COAL OPERATORS INTERVIEW C.P.K. ABOUT RATES CHIEF OF POLICE DEAD Ont., Nov. of Police Connors who was stricken with appendicitis about a week ago atid operated upon, died this morn- ing. Canadian Northern elevators at this point-have already handlod eleven grain. million bushels oi Western WHITNEY OFFICIALS TO BE CANDIDATES Saulte: Ste. Mane, Nov. of- fici'als of the Whitney Government Albert Grigg, of Bruce Mines, -li cense inspector and Sam Marks, Soo regisuar, will resign to seek the Conservative nomination in Algoma for the provincial house taking the place of W. R. -Smvthe, M. P. Tho d.ife of the bye-olection is not fixed. WANT TUPPER TO RUN Ottawa, Nov. is in circulation in Carleton ccmnty in which Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper asked to accept representation of that constituency in Parliament in the event of B. L. Borden deciding to sit for Halifax county. .New York, Nov. election of secretary of state Elihu Root as U. to succeed Senator Platt, was advocated in -resolutions adopted by the Union" League Club tonight. Prince Albert, Sask., Nov. sixteen pols to hear from, Rutan, Liberal, has 250 majority. His elec- tion is assured by a fair majority. LOSES TWO TUGS St. John, N. B., Nov. John K. Moore, received word today that two of his tug Ixmts, the Lord Wolscley and The' Caluna were NT.' S.. in wrecked on JUMPED OUr OF CAR Nov. Lanigan, western traffic superintendent of .the arrived in town Friday evening, the ,6th..inst.-, to meet the coal shippers and miners of the Woodpecker District, regarding their appeal to tlie Railway Commission at Ottawa; .a matter which appears to interest -that road at the. present time. The operators and miners at Woodpecker, until their request was forwafded by Frank Oliver, were unable to get any satisfaction in their many appeals for a "half-way" decent rate Winnipeg and other points in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and we sincerely trust that .the corporation ;he C. P.; Ry. will now be compelled to allow our coal to sell in the "Western Provinces of Canada, on at least as good terms as ttre American Domestic coal receives. It is rumored that the interview above referred to appears 1o have amounted to practically nothing as the C. P. R. officials lield the "Big Stick" and used every endeavor to frighten the small sappers at Woodpecker into withdrawing their grievance from the Board of Railway Commissioner, lollinp them that their complaint had j not been put before the Canadian i Pacific Railwnv and that when Mr. to allow our coal industry to meet j eastern competition, thereby.discriiii- inating against our home-.proauct. We sincerely that this '-matter' will IK: arranged satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Trowson and four children, P.. G. Jorgfson, Alfred Ken. and W. J. Barbaen, -of New- burjr, N. D.. arrived in Taber yes- terday for the purpose of securing land in this district. Charlie Ramsey (a engaged at the Canada West CoalSSo.V mine yesterday at 1 p.m. sustained sev- i-re bodily bniises, as well as ugly gashes lying open upper and lower lips, by beinp thrown from a buggy in a runaway accident on West Main Street, nearly om- mile west of town. Jerry Kincade is another new arri- wr from N. He states that his parr-nts will Glenbuni this week with three cars, including farm implenu-nts. household effects cows and horst-s. Their' land is in Tp. H R. 13. During tho prosfnt. cold spoil the water in the Belly river has become so low that it i- impossible to cross with tho ferry Dozens of loads of lumber and household effects aro standing waiting an opportunity to Pass Coal Co., and will be in- stalled at once. "For retaining goods in hi.s pos- the charge of Honry Sickles against James aj-is and which was aired in the iolice crourt at 8 p.m. yesterday br> fire Magistrates Aubin r.nd Layton. After the .compliiinant and defendant had each made liu; liule speech as to 'how the thing their Honors concurring could not appre- hend any reasonable foundation, lor Robert McCanlo.y, a Hat served 30 days in the here for assault. While Blair was alive and chairman of the hoard that all complaints that, had not first been referred to the Railway weru immediately thrown out; how- lii complaint of this district ing to on tho nortli sido. wish- jire obliged to return. such a charge. The ease was there- ismissed with costs to be paid by the complainant. Richard Roe, a recent arrival in Taber, and who apparently had not seen a bath tub for 'a number of moons, was hauled in by tho police ye-storrlny; He naively admitted to Magistrate Aubin that he "had (hie) overloaded a (hjcj and his ready confession won his release by first paying and amount- ing to Magistrate Aubin has just returned from Grassy Lake whero he went re- cently to hear a case against J. R Milligan of that place. The inform and complaint was laid by w. M. Police new spring -board put up. Fifty-two new lockers" are being put in and will be in shape for use next week. A. new.'jacket will assure plen- ty .of hot.'water ami a warm bath room. The backstops for basket ball are boing put up and will be ready for the first practice-Wednesday, night when all interested are be present. The limit in the boys' class -has almost been reached. AVith twenty-seven members there is ac- commodation for only three more. The'business mens' class' is building up rapidly ami while there was a good turn out at the young raens' class-last .night the number will be greatly increased tonight. Maxwell has been interviewed a nuiSfJjor- of young ladies regard- ing the orgTuTizaiiorii of a ladies' class vhich inntter has not as yet been de- cided. The club has gone 1o considerable expense to equip a ctasa gymna- sium nncl it is gratifying to them to md such an interest being taken in tho various classes. It should be re- membered that the accommodation Ixcs a limit to the number in the classes so those wishing to enter should act quickly. A-member of the city police having )ccn present when some of the class- es were at their exercises was so well pleased with the efficiency of the instruction that the force has decided to enter the young class. The citizens should remember that the materialization of a Y.1LC.A. building depends largely on the work done in the Y.M.C. class this year and give the institution their sup- port. nnuai- statement of the Interstate. Commerce Commission today.- This a decrease of killed and iiijured as compared with the prev- ious year. -MAJORITY UNCHANGED Brandon, Man., Nov. The re- c'ju'nt- of the ballots for Brandon con- iiituency culminated' when Work on the bridge is still sing hut very slowly, rmly a very few men b.-ins at thr- present time.. Cumberland, who was presiding; de- ?iared the Hon. Clifford Siftonrs mu- ,ority as sixty-nine. T.-Mayne Daly -as present throughout the whole of .lie day's proceedings. Mr. Sifton made a gain. of two, with 13 boxes counted. But --Mr. Duly lined two today, making an even ij.-eak. The figures now are predise- the same as those announced by iiet uming Officer Ingram in his de- claration on Friday last. re- GAMBLERS AT FERNIE Forme, Nov. the building of the city there has been a considerable influx of "at-" rracted by the large amount "of money ihat is in circulation owing to the ex- building operations. A great I'iiany. of the fraternity have been f.-ni out of town already and during the next few days the authorities are going to throw out a net to gather in tlie remaining ones, and as the cells in the g'aol are nearly completed, they will be accommodated with free for a few weeks. There ?5 no room in the town for this class and the police are determined to rid the city of their undesirable presence. MAYOR OF THE HAT Medicine Hat, Nov. in- dications are that D Miine will bo" mayor of this city, by ac- memfx-r R. Caluna is a total loss and the Wolse- tey may be pnlied off the rocks but it is doubtful. Thi: tug Lord Kiteh- alongside and will try to get t Lord Wolseley off at high waU-r. ABOLISH PATRONAGE LIST Ottawa, Nuv. Mr. Bro- deur has given orders that the Que-- bec patronage list be abolished, and all purchases be made in the open market. at the Hat 'and found a lot ods, which led n charge .of ary being R. Western Manager) for over one year, so Mr. Txinigan will find that the appeal will not be thrown unlicensed peddlers are often srvn upon streets and disposing of their without bfcing an in much unday, McCauley was re-ar-1 and was started off for Metli-Hat in charge of a constable, i passing through Coleridge not having an opportunity to adjust matters. We understand that the tariff in use at the present time T is the same as lias been vised for if cftlleotivl. could be usetl to: good dcfrayinjr the expenses of this munioipalitv. doubt the fi Phi ollowing morning the prisoner d through a car window and ap-to have got clear away, as the W. M, P. havo not yet tooap-l ten or fifteen and while 'rates of other commodities have been reduced the Railway Co., win not even give nssnraTiee tho tariff will be adjusted in the near Nov. The large compressor two boilers recontly purchas ed by Prop. B. K. Bullock of Springs SooJless Coal Co., will arrive this week from the days shots prii DANDURAND TO LEAD TrlE SENATE Otirtwa, Nov. is quite prob- a'nl" wlu-n Parliament meets, Sena- tor Damlurand, of Montreal, will be- out portfolio and leader of the Gov- an intelligent farmer aod deserves forces in the Senate. Hon. much credit for bringing into this Scott will retire or become charging the defendant as being res- ponsible for a prairie fire recently vicinity which burned neighborhood of two Milljgan pleaded preferred aganst him. and claimed y in the sections. Mr. to tin> charge ACCiDENT TO MINISTER Toronto, Nov. P. Wills, 72 yenrs old, ji retired Methodist min- Kster fell at the foot of the stairs in his residence last night and fractur- ed both arms. TO BE SENATORS Ottawa, Nov. is understood the vacant Senatorships in Nova Scotia will go to Hance J. Logan, ex-M.P. and K. M. Farrell, M.P.P., speaker of the legislature. MOCK PARLIAMENT A fairly representative meeting of the Y.1LC. was held last night to talk over plans in connection with and costs. Mr. Milligan ns cmnpoto plowing 1 spvapr n te upper ouse. r a spark from the T10 Hichard Cart-wright had no dosiro to doubt the causo of Photographer William Cand- lish, of Macleod. has spent thr.v. busy in Tah-er taking snap interesting pictures of principal street HC assume the duties pertaining to the Government leadership and Senator Innd were sxnvl W. II. JCcLei- appointed a nominating committee to report next cvonmg wncn the officers will be el- ected and tho speech from the throne drafted. The question for debate will ANOTHER WRIT Toronto, Nov. G. E. Fos- ter, has issued E ior'ulcgcd li-J bel against the Windsor Record. in all nrohability ]v> _ eral issues to come before the Cau- adinn Parliament at the coming ses- sion. The meeting on Thursday, Nov. ana ut tms meeting the will tnke place, ;