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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909. NO. 283. CHANGES IN THE CITY SCHOOLS High and Public De partments To Be Separated TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Odessa municipal council has petitioned Emperor Nicholas to dis- franchise' French voters. Governor John Burke, of North Da- kota, has named. Fountain L. Thomp- son, of Cando, States Sen- ator to succeed the late Senator Johnson, who died in Fargo several weeks ago. Thompson is a Demo- crat. G. S. Craig, Superintendent of the Excelsior Life Insurance has been in Halifax ten days, checking the accounts of M. C. MacLennan, the Halifax manager of the company. Mr. Craig said that Mr. MaeLennah's accounts are short PEACE REIGNS AT CAIRO, NOW The School Board took a very im- portant step last 'night when they 'passed a resolution '.by which the High School and Public School de- partments will become separate in- stitutions. The High School is in a separate building now, and on ac- e-cunt of this as well as in view of giving better supervision to the puo- lic school work, .the Board decided to separate the two institutions place W. A. Hamilton, the present principal in full charge of the public school system as .principal and su pervisor to which duties he will his entire time. One of the teachers of the High School Department, Jos. Morgan, Ts WILL NOT SELl THE SCHOOL Bailey Si. Building May Be Needed Again Soon MHita Likely To E advertise for two teachers for ti High School, a principal and anothe; specialist, to make with Miss JBen- "nett, a .High School staff of three. The change is to take effect Jan. 1, 1910. The Board granted the request of Miss Beryl Nimmons for a three leave of absence to take a special course in art work in Toronto.. They will advertise for two teachers at once, one to take Miss Nimmon's place during her absence and another to take a III class made necessary by the overcrowding of the present classes. Miss f Bessie Hazell having under- taken the work of Kindergarten as- sistant with Miss Ault at the cen- tral Kindergarten, was appointed to the position at of per; month. The meeting of the Board was a special meeting called to consider these things, which had bee-n previous- ly discussed by the committees. Those present were Chairman Fleet- wood, Trustees Stewart, Johnston and Austin, and Principal Hamilton. MAY BUY HUDSON .BAY CO STORES London, Nov. is learned on what seems good authority that Har- rolds Stores, Limited, which is on6 of London's greatest emporiums, has offered the Hudsons Bay Co. 55.000.- 000 for its stores in Canada. Mr. Burbidge, managing director of Harrolds, visited Canada last sum- mer, going out at the same time as Lord Strathcona, and it is known that he made exhaustive investiga- tion of the shop methods of the Hud- Co. at its various Canadian centres. I Mr. Burbidge is also honorary trea- surer of the Chamberlain Tariff Com- mission, and is keenly interested in the extension of British trade with Canada. He is well backed by influ- ential British nnanciers, who have great faith in his judgment and ex- perience. London, Nov. Strathcona when interviewed with regard to the i rumor that Harrods Limited had of-; fered the Hudson Bay Co., for its stores in Canada, as governor of Hudson's i Bay O., nor privately do I know that I 'Harrods have made anq such offer." Replying to further questions he said: Mr. Burridge. was in Can- ada this autumn, T met him. there, but I am not aware that Hatreds are thinking anything of the kind." The Public School Board held special meeting last night and met a deputation of Some members of .the Presbvterian Church who spoke to the Board with reference to purchas- ing the Bailey St. school in North Ward for- a -church to be used by the Presbyterian congregation being or- ganized in that pare or the city. The matter was placed before -the Board by Eey. A. M. Gordon, min- ister of Knox Church, and he was supported by Rev. W. W. Briden, the minister of the new congregation, E. U. Rylands, J. B. Davies andrH. Macbeth. The Board after a. lengthy -discus- sion of .the subject decided that it was not in the best 'interests of the chools to sell the property at -'the present time. Although the Bailey St. school will be vacated on. the com- pletion of the addition to'thev West-- minster school, the Board figured it -nit that it would not be many months beam-- it would be required again'as] the probability is that the. Westmin- ster School will be filled -by next sum- mer at the latest. The Board offered Cairo, 111., Nov. for the clemobolization of the fourth regiment of the Illinois National guard, which have occupied Cairo since early yes-j terday were expected by the com- manders of the organization this morn ing. The absence last night of trou- j ble and the safe arrival at Kankakee of Arthur Alexander who was escort- ed from here late yesterday by two companies of the military led- both the local and state authorities to be- Uieve that there .would be no chance of further disturbance in the city. Alexander, who is suspected of the murder of Annie Pelley, is the only person in whom the members of the BOURASSA'S CANDIDATE LOST BYE-ELECTION Montreal, Quo., Nov Aid. Robiitard, Government candidate, defeated N. K. La-' flarnrne, a Bourassu supporter by S38 in a bye-election in St. Mary's'Division. In Chambly Dr. Deraultmers, government, "defeated Marcil, Opposition by 4CG.- In St. Sauver, Lunglois, the labor candidate defeated the government candidate by 388. HYPNOTIZED A PRISON GUARD SHODDY MILL BURNED Toronto, Nov. from 000 fin- in shoddy mills of Smith Mfg. Co., supposed to of incendiary or- igin, tliis afternoon, so dense that fireim-ii approaching the blaze lighted lanterns to f.-el their way j through with engines. Nothing but I .shoddy and an old building burned. Prof. Everton Displays His Gift To a number Of Doctors MAYOR WILL PROSECUTE Spokane, Nov. Salary loan ag- i'ucHJs, chatted mortgage houses and payment concerns char COAL RATES BROUGHT UP ng more Jinn 12 pvr cent, interest, the legal rare in Washington, will be prose-cut- i ji.'d under the usury law by Mayor I I Ni'lson S. Pratt, of Spokane, without i i -cost of a penny to the victims. TROLLEYCAR RAN AWAY Cause Of the Terrible Dis- aster Near Van- couver mob have.any interest. The announced j Vancouver, Nov. evi- intention of the Governor and General i dence and the testimony of. the man on the job failed to agree in the first day's street car accident. From three death of the fifteen victims of Tues- New York, Nov. prove his} contentions that hypnotic influences! cannot affect the heart enough to rup j lure the aorta, "Prof." Arthur Ever-j ton who is held charged with having! caused the death of Robert Simpson, i one of his "subjects" a few nights! ago gave a number of demonstrations i IT for the benefit of visiting members of; "CW the medical fraternity in his cell at; Sommerville, -N. J., jail yesterday af-' ternoon. One of the acts was to hypnotize his keeper James P.' Major j j Keeper Major had just let the doc- j jtors into the witness room in which Everton is imprisoned. The professor looked him square in the Complaint From the Pass Before the Com- mission At Regina Wells to land the negro at some point so far removed from Cairo that ho attempt would be made to take him from the property and it is the general opinion here that the object was generally accomplished by the for a jor, you seconds and then said, are falling eyes j (Special News Alta., Nov., ;ing crew in the employ of'the-Carbon- Major's body stiffened and he Coal .Company, running a rail- ually leaned forward. He would i road survey up-the South Fork of the have fallen face downward on the iOld Man River to "cross the; main day's street car accident from three haci Everton caught Mm. I range via the North Kootenav o'clock until seven Coroner Jeffs ami .T.he hypnotist consider, possible charges against mem bers of the mob may also be deter- mined today. It is likely, however. that the matter will be left for the next regular grand jury which is to meet early, in December., Under present conditions of public opinion it is-conceded by the local po- ice authorities that the chances of obtaining indictments against mem- bers ttf. the1 Thursday night mob are remote. journey to Kankakee. Whether a spe-1 the jury listened to a relation of the cial grand jury is to be summoned to -facts; regarding the runawav of the fYmcnrlor nncciMa o4- J. ov Ul Lilt, lumber car down, the Central Park grade before its collis- ion with the crowded passenger coach The court room "was crowded with lawyers for not only were the Brit- right, restored condition, then caugn-t mm. via Tne iNortn Kootenay pass. held the keeper up-: is now nearing the summit and it is Mm to his normal expected the work will be completed got behind him severe weather sets made a quick pass down the keeper's i eer Winters, in charge of the work, spine with his hand and said gently, j was in Frank the first of the week. "Major you are falling backward." jHe states that as good progress as Major's eyes closed as if asleep and ,could' be. expected under rather unfa- he leaned backward' until he lost conditions is being made and (Special to the Herald) Lundbreck, Nov. l2.-The Galbraith Coal Co. of Lundbreck, Alta. com- plained to tho Railway Commission against the new C. P.-R! coal and coke tariff, which became effective on Oct. 4th, 1909. The case was set for hearing at Regina and came up before Commissioners Scott and Mao jlean at Regina on Nov. 9th. Tbe officials of the C. P. R. were present put.' in a basis upon iwhich their rates were charged. The Galbraith Coal Co. submitted a sche- dule of comparisons of. old and new- rates showing how the present rates discriminated in favor of the Leth- bridge mines and against the mines at Lundbreck, Hellenic, and" other points in the Crow's'Nest Pass. The decision was reserved. "The- rates in question affect tbe coal bus- iness of both producer and consumer and the case is of interest to Boards of Trade of several towns. The Galbraith Coal Co. complain that in the new compared with the old one, there is a dtscrim- balance and was caught again. Everton stood the keeper on I that he expects to finish the survey to the summit at least. T v- i jL.jvti.uvii uuu jvccyci. uu iiih uu ish Columbia electric railway com- feet restored Mm to his normal Contrary to the 'supposition that pany and the relatives of the victims j. condition with a pass of the been general with regard _'to "'the of the accident represented by coun- to lease one of the rooms of the school to the church for six months if they so desired. In the course of his remarks to the Board Mr. Gordon said that a re- cent canvas of the North Ward show- ed that there were sixty Presbyterian families there besides others at No. 3 and No. shafts. At -the meeting the Board received froiii Mrs. Barford a letter of thanks for the resolution of sympathy recent- ly passed. t Lieut. Col. Cniicksh.anks, of Calgary wrote the Board concerning the tak- ing over of the Cadet Corps by the Board. The chairman having already answered the letter by asking for ad- COLEMAN WANTS TO BE A across the forehead. i building "of a -railroad "through the sel, but the city of Vancouver and Keeper Major had never been hypnot- Kootenay Pass, which has been that the municipality of-South Vancouver! before and Eycrton's influence re- j a long tunnel at the summit would be also had -delegates present. Brake- vealed to the authorities the possibil- necessary in order to get a reason- man a young man of thirty I of a hypnotist in jail. Major is'aolc states told a remarkably straightforward the only person who stands 'between no tunnel will; be necessary and and clear story of the. accident, some I. Ever ton and liberty but Sheriff Ross a vt-rv fair grade will- be ob- features of which set at defiance to the [said last night that he had so much'; Gained. Chief Technical Expert j confidence in Everton he would not i There has been much speculation in- crease from five to fifteen cents from Lundbreck and Pass points; 20 the rate' remained the same, while the balance has a slight reduc- tion in favor of Lundbreck. But from Lethbridge there was a reduction from all the points except a few where the rate remained "the place an extra guard over him. .'dulgcd in as to who, is behind the to -to cents. For example to Regina there was from Lundbreck a "reduc- tion of 5c. but from Lethbridge a re- duction of 30 cents, of now a differ- he can cast a spell over ono j Carbon Hill Company in this project tiaTuswd to be'lS ential of 40 cents where the differen- An Effort Will Be Secure incorporr aticu cents From Mao- j Davis. i Burrows related how his electric i train preceded the passenger car on J he can sairijbut no move has thus far been made in mileage thc grade, had dropped its last car. j the sheriff. calculated to tip oft the; hand of thc j miles but from L7indbreck I the lumber Hat car, on the main line. real Many People are of I and had zone on a switching track. COLEMAN CITIZEN 'real projectors. j the belief that it is a Harri- Jl-05 and from 90 i j Burrows staid on the lumber bar ac- j cording to the company's rules, hav-} (The Herald Special News Service.) ling applied the brake and placed a i Alta.. Nov. -12.-D1 A. j block of wood under the rear wheel j to kefcp it from slipping down the Burrows swore he staid on all the time. Tbe ratc frQm Lethbrid taking, designed to biook ig for t i (Special News Service. The Herald.) board Coleman, Alta., Nov. move-! ment among the Coleman business i men, headed by D. J Hill of the! the conductor assisted Coleman Hardware Co., is under war'' m COUpling and both at and looking to the incorporation of Col5-iSaW lhat worc Perfectly cou- man as a town. Many of the prop- P The pulled the. erty owners feel that the town would t Up the Rradc four and then COMING TO LETHBRIDGE i connect with the-Oregon i Short Line. t That it is a ;bona fide railroad Simpson, manager of the Coleman buMing projcct anfl mcrelya Mercantile company has resigned and dc.signcd to, head'some is indicated by the fact that the road is being located as the work progresses, leaving only the! cross-sectioning to ,be done. It is i contracts will be let early i to will go into business in Lethbridge. i j He is succeed eel as manager of the j When the locomotive returned Bur- .Mercantile- Company by Frank Hugh-' es, a popular young business man who lias been with tho company for >oine virtually in fact, since its organization. During :Mr. Simp- term as manager of the coin- ditional information and dvirur his in a much better position to carry j partccl' Burrows said ]mny he has ma.de aii enviable record opinion'as to why the Corpgxwent to pieces here, the Board decided to lay tht- matter on the table until thev heard from Lieut. Col. Cruickshanks issuc Debentures. They also feel that j J he felt himself going back -almost im- on.' numerous public improvements! contemplated and very much needed I mcdiatclv and and set if incorporated and in a position to i brake as hatd as hc could- but the the became more and again. ALL ROUTE IS ASSURED it is only just that the people who i he off come here in the future and enjoy the the trestlc and blessings of these improvements should pay a fair proportion of the j expense entailed instead of putting j examined the car reached ran along following the car and saw the collision. Davis Inche. a car expert, said he the coUiiRgs and found aud has been a force for progress in the town. His withdrawal from Cole- man's business circle, will. be deeply regretted. in the spring for the beginning of construction. The line will connect with the Crow's Nest road at Burmis. Fifty Do'ukhobor families with, all their belongings left Viregin station for British Columbia yesterday. Will Lecture On Government Annuities British Government Bonuses Short Route From London the whole burden upon those now j tlaem in perfect order. here. The subject has been very The inquest was -adjourned till next much discussed of late and this dis- j Monday. cussion has into a move-j ment to that end. i During the week Mr. Hill circulai-i cd a the village coun- j icil to call a meeting of ratc payers! j for the consideration of the question and in compliance, Chairman Alex, j j Cameron lus issued the call and set (Special News Service, The Herald the date of the meeting for. the 17th. j- Frank, Alta., -Nov. 12.-An evidence of. the attention the coal field of the London. Nov. government has dwided to grant pounds James Taylor, who fell ten stories down the elevator shaft in the Do- minion Trust building at Vancouver died in the general hosnjtal during the night. to .the Col loony Bbcksod railway. When this is constructed London will be only fourteen from Black- sod. Halifax, N. S., is only threo and a half days distant. "WSth tjhfs decision j' prophesies tin: Standard, "'the oarly opening of the All Red Route will become al- most, assured its recognition by tho Canadian government a" part of The movement seems likely to suit in a decision to incorporate j Pass is attracting abroad is supplied it is. said to be opposed only by thc personnf.i o[ thc numbcr i ri 11 i which fear for overmen's papers! a i of applicants rnsc will be imposed and bv j who wcre exaniinod at called "tight wads" ul.n i aminations held hv rvoi tain liquor interests town license a few so cam-u "iifciit waus wno i aminations held here by Chief _ fear incorporation will entail fncrcas-j Minc rnspcctor Robcrt LivinKstone I and the commission appointed for the Then- were fifty-eight ap- _____ jpers from fire boss to mine Employee rrl taxation. STOLE FROM GRIPS I purpose. All Red'Route will be sismal for Caught in the Act Toronto. Nov. Glass, 17 i i thev hailed. the commencement of the railway." old. was arrested- yesterday on n Union Station, Toronto, and -the applicants came from all ov- cr Canada and held first class papers difTeren' Herald's Contest Prize List FIRST GRAND Gourlay-Angelus Player PJano. SECOND GRAND Winter Tour or cash THIRD GRAND 25-foct lots in Parkdale. These prizes will be competed for by candidates in both districts DISTRICT District No. diamond ring; one gold wotch; leather seated morris chair: one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbrella. District No. diamond ring; one gold watch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one silk umbreila. of stealing articles from suit the Union station. The fact that so large a number of Glass 1 competent coal mine managers oamcj was ,-mplo.wd at the station- and- om- )to onc examination in this district] of his was to fasten checks10 papers, indicates, apparent-' to suit cases, trunks, etc. For some Ily' that Thc Pass is cominS to bft lime complaints have, been upon abroad as a very import- by railway officials thai articles ficld in which thc dovelopmcnt of nv'stM'ng from jrrip.s, suspicion wa.s directed toward Yester- day ii i.s a-Rogctl baggageman saw Glass in the act of opening a suit ease and .taking something out. The baggageman informed the police Glass was arrested. Detective Ann-; strong visited Glass' boarding house the near future will hold many posi- tions capable men. it also de- notes that big development is ,in progress now as a goodly per ccn- tage of those who pass the examina- j tion will obtain positions in the vi- cinii'v cents. Cran- From Lundbrcck to Cranbrook the rate is for 127.7 miles. West of Cran- brook thc rate frofn Lethbridge and Lundbreck is the same. High Ratc to A. R. I. Points This company alto complained of the high rates to A. R. T. points, and claimed that as the C.P.R. are supposed to own a controlling inter- est in the A. R. I. these rates are out of all proportion. From Lund- breck to Raymond is but rom brock to Raymond is but from Lundbreck coal was used extensively by thc steam plows and threshers this is of importance to many classes. Tho Galbraith coal company were thc only ones complaining before the Railway Commission but it is a.mat- ter that is of vital interest to others. SHOT MAN WHO REFUSED TO MARRY Would Not Regret if Had Only Three Minutes to Live Di-troit, .Mich.. >STOV. be- fore diVd today from two bullet wounds received lasi night, Samuel A. Morky, farm manager on a large j (--state at Bloomfk-kl. thirty miles j north, of Detroit, said that Bertha j Lietusau, cook at had a hot I time because he refused to marry her. At the jail Miss Lietusau said: "Iforky did me a great worng in promising to marry me and in refus- ing to do so. I shot him and1 if I j wore going to in three mimitee I would not ask forgiveness for what j I have done. He got what was due I him." silver and found' there a Inrge quantity of articles of every description, includ- ing watchos, one gold and two And it is a fact Qf aufchcnM_ cation that-the plans of'the compan- ies now operating contemplate an ag- gregate output before thc expiration of 19.10 that will not be measured bv ten thousand tons of coal a day. i Dr. Sfljnson, of Windsor, Ont., lee-a full house. The address will be tuTftr in chief on Government Annni-1 thc s.imft as to an ties, who is to address the people of i T __ audKWf of threti thousand people Lethbridjro in the Hall on Monday nicht, at S.30 has a Toronto, reputation a clear and eloquent' ".ost flattering comments from tho; John the younK BODIES NOT RECOVERED O. J. Owen and F. J. Cummings. j who turn; been searching for the bo- dies of the two young men drowned near Cardston came into the city last night. A couple of men arc still there continuing thc search. The lake has been dragged and dynamit- jwl thoroughly but without result. It {has been very difficult working owing j to the cold and dense fog over the water. Yesterday the lake coramcnc- Jed to freeze over and the searchers i'-have practically given up hope of re- covering the bodies until they rise of their own accord. Orfn True, bro- and should be greeted with eastern press. men drowned, last night. came into the city'- ;