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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethhiidge Daily Herald Volume IV. TWELFTH PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLES AT OTTAWA Lcilibri(lg:e, Albeita, Weilncsdny, November 15, Ifl 11 Number 283 Proceedings Today Were Lars^ely of si Forinal Xa-hire-Tinsel I'oiuorrow-l^laborate I'repar-alioiis tor Duke of CoiinaiiK'ht OUnwn, Nov. -In wlin': nilplil bo tei'imnl tlie t w.'iK a fairly full rpproaciitat Ion of nicmbcvFi. Tho incBsaBo to tlin voni- mnmbtrs flocked over to llin red cliiiinbcr, whero Sir Chark's imparted tile tllne lionored liifitnictloiiB. On reptilrltiK to lli'c; coniniotis, I)t. T. n, Sprniilc, M.I'. for linal CUay, I^ttHt ("iraiid Mafiter of tlie OiEiitie CJraiid lAidj;f of Uritlsh Vortb Amcri-ra, waw proposad by I lie premlrr, lion. il. I,. IJoHien. socoifled by tliv senior privy councillor, lion. Geori^e 10. I''osler, iiiinlstei of trade and rnpi-inerco. Sir Wilfrid Laurjer. leade*r of His Majtisty'B loyal opiiot.Uion, Bra�!fiiily mipporled the nomination, and tbe firs't i;oinmoner-e'lort was eBcorted to tbu chair amidsl the hearty irtaudits COMMITTED EBERT FOR TRIAL Supt. Primrose Listens to Evidence in Preliminary Hearing WILMOTT MURDER monera that the deputy Kovi^rnor was!"f the inembBra on both sldvjs of the In waiting was convoyed by T. B. flint, clvsrk of the houHC, and the house. (Continued on page 7) ALL ANXIOUS T flags FOR SHARE OF TRADE Uncle Sam Urged to Take Off Duty on Pulp Wood Washington, 0. (' , Nov. l;'i-Kol-lowing I be presDii1.atioi>. niiiili' to Ihi.s goveriinifal in regard to duties on wcicid pulp and print paper, tlie (.ier-man enibassay has .sent n note to ilu' stale tlu'partinent) formally elainiin?; unilev the favored uuliou elaubi- i,f the exisliiif; treaty the saiin? privilege enjoyed by Canadian puip and Witnesses Recall Incidents Connected With the Tragedy Maelrod, \ov. lo.-K. Kberl, coni-ntitled (or trial at the next silting of tlie .Supienie Court at Madfod, and .M. .lasbic. 111 he arraigned for pni-limiiiary hcariiiir this atlernoan, was the disposition of tlic preliminary liearnin of llie Wilinoll murder ease I ( I EX-ALD. DAVID KING He Tall>'indy City Were Secured - Have r�iS Yards - Great Caiuuliau lload Is After Uie BiisiiieHs Final Result of Plebescite to be Announced at Fernie ('hicago. Ill , Nov 15.-A was made today of (lie piucha.sp of 105 parcels of land on the wisl side, Vhich arc lo .serve as the new Iri-ighl terriiii:al (if the t'anadiaii I'acilic railway ill ('hieu.i];o. Tho title is taken by the Ceiilral Terminal Railroad Co. organized by the Minneapolis, .St. I'aul and Saii^t Hie. Marie H. R. Co. the Soo line, a I'arl of the Canadian Haoific road tor the purpose of carry-I ing out the project A stated consideration of $930,000 j be used as the Ireight. terniinal line*' is Ri\fn in'the transfer to the Cen-i south of Twelfth street and west pi record , New York to secure nn issue of *20,-000,000 first mortgage, Chicago Terminal 1 percent, thirty-year sinking fluid gold bonds maturing November 1, 13 11. The property is comprised of two tracts, one' lioing bounded by-Colorado aviiufe on the south, Ux-ington street on the north. Walnut avenue on tlie west, and South Fiftieth Ave. on the east. This, used for auxiliary yards and ttacl^ purposes. The other tract which will' tral 'I'ertniiial Co., and in connection with the transfer the Soo Mne and the 'rerminal Co. liavc given ^ mortgage to the Guaranty Trust Co., ol iii President of Vancouver Club Deplores Ostentatious Display Vancouver, B. C, Nov. 15 -At the annuiil iiu'i'tinc last night of the Vancouver Canadian club, the leUrin;^ presidc-iil, i'hviiig Hiichaii, coniiif.'H .'d on Ihe disphiy nf fori-ign Hags in tli;-city and advocated a censorship -.1 moving picture theatres. "Tlie iiriiii-ary objection of tlie Canadian club," said lh(- president, "is to foster i;a-1 riot ism, and i.s in fa\or of a fiee before Suprrinlcndeiil I'rimrosc, tlii^ Moiinle'ii I'lilicc veslerdav alter-I . noon The case is allractin^ , l,r�e I Ex-Aldcrman DaVld King anvjiiMl of alleiition at Maeleod, es-peci.illy in police circles, for the murder of Ccorne V'.. Wiliiiott, private uf the K N.W .Ml' , at Frank, ,n April ll!, I'JUK, ii,;s never been forgotten by liis conirade.s in the force, and everything possible is being done to throw light nil (111- case al the hearing of the allegi'il iiiurderers, K ICbert, alias C .Stefan, ami M -lasbic, wiio were apprelieiuled nil t)cl 22 of '-i'.is year and cliiirgeil willi the crime Tbe story (if the crime, as it was told by witnesses nt yesterday afternoon's pioeeediiigs, shows it lo have tieeri a very cold-bioodeil afia-.r. .\c-cording to the slorv of .lasbic, who May be a Candidate for Office HAS A PLATFORM dr. parker speaks on imperialism ciprocity as Sign of Loyalty lia.s liirned King's evidence at tlic display of the (lag on public buildings preliniiiiarv, he and l-'.bert had been at celebrations and national events." carrving on a series of robberies in  "'I'lie club cannot object to the no- -,1,,. towns during the months, paper'''''"'" f"ii-'iS" Ungs," ;-oii-S^biie miners were not' working thai �tinned the president, "in hon(,r- of of-j vear due to a �l">it sliut-down in the of free entry into America. Tlie Ger-1 (:�,.,u- ,ii,iiii �.no.- ii, , , � .uciaii-,, iiigniiarie', oi the countries ,,,lies Tiiev bad coiiAnilted several man note is formal and is intended, j represented by such Hags or when in-, robberies of'more or less importance, and on the night of .\pril 11, went of looting the � lasbic liad his shot- as explained at the cmbasscy to save j dicaling foreign consulates, but tbe the lights of Ciernian exporters. Sev-i os|ptiiatii>us display of foreign Hags! ont with the imrpose eral countries have already laid claim.' without special reason, whether large fi'.K. dfpot. to exeinpliou troni paper and pulp or sii.all. is to be deplored. II foi-lUittes on the same ground and it is eign residents and visitors liave not expected within a short time every'enou^b revpeet fur Canadians to re-nation lliat exports pulp or low frain from causing irritation in this glade paper will lla^e registered at j uianner, the aid of the authorities tile state departmenl applications for i must be invjieil in our opinion any CJinial privileges with Caiiaila {other aitituile is undignified'' The Aufencan Newspaper V,.-u's as-' Siiciatioii has also tiled wilb the stat( I ti(>|iartmenl a pica that tlie apiilica-tioiis ot tliese countries lie iiiiuiedi-ately allowed on the groiimis that to re((Uire the importers to iual>e test cases would not be ('(umaleiit to the "Imineiiiale Action" eoiilemplated in j _ , Ihe favored nation claiiM' of tlie treat-'. , ,,  i I   ies under which tbe chiims are pre-} NcW rinanCial InstltUtlOH ferred. The secretary, of state announced today that be regarded the matter .is one rei|UirinT ilie attention of the president and secretary of hreaiurv and it is evident that he will not net liimself unless be bank of alberta is the latest Proposed Will Have Lethbridge Branch gun with "bim, but they were deterred from their purpose, and .lasbic ran home I'.efore going, he sairt that I'^iiert erabbeil the gun out of lii.s, and that the latter liad come ruiinin'.!: in .some time early in tnorriint;, saving "tliat he had snmei'iie jn the allev behind the Imperial Untel, and that he tliought il was .1 policeman" I1..U ll Leaked Out He Will Give Final De-, cision Next Wednesday David King is not yei municipally dead. There is every indication that he will he a much alive liguro in the coining civic contest. Like the Ko-man Cincinnatus wlio was called back from the farm at the popular wish to assun.v the duties of tribune of the people, so ha.-. David received his call. He will come fortli iron, his rural retreats if, afler considering the matter, lie decides that the city needs his services, and will make a delinite statement on W.'ilnesday next 'I'liis was what the Herald was led lo infer from an mleiview with tlie ex-the ' alderman this morning. King shot says thai he i.. rec;'iving ^ large iiiim-her of reqiiesis irom ratepuyeis asking liim to be .1 raiiriidaLe for the mayoralty. I'l..': los records wliile in the council, Mi. King lias slujwn himself to be .1 ',^;hling force with According to the .statcmcnl made lo tho ll'ciald tills morning by Lewis Aloore, secretary of the Lethbridge Local of the L .M.W. of A., the wel-; come wliistle of the mines here calling the men to work should be heard, (or the lirst time, since March 31 last, on Friday moriiiiig. There is still some doubt a.s to the exact date,, _ on which the striking miners will re-| turn to work, hut in all Prohability ' lnj.g,orets DefMl: of Ri Kr.dav will he the day agreed upon : interprets L^CreaC Or t\"ntry. There was an insufflc- know.i', it IS given out on good au- '7' knowledge of far oft countries fi ^^Ith winch ihty had to deal, thorny that the result is. even more a,,,^,.,,,,^, j,,, unauiiuous tliai, in the Leilibridge i,,.^^ ^^f^..^, ,t.;e,,p,ed to local. Mr. (iarner is Ijusy today .(aug ^^y public place In po'lltlcs. he taking the vote at. Tuber, and there had travelled twice around the world, too, il is expected tiial liie result Lord Robi-rts said that was a very will be favorable. good laxamp'.e for all our ministers. An Ominous liuinor iCheers.) If they would travel round �I'here was a rutuor on the street �0'->'l "'^s '^^'''al" they would lirs morning, uhicl, cannot be con- �f ^'"^ mistakes now Canal street, extended lo a point'75 feet south ot Fifteenth street thence to a point 100 (cet east of H�l-, stead St. made about foreign possessions, and would takv more interest and deal more coirocily with theiu. .Mtliougli the police luid worked for, , ... a long :in�- on the murder, mithing | 'f J'^"^';;^^;^J';^^ came to light until a conversation iieUu'en Mrs I'.ljerl and anollier woman was cuerheard and repeated to the Moutiteil I'olice, with tlie result Cialgnry, Nov, 1,-,.-The Hank of Al-,,,.,,,,,,, ,, H, c, , 1- u "'-|l>erta will be the next cbm-Jered bank stiiieted to do so, taking the nroiind in Canada. 1liat the question Involved is purely ' legal nnd not diplomatic that in a cil\ i:.o\ing as Lethbridge is. liiere is .ilisolule need of one authority to b.n.ille the civic tinancial and legal (|Uest h.n.-;. Would Merge Offices the guard r.iom on Oct 22, charged | ' '�''^Pi''"'-''''! ''i-^ i''''^ t" the ller- ! aid that the IumiIhus of tlie city solicitor ami i.'ji- citv secrelarv-lrca- llial l-.'ben and .Jasliic were lodged in ml .isjioct. I way iii its pres- ' men by tor twenty-eight below in man. pros- with the criini C. K Steve, iiow of Cralilirook, but (onuerly clerk in tlie Imperial luitcl al l-'iank, was the lirst witness call-Negotiations aif! under !eil liy the prosec\il imi. 1 .V told of local fiiiaiicinl and business I 11,,. Cbmese eonk rusiiing in to the the orsanizatioii of ii new I i,,t,.i s,iyiiig thai a man had been jfiiiind dead al the rear of I lie 11 bunk to Ite known na the Bank of Alberta with heacbniarters in Calgarv. , ,, , , ,. , . , . For that purpose iMmeeliiig will be i '' "''V """'"''l -Sergeant held on Tbursdav ovening. A prom-! "'" '�'''"f^'' "'' l''^' '� ' " '' ' ' there at iiieiit eastvrii bank iiiilhority is In tbe city at present eonrorring wjth tlie Albor'a capitalists. Tho liank is io have its liead olllce in Calgniv willi branohfis in Kdmontnn, L\it hbridse and Medicine Hat, and win bo financed chiefly with Alberta capital. Moiinied I'liLce detaehiiient tiiui, .111(1 iii. tlie .'-iergeaiit's arrival Ihe liiidv bail bi'eii immediately 're- BASSANO TO HAVE A STREET RAILWAY Hrandon. Nov. 15.- I'luit the eiit inoii'.'.li is muking to hiisuU the '] roi'd for ."^lovember is apparent in the i fact that the thormomtiier ni the e.v-1 pevimcntal farm rogisle.vd desreps below zero last night. The o.vced'tton-i ill cold dip apparently established a record for there aw none of the old timers around this moniinp who can reinombcrr 2S below at thiB date in recent years. Tills morning was very calm and mnny early risers did not think it much cold-or'than usmil, until Tx,vuy umi m ,o i ,,,,,, i,.,,, ...(.t from the they found ears and uose nipped with iti,.ough the main stivols of the 1'""''�""'^ frosL Contract Let For Line In Town of Less Than Six Hundred Population- Banklna on Future llasBiiiio, Nov. M.- '" arrive tomnirow evening. It aiices e.\|^l, s.n-. that the citv cniiii-cil oiiiflii In r>i-riite the connccliniis, .iml charge tiie same to owners;, wlieir ili.- Inlaw is tint earned out ll IS well that there sliould he eniiipel ilnrs inr the mayoralty, so as to givi. tbe r,Ui>pa>ers a cliaiice of .select Kui of wlmin tliey consider best. Brandon Branch of the evening. It | C. P. R. city direct nted. aii'l tliiu death was inslantane-ous. The bndv had apparently been ' dead lot ;ii'out se'en liours when he '* had (\aminr � : : ^ 4, .J, ASK FOR NEUTRALITY ? -  .\mo.\, Clii'in, .Nov. 15.--The : Ri>piibiicfin.-i Avho look formal ? possession of the cify yesterday Xo per.snn will be allowed lo lake ninie than ene or two inns, as the city wishes t, supply ,,s main as possible l, tide over the sdurtage un-t'l llie suppls of (Jalt coal is once more on the market. two wore derailed. A sleeper containing five oassengei-B was thrown on its side, one of llw? passongors receiving a hrol5on iiobc, whJIo another has bewral Vracturud ribs. Thrlnun le.oullB. Tlio truin Iriiert al \Vtiinir.'''g a't two o'eloe'c this i \'lonna, Nov. IB.-Word from l^m-berg says that Hanry Sienklowlez, author of "Quo Vadls," was shot wUIIa hunting pheasants yeat�rduy. Th� shooting was done by hit companion who aimed at a pheBsant, Same of 'the shot lodged In the novelist's forehead near tho .'ift ear and hia knen was also Injured. He was taken to a hoBpK&l in WnT.iaw. Oscar Mamm�r8teln has just siic-ccssfully presented "Quo Vadls" at his new Ijondon op�ra house. POST OFFICE EMPLOYEE IS GUILTY OF MURDER morning nine hours late, . Toronto, Nov. I5.~j. .Joseph Jess-'-- ha\o IssiM^l an address to tho X "'mno, a fo.-mer employee of the Tor-i EAST 8IMC0E LIBERALS �ho had an old grudge against his last teu years announced Uis v�t\ie-X victim, shot Lough�cd down on th-'inient for biislnoss veaaons. Th\3 can-: Mieet wiibout warning. Tho defence jdidsto chosen was Dr. .lames A. ilar-Jfr. IwiVft l.BS,pio,lty, . ^^l/ey. . > ^i FROZEN NOSES at the peo Winnipeg, Nov. IB.-It was niwe-teeii below last night and trozen noses are common on the street today. Railways are having dimculty In opfiriiilng. Suddenly contracted by the infdnse cold, telegraph wires av� dowu all over the country. PROMINENT VOUNG LAWYER , Ottawa, Nov. 15.-Tbe LiberaU of Kast Ottawa have nominated Louis J. Kahoe, burrlstor, to contest the seat for the Ontario legis-lalure. D. "J. McDotisall, M.P.P., i-etlrc* from Uai polKicttl field. .......t ,.i .....^-------- . ' �i ;