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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. i. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERT A, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, (Ml. NO. VON BUELOW THE As a Result the Chan- cellor Will Remain In Office Berlin, Nov. .'Interview be- tween Chancellor Von liojilow and. Emperor William held at the new palace in Potsdam this morning, re- sulted In a- satisfactory understand- in jr. H is jjseised his complete confidence in .lha.-Ohancellor and 'th'fi Chancellor will remain in office. Furthermore, the Emperor as- sented to the proposals made by the prince concerning the future conduct of KiLie affairs. The result is believ- ed to have ameliorated the serious troubles. This meeting, which was watched by the entire German peoplefwith pro- found is air outcoi'ie of the with an published in .the London Daily Telegraph on OctoSev; 28 in which the with a frank statement of the world policy OL the German Empire also with being to Britain. The publication was followed by a furious outbreak, in against His Majesty.- He criti- cized in the press and in the lleichstag his as- suniptiou oT. for un- if iir th e aff ai rs of the _ Prin? Von Uueiow to these criticisn.vin the and saic that the Emperor ,Ja ,fsilws Avould re frain irpia a unpopu lar courjA. Ihc meeting the to His Majestj the temper 01 people on this matter, iht- Chancellor remained in c: >-A: how .the Emperor accepted L; Kis from Potsdam, Chaiicellor Voit Kuelow sasv the members of tSs.Russian min- istry in com- 'niunicated to. them of his audience, with tlie The Count Von StU ed conference" immediately iitiA-v ministry. Details of audience were ENTITLED TO THE TITLE London, Nov. Committee on Privileges, of the House of. Lords, oduy declared .the -right of Albert Kerby Fairfax; a native of Virginia, described as the only American bear- ng an English title to the rank of Lord Fairfax: of the Scottish peerage. This, decision does not give Lord Fairfax a seat in the Souse of Lords. Only a limited num- ber of Scottish peers elected by the .ords to sit in the House. PEEKING AT FRANCE Nov. morning paper stated that the French Government is alarmed at the increasing number of balloons manned by German offi- cers which have been making descent in France lately and has been mak- ing diplomatic representations to Berlin on this subject. CALGARY MAN OFFERED JOB The City Council Have Appointed a Police Magistrate OF SANE MIND Montreal, Nov. Dillon, alias James Smith, book agent ac- cused of murder of Constable. O'Shea, and of wounding Chief. Carpenter and Constable Foucault last April, was declared sane by a jury in the court of King'-s bench today. DESERTER DESERTS Kingston, Nov. 16.--Gunner Pique, a deserter from the R. C. H. A., was sentenced to six months hard labor but today broke jail" and eluded the mounted poVee. GERMANY PUT UP MONEY SUING THE UNIONS Action for Huvy Damages Taken by Wirwiptf Concern Winnipeg, Man., Nov. was filed this, morning for damages and resultant costs by the Vulcan Iron Works of this city against the union .winch ordered a strike in their plant in March, 1906, and a perpetual injunction was ap- plied for against picketing the Vul- can plant and interim injunction was granted. There are ninety one de- fendants in suit. Among them are the Internaiiona'i Brotherhood of Ma- chinists, all local iron workers' unions and some eighty individuals. Sensational Murder Case At Payntort, Sask. To Suppress An Interview In American Pub- lications jchstag, tuV- Chancellor the Potsdam iu to the leading members of the federal coun- cil by the ministers of the Interior Bethman Holbvsgjr, _._Qri- rsovember 13, a Berlin despatch said tin-. Chan- cellor of the Empire forth New York, Nov. Berlin de- spatch to the Times says that the Die Welt Am Mohtag, a weekly jour- nal; professes to have received abso- lutely reliable information from America that the aum of was paid by the German Government for the of the Kaiser's, jnter- yie'w" in the "Century-magazine! .It is stated in the German paper that the negotiations for this object, were car- ried on-directly between the German foreign bffice and the writer of the in- terview. When the.Berlin despatch was made known to William Weels- worth, secretary of the Century com- pany last night he declined to dis- Hugh A. J. McDougall of Calgary, and in his younger days, before his health broke down, one of the most prominent lawyers of the Territories, has been appointed police magistrate tor the city at a salary of Mr. McDougall was highly recom- mended by C. F. P. Conybeare and Jas. iluir, C., of Calgary, and Aid. Ives said that he believed a man of his experience and ability would make a splendid magistrate. Magistrate Humphries also had' an application, in. As to previous work as Magistrate, he cited the facts that while in. that position he had tried about thirteen hundred cases and had. had only three appeals against his decisions, two of these having been decided his way. He ottered to as- sume the duties for a month. Aid. Ives pointed out that to hold the position a man must have been a practicing lawyer for at least three years ano? as the powers are almost as great as those of a District Judge ho ought to a practical, profes- sional experience at law. With re- gard to the application he moved: That the application of A. E. Hum- phries for police magistrate be receiv cd and that Jfr. Humphries be advis- ed of the council's appreciation of his services but that in its opinion the time has come when the needs of the city require the services of a po- lice magistrate and his added jurisdic tion and that 'as Mr. Humphries can- not qualify under the Ordinance the Council is unable to consider his ap- lication.- TO PUNISH PARTIES Winnipeg, only possible steps tjiat the Manitoba Government will; reference o the recent opilc: oil explosion which caused deaths lately, lave been taken by Attorney General ampboll, when he despatched a tel- 'gram this morning to the Minister of Inland Revenue, offering assist- ance and co-operation in ascertaining v.ho the guilty parties are and Iiav- them punished. Until an answer s received from Ottawa, the contin- uance of the investigation by the provincial government is at a stand- still. to His Muj'.- following f-- the Em- peror's m matters of state. -..'_ (Continued on Back i-'ajj-p.) New York, Nov. H. Scott, president of the Century Pub- lishing Co., declared positively to- day that no money had been paid or was to be paid by the German Gov- ernment for suppression of an inter- view with the Kaiser which had been URGES BRYAN TO PREACH announced for publication 1 Century magazine. the Evangelist Says He Could Equa Apostle Paul Burlington, Kansas, Nov. Rev. French E. Oliver, who is holding a revival meeting here, has issuec an open letter to W. J. Bryan, urg ing the Nebraskan to become an evan gelist, and predicted that Mr. Bryan would become the equal of the apos tie Paul.-- "Twelve years writes Mr Oliver, "I wrote you a letter in which I stated my conviction that you should preach the Gospel, and added the statement that if you would con- secrate your wonderful talents to God REFORM ELEMENT NOT WORRYING Satisfied That Diynasty In China Is Friendly To Advanced ideas Penang, Straits Nov. Yu the head of the Chinese reform movement throughout the. world, Is_at present in Penang He was confined bed, however and-today he refused to see an in terviewer who sought his opinion on the present situation, in China "on the ground that he was prostrated with .grief over the death of the Ern peror. His secretary said today th a Kang Yu .Wei suspected foul play a the palace. He considers Prince Chun, the regent, a reasonable man not opposed to reforms. Will Strengthen Reform Movement London, Nov. The Pekin cor respondent of the Times, thinks tha the validictory decrees of the Em peror and Dowager Empress bot powerfully strengthen the movemen towards constitutional reform. A accounts agree that the satisfactory maintenance of order is due to Yaun SAYS THE DRUGGISTS ARE BREAKING LAW ATTACKED A MAN WHILE IN BED Winnipeg, ilan., Nov. >articulars of murder at Paynton, were received tonight. Last ight Frank Nadon was murdered here by Amede Treatreault. The slay- arrived in town with his wife a ouple of weeks ago from Bridgeport, vob., and erected a house which they ntendcd to reside in iu the future. Vudon had been in the employ of rrcatrcault for the past few weeks. Ic entered the premises about mid- light and rapping ou the door was told by Mrs. Treatreault that they lad retired and that ho could not come in. Nadon. demanded that the door be opened, which was done. After being Admitted he produced a butcher knife and went directly to the bed where Treatreault was lying, cutting hid across the fingers. Treatreault got out of bed and commenced throwing dishes at Nadon, causing several ser- ious injuries about the head and body. At last he got the knife which Nadoii had used on him and stabbed him above the heart, ilrs. Treat- reault called for Rfveral times, and AVm. Carricre and Augustine Roy who happened, io e -in the premises, appeared at thu house Medical uid was summoned tint, he never ivgai'vii consciousness nti'l tllo.l within a co i- ple of b'ung si ft I) bed. .Nadon and Treatreault. forruurly lived in the pro of (jutif.iv. The coroner's juiy empanelled to enquire into the death of Frank Na- at Taynton, Sask., early yester- day morning, brought in the verdict of wilful murder against Amede Treat reault of Bridgeport. The .story told by ;the witnesses, at ihe-ixqucsL differs materially from the story originally told. It seems that Treatreault was celebrating his arrival in Canada and in the celebrations whiskey played the most important part. When drink was furnished the inevitable free fight started. Treatreault, William Gav- ierre, and Augustine Roy threw; Na- doii from the house. Later Mrs. Treatreault admitted him and the fight was renewed with the fatal end- ing for Nadon. As a result of the inquest Treatreault, Cavierre, and CAGE DROPPED; SIX KILLED Pittrsburg, Pa., Nov. men were instantly killed, another dan- gerously injured and three others had narrow jjscapes a mine cage ac- cident at Elbworth mine, located in Washington county, late today. Be- cause of a break in the, machinery, the cage occupied by ten men, sev- eral of whom were mine officials, plunged from near the outlet to the bottom of ihe shaft a distance of 285 feet. R. 0. SENT FOR TRIAL Brandon, Man., Nov.. ing officer J. H. ingrain was sent up for trial at the next court of compe- tent jurisdiction this morning for changing the voters' list at Poll 3, in the city during the recent elec- tions. MURDERER SUICIDES Windsor, Ont., Nov. Linahan, who married a Windsor girl and murdered her in Detroit, committed suicide in Jackson, Mich., where he was serving a life sentence for his crime. LOST HIS LIFE Birmingham, Ala., Nov. Strieker was killed ou the Fair RUEF WANTS A CHANGE OF VENUE San Francisco Grafter Makes Application To Court San Francisco, Cal., Nov. When the bribery case of Abraham Ruef was called iu, Judge Lawlor's court today Attorney Dozier on Ruef's behalf asked that the jury be dismis- sed. This was denied as Dozier fil- ed an affidavit signed by Ruef asking for a change of venue to some court in another part of the State as the defendant was convinced that he could not obtain a fair trial in the court. Attorney Ache stated that if tlie motion for a change of venue was n 4 Grounds track this morning in his effort to lower the 24 hour automo- Jenied he would ask for a bile record. CHARGED WITH MURDER OF GIRL Winnipeg Man Under Arrest In Toronto Did He Drive Over Girl? Toronto, Out., Nov. E. Hallctt, single, aged 29 years, was arrested at his mother's home 429 Church St., at 11.30 tonight. The urrest was made at the order of the chief constable of Winnipeg, arid the wire named the charge as murder Thu charge arises out of the death of Miss 1'olson, of Winnipeg, two weeks ago. The girl was run over by a man driving a light wagon. Asked by the police if he wanted to say anything, Hallett said: "Yes I know about that. I was there and saw the girl. She never regained conscious- ness. I was not the man who ran her down." Later, however, he denied this, say- ing he knew nothing save from hear- Bookseller Makes a Complaint To the City A Garbage System The To Vote The, The council citM.Mbe egations last night. vote, to soil goouls build ojHira house collect uH dis- cussed with trie >-i? The first business cf council was that of tTiHf into a of del pointed out that the work, to mean a considerable outlay. to Officer DcVebcr thought Mr. Cock's :uwi: to offer .a good one. The matf.er was left for the Board" of Health to court oi rovisioji 'to 'plica- as an evangelist, the Bryan of the twentieth century, would equal the Paul of the first century, the cham- pion of the cause of Christ. "Personally your three defeats have been three sources of sorrow to me, as I have hoped to see you elected to the presidency. Who knows? Per- haps God has withheld the presiden- cy from you in order that you may become more to your country than I am finally convinced that one ambassador of Christ of your calibre is worth more to this nation than ten thousand presidents. 'This impression regarding your fitness for the great work named has been strong in my heart for twelve years, and I pray God that it may become a fire in your great soul." Chi Kai, who has displayed during the crisis statesmanship of a high order. He is a man known to have advocated the selection finally made for the Emperor's successor. The fact that Prince Chun will be for 12 vears the Emperor the Corres. cuss at a meeting on Wednesday. J. G. Robertson brought up that buglxrar of the aldermen's lives, the BILLIK MUST HANG Chicago, Nov. Billik, of the murder of five mem- bers of tho Vzeral family was sen- tenced by Judge Barnes today to -rr hang on December Ith. of early closing bylaw. He said that ,__._ tions to be placed Voters' list. T. D. Pbair as a Urtij-t. "X Duncan Harrison as a taxpayer r. pro- perty and J. 1 or, an in- come which hi: over per annura at ttic time Uw assessment were The point that Yiisrussion was that of allowing men to i-ay ns tax on inroi'nc -.hereby getting the right to "ir-t. S. W. Tuckwell and Is.r u- rr-idc their own TiiHttv? nf tr-st and were successful, the Council that if a man's up to cr over the mark at thy -iT im; ussess- ment, he has tlm rifrM to Mr. Tnckwcll said that he knew of a hun- dred men in the crrr: nnd if they could vote or, -ould see that their ?n. A5 it is half of them arc tlie tax. Tlie application of 0. C-seren- cou'rt on iho stimc not accepted ns he luid r.ut AjitrfcAtotf to make his stntcir.ent l.is in- come. E. J. Cook, Lcth bridge in o'Tw care o' the ;r thi residential pnrt of for i83 a month if a year signed. Tho rjbjcx'tcil to years' Mr. v7ook he had signed the petition for a bylaw on the belief that it would apply to all Rut it, I Billik and his frinmls for liberty which carried the case before the U. S. Supremo couit, has attracted wide ns not fair for rlruggists to "jc soU- ijr books, fo'jntam pens other uods foreign to their own line's while he regular dealers in these rocs o keep closed. If the conilifon 'of ,ffairs continued through December it roulrt mean a scvious loss to Mr. nge and himself. Aid. Ives: "Is this true you state in your letter about the drug- gists soiling books, pens, etc." Mr. Robertson, "Yes." Aid. Ives: "Jf I lay information to- morrow against these druggists for soiling these goods contrary to the council's order, will you give uCtiCc." Mr. Robertson: "Yes." Tho police win Ixj asked to investi- gate the charges and institute pro- ceedings if warrnntexJ. The rcenng of the council is against tho operation of the bylaw, especially when it seems impossible to prevent a man selling goods if he is allowed to his doors open. Gus Neidig appeared with regard to the addition he wishes to build to Oliver's Hall and after a somewhat hoatert argument with the Mayor, the matter was left to the engineer. attention. FIRED ON JUDGE IN THE COURT position of Yuan Chi .Kai and those whose influence is progressive, pro- vided he keeps independent of female influence. The News in Japan Tokio, Nov. announcement of the death at Pekin of both the Emperor and Dowager Empress caus- ed a heavy blow to fall on the stock market today but official views are optimistic. It is generally believed that the Emperor died after the Dow- ager Empress and some papers assign sinster _ causes for the Emperor's death. The Emperor cf Japan who is in attendance upon the naval review at Kobe -sent a message of sympathj from Tokio as also did the members of the cabinet. All tlie of Tc kio are at half mast. The leadinj Japanese officials undoubtedly an closely observing the situation in Pe kin. There is every indication tha the. Japs nre fully prepared for event ualitie.s in China in protecting thei interests shouM there be a repetition oe history, but H is believed in Ja pan she expects the advice nnd eo Loipsip, Nov. defeated liti- gant in the Supreme Civil Tribunal of Leipsig today drew a revolver and opened fire on Herr Maenner, the pre- siding judge, and court clerk. The clerk was shot dead and the judge dangerously wounded. The assassin> man named Grosser succeeded in firing ten shots before he was over- powered. Grosser was plaintiff in a suit concerning the validity of a will and the decision of Judge Maen- ner was in favor of the defence. As soon as Grosser heard the ruling he drew a revolver and began firing. BRYAN DEFEAT, COLD WINTER According to Jersey Weather Shar This Sign Never Fails arge, the jury having brought in a crdict to this effect. They will re- eive their preliminary hearing this at Lashburn, Sask. say. I wasn't out of the house SHUFFLE IN CABINET Winnipeg, Nov. general shuf- le in the "provincial cabinet, follow- ng the death of Hon. J. H. Agnew, eems imminent. The names of Hon. M. Daly, Mr. Hugh Armstrong, memivr for Portage, and Mr. G. Steele, are. mentioned. Another ru- mour says Premier Roblin will be- come treasurer himself, and that his wrtfolio will bo combined with some other of the present ministers, and that no I.CAV timbt-r will be taken in- o the cabinet. that he said. "The man was driving a dark grey horse, with a light wugon. Both horse and wagon were like mine from what I hear. I did not know the girl. I knew only two girls in Winnipeg. I left Toron- to in August and returned two days after the accident. My leaving the West had nothing to do with the ac- cident." ance of thirty days and if both mo- tions were denied he would ask for the dismissal of the jury on the ground that the members had been unduly influenced by Friday's epi- sode in court. Court adjourned un- til morning in order to give the pro- secution time to make counter affi- davits. When the court opened to- day there was a rush to enter, which was, however, restrained by the large police force detailed for the purpose and little confusion emsued. Euef was brought to court in the steel lined prison van escorted by a troop of mounted police. Jn an effort ty establish more clear- ly the motive of Morris Haas who shot Prosecutor Heney, the police have renewed their examination of Mrs. Marian Cohen, the neighbor to whom Haas confided his intention of killing the officer who had exposed his criminal record. Mrs. Cohen stated that Haas had several 'times threatened suicide and that take another life when he killed him- self. On one occasion he declared, she said, that he was going to til] his wife and their four children. Asked whether Haas ever said that anybody was encouraging or advising him to kill Mr. Heney, she replied: "No, not in the least." He had said in an offhand manner, however, "People say that they are sorry for me and they feel that he' ought to be fixed and all that. They don't say it i n plain words but ac- tions speak plainer than words. They mean if they were I they would take the law in their own hands." Early today Mr. Heney was resting easily. Daring the night he slumber- ed easily and his pulse, respiration and temperature were about normal. G. W. ROBINSON GETS INCREASE IN SALARY CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS Ottawa, Ont., Nov. civil service examinations are pro- gressing' in the principal cities of the Dominion today. The number of those who signified intention of writ- ing this year is about tho same as last year. Tho appointment to inside service is to be based on competitive examinations and thirty examina- tions are in progress this week, pre- liminary to the establishment of new order. City Council Has Decided To Give the Sec- retary-Treasurer Twenty-Five Hundred Dollars a Year A. P. McNAB MAY JOIN CABINET At the council meeting last night Aid. Ives moved that the finance com mittwi's report as published some days ago, be amended by changing the amount to be paid the sharehold- ers of the Ixsthbridge Electric Co. for the plant in debentures from 794 to an even and1 that the salary of the secretary-treasurer be increased to S2500 to take effect at the first of the year. Aid. Macbeth pointed out that the council had asked the company whe- ther they wanted cash or bonds for the whole thing and they had asked for bonds on the whole purchase. Aid. Hutton thought that was too much for the secretary-trea- n.s soon as you get a paid commis- sion and these are taken out it wLU then be too much. The responsibil- ity toaded on the office is a big one." Aid Macbeth enough. The though orders for Kingston, Nov. Rosen, pro- prietor of a ladies' tailoring estab- lishment, has cleared out with collected from leading merchants by bogus cheques. Montclair. Nov. Roarty.a fanner weather prognostica- tor, of Greenwood Lake, says this is sure to be a long, cold winter. "While in town the other night, he said: "I have always by the way, have, never known it to fail a defeat for William Jennings Bryan after a run for the Presidency, is always followed by a cold winter. I sometimes believe that the never Saskatoon, Sask.. Nov. cal rumors have been particularly rifr of late. A days apo, it was Archie McNab would retire from the city soat in favor of Hon. J. A. Calder and that W.C. Sutherland was slated for the Senate, his scat to be contested by J.A. Aikon of the Phoe- nix. Such rumors have very prrainwnit while it is felt th.r.t they may not be correct, it is the im- pression that some changes are im- minent. Today it is currently report- have not been signed by the purchas- ing agent although he may know of them. Aid. Ivcs said that there would doubtless be criticism of the increase as there had been from the man on the street on other increases given But the man on the street does not realize the amount of work done. Aid. Hutton said he had. no ob'sc- tion to the secretary-treasurer and be winning candidate himself suffers from the frost aarly in November about every four years. I've been watchin' this sign nigh onto twelve years now, and it seema to hold true yet." ed that McNab will take the portfol- io of Minister of Railways and Tele- phones. Mr. McNab smiles and says little. The report is unconfirmed so far. surer. Aid. Tves said that as long as the waterworks and electric light and purchasing agent's work is in the office it is not a cent too much. but it was a question of the amount of the salary. Aid. Ives suggested Aid. Macbeth run again so as to sec how people feel on tho matter. THEY MUST HEAVY FINE Orillia, Ont., Nov. Charles Sar-rington, proprietor of a hotel at Washago, was fined for supply-inrr nvu _ T_ ji __ 0 .iiixiiixu. jt HC JLZIUJitlS was drowned. Ottawa, Xov. The cabinet today decided not to interfere with the sentences on "Crooked-Neck" Smith and the Italian iiarned Nicoli, two Montreal mxirderers condemned to TAG DAY _____ Toronto, Nov. The temperance workers of Toronto will try to raise for a license reduction campaign. They may institute a Hav LAWLESS APPOINTED Toronto, Nov. 16. Thomas Lawless, this city, has been appointed Supreme tr_asurer and a member of the executive council of the independent order of Foresters to succeed the late Wormr 1 ;