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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge, Alberta. Monday, ember IStli CENTS SUPREME COURT OF VIRGINIA REFUSES MOTION FOR A NEW TRIAL Alleged to Have Helped Lawye Crowe Get Away With Little Boy DENIES. CHARGE Spokane Man Caught at Cran- brook will be Returned to the City Because the Spokane courts award- ed the custody of the young son of Mr. and to'the mother, Dejitoji jr. Crowe, prominent Spo- kane barrister, is being held at Cran- (brook today charged with kidnapping, and William Lamb, probation spent an hour, behind the bars at the local police station this morning, gi ing the police one of the most 1m- portant cases they have had to (lea .with during the whole year. "Billy" Lamb was arrested this morning immediately, on his arrival in the city from consigned to cell at the police station. He was arrested on a warrant to apprehend which reads: "That William Lamb did on the 10th day of November un- lawfully abet, counsel 'and procure, Rev. Joseph Woodsworth Leaving The congregation of Weitmini-tcr Methodllt church were T. P. Perry, president of the conference, chairman a genuine surprise the district, attended a meeting when it was announced that ..the cpngregatlon lie! night, new pastor, Rev. Joseph announced the decision of the .authorities of the church While worth, is to" be removed almost Mr. Woodsworth Is being appointed'by the church to the prlnclpalshlp of the Indian Institute at Red Deer, and succeeds Rev. Dr. Barner, who becomes a provincial superintendent -of missions with Rev. T. C. Buchanan. Mr. selection is a compliment' to ;his ability "and the people of Westminster, was much regret expressed a resolution wa, passed releasing Mr. Woodvvorth, coupled with an expression of regret at his going, and of good wishes for his future work. Another meeting of the congregation will be held tonight which Mr. Perry will attend, when ways and means will be ed, and the future icqpe of the work taken under advisement so indeed, all his friends in the will wish him the greatest of to Mr Woodsworth. II Tlir I II nm iin-rnni St. Augustin's Church Has Sol Land Opposite Queen Victoria Park ff CHEWED A DYNAMITE CAP one Denton .51. Crowe, to unlawfully kidnap one Garnett. Luke for. depor- tation out of Canada, and at the same time did cause to he imprisoned for that purpose the said Garnett Luke." There is divorce history mixed up in Me present case and before it is end- ed it is likely to result in interna- tional interference. Crowe claim that he was within. his rights i claiming the young Luke .boy. Th immigration authorities clainv tha he was acting contrary to the intei national immigration 'law in seekin the boy's entry into til States 'from, On .Saturday" Denton M.- 0 Spokane, arrived in the city and 'rcg yistercd at the'Alexandra hotel. No one "knew business: He came for taking iifelf-Mfith-lliin Garnett-Luke, twelve year, did son ot A- Luke, C.P.H. 'switchman in.- the C'.I'.R. yards here. About a'ycar ago, so far as can lie learned; Mrs. A. Luke, of Spokane, instituted divorce proceedings against husband. The case was not Luke left Spokane, com- ing to Lethbridge, where he has lived since, and where his son went to school. In the meantime the Spokane courts considered the case and not long since'awarded Mrs. Luke a di- vorce and Hie custody of her son. So on Saturday, Mrs. Luke's law- Fort William, Nov. Willie Nqakes, aged 10 years, son of Wm. Noafces, a local painter, was killed-Instantly at Franklin school this morn- ing by the explosion of a dymi- mite cap, which.he had been chewing. The youngster's. face !was practically shatter- ed to pieces. The .accident happened In the presence of a teacher ami fifty pupils, who were just about to retire for the upon day meal. TIME-EXPIRED MILITIAMEN TO BE FORMED INTO RIFLE CLUBS Ottawa, It is prob- ROLE BILL 10 i Amicable Patch Up of Trouble Affected and Government Wins Out London, Nov. amicable ar- rangement of the Home Rule quarrel in .the House of Commons was brought about today, when the dis- pute aii to the government's method of procedure, which led to such disor- der last 'week, was settled The government announced thu> af ternoon, its intention of reaching the end it desired by a more roundabout neans, and the Unionists having nade good their demand fo, the ob e'rvatlon of precedent, raised no ob Another real estate deal, which re the'Increasing interest beint aken by outside investors In Loth biidge, has "just been concluded bj Vilkle Kerr, of this city, wherebj lie valuable propertj owned by the Parish of St. Augustln's Church, com rising ten acres facing on Wostmin ter road, immediately south of the leunder Addition, and across from Queen Victoria Park, has been sol to Winnipeg, parties This propel tj Is admirably located and is the closest In undivided tract of Its size m-fhe city, and it is under- stood that it will be sub-divided, streets graded, sidewalks laid and of- fered as a high class subdivision. .The property was under option to one of the British manufacturers who visited this city during the past sum- mer but owing to the option having Richmond, Va., Nov. new -rial was today refused Floyd Allen and his son, Claude Swanson Allen, ly the supreme! court of .Virginia. The men are condemned to die in 1m electric chair next'Friday i for the nurder of officials of the Carrol ounty court .at' Hillsville, March M t is not believed the governor wil iterfcrc. MINE OWNERS CONCEDE WAGES WAS NOTED FINANCIER .Montreal, Nov. 17.-0ue of the most romlnent of the French Canadian eading financial, industrial and com. nercial men passed away on Saturday i the person of Hon. J. D: Roland, resident of the Bank of Hocheloga nd president of the Roland Paper South Porcupine, Ont., Nov. Pearl Lake, Porcu-' pine Lake. Schuuiaker, and Three Nations mines have ac- cede to tho union's "wage scale and will start work. It is likely that all the other mines will fight it out. The settlement at these four mines while claimed by the union to be a fair indication of the ulti- niate result of the strike, i looked upon otherwise by'the mine manager's association. Dome and Hollinger still retain some men and are endeavoring to keep their mills in opera- tion. San Francisco Officer Appar- ently Pulled Off a Very Clever Trick ACROSS LINE Prisoner Released Here Was Taken Away on Remark- able Surprise Jaunt expired, it has now been secured bv the present purchasers Asqtiith attributed blc that Canada, in the near future yer arrived in the city, and it is claimed, brougiil with him papers for the custody of Garnett Luke. Me .worked quietly while here, and in the found his charge, and 6n fifternooi Saturday night quietly spirited him awav. In the meantime Luke notic- have a practical reserve force. There is a plan before the militia and defense department to- give each ex1- isting regiment a second battalion to he known as a reserve battalion. cctions. Premier hange of mind "partly to repugnance t a possible re-currence of disorder nd partly to a desire not'to ignore he appeal "of tlie ohajr. The House of Commons, then lotion of the Premier, negatived "its riginal financial resolution, the am- ndment of which by Sir Frederick anbury In committee, led to the trou- ble. Another resolution will be sub milled for it. The net result of the squabble will be to delay the progress of the Home Rule bill for ten days. Goes To Jail For Two Years "Scotty" Murray Sentenced for Killing Indians Cattle Hotel Thief Sentenced Douglas Was Not Held Re- sponsible for the Peculations of His Clerk Two years imprisonment at hard la- bor in the Edmonton penitentiary his) nas the sentence given John (Scotty) llurrajvtc-day, by Judge Winter, f'01 Killing cattl-a belonging to Blood In- dians. Cecil. Bradley, for having assisted Murray, was over on his own good- behavior for one year, in two sureties, himself in 5250 .and D Whitney for ?250. Six Months for Theft sentenced Fred Williams was six months at hard labor in the jail for stealing articles from the Arling- ton and Dallas Hotels. Macleod, Nov. deliberat- ing for half an hour, during which they went over the many documents In the case, the jury arrived at a verdict in favor of the defendant, Douglas, and His Lordship dismissed the case against him. Bank managers will probably heave i sigh of relief, for had the verdict ;one the other way, each one .woul n a measure constitute himself tli usurer to his bank for his start Packed courts, testified to the inte-res taken in the proceedings in its fine stages, local bank managers and men bora of the different staffs being pro minent in the crowd....... Mr. Nolan Continues address to "the'1'jury when court assembled, ,Mr. Nolan re- ferred to, the Bingham had :sem out. -He pointed out that there HE MET A Minneapolis, -Minn.; Nov. IS.: a fa-raier from near Heglna, Canada, came to -Minneapolis on Sat- urday, on his way to Sweden. He met a men retired for the night at 827 Washington avenue. Whea Lindberg got up on Sunday his savings, 5400, were missing. The money was all In Cnnad- ian ?5 00 bills t. Jack mack, alias Harry dine, torious burglar, pickpocket and jail breaker, is b.ic't across the imaginary, line today, speeding as the' trains can carrv -him toward a jail' sentence at San Francisco, safe m the toils of a San Fiancisco detective and thereby hangs a tale. Hlack was kidnapped, or practically, so. Some timp ago it became noised abroad that he would neier go back lo serve out his, 25-year sentence in the San Quienten penitentiary, be-1 cause jail breaking was not as ex- tradictable ollcnce, and it looked as f this notorious criminal were to be allowed" to'go scot free. Tlie peculiar part of the story is hat the immigration authorities here ould do nothing to get the man hack was no evidence' that the drafts-were made out by Bingham himself, and. consequently, there was nothing to arouse'the manager's curiosity as Ihey had appearance of legiti-i macy. In the matter of cash books, the presence of Hingham's initials was not'sufficient to show that Doug- BIG COMBINSTER DECRIES PRO ,POSAL TO DISESTABLISH CHURCH IN WALES These new battalions may possibly bo arranged as which event the members would draw the stipu- lated amount of ammunition and the result of the whole scheme: would be little or no cost to the country. Each, ed tlmt his son old not come home at man would have his name enrolle the usual hour, and made enquiries at and this would be kept in case o the police station. Chief Davis had trouble, when they would be caile Bad inklings of doing the colors.- It is-also under con iier m. the day, but bad had no right I sideration to have affiliated with eac to interfere. However, Luke swore j regiment, a cadet corps made up o out intonations in the case, with companies attached'to.various scnio me result that Crowe and the .boy i regiments. An appropriation will V- were arrested by. the Cranbrook po-'asked for by Col.' Hon. Sam Hughes iicc .yesterday morning .just as they I minister of militia .and defense to were to continue the last lap of- theiri construction of drill balls for the Uni versitics of McGIll and (Continued from page Iqurncy to Spokane. After their arrcs.t the. chiet of po lice ,il Cranbrook called Chief Davis over (he long distance telephone, told him of the arrest and slated that Crowe claimed the. right to proceed, on his journey, that he had papers for the custody of the hoy, and that I Probation Ollicer- Lamb had helped him to get the hoy, even going so far as Kipp witii him on his journey, when Luke, senior, heard of this, I Toronto. latter, was arrested this moruinc; charged with abetting Crowe in kid- napping tlie bov. BRIDGE GANG BROUGHT TO ED MONTON WER NOT TO WORK Belgrade, Nov. Turk- ish fortress of Monastlr surrend- ered this afternoon to the Servian troops. Fifty thousand Turkish soldiers and three generals laid down their arms. Costing Tremendous Sacrifice London, Nov. siege of Ad- rianople has cost Bulgaria enormous sacrifices, according to a special des- patch from Sofia. It appears that the I tinues, hut the direction of the wind fighting which followed last Sunday's prevents the roar of the cannon being ecrtie by the Turkish garricon was of London, Xov. Max Aitken vho visited his constituents on Sat- urday, treated thcni to a racy speech regarding the recent episodes in par- liament and characterizing the prem- ier's manoeuvres as horrible. He asked why the Liberals were not earning their parliamentary salaries and now they came winning about 'snap" divisions. "If they have any doubt about Brit- ish he said, "let .them sub- mit the bill to the country. The proposal to despoil the clnirch in Wales is simply wicked. I am a a most sanguinary character. Several thousands of the soldiers of the armies 'were killed or wounded. Ominous Sound of Battle Constantinople, Nov. was audible ihis moraine, from the di- rection of the Tchatalja lines, it is thought probable, however, that the great battle begun yesterday heard. Detachments of bluejackets marines were landed from the aud war- ships of the international squadron early today. They occupied tile for- eign embassies, consulates and post offices, the banks, the hospitals ami the schools of their respective col onies. (Continued on page cross the line, much as they would lave liked to do so. They looked m- -o his past history and found that flack was a naturalised Canadian, so hat deportation proceedings could ot be instituted However, jcstertlay Michael V. ur.ke of the San Francisco police rrived in the His visit was ell timed. Ulack's term it the pio- ncial jail expired, and immediately on the deten- took him in tow, said nothing to an) body, bought a pall 01 tickets to Francisco, and it was all oil with Burke. Needless to saj, the nu- n'lgration officers at the point of en- try offered no objection to Ulack's entn into the United States On Ills arrnal in San Francisco mack will bale to 'stand trial on the charge of jail-breaking, and tlnj, sentence uill bc'-added- to the 25 jrar sentence, jt which lie-has sencd oulj a couple o' months. Presbyterian, but those, of us having a sense of religious responsibility EXCEEDED SPEED LIMIT WITH AUTO AND WAS F.INED Edmonton, Alta., Nov. man w. 13. Douglas, some times acting mayor, also ardent- advocate of law and order, as prescribed l-y the laws of the city, province and Montreal, Nov. Duke onnaught formally opened the float ig ship dock which bears his name of basin in which llio dock is shclterc nd which is now ired for her, at oon today. in the basin pre- llaissonneuve, at Tllc Minister of .Marino and Fisher- Edmonton, Nov. 18. Twenty-six I1 H is' alleged 'in this connection that n Crowe found the probation officer lirld.t'c Ion. J. D. Hazeu, was'with his Koyal Highness and members of the vice-regal stall. The president of the harbor commis- sion presented an address to the Duke behalf of the board and after the hunted up the wanted son If is Lanallla" Iaclflc high lev el Claimed ihat I e s gc" nt prevcn d Saf the hoy from to hta horn? I en r uscTto takct, !h and that he accompanied Crowe to thr depot, as far as Kipp ,vith Wben arrested. Mr. Lamb stated te te rtk w hat he had told Crowe that he would f to them I c and the silo of thirty acres sllrrdunc inging -it have been donated -by Ca adlaus. On this site will be ted a ship building plant capable launching three ocean ships simultan eously which will add to tho power an glory of Canada in her dcslro to shar the responsibilities of the mighty on pire to which she proudly belongs." The Duke's Reply To. this His Ho.val Highness replied 111 part: "By the arrival and installa .vroiig which he might ivas done in ignorance of (acts. Cbipf Davis slates that on .Saturday when the probation officer mentioned the matter 10 him ivith the matter to (rouble. (Continued on page KILLED A STREET CAR Udmonton. Nov. Uckcrs Lamb to have nothing .iRi'd 7, was instantly killed by a city would pet in-j street car this mornins, al the eorner of Otln'iva mill Jnsjwr iivcnuoH, as he I was'ou his wny to school Messrs. (Jeoffrion and Ballantyne. Tho address said in part: "Tho dock.built at Barroiv-on-Fiiniess, England, for Canadian Vickcrs, Limited, and suc- cessfully towed acrosH the Atlan-tJe ocean, is consecrated by the gracious dedlcallon of your Hnynl Highness lo Iho progress and protection of Can- adian triido iritli all iintlons. The 1 FIRE IN TORONTO Toronto, Nov. from unknown causes this morning did J4.000 damage to buildings and SfiO.OOO to stock or Wilson -Sperling Goods house on YOURC street, and to Bcdoll's furniture store nest door. The dainnge IK well cov- ered by irsuranci'. The com- panies offi'Clcd are ihc Guard- ian Union, llcure, Phoenix of London, A'l.'is, Itoyal, and Lancashire and Scottish Union. realize that the churches must -coin- line. They cannot quarrel in the name of Christ. Those who do not os sit in the bouse of commons cannot realize the fearful tvranny which we PTllT.l.. J Dominion, was hungry and ifl a hurry. Two traffic policemen, employed the municipality to hold stop watch- fiends, told the judge of the municipal court yesterday thatl tlie alderman had set a new record in covering the distance between Firsfl and Eighth streets, in Jasper 'Ave., where tile automobile squad had fixed a trap. The cadi frowned on hearing the alderman's reason lor burning up the pavement. He placed the fine at and costs. Ucforc pronouncing sentence Inspec- tor Worslcy sharply reprimanded the alderman for violating, the traffic law, prohibiting a speed greater than 15 London, N-ov. is.-riie Times dis- niles an hour, saying that he should at your great floating dock with of Ihc em- know the as lie, supported Alder- which 1 am very gratified to be assoo- U l.itcd bj granting the; use of my name, Conservatives arc entirely with the a light dawned upon Mr Douglas His hiurhsh in supporting Premier Hor- companion in the automobile "was dt-ns naval policy. Hon. T. none other than Alderman Mai- nlines speech went further, contin-i Now, it would never do lo hale lies Ihi! limes. "It, Was frank fai- Alderman Mm into court on tile swiiiK declaration of Canadian aims charge of spce'dine He had trimi-d tho great reproach against the St. Lawrence route has been removed and n complete modern i Hunt for repair and examination. ists." "Tlie vital necessity of such an equipment has been most unfortunate- y demonstraated on more than one oc- asiou during.the past season and the bscncq of 2. proper, dock has so much iscouraged a certain amount of traf- court las that 'the speed exceeded llio legal limit, be added, "Alderman Douglas said he wanted to get home as he was hungry." Alderman Doug- las adnviltcd as much, saying also stood that the government will object and, comequentlv the will likely go over. c and has even influenced the- un- erwrllcrs unfavorably towards our real national waterway. I trust that ils day may signalize a change in icse respects and that a strong im- etus may be given to th.e Industry of irrylng Canadian products from Can- linn ports through Canadian waters. That this trade should bo carried in Canadian built ships coulil not bo ex- pected for Urn present, but 1 hope lh.lt within our IIMIro'o the Hag of the Can- adlan morcantll-) marina may be seen flying over ocean going steamers and not hearing the e, which have been constructed In Ci adian yards." WANTS POSTPONENMENT Ottawa, Nov. IS.-When the culll- Panics comes before the supreme "lat lw owned the car. Afterward he 'caded guilty to the charge of spccd- thc face of Alderman or bU postpone the bearing with the view earng w the view lc ace o t, erman 01 .reconstructing 'the questions sub- 'Douglas said, "it looks like a fvame- mi su in the reference. It is under casa KILLED Varmonth, A TRAIN Nov. Oownn was killed lam. night at Area- din by ;i Halifax and Southwestern en- Itlne. Tho old being but I don't want to believe I've not, been 'jipped' by my colleague in the council. I commend the traffic offic- ers for doing their duty. However. I'm not sure that we exceeded the .speed limit. I gness I'll just look around a little ;im! await develop- ments. don'l. mind the fine of but (o think that I slopped my car to lake (m Alderman .May and th.it he appear in the role of a wit- .1, l .iljumu ill'JlriH M] MIC IOU' OI a Wit- nhon bu .was mruck is not ;