Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
IV. AtMITTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER It, IMt NO. McGILL BOYS CHARGE THE POLICE With ReflortfogToBru- tal Treatment On Theatre Night BLAME THE TUNNEL Nov. river from above ville, blame the construction of the liver the New York Cen- tral railway tunnel for the. big fall off in their catches this It asserted that there lus been a-faliing off pi about 50 per cent. Fishermen believe the tunnel coast ruction pre- vented from coming up from Lake Erie uud Unit lake fishermen are reaping the_benefit at their expense. THE P.E.L VOTE IS EVEN SO FAR Montreal, Nov. at 8 o'clock last evening and continuing until 3. o'clock this morning: the ald- ermen on the police commission re- mained in session, listening first io strong evidence from HcGill btudents charging brutal treatment by police- men on theatre Oct. 29, and later to opposite versions of the af-1 fair given, by who were oh duty on the night in question. More than a dozen sttatents-were separate- ly examined v under oath. gave vivid accounts of being blugged and kicked by policemen in yjain clothes. All said.' they were assaulted without provocation. Three students swore that they had' been knocked uncon- scious or dazed by blows administer- ed to them. There were twenty- policemen on duty on East St. Catherine St. near the scene of the main row. Evidence showed that not any of these were in uniform. Policemen, who were" exam- ined all swore that .they had not us- ed their batons. Several storekeep- ers were called to testify that their windows had been' painted by stu- dents 011 theatre Bight, Dr. Ander- son swore that a theological student had his face disfigured for life as a result of usage he had received.' The student remained practically uncon- scious for several, hours after the row and owing to his condition has been unable to resume his studies since. Blanchard, another student, had his cheek cut to the bone. PRAXES LEMlEUX ACT "Toronto, Nov. to faith in its utility by his'experience of its operation as chairman of sev- eral conciliatory boards, Professor in addressing the University Club last night, said he regarded the 'machinery of the Lenneux act ag be- ing the bePt legislative effort aiade with the Object industrial of preserving One Report Says the Liberals Are In the Lead DEPOSED MINISTER Kingston, Ont., Bish- op of Ontario Rev. tmini formally deposed J. H. Nimino, from the ministry of tha Church of England for contracting a second marriage in New York State, while his wife wijg living, divorce. He had a North Dakota CPJl AGENT; WAS FINED Charlottetown, F.E.I., Election returns so received up, to a lato hour tonight give each party fifteen seats. Halifax, N. Nov. the Conservatives one' doubtful seat, that for councillor in.the first district of Queens, the Uozzard, the Liberal government of Prince Edward Island has been returned- by -a narrow major ity of two, the standing of the par- ties being; 16 to 14. None of the roajQvifcios arc-narrow enough .to be affected by special votes. Following pro .the members, ejected: Atfnew, Gallant, Richards; iTcWil- McMillan, Pal- -Qummisky, llttzzord, Irving, Hughes, Alberton, Mcfnnes.-iTac-' donaid, total sixteen; Conservatives, Arsenault, Dclaney, James Kennedy, McTill. Murdock Kennedy, Matheson, A. McDonald. Corrison J. McDonald, total, fourteen DTE >o rr the i VQTf FOR WOMEN Mc'lbburae, Nov. The Council has passed! the bill empower- ing women to vote at State elections. This bill been previously rejected vveral 4t 4t times. The of Austral- ia have now won the right of suffrage in both Common- 4 wealth and ;6tate elections. XTOV. U. S. Is Now Basis erf Agitation in Mique 'Ion. St. Johns, Nf Id.; Aug. The agi tation in Si. Pierre, Miquelon, ove fKo 11 eeri It is reported that Prince Ching, president of the Board of Foreign-Affairs has physical col- apse on account of his exertions and the excitement of the past few days. His political'_. position is precarious and it is believed that his career is practically at an end. Fourteen banks that sus- payment a few days ago were today re-opened and began, to pay out money from funds supplied by the Government for tiding over the panic. Amoy, China, Nov. death Toronto, Ont., Nov. Swiixla was found guilty of the mur der of Olak Louitek at Bramplon to day, with.a recommendation to met cy. He'Was sentenced to hang Feb ruarv -llth.- PROF. BAIN DEAD Toronto, Nov. A. R. Bain, registrar of Victoria College, died today, 69. LOOKS GOOD FOR CARDSTON Cfarston, Nov. it. Barton' of New York, a mining engineer and ed to fix the outline of a tubercu- lar abscess, and, being left in the ca- vity, proved a heaiing agent. Dr. Beck told his discovery to Drs. John Ridlon raid Wallace Blancbard, at the Home for Destitute Crippled Children and in a five weeks' trial 20 out of 40 crippled children were cured by the treatment. The" formu- la contains 30 grains of bismuth suimitTsie, combined, with 60 pvains of vaseline. The paste.so formed is solid at the temperature of the but if a fever Is induced will nm out of the cavity. As the healing con- tinues the mix'nire is absorbed. Medical men estimate that fully 50 per cent, of nil the crippled child- ren arc Item disorders. L. H. Upland has made the enumer- ation'for tho Local Option Though times are not so bad as last fali the car shortage is keeping matters very much behind. vine uomirmm jsecnniius Limited. through 0. G. K. Noursc bid 111.77, Wood-Gundy Co., through W. N. McThvraith, bid' 111. S WJLL HANG ON JAN. 20 Kenora, Ont, Nov. Frederick Johnson was today found guilty of the murder of Mrs. Ella AckfrrliiAH uti vuly S "and -sentenced! to be hanged on January 20th itext. Acmilius JarvLs through Stcith Tilley, bii! 107.75. me debentures were sold to the first named. presidents and teachers and in has been here for a few days sense a charity. President Eliot ofi in the interests of the Van Pelt cop- Harvard presided at Uic meeting as per mine prospect. While not able on chairman oi the board of'.''.trustees.' account of the snow, to inspect the Dr. Eliot will liimsef receive the aa- property, he gathered information nuity provided for all retiring col-j from all possible sources, as well as lego officials of the highest paid class Urom Mr. Van Pelt, including maps, SEAT FOR MOTHERWELL Humboldt, Sask., Nov. Liberal convention held here yester day selected W. .K. Motherwell t contest the constituency of Humbok in. the bye-election for the Legisla tare. ALIMONY FOR GOULD New York, Nov. Supreme qourt decided today to allow ali- mony at the a year, payable monthly to Katherine Clem- mens Gould, pending acljuciation of her writ or separation from Howard Gould. STUDENTS. FINED Halifax, N. S., Nov. Dal- housie. students arrested last night for rioting and assaulting police- men were let ofi on a week's sus- pended sentence and fined two hun- dred dollars to make good the dam- ape. of Emperor Kuang Hau was officially announced in this, city today. A majority of the people are pleased with the appointment of Prince ..Chun to .the regency but are anxious -over the possibility of revolutionary dis- cord. Should any trouble occur it woould be from a small minority headed by agitators from without, the city. Rangoon, Burmah Nov. 18. The Chinese community of Burmah num- -bcring in all persons has sent to the foreign office at Pekin, a tel- egram protesting against the selection ot.Pu Yi as heir presumptive to the throne on the ground that he is a Manchu and not a Chinese. This communication was forwarded by the accredited representative of the com- munity. There is absolutely no truth in the report telegraphed here, from Singa- pore r.nd elsenvhere jtp" the euect that Pekin is in 'flames afid in the hands a mob and that Prince president of the. foreign beard is .dead nor is the Dowager Empress YehoriT ala ill. Denial to these various ru- mors given today, and telegraphed by the Government abroad. smounting to S-i.OOO per annum. samples, etc. lie left for New York As the representative- of Canada on yesterday nml as n result of his trip i the board there was rrincipaj it is almost certain there will Peterson, of MeGill University, "Mont-'bo big development of the property real. next summer. GOOD ADVERTISING Toronto, Ont., Nov. ICE AWAY DOWN SOUTH Couonwood, Ala., Nov. has been ice. here One-eightht of an inch thick for three mornings and all the tender vegetation here and across the line in Florida has been killed. Pacific has issued a circular to the employees in which he says: "Running trains on time is r.ne best, possible kind of advertising. Traffic officials are so thoroughly im- pressed with the fact that they have experienced a willingness to reduce the. advertising account fifty cent. BANK OPENED SCOTCHMAN SUICIDES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. Lenox, a Scotchman enroute to .his home in Glasgow shot himself in the head in the C. P. K. yards this morn- ing. No reason is assigned for the rash act. He was employed by the Grand Trunk Pacific for some time. AT MONARCH ACCIDENT AT MONTREAL Monlre.il. Q.. Nov. street j cars collided on n sleep hiii on Da- NEW OFFICERS Toronto, Nov. E Crews, general secretary oi A. C. TO GET CARMEN'TOGETHER Denver, Colo., Nov. the d.ay's session, President Gompers announced that there were two rail- road carmens' international unions. one of which is affiliated with the Federation. He said that an effort had been made to unite them and to that, end he had invited both to send delegates- This was done. The I railroad carmen are employed in street this morning resulting in the injury of six passengers, two H. Elliott and J. R. Martin, are bad- jly hurt. The motorman on the Bank of Commerce 'amending, lost control when tho fuse The Canadian has opened a branch at the new town of Monarch, between here and if passenger trains are run on time." blew out and the car slid down the colliding with another coming 'up. 'day. Sunday) i building and repairing cars. Schools and Epworth Leagues, is to succeed the late Rev. Dr. Withrow, j as editor of-the publications of the! AN OLD TIMER DEAD Portage la Prairie, Nov. Methodist church in Canada. Rev. j Jane Cummings, aged 86 years, one Dr. Crews will be succeeded by the first pioneers and a "native of S. T. Uartlett, Sackville, N. B., at Manitoba, died here today. Deceas-. present assistant secretary. The ap- ed was born in 8t, Pauls parish near pointments are to be made on Thurs- Winnipeg and lived at Westbonrne. uor many years.