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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. 12 PAGES. Alia., Saturday. November SETTLING THE W. C. L REFUGEE FROM PIT1! T A ni TDI If IIPAfT'tl HEALfn FAVORABLE TO FEDORENKO; RAILWAY Legislature Had Important Matters Before Peace River Member Boosting for His North The Canadian North Western Railway Will Do for Alberta Nov. legisla-j tnre yesterday -aft-ernoon passed with- out opposition, the intro- duced by (J., JI. O'Brien, the Social- ist, to request the Minister of .Jus- tice t'o further investigate ihc.Kedor- onl-'o. case, and refuse to surrender him to the .Rii-vsian government if the of- fence-was sliown to be of a political character. Tho resolution, seconded by Mr. ..while-. Messrs. j ley, Telfo_rd and PuCcr also Kpo'i.e .a few. words.'- of eudorsation. Mr. Moore suggested-.that if the of-j .fc.itcc.-Fedorenito.-ha3 committed, was! TO GERMAN a. flwioiis one and he got 3.000 miles j a-A-ay.arom'-the-sci-ne or his crime-, f .then the'.Ktissiah iovernmynt ought to j A be. to-get rid. of him. IA "I" he said, "that if any! member of ihis house did anything j virry wrong, and he managed to set; three thousand miles away thc prov- j would be mighty glad to get. rid oi him." Story" of Fcdorcnkp j In explaining-.his rpsoluiion regarding Fcdoreniio, O-'Bncii referred lo the methods of the tyrannical Russian i government in dealing with patriots j were fighting; for emancipation, j Board of Health taking Steps to Get Full With Provincial Health Officer on Question of Disposal of Allege Professional Jealousy letter, j likely to create a very sferious tor R. JB. Owen and ad- to...'tbe public "of city, "fn-o rinvc in f-hd vlv Tne following Sanitary Inspec dressed to City .Engineer. was read at the meeting of the city, Board of Health last evening: Letter "I brought the matter of cation re sewage disposal to the'atten-, tion or the provincial board of -health.: "Tiie board note that whereas you are promising to take every precau- tion to protect the consumers of water below your city by disinfecting- your affluent, you are not proposing to "take any precaution to protect' the public. of. your city from a more' or less con- taminated caused by the spraying into lt of With Serious Lack 'of Courtesy _ ACT UNCALLED FOR and from.a plague of Tracing the-history of the Fedorenko Prominent Naval Writer case, the Socialist member .said iuuiuiciil- vv mei Deals With Rudeness of ihe- prisoner had used his influence in.-; -securing the election of a comrade, j revolutionist ty the Russian "Duma." That' comrade was at the.1 present time.'.serving- tinie -in while having-assisted him., in Hcction." cam." the ban. In Sam Berlin, Nov. section -of-'th-s naval' "authbritics''-are ii ritat- successful, Hjght. from tlib ea. hv the AH> eric-ait-'fleet visiting; iU- shot-a-policeman-, jn not calling Tasrcszeitimg: '.'From a ppli- bv.tbicf'. 'Justice u .'fleet's Manitoba. The paints whidi Mr. avoidance ct icaiinqt .but U'Bfien emphasized were that the of- because fence, was or poHrica! charae'ter'amf Vor can, be to the treaty with Russia German- .'-wants' 'nothing ,of 1885, political "offenders were- not fr0n] United States." hus -o'rea- iiabie to extradition, and the only of-- son, either material or sentimental to fence lor which... capital punishment rim aftcr America, but tiie lack', of v.-as applicable in Russia was a poll-; cpurtssy shown on'tnis occasion re- tica! one, which meant that Fedor- {0 be registevKl, arid -will it is cufo- would certain! r "be subjected to hoped, teach a lesson to that-regret- it if he was returned. Mr. O'Brien's tably large number ,of Germans who was tk'vojd of sentiment or think that the'proper attitude to- Hies "winch you are certain to have owing to these sprinkling filters ari-d open sludge lagoons', the latter being treated sewage rom the. town of Alacleod. is 'now 'being discharged into "In a climate such as durs in Alberta- tne river, which is-'Lethbridge's source could be compeiely -would-- ibe 'best, but owing a- compact of disposal one to .your. strong desire to experiment in Alberta with .this .disposal, .the '.board, do not put any difficulty lit; your are veiling to go as tar is posai-ble to let you have yiour way, provided they can. at the of .water .supply... -and to ask if; the board is taking 'any steps to have it puru'ied.' It-, was also decided to take samples of the river water above .the sewer outlets and below and; send tuem "to the provincial analyst an- alysis ____ Dr. Galbraith. brought up the matter of diphtheria anti-toxin. Druggists, -he DR. SHEARER GETS KOASp FROM A W1NN1PE PAPJ Remarks of Reformer Considered as Being of Slanderous .Character Ralph Connor Inta; the Row Winnipeg the Rottenest; Place In Canada Morally? WHO LCT OUT THE CMS CAMPAIGN IS same time protect, the health "of the j said. did not Iceep it in stock public" arid aJsb .themselves from re-j owing to its cost and tne comparative "sp'onsibility 'iii' the' matter by, in the quickness wltn .which it gets- old and Urst instance, reserving the right, at) nseless. When, it is needed in the city j anytime in the future to call for such jit is needed quiokiy. "After some fur- 1 additions as to them ther: discussion a motion in tne sec- asking the citr to. authorize' ond instance, by" allowina; you to as- officer, to keep in stock all the time sume 'all responsibility for the ihstal- two 'or" tJifee" dozen packages of diph- lation. of the system. The board are jlneric' anti-toxin of 3000 units. th'erefore give you a limit- j ed approval ol specifications prepared along indicated in your description and sketch. statement :will allow you to' go i on Vvitii the preparation of 'these plans and. desired, and snail take pleasnra.Jiu .bringin to board and' get- ting for yoa their 'limited approval, instantly they are ire my hands. am a copy of an .ja. part of -rents rswbjeet -w'hich mav interest -you. -Kwould aiso-reconi- naend that you. procure and read age Jsjnslbw i-'ratt.: published.' .It a was passed j Gom- ize ths health I.! such antics noan .una for: Consideredr.Out- of Place The article enclosed was 'also read. Older Conservatives to the Result London, Nov. brief. the houses of parliament; The board didnot-deign to waste much moard Of. Control of the Western Can- are likely to -p_r.ow. to he _ on. either. Er.-G-albraith league convened this morning, with .the'following members present: M. Gray, of CAlGpHOT Ait! BALL Western League In Sessi on. Tne .annual-fall meeting of tne ments on Published REPORTED PLANS Micnener Only Member to Make Comment on Rumor Edmonton. Bulle- tin says: "While no members of the govei-nment or-legislature .would give point in. the history of the House- oi ered 'trie letter ridiculous, and comin Lords os "at present constituted.-The elder Conservatives march of events -with anxiety and concern and -are loudly -lamenting the disap- -wards ihe United --States is one of obsecoiious friendship. He .merely placed Tacts be- fore the assembly in a practical way. In seconding the -motion. Mr. Walk- __ cr stated lliat the Fedorenko case v.'ii-s not the -first of Its kind in West- NEWSPAPER MAN ern Canada, since a crime 'which in- J TRAVELLED STEERAGE eluded murder was committed. There! Montreal, Nov. Sydnev Dillins- wen-, however two Russian political h h sent K. Canute by thp fugitives in. Alberta whom the Rus- T sian "ov-ernment was very desirous o[ of Empire of London, on u Their offence was prob- special mission, is now m Montreal. :a public official, bordering on insult. It was clearly the result of J.Edmonton; Hal S, Middleton. Calgary: professional jealousy against T. Airdjj_ jr. shuster. Moose Jaw; R. Wai- pearancc of hereditary principle for the basis oi the Upper but may resu-lt- a second appeal j mentloned tuat an anicle bad appea.r. I nrl t K- i-n tho "Rnn i Murray of. Toronto, if'r. DeVeber thought so too and lace. Lethbridge: Rupert Magee, Bran- don: Saskatoon and "Big" Winnipeg, the ied recently in. tiie "Sanitary clubs which did not post the guar- Henceforth "it "seems- probable j tearing the provincial health board's j -.vere not represented, nor was a'.ily more serious than that of Fed- orenK'o, without the c-onsiflt-ration of reached Canada as a steer- passenger and thus murder, but the Russian government j to write nome and describe in detat, could not- gft hold of them, for i-iisy _ under the protection of the Brit- ;reatly ap- actual experienced as a that an elective and selective basis j sewage -disposal ideas to -pieces and will .enter into ihe constitution of i hf-antiing the provincial's no- the House of Lords. Interest in thc situation has now i been transferred to the. constituencies', I The belief now is that the. House 'of Lords will not attempt to pass the tions as fitteen years behind the times. iy word received from them. The meeting was opened by a few remarks by President Eckstorm con- :s.t its last meeting the board went cermnR the past, present 'and future thoroughly into T. Aird Murray's re- j of the league, and the members got. port and consequently each member jnown second reading of the veto bill on the i was fairly conversant with the details, j conditions imposed bv Premier lo- business The Money Situation -was their unanimous opinion that! "The tinaucinl report of the season age Asted he Bought of faring as a tnird class passenger, he replied: "Well. I certainly did not Itvei speeches in ish flag, and the fugitives predated' that protection. j Mr.. Walker read an editorial srorji; the Toronto Globe relative -to ia but still I did'not do so case, wherein it was stated that Dillingham proposes'to travel! ther investigation slinuld be held ihat fui'ther investigation sho.ilrl on pomt3 and Covered u1-Vv letter and enclosure wasted j was" then laid-on the table. The pre- t had been reeog-: sident that the Saskatoon by Mr. Murray, was withheld on account of However, they were referred to him I me Zimmerman deal. As no contract with a speech at the National Liberal! club today. He is thc government's policy at length. All the other leaders are booked for succession. MU.CH. stor his intormation. and for an early -.vas ever made -between this player so on "he right across Canada with a view to.en-, an incorivellient into -conditions and prospects ]wvcver, profess criticism and complaint are j renlv as possible. the Conservative side thai-thc govern! 1 _....... mem. has precipitated the elections at uames wen EiBLE SOCIETY OFFICERS p, PrT-_n.AT C. LL C. i U I Frank, Nov. A meeting in sup- lu'ld so as to throve more light the motive for Fcdorenko's crime. was sr.rea.tly in ihe 3 favor and Mr. Walker'said it express- ed thc sentiment of the East. Both Mr. Telford ami Mr. Puffer t-x- j pressed sympathy with the' resolu- tion, The latter suggesting that thc i port of the aims ot" the British and fugitive should not only be allowed {.foreign Bible Society was held ia the tlip protection-of the British flag, but i .vietnodist church, last niqht. thf govemniL'Ht to taxe into consideration Fcdorenko's fani-j ily.. which is now in Russia, and sist- ihcm .to the husband and in Canada. time- Both sides, The nealth officer reported that thej the utmost dairies ,supplving milk were steadily j tee Hat club, their objection was i'ound to be without Joimdation. Skeeip, tne Kegiua Indian pitcher, dratted bv Detroit, then came ia t'oi- mere for settlers from the old country, j dence in the outcome oi al appeal to i improvin" in all directions. The sian- 1 consiclerable discussion. and the pre- ReA' Campbell of Calgary gave an in- teresting address on the. work of the (Continued on page lABfiR" IMS JNtW i society in the Dominion and in foreign j countries. It -was 'decided to .form a branch of the Society in Frank .and i the following WPFA oiAotert oSicers; President, Jlr. Wilson: vice-presi- i dents, Mr. Beach and Mr, Simpson: secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Williams: I committee, Mrs. Farmer, Mrs. Gres- ham and Mrs. Pattinson. thc country. STEAMER CREW REACH SAFETY Taber. Xov. ;i meeiiug of the coiinri] held on 'Wednesday night, it decirJed to enlarge the well TO six inclies -to a- depi.h OT' feet, ind the will be turned (iirectly t.'ie mains. The pressure is osti- inalsd to De'greater man thai given irojirtnc water towep. aud the cos', is about equal to' what the would have to pay; -the C. 1J. 11. under c.visiins conrticions. Boring for v. ill proceed inside a Three-inch cas- ins. atirt Knight has agreed to so feet if necessary mile of boarri wjiiks will be iaic! down right, away, and a drying' tower is to be built at the tire hall for drying fire hose. Work nas_ commenced on a store for Powell and Stephetison "on JMC corner ol' Front street and B St. ,U. has the contract and rusli the wofk.- SUFFRAGETTES DISCHARGED Xov. suffragettes arrested yesterday evening 'were dis- casrged at the Bow street police courr today at the request oi Winston Chuv- cliiJI. JAPAN'S BIG DREADNOUGHT New York, Xov. pmg firms have received ad- vices from London to the effect that Japan has placed orders (here for a Dread- nought -bigger tlian any under construction. The ship will be twenty-eight thousand ron- nage and cost JflL'.L'oOjOOO. i- T T jr T T T T T T t r r v .Tr T T v T Men of Wolverine Res- cued and Ate Now Selkirk." Selkirk, Nov. of the crew of the missing steamer "Wolverine ar- rived here this morning after severe experiences and very hard trip out ir-om Swampy Har.bor, where the boat xvas grounded. She broke a wheel, entering thc harbor and is now lying; Piirtialfy suhmcrgts'J. Engineer .John Seaman came in "with the party, and the fish company is organizing a re- lief party to out the "rest of the irrpd Nov- of the boat sinro. A Ion? with the Wolver- ine party part oi 1hc ercv: of the Mikado, v. hich is grounded near TIa-rbor, came in.'No lives were lost jdard ot" butter far. in milk was stead-1 ily climbing higher. Where in July j wnen.tae testing was started the aver-; age test was 3-1 Per cent'., for October; it was 4.7 per cent. New barns are being built, the interiors white washed j and as near as sanitary inspector! Jhad been able ro ascertain, the milk f delivered in the city is far cleaner tnan it was a few months ago. Ur. Galbraith thought it would be a good idea to Uie butter fat stan- dard, another notch or two. Dr. DC Veber, However, snid tliere was no need 10 do anything. At the present session the Dominion parliament will (Continued on page Winnipeg-, Xov. ian... Synod of- Manitoba discussed tiie attacks ;on- the" Rev. Ms interview in the; Toronto daily''- papers, on .the "question Qltions .in this-' The- Question came up in' connection with "tJie report-of tfie social and moral pres Principal- declared that .vice, was "bolder -that ;'the- 'police" the law was ibeing.violated-vbJT.the salt :-i' of liquor m 'aflded that he-..-was -ashamed miliated "to .think J' the -city should. the" language; did.' regarding, a. and -in judgment an lie service., as. Dr.; Shearer.- firmed" Dr.. Shearer's, ne himself niake a similar merit on any. rp Gordon." mo ved ring: to the and; unTvarraiit- ed attack upon" Dr. -Shearer: .It. "also expressed inished. .regard, for. ShearerV confidence in -the- purity of-.his. m'otiyea and -unqualified great 'itbriity. The motJGn and report, Were :referrea to.-a' special. Committee. v'rr-'-.-.-s't. Shearer's reiteration the. moi'iis; of torially itiaa- uplacet, -isfqre of JUDeral ing regarding "the G. -W.. pro- jecti rumors were frequentfahd" pe.r; sistent on the street regarding ture. That most-: common was that the A. and G.- W. project would j abandoned, the contract with the -com- pany repudiated, and bonds of the company converted Into provincial bonds. "Tne proceeds of tnese, the report went, were-to -bei used: "1. To pay off temporary loans of tne province owing to the banks and amounting' to some millions ol dollars. To complete provincial' build- ings already commenced. "U. To extend the provincial tele- pnoue system rural dis- tricts, and that the" church must .take 4. "To complete some of the larger j Shearer off the job-or fcack him up. into questton--tjie 'tSa-.'ability 'be" "to" Bis5.. The slanderous the' statement' that "Winxu-. peg is the and further states that 'any one-who; represents this city as grossly iurerior in its moral life to the cities of eastern Canada; is a liar and sland-.- erer.'- The Telegram .then turns Its-atten- tion to Hev. C. W. Gordon. CRalph .Con- nor) .who moved the synod vesterday, referring to the Tele- gram's article as slanderous and that, the attack was a deliberate slap'in. it law setting a standard of 3.2? all over the Dominion of Canada, was done. Salvationists Have Huge Undertakinii; Toronto, Xov. 1 colonies i West is a work ,ii in PS.i Canadian which thc Salva- KILLED IN RIOT Chicago, Nov. 'man was shot and four others bruised and cur in a riot of- striking garment workers nc Kensie Avenue station of the Met- ropolitan elevated railway last night. 'The matter of setting a minimum i tion Army d-.-voU- ;i gri-at number of marks on cow. barns, me- deal of :itu-ntioti in the lui'.irc-. Small tnod o." hiindlin.? and so forth inspec- j colonies uf a or more families tion must bo kept up to in order j each iah'eariy nt Tisaaic, near to seeure conipul: nothing aone jsJanri, are iruking such satis- one .way or the other. [factory head way that :m: Army is Municipal Abbatoir j convinced that mucii cjn be done in The inspector reported in regard to i this rrgard. Negotiations have Bridges already begun, and to build several new ones required to provide road accommodation in various parts of the province." Reply to Journal Commenting on a story ia Tester- day's Evening Journal, the Bulletin has this to say; "The Kdrr.oni.on Journal is made the medium for conveying an ultimatum to Premier Sit'ton that if he repudiates the Alberta and Great Waterways pro- 3ect his political Jil'e will pay the pen- alty. It may be noted thut while each member of the legislature known to be loyal to the premier, declined yes- terday, as in honor bound, to iudicare in any way what happened at (he Lib- eral caucus the 'night before, the Jour- ;nal (Conservative) was able to give what it claimed to be the story of what occurred. Tt' there is substratum of truth in its story, then some member lor thai .caucus 'leaked' regardless of ing or what happened, and equally re- gardless of results his divulging must cave on his party. Should the story turn out to he true- the moral is that it will be foolish to expect the pro- j ceedlngs of future caucuses to be kept j secret. Neither regard for party nor regard for pledges will serve appar- ently to secure the secrecy of the pro- ceedings in caucus when their publi- j The Telegram points out that. Kev. John Pringle carried the -story of" the Yukon's shame to the outside world, when all the agencies of; government rose in denunciation of Pringle, that the Telegram, "hag no recollection ol the synod tne rescue of Pringle, .nor vras Rey. C.. W. Gordon prepared to break a lanca. on behalf of the outraged name qtttta. Presbyterian church, nor had he a to say for the missionary, he calmly saw driven, penniless and.' broken from the Yukon. Some Admissions Tne Telegram admits that a erood deal of Shearer's accusations are true, but declares they will equal r or greater force to any of equal size on the continent. The article concludes by -deprecating Intemper- ance of language or imputations of mo-" uves to those whose opinion may nor. harmonize as not promoting a solution.' oL" ;hfi wobleml Frank. Xov. serious -v Pasaburg Mine ein-A licenses and" also making it Prince Albert ir. the province m Sus- j offers an opportunity of launch-j occurred at thc Pasiburg Mi uisory 10 deliver all milk in :nd at Coombs on Van- j a covort aitaclc.upon the premier. wore (liseuseed. but nothing done jsJanri, are iruKintr such satis-i (Conlinnefi on page -Tas. Blanc wi slaughter houses and after some dis-1 entered inlo for the securing ot ex- j cussion it. was decided on motion of {tensive of land in different Senator DeVeber (o direct thc inspect-! part.s Ot Canada with a view to col- or to secure al! information possible as on a .scali1. Ool. D. C. JM to the establishing of a city abbatoir, j Lamb; ,vilh in London, I" aras- of McGi11- states after nn tnat, as the mover remarked, being the only'possible solution of the matter, The outbreak of hog cholera was The disturbance assumed such proportions thut reserves were ruened to the scene in an effort to eiear tiie street of struggling men and discussed but nothing transpired in regard to if requireci n motion. it was decided after a short discus- sion to the attention of 'he pro- vincial board of health to the fad' that England, vho has jusi concluded annual Lour of Western Canada, told of the -Vnay's policy today. "It is The intention of the sxid Lamb to contiiiuo directing emigrants ifom the British 10 this land. This is ihe surest aiul quickest, way to iht'ir THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT THE CHOLERA Montreal, Nov. Ad- examination ol thc sputa, etc. from the cholera suspect, held the Royal George av Quebec, that the cause for alarm un- doubtedly exists. T T A A Y V appears liam Reed and -Us. Blanc were pre- paring a charge lor ihe v, hen "some cause, thc chargn (suddenly exploded, seriously iniurms !hc fAo Tiu-n. They were removed to the hospital at Frank-, thc man Reed expired shortly after being ad- mitted and thc other man lirs at ths institution in a critical condition. An inquest w-as Udd today in .the police barracks on the hody of the i man Reed, hut only -evidence of idcn- i tificaiion was take.n thc inquiry j i was 'adjourned until Friday, the 25th iinsi. Reed is of Nova Scoua an.i i his remains will in.- s-iiipped there for j burial. He leaves a v.-ifc and family' great sympathy is felt for them, 1 ia their saa'Bereavement. ;