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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2i, 1W8 NO. 2M. IS J AS. J. HILL GOING TO CANADA'S P. M. G. Frank Paper Hears Of Great North- ern Plans In Canada "SifTf" T V "i I, A HOLD-UP ON ONTARIO'S PREMIER >rank, 21 Frank Paper is' in' 'possession of. I LEMIEUX Whom, It I Said, W1IL: Be CrctUd A Knight from- a source apparently that is is disposed to.givo .the report a large megsu re oL credence, to the effect that there is a strong probabil- ,sy that the 'hopes 61 the people -of Thib i'ass' for 'competing' Hie of rail- goou .chance being re-aliped within the next two years by the building of Northern across the., laain the Rockies from British Columbia into this dis- J trict. i as it has been-- repeated to the I'Vamc Paper by "a_ person who talk'ed personally with .President Lou- is Hill of "the Great Xoi-thcrn very recently." .is 40 the effect. rtbat .the Great Northern expects to be.cut off from ite -entrance into Alberta' from the- south via the. A. H. within a' matter of two years at the outside' and it will he left with a stub line north fronT Creitr Falls; Mont., to Courts' 'unless it' provides an outlet. To- forestall any- such conj tingericy the- purpose is a line from some point on_Jts. present line "running British -Columbia from the, ST. HENRI "vifeii refaced Attempt Of S 1 i i I I Lost I.-., Nerve, -J" Kingston Divine Still Men- tioned For 8 th rom 'range' 'into "Alberta and running down across southwestern. Alberta, to a con nectloii with the line dt Coutts. The is tfulld from rissy via Montreal, Nov. Anglican SyTiodrmeels-again next to endeavor' td the task of electing u successor to the Jate Bi- shop Cannichaet, and as the date for convening day interest in tnc-delilicrations of; that body-is growing. The appointment of Bishop of Stcimeiiy to the Archbishop- ric of York a'fCeV he was unanimous- ly choseji bishop of Montreal, Jias.put matters in- the sriine -position-as 'they were a month atifo. when the Sj'nocl, to choose be tween Dean Far- thing and Dean "Evans, .unanimously decided, upon" Bishop Lang. In'.the interval .there has7 been .much discus- sion in the press regarding the dead- lock at iKireir tiie' most solid Farthing on the: last ballot, he also showed signs of strength 'in the clerical, votes, thought in Anglican circles Farthing will, if 'again put in Montreal, Nov. or the most jjjirefaced 'hold-ups b( recent vddi-s attempted this. afternoon fc JnVtim thickly populated, section of St. Henri ward. R. G. Tolmie, cashier of- the Colonial Bleaching and Print- ing T ".'His -wajv from.'the bank to the 'firm's premises'in St. Henri, carrying a satchel containing .was stopped- by> a man who sriatchetl the valise and pointing a reVolver at.-Tolmie cxclulrnwf, sh'oot you if you. follow me." Then tlfe man wheeled round and run the cash- ier in hot pursuit. The thief seemed lose his nerve and dropped the ba'g. Although'every edort was made to .is Slfi'JAMEsJwHlTNEY Suggeiwd at Leader fo the Contract the F6bt and Mouth Af- fection In HE IS HOUSE-CLEANING f NOT TO PLAY WITH, EDMONTON Nelsqft, .JB. v0.f 20 J-LesteE 'and Frank "formerly' well known u n hockey circles, but who reside here, today authorized the con- tradiction or the story thatjthey would play -this i -Edmon- ton iu the -effort- of -'what -'city to cap- ture: the'. ____STABLE f j body of Joseph L. Johnston, a prom- iueut and highly respected farmer of this district bnc'n -missing since Tuesday, last j was: found in his stabln: beneath a blanket covered with loose straw. MOUNTED A BLUFF Pablo Buffalo Herd Undo Work Of MbntlisIriMon- tana HON. L. (P. BRODEUR Minister of Marine and Fisheries Washington, f1., Nov. arming results ai-e following the jout- bi-eak, of a contagious foot and mouth. disease in New York, and r'cnnsylva-1 those statc-s to txi quar-1 autine'd against interstate shipments: of cattle, were shown today in advin: os that reached the 'secretary of agri-j culture, stating that four children down in Danville.-T1" had contract- ed the disease. A rigid investigation' is in progress" in ifunville and else-- where to determine whether others, have become similarly affected. j The officials say the spread of the' 'contagion was checked although ad-! mitting situation is grave and; and concerted; action by the state and federal au-; i SUDDEN DEATH ATMAGRATH Mrs. Nephi Marker Succumbs i While Husband Is Away On Mission' rath Vov. Mr. White jT of Cardston, delivered a man, excellent, sermon at the meeting u Uui school house here last Suiuiluy af Mont., Nov. all the care annd precaution exercis- ed in the preparation for shipment of the remainder of the Pablo bison, berd to the National park in Alberta, the herd will remain on the Flat Head reservation until spring. The bison themselves upset all plans and are now roaming at will on their naiive heath. The corral in which. they were to be herded prior to the, drive to the railway at Ravelli had been built with great care and was supposed to be proof agaiixst the strength of the biggest bison. When the corral, the -feuce being .built to form the other three sides' of the. enclosure. According tu plan the bison were rounded up annd were slowly worked toward the corral. Everything work- ed according to schedule and the wing k between the laity and the clergy] .i .V_ it is, -eit 'r'- tiitit rvh iliif- UlTtv "went1 "ill- Sfoints In Interview Emperior ternoon. At the close of the service .fenceg swung the ailimais toward a meeting held and the people, the CQrra} gate aiul scheme was formed themselves into a congraga- tion and it was decided appoint a cluirch board. The following mem- bers were appointed: A. L. Bowles, pronounced a complete sucess. shaggy brutcis trotted throuh gate into the corral, with an-indif- ierence that should have aroused the Miller, T.-K. Roberts, W. Baxter i suspicion of the meri were driving laiui T. W. Greem.. The Board Jt wfts JKjl according to the then given erection of will be the power to commence the a church''building. This first non-Mormon church' to be buiit in Mugrath. Contribu- bbsttnate nature act in this way something doing, no thought of anything getting oi the beasts to unless there was The herders took >0 icity It is that the-Nbrth -Kootenay Pass from Michel, through, the Crow's Nest Pass, paralleling, the, C.P.R. No plans have been definitely, settled up- on as to which adopted but New-York, purportsjcadent imticm ever siucc her victory _r wav" as is pally'' in an absolutely accurate and au-'over the Transvaal and the Or- Humlliafing tions are now being solicited and it the "uison through that [is expected that the church, will be much they did and did {completed before next spring. A j Presbyterian Church is also to be built at Sprintr Coulee. of the line coming "this way'" as shown by the fact Hills have existing charters, one through Nest Pasn Ural "vote "onci there are" those who thcntic synopsis-of the interview ob- and another for_ south line sornetyiat. to the ...east of The Pass. By tiie these charters the Great Northern' could "provide it- self -with the Necessary connection and -thereby" would be opened up direct line from the coal fields of this district "to the very extensive Mon- tana market. One of 'the most encouraging phases of the is the fact that the Groat Northcrn-'MUST hr.vc a con- nection .within years -or have something over a hundred miles of road thrown into complete disuse and this being t'.ie .case the likiihood is that in the' .event comes through it will be va reality in a very and in all probability construction Trill v begun next year. Another point of. great significanc irh'ich would seem to bear out the au thenticity of this story may be found fouiul in the statement -of Patrick Welch, the eminent .railroad contract or of Spokane. Readers of the Frank Paper will recall tha interview wit Mr. Weicii pumiblied .in last week's Emperor William of Ger- ant office. many by Dr. Bayard Hall.'and subsequentlj' withdrawn just as_ it to appear in the Centurj' Magazine, is'printed1-.'in' the World to- day. The World declares that the i article as originally written was submitted to Dr. Hale, and that it appbars ioda3' as changed by Dr. Hale. The interview to have taken "place on 'the "Imperial yacht Hoiienollern. off Bergen. Norwayj whilu Dr.'Hale was the Emperor's elevators at lialey have so far this season handled" aoout bu- if- wheat start- ing a steam first to be brought the Tjkie elevators at -Spring- have taken in bushels of Spring wheat already this ange Free State because hers was an unrighteous, ungodly cause and' di- vine judgment was bound- eventually, to: overtake the powerful nation that waged such a war. That the Anglo-Japanese1 alliance was an iniquitous alliance'against all the: white races, England-proving ab- solutely faithless as a Christian na- tion. guest. The World summarizes__ the points of the Emperor's Lnter- That King Edward of Great Bri- tain had been humiliating him for- more than two years and that he s rated. was .exasperatea. graded up averaged up "ab- _jr' t: e c-: That GsgsoRiiy was tho paramount outjorty bushels to the acrex: A good1 -'V T7.__' J power, in. all Europe and that deal of the'.crop-instill in'the granr _. 2. land was trj-ing to neutralize thatr aries. The acreage next year will be about double .the amour.t in crop this year, in Spring. Coulee district, COAL YAWDS issue. Mr. Welch member of the firm of Foley, Welch; t Stewart, con- tractors who a great deal of road for the Great Northern and who are very close to the heads of the Hill concern.. In bis interview Mr. Welch, it will be recalled, said: "I expect to see through trains from St. Paul, running to Vancouver over tha Victoria, Vancouver Eastern Road before the end of 1909." In the foregoing statement of the intentions of the.Great Northern this statement by Mr. Welch is pregnant with significance- -Probably.no man aot directly connected with the Great Northern enjoys more of the confi- dence of the Hills than Mr. Welch and without a doubt he spoke by the card and had in Vnind the program to build the connecting line between the southeastern British Columbia branch and the line at Coutts when he made the statement. Witb the V..V. E. That Japan was honeycombing In- dia and flooding it with spies while professing openly to be; England's friend and ally. That the only way to counteract the- alliance was foe Germany and to act together at an early date or America would hayo to fight the Japanese in ten. months. That in the event of a great war England would loss many of her large colonies especially those in the Pacific and that all he would' take for Germany to neutralize thatr would be Egypt though he would'lib- erican newspaper man and magazine writer, but that nevertheless the state ments were made without reservation and that no secrecy had been impos- ed. The interview had been formally arranged through the German Foreign office it is said, and that at the conclusion of the interview Dr. Hale: returned to Berlin and told high of-j ficittJs of the foreign office of the suc- cess he had met with. "They forbade him to publish the World continues. "Then they ex- plained to him at some length that even a hint at possibilities so serious coming from one A particularly sad death occurred. tvifout '-V when.Mrs. Nophi Harker passed away 'Deceased had only been married one J'month when her husband was called to perform a mission for the Church of Latter Day Saints in the Northern States. He had not been released when the death of his wife In this performance they- had the complete co-operation of the bison, were more eager to get into the (Continued on Back Page.) be easy of realiza- nearing completion and a year to buiin thv prunuarxl prediction would tion. The Coleman board of trade is al- ready ir. possession of the 'informa. lion herein containTO and already has under way a movement to bring pres- sure to bear for the building of the line this way. There is no doubt Frank Sherman's Sugwtion to Cure Coal Famine I Evil Frank, Nov. H.'Shermari president of-.'the'" jni tiers' izstkm in Alberta, has a new sugges- tion" as a the. annual fuel shortage in the prairie provinces and which he thinks will recur this winter in as serious form, if not more so than two years ago. "There are no stocks of coal in tha prairie said Mr. Sherman yesterday' I look for much hardship to- farmers living a long distance from railroads. I have known an instance o! a farmer driving ninety miles for coal and having to wall week for it whlfi he got to town. "What remedy would I suggest. I think that in regions where farmers must haul their coal a long distance tho. Government should establish coal yards and always keep an am- ple supply on hanol. I see no other real cure for the people will not stock up ahead and the dealers can't afford to hold largo stocks a long lime for their accommodation. Coal com- power; though ho held France in the and that Kusaia was of BO account since the disos-' trcms war she had waged with Ja- pan. That is the Pan-European war which hadjbeen so much talked about was inevitable the sooner, it: came the better it would: be for him, be- cause he was tired of the suspense. CZAR TO MARCH 1NTHECORTM St. Petersburg, Nov. arc in circulation in official circles who had been the! this morning to tho-effect the Emper- Emperor's" guest might throw the or Nicholas is slightly indisposed. erate thcyEfob" Tjmd from the yoke of the infidel (presumably meaning tho That ...the perfecting of Zeppelin's dirigible'balloon would give Germany a powerful advantage in war and she was ready to make up of it to the fullest extent. The World declares tha( Emperor William knew when he made these whole world into the most disastrous war of all time. The attitude of these officials is said to haveybeen, that the Emperor was irresponsible when he gave way to such fits of temper." It is said that .Dr. Hale obeyed the instructions of the For- Office the preparation cf his interview but later when the manu- script was submittei'l to the German officials they are said to have so ''butchered" it that little which was worth while was left. It was in this final form, according to. the World that the article was fin- Great Britain.had been a de-statements that Hale was an Am These rumors may mean that his ma- jesty has decided to abandon his idea of walking for a distance of three miles through the streets of St. Pet- ersburg in the funeral cortege of his uncle Grand Duke Alexis, who died recently in Paris. The entire route of the funeral procession is to be lin- ed on either side by a Living wall of troops but in spite of this there is considerable apprehension for the safe ty of his majesty. enclosure from which easy avenue to liberty which "was not visible to the naked eye of the herders. There was a rumble of the heavy mass getting into motion. Then the dog trot of the bison quickened into a gollop -with the response of a troop of cavalry horses to a bugle call and in clouds of dust the unwieldy beasts charged across the enclosjire straight at the high bluff whose ver-, tical face had been supposed to be j insurmountable by anything on feet. Dust obscured the sight- of .the beasts but hung over them v like a dense mantle and its movement marked the ourse of the quondom property of: he Dominion. Straight toward; foot of the bluff the herd charged and those who were watching the movement expect- ed to see a mass of buffalo piled up at the foot of the steep bluff. The icrd rushed to the foot of the bluff all right, but it did not stop there. It scaled that clifr as if the steep wall was the easiest thing in the world. There was not a moment of hesita- MANN SAYS IT'S ABSURD Toronto, Nov. D. Mann ally accepted by the Century. It was vice of the Canadian Nor practically ready for publication characterizes as absurd the re the request came from Berlin that even the interview in its revised form miist bo withdrawn. KNIGHTHOOD FORLEMUX V _ Montreal, Nov. name of Hon. Rudolphe Lemieux, postmaster-' general, is now mentioned in connec- tion with the knighthoods to be con- CHANGED MIS MIND Ottawa, Nov. L. Mackenzie King, who wrote to Sir Wilfrid Laur- ier asking to be released from the commissionershjp at the Internation- al meeting to be held at Shanghai next month and was practically re- has now consented to report. MINE DISASTER IN MONTANA port from Duluth that Mackenzie anc Mann were going to pay for the railway. HI said that he had an option, but ther was onlv of stock and abou the same amount of bonds invests in the road. S. CARSI.FY DEAD Montreal, Nov. death oc curred tonight of Samuel Carsley th proprietor of S. Carsley, Ltd., one o Red Lodge. Mont., Nov. num j tne iargest depp.rtment stores in Can expected to sail from Van- bcr of arc said to have jij Carsley was thrown from ferred r ew Years day. The diplomatic missions with which the Hon. Minister has been trusted, t.he very successful and progressive administration of his department and the important measures which he has been instrumental in carrying out, the reasons for the present rumor. Government at any leiigih oi time necessary whereas they don't care to take such long chances on dealers. I think such a course woylrl prevent any'.real suffering." i 1 FARMER SUICIDES Huntingson, Que., Nov. John that other boards interested will fol- A- Elgin The matter will 'be brought in the Frank meeting. board at next rr, :suicide shooting himself in the side on the roadway today DUTY ON WHEAT OFF Ottawa, Or.t., Nov. Trade Commissioner Daly in Mexico advises the trade and commerce dc- partnicnt- thai on account of the shortage in-Mexican wheat supply the Government had promised to sus- pend'" until next June" customs duties on imported; wheat; Wheat ie selling in Mexico for por hun- dred pounds. 9th. LOSS OF LIFE GREAT New York, Nov. persons are bclievod to have lost their lives in the explosition oi gas which tore r.p a great section of Gold Street Brooklyn today. It is killed in an explosion of fire damp in East Side Tuine today. FISHERMEN DROWNED Gimli, Man.. Nov. receiv- ed from Freshor Bay, sixty miles i north of Gimli, states while out on the ice a quarter of a mile from shore last Friday setting their fish his carriage a few days ago and al- though he sustained only slight in- urics, the shock proved fatal. known that fifteen persona Vidal and John StePh' were buriod under tlw debris broke through the ice and were ACKLAND PROMOTED Ottawa, Nov. A. Acland, for the-pnsl year and a haH secretary of the labor department and acting deputy minister during the absence tion, not a miter. Right up the abrupt wall the bison charged, each making a trail, that was a little easier for the one that was following him. Up the blufi and over the ridge, bel- lowing in triumph and twisting their short tails in victory, the ungainly gallopers passed and then spread out in three directions until the work of months was undone and they were their own masters, defiant and xm- conquered.k A short Distance up the cliff a. photographer from Butte had station- ed himself, selecting what he thought was a good vantage point from which to get pictures of the last of the bison while they were yet on American -soil. His station was directly its the path of the onrushing beasts, and he had not the skill of climbing that was necessary to get out of their way. All 1 I- t i vxjci v thing in the dust and the next instant he found himself riding on the DRCK of a galloping buffalo up the cliff. He rode at a pace that took his breath away, but he hung on and as the summit of the bluff was reached the bison upon which the photographer was riding, sprang under a tree and the man grabbed a limb and swung off his mount. Re was too weak to swing himself up so he continued of W L. Mackenzie Kin? has been his hanging-on performance and re- hoveral are reported to be min- ing. POLICEMEN ARRESTED Kcnora, Out.. Nov. Serptr John Russell, of the ,Xenora police force Vas today arrested on a charge of Montreal, Nov. The body drowned. Stcphenson. who was about,