Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lcthbridgc, Albct-tn. Saturday, .November 23.1912. PENSIONS FOR .FIGHTING EIRE IN TORONTO Rash Playing with Revolver by Young Man in Cranbrook CranSirook, Nov. Wednes- day morning last a young man WHO had been staying at the Imperial Ho tel for the last ,three or four days, i was unfortunate enough to shoot him' BCir through the head when playing with a revolver in the parlor of the liotel. Dr. MacKinnon was at once called to tho injured man and had .Montreal, Nov. Ed- ward CJoilstou was overcome by weakness shortly before .noon today, .while hi the office of the lioyal Securities Co., and was removed to Hoyal Victoria Hospital in an ambulance' lie tal Just entered the office when he was seen to totter and fell to the floor. No state- mcnt has been given out as to his condition. EXTENSION COURSE ARRANGED FOR AND LETHBRIDGE IS ON THE LIST i I Drer. High River, Macicod Pin All Inquest was held this -morning' Cher Creek, Lethbridge, Tatar and by the coroner, Dr. Bell and jury, con- Medicine Hat. The tat lecture will Sm-llf w FT U ai bD KiVcn at Rc" 0" De- bmall, w. Kaisall, A. Henderson ana ccmbcr the 9th by Dr. Boyle Depart- 1 J. Armour. After viewing the body ment of Pliysics. His subject will be tlie following evidence was taken: its Conduction through I above the car and passed right UlB ser'M concluding at Medicine Hat I through the head, and in his Monday, December 13th. Dr. Boyle it 'was a case of suicitlo. ils thoroughly conversant with his Robert Orkey, who was staying1 suWect an interesting Icclur? i tho deceased man said they had assurccl' remaining lectures, jiv been working together clcarin-" land i? wil1 given after the for the C. P. R. at Mayoolt and were looklng for work at Cranbrook. Just before the affair he and deceased and several others were in the parlor of the Imperial Hotel playing the piano i and singing, when deceased suddenly pulled out his gim, opened the cham ber and snapped out some of the cartridges, and putting the gun to his head, said: "You do not think I will do it." He pulled thc trigger ana de- ceased fell back over a chair. Wit- ness stated that deceased had gone under tha name of Smith and hailed from Paisley, Scotland. Charles Griggs and Frank MacDon- nld, two other men in tho room at the time, corroborated Orkey's evidence 1ME1ENIS CARNEGIE CORPORATION TO PAY J25.000 TO SECURE SERVICES FOR PEOPLE N'civ York, Nov. cx- rcsidcnls of the United States arc o he pensioned in the sum of ach annually by action of the Car- egic corporation of New York to- day. The grant is provided for with the idea of enabling former execu- tives of the nation to devote their improved knowledge gained in public afUJrs to thc public good free from pecuniary care. A .similar amount is to he paid the widows of the ex- presidents as long as they remain un- married. Tile pensions are to be promptly of- fered to the ex-presidents or their widows so that no application will be needed from them. Payments will continue so long as the recipients re- main unprovided for hy ment. OF mm STILL TELLS A PIII1STOW TO EXPLOIT "FRONTIER" TOWNS New York, Nov. set Maugham, the English play- wright, whose plays have been presented in this country by Charles Frohman, arrived here yesterday from Liverpool on tiie Cunard liner .Mauretaula, on his way to Calgary, to find material for a new play which has to do with the English re- mlttance man. Mr. iviaugham also will make a study of the wealthy Englishman, who casts his lot on the frontier. aer e r- alltl wil1 bc duly announc- CONSERVATIVE LEADER WILL SPEND THE WINTER IN CALIFORNIA Hed Nov. The Red Deer BESI SALE OF BONDS SELLER ON The High Standing of Alberta Shown by the Recent Dis- posal of Bonds he intended to commit suicide as he! health corn-pels "him n" tt0, "10 "me tte tended rest from snooting, and that ho was sober. (Special to the Edmonton, Nov. there- cent sale of Alberta bonds in -Lon- lon is one of thc best and most, ad- .'antageous financial deals for., 'this rovince that has ever been made incc the inauguration of Alberta is the opinion of bankers and capital- STRIKE AT CRANBROOK After a few minutes deliberation jury returned a verdict of acci- dental death. poll a l TT g Cranbrook, Nov. A ru- mor was afoot around the town this morning fiat the C. P. R. strike was: oviv, but unfortun-. ateiy for tie .Cranbrookipeople it has turned out'rto' be untrue The situation here remains un-' changed. All the men are still standing firm, but will, no doubt, be glad to resume work when their demands have been [ranted, but not .till tlre-n; Boat Capsized by a Big" Wave-Men Struggled Bravely for Life BODIES UNDER ICE Lethbridge Parties are on_ the I; Scene With Boats Dragging the'Lake In all of 10 year 4 per cent, debentures were sold "at 07 for immediate use, while the highest 'Am- erican big on the same securities was SS.S. This offer was not considered SHERIFF WHO IS ALLEGED TO HAVE TRIED TO GET FALSE AFFIDAVIT Detroit, Mich., Nov. E Bchwitty, sheriff of Marlnette county, wis., and assemblyman-elect from th eame county, was arrested hero las night, and locked up at the Centra police station on a charge of suborn ation of perjury. It is said that Schwltty was arrested in Marinette aome time ago on two Indictments, which alleged that when he took -women or children to the statq Institutions, he charged his county railroad fa-re and other expenses for a matron, but failed to take a matron "With him on these trips. Schwltty is to appear for trial next Monday, and according to Prosecutor James 0. Morgan, of Marinette county, came to Detroit for the purpose of bribing a woman to swear she had accompanied him as matron on one of these occasions. A-woman, who is also held at tho police station, confessed, the official that Sclnvitty paid her 5100 to make an affivdavit to this effect. ties for a few months. Mr. Miehener has worked unremittingly for the past two years, both In business and in the exacting position of leader of the opposition, and under ordinary con- f"