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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Lelhbridge, Alberta, Friday, November Number 201 MOOSE HAVE FLOOR SPACE FLEETWOOD SCHOOL WAS FORMALLY OPENED COME HERE TO-STAY That was the Keynote at Big Organization Meeting OFFICERS ELECTED IS TAX NOT WANTED North Ward Electors Op- Evil Up Again Old sores were touched and new made at last- night's mewling ofjand Minister of Education Unable to Attend but Program Otherwise Carried ou as Announced., Description of Fine Building. Tribute .to Mr. Fleetwood 'as souvenirs, tho artistic cov which was'designed by Miss Her Nimmons. Regret was expressed at the i Some of the Principles for Which the Order "Put on yotsr old red bonnet with ttiii white ribbons on it, (Ami vr'l! liiiuli ihc Moo.se up to the system. But .iliJiougli the rest may holler 'You can hct your bottom dollar That. the Moosu hare come to slay th. "Pre.-.tatav. of J. R. UK oflicors elected to guide the ihe North Kuiepityers1 As- sociation. Thc main question brought; up ,U (lie meeting was Hit- ijucslion of single titv. The recent action of Ihc city council in this miittur docs not seem to exact ly meet tlie ul of the people ol North Lcthhridgu, iiml at tin; meeting Mr. Peebles made P .strong speech in opposition io the Mis were marked socialistic iiliJan. Mr. PcL-blcs' address was much along the .lines of Ihc letter which appeared over his -signature in a recent issue 0[ the Her- ald. Mis main ground for opposing the adoption of single tux was con- trtiin'd in ilin question, "If single tax is such a good thing, why did not thc people of-the States, where it igh unio :l has bscil ior, a time, ig it inlo force lung ago It was thought that the old ques- tion of segregation was to lie tabooed >le of the i TliM O'i'.lit'llows' Hull last evening, from the hour of eight o'clock until somewhat past midnight, bore con- clusive thai thc Moose had cornij herd to stay. We hundred applicants were admitted tht! secret.-; and mysteries of the Loy- al Order oi Moose; which was formal- Tho opening of the Fleetwood Pub-'of thn KlcDlwood school. This was lie school took place thi.s afternoon followed by the chairman's address lit half-past, three o'clock. Ik-twecn from Stewart, M.P.I1., who in tin! hours of three and thruu-lliirty .conclusion, presented Chairman Fleet- school was thrown opwi for in-j wood with the keys of tlie new scho0l ability of the minister of cducatio iu Ilia public. A grual many a Canadian flay for the school. Hon. C. H. Mitchell, to attend, b' larcnts availed themselves of the Klectwood in accepting those the- the lion, gcntlcnran -was detained 1 xjrtunity Of looking through the vur-.'iiicnlos, uxprcsscd his appreciation of the pressure of departmental busines Otis class rooms and other appoint- the honor done him, and his belief incidental to the opening of the leg! r.cnl.s of the handsome new .school that tltc new school would perform laturs next week. The minister sen admiration of the con- its duly in cultivating the patriotism a letter of regret and expressed f-truction. The programme opened of the pupils. .'appreciation of tlie progress this cit thc children's 'chorus "Greeting Brief addresses were rfelivcri.'d by is making along educational lines, to ihc rciulurud hy thc pupils Dr. Oalbraifh, Mr. K. I1..-Wallace of 'ihe school hoard, and by several past clminnon, including Mr. C'onybcarc, ,s well as the H. ft rof jn ,lnnd5'of lies- some of the North Letlibridge people, once time, of the local lodge for the first KQ u was .wielded to thc full term, which will close at the end of ,n0iL; last night. Charges against the year are as follows Past die- city police, and other civic officials ilictntor, H. were flying about like hailstones. W. Bu-jThcy were merely a re-iteration oE tutor, E. S. Severston Chan; prelate, .1. J. Dougall sec- remarks .passed at "a sinriTafmecT' rctary, Harry 0, fiosmau jnB some time ago, with Uio differ- G. H. AVngslcswortli sergcant-at- encc ihat last night they were hand- WIFE SLAYER PAID THE COST Beattie Went to Electric Chair Early Morning Richmond; Va., Nov. 24, Henry Clay jr., was electrocuted in Ihu State I'cnitcniiary today al 7.23 a.m. One minute after the shock lit was pronounced dead. He went to the death chair unshaken, and al- though entreated by his spiritual -ad- visers to confess to the murder of his wife last -Junu, smiled in dissent. Ho his guilt. Rev, JTvijji Fix, pastor of thc Pres- on pafc J. D. ITiginliothnin, local gentlemen. During afternoon the pupils Tendered other choruses with great spirit. The. girls, under tlie direction of Phy- sical Instructor. Filmer, presented a very effective1 drill, which aroused much admiratioh, and at the conclu- sion of the programme refreshments were served bV-thc ladirs oi St. Cy- prian's. Musical selections were ren- ilercd during the-luncheon time by the Misses Nimmpns, Davy, Telfer, and Ua-icH, of thc .Public school staff. The visitors were presented with booklets GERMANY IN A chur of which young Beat- F.. Lundy inner guard, B. cd out wi S Martin? tftil rt Dr.yrullor. G; .Smith, E mgel, irub V Ohon, one ol thc alUernianic picfacnl, and outlined nriutir on the thl'ee Platfonn He ;vas asked where he P.nclpes, punty, wd and progress. regard to J heae .three excellent watchwords are- nilfj in first In consideration, but all the Idcala of a first class fraternal order are embraced within the obligation that applicants take in becomine. l io tllc A. Oil more, another of, the alder- little more bittcncss the social evil, reply stated tliat the best thins; to do was'to have them con- trolled by-thc Chief of giving tie was a mcinhcr and of which the older Beat-tie is officer, appeared at thu prison long before dawn. With1 prayers and entre lit. 11 u--t. W fa crime "To go befoie join maker with he upon lips exhorted thc pas-- tor, "is sacrilege speak Beattie smiled fimth but doggorih shook Ijis Ffe obdurite Ijater when isked bv J imcs B Wood supcriiilciident of the prison, if he had anything to say before thc scn- MOOD What Has Great Britain to Say About It CorBpiie, Nov. Secre- tary Von KIderlm'nacchters explan- ation le-ues no doubt thit a Gerimn English clash was imminent accord- ing to an apuarentl> inspired dcspitch from Beiun In the'Cologne Gazette, which The iictite crisis IB piss ed, but the situation remains grave. Germany awaits wRh even greater tension Great Britain's coming order was founded in Louis--manic also-addressed the tcncc o[ tlie law carried out, he pianallon.. Unon this will depend the Tillc, ICy., April 12, 188S, and its pro-: meeting, and in Ihe coiiiso of his re- gress to a great organization has marks was asked the same question, been steady ami thorough It is not; answering that he thought that they a class organization, being open to'should be moved outside the city lirii- nl'i good white mala citizens fn sound wind and body. It displays the right when It admits to its ranks those ivho cannot qualify physically and who liavo passed the age limit, st a nominal fee, They Care for the Living The Moose believe that the time to speak the. kin d 1 y word and to mmis'ler to humanity's wants is whon ,men living. Tlie belated "He was a good fellow" -will tint orlnp n fmilc to the 'man's facfl nor wiil It buy n loaf of bread for the widow. Tho Moose are the clan whose blood circulates. Their cardinal vJrtn-e is to inject sunshine info dark places. They arc not Saints, hut they lend Unto the Lord for they give unto the poor. Field County.-' Shroud. There arc hungry CharactflrUtics Among Ihe -chief chanicteris-Mcs of tho Loyal Order of Moose is Us orig- its, where the Mounted Police would have control. They had done so sat- isfactorily In the past and would .do so in future if necessary, ire said that in his opinion there was a con- tinual selling of liquor going on -in was not shaken in his determination' relations of the tw0 countries in the to take his secret with, him to the future.. Germany is reluctant to be- gi'avc. jlieve in the possibility of war without In the downpour of rain the twelve :a real rjuestion being at issue, but wif.nessos to the execution toiled 'ftte events have spoken only too through thc murky dawn up tile hill j clearly." from which the penitentiary looks down upon the city. They quickly marshalled and LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE Queenstown, Nov. Is stated DAVID KING IN FIGHT TO STAY Mr. Nelson, to run for New Candidates Mr. David King speaking to thc Herald this afternoon stated poaitlvi ly that he was in the mayoralty fgiht to stay. He is prosecuting n vigorous campaign and hopes to be elected, but whether elected or defeated he IB in the field -to stay until the last bal- lot is counted. No definite announcemnet Of candi- dates from the south side has yet been made in spite" of the-fact that nomluation day is little more than a weejt off." There IB more than a prob- ability that both .Mayor Adams and Goode the IJtlte intmpt'baV b.een tak- the' ofeeUori for school trustee. However, R. P. Wal- lace definitely his candi- clatUTe today.. Sir. Wallace has serv- etl on the board a year, nnd'has a good grasp of the affairs, so that his candidature is looked up- on, with general favor. W. J. Nelson is also in the field. He made his announcement this morn- Ing, although he has had the matter under consideration for some Unit> Mr, Nelson will make a popular can- didate and being one of the beat known men In the city is sure of strong support i There are three vacancies on the not be before every camp HERE TO FIX PRICE OF COAL Coal Operators Meet in Lethbridge Filling up This is the day on which trie price jf coat (or thc coming winter will he Ixcd.: This morning's train from he West brought in Lewis Stockett, ircsident of the Western Coal Opci'a- Association, J. 'K. Cram, Coie- man JJ. Whitcsides, Blaiimore V. G. Smith, Corbin, W. R. Wilson, and H. F. Frank, ill superintendents in charge pi nines at those points. They, are neuting today in the offices of the A. 1. .k I. Coal Co., and with P. L. they will go over the husi- ess of the association in_regard-to WANT A BULK SALES ACT PASSED Board of Trade Council Will Memorialize the Legislature HAIL INSURANCE Hope Entertained That a Satisfactory System Will be Evolved he effect of the strike "on their in- erests, and arrive at certain deci- which will guide their transac- tors as an association in future. Naturally, most important uestion from a pub He standpoint ,w. their in regard to the rice to be paid by the public for oal. If, is well 'known that the in- rease in wages to the miners as esult of the strike was in the neigh- orhood of six per cent., although in onie camps there was a slight reduc- in some of the contract sched- es. It is therefore likely that coal advance in price to the extent o[ hout twenty-five cents per ton roughout the whole district. It may ary to some extent according to the cation of the mine, but it is known lat the operators have found it n'e- to make this advance :iiror- er to protect their interests. Nothing definite has ,as :yet. vcn out .if to their decision regani- g rhalocal coal iMpply, .-but it is e twuiti-fne ccntii per ton At thfs te coal at.iho mines here will cost e dealers and will likely lie livcred ui the rate of 54.50 n lots or for single ion pr- This is twenty-five cents in a'd- nce of the prices paid last winter, o coal has been placed on the local irket, but it is expected that the pnly will be plentiful conimencing th the beginning of the week. Hen art: coming.back to the mines all through thc district, and it will the houses which ought A delega council at conducted, single file, through the i board for which three men, R. P. Wallace, W. J. Nelson and Dr. Thomp- son have announced their candidat- ure. It is hardly likely however that in the- segregated area, i to he eliminated. i gates of steel bars to the chamber here today tlmt -the proposed new the election will go b j whore Beattie was to offer his atonc- ion will wait on'the Therc wns conversation. liner for the White Star llno-wlll although n0 other names have been provided amonp other things with mentioned in connection with Iho va- golf links and a cricket crease. She Future date to protest In thc death chamher tlie voice oi agamsl the floor la.v which is to he heard, plainly introduced in the nnw system Of tax-j reildinS io the doomed man the final ntion adopted by tho council oil Tucs- isummOJis. The warden's voice seem- day. [ed to the witnesses inlemiinalilc. Tn Hercaflfir the assnrijiijoii will h0ld I compliance with the law oc- its meetings: pn Tuesday oveniiu n brfef then with stead of Thursday, stMd of Thursday, oveninj, and abide nevtl, HK'tlio between them the deputy and' at the Mieir progress toward There are no Moose in Pottert I lnenlinK lira mayoralty can- ,.0 didales will ta asked to address the _ follow North Luthliridfrp electors. inality and progrcflslvenesa. does not, The VVELLAND VETERAN DEAD Wo.land, Onl., Nov. Ball died here aged years. Ho was .Public school Inspector of Wcllam! launches out ataUt IiC' n h' a widow, one son and three daughters. lisheii by Siipt. ctacted, a signal was. given which plunged thc death cham- ber inlo hlacknpss save for a single light immediately over the chair. Later :l signed confession, witness- ed hy two ministers, was madii Ileaitic acknowledged the crime is to he named the Gigantic. 4 41 4 41 HEAR KUBELIK TONIGHT S5- Heats for fhe Kubelik recital tonight at the Majestic theatre onn be obtained at the box office of Uie theatre or at Uochon's. A portion of the balcony will be two dollarg, also a few at ono dollar. As this is ono of the 'greatest events of the s-eason the tick- ets will be in biff demand to- -night, Tho prices .have been so arranged that overyone can be able to hear the world's greatest violinist. unions nnd homes Tor wido' and orphans. The Loj'nJ Order of Moose does not tolerate interference with one's re- ligions or political views. Political or RwrlnrlaH discussions are not coun- tenanced in tho lodge rooms, but pat- obedience (o equal rights and respect for llio opinions of others Is instated upon. Aid The Loyal Order of Moose is nn nfd to itg members. If misfortune? eity for a....... cancios. QUEBEC IN THE BIG HIGHWAY SCHEME Montreal, Nov. J. C. Knine provincial minister of public works, who returned today from the good roads congress at Richmond, Va., and announced that thc international high- way from Miami .Florida to Montreal, the Canadian cud of which is termed thc King Edward highway, would be extended to Quebec and later to HI- monski with a possibility of Itn con- tinuation further down through the province. in the strike district will Have its full quota of men ab work, ,A large I number of thc men who. were .out on strike had taken jobs, in thc woods for the vrinter, but since thc opening of the mines (hey have dropped their cant-hooks and come hack to tliclr old places to lake up 'in. the pits once more. As a result the lum- ber ir.g interests suffering from a shortage of men for the present at least. The local mines have had two shifts working for the past two or three drays, but it some time before they an; raising as much coal as was thc case before Ihe strike. How- ever, each shift is working in a dif- ferent part of the mine, and develop- ment work will soon have reached such a stape that the will once more reach normal. It is belief of the operators SHRINERS TO DANCE Calgary, Nov. Board ol Trade will a great extent responsible for .the introduction ol two very important bills at tho coming session Al- bert legislature, a Bulk Sales', and an act regarding compulsory hail insurance. The former u now under consideration by the whole- sale section of the Board of Trtito; and a petition is being circulated among the' wholesalers asking that a bill similar to that in force in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan and British' Col- umbia be passed preventing; the sale in bulk of retail merchants' stocks sales companies who sell it off'and either abscond with or pay Uie wholesalers only a small per- centage of the amount owed by the retailer. The matter is being taken up by the boards at Edmonton and Calgary, and there is little doubt that their efforts will be successful. The other matter is thy question of iail insurance which tins been under the notice of thc board here for some time. A letter was read at last night's meeting of the council from P. AUJ.P. for Stettier, stat- ing that such a bill could not be m- troditced bv a private member, but government He slated, however, thai he would like the. views of the people of. Southern Alberta in order that the statute might be such, when passed', as would be acceptable to all parts "of the province. As the Asso- ciated Hoards of Trade are handling the matter, the letter was referred to them. There ia no doubt, bowevtr, that a bill will be brought in by the govern- ment regulating the matter of'hail insurance. Some time ago Hon. Dun- can Marshall stated to Secretary Manwaring that a bill i of construction, and would intro- duced by the government. The Asso- ciated Boards will do all in their power to have the hill framed W keeping with the views wktatt been'advanced through the Board from time to.time. A tetter oh subject was also read frqnT L. S. Rfpley and Co. who some time ago wrote one of the Minnesota hail in- surance companies regarding their method of carrying on hail Insurance, in which it was stated per quarter section was the maximum for which ihey would insure, as private company. Another matter of great in which has been under discussion by the wholesale section of the board seems to be nearly solved. They baft complained about the delay in in- specting bonded cars, due to the fact' thai the district will shipping' a. that thc Cllsl coill hy the end of December ns: Ualgary, Nov. Stlriner.1' mm-n coal ny run cmi oi ueceraner on announce a biff oercmonhil reception before April .first, and they have lit-[ track in tront o, Customs. offlM and ball to be held In Calgary. Dec. tic doubt that ihc coal shortage in'i r _ b btfore heinS spotted on the tb and 7th (Continued on page SUPERINTENDENT CAMERON ASSURES LETHBRIDGE OF-SPLENDID SERVICE Trnl Iliere Is to ho a change in tlw here in thc spring would be to widen nlr. and ho hoped Hint thr gary comlns in on lira ovcning tmins IjOtbbl'fdBe dnpot accommodation dur- ing -tbfi coming year wns assured hy Siipc-rinlendont Cameron, nt ingvthc pnsEWnger Irains in on the ni'-'lrt'B mentlng of the Trade ntnln lino inntcad of on a siding, a; Council. The wns in Is thu case at present, lit. Ciimoron plal-forni ot Iho depot, making company would thus be able to oior-. from tho north. Wbon tlrey transfer necessary alterations by bring- come one of tho moro Btrflmiono com- at Mnclooti coming east, they In tho ig spotted on the warehousi tracks tot unloading. This action generally requires a delay of II or more, often to logs of wholesaler, especially in the of fruit. The matter was tata up by the customs' authorities with Ottn- with llu result that two new tn'sn 'have been added to the staff hen within tin- last ilnv or so, an'l ;ir. Carmangay Express Regarding tho bettenncnt.. o' ___.........------ on Aldernyde branch. Plaints repardins the service which'majority of coses find that the day'which has recently been .put-Into com i .aw stafcs that be able to yrt nrlann at this point. !coaches arc filled to capacity, so thai mission, Mr. Cameron was of the op-, itisllcct the bonded freight on ihe Too Ambitious a Scheme jit is a case of Bland or pay the full Inlou that for a new line tho ran Ice warehouse tracks in future. Supt. Some mention was mado hy P. W.'three dollars for the privilege of rid- was all that could he exported purpose of "aid that in his opinion a great deal brother.. If sicloioss or ncci amending Ilio council meeting, hav- of the congestion on Ihc station itfat- to time at least. There Is now a m- daily, but he had no hesIlaUon jcouncll that R, G. distrlrl Ths Rilual {Piieeengcr agent from Cnlgnry N'o fraternal order possesses a more jbave bepn present also, hut he ther trouble in ovorcmniiiH It. would require the [this undesirable feature In tha GT- more men. but. advised the Board, to taijc- tpomlful or ennobling ritualistic cere- Curing the day (hat he would ho boards to he placed on Ihe'Iralns in- Istirvlres of loast four mony, nnd to witness thc portrayal jabli; Io hut would te. pleased idioatlng dlrcriion. The ucuos-U'lth a illation mar.tor, an ,.........................v..., ..nd the addod !tho matter tip with Mr, McXollic, who l-ramjn lo M'e iwveral matters up for this will be more than over- (expense would therefore he prohibit-j by placing an additional day cr.aob saying that, in tho spring, -when ness on that lino became a litclo more brisk, as he certainly expected it would, If the country through the line passed u-as any-ihing as prosperous as the C. find B. line, th.i v-flll worth Initiatory fee. The obllsallons arc simple and beautiful, and are such that no man need hesi- tate. Then: Is no "horsn "play" In the Moose ritual. (Continued on back the Roard on tils first visit Io the cMy, Megiirding the itlntiou accommoda- flou, Supeilnl.endftiil Cameron confirm ed (he report published In Hie Herald Bonn; time ago. that one of the first contracts the U.P.It, would undertllkti come In the spring, when the com- pany will have the tracks at