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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. TWELVE PAGES. Lethbridge, Alta., Saturday, November 26, FOR Spaldirig of Winni- peg Paysjpenalty for V Inhumanity STRUCK SHOVEL Gaiician Laborer Resents Treatment of Equine Friend WliihipegXov; A teamster in; the employ of Thomas .Kelly d -tiiis .morning a'iblow on, the back- of bis head inflicted 'by Nicolas Brykasa, a-f .'-fellow '.workmen. The" men quarrelled the. abuse 'of a ibrse by Spalding. 'Words followed and in the height of passion, Brykasa- seized a shovel with which -he struck the murdered man a powerful "blow. Spalding was removed to ;the general' hospital, wiier.e an operation was- performed a -'futile attempt r-fo-save-Jsis- ''B -Kasa, was 'immediately '.placed in '''cus- tody, "and is now held awaiting the f il- .ing" of a" murder 'charge. EDMONTON fAMS NORlli RAILWAY Edmonton; solved 'that the'wisdom of the government, the. Alberta Great .Waterways-.-Hallway contract--should: toe '..cancelled, that immediate''.'''.provision, .should-'be made for the con- struction a railway Into_, the .same, terri- such'; conditions as the may see fit" was resolution passed .unanimously at "a. gen- eral "meeting of the" .Edmonton of "Trade held -this.' evening'to' -discuss .the 'proposed 'cancellation ..of the railway contract.- T" of Premier Cross Bfakes INBllHAPE jor. General Wopd paints Vgloomy. TORONTO-CHURCH: CENSUS" TorontNpv.. Baptists; .Th' tigures represent the-' results., of" the church '-census .of. the city which', was taten-'by- an army of three thousand. worteers on Nov. 12. The net results of- the census indicate that wmic approximately. 9S per cent of the citiseng of Toronto profess to long to .some denomination, many of tnern are not regular attendants "at church: AFTERMATH P PA'V' AT MICHEL MINES Kio, Janeiro, Nov: vessels .of the put to se The'- legisla- rtra'veation; of of the premier- was "bill shall with defeat, on the floor of. 'the read: a' iisless it- -has at. the. .very: opening. of the on-- been distributed to the Ms Waterways -bill' yesterday j members. At leaslioae day previous' n-oqn, on: a .point .of order, raised by apj been: and distributed R.--B... Bennett. Irtterruptihg the One day pre-; mie.r- about to de- .yi'pus 'and mark in support QI the -OTL -the order printed." raised, this point -.of, -order, Bennett, fthjB'-.rterni, least- h cpntenddng that. iHe had iiot'been printed and laid before day! one 'clear day. and: defined- a cle'ar1 day meaning House one Ml -day .before the-- ciear day-excfusiye-1 of the first reading as .provided .lor .by. Rule-- 40 arid last .-aays before tic-, second read- of the He ttereby he -authority of ed; fiit'eeri' raitfutc' skirmish "between council itp" support hiscon- hlmself and- the following, notwithstanding that Bennett Bennett's' read ;tbe and 'brought authori- quick -authorities. The. ties to prove his contentions, Speak- -speaker- was plainly. -taken aback' by er Fisher -.ruled Mm -down, and-jgnor- but asked-' ed his demand for. a record of the of. government1 good -faith, spent the .night outside the" bar, re- turning. to the harbor The; warships are i-stiir 'flying 'the red -flag, -but- the' it- known that .thiese' be .turned; over-'to" tee au- thorities of sur- render, to s'obn. New JD sen ap-. pointed by.. the -mutineers. 1 SNOW' BOUND" EAST Winnipeg, Nov. storm is in progress befe: and extends east into Ontario and'all over'this pro- Xo dela, i to ed Pif the proceed with the' .V4V.- '.-j The-legislative-hall had ed'for hour'with an-audience''; the premier's anhpunce- not necessaryjjo rules. of the "of Commons lied ;o bevond the The Speaker's Rules ,The .prqyincA .oij..Alberta." is iia'bjefto 6ir'oum- 'stances repudiate- that existing "cir- cessary ,'lfiat action'; ia-order.. save- th'e credit of ey ofr'lhe '-'prov- been-issuedT.-lthis bilLis.-plac- edr piCjthe -Jbab'te; pi-- ttiej legislature" of the "country.- that, .expenditure may, These aro .the. are dealt' with lir the-only- things that are proper'sto .-be dealt "with at the think, the feelings be and. tlie. feelings of the aftersTthe-.-' examination, as _ or the1 army7 his annual." the .Secretary of War; are: weak spots he says; the se'f-. J iousVor-. whichris- the" shortage. i'' of Afield 'artillery" General. there- is a- great oif ,'xe-'. -serve, sea, ammunition 'and 'thVSpresent ;rate., .otf 4- -appropriation' bv "congress" will "h, take fifty :y ears "to; ac- a reasonable-supplv coast-defence. .'V.' they these- matters'-as are thoroughly, cognizant of whatJ this matter under "the control ,the the, country.; "I "think .I-..am not -a'skins too .much ot Tampa; rose BennettV Scarcely.; hail' "he 'gained his--.: f eeir; :when: -the- audience were tonishecL-'to see-Bennett also rise. point of -.-Mr." "he said. The audience gasp. _ x. thls '.the-circumstances Speak-er FistojOTled-that-bhe-bill been retailed to -ypiUu ask-" been, before the ing that" of the -rCroiss Opposes 'The -motion: i'Shall ;the house proceed with the the confused murmur of Johnson, of. organizer of ;the tSe the Prbt'ectiy el'.'Com- mittee this morning'and left this-'city. l applauded a his departure >'statements were wired to in which ..'it-. wag. 'allegedthat Johnson had'been pro- .and nays. vigorously -to occasion Premier r j first since yeas have .declared the yet. DOG CARRIED More Police'Required as Drunken For- eigners Cause Disturbances Michel, Nov. week-end was prolific of -police court work. The foreign element-arraigned, before the Bencb. appear to liav'e no respect for law and order. The pay night were dis- gusting and drastic measures ought TO be a'uOpted" I'D Sia-HIp this Out. j.uS acting justices are. always ready to do their part but it is quite impos- Gruesome Incident at for the Corpse Frank, Nov. "man at Believue made a gruesome disco very" yesterday. tie' observed a dog with something in its mouth that'appeared sible for one constable to cope be a bear> a drunken and disorderly rabble. At least two extra constables are requir- ed to patrol the town on pay day> It is to be hoped that the heavy pen- alties inflicted will have a salutary effect and' act as a deterrant in the future to those who are inclined to tick over the traces. Joe Teptor. Emil Teptor and An- ruack were brought .before Justices J. R. Burton and F. J. Burns, charged unlawfully creating a disturb- ance at house ISO and being drunk and fighting" aid alaO lulc 3.1iu disorderly persons or vagrants. They ali .pleaded guilty. Joe Teptor is an old offender and appeared before the beach for the fourth time; he was fined fifty dollars and costs. His son Emil. evidently following the fa footsteps was in court for the second and had to pay thirty-five dollars and costs. Andrew ranik was a first offender' in this respect and as a. warning'was let'off lightly with ten dollars and costs. Rook Denalti was charged with stealing from a fellow workman's tool box, a The Bench strongly commented on'tbis petty thieving and drastic measures are to be adopted to stamp.it out. A fine in this easel of five dollars and costs was imposed. -He, chased the dog and got it to drop the article, and wnen he picked it up'he .was horrified to find it was a, human hand. Cor- poral Bower of the-Mounted Police was in Beltevue at "the time.'- He was notified at once, and. the article'hand- ed over to him. On examination i wss pronouiieeu. uie I woman.' And It is thought that it may be part of the remains of. Mrs.-Con- nelly, who mysteriously disappeared from Believue about eighteen months ago. Corporal Bower Is busy investi- gatirts: the considered by this legislature, com- 1 menced Behtfett, while the'premier into his chair. "The. bill was laid before -.the. House-in printed form until a few minutes after three o'clock yesterday.. w This is in cdn- ir a said Bennett, Bramley tha'U %ponr the I-. address tbe Bouse Sift on: .has ''taken. cliarge. of aifairs, that; I have to .rise- to oppose him -in this., 'that just ;been introduced. "'T'am opposing KAVALINGOT EIGHT YEARS George Kavalia, a graduate of the University, of Athens; Greece, formerly of Leth- bridge, the other-day'at Portland, Oregon, sentenced, to eight Tears'- imprisonment for procuring women for int moral purposes. Kavalin .had.- a restaurant in the Oddfellows'. block, .Fifth street south, sell- ing out and leaving the, city last spring. He was in trouble with the local police several times when he resided here. it CORONATION DELEGATES Melbourne.. Nov. delegates to the corouatio'n next June now will number eighteen.- Twenty- five hundred, pounds has been voted to'pay expenses. DROWNED IN CROSSING RIVER CLEVER GA; ur customary to-take-a replied the speaker. i'JRuIe -S3. .says that where two mem hers ask for a count it shall be tak- Bennett. "It is not the cus- tom :in the House of de- clared the speaker, while Mr. O'Brien moved that Bennett be allowed to go down'-; stairs to the library and get Hansard. "Finally, however, the premier was allowed "to speak. The Premier Proceeds His-introduction of G-. W. bill to the House was as follows "Mr. Speaker, in moving a second reading of Bill No. 64, I approach the few remarks that I am going to make wlt-h.a feeling 'of seriousness in re- ;to be a serious question and one that ,the members in Ihis House are justi- fied in dealin-g with a serious way. "The circumstances connected with the railway company with which this bill deals are well known to the pub- lic; they have been discussed for the -last six or eight months, they have been investigated, they have been talk ed of and of and it will be absolutely unnecessary for me to go into, any detStilfd st-i.t-einsBt ence has already taken place and what lias already been done in re- gard to this company. It has been a seriously discussed-fact that the peo-; pie connected with this railway com- pany were oi limited means and .that lest to. Governor son-had- been in months and the Jnvbfy1 ing; nearly 1000-. workmen, is! 'attributed to. him.; With the increased strained conditions- existing as a, result. of the the 'bill itself-1 'feeling :eans :tliac railwav !0 -r___: practically means '-'tliic railway will not into the try, or at least, that-its building will be postponed indefinitely. I'..propose (-Continued on page. CJ.R.LETfl8RIDGE DEVELOPMENT It is said that preparations are being made, by Montreal people who are said to repre- sent Canadian' Northern' inter- ests, are planning to sink'coal shafts, west ;pf .Kipp and west of the properties of the Leth- 'bridge Collieries .Co. Test were sunk some months' ago and the machinery all re- moved, but the reappearance on ,the scene of tie parties under whose direcuons the 'bores were. made, is probably the cause of the rumor. against him has been growing.. STRIKERS MOT IN WINDY CITY Garment. Workers Mixed Up in Serious Shooting Affray -t. J _ That bbna-fidef if-: tfiey Sundays" Day opinion, aste-nigh cases, werey morning for infractions; ;hrec-of.- Long ;Chow: 'J ert arc-- 'j and 3 i; present. 46'-. represent" 1. J..- Camerpii. cases to 'fight i gr p'und