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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta lilt TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald v _____________- i LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1909. .C. ELECTIONS CAUSE OF DEBATE Appointment of Lieut- Governor Dicussed ACQUITTED Of Murder Charge Catflc Stealing Case At Macleod Macleod, Nov. After two days trial John Kulczychi accused of the murder of. Angus Rine, was acquit- ted by jury. The accused was ably defended by Mr. Colin McLeod. for 15 minutes Ottawa, Nov. 26.-It was the of the Opposition to cheer today. The i night Conservative sweep in British Co Him- TO the many who heard rue case bia was the cause and when J. D. !the verdict was somewhat of a sur of New uEder- took to charge the Government with victgd of manslaughter. rewarding ardent Liberal campaign- j Macleod, Nov. The time of the province with high offices1 the court has been oy i the case of the King vs. Baillie on a charge of cattle stealing. The case has. excited great interest amongst ers in of emolument he was given a recep tion that shook the chamber. Taylor remarked that he saw in the ranchers as it has brought to Ugnt press reports that there was an elec- the illegality of selling-Seattle, not tion in British Columbia yesterday, causing renewal of cheering. He commenced by referring to a question he put some days ago as to whether any member of the government, had when received a resolution in which the he tfiat it was some one else's British Columbia Liberal Association times, scaffold. Life was at 7.15, I3i minutes after the drop fell, which is a record breaker. FOREIGNERS ARE i lie i section has been incorporated in the law prohibiting the acceptance of any free service, frank or ticket. A vio- Nov. Oct. 31 the theft of a Dominion Express package was reported from Thp monev was! tions. Many newspapers Sask. ihe money was appointmeilt of Premier Saionji. abstracted by some unknown thiel ot Marquis or Marquis QuatsutoL the office in the C.P.R. station. No jt was learned that the plot to as-, time, but sasinate .Prince Ito originated in ,VI- to always adivostock, and search is being made incidents as the for conspirators. NATURALIZED of this provision not only con- five depart- Special precautions were taken by j Five Departments Nov. 26.-The reg- last night in view of The law provides for the division of j istrar's branch of the Sccre- _ A> ?___ :-_ >J vs. f j. _ fyrrf: aSlitOHUUlVJ. O.U lUit j Opposition said there should not he ance of a plot to dynamite the jail.! Accounts and Finance. discrimination of that character, Four extra constables were on j Public Safety. A and the government might furnish duty M nothing occurred to disturb houses for the other leading civil ser- anyth Sheriff Varin of kSll 000 to complete the building of_rumors that the prisoner was a Black j aii municipal affairs m a residence for Dr. King, the chief Hand and-the .Italians were coming mcnts as tollows: -astronomer at the observatory. The into" town in large numbers in pursu- PuWic Affairs. Streets and Improvements. Parks and Public Property. vants just as well as for Dr. King. There was a question of estimated cost, of the residence and Mr. Meighen clashed with the minister, Mr. Pugs- TEnCENTENARY MEDALS TO BE PRESENTED Quebec. Nov. members of; the Battlefields committee ,met at thc ber Each of these departments is under j j. Q{ a constant supervision of the commission, for a mem- the law _______ the provides that the commissioners shall 1 Sir j. George Garneau. devote their entire time to tne Chair chairman presiding. The chief work j t of the city and maintain offices for Portage La Prairie Mclntyre pulled Mr. by stating that it was. an underlying principle of parliamentary debate that the word of a member must be nave accepted} without reserve. Mr. Mei- prominent moved to reduce the vote of to complete the residence for prjnce of Wales. Governor General Dr.' King by and on division ot- Canada, the Lieutenant Governor of this was defeated by 64 to 42. The Mint There was some discussion on the item of for the refinery and equipment of the Royal Mint which developed into a general talk about the mint proper. Mr. Fielding stat- ed thatt'it was hoped at first to avert the building of a refinery, hut it was found.necessary to build one. The mint will issue Canadian gold prefer-' _________ ably, as much as can be secured.! _ Gold coins of and will Parry Sound, Nov. 26.-By. an cv- be minted and the question is plosion of acetylene gas at the Ma- being considered "as whether a r-ne Department factory here yestcr- goM piece to the size of English half day. Jas> KeiT, an employee. JXKSI-- from which he died fnvx Ottawa votes hours: after, ,and A. Jones, foreman, for in .Nova Scotia vas so seriously fcjured that, his re- Prince Edward Island, totalling covcry js: doubtful. -JTe has not rc- passed. After passing sev- covcred-' consciousness- and it is The House 'M. .Brais, ,agent of thc Marine Dc- f at the city hall- The mayor is sup- SiX j crintendent of the department of pub- Tercentenary festivities and j affairs, been presented to the most! figures in the great cele- Medals were awarded as tary of States Department, shows that during 1908, 731 persons were re-admitted to thc. nationality. This num- ber is double that of any pre- vious year. Of these United States heads the; list with nine thousand naturalized, Australia next with 3982. Only two Doukhobors were natural- ized, but Galicians took out their papers, Rus- sians, Anstrians, and Italians. '.dates the agreement.- Policemen or firemen in uniform, are exempted. Public service corporations are de- pendent upon the city as a whole for their franchise grants: After an or- designating rights and ro- i strictions, has been passed, it must submitted to a. vote and approved a majority before it becomes ef- suspicion of the express officials rest- on James Malley, a C.P.R. oper- Strath-burg. Malley resigned with the railway the and after, remaining a day or two'at Strathburg, left quiet- ly for the west. It was found upon investigation that he- had deposited a. considerable sum of money to his cre- dit at Moose Jaw and that the ac- count had afterwards been sent to JIMMY TWO HEY GONE His Friends Have Not Heard Anything of Him Since a Week Ago Wednesday Medicine Hat Nov. News says: Jimmy Twohey, who has, been employed as a tailor by the firm of Co.. since last, March, mys- teriously disapeared on Wednesday of last week and no trace of him has since been discovered- Nothing was- thought for a doy or two of his non- appearance at work, but towards tne A re limited .towers A Although the aftairs of the city art distinctly divided into ments it mrst not- be that 'th, 'superintendent He did not go directly close of the week, Mr. Elliott became 'but doubled on his trail before anxious and placed the matter in the i 4. r bands of the police. Enquiries were j finally turning up at his former iramediately set on foot nothing j in Kcmpville. He then crossed the, jjas yet to give a clue to boundary to New York state. j the missing man's whereabouts. I j f P t> It is understood that Twohey is a five depart-j Special officer Andrews of the C.P- lvictim of peculiar lapses Jf memory understood j I i. secret service was placed on SOInething of that nature and left of c-ach given latitude is-ley's trail and kept fully informed as; Swift Current to come to in his whereabouts. iHat in a somewhat similar manner his particular branch of the city's (Continued on Page Quebec. Sir Louis .lette at that time premier of that province, the Mayor i of Quebec. The commission will meet again tomorrow morning. FATAL EXPLOSION AT PARRY SOUND to the way in which' he has now pull- ed his freight out of the Hat. On of foul IN THE HERALD CONTEST The arrest of Malley was effected on Nov. 10 at Tupper Lake, New no suspicions state. He was taken to Kempville are entertained, and from there was taken back to j Jimmy was a general Strathburg where on Tuesday last; he appeared before Magistrate and j made confession that he had commit-! STRUCK GEORGE ted the crime. He was sentenced to WITH A SHOVEL The George Stefanik of Staffordville, is favorite ar- ound tow nand was a popular mem- ber of the 21st Hussars band. _ four'years in the Regina jail, j company recovered about of the money. NO. DISTRICT Letnbridge: One Diamond Ring One Gold Watch One Morris Chair all the City erf IS ti'ott frr the provincial legislature. certanwd. 4 One Writing Desk. One Suit Cast. One Silk Umbrella MISS VIVIAN GIBSON MISS OLIVE DAVIES MISS HANNAH MISS MINNIE LAVERICK MISS VIRA DOWSETT G. KILNER ARTHUR HUMPHRIES MISS ROSE HEATHER.................- ,MISS BESSIE CRONKHITE............. MISS HAZEL CLINE MISS WINNIP HARRISON................1.025 MISS EDNA C. CHARLES MISS'MARGARET SMITH MISS SUSAN GILLESPIE MISS ROSE MISS EDITH PROUSE MISS MARY SIMPSON DISTRICT NO. all surrounding towns find territory outside of Lethbridge: One Diamond Ring One Writing Desk. j Ojjo Gold Watch One Suit Case. j One "Morris Chair One Silk Umbrella j MISS MARY L. SUNSTRUM, Blairmore MISS ETHEL M. McKAY, Cranbrook, B. C. MISS SUSAN WITBECK, .Raymond, Alta. A. A. COW IE, Cardston, Alta.............. 1'110 MISS ARLIE HUDSON, Purple Springs, Alta. MISS LIBBIE HOLLINGER, ;Medicine Hat MISS ANN J E TOMFOHR, Milk River, JAMES H. CAMPBELL, Macleod, MISS VILDA MATSON, Spring Coulee, Aft.'.. J. BUTLER STONEY, Lethbridge Post Offiet JAMES GREAVES, Medicinu Hat, E. J. DUFFIELD, Spring Ridge, MISS MARY BENNETT, MISS GRACE ROBINSON, Fcrnic WM, E. SIMPSON, Mt88 EDITH SINCLAIR, Medicine Hat MISS JEAN DOBBIE, Pincher Creek. MRS. 0. E. COTTON, Claresholm vMISS GOLDA WING, MISS MAE SO1CE, Warner in the hospital, the result of a blow on the head alleged to have been struck on the head with a shovel by George Fermos, a fellows-worker in the mine. Fermos was" arrested for as- sault and the case was remanded till next Wednesday. W. C. Ives is ap- pearing for the prosecution and W. C. Simmons for the defense. _ Saskatoon, Nov. Licensed Victuallers Association of Saskatoon met last night in Dulrnage Hall aud about forty-five were present. The meeting was long and many len-gthy views on different subjects were dis- cussed. It was not the object of the association to protect the liquor deal who violates the law but to er their influence to get rid of such.inr dividuals connected with the trade and have a legitimate bar trade car- ried on. The idea of organization is to bring the hotel men in closer touch with each otherl An important idea which intends "to, bring forward at next meeting is licensing of bar ten- ders. This has been adopted in 'Al- TROUBLE STILL ON AT WINNIPEG Winnpeg, Nov. street rail- company are still battling with undiminished energy to supply the city with a proper power and light although everything; 'at.. the seai of trouble is still iii a of "great uncertainty the local sitna-7" tion is being improved. The direct- ors were in session all morning and berta'with good ;'results. this afternoon are conferring with the city council. GLEICHEN FEELS WARM Glenchen, Nov. is indignation in Gleichen because'of the action of the provineiaf authorities in quarantining a hotel here for an alleged case, of smallpox. Gleichen has only two hotels and with one closed, the transients arriving -at night have a hard time finding ac- commodations. ;