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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbridge, Thursday, October Number "251, ALFOR ELMYRA DEITZ REGOVE Ashlattd, Wis., Oct. 5i Elmyra Deiix will recover according-to the statement of Chief Surgeon Dodd. of St. .Joseph's Hospital. The gunshot wound thiough her body is draining well. Her fever is only a little j normal, but she'is nervous and wor- C 1 V 1 A JJwaoV k-r has one or thc best J'oonis OplendlCl AddreSS by JJr.; in the hospital and has the best of care. She has shown no vindictive- i ness although loyally defending her' father. The oi'itT of Manager Keru- oi tbe St. Paul Opera'House to i on thc stage is said to have brought the jfjrst laugh to her lips since she'was wounded. Spokane, Oct. got the trophy for the best state or provincial exhibits. We are after the Congress and Exhibition for 1932. Hon. Dun- can made a rattling speech in the convention today, promising strong financial, aid from, uie Alberta. night. .Most have decided to spend government for. -Lethbridge for 1912, j an extra day here.. We have engaged and giving a strong- invitation. Hon. i space at the -big Chicago International W. R. Motherwell, of Saskatchewan, I Exhibition in DeCem-ber and will place i also supports us.' We will get it sure, i an exhibition there instead of at Co- j The excursion party came in last! THE ONLY BLOT ON RECORD Emma Drake and Dr. Shearer VALUE OFTHE HOME! Legislation is Needed to Remedy Existing Evils A good sized audit-nee gathered in Knox c-hgrch yesterday afternoon to hear question discussed by j Dr. Emma Drake, of Denver, Col.. I and J. B. Shearer, B.A., D.D., of j Toronto, Ont. Rev. Shearer occupied the chair and called on Dr. Drake to ad- dress the meeting first. j Dr. Drake mentioned the fact that! thc pcoplcv who gather -to hear the Purity League speakers are not those who need the talks the most, as" they arc .already, interested in the sub- ject arid have; thought the matter ov- er. Sex teaching of children has. been sadly .neglected. One of the best ways j of educating the children along these; lines is to "supply them with instruc- j tive literature. To be able to do this libraries should be established, composed of instructive" books per- taining to sexual knowledge. Pamphlets containing the names of a number of .suitable -books were dis- tributed to those wishing them. Every community'should have par- cut's meetings discuss, the prob- lems of the-children. Thc fathers INCREASE IN CLEARING HOUSE RETURNS 1 CAMERON IS COLEMAN'S MAYOR The Lethbridge Clearing House figures for" the week ending this morning were an increase over the figures of last week of Last week's fig- ures were 4-1 i i jwas elected mayor by a majority of votes over his -opponent, D. S. (Special to the Herald) Uoieman, Alberta, Oct. first civic elections were held in Coleman today. AS a result Alex Cameron T ON CROW LINE Work at Fernie-New Steel Being Laid (Special to the.Herald) Oct. P. R. are engaged in extending the. yard tracks should interest-themselves in the Feraie yards'northward .as far and not leave everything to as the tower house at crossing the mothers, as is usual. If .these. parents1' meetings were held there would be fewer, children found on the; streets at. night, learning .things 'that should'be taught in a. different, by their parents. Dr; Shearer SJpeaks chairraanv-theii .introduced.. Dr.. of the G. Of. tracks, and as. far'-'to the south as the site of the; new round house, which is to be installed. here as soon 'as weather.. conditions. will permit. Hysiop. Out of .ten candidates" for councillors tbe following were elected: Sam Shone, J. 0. McDon- ald, Kobert Holmes.- H. W. Clarke, A. James. Mayor .Cameron's victory wag a popular one and. under his guidance the new town of Coleman is sure to mate great strides in the future.' The town band serenaded him tonight Im- mediately after the reception had been tendered to the newly elected mayor the electors had the pleasure 'of lis- tening to excellent speeches' delivered by the civic rulers from the balcony of-the Coleman Hotel. POLITICIANS IN Winnipeg, Oct. 6. ,The Telegram publishes .the 'following' despatch from: These tra-ck extensiohs will. in- {'.Victoria, B. unique spectacle j crease the nearly dou-i in "Cariadfan- 'politics" "of. a" 'stand-up bl.e ..the present- caacity7J thus --reliev- %bt between a Dominion cabinet min Mhovha- ust arrived on the- [bl.e present- capacity7J thus --reliev- 1 is o'clock' ..train. condition in which ister and a [DENT OF CONGRESS ELECTED bpoHane, Oct., argument against the "Present System of Na- tional (iOnseryation" was outlined in the address of 'Congressman F. W. Aiondell, of Wyoming, president of the Dry Farming Congress, speaking on "Dry Farming and Its Relation to the public land which was read the session today.. f J. H. Worst, president of North .Dakota Agricultural College, was unanimously elected president of the congress. John T. Burns was re- enger train or refugees from the'fire Ielected secretary. The-committee in- Tuprr T MLL I Graceton, Williams And Cedar Spur, the Victims FIRE Several Are Re- ported Missing-Fears of Their Lives Kalny River, pass-) stricicen district arrived here tonight. A child: and a school1 teacher are be- lieved to have- lost -their -lives at Will- iams, Minn., today. -in :a fire which de- stroyed the village; they 'being last seen by who fled as the flames crept, railway ibuild- ings on the of the The 'U. >T. R. -with, the re- lugees before .they (could join, it, Afterr leaving 'site of (jraceton- flames swept toward- -whexe refugees had gone -whenqe they 1 to. more to eludes E. S. Claney, North Gv K. Maloney, South Dakota: -Leroy Hall, Nebraska; Crompton, Wis- consin; L-. J. Briggs, District of Co- lumDia, and E. S. Brunson., Ohio. WERE GOLD MINERS THE DYNAMITERS? :iLos Oct. is believed that the'Tnen caxried out the plot v. to wreck the. Times'buildrcg "were exv. ed. after 'a-.-race through j quartz-miners from the dii- oushesj but other remained in Roose-' ,are_ alivnow _ sible to say. reach- Dr. Shearer confined his remarks to jn the yards have 'been. during the T the present legislation-on the social. wnoie season_ member.'of a veit. vincial legislature has just transpired here, the. participants being evils and thc are. needed.- additional laws that vm. Templeman and, John Jardme, The new rotiad house will near M.P.P. for Esquimalt. The struggle Placc distribution, of The Dominion parliament passes all the site of the old coal shutes. which (.which took place over distribution, of ie criminal laws and the right of were destroyed by the bi? fire two j patronage, in Jardine's con- J--J-1. _.__ __ .1 I9T.1 T-Pfl in .T.llf1 the enforcing them is left to the provin- cial governments. It is thus neces- sary to go to Ottawa for additional legislation on the purity question. yijarsago. A new steel brirtse is also enacted in -the public f f, ,7 v? i works department 01 the local post- to take the of Javrdine objected al-. one now spannin ticc of any kind of vice is not against i TJie placing of r the law at present, but when com- out .the Pass and i new "steel tbrough- the many other im- rnercialism is brought into the prac- made' all'along the tice it is then a criminal offence. For i crow's Nest line f objected __ Creek, just lotment of federal posts in this southern end of the yards, trict 'n.'itbouf thc Esquimalt Liberal' executive having any say in the mat- ter. Templeman refused to entertain thp objection when in'S thC the nn- lnS in thp rhrsr in tne cncst. instance, Ambling is not.against tb, i UlC a indulged in privately, but! when a gambling house is kept th K jamon I0r .-prr- and gamblers are liable to pro- j Wl11 follow increased traffic which j stepping back swung a blow at his extension of the Koot-' opponent, but missed and -Jardinn sedtion under the criminal law. enay Centra! from Dukeson, east -of a straight left to tbe face, sent Thf. laws in regard to the soc iai to Fort Steel and up evil are similar. Three Classes of Criminals There are three classes who come, iar as Fort Steel by spring, and the i fairly "separated" by" two "other" Liber-' under tlie criminal law in connection j remainder of the line will be put supporters who "happened to be wit- vith houses of ill-fame. Firstly, the'jder construction from there as soon! nesses. As a result keeper; secondly, the inmate: and as the fim .section has feeen j t.' Tuirdly, the ircquentcr. a raid i ed 1 is marie it is not difficult to -convict! the iirst two named, but the convic-: Three cars of timothy hay have ar- Golden on-'the main line, j Quccnsburv rnlcs ,vas continued uu new line will be in operation as Thc ground until the contestants were Templ'e- is confined to his house, recover- I ing from injuries and loss of, 4ignitv i which he sustained. The fracas is locallv to illustrate -the lack of the moral reform i t f j Iattcr for their imominious showing -cent provi.cia, before he becomes liable to prosccu- j nearer localities are too great. The tioji as a frequenter. jC. P. R. have mads a special rate on Legal Inconsystencie flay from the eastern provinces, which SIR THOMAS COMING WEST Montreal, Oct. Thomas The speaker made the assf r t ion WW1 greatly relieve the situation, and snaughnessy, accompanied by R. B. our laws are not consistent. It are taking, advantage of and Charles R. Hosmer left that a man or a-woman !oiler. may commit suicide- or a young ooy j may injure himself by sm fcacro, is not a criminal to-; Of- fence for a person to ha re immoral literal HIT an'! obscene '.natures in their 'possession, which sure to I poison the mind. Tlie federal government was recent-i ]y to make: the above pficncn against persdnal morals a criminal i cnc1, but the reply depart-i rnrnt of justice was, .U'ould you ask' us 10 pass la-.vs forbid; iing a man to j tor the west this afternoon pn a special train. (Special to the Ferine, B. C., Oct. FIVE LIVES SAVED BY A SAGACIOUS DOG Runs Through Flames to Give Warn- ing of Fire London, Oct. fox terrier's sa- lt is believed this town also is burn- ed, but telephone and telegraph munication destroyed. The hres are doubly, -hardito figlit owing to the peaty formation.of the'soil, the fire literally travelling underground in some places. It is -doubtful if. the names can be subdued without the im- portation of an army of fire fighters, trantic efforts of large.gangs of fire fighters being so far unavailing. Hun- dreds of thousands of dollars worth of fine tim'ber has been destroyed. Three Villanes Burned Fort Frances. Ont., Oct. reports from the fire district along the C. N. R. confirms the complete destruction of the villages of Grace- ton, Williams and Cedar-Spur. There is no Known loss of life, but three residents of Graceton, names unknown are missing and are believed to have De'en burned. Unconfirmed reports are that the village of Pitt was des- troyed. The fire appears to be 25 miles in width. tricts of Northern. California. This theory is based on the fact that the men whp purchased the dynamiie ing to track them back to the ruin- ing districts. Uttawa, Oct. moving the vote of thanks to T. P. O'Connor, who de- livered an address on Home Rule in Kusseil theatre this evening. Sir Wilfrid Laurier said her treatment of Ireland was the only blot on England's record. lie said he could not under- j stand why England should grant au-J CjOVemment has Been tonomy to Canada and South Africa' and not to Ireland. Murphy presided. The sum realized for the cause of Home Kule amounted to over eleven hun- dred dollars. T T" ganized Bragas is President MANUEL AT MAFRA People Enthusiastic For the Republic-Casualitiesr; Were Heavy Lisbon, Oct. capital- completely in the hands; of the'iRcf' _ who, have formed'a inees for county offi- A: sional. government, with iTheophile ces were elected." as president.. j green is V v v v -r v v.v Kiafi jlanuelj ex Amelia', and his. [Queen Dowager. Marie refuge at-Mafra, HOK'E SMITH IS GOVERNOR. AGAIN Atlanta, Georgia. Oct. Hoke Smith was today elected to serve a second as governor of. Georgia.v All. of the regular" Democratic nom-' SURPLUS WILL BE MILLIONS Lemi eux Gives r brecast Of Fielding's State- ment London, R. -Lemieux. addressing the Sphirpc Club, announc- ed that Fielding's surplus would be six million pounds sterling, the main cause being the abounding prosperity of Canada. from -Lisbon. Already-' the, "'Spaiuslrfj, minister in uniiornr-h'as come-vtb his respects to the 'Brs.' It is impossible'to number of those yesterday's fighting, but It expect-, ed''to reach several litmdredJ-The, city ;'.i has been considerably bombardment "of insurgent'" .The buildings occupied. try and -'the :Necessidares" made particular-targets' from .the warship, and'1.they, show -effects 'by broken walls "and. The tower of 'the the palace was -'M" -The' N-ew. Government' The provisional :posed as.-, follows >Theo- phile-'Bragas- Minister. VH., j. 1 ance of the British" preference. againsttfomo Costa; Minister. all comers, Lemieux sai-d "We -ask.! fairs> ;Bernadino nothing in return: it: .with Finance, B.azilio, loyally .an'd headship and ;because it public Works: Antni use oyaly .an' easip an ;ecause_ it public Antonio iuise has been a contributory ,ar'. ,War'. CASE DISMISSED .BY JUDGE CARPENTER In the' District Court yesterday af- ternoon. ;His' Honor Judge Carpenter the British preference will with ns the cardinal principle of our success." Mr. Lemieux .also expressed hope that the universal penny, post be es- tablished. F. Wade, the. same oc- casion referred to .the cause .wherein Englishmen sometimes.ask about an- nexation of Canada to the-United States. He said that-in Canada the Leao.. France Sends No Paris, Oct. for the'morn-: ent is not sending, a .warship .to. Por- tugal, but will aclop't measures protect French citizens there. Peopfe Enthusiastic. London, Oct.. telegram .'.of the British Villiers.- to; the foreign office .is as follows'i question will be .taken as a downright j serious disturbance broke, out .insult. Canada was more than satis-1. (Lisbon) Monday night, when. some after hearing all'the evidence iri thejfied to remain an integral'part'of the troops of the prison, declared theni- case of Margaret Purdv, charged with I greatest empire the world has ever f selves Republicans Fighting qccur- ___.___...... seen. He advocated further efforts on j red throughout yesterday morning. attempting arson and doin era'ble damage property of one Martin, residing at the corner of Edward and William streets, dis- missed the charge and acquitted the accused. The witnesses were Daisy the unfortunate: Hattie Ad- ams, a female cook living with her, 'for the prosecution: the accused, her nusbanG, Louis Purdy, and George Wrateway. His Honor remarked that some of the evidence, particularly tnat of the two witnes for the pros ecution appeared very unreliable, and he regretted that lie had not the pow- er to punish the whole bunch who were mixed up in the disturbance aris- ing out of which was the charge ag- ainst the accused. At one time while being cross-examined, Hattie the part of Britain to develop trade with Canada. NO TEAMS AVAILABLE TO HAUL W'ATERWAGONS Dust! Dust! Troops loyal, went over to ,-ason, -The .Ud but no water- the revolutionists and a republic was proclaimed. "The proclamation of ;a., Republic was r enthusiastically; by the Is Revolution Checked? Oct report cir-. -tfto knot gale, the dust flying as, only ir j wcrc retiring in the- 'direction of Mori- can fly when the wind blows in. South- santo. President, -Elect of Brazil, ern Alberta, and not one of -the half a Marshall Hermes Fonseca, has 'delay- dozen wafer wagons purchased by the! ed his departure and remains -in Dis- city last spring, on the streets. The counters and shelves in almost every store in the city is with dusi and hundreds, probably thousands of I bon. Civil War Likelv London Oct. 6 -According to Mad- RETS wi tQ ift Portugal dollars wonh of damage t.o stock, j ioval, and there is a likeli- That is the situation in Lethbridge to- j hood of Lisbon Coun-de-Etat 'being day. Street Foreman, Hugh Scott, seen Adams, who is a colored woman, gavejabout this morniag said Lhey bad followed by civil wan Official Account Madrid, Oct Canalejas wanted in other wort and would pro- F. P. Conybeare, C.. crown bably not be available all day. (Special to the Herald) Oct. won tiie Sweepstakes Cup given by Governor Hay of Washington, valued at gacity and devotion to its master and j Ior tbe besl display at the Dry a-i AJ- u.