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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. I, ALBERTA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1908. NO. 256. CHICAGO WINS TWO FROM DETROIT The First Of the Great Championship Series Chicago, k'H-t. 11. After eight in- nings of clean baseball today, "Wild Bill" Donovan, .remier pitcher of the A SERIOUS CHARGE 'Toronto, Oct. William j'enkins, of the Royal Canadian r jimeu't was arrested ,on Saturday at a-charge of as- saulting a: little girl when lie was sta- tioned gouie time ago. The arrest -was made on a request from Halifax; PIANO FACTORY BURNED Listowel, Ont., Oct. seventy men are thrown out of em- ployment and a loss of about 000 is sustained by the fire which destroyed the Morris Piano factory h re Saturday evening. Thfe main factory was burned to the ground. SPLENDID OF LABOR LEGISLATION T. W, Quayle, of Calgary, Shows That the Liberal Party Has Done Much For Labor champions of the American weakened under the prolonged strain, and' the Chicago "world's champions, ruptured their second game of the present series six to one. In that sensational portion of the game Don- ovan was hit for a home a tri- ple, a double and three singles. In- cidentally he one maji and al- lowed another to score on a wild Previously Chicago had secur- ed hut one, hit. was steady throughout the TL- gers to Tour hits and one run. The run. marked Detroit's despairing ef- forts in their half of the ninth. No- thing could have exceeded1 the excel- lence of Donovan! s work up to the fatal eighth innings. The attendance, due largely to the. chilly weather, was only paid admissions. The gross receipts were Score: Chicago 000 000 Detroit 000 000 1 Detroit, Qctr. The first of the games between Chicago and Detroit today was won by Chicago by, 10 to G. Chicago, Oct. Chicago and De- troit will mect; here this afternoon in their third battle for the world's baseball championship. According to the announcements nuidc by the man- agers of the rival teams Pfiester will pitch for the National League, and Mullen, for the Detroit Americans. 'The 'weather promises to be fair with shifting winds. O'Day will do the um- piring. Sheridan of the American 'League -will take care of nffatrs. TOOK HIM FOR A MOOSE Halifax, N. S., Oct. Rich- Sable River, 80tri King, with la_ j telegraph that the strike was "hap. )oring men, .either :on th.' nicorn. nendation or indorsation of the Trades Congress, .vhich proved wanted to make it a real to the w rking nan.. The Association iiad condemn.d-tkic[ Government for i-his also accused it of help. ing unions capital, which accusationthe Gove'nimeiit freely ad- mitted." Act In discussing: tHei Lemieux .Act, Mr. Quayle remaikecl it looked suspicious .to vis e members of In discussing the 'persistent and fin- ally successful efforts- of the Libera' party to comp.'l the railway compan- ies to select their land grants so as to make them liable for taxation, the Senator related his own effort in this direction in the Teritorial Asscmbh and how he was opposed in this bj the pres.nt Conservative candidate C. A. .Magrath. Tho latter had expivs siid to 'him that he thought it'wa outrageous to tax tho'lands of the corporations and speculators, as these lands were lying idle and were not producing any' retuni lor money invested. It was right to tax the man who was making something out of his land. The Senator had main, tUut it riglit to tax the nuui who was retarding set- tlement by keeping his land idle and the value of which w s being incrtas. by the effort of the homesteaders around -him. 1'hti latter part of Dr. DeVeber's speech was devoted to the discussion of the r. forms and extensions in the postal system during the JLaurier ad-i ministration. Some of these were the FIRE AT NORTH BAY North JJiiy. Out-., Oct. fire i'arly luiri morning d -stroyod the At. liinlii! hotel and several adjoining resiliences on Mi-imyre street. Dr. Murray and his wife wore .stupifled by the smoke and had to be taken out of their home. Tli loss was ab >ut KILLED HIS FATHER Montreal, Oct. a msult of a row during tlu- ci-h-bration of thf- horm'.coming of I-'ranc KCO Mart'-lli, after a .season's work iji a railway Mic5iael Clouri, a youth of twenty, eariy this morning shot and killed his father. MINERS MEET AND MAKE DEMANDS the of- Hallway Train- men on the same .platform with C. P. II. capitalists; 'in (Calgary, supporting the same and denouncing the Lemk-ux Act. Act is not perfect, it is pnly.Van said, "but it is -deserving of fair play as such. If it needs amendments the best thing to is to suggest these amendment to" Mr. Simmons, (for he will be supporter of the nfter Oct. 2G.) (Ap- plause.) for hirri'to'urg1 upon the Government. We.; in "Canada are not yett ready for compulsory arbitra- tion. Sir Wilfrid. Eaurier will not take from the right to strike; and secure" what they think their just, rights by strenuous means if n The C. P. R. mac-bin- its exercised their.'right and the com- pany spent millions to break the strike and destroy 'the union. The men though defeated; have gune back as union men and not as -scabs, th union has not been destroyed and with the moj-e active, ion oft t settled, tin.: C. The has endeavored to ke'-p other than agricultural im- migrants out of the country, and in spite of the protests of the Manufac- turers ha.v; continued to advertise warning mechanics not to come to Canada. Fair Wage Clause Another thing for which the Gov. enuiiii'it should be commended is t he- fair wage clause that is insterted in all Government contracts. And if the .contractor does not pay the pre- vailing fair wage scale, the Govern- ment will keep back the- differcnc ami give it to the men. The Govern- ment has also abolished sweat shop? in connection with the making of militia, postal, customs and other uniforms. For all these reforms che Gov rnment should rec.ive fair play, at the hands of the working man for they have shown a sincere desire to legislate for his KING AS GOD FATHER London, Oct. Edward has consi-ntcd to act godfather to the recently born to the wife of th Itight lion. Lewis Harcourt who was the. daughter of the late W. H. Burns York. A PUGILIST KILLED Kansas. City, Mo., Oct. linker, agt-d 42 years, one-; a noted pugilist was run ov -r and killed by train here last night. .Baker fought im Jeffries to a standsill for eight May lotlj, 1896 at San Fran. 1SCO. REGINA ROBBERS HAVE ESCAPED The Oriental Labor Trouble blame for the Ori ntal labor trouble was placed upon the shouljfr. ers ot the Conservative party, as much as upon the Government as it was only at the urgent demands oi the. Conservative party and tli Bri- tish Government that Govern- ment had agreed'to the treaty mud', between Great Britain 'and Japan allowing Japanese immigration Wh n, however, Mackenzie King made an investigation of the acute situation, the..'Government remediec the wrong by sending Hon. RudolpVu yet win-. Some time ago, Sir Wilfrid American Balloon Burst In Race Jlcrjn> Oct jK_T international balloon race which started1 today at of the inland rate from Schmargendorf. was the" occasion- of three to two cents, the British rate from five two cents, r.duction on a thrilling- accident. Two American aeronauts had a miraculous escape British papers; introduction of postal jfrom dcath Thc balloon note system, increased salaries of j -Conqueror" the only American built Francis Hutton, of Kingston, Ont.. who was visiting his son Aid. W.O. Hutton here, died suddenly this morning. The old gentbmnn visited his son here some weeks ago and went on to visit his sons at Grand F'.-rks, B. C. He returned in good health r. few days ago but was sud- denly stricken with heart failure. His- two sons of Grand Forks, B. C., arf tiie Capitals by a score of 5 to 1 As a result of playing the game men were professionalized b> postmasters and opening up ofmany new postoffices' including an expen- sive system to the Yukon. In spite of these, th.'. revenue had increased so that there had been an 'average an- nual surplus of about a million dol- lars while under the Conservative rule the annual deficit had been sev- eral hundrd thousand dollars. Mr. Quayle of Calgary In introducing the next speaker, the chairman, W. A.'Buchanan, call- ed attention to an editorial in a lead- ing Conservative dailv, discussing the appointment of a Minister of Labor. The editorial said that the Govern- in -nt was catering too much to the laboring class and not enough to the manufacturers, and that Mackenzie King catered to the laboring class. The chairman stated that the Gov- ernment had proved to be the friend >f the workingman and Iv.id a policy :m the labor question. Mr. Bord n nad no such policy and Mr. Magrath liad stated none. The speaker of the evening was T. W. Quayle, of Calgary, who has b en closely allied with l.ilwr mov-merits for a number of years. H.: said that th_> Labor movement was hotter than in Canada, at least where conditions not such as to be favorable for an experiment of the Socialist theories. said Mr. Quayle, "is a matter of business, most of all in West rn Canada. It is not a ques- tion of sentiment but of which party will holj> each of us to .realiz ehis ambition in coming West, the quick- I Augustus craft in the contest. having on board A. Holland ant Post, less than, two minutes "after the start burst at an altitude of about feet.' For feet it shot down like a bullet ami then the silk assumed the shape of a 'parachute and the rapidity of the descent was check- ed. Coining close lo the earth how- ever, the basket smashed into th? roof of a house but the two escaped with but slight injuries. taught In the Act Of Carry- ing Away a Quantity Of Goods Regina. Sask., Oct. A whole-- sale robbery was- attempted yester- afturnoon at the warehouse of the Regina Storage and Forwarding Co. II. W. Laird and George Hoi- den were working in the oflice on the ground Hour of the warehouse and on hearing footsteps above. Laird' went up and surprised two men who wero packing goods ready to make away with them. Doth, men were in .stock- ing feet and hail evidently slept in the Iniirding. They had about four Want To Know What Constitutes a Car Of Coal Scrantoti, Pa., OJk. conven- tion of mine workers from the Anth- racite district of the United Mine Workers of America began here to- day for thu purpose of formulating demands to be presented to the coal operators shortly before the expira- tion of the present three-year agree- ment. Executive boards of three districts were in session last week and it is understood that they practically agreed upon the demands that were laid before mine owners. These de- mands will be placed before the con- vention now in session for ratifica- tion after which the scale committee will deal with the operators. While there has been no official in- formation given out it is believed the miners will not-a.sk for a general in- crease in wages but will demand ad- justincnt where they claim the pres- ent -agreement was violated and wag- es reduced. The miners in "the south- ern coal Held desire to have an un- derstanding as to what constitutes a cur of .coal. The miners say the boss es ask that they put fifteen inches of coal above the waterlevel of the car. The men say it is impossible to keep fifteen inches of "topping" above the cars. An eight hour dny for ail em- ployees will, it is said, be one of the principal demands. x.- to. au. arrang ment with the, Japanese Goxr ernment whereby the immigration o Japanese laborers has bsen stopped. Mr. Quayle charged that i WEis the C. P. R. through an agenej for which Hon. J. Bows r.. th ConscTVjative. Attornoy.Goncral 10 British Colunibia was solicitor, wl-.ic brought the. great influx of Japn t Canada. There seemed to be proof r this in the fact that within the striking machinisl It-ft large ninnb.-rs of Jap? were in their places. The Govern- ment stopped the influx of Chinesi by raising the entrance tax from to S500 p r h-jad. The ed that if the Government had done in giving in to the Conserva- tives and signing the treaty with Ja- pan, it had redefrnied itself by its Liter treaty stopping the evil. 7h; Scandal Campatg-i Sp aking briefly of the scandal propopanda of the Tory .party Mr. Quayle .stated tiiat .the insinuations and imp'ied suspicions Liberals on different oc- casions had done so and had prov.ci their by sending McGreevy t> jail; Sir Hector Langevin to pri- vate life, and compelling Sir John A. to expel a Conservatm nit-mb r. Mr. Eykert. But. Ames not risk forfeiting s at by charges lie could not prove. The Conservatives .should give Hoa Frank Oliver credit for the new tini. b.-r regulations whieh had b-.vn made because of thy lumb r ei.mbine and! with the "Atriii-" t-r iliat til-- Gov. bad not made more provis- that destroyi.d by fire will its second reading Monday night and will on the '26th po before the people vole. ANGLO.CHINESE ALLIANCE Hung Kniie. Oct. 5? learned from a relinbl.- source that the r-'rti reason Robert" Hart's re. eont vi.-Mt to Kngbmd was tho bring- ing about of ri'i alliance betv.v n Ohiun, the United Slates and Great management. Trunk was The ratio of the Grand considerably less than Unit of other roads. British M.P.'s Back At Work to the int ot Nations in the far E.ist. London. Oct. autumn ses- sion of the British Parliament was opened unlay. The entire ten weeks of the sittitiir will be taken up in con- sideration of government measures. SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL Hamilton 23 Montreal 8 Varsity............... 32 0 Ottawa G.......... 45 Arpos....................... Queens..................... H Ottawa College.............. 14 t.-st." We judg- the future by the past and by the fruits of the two parties ye shall know them. "Tho rocord of the Conservative p.irty shows that when in office they appointed a Labor Commission which reported but nothing was done. The only labor 1 gislation they had pas- sM was the appointment of the La- bor Day Holiday. Liberal Attitude Toward Labor "Among the first things the Liberal government did was to create a Labor Department, specialized to study the labor problems and present to th. workingman all possible information The Manufacturers Association whos urged for labor imeiw listoiu-d to the voice of labor I in making out she national Democra- j tic platform. He lla.vcd Taft as an' injunction ist. LIBERAL CANDIDATES Quebec. Oct. Turcott, advocate has b en nominated by Quebec county Liberals for the Com- mons. A. Carrier, of is the Liberal candidate [or Levis county. i ill-ponded. After the was <1 wiih the deepest im r- nml attention, Mr. Qnnyl- was MONTENEGRO IS WILLING TO FIGHT Tho case of Pylc vs. Thacker was j to have come of! at twelve o'clock today, but was dismissed. Montenegro. Ort. Montcne-' the infant .Ol d to several yesterday grian national Assembly opcnets here! I tor of Mr. and Mrs. Kergan. N'crth oxtriiordinnrv scs- i o-i various matt vs. D. Kin? j sjon. T5ie war fever risir-s from the by Ward, died last night. The funeral 'On place this afternoon. _ The police are kept busy looking on th by Av.stria-Hungary OH winch alrea-: dy is nmnins' has strength! the alleys. This ought to fror.i Cor.serva. n tiv pamphlet, pie." Ki.itr of th Tacts t" T ils i Ito slopped. lianinil, irom Prince who T. A. Trnrtei-wood, the popuJtir inon that the (tniiexation of these j of the Coaldalc Hotel, lo't on t nt ot Col. tV< prospective Mini.st r in Mr. tt.irde-Ys Government. no foxver five in two provinces had eiTeetc-d a crying I Sunday morning's regular for M griovaiicv and that i treal and Kngland. A large nuniber tho.v lo saxcritice their I of friends were nt tho station last dr .vt cb that "the Hindus nsv pre. eii-ieavors r.ow on jfernble as immiprants to Caiurln righting t'-is than tlios: Americ.tns tb 'sage was received, with cheers and the peaceful I'ool resulted in .-Viiiice. The mcs- Government is bringing in.' I other demonstrations of approval. Tom farewell a goo'l He will probably return in Decvmbor Mrs. Underwood. The C.P.TC. "'U not be swift enough for Tom either going or returning. ;