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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbridge, Saturday, October Number 250 NEED MONEY FOR FIRE AIRSHIP STARTS ACROSS OCEAN Over Three Thousand Are Sufferers In Minnesota PREVENT EPIDEMIC! 'Atlantic City, N.J.; airship America, which pre- paring for a Might across the Atlantic Ocean, under the .supervision ot Wal- ter Wcilmaii, was this morning taken out of the huge hanger "in .which it i has been housed for..months, ;rhe deli- cate operation of removing the. 228 it., long gas. bag was mishap. At 8 a.m. the erivu .ciga-- sliaped balloon went up in the air acd started seaward. In .two minutes it had disappeared, in .the dense which prevailed. LABOR PARTY NEAR THE Premier and Three Cabi- net {Ministers Were Beaten Board of Health Officials Are Now On The Scene rSeaiidcttc, Minn.. Oct., hun- dred -thousand 'dollars will be- requir- ed to -.arry- the fire sufferers at Beau- tiette, oiJOpaer and- the homesteaders in the- back "country through the win- ter Attorney General Simpson, who will remain nere a few clays "as'-the representative ot" the gov- ernor. complete list of sufferers ajid refugees.-bag not been but it is certain rth'it permanent list must extended to: persons, siicl iMr. Simpson today. Duluth, Oct. General jwood in .charge" of affairs at the burn- ed towns of Beaudette and Spooner today wired Major Evans of Duluth to send fifty more members of the Na- tional Guard. Tbe reciuest was at once complied with. .tJeauaette; Minn., Oct. state board of health took charge to- day of the sanitary situation with the arrival of Dr. H. W. Hill and Dr. Geo. u. Haggart. The latter, will remain indefinitely to provide against a ty- pnold lever epidemic among the rest lire refugees arid to see that pro- per sanitation is provided for the re- construction of Beaudette and Spoon- er. The two doctors .say there, will be no .thanks-, to. already ,A detail, of "twenty Duluth National Guards- men today-penetrated a swamp seven jniiles east up Silver Creek-and buried homesteaders dis- covered yesterday, Nels and'- illaberg and Jonn Alfsven. A BAD NEGRONEW KILLED WALE3 Huntington.'W. Va., Oct.- fatally: woundinc'special agent..C. A. Leritz of the. Chesapeake-'andr Ohio Railway, and kiHihg.-policeman Chas. Only Have One Majority When Speaker is Elected Sydney, N. S. W., Oct. still commanding a precarious major- ity of two, the Labor government of j New South Wales received a severe setback in the state general elections j today. They went into the fight with j a substantial majority, but came out of-it with but 45 seats out of 90. The Liberal opposition secured 44 seats. MURPHY HAD TWO THOUSAI POCKETS Thetl'ord Mines, Oct. man known here a.s JacKKMurphy 'lias been arregted on suspicion being con- with the robbery.' of the Batiqu'e -Natioriale at St. Partco'me. Que., sev- eral days ago. When searched Mur- phy found to have in the bank's bills in his possession, togeth- a number of'.American bills. ,The St. Paucome bank had a number of. American-bills at-the time of the lObberv. A MAN KILLED HARRINGTON ATCOLEMAN J L IT Lolilded With an baSt- bound Cattle 1 Tain Nelson. Oct. 14. A pillar gave way I in the mine of -the 'Iritenifttiorial Coal and Coke Co. at Colemau, causing rock to fall, in which. W. Belson, breeman LrKvans were crushed seriously '-injured. Gilbert Mor- nSf an twenty-one. ;--eceiiliy arrived :from Hull. York- jsnire, was killed by, a fall of a tree at McLaren's millrat Coleman. Galo'and Daniel; Bliss, the government has appointed negro was himself "shot-by a poss'e in the hills .back of today-. The" negro killed' while-.resisting ar- rest and'took the .hills _and fought off a posse until a bullet reach a speaker they will have but one ma- jority, insufficient to carry on gov- and a new election will probably result. St. in the case, of .51.; railways of west aurt south-west whichS-Srfe si-eking 10 annulled the Comniercu reducjng rates on shipments "pi. cattle "from ali over the south-west Kansas. City, Omaha, St.''.Joseph.and Nr.v Orleans markets .were 'presented in: The disapproval of the Conservative j the U.S. here elemeht-of the ed hiui. W. W. Lowe Charles i0f the government was Stuart, policemen, were both shot in J defeat of four ministers, Socialistic experiments i The case is the. rail- lent-was ways on exceptions-tak-en to t'ic fitid- the head-and are be' dy- ing.- Will, another. mem- ber of the posse, wounded in the arm.- The negro was. killed bv by the including Premier Wade himself. Hon. S. W. Moore, secretary of landsv Hon. J.'A. Hoaue, minister of education, and la- Hon.'C. W." Oake's, minis'teKwith 'Chief-of "Police ClingingspWl and his out portfolio. The defeat of these min: body was 'sters is'so severe a blow to the pres- All'told, there were, three .killed-'and itige-of-the administration that, it-is six wounded in the three' of "the j practically for .it to-carry latter seriouslv. CLES on. Leaders of the opposition are. equally jubilant and say' that they the state election is held. when the new exceptions- of .James" mas- ter'-in chancery whose tipas-upheld of com- mission. -.issued'; "and which are Argutc.ents for..vthe" railways presented by un'l [or the Interstate ComraerceJ Commission by S.-H. Cowan Mr. Terry'argued the cattle iratlic does not pay' so-iirueh profit in the.'-.quitntity -of'freight earried-j as ..nioslr -uihcr kinds of traffic. He 'iiiaiiitaincd '.hat the rates cstabli'sKfed .by TiOt lANAGER PROS! LIKELY TO BLAME Parks and Boulevard Foreman J.H. Mitchell has been having considerable trouble cottonwood trees that have, after doing well for a wMle apparently died .off. -While cotton- woods are easy to get and are not nearly as yaluaible for 'boulevard pur- poses as ash or elm, Mr. Mitchell nevertheless is determined to ascer- tain the cause of their failure to live. iWriting to W.T. Macoun, horticultural- ist at. the Central .Experimental Sta- tion at Ottawa, he has received the lollownng "In reply to yours of recent date re- garding your cottonwoods. The injury may be. and probably is, due to the early starting 'of the trees followed by cold frosty, weather, which has caused much harm "to young eortonwoods on Uie prairies. You might, however, send specimens to Mr. H. F. Gussow. botanist, here., who 1 am sure will ex- amine them and es if they are di- seased." isupt. Macoun was In Lethbridge in August and takes occasion to add in his letter to Mr. Mitchell: "1 was very much pleased with the tree planting and boulevards in Lethbridge, and you ure to be complimented on the Hue showing you have- made in a snort time. J wish you continued suc- cess." E. Cughan, former manager, of the Farm ers' Bank at Athens, appeared in po- lice court yesterday for a preliminary hearing on the second charge laid by the hank officials, that of falsifying the books. He guilty, ATTEMPT.TO DYNAMITE TRAIN ljaris, Oct.. unsuccessful at-, tempt was made to dynamite the tracks of the Northern Railway near- Ureuil before the passing of.' the. Lon- don express' from" Cologne and Paris.- The train was-brought to a standstill but later proceeded: .-dynamite cartridge had been -used 'by-the wreck- ers-tout without., but on the evidence-of For- rest the deposed teller, now on re- miuioil feet of iumber on mand waiting sentence, and .Delos Spence, the former cashier, was .com- mitted to stand his trial and remand- ed to jail. Cughan., on applying be- fore the county judge, was admitted- to bail until Oct. 21st, when he will be tried on two charges, one of fal- sifying the books and statements, and the other of the theft of LARGEST CARGO OF LUMBER'. Fortlanci, Oregon, Oct. the British shin Knight of the-Garter, sails today for Shanghai .with five ard she win break Her own world's record for the largest cargo of lumber .ever put afloat. On June 10th- the vessel sailed from here with feet of lumber, which, until today, was the largest cargo known to have floated. sion are unreasonably '-lo no give: the [pr.'the commission, the- sioa DR. TUCKER RESIGNED Church of England' Nam- i -v- A-- i es a New Missionary j Secretary CANADA NOW INCONTROl Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Brit- ish government has finally give Canada-full control over foreign copyright in the Dominion. has been denied Canada heretofore. Brit- Toronto. Oct. new general ;sh copyright was effective in'Canada, and an American publisher obtaining a British copyright was protected in Canadian copy- obtained. Hon. secretary was chosen by the board of managers of the Mission Society of the Church of England tbis after- noon in the person of Rev. Dr. Geo. Gould, medical superintendent of Ciiurch of England hospital in Jeru- Canada. Hereafter a right, will have to he Mr. Fisher states that he EIGHTH V- IN1GREASE Record of Lethbridge In Building Permits For September TJte following statistics of building operations in Canada during August" last as compared with August 1909, appear in "Construction." published in Toronto. In the value of all per- mits during the month. Lethbridge ligu'res fourteenth in the whole of ,'janada. In the percentage of increase Letlibridge takes eighth place. Permits for JBranclon. Tvlan. JBrantiord, Ont. Calgaiy. Alta. Edmonton, Alta. i? ort William iiaiirax .Hamilton summer to Canada full control of copyrights j-Kegina saiem. The res T, i Canon Tucker, becomes dean of bt. Paul's Cathedral, London.- Ont., was accepted. Dr. Gould who is now j the British copyright act of 1S42: 'At in Jerusalem, was notified by cable of i same time Kon. Mr. 'Fisher will! London. Out. Montreal "Port "Arthur Albert Mr. Buxton will introduce abiil in the British parliament repealin his election. LCANO KILLS t BIRDS Sr.ward, Oct. fairous Bog- "volcano in the- Aleutian Islands is in moie violent eruption thanevcr before, .acconiing to a report brought by the revenue cutter Tacoma. .Smoke ami ashes are arising a mile ami half above the crater, accord- ing tu irianguIatior.H made by the oflicrrs. Flames cijm- ing from the cones, lava is flowing down the sides and huge boulders an- living high in the air. A lake in the centre ot of the Bogostov is boil- ing. The island formerly was a ren- for ;m ot sea birds, all of which probably perished. Not one tun? uas visible from the 'I a- minihers uf ones in liic sea. EDWARD BROWN WANTS A SPECIAL .JURYJ Winnipeg, Oct. Judge' Kooson in chambers- this morning ap- j plication was made foy Messrs. Hudson j and Howell on behalf of- plaintiff, Ed- ward Brown, in the case of Brown vs j Winnipeg Telegram for a special jury] to try the case. This was the last j day on which application could-, be [NOW made and Judge Robson said he had some doubts about granting it. but would do so subject'to appeal. A. J. Andrews K.C., appeared for defend- ant. The case IP a fifty thousand dollar libel suit instituted by Edward Brown, prominent Liberal leader, regarding introduce a new copyright bill into-! i the Canadian parliament requiring j copyright in the Dominion to obtain. I j protection. This is in accordance i with the Berlin convention oi two years ago. The Canadian bill will j British copyright of works j by British authors and the British j bill will reeognix.f the Canadian copy-( in the same way. Similar reci-j procity arrangements will probablx j be made with other countries. Saskatoon .Toronto. Vancouver victoria Aug. 1910 5 13C.OUO 204.5RO 1.303.047 75.200 34-S..3150 1.71U.040 Inc. P. C. 55.05 10.66 34.29 21.09 123.93 67.33 9.1.21 502.63 182.70 586.29 029.04 2S.28 A FIREMAN KILLED -X L Collision Occurred on Main Line Near. Cartier Cartier, Oct. train was. in head on collision with" eastbound cattle train on curve tour miles west of here this .morning. Both tenders and ;baggage and mail cars were badly wrecked. Engineer McMillan" of Number one was .badly scaJded and his fireman, Percy Vive, was killed. Fireman W. Summers of Chsplesu. Ont., on the cattle train, was. seriously hurt. MANUEL WILL REST FOR A Will Contest Presidency of United Mine- Workers IN DISTRICT tlME All The Present Office- holders Will Have Opponents (Special to Fern ie, H official. oalloi 1 for the election of officers of district, 18, U.M.W. of "j following names "for ManuH vrioj'ai tar, ot ike Queen.- Mother j or president, B. pres-. Amelia, the Count j t'nt incumbent, 'and J. Seba-sias, Grand. Master of' the Portu- vice-president,, and the Count of Mas i cnt' "V nf court, he.lri a and-Hoter t bvatis' :0t leg. beirin crushed. The" live- stock! (.-oiutrchcc _here the suffered heavy loss. Nurse Blanche Perry of Yarmouth, Ont, rendered valuable first aid to the injured, no physician being on board. Among the passengers were members of the Selkirk Centennial future taken bv the secretary-treasurer, A. 'J.; .CariLeraiof Michel, present incumbent; interhiatipn roy- iai board member. Charles" that j Michel: district board Tsuh-, Kiiic Manuel should'lead a quiet, life) district 4, 'Wm.. until-his health is. full? recovercd.aiul j 3, Donald MeNab, thii.1; mMnvhilivhis frfr.rrrls "in. Pnrtu- .bridge; sub-district 2, that trierrds gal -should undertake a vigorous poli- delegation, returning from their inter- tical campaign in which the support- ers of Michacl Br.aganza, the and Industrial Commissioner Roland of Winnipeg. Others were A. Prefon- Coleinan, and J. -0. .Jones, HiUcrest; sub-district 1, .X E-. M. D. McLean, Michel, .A. Kirke- wsky, Corbin. The two candidates- for this district 'ate now out'- ri :stilt' view with Premier Laurier, including! .._ e r ami many things arc likely to luippfii ti'i1 liiraiitinu'. Besides. party Iraders have iOineUiinc; to sav about it. ;