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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald Volume III." Lethbridge, Alta., Friday, October Number 264 PRESS ASSOCIATION PASSED Freight Rates "On Paper Duty On MacEinery Libel Law Discussed -Divide Association Into Daily and Weekly Sections Trip to No 6 and Raymond This Afternoon Red Deer's Plan in Ked "Deer they have a commis- sion form of government .that was who is a close .student of the subject of municipal government. The commission.' -consists of the mayor, who gives .part of his time to the city, and the secretary-treasurer, who gives his whole time, both, are salaried. The council meets; every TWO weeks. Typewritten reports irom. the commissioners placed in the hands of every councilman "on the afternoon of the., day the council meets. .They "thus. have a good idea suggestions for future work before them before- they arid .the re- ports usually through, council meal one for small cities. Discussion During the discussion which follow- ed, w. A. Buchanan said that the ad- dress great interest not on- ly to the -weekly papers, but to the fitcrcaswl b-v haf a million. g to Iiavc to do, in his opinion, is to name the man yon are going to support I'or office; and. yet. in his vcar; exports, as com- pared wit-h In 1008-09 the total trade was Billie Ross, biought the body as far as Dutch Charlie's ranch on a pack horse and from there it. was brought to Michel in a C.P.R. freight, wagon. Charles Gardiner was a brother. of Waiter Gardiner, manager of the Livingstone property, belonging to the same parties who own the .North- ern Property. Mrs. Gardiner, wife of Charles, was at the upper camp at the time of tho accident and was brought down t.f> Michel .by buggy. An inquest is bcins; held. Wet Prevent the Cubs aiip Athletics Playing Ball Today A GAME TOMORROW Also on Sunday at the Chicago Fans Have Become Dis- couraged Oct.. fourth cham- pionship game'of--the baseball series 19 postponed.'..-on- account of wet grounds, weather. The grounds' were soaked by rain last night, and'-tire early prospects j house were for for most of the day. it understood that Connie Mack sent "Big Chief" Bender to, the-pitching mound to show the.local crowd how a real Indian lifts bear. that He; of three fingers, would'oppose. There .were..comparatively few peo- ple in line, at grounds early to- day. It--was "a: gloomy prospect that i CKIPPEN TOLD M TO Subjected to Severe Examination By Counsel And judge Admits That Mourning For Belle Elmore Was .Hypocrisy Is Jaunty and Smiling Even Laughing London, Oct. Justice. Al- on taking, his seat this morn mains. This will be done in the room of the. Chief Justice before counsel and physicians. Crippen in the dock was cross-examined by Muir as follows On .Feb. 1 you were left alone in the house with your wife she alivV- and well "Yes.-' "Do-ryou -know of. any person -who has seen her alive "I do not.-'. "Or who can prove she left .tiny 'I. have toid vou ail tlu: Mrs. Crippen 's Money "When she lefL you 'set about'-' ;.tn'7 Questioned 'as to his wife's means, how to. cover, up the j "Yes.'.' a great already ac- Crippen., written .March from- to lie had to. pay "How long hail in your months.'.' cash .for an udvwtis- ,vott had that a Crippen: Got Breakfast Crippen, .who "again complained she to hers, he said, between two and three in the -morning. He pre- Crescent, .which suggested'..- Leneye leaving Hilidrop Crescent. .Crippen' was no-i.; sure, whether-she was-living, thc-i-c: at the time, but- she, had -been" off and on. you needed, money for. j, "She came, to live, with me "Yes." i before he Ho had told Inspector Dew-, in .'Julv I Chief had.; Defter. had'ncA'er anything of-J fix. those dates nowl" his "wife'st "l-lad yoii forgotten-it V" t" :''The did pcrty as 1 had provided "You told had'taken some- came to live'with me 'nights, not like to say Avhsu Crippen, .who "again complained -ot jewi-lry with "She had f come ;porma suffering cold through draughts spoke, rings and a, -watch1; which'; were hers "Mrs. Jac in quiet, subdued but matter of'fact before her marriage..-1 had given my I the date Le loues. He-retired to his room and wife "Where do you-suppose'your, .wife Jackson, fixed Lencve I: won't dLspute- "On the night of-.February, 2-' R0t money- to'pay her -voyage to "Am- _- pared her breakfast in the morning as j erica Muir asked. "'She always D T he usually she being a late riser.' had plentv Of moncvi; "I 'dM; net' -V-UeJ _. r faced Three aames gone. nothJ wife gone. He presumed she had carried out her threat of go- ing off to America. He had made no inquiry as to her leaving either from cabmen, tradesmen or steamship ag- ents, cither then or since his arrest-. "It did not occur to he explain- ed to his lordship, lie didn't know ot home at seven that eveniop; her anv. She threatenc'd .to leave sev- press-turn on that for the -'.r ing left but a faint hope that Brown might the; shattered and tattered, wounded and- bleeding Nationals to at I east--one' The baseball name will be played here tomorrow and tf Chicago wins game the fifth -game will be. most "I'think was." "Do you think .that was whether she had; taken her box with, to-cause "vour wife to "I era! limes, but so far she 'had not "Are -vou sure carried them pat." vV.'- -J iJfstec Unreasonable Complaint. r- -Muir .read a- letter "The complaint your, wife made on the night of', the dinner party was "I when LeneYc was in 'which he said lu's .wife y.ras daugcrV iously-ill with pleur.o-pneunionia-wJucii: Avas why he had them-.. the-.time you; wrote hi-r. Answering Muir, he. said tha-t he i think it evidently had been psnding a I -vou arranged to made his wife no regular allowance, j Ions; time." "leppe-wilh.Leneye for _ but gave her what she asked for up she any other cause, for. lea v- Crippen said: to four pounds. "No other that I 'knew _. Halilax, N. S... Oct. sun- sniuy day prevailed-tfor-the arrival of .the .Niobe.' but a 'north-east .wind caused the harbor-, to-' be tipped with white caps. Flags were flying Irom public 'and private buildings, wnile quite a display was made along Xhe water front At f our o'clock-yet- terclay it was one hundred and twenty miles off Halifax and it was not iu: tended to come to port until nearly noon, -but a heavy north-easter out- side made heavy seas an-d she came to anchor off McNab's Island about seven o'clock. At ten o'clock the cruiser Canada with Admiral Kingsmill on board went down the harbor and met the warsnip. The Admiral went aboard, noisted his flac. At 12.15 anchor was weighed. The warsiiip, decorated with hunting, accompanied by the started uo the harbor. As passed the admiralty yard she was greeted with a salute of seven- teen guns, whistles tooted from the various steam crafts. Hon. L.- P. Bro- deur, minister of marine and fisher- ies, went aboard and was received with a saline of seventeen guns. Af- terwards Lieutenant-Governor Mac- Gregor. Genera! Drury, Mayor Chis- nolm and the principal city officials went out in a launch "from the dock I yard. -Mayor Chistolm gave an ad- dress of welcome 10 Captain McDon- ald, the oiiicers and men, remarking that Halilax had intimate agreeable relations with the naval service ot" the empire ever since 1749, wnen. K.M. sloop Sphinx arrived with Lord Corn- MJJLLION DOLLARS. Y. M. C. A; WORK of one million, dol- >iars for a world-wide expan- of tie Y. M. C. __OUO of which, was given by -J? John D. was an- ;.nounced today'at the ence 'of the association worlt- ers in the east room of the house. President Taft -J- addressed, the delegation and neartily endorsed the organ- ization. 4- I believe." "Did you want to V Attacks Made on Laiirier and the Governor- tJ1 General o5 the slate' L -was nc ment that something ta stop you- want, to -announce .-before v'st-arting lioliday it 'follows '-'as. -'.-a; logicalrse-' LIEUT-GOV. IS Edmonton. Oct. before six o'clock ihis' evening the Hon. George Hartley Vjokers Bulyea-was sworn in as liuuienant-go.vcrnor of Alberta for his second term of office bv Rudoiphe J-iis Wife's Qucs Lioncd rega riling." wifc's'; asked whether ho..' thought, of .the pain to" them in nectioh with the announcement, of-'her death, and'.replied--lie did not: think of them at all.' Wore Mourning .the1 return', and whether 'he. then- wore mourning, 'dothus ho could hot say'whether he wore mourning clothes i at that time .'ntf did "You had to play the part 6f.be-- .V "Did you do it well Crippen IMONSTFR MFFTINC.Iins: U1 coulcl not tdl UViVJiNO 1 L.FV IVlCILlUNVaJ -When your wife's friends consoled j _______; "j with you on the loss of your wife, j did you do V" "That's.', a. O A 1 U1'1 i question vou should ask them'; 'I can-' rremier .Accused or ralsi-jnot "In'-a "letter you wrote Dr. Bur- roughs you suid" you Avere nearly, 'out, of your niinrl owing; to poor Belle's dcaih." said the "was sheer "It rca-dy admitted." Counsel, quoting further from Crip- i pen's-letter which said he had to overflowing greeted Messrs. Hour-, ed a cabk. his assa and Monk here "this, evening m a- whjcl] ,vas u iul shcdk> meeting held to onset _Ui.e an.d aimost" laughing, Lauricr demonstration. Mr. Monk inlcrrupu.d "1 don.'t. sec'why- chtcrs and- accuso.il VQU on as- deceiving tm: pllbllC in- thjSj which ]iave his m-cnt speech Monument, _ mittt.d r havt. lold they wcro National by not givinp; full inrorma-- to which juds'c fying Documents In Recent Speech, Montreal, Oct. audience which filled the Ontario. Street rink he Boudrcau, of Ottawa, clerk.of Kins's h e would havfl Privy ,he ceinnonj taking. -n thfi wars of thft 1'f i ccr in. cduis_l0 lcrcst -n them m, not he parlicu. j awful shock was larly cited_ Crcrmany as the counirv j purely in "It was cn- 3UQge rather sternly, "That may but this is a very serious pari 01 your casr, and you must reat Canada mi-jhl thus be dragged into Lieutenant-Govern or, hf in turn sworr- in 1-Ion. Horace Harvey, as Chief Justice of Alberta, Hon. A. L. flj Sifton, as member for Vermillinn, con-nei ami thf Hon. A. J. Maclean as mem-' Mr- Monk aiso a side slap at ber for Leihhridsr distrk-t. Besides the say.-ng that it these mentioned above, there present, -I Countv, Xew Brunswi was traditional that British sover-i anvhodv." tirely." did you know your wife might, not write to Dr. "I did not think she would write to King, o? Queen's cigns should stay aloof from partv j "Because she told you to cover, up Har-! strife and that their representative j the "1 only'inferred .she vev. wallis. Lieui.-Gov. MacGregor on be- cireau. M P- I lialf of the province, presented a silver plate to Uie otilcers after which a re- ception held on board. Mr. Lucien Bon- at Iti'icau Hal! should Mr. W. E. Noble, pn-ccdent. follow this B. OF L. F. AND T. MOVE HEADQUARTERS TO CLEVELAND J'eoria. 111., Oct. committee in charge of securing a location for tne permanent headquarters of the isrotnerhood of Locomotive Firemen Mr. Allan Harvey and several news-; .paper men. Three oaths wen- administered- to the licutrnnnt-uovcrnor. tlje oath of would not write." "Do you ask uie jury to believe B'ourassa g'ivcip a 1 that not knowing but that your wife Cation when'he followed j nught write to .the'Martinetlis or. c-h, which was a very you toki them she attat-u upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier was dead "Yes." was allegiance, tho oath of office, oath repeatedly cheered Mr. Bourassa dc-1 -''Where did you think she clarrri Tnat Sir Laurier in his S Chicago with Bruce Miller." opinion, ir is a most important point, i against On the other ja Educate People on Commission Plan exports to Germany hare in- noon to The. greatest work that the local newspaper can do is to decided this after- roraovo the main office to on being arrested C. P. R. con stable or. 3 being drunk he was robbed of The policr, deny That any monyy wss taken from lure and are proceeding against him tor making ae The figures arc, imports people in its field, and the two ques-1 exports tions wiucn. at the present time, ihe newspaper -cotilti with best advantage educate the people to are .Municipal ownership and Government by Com- mission. Personally speakinjr, lie prefer to have rnismanasremeni or public utilities by a man having them run well by a r-ri SENATOR DOLL1VER BURIED UNITE PORT ARTHUR j AND FORT WILLIAM! Port Arthur, Oct. Matt-! Fort Dodge, Iowa, Ocl. today issued a statement based a cold rain fell in torrents and added'upon observations orevioiis to and jrloon? to the already sorrowful occa- sion, the body of Senator Dolliver u'as 10 rest in cemetery on iuliside overlooking the city this the banquet held even- ing in which he' advised taking of plebiscite on the question ot" the ion in both cities at. the January eiec- 11 ions. NOMINATIONS AT FERNIE 4- Kernic. B.. C., Oct. Bennett, and R. in nomination this morning, polling tomorrow. was read lo POLICE DENY THEY ROBBED A DRUNK MAN J At the conclusion, the King's recent speech at the Monument Kegina. Oct. have been entered by tne C. P. R. police uere against a man. naroed Harwood. alias Mejimpsey. who ihai up- (.'ounsel called attention to letter wrote relatives in America ceiveri p resent. was read lo the governor 1 tioual had ralsi'ied document jrppcn wrote, relatves in America Bnudrc-au, after which he to make his points and was no longer i speaUng of his wife's titaih, and ask- congratulations of those worthy p.osilion .Jie. occupied, iMii-s wife had to Ani- i thanks to ihf oi' Quebec prov- did oot she might nape j ince Hourassa said that in op- i called on relatives. Cnppcn answered the Canadian participation in KESIGNAT1ON OF PROF. j posing DYDE WAS ACCEPTED Kingston. Oct. trustees gueen'? last night gret the resignation o.! uyde, as head of the department "ofJ which led to Canadian participation that if she had cone wiih another posing the Can____ r_________...... imperial de-fence he was in such' man face .company as Mr. Asquith. Sir Ch'arlrs j "Thesi- said iTupper'and other .British and Cana- counsel. ''a verv elaborate series of ccepftc! wiLh re-jdian statcsmer. Froir- This Mr. Bour-! lo number ot pe''- D; Processor j assa proceeded to discuss .the event I SOILS. For were you go- o ilpTisrrmpnt 'nf tivhirh lorl in ('flnadian Twrtirinnl.inTi ektbOHice pl'OCCSS. ial meeting on November to con- sider changes in, the constitution nec- essary in severing the ties that hold the university to the Presbyterian cnurcn, and sent back to the trustee? ny uie Genera} ior fiirih ?r coftsii lain had wrinrn to Lord Mintr, ask- IH'I 101' a itary Wilfrid made (hex Ptoodaui did no any svsu-iu of 'trJ 10. i u 11' f f' T i Ihink that ffeii.r should ,was not so open as- you ;