Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Volume III. Lethbridge, Alta., Monday. October Number AMENDMENT AKED pOR G h arig e R e p r e seritation Basis For the Commons Toronto, Oct. is expected as a result of a conference- of the provin- cial representatives here Saturday, the provinces .will ask that the Brit- ish North America Act be so amend- ed that instead' of Quebec tin; pivotal-, province no province will be given fewer members than at the time of entering confederation. Other ques- tions will be taken up at future con- ferences." HEAVY FINE FOR SELLING Kenora, Oct. Arnott, ot vermillion was lined one hun- dred dollars, and-costs or four months in jail-for 'without a li- cense. IRISH LEAGUE FOOTBALL JtJeliast, Oct. following are tne results of Irish league f ootbal1, games'Saturday: Bohemians 0, Dis- tillery Cliftonville 1, Linfield 3; Derry Celtic 1, Glentoran 3; Belfast Celtic 3. Shelbourue 2. G. I P. TO GO THROUGH D.1 Toronto, Oct. Mail Em- pire, Ottawa, despatch, quotes "One of the most prominent and trusted New Brunswick, as making the somewhat startling-. an- nouncement that the line of the National Transcontinental is to .run for a considerable distance- through the United States' territory. No one, this gentleman believes the road- when in' operation, .will go miles'out- of, its purpose of rounding the state oi Maine, thus shortening the distance between' Lev- is and Moncton by'75 miles over winch all passengers- and nearly all freight will be. taken. This: it-is con-[ tended, will contravene the act of parliament- because .there will -remain i an even though; this is not "used except in case on war. I Report at Edmonton That the Alberta Government Has Reached Such an Arrangement Surveying Parties Now at Work --New Route to be Fixed'-May Either Purchase or Lease the Road For a Long Term WINNERS OF B. OFT. CUP KILDON'AN. VETERAN SHOT ;HIMSELF ACCIDENTALLY Winnipeg, Oct. A. partner and manager of F. J. Cox uo., was returning to his Kildonan home from his brother's farm with rf gun cocked, wben he snot himself through the breast, dying almost im- mediately. His leri-year-old nephsw is tne sole witness. Whellans .was aged and a veteran of the. rebellion. He leaves a widpw--and a 'child, who are on ,ths ocean :returning from a visit to CHANGES HANDS Ync well-known drug firm o[ John- ston Jackson has changed hands, having been sold 9Ut-to Messrs. Jack- ton and Cope, who took over the business on Saturday., Sydney Jack- son has been in partnership with J. Johnston since last February, and is well known in. the city, having been for scverai years previously with J- j D.-Higinbotham Co., Limited.! Percy W. Cope, the other partner in the new firm, has for about seven years been a member of the firm of Curry- 'of Calgary, one of the leading drug firms of that city. Mr. Johnston is giving up business here on account oE his and Mrs. John- ston's health. Afier a few weeks' holiday he expects to locate at the Pacific coast. The following letter- .was. received this morning by the Lethbridge Board of Trade from George BeUer, of the Sunnyside Fruit tana, winner of the Lethbridge Cup, awarded for the best box of.-VIcIn-j tosh Red Apples, exhibited-- at the j Dry Farming Congress at Spokane "Gentlemen: I-wish edge the beautiful trophy; cup given by you to the Dry Farming Congress for the; best box of Mclntosh Red apples and of which I' am? now proud possessor. -I "am enclosing a clipping from one of our country pa- pers. .The cut was made and put in my knowledge. "It-shows' that the handsome- cup .was the people of countryv.as well .as by ".Very yours. George YOUNG GREEN London, Oct. In the absence o.f -.UugaJd McO'ormick near" -Parkhill, his son, aged three. 'and daughter, aged two, went into the .barn' and climbed into the corn crib, where they, found a packet paris_ green which they Edmonton. Oct: Canadian Northern to take over and build the.Allierta and Great Waterways Railway, stormy petrel of Alberta politics itgain fact that sev- eral parties of surveyors .have Men -sent out in the-north country by the Mackenzie and Mann T-liose surveyors are going over the route outlined in the plans G-reat Waterways Kaihv ay. They are evidently engaged, in cost oi: construction of the line, and the best-and most direfe i-oute to PortvMcMurray. According to settlers living in that "had conversation VItli mem- bers of the survey party, little reason to doubt but that'the Cana- dian Northern will ;build the Provincial Government or else operate it on a longvterm leased. Since Premier Sift-on has been in office he has had several conferences-with "Messrs. Mackenzie and Mann, and' also with Stewart' of-the firm oflFpley Welch and Stewart, who have, clone a lot of contracting.for the.Canadian Northern. It is expected that- further developments will that the Alberta and Great- Waterways Eailway will.lJebome virtually-a branch line of the' Canadian Northern Eailwav. 'v''. DID NOT FIND FREETRADE STRONG London, Oct. George Doughty, speaking" oi his recent lour HOMEROIIIS Likely To Be tKe Leading Issue in the Next Election Canada, said that an unfair ence had been drawn in some -quarters of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's speeches in the West on the question' of -Fret; 'Trade: Doughty found nowhere inj Oct." 23--In t ;.ths> -the -whole, of the Dominion even a extraordinary- prominence' to-'; meagre opinion in favor of following Ireland's_aspirations in nn rinuht that the -home rulevisstia. a larger figure this course. Premier McBride had told the. speaker that in all British .Columbia .there was free trade. wall .cut. ECeneral. election than, in the last; AM. party-and Premier, Scott said that he.} this is more'evident not think that in; Saskatchewan j apparently, inspired there were five hundred who had a .leaning toward the; so-called free trade movement. V- FOUND1IQUOR ON tiiiMISES oeing discussed by considered. Of vague to be of real use but.they probably loom largely on. the'i'horizfin in the .next general undoubtedly largely affect those dominions.and cannot but.ifect the British voter-whose'-innate.-'eon-'- servatism wilt sampled, is dying- is dead -and the other LALiRlERS- IN MONTREAL Montreal, Oct. 'Wilfrid and Lady Laurier arrived at noon today from Ottawa to attend the reception given this evening for them by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stevens. .Lady Laur- ier is the guest of Mrs. J. Casgrain, Dorchester Street, West. BIG C.P.R. HOTEL FOR CALGARY Ualgarjt Oct. Satur- day Wra. Wnyte, vice-presi- dent, announced that the C. P. R. had decided to build a big hotel here. BALLOONIST TELLS THRILLING Montreal, A thrillinu; story of the perils.and privations .en- dured in thcfr adventurous, balloon voyage from "to a spot some sixty miles above Latuquc was -told by assistant pilot of arrived here last night to .secure .med- ical treatment, leaving his chief. Capt- Hugo Van Abercorn..behind at Latuzuc to see about the.siiipment-of the balloon. i DETECTIVE SAW MAN ROB FELLOW PASSENGER .North Portal, Oct. Alfred Wil- son, of Wyoming. was sen- tenced by A. Neal7 J.P., to six months in Regina jail on a charge of tnelt of ?90 from McKay of Wilson and MacKay on No. S. Soo Line" and after getting MacKay drunk, Wilson quietly. picked his pocket. G. L. "Bqddiugton, (J. P. R. secret service inspector, was a spectator of the affair and on the arrival of the train at the boundary- tlie arrest was made by Corporal Kemp, under the inspector's instruc- tions. A MURDER CASE FOR THE SUPREME COURT WINNIPEG-WATER SUPPLY Winnipeg, Oct. question of visible' water supply for Winnipeg take a concrete form this evening' before the city council. Col, j Ruttan, city engineer, who .favors the -present Artesian supply, has reported that a scheme for bringing water from the Winnipeg river will cost two million more than the estimate of en- gineers. The fall sittings -of the Supreme Court commence here tomorrow, Chief Justice Harvey presiding. The docket; particularly of crimin- al cases, is very heavy. Among the is for plaintiff, and Ives Ball, for defendants. William A. Lawson vs. Thomas Simpson, suit for specific perform- ance of agreement for sale of.land'or totalling Cony- latter is one murder case, that oi i bearc, Church and Mac Arthur for Wasil Chobotar, charged with the Plaint-jti, and S. J. Shepherd, for "de- murder of Alex. Lazaruk between 6 the BOW ISLAND MAN'S DEATH Bow Island, Oct.. particular- ly, sad death occurred at the Retina Hospital Thursday of one of onr neighbors south of lown. Patrick .-.e- hay, who had been working on the railroad there, when altrickcci by tvphoifl fever and. taken to tlie aospi- 1al. Mis wife was telegraphed for last, .Sunday and left, Monday, panied by her father, Henry Garri- son, iirJ licV FoMr n'jo'nihs old buhv, anci remained vith him scverai days, until ho was thought out of danger. However, a change'for The worse set in, and lu- Jii'd Thursdiy. His re- mains WW-K shippo.fi l-.er-e and thp, fun- r.ral lie'.-J at tin; Presbyterian church Friday afternoon. He leaves a wife and Wo little girls, Emma, agc'd four years; and 'Henrietta, lour months, and moihrr and broUioi' at Wolford, nigh-t of May 6th, four of. assault or grievous bodiiy harm, one horse stealing and one cattle stealing case, two of damaging horses by wounding, of abduction and one ot attempt- ing to bribe a police officer.- The civil cases set down so far arc: Civil Cases Farmers .and Merchants' Bank of Hunter, North Dakota, .1. lican. a suit On a judgment, for 511.- IJ-SG.22, given in Oct. J906. -Ivcs Ball for plaintiffs, S. J. Shepherd for defendant. Nels Adlcr vs. Thos. Spaceman aiiri George H. Rome'rill. Conybcare, CJuuch and MacArthur for plaintiff, Ivcs Ball for defendants. G. Stubbs vs. ErasUis C. Pylc, suit a promissory note for and a counter claim for damages exceed- ing that amount. S. -I. Shepherd for plaintiff. Ivcs Ball for defend- ant. j vs. Burp, and Horn, I al sequel to a ease ir. regard the s.ile of land south-east oi the citv. I which lias In the courts for two lor three years. Johnstone Ritch- fendant. William A. Lawson vs. Will IT. Miller, suit for specific performance of agreement for saU: of land in dam- ages totalling Conybcare, Church A MacArthur, for plaintiG and S. J. Shepherd for defendant. Criminal Cases Rerc. vs. Wasil Chob-otar, murder of Alex. at Siaffordville on Gth. Rex. vs. Wilson and Blair, robbery and assault. Rex. vs. Fred Koschman.-assa'iit. on LJonlcnick on Unh July, at Royal. is. Ben. Strangling Wolf horse stealing. Rex. vs. George Nicholson, abduc- tion of May Wallace. wounding. Rex. vs. Henry Haron, damaging horses b-v woundinc. The Alberta Electric Railway, of, which Lethbridge is one of the ter- minal points, is applying to the Do- rhinion Parliament for a charter, which besides conferring power to operate an electric railway will also enable the company .to instal tele- graph and telephone lines and to con-' struct- and operate the railway line' in Calgary, Medicine Hat, Lethbridgc, Banff, Taber. Macleod and Carbon and to develop electric power for opcrat- IANK AUSTIN lltjADLY HDRT ".Frank Austin, of Cardstbn. while out: duck' 'Saturday even- at of Cardston, in- shot himself in the right'foot; causing a "terrible He managed, however, to drive his .pwnj tearo into Cardston, a distance [bf twelve where he ivas -ed by Dr. Ardiel. He was brought into Lethbridge. on this morning's train and taken to the Gait hospital. Amputation may be necessary. CHIEF'S JOB ARRESTED Prince Albert, Sask., Oct. vice is received here that Helen Sea- naer, aged 18, the girl whose evidence; Detore tne investigation committee ing the said roads and operating the caused' Police Chief McDarmott to re light ami power plants at any place Lj n Oe6n arrested at Qllebec she was about to embark. Chief Gillespie. yesterday paid a; surprise visit to the International restaurant ".on. Fifth street, just north, of the .Dallas hotel with the result that.'Cotarez'Brothers the .proprietors, -in 'the. po- lice court this rriornmgr6n "the charge of keeping liquor for' a license. When the surprise...visit' was -paid Tcst-er'day.ihe chief entered "door and Constable Kronihg at" the front. They found a who .gave the name of a meal In whith was included a 'hot- J- Jones oi lie of beer. purchased. the; latter on the' premises paying 50 cents for it. .'Searching the premises the 'four AUSTRIAN kelson, an Austrian, convicted of shooting a intent to do bodily was sentenced.. which during; High River, Oct.v dagh; of: the Bank' of' has resigned and "will b -His successbr-'-n'ere; ii .'.was other full but r full of L '-dead The case this moniing 'adoouri'e'd' until the 26tb_ D EPUTY r M IN ISTER BADliY'-H U RT -Toronto, Oct. of Labor -Aclandj alighting from an -A-vcnue-' Saturday night, when- the "car, owing to the1 W'et. -rails, started ..slipping .down hill aiid Acland was '-thrown violently, sinking on the back of, his head. He was "removed to the resir dc-nce of his brother-in-law. J. Mclntosh, where lie lapsed into un- consciousness. He is suffering .from .concussion the brain.. He was somewhat, improved Sunday evening; and is expected, io recover fully. RELIANCE MINE SAID TO BE SOLD SWITZERLAND TU RN ED'-I-T: Berne, Switzerland, ;0 erlaucThas rejected the amendment providing- jf or a. system .'of proportional ele etioBs> for the-2witional' vTEc vote as ouo ..againsr the er to acquire ami operate coal mines was detained on-a charge of per- j is also sought. The, main line of the McDermott having reason io be-1 railway runs through Medicine .Hat that she is married, although shej -and (.Calgary, the survey: showing it rsVore she Is not. to run south of the Bow River, 'through the Thigh Hills, across the Bow between Lit tic Rolling -Hills and Grand Porks and thence to Medicine Hat.' An extension runs from Cal- gary to Banff aird branch lines run J down to Lcthbridge, Taber, Maclcod, Carbon and the Red Deer River near Knee Hill Creek. Tlie Grassy Lake Pilot pub- Hsiies a rumor" to tlie effect mat the Reliance coal mine, near Taber; has been sold to an Enslifli syndicate for a quarter ot a million dollars. .Montreal, Oct. railway reports for 'twelve; months.' ending ".March 31, 1910, show-la 'total' emigration from Europe 94, 800 persons of which, number 700.or sixty per cent, .were .destined to the older provinces of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, .'and-: .-Nova. Scotia. The total, '.emigration from United States.and.-other countries was 300 or forty per cent., being, destined to the eastern provinces, including; Ontario and Quebec and the iaiaruHJ going to the Western provinces. -.For the "Wo months of April andvMay, IfllO, out of- the totad of per.-, sons arriving from Europe were destined to Ontario Quebec or 50 per cent, to these two provinces alone. WILL NOVE! London. Oct. :s later announced that Crippen will De executed November 15. Tins is in accordance with tne English pniciico ot" allow- ing three Sundays between sentence and execution. R BURIED IN (Special to the Fernie, Oct. returns from all polls in the Fernie riding, unofnVial, give Ross votes aiul Bennett, .Socialist, 311, a majority for the new minister of mines of 2-W. Compared wivh the vote- at the gen- j election last year there was a! decrease in the total vote cast of I 37S- j Ross has and Bennett has lost as c-ompar-eri to the votes cast-i for the-'two "candidates last yrar. f Ross1 vote, last; year was 795 and The vote for Harrington was 6-19. as! acain-s.t K11 Cor Bennett: on Sat.urdav. The, gain.in the .Ross vctc being t'5 and the to the Socialist icing Lasf year's li.st eonidiiicri 2SOO which was reduced to names on the list this year. By precincts the, vote Saturday was as follow.s .Rex. Thos. Mclvor, to bribe a constable. Rex. vs. Egan, causing grievous bod ily harm to Wm. Stewart, bv shoot- Rex. vs. Walter stealing near Cardston. Rex. vs. Fjldon Burnett, priatinj trust monies. Edmor.lon, Oct. of saving a typlioic fever patient. Dr. Fernie........... Michel Waldo Fruit land....... New Michel Coal Creek Krag Crow's Nest Baynes Ferm> L. Co. Sparwood East Wardner Elko Hosnier CorIjin "Ross Bennett 251 PERMITS TO BUILD nrt Ltd., aHerations, Fifth Si, jcrc, liaKer.v, tecona Ave nortn, H. Byer, residence. Eighth avenue soutn. .'JooUU. H.- residence. Eighth avenue gave directions to prepare aisouUi coffin. The doctor was, H. Wyer. residence; Eighili avenue stricken himself and -died in a few sown, 5X500.00.' days of typhoid, and i-his patient hav- H. Byer, residence, Eighth aveuiie ing meanwhile, rallutl.and recovered, ?3500.00. McNabh was in the cofiia he H- Byer. residence, Eigluli avenue ordered for his patient, S Jafiray Harmar's Flagstone Morrissev Junction 32 12 12 72 111 2U 21 M V.J, 1-i 27 90 12 17 10-1 3 o 2 1 Gil Total SliU Roi-s' Majority, 240. The wi'uiiKT was line and the (lav passed off disturbance of any kind. Tin- Contervatives had a per- fect organisation, while tho Social- ists were lacking in anything ap- proaching a political machinp. The official count will probablv be htiid this Minister of Lands, Hon. Mr. Ross, will take up his ic-si- dcnce in Victoria. "His promotion1 is an example ot faithfu! sprvko to a party being re- warded after long waiting, and lie takes with him the good-will ot Uu1 people of Fernie, regardless of party or political affiliations. The cabinet position so long denied the caslorn part, of the province lias at and the Fcrnie liilinj; iVels thai ,it it hat. recciv- Cil lldC MILITARY FUNERAL AT KINGSTON Kingston, Oct. re- mains" of the late'Bruce Carruthers, Canadian hero of Hart's River, wcro conveyed to Cataraqui wnietcry-this afternoon by one of the most ing military corteges that ever pass- ed through the streets of .he old fortress city of.Kingston. Aii officers of ihe permaiwnt staff and all ranks of the permanent force in the district; were ordered out and officers, non- commissioned officers and all actjve- rnilitia attended, the funeral. The pirt mrviase was supplied by Royal Cana- dian horsv artilU-ry. The firing partv was furnished by the gentlemen, cadets ot the Royal Military College arid horse artillery. The con- sistr-d of eight from.' various units and military colleges.--It was the hardships he suffered in. tluy Boer. War which developed tuberculosis which disease finally overcame his once sturdy frame and caused his death. FATALITIES IN WESTERN CANAD Camrosr-, Alta., Oct. La- tonis, pump man for the C.P.R. Wi's killed ai iiiidniKh: Friday night in tin- C.P.R. yards here. He'was ridin? <--n tht ini) of -'i CAT and ofl. train backer! up and he. WJ.K run over and killed instantly. He was unmar- ried. Russell. Man., Oct. Powell'. IS. who was accidentally shot on the farm of Ambrose Horn- ing, near Biruscarlh Friday morning, died la.si r veiling. RusM'H, Oct. 23: A youns ,hnian, cniployisl on John south of Ginscarlh, fell from a of sheaves a few days ago and brolce his neck. There is no of his recovery.