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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. LETHBRIDGC, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER NO. 27i. SUPREME COURT OPENS IT MAY LAST A WEEK Small Boy From Magirath on Trial--The VadnaU Case Next Monday That is-sadly in heed of j have a jury, and the case was therc- a court house was evident to adjourned to allow the empanel- oae of the large, crowd that assembl- ed in .Oliver's I ioJi to attend the Sittings of the Court. The place was: dark and co'.d and of furniture, Mr, Justice liar-, vey. to JJxJmohtbn wus the judge and .the advocates present were C. t'. P. Conybeare, K. C., crown W. C. L. 31. Johnstonc aiid 0.-F. Harris. Tho docket makes it possible that the sitting will last" over, a week. A BOY O Tudnaie who created tho excitement lust August at Boundary Creek by .shooting at ittchard .Vadiiais were charged with discharging iirearms with intent to kill.' BissflU was unr able tv Knglish so an in- terpreter was sworn in. Both, plead- ed not'guilty, Their election to be tried by or a jury was: deferred until their counsel' P; J-.- No- Williani liinley alitUc- boy from hm of Calgary, arrived on Monday. Magrath was charged with stealing a letter containing a. cheque for drawn by Jenson favor with_ attempting to inurdor John the Cardston Mercantile Co. from tho Tudor by inciting one Victor TJLarin- postofllce at Sfagrath.. He pleaded not .guilty. ling yf a jury. THE VAD.VAIS CASE and Mrs. Ejinor 'Vrheodulo Bissett was the first taken up by the court. -Tames W. JJeattie, ledger- keeper of the Union Bank at Card- 6ton_ was first_caUcd and. gave his evidence us abduction. He; pleaded not.gimty. C. F. Hums, who ap- peared for the accused, suggested that the his consent to a settle- ment court His Lordship in- timated thafc the counsel should talk the matter over. The arraignment of bo-veral cases uas left until this afternoon, among.them -Graham and Rudialr for attempting Holmes and for assault, and Joe Foug for keeping a disorderly house TEN YEARS FOR INDIAN Brantford, Oct. Hill, an Indian, was charged by Mrs, Lovi Gerald, with indecent assault. The jury brought in a verdict ol guil- ty and Hill was -Uu y .' in the penitentiary. He had plumed the deed and in- timidated the woman with a revolver. ENTIRE CREW PERISHED London, Oct. piled up in the North Sea confirms tne fears that-Jhc steamer Yarmouth foundered two days ago while crossing from the Hook of Holland. to Har- wich, The Yarmouth was a channel freighter belonging to the Great East- ern R, R. Co. She. carried a crew of 28. men and it. is. .believed', that they all perished. BRINGING BACK REST OF BUFFALO Endeavoring To Obstruct Agents Front Canada QUEBEC ABLE TO TEACH A LESSON In Good Manners To Protestant Element Of Canada SUFFRAGETTES ARRESTED London, Oct. the Suffra- gettes with the of" two who anested last night during the disorders m and around the Housc-of Commons, wcre_ arraigned this morning and each They refused to paj and conse- quently sentenced each to one Month's imprisonment. Of the two exceptions one, a girl under- twenty-one years of age and the other a. se- cured an adjournment to'__ lodge a charge of assault against the consta- ble who arrested her. PRAISE FOR CITY Cilgan', Oct. Douglas, commissioner, of Dominion parks, and 'Robert Riddell, V. S., leave today for RaValli, Stontana, to superintend the driving andjoading of the remainder of the buffalo purchased by the Can- adian Governim-nt from Don Michael Pablo: The rounding up of these animals the hilly country i'n which they nave been kept has been a matter of at difficulty, and hiys occupied considerable time. It has been car- rk'd on. in the face of every obstacle that could be placed in the way by the Americans of that viciniay, who disliked the idea of the herd Canada. .Pablo, however, is determined that, as lie entered into a contract the Canadian Govern- in nt to sell his entire herd and as ;he Government has act-d in good faith -vith him IK- will deliver every Tn a recentr conversation an American who was frying to dissuade him from further, attempts_to deliver the is-ixportc-d as sfvy-. ing: my horses will be able to do- No matter what it costs, T am goinp to corral and delh tr every lioof, if I have to get horses from OtHer.cbuhtries to do it." PAINTER ARRESTED Toronto, Duff, painter, was arr-sted tonight--oh a train leaving for -charged with the theft of from the Imperi- al Bank. Medical Doctor Drops Dead -Oct. parently in good Iicalth and in the act of making a medical examination Dr. Edwin Shutting dropped dead of heart failure beside" tHe 'operating table .in' his office yesterday: The patient who was on the operating ta- ble rushed out arid summoned a drug- bill the physician was dead. FOR MAYOR OF CALGARY Calgary, Oct. is announced that Clifford T. Jones has to a candidate at the approaching election for" the mapVjraliy of the city of Calgary. A strong requisition is bsing circulated among the business men and other electors in ttu city, urging him to accept nomination, and is bring largely signed. It is under- stood that Mr. Jones will comply with the request. Lethbridge Termed One Of Most Progressive Cities In the West Under the heatMng, "Finances of _ the Honetary Times, the leading financial paper of says: Mr. A. Henderson, chartered uccountnnt of Winnipeg; who iis at the head of the Manitoba Association of .Chartered Accountants, :has just re- turned "from a trip to Lethbridgc, AlCa., where he, has been fo'r a fort- night; making an-audit thc_..citv's accounts for fhc; past' two years. Mr. has Inaugurated, a modern" of "accquriting "then; and states City's finance? are now. in splendid shape. ''Lethbridge "is one of the progres- sive cities of the West. The Civic Council has recently purchased- their electric light works. They also their own waterworks and arc.waking many- improvements in the shape of new sidewalks, grading of streets, tree planting; etc. The Council have always disposed their debentures at .a good price. Thej will not place any more bonds on market until the spring. The Council is to be congratulated on the course they have adopted employing chartered accountants do their work, as it gives prospec- tive investors confidence in the finan- cial standing of the City. The same would apply to any other City or Town following their Pkt." Ottawa, Oct. That the Fr.-nch- Canadian population of Canada shows inoro rt-gard for good manners and the little courtesies of life than do English speaking 'citizens of the Dominion, was of an ar- gument by His Excellency, the Gov- ernor General, at the opening public meeting tonight ol tbxTKational Coun- cil in annual meeting at the capital. Earl Grey pointed out that the Protestant Canfadian could take lessons in politeo.-gs from Catholics in Quebec and he suggested that the women do much to the jnAaners' of the rising generations Caatfda. Nearly one hundred delegat-air from local coun- cils in all parts, of Dominion are in attendance the National will continue until Saturday" next. Among the priacipal questions to, be discussed will be women's suffrage and juven- ile courts. A WILD SCENE IN HOUSE OF COMMONS EXPLOSION ON THE CANAL Wellington, D. Oct. mation reached the Isthmian Canal office in this city today concerning two explosions 'dynamite which oc- curred oh the eanal on October 15th wher by twelve men were killed and eighteen, injured. PATRIOT RELEASED St. Pet rsburg, Oct. Tesaikavoski, the aged Russian patri- ot who lias been imprisoned in this city for ru-arly a year was released this afternoon at a quarter after four. The funds subscribed in England to cover the bait demand.d by the Rus- sian Government for Tesaikavoski's release, were recewd here yesterday and were d posited in the Imeprial Bank today. PRETTY WEDDING AT ST. AUGUSTS Nuptials Of L A, Shaman and Miss McNaughton Celebrated British Parliament Is Amazed By Actions London, Oct. the House of Commons was in session this even- ing a sensation was caused' by the display of a placard and Tsudden cries .And the old man v, ill do it, too, as t ladies gallery demanding he has been put on his mettle by the opposition-he has received from the Amencans, both private and official, m the carrying of his contract. Mr. Douglas received a telegram yesterday from Alex. Ayotte, Domin- ion; Government immigration agent at Sfissoula, stating that the round-up had boen delayed" for a few days oh of siiow, but would be re- sumed on Oct. 29., and that in a few datfs loading could be commenced. Thire will be about-300 animals in the shipment, and it will require a train of about thirty' cars to trans- port them to Alberta. The acquisition of this 'last large herd by the Canadian Government was a splendid coup, and Mr. Douglas it naturally very "to.-a -.successful anxious to bring termination bv landing the animals at their future horn.- Buffalo, park, on tho Battle JAMIESON FOR MAYOR Calgary, Oct. H. Jamreson, forraer Canal superintendent of votes for women while simultaneous- ly a bundle of handbills fluttered down from the strangers' galfery at the opposite end of the chamber and a man shout -d protests against the "injustice'to women." Attendants hurried., to tho galleries and the of- ifender was ejected, but from the ladies gallery sounds were; heard of a dcsp rate struggle. Two suffraget- tes had firmly chained themselves to the giille and resisted, "and .for a time ail efforts were futile. The scene was watched with amazement, from the the House but finally.the suffragettes were dragged from" 'their posts' and removed with them. minutes later ther.' was another dramatic scene, a man in the- strang- ers' gallery flung another bundle" of bills down upon the House and shouted, "Why don't you "give wo- men votes and reliev.- the unemploy- ed." Attendants ru-hed upon him but he resisted the-attempts made to carry him bodily from the gallon'. After a desperate scuft'l the atttend- ants succeeded in ejecting him. About A very pretty wedding was cele- brated in St. Augustin's Church last evening at six o'clock by tho rector, Rev. J. S. Chivers, when Ernest Au- xpistus Sharman of tho ma- chinery department of the Northwest Jobbing Commission Co., of this city was married to Charlotte Mary McXaughton, sister of'iTrs. Sydney Jackson of this city and formerly of Ont. A large number of friends of the contracting parties as- sembled at the church to witness the impressive ceremony which was sup- plemented; by a full choral service. Following the minister and the ma- tron of honor, Mrs. Sydney Jackson, the bride entered the church on the arm of her brother-in-law, Mr. Syd- ney Jackson, who gave her away. Sho looked very pretty indeed1 futile the contest. The result waa Mr. Sloan's election without a struggle. Winnipeg, Man., Oct. L. Howell, appeared in police court this morning on a charge of assault preferred by Hon. Colin H. Camp- boll, attorney general. The case waa adjourned till tomorrow. to GOES TO ROME MiniiUr of Agriculture Leaves Attend A Most Important Meeting Ottawa, Ontario, October Hon. Sydney Fisher, Minis- ter of Agriculture; leaves next week for Rome to attend a meeting of th? International Institute of Agriculture. Dr. Rutherford, chief veterinary in- spector of Canada sailed for Rome on Tuesday to attend a meeting of the permanent committee which will prepare the program for that insti- tute. It is understood- that_thte. nations who compose the institue will per- fect a plan for a world wide collec- tion of crop statistics and early dis-' tribution of information to prevent th j markets, an improper influencing of provisions by operators of the world. Canada is interested in the institute as one of the vision producing countries of the world. Hon. Mr. Fisher and Dr. Ru- therford will be absent for six weeks. GERMANY'S ACTION AT TIME OF WAR French Paper Refers To Negotiations At Tim Of v Boer Trouble Sir Mortimer Clark Remem- bered On Departurefrom Government House JURY DOESN'T BLAME HIM Toronto. Oct. feeling en- "Ottawa, Oct. 23.-r-The inquest into the death of B. J. Rpadon, killed her. ti-rtairiftd .imonRst their friends Mortimer Clark and side Parliament buiUHng and fift.en of them were arrested. Tho removal of tho suffragettes pre- sented a comical sci'no lo those in th.> corridors. Roth offenders .were escorted uy posses of policemen, one of tho officers carryine that portion of the iron work of tin- nu'l tq which tho j woman was chained. They wcrf: con- ducted into a oomniiHoe room and j workman wore summoned to file off uthe iron chains wliich were securely 'padlocked around tho women's waists. j It was found that tho drains had i been carefully pacidi'd to prevent I noise and betroynl suffer- j agettes entorecl the Indies' gallery. According to thoir companions the I whole thing had been planned be- that j fop.'hniid with proat crocy. One wns to outside, an- green and gold, the. autumnal colors. The groom's gift the bride was a beautiful pendant necklace set with amethysts and pearls. The happy couple were the recipients of many beautiful and costly gifts, among them being a cabinet of old English sterling silver from the McXaughton family. .chair from the groom's fellow boarders at Mrs. Wol- sey's, .Mr. and Mrs. Sharman left -on the Spokane Flyer for Portland, Seattle, and other Coast points. Her going- away suit was of dark green and black striped trimmed with black sa- tin and green braid and she wore large green hut with plumes. Thcy expect to be away about three weeks on their return will reside in their new home on the -corner of Ford and Coutts Streets. DEAN FARTHING IN THE LEAD __________________ few weoks general cloak room Mourovicf declared that in the cyr and washroom, the manager's office of his government, the acceptance of: and the vicft president's offic.1. The Germany's condition was inadmiss- company have alao secured the use able because it would imply in the! of the basement under the whole first place the disappearance of the'block. Franco-Russian alliance which hence- j forth would be without object. Ac-' cording to the Echo DC Paris, Ger- many's object clearly was to form a new triple alliance against Great Bri- tain and at the samo time destroy tho Franco-Russian alliance, subser- vinting France in her policy for all Montr.-al, Oct. synod of the diocese of Montreal sat until 12.30 this morning in vain attempt to elect a successor to the late Bishop Car- michaol. On last ballot taken the lay by conditions which were tanta- mount to signing again the treaty of I Frankfort and giving nn engagement never to attempt to regain Alsace' nnd T.oniinc. had settled upon Deo.i Far- thinp, of Kingston, but ihc ical delegates wrre hopelessly divid- ed betw.Yn Dean Evans of Montreal, and Dean Farthing, the former lack- ing 13 votes of thti number n to elect. Other names mentioned on tho Inl- lots wore the Bishop of Ontario, Rev. Dr. Rt-.xford. Rev. Dr. Tucker, Arch- Kerr and Naylor, Rev. G. 0. Troop, Dr. Synionds, of Montreal; Dsnn Dumoulin, of Cleveland and Canon Cody, of Toronto. A dark horse may be acreed upon as a compromise. RELEASES RESERVISTS Paris, Oct. was learned here i