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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Alberta. Wednesday. September 3, mm NEB Manager of'the Store is Charged With Theft of Goods Newport News, Va., Seyl. 3. j Tbrec ttftty officers and five men ol th? IjatileEhlii were drowiieil today wlitn one of liib ship's was wrecked In a. hurricane sweep- ing -coast hoTe. old DoffiiElon liner Mob Jack is ro- ported sunk In the biy with a crew of eight auU some uengDni. The rcj-orl !s un- tonlirincd and Ihe line bas iio WOMAN IN THE CASE Alleged That She Received Stolen War- rant Located Them Involving the jupposed Iheit clothing and jewelry vortfc. in Streets and Parks Not Tax-; ed Enough for Water i Supplied Them neighborhood, of 51000, a very inter- esting case was commenced late yes- terday afteinoon when three King brothers, and a Mrs. Kiez were plac- ed under arrest by Chitt Constable pavls. Allic Nasser, who conducts a wholesale and retail fancy goods and general merchandise store at S15 3rd avenue, laid information against Charlie King, his raacager, charging him with the theft b! J10CO worth ot this merchandise, the property ol a co-par'ncrship, compossd of Xasser and the- King Bros. Nasser alsp. charged .Mrs. Raj'ty Kiez with hating knowingly received !the stolen property, v.-hich was fouad In her possession by the- police on a leoich warrant. Joseph Madofar, an- othtr meinhcr ol the Syrian colony, charges the other two -King brothers with threatened violence in attempt- to compel bim to caccel a cer- tain promissory note. The husband 61 1 is LJso mixed up in --the fracas.-. He is ptddlar lor the.-Al- trtrta Trading company, and had left the ''city t vesterday, .hut .was located- atJ-Xo.'GL nitne last night and this [Jnusual Features in Conneclion With Death of a Man Named McNully THE CITY COUNCIL; Held Regular ing License Matter Comes Up Again BE That is What Retail Mer chant's Organizer Said of Statistics FROM OTTAWA Kdnionioa. Alia.. Sept. Patterson, C'o-nFtr- vatlvp, has been oic-cit-J in the Peace HJvor ccr.sl'tuency by 74 ovt-r Ubtrar cacilidaie, W. A. lite, an'l o-, t-r it- t, P. ex- Ko-jr are 10 be heard from. They car.r.c; change tbo vesult. although they may cut down l'aUerson'3 majority. GOV. VENUSTYANO carf-'of the- State cf Coshuila, Insurectton has been success- ful over half of Mexico. If he is not shot, this constitutionalist leader may be a candidate-for the presidency at the next election. Decision Reached to Form a Branch of the Retail Merch- ants in This City Acting Mayor I .ore ring occupied' the chair-at the regular meeting the council jcMcrday. Chas. McCIcjiaghan, general man- ager for Southern Alterta of (he In- ternational Harvester Co., waiUd on the council tegardip.g water and scw-l er for their nciv building North I tlie cuupany plan-' FORMER Q1TOBAPF GUI I ultftut City Council and Members of Union Came to an Understanding VAGES WERE FIXED Practically All Persons Who Can Reid and Write May Vote Edmonton, Sept. with a mattress ami bedding and lying up- on tic floor ui a one-roomed shack in; ter connections would le made as to locale building there, the up- council promised that sewer and wa-i SHERIFF'S GETS .SIX .MONTHS THE-''PROVINCIAL V JAIL .sociation of Canada, explained, we i hereby "assembled decide that it will 'be in the best interests of the retail merchants o! Lethbridfe to form a !Lethhridge branch 61 the lletail Mer- j chants Association oi Canada. Car- EAILIFF'ried." After having listened to K. IN Calgary, Sept. recommenda tiou of the legislative committee Trowern, the Dominion secretary of: the City Council was adopied lab il.c association, -for nearly three evening, proposing a charter amend According to the coroner tlic mail j new greenhouses in Xorlh l.ethbridge. that he had hecn.a bailiff but .had p'OTtanl anil protective legislation, had been dead from' six''to eight i A' to'con- heen disnii.ssril ar.d jvas wanted lor According to Mr.-Trowel n, it will i, -v r H Tn'l l wil1' "ic connection forgery at l-cthbrnlgr. mean also the death of the ro opera- hours when found, tjp lo a late hour (.jt (axes on. tonight' Tib' attests were made. Me- church; rj Sully lias been ill 'Edmonton three properly ...._ .__ _._ years and was employed generally as the, lots have been the church' a hole! clerk. He comes from" Nor- js still registered owner 'rn'orning 'gave Jilrnselt up, and .after "being charged" "jointly, with tiia -wife; of' having received ''the supposedly sHolen property, he was released on S5CO cash bail furnished by his em- ployer, who also went joial bail lor Mrs. Kiez. -Tiic complainant retained- J. R. Palrier for counsel, and the defend- ants engaged A. B. Dunlop to de- fend them. Tn police court this morn- ing, tlie case was morning.1 parly--. oi: Syrinns have. ,.be'cr. giving tlic police seem.to beconr and none of them 1'irst Third Ave. The taxes this year arc S418. While following requirements: All who pay tases of ariy kind. _______ The wives and all wb f, five, stores.in this district, (or taxes. j.' o! the thiel aime oi the society is to j PUULMANi-COMPANY TO i anls. All tenants of property.- r.nd' husbands le a .menace the'retailer. This INVESTIGATED was somewhat oi a surprise to t know eiaclly shere they are at. The- he! woiiiil not King brotheis peddle goods for Mas- caii an inqMst' until further develop ir.enls. Thai the killing of' James McXulty Btr, who says that tlic Irimks and goods were stolen. King says they were sold. At any rate they were found1 on the premises occupied by Mr. and .ifrs. Klcz. Some weeks ago a brother of Kici was hrourht up on complaint of his wife, -charging desertion.. That was patched, up by Ch'ef Davis, and a week later a bookkeeper engaged by Ra'ey Kict' brother, charged Mrs. Kici with the theft of UOO cash and a pocket book, but the case was dis- missed, Tlic goods in this case are nil new and include some "very line silks in the Hudson's Bay Kesersc was cunningly contrived developed this tlic remainder ol the year. The wooden sleeping ears on I in Scotland and Kngland. He claims oi the plain clotb-s'Ioicet spent'.' the 1 local improvement taxfs Commerce. Coramission's night on the'Hudson's liay lleserve S28, as although the was veftigatton into Uie WalpE- searching for further "evidence in the, unoccupied [or a part of the year, ford wreck. The commission James McKlilty murder said was always held for.church purposes, why the Pullman this morning that- they hail very lit- and wili be used for that purpose Icr company cor.ttr-jed to operate lie to-worV on outside the gun case which had been found in the'yicinity, but.that they hid learQCil .that al patty ol gypsica wlio had'been en- capip.ed near by fnoicH away ye'sterr day going north. The mounted police have, bean notified and men.were sent put-'to locate IheEC- people. stat- said he, "and co-operaticn is fose in that while it -permitted ti all As an instance c! what i tvivis, of Igr.oHnt foreigners to vol the co operative idea has to it erclujcd a very large ciass of. t' tlis retail merchant, Mr, Tr.iwern cit-j most intcllisent and .best qualitl the great growth ot. their business j residents the city, the school tea tcr was referred hack to the assess-i ment meeting of the council. (Continued on liack fast passenger trains. that the co-operative store is notb- ins; more or less than n big dim-flam (Continued on page crs and employed in bu r.ess in various -capacities. He :no rhat tbc report' amended by striking o'.it the claus extending tbp franchise' In wives'a niabands of taxpajers; IMS HIS mnrnir.g when Detectives Moore ar.it Dublin, Ireland Scpl. Two tcno- c-h To or.c slriiig liad IJE-OIL attached Ititd (irtetn families, collapsed tin cans so arranged that when shak- 1 without- a moment's warning last en they would nnVe abound likd a -night, and forty lives arc supposed lo ecu-tell. This was behind the fceCT1 Iost Arranged so (hit it could puH tho' trigger1 of a gun ivas the other-1." at the side of the house. The dflecu'vcg figure llmi the fans were used to at- tract tht victim from his liul and As soon as the- dust cleared away, despite forks o[ name from rafters and rubbish and woodwork, chlHans their lives hi drawn work, also some gold watches when he turned the, corner'to learn; to save those ir.d ether odds and ends of, the cause ol the rineing, the- other I cai'ght ln 'he ruins. jewelry. They were lound pacVcil'string was pulled which was attach- neally in Uvo trunks, ar.d were tak- ed to the trigser of a shot gun hid- en to the police station. I den in the bushc-s. ed all erening glowing debris, A vi-omaii in bed in a room with five chU'Aren, went down with, the while four priests mlnlsterlng the last ad- riles of the church to L the occupants of the houses who might be reached be- fore life wr.s extinct. Their work was watched riy occupafita of the atl- joining hcusLs. who left tbclr homes after the crash and coufd not bo In- floors, but all were recovered. The catastrophe was not without its heroic: aide. Christopher Demp- sey saved ..two children by taking them in his arms arid jumping from a back window. It Is reported that (he corporation iluced to relinn. inspector, two months ago, Ivec Search for the occupants of .that the bouse be repaired, and tha' houses revealed the fact that tony tbc repairs ordered had been con; were missing. I nlolcd. Rush of Landseckers lo This .District Has Com-, menced The march ol hungry landscokers en the Lc'lhtiiidgc district, hcadcftby the C.P.K., Tias staled. Today Cnpl. D. Patterson, of Vnncnuvrr, who lias lived practically nil his life in Hrltiah Columbia, is also THAT IS THE AVERAGE FOR THE DISTRICT UP TO. THE PRESENT Isbul, Scpl. 35 ACTIVE IN FIGHTING ON BEHALF OF STRIKERS IN COPPER MINES DISTRICT Calumet, Sept. Agreement is a Lenglliy One- Members Ride on the Cars Free That the deparUaent recopiin he employees' association, and wll} ot discriminate agafnst any- em- loye? because of connection with anie. The oa the other land will not in any way Interfera vlth or limit the department's right o discharge or discipline any em- iloyee whtre suffieiBnt cause can.ba hown, except for membership in the. lEsociation." So reads the first clause lu tho cmblc agreement, signed today by Loverlng, acting mayor, on bc- nalf of the citp, whereby Letibridis Division, No. .629, of tho Amalgamat- ed Association of Street and Electric Hallway of'America is. given recognition by ibe city." It is a win for fne I.cthbridse street railway tbe lirsl year of tbe .operation of the eystem that which, tbe Cal- J gary cmpioycej have tried unsurc-ess'- fully lo oblnin tor ths-past thre.9' years. Wage Schedule The agreement is a. lengthy., ltiny forth ihe mles ivhich shall (overn between the, city and the employees. The wage scntd.-: is as'ionans: mcn'thE, per-hour, 25 cents 1 Second six months, per--houri'58 cent3..v Coinpjcncinii second vear, per hour, 30 cents, Commencing "third year, pf.v hour, 22 cents. Payday to be on the [ilh and 20lh of every'month. Work on holidays and overtima ''.vill-'be on.tlmc-and-one.half basis. On, Sunday the nicn will; .receive' nine wives and hushar.cls of tenants, and substituting'therefor! all'persona ovfr 21 years of age who have resid- ed in the city are-Bii- tish subjects, and who, when apply- ing to the city clerk, to .have their names put on tho voters' list, .are, able to read any portion of the sec- ond" reader in use in the public schools la Alterta. Tho amendment carried unani- mously. Another charter amendment touch- ing the franchise that was adopud, provides for tho one-man system, abolishing nil plural voting. DR. ROCHE AT SASKATOON Saskatoon, Safk., Sepl. Dr. Hodie n-ill arrive In Si'katcon Thurs- day at 11 a.m., n.r.d will leave the fol Ion-ing day for ItcsiM. .While in the, city he will he tendered a banquet by tbc Conservatives of the city at tbe King Gtorge hole] at 3 a.m. oa the same date of bis arrival. pay for seven rind a half Hours' worii. Employees 'will'. payi.one-halt'jlUic cost of first unifornrftiey: receive they will receive one free every year. .Car FreB Kmpluyces will be allowed to ride. at all UnVes on production their badge. No man under 2f pears of_ age .will be employed as motormau or conduc- tor. The settlement of disputes receives careful consideration in the.agreo-, menl. and will be ]set- tied according to a scheme of stbl-, tration such as is appointed 'under, the l.emicux Act. The union will.ap-i point n grievance committee of three to first consider all disputes.--- The person or persons having a grleT" unco shall first it by personal application to, the super? Intcndcnt. If unsuccessful, the-grlev- ance conimitlcc will take it up .'with (t'onllnucd on DOMINION GOVERNMENT TO AP- POINT COMMISSION TO IN- QUIRE INTO GEORGIAN BAY CANAi. 11 i i, per Cfnt. the grain m this picwls Ottawa, Oni.; Sept ointnifnt ol a commission to sider lh: ol the ap- ron- mm FICHT LUiJI IHU i luisl them, lie is cnllmila.slic in his trict is cut ami Ihtebhing is well un-i, Diners toihj- in the streets i.f Sal tlipjtct iviiith will beilrn mi "ration Authorities Re- of Ldhbtide. as a city-; nnd. .is of Lethbridge as'a city-; and as; within for (he roiintry, he bclievos it can-.a fcw tovfn. not be bratrn fur mixed larmlng. ncrc ib Xu. ami week Hears' ing stones and tans.. Two women and he decides lo stay, 'cmvs and will form the- basis of operations. ancl ulicn cavaltyflitn atriv- taken up slinrlly. by -the minister cil Ih3 tuinfj on them, throw- fiiblit works. Heretofore, the invcs- (cr Hufiman, one of the company's salss-1 The ready-made iarm colony is men, himsell a farmer in the filling up, and i( ihc.rcmaln- tion block at Calgary, arriveil wlth'der ol the buyers arc drawn from a ten or a dozen, lo inspect! such a wide area as those already the Irrigation lands cast oi JMllltil, it will he the most ccsrno- They.lelt this afternoon to inspect the ('oaldalc ready-made farm colony. This mornlr.g they visited the Do- minion Experimental (arm, spending whole forenoon there with Supl. politan dlslrict in the had reference wholly smj'iju.-.iis n--. i.vtn '.v.t. i- jjjp fnginccring features ol the IaIimnB; and 1 loading. Can any olhtr town were arrested by the soldiers, and estimate ol its cost, ihr line beat this? be Iwiial is now prnposcd .is an inquiry It was necessary (or the mounted'into the'economic aspect ci the pro- patrol to use iorce in driving hark' the women atid strikers. The strik- ing copper miners seem content to world. Kami Xo. JO has just been bought by C. S. Abraham, 61 Trans- vaal, t-'oulli Africa, lie is already settled ready trj stall'work irnmedi- KajrfieM. They were greatly laken On the (arms noiv ate men with what saiv, anrt feet now that this country has -ibil'tUs fcK' even rlrcam ol. K. J. Wartitwlc of l.cs Is tith the Party in charge of a num- ,'r of men California, located in prrman-.ntly vho are making .their, first trip tc, until Hie company's campaign in.the ftoni.South Afrtea, Mtiglanl.-.Irelariil, Seattle and the Philippines. Mr. Huffman did not miicli lime to fall' to Ike Hcrnld rran. 'tul tthca, lllis ,s 32 bushels lo Itc act. YUAN SHI KAI INTENDS TO QUIT I filablc proposilion. remain in the background and let the women the aggrcsive. (CANADIANS iN MIOIAND WRECK St. I'clenburg, Sept. rrorislonal rrcslJer.t Yuan Shi Knl, of Iho Chinese republic, 't _____ today Issued a decree announc- ing his Intention of resigning-, I Slonlfeal, Scut. Rolerlson, as soon ns peace Is Yancouw, and John 0. McTurk, EARL DOES ON STAGE London, Sept, tme a o m rran..- he intimated that Ic expected to be torcJ; According lo n telegram .Jloitreal, were the CaMdians fc'.illicin Albcrla. Isculh Is r.nishcil. f- from Miikdcn today. Jlldlanl wrtck. She was unhurt, ff but, ho 'Jfaa unconscious. 4 4 i lUolh arc all right non'. 't of Carricfc Is Iho latest recrull from the ranfcs of nobility to the music hall stage. It was ff announced today that his ap- pearonce has been arranged for an early "date in one act play, ''.enttll'.u, -'A Point o. Hor.or." move Him to Coat- icook- S'.-.crbrookc, Que., SepL K. Thaw today lost his' fight to deportation by remaining in the Sher- bvooke Jail. .Judge Hulchinson this afternoon sustained a-'writ. ,of habea; corpus calllr.? tor his release. Thaw remained dazed for-possibly three mlnules. The crowd began to leave the Judge's chamber in silence Thaw followed aimlessly., As be crossed the threshold, E. Illalte Rob- crlsoo, assistant superintendent of Immigration, tapped hirn on the shoul dcv and placed him offltialiy under arrest as an undesjrablp alltJi. The crowd ihen surfied :vrom the building and It was announced that'was continued. 4 Thaw would he. tafccn Immfcdlalely to Coallcooh for a hearing. Thaw's lawyers soenud slurined. Special ofliccrs of the immlEiatipn dciarln-.ent Jostled thPtn into the.cor.'- rldors.- i. "ril see you in Coallcook, tald Thaw, waving his ,baad to reporters. A by-product of Thaw's escape, (it cafie of "gentleman Thoinp'! son, cbauetier of the cftr that whirled Thaw away from Jiatteawan, for trial before .Moglslrale today. Thompson held in. ball laat itesk on the double, of entering the Dominion by 'stealth and. of Thaw an undcsira-bji lo cross the border. He: Is to a mailm'um months'" In Jail. Thompson's case was eallcd.al J0.30.' and with the consent, of both" sides; was put over for a 'Ilia ;