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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TWELVE PAGES Alberta. 5. CENTS Number 225 So Says Chas. Hotchkiss After 9000 Mile Trip Through States EXHIBIT AT LAND SHOW Cardston Produce Will Go to Chicago to Convince In- tending Settlers fapanese- People Demand Im- mediate Reparation From China ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE JAP Jail back from u mile ti though seven states of. the Union and Western Chris. S. Hotcb- provincial publicity commiQBlon- er, pawed thr'p'Jsli the city yesterday afternoon etiroute from Carditon to Edmonton.' Vhllo here he made tho thut the province would i Shanghai, China, Sept, has been desolated by looting, which for Ihn IMS! part could Ml le pre- vented. Eisbt Japanese, tarry fog Japanese Gags, lied toward their voasulate. The government loices, filed. Three Japanese are dead. Tuerc is uiucli anti-Japanese feel- ing among government foices, and the Japanese'iIag'.hoisieJ over slops has been no protection. Tokio, Japan, Sept. to the alleged massacre, ol Japanese at western and northern troops have captured the city, of fiishi. Tbf leailcr of the progressive party and iothers ale urging ojcujatini of Titn Tsin or some until China has paid cOiiipensattOD, Japanese Warm Tokio. Japan, Sept. Jap- anese pmnicr, Count Gomlei Yama- for to repoit Toklo, Sej-t. aiU'mpt was TRjUe today to assassinate >u-vrltaro Ale, director of the political, b'jre-iu i-i lay cse foreign offko. He was stc'olicd In the abdomen and is sutrerlug from a severe woimti. OEPORT THAW play it tiia Ciiic-aeo band !n; f Irlp to the Uoofs .ton district vaa to suro ofj (hp cocfeiencfs n-ith-. Ins premier ivill decide' as to the'cotirse of action to be taken by the e_st covernment in the '.natter. Public ffeiing in Japan is at fever point. Some ol the rnaiie by China." Home ot fino crops there this year lor, bis display. "Nature han'Jeji a real prize pack-: pge this Mr. Hotchblai in1 as ha'htil found them since return to the Wllh 46Q.OQD acres more land under j militaty action and urge- the crop taan ever before, the gralft of a Chinese sea-port Ly menla ttils-fRll wiil he Japaness until full reparation has on record, and the quality Iri with-'lha quantity- 1 dWn't ,'to In my '.jjhole trip." t aay-tiat sincerely, and uot beciiuie ot my jjosjtlon Jn the 1 Keeps. Up ;.'la from .tlifj Unttfid UotcUkiss K Is-r.ot, in. of 1 bcHtTa It la goius to be.heavier too. What Is aro llug actual fanners who are going on the land. While away 3 mot plenty ol'men vrho wintefl to come to AlherU to in'land, -but-I them ve, didn't theni'. want jpnvctlcjil will "be assets thft opmraunltyV1 r P. B. .Lpfl'cai' .do.I.'.UInk 6E 'the O.'-P, tha'srt menT of almplr vlVtl.liaye ei-1 ThV com- M'-skortjJghted" u lying itt hucdrodi of tbou- ot of Ifind in tha ooutb. It is like ia unvorkvd gold mine the Sray ll.tii. now, but vrhea ft is H mtjiet to coun- try- Tha road IB foinx to be- a blx boost to SoutWra Vitt Its openinK the sciltemwxt of the Lotb- CHARGED NEC LICENCE'IN THE-NEW ENG; LAND'WRECK r. A. p, Ctearing one rlullar a. biiEhel (torn pra'n yiclrtirii jiiitwu bubh- to the arrey from a mixed crop of anil is the 1913 farniinp expcriome ol Soice, of H'aTitcr- Soicc solved sptinc; on a quarter section of land near Warner, but the rarly drouth re tatilcd its grou-Ui, ar..l thinking lhal the crop '-vas doomed, he tritchci! onto drill and sowed flax over the whole pirce. With the early August rains, however, the uhc-at revived and grew ami lipe-ncd. The vrhoU mis- turc was cut and thccsned... Mr, Soice wheat for 'a'bushel and tbe IUx Tor 'S1.2Q.' The yidaed 2500 tbustals, znal'ing an of 'JLOG -a bushel for tlie mlxturci. xvhich cost a hushel to RcpaTate-' The grain is now on its way to Winnirieg. for "a r section crop is not {o tc Fueexed at. An Appeal is Immediately Entered and He Stays JUDGED ORDERS f r V Issued at'Montreal Also Inter- feres .vWjtH -Immediate Removal Montreal, Glue., Sept, 5. Judge GeryaTs today'.1 Issued a writ of habeas corpus calling for the pro- duction of Harry K. Thaw in Mon- treal once- Coatfcook, Sept. 5. The special board of Inquiry, sitting to deter- mine whether-. Thaw be two wllneiees and J reach eji: no-f'tfeciBfon. The In was still going on at nQon'aijd the word out that; the hei ring, would be con-: tinutd Verdict had been" found. examrned the forenoon were Thaw fttlf an'd.FntnKIln" Kennedy, "e- puly .attorney "general of Medicine Hal. Sept. Bdlnap, o! Seven I'crsons.u'as lined J50 and costs ior carry- ing concealed weapons, and th rcatcnl ng to shoot I o ih e King Edward Hotel at Seven Persons. -c- Murdered Wife and Children Tlien Set Fire to the Town Muelhauspn. (ieiniany, Sept. a. A traced tt-jrLcr named, murdejcd his wile and four cliil .j.'at Ilegeilc'i-h. yesterday, set fire to i tlie iri lour places last night and in a fusilade with the villagets who tried to cap- ture him, eight persons were shot anil killed and ten wounded. The maniac tout refuge- in 3 s'.atle where he tilled all the cattle. He Charged with Gambling- Was Put in Cell at Coaticook [was linaViy overpowered he had PRESBYTERIANS PASS RESOLUTION OPPOSING CEL- ESTIAL IMMIGRATION TO B.C. Vancourer. Sept. 5. The Westminster Presbytery representing _...... that denomination in Vancouver and jn exhausted the 20 cartridges with which tc hid provided Mmsrlf. The enraged villagers their ven- geance upon him by clubbing him acd slabbing him with pitch forts, He probably will die When he entered Muelhausen it was not known that he was a fugitive murderer. It was only after the wild scene, vrhuh had been enacted here police went to his apari- he was stopping and founts the uodies oi his i Travels Jerome relaxed his wife atia children. ?aJJ the lower mainland, yesterday j passed a long resolution es their pol- icv on oriental immigratiou. They 1 view witli alarm tlie ever-increasing I arrival of Orientals whose presence is felt In social, economical even moral condition. 1 They add, "the situation is already f exceedingly serin us.i One in every 'nine of our population is i'and as proportion'of their men, H means that one out uf every five: in British Co- THOUGH SOME FARMERS HAVE QUIET CARD-GAME: Mill Hand Saw the Game anc' Swore Out the Warrant CoaticooV, Sept. avoid any complications over his bail slipped out of town unnoc-" this afternoon In car. Coaticook, Que., Sept. New jlunibia is an Oriental. I "This Prcsbvtery would therefore urge that an understanding fce arriv- j ed at between our government- and various-.governments interested to. Oriental .'laborers until the PAID THREE DOLLARS A DAY FOR HELP Toronto, Ont., Sept. is ?lng asked for her final contribution of -to help the ?frfr> Oa'riadlan Northern, j adiah Pacific and Grand Trunk are Thaw was on the stand'less than two minutes. He was. ask- ed ,one questlori: man who killed Stanford v. v. uylce of. counsel, I aald.iThaw. He vyns f.oHt a recess was taken and'.later-'Mr. Kennedy -was call- e'd. ..--He-'identlfied the cornn-.ttt- the'quest which Thav; first to Matteawan, Thaw has betn piirhape tbe .teast'disturbed of all. He tfas shocked and stunned 'when u.'the'-habeas corpus .Wflt-was.sus- Koine fanners m'Soulhern Alberta are up in arms because H was in Old case of Hany K. Thaw k-r; the reason that he was under arrest'- himself OB a charge of gambling was in jail- Kor nearly an hour l.c stood in a small cell in the'-.-CnaUv cool; lock-up. Shortly before nopn.ta was released in S500 bail tor a kettV_ ir.g before a magistrate-. lomorro.Y. morning.- Jerome's arrest greu- out'oM informal played with" fv porters It sent a thr'ir through "ifce toirn and crowds fiJ--. loved ihe former district attorney 1 the jail, hooting .him, "Hooray for .deport. Jerome.''> Thaw's lawyers unanimously ti- that they were in. any .way respo for Jerome's ilUlord Aid-. bring in- iheir provided that I no of-- (bis. rare will {he. until condition is rcachM, when holier The statement was. absolutely cor-i sfcutor, Wat he 'but1 the Immigration tbe N'ew lUrcn bridge toiy expect a tool.-steady movement alosf ousinesi lines. Tba road wlil. MBuru tho loutb country of jood tnniporUtlorr facilities, while tto ojenlng of the for settle- ment will oit-jre 'the 0. F. n. of a good volume ot fralfbt." South Utrnlng Mr. was If he had of tha Alberta grain crop this year. atiled that this -riot dono unUI November vhen Uio tbreahlug returns will be pretty well ID Ino.Sands of Cfoe di mem, and-rv closer estimito can be made. However, ho had a groat fcooil'for'Southern Alberta. Leu land might bo actually under this year, but ha had never teen as much Eumm'orfallow. Ho.expected to _ni fee the average ylold fn Southtrn Al. j, hurUtalio si big Jump on tbiif account. MA eratfttt Corninisalop; gaa a. public to ctcnriin'o tho 'cause o! the-disaaler; By order of Howard l-jUIott.'of' the railroad, a ball of ioOOOVas (urnlshod Murray today. Ehglneer'-JIiller Is all liberty under a' bond fiirnlah'ed by tbe Brotherhood .of Ixjcoatottve Hngincera. MHIcr and Jturray, whoso stor- ies about the wreck do not agree, it Is sa-'ti, were called as to- day before McChord. Tho private. Investigation of -..the coroner be-gun which -lasLed until midnight last n.Uhtv and atcd in tho arrest of th'e Iwo was. continued today, under pollce'pro. tt otlon. j "I do net cxpccUto finish ifith itnessfts until some time rext said the coroner, 'Theri roy findinjtr. ulll be made ed about his mother, Grant! Trunk are figurlns oa tiad not arrived htre .a ten coach special '2 p.m., (hey wtll. bel lucky if (hat'f The C. 1'. H. will' their train lill !gCt fr'hqugh" to'warrant cue, while the" Northern wlil have a six coach train. traffic offlcinls are ftirrirJged this ycr-at the weak response forlhar- vest ere. WHERE IS MRS THAW GOING: Crcsson. Pa., Sept. Copley Thaw1, this morning, .through [-e'd'hy a jjd 'today artd-iff the .absence of any Information it wai asmrned riealth'Would not permit ThaW' thought yeiter- day. that she was coming In rei- to his repeated appeals by telegraph. Coatlcoofc, Sept. was 01 cfere.d' deported by the special board of Inquiry''his afternoon but an inv mediate appeal was. entered. Fur- restraining order, grant at Montreal, prevented her secretary, secured rCEervatloiis j Sis rcmovsl from his quarters here. on a fast Pennsylvania Iraln for Xew ''He .was found deportable on two counts, first having entered the Dom- inhn by having bse-n an inrnale of an insane asylum with- in livo years. York, the party to leave here (o-. morrow. Mrs, Thaw's further plains were not nudu known. APPOINTED CHIEF OF POLICE AT "A; WARM.'MEETING OF. THE TOWN COUNCIL the news spread like-irildfirc. -Andrews, However, S2.50 per-day is Ui? znil iKLCsrtiun of what vailing waec tbroualimii Vait cl hinfcn, -told him he- Mas the province, au.l there'is a Jcroinc slailcd with mand lor ncn-at that- figure.' One thru smiled; gravely and vas IeJ, cmplovRKnt otRte hart n (all lor to U. J.tronio-'-vas into- _cub- teamsters, bctoxc'Acn: o'clock -lMni; ir.g ol pool hall for (hs current year. Now that jthe provincial authorities have de- cided to grant the local proprietors the provincial license, that was pr- Some notable ficcple iirr. the ibqvt.cut. tntm may Hon. W, K. Oeorflc Goodarham, M. P.'P., and Gooderharn. litloned.against, it ig.necessary lot the council to set a license lot the (own If any revenue is to be realized (rorn the pool halls.'. A rale o' W> lor the first'and SIS foi each acMi: tionol table- Mas suggested; also ol ten o.'cloelt. nour ol leri o'elocV.' Just how the pool room sidewalk was 48 1-5 mills. A great many of-the 'Ironi the south are returning '-.home: this wteli. Some came expecting '16; fjnci a country of cold sat j drcaty (teji-i arc all returning wilh trie kBoWiifags ..v.n. proprietors will act toward the tended visll lo Alberta. Is desirable a'toming" place country, and a rnaVe-a home. .Mrs. 'John 'A.' Workman, .with' tor f ;