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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September THE LETHBRTPOE DAILY HERALD Lumber At We will ship direct to your town small quantities by local freight, You can save from 20 to 30 per cent, on your purchases. We guarantee grades and prompt service Lumber Co., Ltd Lethbridge Yard 1407-3rd Ave. S. 9 Phone 1492 Edmonton, Alia., Sept. II. ivr.S; KUrjJcrslss susiinl B. Washington, D. C.. Sept. Mis. Hmmeline I'nnkliurst, leader c! :enl of the department neglected Ilic llritish militant suurageUes, can ,ho oi AlterLa, be admitted to the United _ States firat vice-president ot the Am- In October, the lime set In the latest crican Prison Confess, called announcements lor coining, the immigration authorities will decide v.tether any ol tbe acts for whicli she has been imprisoned in England constitute moral turpitude within the meaning ol the law and make her an imdesirahle. alien. She will be de- tained'at- whatever port she. lands, she may be permitted to enter. To tbe immigration authorities, meet at Indianapolis October 11 Mrs. 1'ankhurst's visit here presents and Canada. 16, will present- much new informa tlon in his address upoii "Outside Work for Hoys and Reformatory Methods." Mr. ChaiKick has '.net with remarkable success in his cor- rective work with the. wayward boy and as a result some of his methods have been adopted by institutions, in various parts ot United States Some Sweeping Changes De- si gne d to Cie ate Free dom from Possibility of Panic Washington, D. C., Sept. administration currency reform bill, as approved by the demoeratlc'cau- pointed out what they held to be the weakness or the measure. They said they found the. democrats of the.com- iulttee so hound by caucus ac- Will I IDE IEXI SPOKANE CHAMBER OF COM- MERGE TO CONDUCT TOUR AMONG THE FARMERS Spokane, Wash., Sept. Bt this time purely a hypothetical question and Ihey itccltr.c to pass up- on if. .in .advance. Officials of the de- partment arc seeking nil obtainable information, Ihe British EUflragist's activity that may have a legal -tearing upon her right- to admission lo Stales. lie United PORTUGUESE ROYALISTS SIEZE OCCASION FOR DEMONSTRA- TION WHICH REPUBLICANS PROMPTLY SUPPRESS Mr. Chadirick treats his wards as human beings, making friends with them at the earliest opportunity and directing them by example and sug- gestion atone. He has.taken in hand boys ivho were stamped as incorrig- ible by parents'-and police and assistr ed them in working out a new scheme of things, so that they ate DOW pointed to as models in "their various communities. THIEF SNEAKED THE CASH FROM A COUNTER AT ATLANTIC CITY London, Sept- Madrid cor- respondent ol the liaily Telegraph wires: "Reports are filtering through Lisbon. Royalists are repotted to have' brer.the. holding up'oC telegrams to "ex-King Munucl, congratulating, him en his marriage, nuti that" the protests have been by Grave disturbances have occurred in the Portuguese At l.'fsbon a'WSe'containing a wed- ding present' for ex-King Manuel which was detained by Portuguese customs, Is -still at the customs house arvaiUtig.some one lo tiring a k'e.y Id open it- The LE-wspapers say, the matter will HOSV he" placed in the hands ol the municipal chamber as should 3t prove true that the inscription on liie present reads "from- the city oi Lisbon to its the chamber, as representative of a republican rity, will rc'use to allow the to Lisbon .unless the inscrip- tion -is removed. Atlantic City, N. J-, Sept. S.-A thief who had the daring .lo_yrork _ while a crowd of travellers; about him, got from tho ticket office ot.the Philadelphia and Heading Railway. lie left r.o clue. .The puzzled railway officials refus- ed lo discuss the but a minor employee told this -story: The money had been counted oul from the receipts. ol Sunday, ar.c Monday the ticket' agent, Chap- man, to be deposited in a local bank A rush of passengers .to. buy tickets for the JO o'clock express for Phila tjori, that they could cot consider five thousand Spokane country larm- amendments to the bill, which, Hjera wiU bc rpached in a campaign to adopted, would have eliminated its udspund'ana quesliop.il.le provisions.! conducted late tLU month acd all They.suggested that the provisions of October in an effort to secure tiie conlpclilr.c national tanks to i planting of aties oi land to scribe for' the capital stoit ol the alfalfa this season and cevt. The federal reserve banks on pain oi for- Spokane Chamber of Commerce will to-jfciture ot their charters, was "ol manage tbe campaign IB connection cizing the measure various amendments. epu and proposing The majority report declared, "it is- intended to bring about necessary changes- in', the present banking and currencv system of the United States OLD BILL MINER'S LAST AUUEST provision making the new leiicral re- tho surrour.Jing country. serve notes obligations o! the United. will travel oycr 3000 miles ol rail- creates a central Bank. They urged that lh: powers of the federal reserve loard were too road on five different lines. Tli: purpose of trie five-weeks' cam- paign is to arouse interest in cutting great and that (here is a great dan- j up the great wheat farms oi the Sno- is now drawn, that tar.c country, many of which number currency o. gCr as m now dmvn, lhat 1 tar.e country, many of which number correct long-siandiiig evils that tfcc: business of the counlry! their acres by the thousands, and to bad a slow and deep rcoted growth. It aims at the rectilication of the es- sential defects of the present system, although.it docs not seek :to malie all tr.e innovations that might from Ideal standpoint, be deemed desiN able." i. Reviewing the arguments against the so-called Aldrici. plan outlined by the national. monetary commission arid against all central bank plans suggested, the report said "After IboVing over the whole.'ground .'and after examining the various sugges- tions lor legislation, the committee on hanking ar.d currency is firmly of the opinion that effective legislation on banking must irc.iude the follow- ing fundamental elements; whicrrvit considers indispensable- in a measure may be used for partisan political j bring about diversified farming. The advantage. The progiessive views of message-will be carried directly lo the currency question were set forth the farmers fri the fields, and at each in a report "on the glass bill filed sev- station the eiperts will jourr.ey by era! "days ago. .by Representative automobiles _tb the iarm homes, Lindbergh, ol Minnesota, the pro- school houses and community cen- gressive member of the committee. ters to show the tanners the profit- able results of .alfalfa'growing. Vancouver, Sept. Columbia Coal-and Coke Company, wLlcti Is controlled 'by Winnipeg capital, has likely to prove satisfactory to the disposed ot IU property at Coalraont, country. to Vancouver men. The chief owners Kssrnlial Elements were Hon. Co'.Ln Campbell, W. L. Par- "Creation of a joint mechanism for J.'-tW. Brown and D. II. ihc extension cf credit to the hanks, j eld. The amount Involved la one possess sound assets and which i million and three quarters, and deal desire to liquidate them lor the pur-J Includes townE-lto of Coalmont When pose of meeting legislative, commcr- j Kettle Yallsy Is comrloted next cial, agricultural and industrial dc-'year the mine will make a especially mands on the "art of their clie-ntelc. "Ultimate retirement of the pros- made it nc NUT COAL Lump, also Mine Run, Screenings, Ton or Car Load Lots. NEW BARNES MINE PHONE 1476 C. O. JL'ONY EXPRESS 4081 AXfri f PHONE loand St.) Al'.U 63? TRANSFER J. FlgoTnt, Proprietor TKU.SKS DELIVERED To any pirl of llio city. Furnltun Removed; Coal C.O.O. PRAYING ''.Of AH Kinds ..Astern Transfer Co. Limited P, H. Freishl sheds r lie: 'HONES Office r 462 I. 1084 ent to. leave the bur.dle of notes minutes and help Ms assist- ants in .slapping and selling tickets. The bills were stacked up on tho counter on the Arkansas avenue side at the station. Inferraiiiic was a lickel-rack, which blocked oil any view 6? the counter uhcn the ticket seller and his assistants were at the. front.win- dows. The thief must lave calculat- ed his opportunity closely, for il one ol Ihe agents had been'at the win- dow lacing Arkansas avenue, the in- truder woulrl have been sera.' The door of the office'. had been left open, a few minutes before, and the robbsr evidently slipped from the crowd ol several hundred jammed around the office, opened the door a Erific, seized the money with a swift motion unobserved, stuffed the notes inside his coat and Ihen lost himself In the throng. At any rate the bundle of money was missing when Chapman returned lo the counter soon alter the train had pulled out. The signal tower men on the Meariows, a mile oul from the station, wero asked to halt and .search the train for suspicious persons. That ivas done without result. Detective Caplaln Richard Whalen u-.is called in and put two meu lo work with the railway detectives. WELL-KNOWN TORONTO ALDERMAN DEAD Toronto, Sept. George McMurrJch passed away on Sunday r.ight !r, his 5tli year.- His a protracted one. Ho was member of the cltr council so long ago (891 when he represented old St George's ward. He had been In falling health for eomfi monfha, suffering from gen- eral breakdown. He was (ho second son of Ihc late John ilcMurrlcli, who was n member of the legislative assembly in the Tarliamenl of Ontp.rio, belns tiio Ub eral meinber for North York from 156G until 1SI1. for thcac-'cnt bond-secured currency with suit- able provision for the fulfillment of jovcrnment obligaffans to bond hold- irs, couplrd with tbe creation of- a latisfactory llexitlc currency to take Is place. Provision for belter extension of banking facilities in- for- eign countries to the end.that our trade abroad may bc enlarged and hat American business men in for- eign countries may obtain thft ac- commodations they require in the conducl of llieir opcratlons." these cardinal and simple propusilions the committee us not rtcemsd il wise at this lime make any recommendations save thai in a few pnrliciUars it has sug- gested the anifndnifnt- of existing "revisions in the national bank act, of supplying the Vancouver market. LONDON DAILY MAIL CRITICISES DISCREPANCIES THE FIG. 1 URES GIVEN PUBLIC The above picture was taken old Bill escaped from prison in British Columbia and was arrested a few days later. Th: big man at his side Is the sheriff. Old Bill died Wednesday at the prison state farm, Georgia. "D'll" Dill Miner Dies in Prison [Continued from Iront Washington, Sept. Penrose of Pennsylvania, will charge on floor o! senate that more tban Americans have been killed In Mexico since, present "reign of ler. ror" began. The senator will cite as hla authority Governor Colcjuttt of Texai. OTTAWA TO HAVE PEAT FOR FUEU Otlawa, SepL 100? tone of peat from the government plant at Alfred, Ont., will be sold In Olla'wa this Vlnler. The price of this com- modity to OEtawa people will probably be 15.00 per ton. WEATHER MOST FAVORABLE Calgary. Sc-pl. weather throughout gcutherh Alberta this morning U clear and cool. Farmers, where threshing l3i not actively under way, are only awaiting the arrival of bo big machines. Danger of damage rom frost is regarded as pas-t. His criminal operations ranked Mm with the James Boys, Vorajcrs and Daltons. In Canada, so lar as knoivn, he only operated twice, the last time holding up the Canadian Pacific ex- press in Uritish Columbia in 1903. That three men could hold up a big transcontinental train, crowded with lassengerK, and manned by 'a tic. rain f but hey il, completed their rohV.ery nd got away. The three robbers, Miner, I.ouls Colquhoun nnj Thorns )unn, helil and roubed the Irain at Ducks, 260 miijs from Vancouver, on May 10, 1006. It fas the rain robbery in the history ot Can- ada, and the first had'also hero Min- r's, a robuciy committed en a train at Mission, near Vancouver. Caujht by Counted 1'olice were captured, and they were sentenc- ed to twenly-five years at San Quen- lln. This sentence was served out, 'anil immediately on his release Miner roli- led a'u Oregon Washington train, Scplcmber 23, 1SD3. He was. assisted by Gay Harahrnan Charles Koehn. Tho robbery occurred at Coriett, Ore., anj robbing the passengers they looted the strong boxes of- tho Sept. coiu- incnts 'which have been previously made on the manner in which the C. II. issue their traffic details to the public, the Daily-Mall today cri- ticizes tbe July returns and asks with a view to strengthening tbat' whether it would not bo possible to measure at points where, experience has shown .the necessity of altera- tion." To Avert Panics for. the panics of-Ihe past century, the report sets forth that under the proposed law, the federal reserve hanks to he created under the bill, would have available at least o! reserves in cash. said the report, cre- ate a reservoir of liquid funds far surpassing jnylhing of a similar kind ever available in this country fore. It would compare favorably with the reserves possessed by gov- ernment tanking institutions The committee reviewed the bill sec- tion by section, selling forth ,'at gteat length the probable operation and rsaults of the law. Republican Criticism In their mtr.ortty report on (he bill the republicans oi tbe committee issue more accurate returns. UP 'o the end ol .luly, the returns ol gross earnings showed an aggre- gate decrease of since July 1. When the net earnings statement for July was issued on August 23th, the gross earnings for July.showed a decrease of only showing ac- cording' to the Mail, Ibat the wee'sly returns had been underestimated by or over pounds. Not only that, says the Mail, but tbe conlpany continues publishing these inaccurate figures even, after they have been rerlscd, nnd asks why they should not Include on the revised de- crease of for July and say Ihc nzgregate was revised to the end of ATENTS MAY APOLOGIZE TO JEROME Ottawa, SepL arrest at Coat Icook, featurdjy, of William Travera .TCTome, rcprc3cnting the Blale of New may assumo an International asliOct. It Is that tho dr cumfilanccs surrounding the aspect o Hut nrrfpt n'lll lookcrl Into ttie dcpftTtment of justlcn, And Jt !s under atood U nol in strict accord nncc Aiih tlic an apology will bc .tendered lo the state ol New York, WINNIPEG TAX NOTICES Winnipeg, Sept. boa-rd of control decided today that tax notices 'or 1913 will be Bent out on "October i5. Instead of November 1, as na3 been previous practice, and that a raoath Instead of a fortnight will he liven In whlcli Ihe two per cent. jato for prompt pan be earned. Xotw I the (an A Ing tight money :axc6 for 1012 made a neu" record for collection. On Adam's Peak, In Ceylon, a; nboiil 7.000 feet above son level, la a large fiat stone on which Is Ihe Imprint of the human foot. Mahoriv fjicdans believe iMs to be the place that Adam first slopped, on being ex- pelled from'lhe Oarder. of-Kden. In ctoso to this aie the tea gardens of the world-famed Numara Pacific Express Co. He was always suspected of taking part iu Iho robbery made oa the Groat Northern train at Raymond brickyard, above Ballard, In Ts'ovepv .H came shortly after bfa operaiions.near Portland, and was fol-1 ioived by two train lioldups in which he took part in Canada. He Ihr.n robbtd the Souihern Ex- press Company of G-eorgla of JCO.COO. In this crime he had two accomplices.' Ii -.vas to be Ills last operation. He was, as stated above, captured by Ihe. being ideotified at Gaincj.' vllle, Ga. When he was sentenced on' March 15. 1911, i? was put In Uie chain fejng, but on October 17, of tho same year, while at .work on the con- vict fnrm at Mlllegevllle, Ga.. he ef- fected his escape. He was re-captured and greater vigilance was ciscJ. But on June 28, 1912, the old man again got a-wav. This time ha (he morning of August 9, 1907, Min-i was a few when on Xanmmo, serving tlitee 3 was re-capliirca an'd years.for forgery W. J. V.opds, of he, was to remain till he gol Me final release by ft decree from a High Court; from which there IB no appeal. Another prisoner who escaped with him last June has not beer, heard of since and s believed to havo been drowned. A The. Uireo robbers the Provincial aud were taken by the Nortlr.vest Mounted Police under directions cf Superintendent V. S. Ilussey, oi the former department. They were con- victed, Miner anil Dunn gelling uje and Colquhoun twenty-five years. Victoria, r. ligltt term for forgery, and A. r. McUluskey, oi Vancouver, seven ypnrs (or wctc found to have escaped hy digging out of the jail yard. All -were taken cvrcpt Miner. Hii arrest by the Pjnkertons at Raincsviile Kcbruaty for the big robbery of the Southern Kspress company at Wliite Sulphur, Vcb- rtiary 18, led to liis being sentenced to 20 years in (Jcorgia Penitentiary, lie already had served more than hall his sixty years in penitentiaries of the country. In A. K. Mintr, alias alias A. Morgan, 'Otrt Alias whore Is grown. Tea Table Silver and EC ell combined In ver trticlei marked This brand, known 'HlnrXlatttlatWim" la made In the heaviest. grade 61 phto. Thoro arc designs from J which Jo George Enwstils, uas from San Quentin pcnilcntiarj-, California, attcr serving a number ol years for stage coach rolibery.-in 18SO he met the noloiious Bill l.croy, ol the :tiest known highwifjiitn the Rocky Mountain region at Denver. The pair rphlicd right ar.d lelt in many towns in Colorailo. and late In" the year robhed the Del Norte stage'of t.eroy was caught and lynched, Minir escnpetl, Oolng eisl, Miner ietiled for a short time at Onondngo. Mich., where he posed as a wealthy Callfornlan, and became engaged to u He left suddenly and appeared In Denver, With Stanlon Jones, he Again held up the DePNorie ttage, and on stolen horses. Both were captured but they shot their captors, wounding them only, and Jones -was later taken and served the, years for horse, stealing. Miner escaped. On November tysulan; a gang ot-four bandits, .who robbed the Sonora stacc In California ol 1W. lie and Crum, hit lieutenant, man of Miner's coWage mid capacity. iad he devoted Ws wonderful talents ;o an honest occupation might have made one of the world's greatest g'en- erals or princes of fiaance. Will kill every fty in your house or store. Allybuhare do is to get tortfce Directions in tach sliow how to do thii. ;