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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Lelhlirltlge. Alberta. Wednesday, September 10, l CENTS Number 229 Two Demntrals Opposed, but Lafolle.tte a ad Poindextcr Progressives Voted Yea THE CITY OF Washington. D.C., Sept. Democratic TarKf Hevlclou LIU 1 id the Seuate mt o'clock this at- ternoon by a vote.of to 37. a "burst ot thai eivept down from crowded galleries, and found Its echo en (ho crowded floor ot the Sen- tie. Its passage nils with j rurpriEcs in the final moments 01 the voting, when Senator Lafollette. Rc- an; cast hU rote with ihc WEYBURN Weyburn, Sask., Sept Inauguration of Weyburn as a city la being royalty today. Great crowds are in the streets, and prominent officials of the pro- vince, and representative officials from sister elites arc to iske part. Has History No Parallel Albany. N.Y., Sept. T. Jerome and Deputy Attorney Kern-dy denounced Thaw's deportation as tlit most contemptible trick in the hts- tory of civilized government. ocratP. and was joined a few moments l ft ft I ft f. 1 ATPf Al fi 8 later by Senior Polndcxter. Progres- j RE j j j A ft] J jLLij jftl The DeroocrjUs had counted through Hi U III! i EUeflL 3ut tho long tariff on loain; thg of Senators Handcll and Thorn- ton, of Democrats, who vot- ed against the Mil today, because it would pul siisar on the free list. Un- til the names ol Senators LafolteUc PoJndezter were called, however, no one know definitely ihe tahe, aiid their votes were greeted with enthusiastic applause. President Wilson tonigh'. gratification over tho eiitl of the long struggle fn the Senate. Senator Sltn- ctialrniau of (he com- mittee; who had piloted the bill throiisti. (ttic Finance'cciunjittec, ULQ Democratic caucus, atiti the Senate, predicted that its passage ivotiM 1] ring'Immediate stimulus to the busl- ncfcs of As it pasted the Senate, the tariff Wll PepresenlV an. average refli'C of more than four-per cent from .rates of the original bill that parsed the1 house, and nearly 2sJ rcr.cent1 from the rales of tne'GxIstlng lawi In many "linporlaat.. particulars vhe Sen- tlie. bill that patst-d the housa, apd a conference con. nil- tec of'th'e.two vUl begEn vorX on or Thyrsday th -of holh liiuUes predict, Ibat ihc coDsiimc leas'than" "weukv time'; Is Glen Campbell Unfavorabh to Farmers Being-Given Grazing Leases 'A firmed force was landed loiiay at- China, to a spe- caa Shanghai. P3sif-i Japanese cruisers and a gunboat rived at Ilic Oiintse rivor Port and Glen Campbell, Ihc s'jnprintcr.clont of Indian agcucicy, has, since the an- nouncement that the" Hlood reserve would not he to the former holders, Iccn making a hasty tour ol hotli ihe Ulood at.d Z'cLgau reserves in an efiort toinvestigate the move- ments 01 tlie Associate, Hoards ol Trade Ho their pndeavor to obtain these lands.lor the running of cattls by the fanners. Maclccd paper tomes out with th; report that th; Indians are very averse to the leas- ing of tiseir to'-lUe-. any that Mr.'Oanirhell made a extensive tour oi the leservcs, that'the result'of a vote tafcen shows that they ate kcealv opposed to any such, disposal of the-land, prclerring to aHov.' the reserve to lie- idle if lease to the former holders is nat re- As a matter oi fact, Caniphcll spent some time in Cards- ton tho other day, hut ii-hd went over to the reserve one.sawi and the vote-must-, have-.been in the nicht. He conipired with sev: cral'of those have been active in behalf of the and was greatly-surprised to learn that they on t the cattle and 100 Japanese loatines and several quick-firing gur.s wetc sent asliore and arc now quaileied at flic J.ap- ancse consulate. of stock is iticosnparaijle. j. "serve the grade ASSASSIN .COMMIV.TED SUICIDE Toklo, Japan, Sent.-.'O.-'-One of llio apsasslna ot Director Jlorliayo Aoe, or the Japanese foreign office, .coinmitt ed suicide today by plunging a sivord nlo throat QUEBE.C S TRANSFCflfieP ilERe. AUG.I9 BACK TO GOATlCCCWE. SEPT- 3. AIMESTflD NEAR HERE, -SENT TO LEFT- il iMfs CflXrFU By 4uri F i i t e KP BELLOWS THAW MASS, REPORTtP HERE iN THE TOILS AOA1N ColsbrooS. X.H.. Sept. Jlarry K. Tiiav.- ab- out llie bSlla ol Coose countv. NOA 'iS-jmriElnre. for tljvre -I- lotJ.ly afcer thrust across tlie bordc-r, ainl was ar- rested by ShcrifC at a 1U- tie srhocjlliouse, five miles fror.i Coletirooit jJEt abojt nooa. Tha'A' no leslttancp, ar.U svas bro-jght imracdiately to Insane Murderer of Stanford White Given Startling Surprise--Whisked into U.S. in High Speed Counsel Completely Foiled COUNSEL CHARGED CONTEMPT OF COURT Two Macleod M_en are Afte it and it's Up to the Minister JIacleod, Sept. Indians on th Canuck Officers Dumped Undesirable at Norton Milis with Information that He Was a Free Man-Reporters Picked Him Up-He is Under Arrest Again fat Canadian Government officials, htaded by Hon. Charles Dohcrty, minister ol justice and acting minister of the Interior, held a conference at Ottawa yesterday afternoon and is 3 sequel, Harry Thaw wai whltked across the Vermont border by Immigration officials this morning and dump- ed at Norton Mills, with the information that he was a free mmn era! to go wherever he liked. There is no evidence that the American author- ities had any knowledge of the' startling sudden move and the surmise that the government look this means of ridding Canada of an undesirable _. and a man whose presence constituted a menace to the amicable relation! with the sister Thaw's counsel had not the slightest inkling .ofthe allalr until It was all over, having apparently decided to rest on their pare until the habeas corpus motion came up for argument on Monday, next. Thty expressed loud Indignation and that the Immigration .uthor- Itics viere guilty of contempt of court. After aCK.ss'atne''Tine" He crossed the Vt'rmont border into'New Hampshire and. v.as arrested at Colebrook, the reporters havlnc, Kept the wires busy re-- porting his movements. Her being released by' lh- immigration authorities, dazed vas picked up by the newspaper men who had followed the official. HOW IT HAPl'EXED T. Jerome, coramander-in-chiff ot the Xe-.v York legal farces, was at Not'. inn's Mills Vcrrclt added no- oi publicity 'these teys. Inspector i K. Th.w to thp kncvv 'lllat Thaw Wa5.to be Si-inrnrd. of tfc6 dcpaitment ct ln-; burder al b o clock imb .B. cn. SQ lo .Vcrmout. dian'Affairs, "has over the I _ As.Thaw Wl SL-BKPlSOv COUNSKL Monlical, W.-Tle sud- CHRONOLOGY OF THAW'S. MOVEMENTS AND DISASTROUS EXPER. IENCE IN OF CANADA d'ia'granj rijvleivs' gJ'aiie'e.'Thavr'a'movenients nfter escaping from 'asy'iu'm i the courts in Canada. Ulood Hcscrvc'ate gelling Ilieir shar Coalicookc, Qiic., Sept.. to thp Vermont guidance of Deiniti- d i lmr.rtling.oj..their aiiairs in Ihc tern- itobHts, lie said If was jorary. absence-'.oi'an K- J-1 a .cass of Iloberls, an- .LEGISI.P_E City May Ask Authority to Convert Current Account Deficit Into Capital Account by an Issue of Bonds On his way to the automobile, i together .to discuss what steps' nl icp.or voice lo and rcccivcil the endorsement ol! that he was heins KiJnaJiptJ. ami im- the act Naples, Tt.ili', Sept. ilet- talli, director o! tho Observatory ol Mount Vesuvius, tojethtr with sev- eral protessors ot the University cf JIunlcb, accoiiiplishcd a dating dei- ctnt into the crater of the Volcano today..Tbo professors remained In- side tbe crater two houis, studying In the midst of asphyxiating gases new volcanic, activities. The ciplnit occupied eight hours. The scientists consider that a great rc-swakcoing 61 the volcano is approaching. ONE OFFICE IN WHICH ECONOMY PRUNING KNIFE HAS OP- ERATED VIGOROUSLY The city engineer's office .wears n deserted loofc these days. Last year It Tvts the spot ofllces. Today Its occitpanta number Knglcicr Har- vey, his assistant W. A, Adp.m, Rec- order E. 0. SllcWey and Miss Sanp, stenographer. Tha staff has been reduced with n -ojigcance. Last year -.vhen wort In full there wire, 3! enrolled on the resular staff of the ofllco. Ul> till A (ew days ago .tlierft were Kew York-, Hcpl. ot' fivo In tho odico. On Snlutd.iy, the Arctic club'hcrc ate surprised at leraent man, and the lace seems to e between the two. Nobody stDins lo be able to ac- count for the fact that the agent Is to conic Irom Macleod. Ths ;reatcr rorttcn of the Indians' husi- icss is 'done through Irom Caldslcn, anrl there are. men in that vicinity who arc much belter ac- qiniutc-il -ivitn (he Imlinns' aiiairs. Hut it is the general sentiment around ttadcod that. Hie agency at Standon will-see otic cl the two above n-.entionrd men liliing the iob. At any raie the question will be set- tled finally within the next ten days, iccordinj lo the information al hand.' inigrattnn omcrrs iuiighl to iiubt. him witlr assurar.ces that was not the case. Notwithstanding, he fought lik' the immigration authorities was (ninly in contempt of the court' of'. declaied J. McKcown; sc a ciic! counsel .for whrn he; ____ madman and smashed a window learned what had happened from a hotllc as tlir- ofTicers dragged him down the stairs. The suddenness ol the manoeuvre look both Tliaw acd his counrel Star. "I cannot say anything as yet as to what we will, do now, hut- we. get together and decide on tho tircly by surprise. It was- course to be taken. The uliolc mat-; licrei tbouKh not confinr.cd, that the] tcr is news to me, and is most immigration on-ccrs acted uoder in- j p.xpcclcd." structions of the minister of the terior. K. I.aFlamme, .K. C., another I of the counsel for Thaw, stated also BRUTE WHO FOULLY MUTILATED CHARLIE DAWSON'S BODY CONFESSES TO CRIME Statistics Which Should Convince Governmenl of the Gain to be Dcrivd by Leasing the Reserve to Farmers would be'one ol the first ol ol savageiy amor.g the liski- i6s, thoy say.' A letter wtittcn by -iadford on June 5, 1913, (he (lay he- s said fo liave tteh killed, was "re- eked yesterday. The letter was lor- _rdcd Irom Balhurst Iclet by the me liskllno chief vlho broujtht the s ol tho alleged murder ol the wo white men to the Northwest .-ountcd I'ollc6. In his.Idler, Had- ird announced thai he and Street cro slatting' for tlic MacKcnzie Ita. .LQIUM LOSES STATESMAN" Ilelglum, BeM. i Smct Nacyer, IMglan Mlulsi'.r State, died.here todiy. therefore compose the espert engin- eering staff ol the clly. FIRST RETURNS. FAVOR LIBERALS Prince Albert, Sask., Sspl. First Information .of Cumberland bye-eletllon, norlh of here, shows In Cumberland polls alone, 'they being the largest In the conslllu-' D. A. Hall, Liberal, 36, and W. C. 27, Returns fom polls will not likely be In for (tveral dayi. What 131 farmers can do, if granted the Uloou Heaorvo groilng rights: Owned loday by 131 farmers: Cattle Horses Average number of ht-ad owned today Average number nest year Intimated Increase Indians' receipts, present lease Indians itceipls' farmers leases, at jl.Cti per head Increased bincfit to Ir.dians, r.nr.ually................... Kstlmatcd increase in value of mixed farmed froducts----- Kstlmaled valiialion live stock of Iho soulh Est, Future TirantforJ. Ont., Sepl. Jas. Tay- lor, a lialf-brocd, known In police cir- cles as "Taylor the Spiniavd." ha confessed lo the murder of thirteen- ye.ir-olc! Oharlio DawEon. whose mut- ilated bcdy was found early ycstcrriay hcsldo (lie road near Cainsvlllc. lor, who i3 of 'somewhat low loen- The destination of tlic. automobile, j that he had icK-ived no word of the save that it w.is some place in Vcr- action of the immigration authori- mont, just over the border, was un-jtjes. known to any person except its pais-i "It is the first I have' h'eard of any engcrs. j he'said. "1 have hid if. was reported that Thaw r.o information whatever as to any he 'taken to Norton Mills. Heclsr j swh action by Ihc immigration au, Verrctt, counsel Kew j thoritics." York slate in lijht lo have Thaw nrcenshielrls, K.C., Mas cx- broughl bark lo Matteawan, said i in his comment. that' he did not tbini that William1 (Continued on paje Stuff For Green Feed Standing, But Great Bulk of Crop is Ready For the Thresher and Country is in Fine Fettle i Southern Alberta's crop la cut. The binder 1ms given way fo Ibe thresh- er. Whlls the above EtaUmunt Is true as a gor.ernl thing, II does not lui'o apply to Fome scattered districts. Hut commilttd an offence ag- received the Her- nlnal the yo-.in_BolcY for which the lien- 1 it cril, that all grain, ally is life imprisonment, and Killed sonn jor cutting as o grain crop, has him so that he would not "squeal." visited by the binder, and only Taylor told the 1141 killed the'boy s; the finest yields In the country. There has been frost in a few places, hut not enough to hurt Mr. Barker said Ihe trost on night was not hard enough to hull tomatoes or squash vines. Threshing Is proving that the grain Is of excellent quality and a good yield. Aid. Skellh slatca that ihe SXelth-N'ourse faira southeast of c authorities that tie j tnoso Cr0p3 fOr green feed are city Is yielding well, the'Quality ihorlly atleV nlno o'-! The Carmangay dlsl- being high. 155 j clcck on .Monday night, at tbe very whcro one-third ot the grain BLOOM OUT ON DAIL lleastd on hall, and has returned lo Max Ulooin, who was sent up (o tha his old haunts, liloom. races a chuTg. barracks hero to await Irial on c, com tnitment .Medicino Hal, was re- spot where the body was found. Tay- lor led tne police to the spot where be threw away his knife. Aihton found it after less than five, minutes search. "Tod" bawson, as he was known, was R bright, energetic boy, popular at tchool, and would hdvc been thir- teen years old next month. Taylor Is about twenty-seven years wild- i. tof false pretences, lie was grained j old. and ,has been regarded-as c I bail by Judge Carpenter OL Cnlgary, mannered. He Indian blood. was cut at the beginning of the month, Is the last to finish wdr'K with the bin- ders, but practically everything Is in tbe stock now. B. X. Darker, president ot tho As- soclato Hoards of Trade, was in the clly this morning from He reports culling finished and saya the same will apply to all points. the A. K. 1. Some crops sown, for green feed are almost and If frost holds off a few days longer they will make From all accounts the total grain, yield of Soalhorn AlberU wMl greater than last year, while the qual-" j Ity will be at. least one grade! belter on tha nverage. S hip mcnts-ars pals' Ing thiough Lcthbrldge tcririlnail even' day, but the rush has- not nxnccd aa yel. The Ih4 monlh will sep''tho (he busiest terminals of the C.11', In this coal thlplnentl' ilone being nn-jsunlly heavy for tb'li'i BeSson of the year. ;