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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ay, Septcinbcj' 10, 1913 THE DAILY HERALD 'l received a Wffiram] Connecticut liver at 10.10 am. to (com Thaw's secretary notifying him day and stopped while at West I that Thaw bad takeu lo Nor-' f [ton's Mills. Vermont. K, McKeown, another ol the Thaw said "Itepoitat'ou tl the lace of the writ oi hab- eas coip'-is certainly looks con- tempt ol U.f court of appeals." C1.A1MK1) 1UGHT OK WAY S'ev York. Sept. wai tbe wmUnlioa ot Tliaw's custodians that Ihev had tbe as guardians to bring blin to New York City with- out asking the permission oT the au- thorities ot through which COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You te tho btsl in the world, but II the ltiven you use la poor you cannot get satis- factory rosults. Always "66 Blue Ribbon Haklog Powder. II makes the I'ljMeBt and best pastry and Ulue the sluidard ot quallly In Tcai, CoKws, HaMns Jelly Towdors, Spices, and Extracts. In tht slste ol New On rracliing Norton's Mills, Vt., where he bad. laVen by the Do- minion Immigration offidils. TUaw bsd fuleied tte aulo and procwded to Averill. a svill roratry he bad brea's- an auioniobile, 'lie Itawao fagitii'f and tlie correspond- ents paswd through Cariaan and then crossed .the river into New Hamp- shire- Thaw's to Ifav Vermont r'as probably due to his Vnoivledge that a lor liis arrest was awaiting service in the state. Thaw Lad no plans for the future. tfcei might pass on tkeii way. VEKY MUCH SO Montreal, ijue.. Sept- Before hearin? that ton bad de- ported, -Mis Mary Copley Thaw .sued this s'.ateinent I rmrposedly deterred visit of I across the __ rujsell younger sou, J. C. Thaw, I meat- UH the time te llw well as the second visit o! ray Connecticut rivet, no step to intcr- daughtcr her husuar.d, Mr. and fere with liis flight was taken Sirs. George Lander purelv fainilv mattcis. Hit deportation a complete sur- Vt'-se to him acil tc was in a rreat state of Mcilcrofot during liis flight northern part oi Ver- Immigration Officers Furnish Big' Sensation IN XKW HAMPSHIRE Stcwarlstown, X. H.. Sept. Thaw rewhed here shortly aflrr JO o'clock. No attempt was made ty ar- rest Mm I.ere, He stood about ilifc village square lor about fifteen min-j utcs then re-entered his automobile j-TKAVKLLKD WITH (Continued From Front Page} "I cannot believe that the immi- gration authorities haxe deported if o'clock "be stopped at saul. '.'1 have no word lo j jarru oollse near I MR. 'UOUKilTV FKKLS SECURE r Oltawa, Ont.. Sept. Ilnn. C. -J. Doherty, acting minister ol the ia- teiior, said today that he had re- jected Thaw's aprt-al Iroui the deci- sion of the immigration board of in- guiry, upholding the finding ot the board and ordering the deportation ol Thaw forthwith. This order was carried out this ,A ivrit ol habeas corpus, or writ ol issued at Jlontreal, said Sir. Dobcrly, did not entoin tha isr.tntgiation authorities Irom tin's step. i'.El'OHTERS he believed tte Vermont and and Neiv Hampshire authorities had r.ot beta informed of bis removal from Can- ada. Thaw knew his route perfectly, ap- parently having studied it in. detail before leaving JIatteawan. The last heard from htm heic he was return- ing south by lie same road I.e tool when he fed towards 1'ar.ada. THANKSGIVING O our tiod aud King of adoration slog; raj EC Him that He gave the sun II day long hU course to run; raise lUin that gave iho raia To mature the swelling grain; Aad bath bid the fruitful field Crops of precious increase lllya for our harvest Etore le bath filled the gamer floor; For I Hi mercies Bill) euiiure Ever faithful, ever sure." Mre. A. H. MtGulre HUB hostess of a. chain tea. on Monday afternoon in v.-lih Knox ladies' Aid. that.effect, do not believe it. This is the first I have heard about -THE announcing Ws Coaticooke. Sept. K. J relieved" forcibly from his and (quarters here, at noon was a free 1 man travelling with a number of A in- then continued his journey, ISSUKS REQUISITION Allincy, N'. V., Sept. rcqui- cric-in newspaper reporters. Tbe Mat- fugitive was dropped over the of border by the Canadian authorities r general'ol the ifgai aapwis 01 me i jai( Thaw case. H fc .believed that the tbal'cbtifercricc bad a faring depor- FOli'A WillLFi Vtriuonl, Sept. I arrived 9 a.m. He had been ireicased hy the -Canadian iiutnigra- tion authorities when his autoinohile line at iN'orton'sj four inilcs .away -.and .aVi this i vunuf'was free man, as nobody represtnlirig the siatt-cl 'York or .the: iilate-ol Vermont was on hand to-take him. (At Norton's: Mills left the of thc'Oanadian inimigra- lion authorities and climbed Into the car-of several newspaper cotrespccil- accompanied-him and '.made-Ihe-journey to-Averill in.tieir .company. He. said that, his sudden departure.y-as a surprise and that i his plans were.all in the air. to comment on it. Superintendent John Keilly, of the Believing this morning ihal he was state prison department, expressed being kidnapped, lie resisted forcibly surprise :iRf or inert that. ,Thaw tbc.-.bouLdaries of-.Ver-. Us removal Irom Coalicooke, oalr Ho Hnit that the outcome ol his quick "I f-t I by he remarked. Wru. T. Jerome, and Deputy At- torney General Franklin Kennedy spent the night at Manchester, Vcr- inoM. on their n-ay to Albany. THAW IS STATE'S WARD New York, Sept. H was learn- ed today that it was the plan of the New York authorities to bring Thaw direct to'Matlenwun in' the au- tomobile -ivbich vhisfeed him his detention house at Coalicooke. This plan embraced a continuous ride wilhout a stop in Vermont, New Hampshire, or anywhere else along (he way perliaps lor .meals, until Thaw, should, be safe vithin.'lhe "WHEN'SHERBROOKE CHOW1) GAVE WAY TO 'SENTIMENT AND CHEERED FOR Hon. Clifford Too Busy to Con tinue Chairman of Conser- vation Commission tfash in la American cd freedom and place hhu in' the liands oi the mm who up to the present lime had devoted theh ener- gies to the reporting of the suiiden escape.oi .the events ol the morning, without his array of legal counsel he did not where to iuru lor advice- After brief con- sultation with the newspaper men, it.e automobile hired by tbe report- ers, with Thaw in it, to Aver- ill. Here- a brief atoj) was" and by 10 o'clock had crossed the Ver- ir.ont line ioto f-HAURY KAMHtjNCTiplJS with written orders to de- pott Tluiw, issued by Hon. .C. Doherty, acting minister of the inter- ior at Ottawa, K. Blake Uolertsqa, assistant super intend tat ol 10 Coad'cooke Oltav-a, Sept. 9. Thr Kvenin Journal tonight says: "Hon. Clifford Sifton has iatiina' r.d to the igovE-rnment a desiie 'to t relieved of the MI MILAD EDITED BY "INO" PHONES 1224 t Mrs. Is visiting Mrs. FiUpal- CLUBS AND SOCIETIES niUFic wjll be rendered. As left the- court house In charge of the officersvhe crowd, some of whom shouted "hurraw tor and "We'll give you justice, Harry." The people of Slierbrooke were heartily ashamed of this exhibition which was described In despatches all over the world. {ion, cam' night. He told no one of plans except subordinates necessary to aid in cvrcuting them and two 'Dominion policemen-1 Accomompau- ed by subordinates and two police- men, Hobertson wrnt io Thaw's tiUa'r- ers in the detention pen shortly'be- ore S o'clock this morning. They onr.d Thaw dressed anil about to start on what he calls bis day's work. Hohcrtsoii, as spokesman, told Thaw that he had orders lo deport iiin to. Vermont. Thaw couldn't have jccn more surprised had he been told at he was scot free. Before Thaw could reply, Hobertson. ordered him Lo get ready at once for the trip, adding that an automobile was wait- ing Eor Hie dash to tbe Thaw's surprise changed to fury in a moment, he refused to go, and pick- ing up a bottle, hurled it- at Rob- ertson. The missile went wide cf its mark, crashed through a window and broke on-the roadway outside. Hob- rrlson and liis men seized the prison- er and lortlblj- ejected him from the room. DOHEKTY KXI'LAINS ACTION' Ottawa, Ont., Sept. C. f _ Conserva- tinn Commission, is a rumor that is bring persistently circulated so poli- tical circles. The reason given by Mt.j Sitton lor wishing to relinquish important- post, ft is said, is-that! his wide business interests do not permit him to give tbe attention to the work en conservation which its importance deniar.ds. .Mr. SHtph was appointed-iu ttfe the Conservation Comwissioa upo'n its creation, and bad maintained the post since. The scope and usefulness of the commission have increased so rapidly that the duties ol the chair- maa have-necessarily become very great- "Mr- Sifton', it is said, favors'the appointment of a permanent chairman the will be able to give his complele time to the work- This was dis- cussed in the commons last" session, Sir taking a similar "view' rick, ot Sweet Grass, Mout. Mre. Stanley Kirkham is entertain- ing tbie eveijlnfj in conncetion :he chain teas of Knox Jellies' Aid society, t The Companions of the open- ed tbe fall season by a decidedly en- Joyablo dance in Unity Hall last even- ing, when some sirty were pro- T. L'., and a sent. Mrs. T." ArooM was muster of ceremonies, and excellent was supplied Arthur's orchestra. A Oalnty supper was served. Mrs. TJns- worth. Mrs. T. Arnold, Mrs. Skinner, Mrs. Kuowlden and Mrs. ArnoM were the committee In charge. Aliss L'.icile entertained a fov friends at (ho Dallas Farm on Monday evening, in courtesy to Miss Jlrrlam Stoltze and Mr. Xorris Tcho lesve at the end "of Uie week, to reaurne their studies at Madison. Tbe making of Wisconsin pennants prov- ed an interesting diversion, and after tlie Berving ot viands, the guests motored hack to city. c a A pretty wedding was solemnized at I he Victoria Sta'nEioas, Lj-- the Rev. yhen Mtss Adeline Johnson, formerly of Minnesota, was unllei! la maT'Iage to Mr. Harry Lon- tns. The cereraony was performed in the presence of tjulta a number of friends or the bride and groom. Mr. and 'Mrs. Lent as vrJll resids in the 1 Judging iTC-m ih? large- aile ol tic- kets for iliaiaai'c recital lo te ou in 3. O. K. haH itondir hi neKt. -jLdtr the auspices o! the W. A. of St. Amelia's t'hurrh. by Mies Well 11 and Mr. Mc- artistes are very favor- undoubtc'dlv bo very large. Tbe reeulnr monthly of the Y. C. T. T. wllf heM tn tbe lecture room of WOE ley church tomorrow- af- ternoou at sharp. The new pres- Mc-nt, Mrs. Mltford. asks all the ruembcrs bp jirenent. especially the snpcriniendents of'; departments, as the work for year be fully planned. FRECKLES Now It the Time to Get Rid of Thetf Ugly Spots Thtrt's co longer the slightest need of feeling atbamed of your freckles, as a prescription, been discovered that tuarauiecd to remove these homely Simply gt-t an ol double J. D. am t Co.. Ltd. and apply a little ot U a', liisht and morn-jig and you jsliO'jld soon tLut evoa the worst IrcCuk-s have begun lo tho lighter ones have vanished entirely. It is telciom tbat more than tin o'jnce is needed 10 completely Ihe skin and gain a beautiful clear Be sure to aek lor the double. aa this is under of money back It it falls ThcEfi fntm-fctei are reitiindej o! the address to Le given tomorrow ev- ening In Westminster church, Xor'.h Lethbrldge. by the Dr. Spanccr. on and Objects oi Hie W. C. T. IV The meetEug FOR WOMEN'S AILMENTS Dr. Mantel's Female been the Standard for 20 years and lor 40 years prescribed and recommended by Phystclani, Accept no other. At alt C. N. 1. STEAMSHIP SERVICE Toronto, Canadian he-Id under the auspices of the C. Northern railway hve contemnlaWng ie of vocal A. free-will connection between Parry Sound and Port Arthtuir. offering U to bo laken. and n cordial invEiatiou [g extended the public to b? The Ladies' Co'-ta Society of St. Paul's Church will meet in the base- ment, ol the church tomorrow after- noon. Members will kindly note that Thursday ts the day of meeting. Dr. and Mre, Bryans ot Carmaiigay, were visitors in the city today. THE BOOTH MEMORIAL Ixvndon. Sppt. General Kooth mtraorla! fund, which was Su- aupurateu1 poon after the death of the founder of the Salvation Army, to provide a memorial in his native town of Nottingham, has been but par- tially successful.' Towards the 000 required, but has" been sub- scribed or promised. Y.M.C.A. MAN KILLED Tcronto.Sept. George A. Barnes, who came to Toronto lesa than a week ago from his home In. Slierbroobe, Que., to assume dut- ies of physical director in the neir To- roato Y. M. C. A., mel death witb trag- ic suddenness. He was in the gym- nasium with a class of pupils and "was engaged In demonstrating certain, ex- ercises on the horizontal bars, when in some nnaccountable manner he suddenly slipped and fell. Sam PaltEroon, CD years old. was aent to the whipping uost in Wilming- ton, Del., the other day for w if o beat- TVa-Dni-Co Laxatives are differeut in that they do not. giipe, purge nor-1 cause nausea, nor does 1 continued use lessen effectiveness. Yoii can always depend on them. 250. a box at your Druggist's. iVa PK tIAHKY Avcritl, Thau' was a vcrj- much aslonislicii man when the immigration officers toW him 'Norton's MHls, he was free to go t.c likcJ. He got opt of the Canadian automobile arid af.od. gazing helplessly arour.d when the men, who hart follovp'- onercd him room in their cat. "This lias been such a BUI- tp mcf" he tald, "thai I oon't TIOV yet. what I sliall doi" he Drinking "1 can (inll- liny lime I irlsh" fa a 1 but drinker runKc good of the bospitiii for the erifnin ally insane, which has housed him lor more than five years. In to ciiry out this the New York state ofTic-ia rtiuinlalning toward Thaw ?n at litmto from which they have not de- viated during the present, proceed A CLEVER CAPTURE v Calgary, Sept. very quick and smart caplrrc was made by Detective Schoeppe, of tho city detective de- partment, afttTnoou at 4 o'- clock, when, no other means of Identification than a printed descrip- tion, he picked up Demotris A. Puhax, an AuBtrian, wanted in JfacleoiJ for theft of a watch and some cloth- ing. At lirn o'clock In the afternoon, the detective was furnfetied with the description of the man and two hours later he landed his man at Uie Ninth avenue East subway. Ho did not oven have a photograph-of tho suspect to assist btm_, j. The IMcf ol of -Macleod vaa told of the arrest wire and replied that ho was leaving at once to take the prisoner back to the Crow's Neat city. J. Doherty, minister of justice, and in the absence, oi lion- !lr. Koche, acttcg minister cf the mtcrfor, when sect) this morning in reference to the deputation ol II. K, Thaw, said "I issued the warrant for the de- portation of Thaw, which was acted upon this morning. 1 did it in pur- suance of my duty as acting minis- ter of the interior. F assume lull re- sponsibility for the derorlatioD. The ings thai of guarrtiar, and ward Thoy have contended all elong that (heir position toward him is parallel 1 simply carried DRIVE OUT WHITE SLAVERS Berlin, Sept- Prince A. roil 6aynAVItger.stelrj, today, announced tiat ho will mafce It a [iart ot his life work. to. drive the white slave- dealers out of Germany. It Is well known that Germany, particularly the peasant dts trlcta, ja a rich field for the elavcre, engage girls on various promises and pretexts, and ship them to resorti in Argentine. Brazil and the United The CM begun hit campelgn by I H monthly pub- laws, fj in Biato or international change this position. MAY PROSECUTE HOBKUTSOX Thaw the order ot deportation 1 made by the board ot inquiry at [Coaticooke last week, the Montreal, .Sejit. ItP: The! "was suspectc-i, seized, examined and members of Thaw's family and Iris lawyers were dunifoiinried they Itaincd that Thaw was deported. am simply said J. S. OrcenshieHs, K. C., th3 leader o! Thaw's hand of lawyers. "I cannot Mcitton, .jntllled 'The the purpose of which Is to white slavery, and Imlruct German girls regarding the vile? that are laid for them. his ho uiilt? He IB In Tbo tlch is a harmkss vegetable Tom- If Ihil.wlll [ransform (ho terrible for Hnuor into a jwaUKo ah- Bronco for. 'thing, alcoholic. In days' time, lha iif'e' "of Call, write or .'.He for'. a- book' of Information; H Nea! Initliute, S30 13th Avenue Oaiory, Phone 4525 understand It, with a writ ol prohi- bition and habeas corpus it seems lo he utterly impossible t6 believe. It is all beyond me. It certainly is a disgrace, to the country, and to our administration ol law. All v.e enn do, 'if Thaw das teen forced arro.'s the line, Is tn brins Hobe.rtson, the assistant of the im- migration depfulracnt txforr Ihc Cnuit of King's liench, but will that do us any good." condemned as an undesirable, and now has been sent bacV where l.c came from, and by the Fame route." JEROME NOT NOTIFIED Manchester, Vermoaf, Sept. 10. YTm. T. Jerome was not notified ol the fugitive's sensational deportation from Canada. Canadian officials, he said, had prornistd to notify him of any step taXcnf be was awaiting such official notifica- tion. 11UHISY1NO Off OK VERMONT Heaver Falls, Vt., Sept. lO.-Hac- ing across the lop of Vermont in an auto with two newspaper correspond- ents, Harry K. Thaw crossed Windsor will buy a motor flre en Fine, Dr. Morae'a IndUn Root are mtile according to i in aw Mirly a. century ago ttnonf th UduH OUt Id [Of CtfMtiMtNM1 ftAJ All Kidriry and Liver TWy act pninpUy atftd and ixtures What is the use of putting it off? You need, the fixtures and we need the money. Money saved is money earned, and dur- ing our big-Reduction Sale you save 25c on the dollar on all Electric Light Fixtures FOR FOUR DAYS ONLY Besides this big reduction you have a chance to get your choice of a fixture abso- lutely free. We are Giving Away 3 Valuable Fixtures Fixtures can be inspected every evening during the sale. Leicester Electric Co. S.O.E. Building, lOth St S. Beside Y.M.C A. ;