Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Volume ill. Goverhdryiof Dak- ota's Unexpected >ort FOUR SMS RECORD His Policy Said to te Id- entical With That of Roosevelt Grand Fork's, "Sept. the taption, "The -Morth 'Dakota- Gover- -the. -Grand. Forks Daily Herald, put square- Iv t or John i for -today fol- is now going on 'for the of, -Governor of .North believes and 'wishes to.'place'.its belief squarely 1 lore ;i'ls interests of the served: by the re-election Go vendor -Burke. .John Burke .was elected Governor of North Dakota four for two rea- sons. convention had was known to be the-.wish'- of the, party at large: 'That was The other, was that "the Democratic party had .nominated lor.-the office of -'governor a man who who .was believed to Ise 'honest, able and, mindful 'interests. 'Two years ago Burke was tenominated'and'the Republican nom- ination- wren! to; A: Johnson, the present Republican nominee.- The paign'-was1 an .active and .animated oneV'hut so-well had the governor, per f onned .the'du_ties pf 'his, that in' the--stress of the campaign. .him could "nqi a 'single, act .of his on "important' subject which had. not been keeping interests of 'the stated.-A'gairt, !he was- tl-is; solicitation: of inch" resgect ..confidence betorc.- FURTINGHOTA FOR DlVORl -.Seattle, flirting in' the evi- dence of cations, is not "a .sufficient, cause- said Gray today -from; the .suit Dr. against: his Collier. A- it a1 and often harmless amusement we must'.have something further ,tbe" way of testimony before a .decree cin be granted. We must have detailsr and specification's of that will furnish a cause'for-divorce under: the law. A prominent New York Clergyman has said that .there is..no..harm ia flirting." MEETING AT DIAMOND CITY V A .held at; Diamond City tomorrow, even- ing for the purpose of brgan- -izing o Liberal'r; Association.. Hori; .L. G. A; 'Buchanan Sim-, mohs are announced to present. and speak..: PhiladelphiaV. nrniTTV h M p DEPUTY P.M.G. ENGINEER IS CHARGED WITH MANSUuifER .wrlti for Macltod arid byVelectlons have been jiiued.. -VThe. 'take place! on Monday, Oct. nominations a week r, Coulter Mentioned as a-Likely Candidate in NortK York "f :P.'QUITS? Thatt -.is'the Latest Political Rumor From tne '.East, v Scan- -'Ottawa, Sept. said, hers that 'Dr. Coulter, Deputy Postmaster- .The, Legislature will -meet orT'Nov.vS. The, report of Royal CbmmlMion on the. At- and. Waterways transaction dlvulg- the. house meets, campaign, in Macleod next Friday evening at -Macleod when Hon. A. L. "Sif-: "ton and Hon. A. Buchanan wilf speaK. r Friday ev-j The engineer, disappeared ''during.; the ening named Alle- coroner's n of manslaughter was brought "against .doxvn on -tne even- him> he up Mount ing: north, heavily. ed- Police, who brought him I leod. This man with The Brotherhood of-Locomotive-En-: .running on- an- other, train's time-.he overtook a hand was! oil) the-track, and kill Italian .near Nanton. giheers, of which be ;is: indignant over the way he: has been treated; and will 'the- case "-for, him, as -Alleward is very popular. Will, fife Important ,i Ever-Held In of Queen's. Ow5i :ot >Ji_-_ clATial nearly of good work in the' office, of "governor. .He has made, mistakes and we-assume that no cm- didate.Avill be so. foolish'as-to -go Ve- f ore-the" "people with claim, "that he will make none. But whatever mistakes Biirke "are- few find small-.in. comparison ,-with 7 good work that he has. performed -that they becpmc'''insigniSca_nt. A few days' ago the state was visited by .Theodore.Roosevelt, and his .visit aroused -enthusiasm for he speaks the language the people understand., and he advocated a policy which a plain man.can see.is for his, benefit. It hap peris Roosevelt is "known as a Re- publican, and Burke is a Democrat, but'in, the field wherein his influence as 'governor lies -the state has" _no heartier-supporter of the Roosevelt policies.than .Governor Burke. He has given' the state best enforcement of law that it has ever had and he believes in and preaches justice cfjual- ly and a square deal. There is no gopd reason why any man who voted for "Burke four years ago, or two He had, evidently been" dead "f or ?sevcr Two ot-laudanum, one '.filled-' and -.the were found in- the 'Tppni.-l'r.It not known- wTiether committed died, -from' lan's; prose and', and -epi'irams in nsaers many ,-nagazines, .throughout, the a; painter, i-biit :'wheii.. death ofb'hjifeStianlanj" A'car- the Mason. -He was- 47 vears 'old. EARL GREY TO GO> TO WEST INDIES Ottawa, Sept; Grey, hav- ing concluded his. trip to .Hudson's is now contemplating' a .Visit to ife West Indian Islands.' He purposes :o go on January, years ago, should fail, to give hearty support him ISMALCOMIN CONTROL AGAIN Winnipeg. Sept. -'consider it a piece, of presumption on your part to make such was reply F. H. Malcolm has got from F. B. Bennett; Manager of the Trad- ers 'Bank here, to his request that that hank shall cease paying out monies on- behali of the present direc- torate of the Western Canada Meat Packing Co., -Ltd., which was accom- panied by Malcolm's statement that he believed he had already secured a majority of-proxies from the sharc- -iolders. CHARGE AGAINST POLISH PRIEST Toronto, Sept. A warrant has "been issued by the morality -depart- ment for the arrest of a Polish priest, a.-stu.sr jLjSrtuGioHic JsgBmui, oii a. ser- ious charge preferred againat him by a. girl under sixteen years of named Sophia Samovski. The is to have been living at St palace until last Mon- day, but when the police went there to serve the warrant they were told Father Jagalam had gone on a vaca- tion, and -was frorn the city. WILL RESIDE Winnipeg, Sept. IN WINNIPEG S. D. DJD., the new general super- fcitaodent of the Methodist Church of Canada, announces that he will talre itp his residence in Winnipeg, that in the division of work be- ttreen the two. official heads of the charcn, the west will come under his special supervision, Such an an- nouncementVas half unexpected and liad domething to; do with the wel- oorae given to the doctor by the Chris- tian orxanizatlons pf this city. ARRESTED Italian Supposed to Have Murdered Rugolina Is Caught Rome, Sept. of' Pol- laro have arrested -Bruno .Baseseano and a woman whose name is withheld, on the charge of being'-implicated; in the of Rugolina, the- forest guard, his "wife and six t'children. A blood stained dagger of alleged Amer- ican make -was found in tsaseseano's possession. Rugolina was-'.in New York in 1901. The satis- fied "that the massacre of him and his family was a deed the part of members of the Black" Hand in America. There -.is reason to be- lieve that "the order for; the murders was dispatched from jtfew York to the Calabrian Black Hand. of the Minister "of Justice.; His h'e; MANY DELEGATES ine Oi ouc tiori would; be followed by a' shift Yorks- -pressed- attacJc the and he would be given Queen's- -Owji- trenches: so the'Postbffice -portfolio. Dr. in .Toronto'yester-. m conference, with A-J-H'-f Toronto Beaton 'the 'Dominion .Liberal 'organ- izer. The '-report -of his probable -en- 'closely, that 'their, discharges scorched: the try. into politics as hiinnSediately j-__j cided against Retook. them" :i standard in North', but it is number" ot r'-rir'' Keady President .GlocMihg Re- views "Victories of YWvr ..X doL -1 Cell Fort. Wiiiiain, :t formal. opening the most -largely attended, is .expected..to ..be tne, most Important Trades and, La- of Canada ever held, in auditorium this" Presi- dent'-William Gldckling touched ibrie on .the.s worfc pf'the- congress .during wiicii -had, -'he- assert edjt.been the most profitable." in'tbJe historj'" of that body, He predicted ;triat- the present year witnesa .organized CanadaLj -England and ______.. _. and move up- it "is stfll.jtoo earlr, j" -i T-J.ii-1. J i j_'" J. "f.'t-n ffi Inltl U" )ne forty-six; '_ dele- _attendea the -last conference, -held in FELL 7-, KILLED .NINE New. least..ninelaborers were.killed outright :today-and injured, one'of 'and. also lapse.of an: overhanging, thbul-., der -'-pf ..rock., -the-: of the tunnel, '.Jersey; City.- Most Magnificent, World' of Montr dav 'From' sacred altar 'in'-'Notre Seattle; Sept; bullion vail ued at ,of .from the-Washington >tlas ka .Bank .Dexter Horton.''iSTatioriar Bank -or .accidents crush in :'bf the Congress j.i j. I-'-' -TT -i. 4- la .stolen in .Lead the strong boxes ;that. contained, it. r from of'the-Departmcnt in the-ranks _ _ ed'as-deputy. .-'Dr. Coulter'is. the manSj here that '-the -best -territorial', regi-j. An; who was placed'at the i the'iinesi-ti'could-, riot give them any- pom t- i j. i" rtA-j-TTi Tv'lllifim rt-v-'ol n PtlTTft. M i 1 an- of and it was-he who did .help Sir William" raise- the De-, partment to Its-present position "r excellence.- Chances'Would Be; Rosy. Dr.-Coulter. _____D-, lingness to make the ...suggested j very "creditably in fighting. were change. It is open secret that the [quick to appreciate any position.and office of deputy 'has not appealed to know how to act in erner- last night "1 the ,has..expressed the .opinion that; it was. onpst sportsmanlike for the.Q.Q.R. to. the regulars, who had been train-, ".ing since'March.- They marched es- .1- ceedingly well, he says, .and acted _.. iiriiT'c. and bring its 'quota. President Glocklihg. said the west- is represented as it never: was -before at a labor congress be in attendance fully- as many delegates from the east as 'it any former like gathering. BRASSEY WOULD SEND YOUNG MEN OVERSEAS him since the close of the-- Mulock j.gency regime. Furthermore, he would: be'a I "Right Hon. R. B. Haldane, _Score- j .._----- strong candidate in North7Fork, be-jtary of State for will inspect London, "Sept.-, 'Brassey. i-----4... ncnrt who has announced that.the preseni is his last has been: studying problem of emigration in its re- longs to the riding and could regiment on Thursday" next. ably carry it where would fail. He is a another" man clever speaker. and has proved his worth asr.an -ad- ministrator, and his presence iri- poli- tics would, it -is predicted, add. -ma- terially to the waning strength'of the ill. The officials in charge, of Government in Ontario. PERMITS-TO BUILD John Hudson, dwelling, Bailey St., J. C. Brown, implement shed, Ford street. 1200. P. McMurphy, residence, Coutts street, Alex Wilson, addition, Wilson St., ?150. A' DANGEROUS CROSSING 1: UNPROTECTED IN TORONTO Toronto. Sept. urgent; need for radical change, in-the system af- forded for public protection at.'-the Grand Railway crossing at Dunn avenue, Parkdale, was emphasiz- ed this morning, when Edward Crane, an aged night watchman, was struck by a light engine and instantly killed; He was flagging a milk waggon, aria stepped too close to -the track: He had been on -duty continuously-since nine o'clock Sunday night. -The cross- ing has lorlg been .recognized, as a dangerous one but the protectlSn of the public has no't been increased.. Four Officers Are 111 ;'Aldershot, Sept. here j _ _ have failed to elicit a single word of j lation to. He believes that information regarding the condition, Queen's Own Officers who CHINAMAN SENT UP the hospital have strict orders, to .impart no information to any one.. It 'is learned, however, that of the four of- ficers who are ill with only one; is in a quite serious condition. It is impossible to learn which one that is. for the present, at, least. It the difficulty surrounding unemploy- ment in England can be- settled by sending an increasing number of young men overseas. _, TORONTO EXHIBITION BEAT ALL RECORDS Sept. receipts transpired that the illness originated for 'the Toronto. Exhibition, which has on board the steamer" Megantic developed after landing.. Owing lack of time the Queen's! plus will be -.about and Own Rifles have found .it necessary to i will be turned .over to the city. decline the dinner which the local ter- ritorials at Liverpool proposed to aiuljjust closed, established a high water I mark.- It is exp'ected that the sur- this The total attendance for the two weeks was people, which greater than that- of last year and Captain Winnett, of Queen's Own, j easily, the largest in the history of give in their honor Captain Winnett, who is in the Islington fever hospi- tal, is making satisfactory progress towards recovery. Off 10 Balmoral Ballater, Scot., Sept.- A de- ;ship Humboidt Alaska" ;Bahk' of .-Fairbanks the Dexter-Horton "'I Seattle.: -The-Kumbbl'dt .___, _ Skagu-ay Th-e eral 'stops en "route "and; the .steamboat the: robbers may have left-thVbpat of.the._intermediate ed box had-iiot been-roughly-brpken.: open. Apparently' the''thieves' had re-; moved' one' side' the. use of; a'; nail puller. iell .who ..was. walking: ...who Isaw. him .Spniel ;tw.p... _ wife MEN CHANGE Accountant a Made Manager at Grassy: -R. W. the Un- ion Bank at Grassy Lake has been moved to Cardston "iri; .the .place, ol Mr. Proud, who is moving to another branch. -Mr.. accountant at tlie 'Lethb ridge succeeds Mir. Baillic at Grassy Lake and Mr.. Eng- lish, paying teller, had been accountant. ENGLISH FOOTBALL London. Sept.. the .southern division football.game played between Queens Park Rangers and Westham I latter won by a score of '2 AS A VAGRANT i tachment of the Queen's Own Rifles the fair. MICHIGAN CENTRAL TUNNEL IS PRACTICALLY COMPLETE latt Long a Chinaman; has been to the, guard' room 'here from Cardston to serve a one" month vag- j rancy passed upon .him by Jus- tice of the Peace JL N. Barker. arrived here this morning. 3ZA nf nfflr Col Pel- Windsor, Sept. new tunnel. a number of officers pro- Castle on Js wagonette, while the re- The troops were escorted! to the barracks. it vr which lt wijiv" STRIKE ON SiNNCTT BLOCK LASTED AN HOUf> Building trades laborers and others on the Sinnott -block walked off Saturday afternoon over a naisunder- standing in" regard to a non-union man the job. They lost one. 'Will Sept.-- .gate, Cardinal- Montreal, 'will: go -to-. St. as the guest, of Archbishop" Sfc! 'paul His Eminence -will east, -and-'it is probable if itim'ei'wilV., permit, that -he 1 ton to his! respects.; to .President; there tie- will eo to -timore to visitv Cardinal Gibboasir; Cardinal will sail f -October 7th.. '..X Cardinal. Loguc preside-; at consecration- of St.1 York, on, October Irish Cardinal. has not '.mapped'' "out. any" programme from .now till preferrng to be- free to go to delphia to visit, his old- friend, 'Arch- bishop 'Ryan, of that .place, who now in his -eighty-first year..- (Continued on' page Sept." tion oi: Mass.-, increase of or- 19.6' INDUSTRIAL 1C AKT IM rDEAT DDITAIM 10 un in for the Michigan i rears is practically hour- tbis moTfcing but returned to is exoeoted that, trains i again, the matter being amlc- through it this week. ably settled. SEEKS DIVORCE FROM HUSBAND Ottawa, Sept. Violet .Tane Dakim, Medicine Hat Is suing for div- orce from her husband- nn A TIT IT A 17 responsible Sealers of all branches of trade unionism regard the men's at- titude with the utmost dismay. They admit among themselves that the crisis involves the fate of trade union- ism. London, Sept war" is the caption under which'the Lon- don newspapers from the .Times down to the organ of .the. Labor party ploit the situation7 which has ly arisen in the principal centres of British industry. Chaos is.-, a correct description of the effect ;tliat ;WilV be produced In. the relations of capital and labor in this country new attitude assumed by trades unionism is persisted in. All were depressed in today's" market aiKl the general opinion is that, the out- look for the British industry is--the gloomiest that it has been for many. It should be understood that'Niobe on Saturday. tSKUHll MAI SUCCEED RAINBOW HAS GOT AS FAR AS RIO JANEIRO Dio de Janeiro, Sept. Can-; adian cruiser Rainbow has arrived j here from Portsmouth. She will re- sume her journey to 'Esquimalt on Wednesday next. Second -Detachment Portsmouth, Sept. second j T detachment of 15 boys from Watte t Naskl school, who have enlisted -lo f t tbe Canadian navy, joined the cruiser'JT USTER WAS rn AT lllLLLU rtl 1Ul (Special- to the Pinch'er Creek, Sept. acci-' dent.occurred here on ing which proved -fatal, in its conse- quences and..removed from.the scene o'f many earthly7 "exploits and adven- tures one of the best known broncho sion as to how. it took, place. The roads were in a slippery condition, occasioned by the mud, and it would appear that the horse slipped and tion in" the United. ago St. Louis only leaves St.. Louis "by, There was. but slight change_in rats of progress in.the two cities, St. Louis'" increase from 1900 to 1910 be- ing 19.4-aM Boston beating that ,.2 of 1 per cent. -The population pf Poughkeepsie.. N. Y., is an increase of 3907, or f 16.3 per cent., as compared with 029 .in 1900. 1 The population of New Rochelie, Y., is" an increase of or 96.1 cent-, as cornpafeu- in 1900. ACQUITTED ON BRIBERY CHARGE I busters in this section. Ccicago. Sept. Lee O'Neil Browne, of Ottawa. legis- lative minority leader, charged with half fell, the horn of the saddle frac-j bribery in c turing the rider's head to a fearful tion of v7illi extent.. At all events, when the suf- fering man was being hurried to the Michael Reardon, j hospital many injuries about the head Regina, Sept is gen- erally understood here that Goo. W. Brown, one of the I A man named........... familiarly known as "Mickey" was land upper part of his person were dis- riding" a'horse on the evening named, j cernible, while a pool of blood marked the Massey-' ireh'ouse, was Harris implement ;he where the accident had currcd. oc- succeed get as Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan. thrown from the animal and sustain- Deceased was in the .prime of life I cd injuries so critical that he expired and leaves, besides a wife ana family T shortly after boinc conveyed to the Un aged mother. The saddest cir- connected with Reardon-s t I Although there were many spccta- dealSxis that he wr.s the worse of li- who-witnessed the accident, few quor time the mishap took of 'them seem to have the same v-cr- Place. w.hicTVesuitcd in his dcatn. connection with the elec- fillia.m LrOTTuicr, -ot to 'the United" States; senate, was ac- quitted by a jury in Judge Kersten's division of the criminal court today. SENATOR RESIGNS FROM CLUB. Chicago, Sept terse note rc signing membership in the Hamilton club, of which he had been a member ma.ny years, was the reply made here today by United States Senator Wil- liam Lormier, to the action of the club president, John H. Batten, in with- drawing his invitation to the. velt banque: Thursday night.