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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME VI. TEN PAGES Aiberta. Friday. September 12, 1U.3 CENTS Number 231 Six Members of Force Held'ujv Visitor from Saskatchewan TOOK HIS MONEY' Scattered his Belongings and Treated Him in Hough 'Manner IN DUKANOE VILE lieu are Locked up But arc. Being Witheld London, Kepi. is to ic thrown uii Ihe events led .o political downfall of Charles Stenart 1'arnell, the grez' Irish leader, die'l v.'ith jublkalion o! Ms love letters to the former Mrs. Kitty O'Shca. The decision to make public letters is llic reason of statements incdc by tVm. O'Hrirn, .M.p., and im- plication made bf O'llricn that Ihe late Captain O'Shca viewed complacency the between wife ar.d the' late Irish leader, [ch has caused .Mrs. Darnell's seutment. Miclfod is all agog ovfl a scandal unoas the Mounted 1'olice', and in- 'tertst tolaT centrts in speculation as fe wfcat -will happen the guilty men. Six mebjbers ot the "Pride of the were guilty ol conduct u-hicY certainly did not co-ordinate Ti-hh' Ike romantic.stories written o! a torcc which boasted of having sons of, tte' British nobility in its ranks. It oi Hanlcy, Sas- katchewan, was a passenger on tte Wednesday, night train, south trom Calgary, 'reaching JlaclemJ at 10.40 o'clock.. He- was burdened with a suit case and. a bundle of hlnntcts. Mr. Koss was crossing from the sta lion to" the Empire hotel, when he fpet the six roysteriug policemen, who were 'evidently. drunk. .They Bopped Mr.- Ross and demanded lifs in Hfate in City Hall With Hon- orary OlHU'd Will lie Pays Tribute HE HAPPED-TO'BE ON RIGHT SIDE OF ;THE FENCE POLlflCALLY London, Sept. Win. Van HDrne, by. his vision, bis re- sources, his tenant) ami his breadth of .view, stands ioremcst amongst ih: makers of. Canada, aicordinz to a column and appreciation o! the great l-'Etiadian railway build r's lile work contained in this morning's Tiriics. which in tbe course o! a ser- ol cliafaetcr sicklies of rejre- 1 Is 1111 i Muijijve Canadians givts to a ________ j Blowing eulogy o( Sir poinl- linK but that ite latin bjs tot AcCOl'litMl 1'llb- 'much heard from the unnoi- able political contest ol two yeirs over the Washing'.n uadcaitee- [nient. When he withdiew from ac- Ilivity iii the CaWlr.n Picifc rail- his name seemed to pass out ol I the press ol Canada, but it made its ranc-e when reciprocity Boiler nl Gas Workers Blew Killed Another Hurt Oshawa, Onl., Se.p.t. boil- er .at-the. .gas-works" exploded this Liverroid, Sept. weie made today by the l.irercoal authorilies to rw-ilcr lo'l civic ois. to the body nl the late mayor', ol New William J. ay nor, en th.> arrival oi Ihe stejincr Haiti: this' aficinoon. It was ordered that the body should in state in the town hall, (guarded by a tlctachmcnt of police until-the. lime anivcd to take casket on board I he I.usitania !or shipment tack 10 the I'nilcd SUlfs. The Lord Mayor ol Liicrjool tojk charge pi the arrangements. "In to New York with; which LkE-rnool has and as a mark ol sympathy with.the I American announced "t have arranged with the stcaiiuhip uT- ficials to lia'.o the bcdy transferred mediately to .the town hall Irpm I ship." Pnliccn'ien were io escort: the body to the tov.-n hall and it there. According to tte program' issue In the politics oi the DAVIS Who definitely announces his tion of resigning from the police force 1EISONI1FF JILL SOUTHERN Vires Herald That He Will be Back in Two or Three Weeks When He Will Resign Po- sition as Chief of Police WILL APPOINT POLICE COMMISSION Council Likely lo Take Action Under New Chatter to Fa- cilitate Appointment of Charities Question to be Cousidered Toronto, September 12, 1913. Uci-iiM, Lclhliriilgc: 1 will return to in Iwo or three weeks :md tender mv resignation. W. II. DAVIS. Is Chief of Police 11. Davis, com-1 diately would be to give notice cl. ing lack to Lcthbridge at all? If motion along that line, Intro- not, when is his resignation to lie: j Livestock; Helped But Ciuiada Should Tnke of. Wheat imd Cattle' .jinie' and address. !This was given: tnorningrThos. Buckler was instanl- thcin. and then, a demand was made" ]y killed and Daniel Andsrson was so for his roqney. Mr. Hoss produced his' badly injured, at the hospital, that Etore "oi'-pelf which the-cops appro-: he is not expected: to recover. A tank add to'the.indignity filied vith coal oil-standing "on n siding-caught- -tovrn-.ivas ,'scattering'r'aye'fif'Xo the.winds. Need- envelorfd-ill-tticli-smoke- less in the Indignant at'such grossly, ncigjijornood (tip bf United States j" grain prcparca hv tne auuuriucr., me ccny -y will be removed 'to lo-'Erowcre'-behig.-.divWed as to the am- Jo'jct of 'benefit jt .will he to'Southern morrow if.OTr.1ne. The Lord. Mayor today forn-irdcd Alberta, but unmrnlnj it up. It appears to Mayor Adoiph Kl'tec, a.cahle- .gram expressing his sympathy .with Insofar the. peoplc.of New f the MEHVYOIlk HIM and' therefore, .ejpori. prices trill rre- New York, New Vork '.vail more than at present; the hog was a city of'wourninp tdday for its' m'arket "will 'reap some heneELt, be- SULZER IS MISSING Albany, N'.Y., Sept. whereaho-Jts of Governor Sul- zer continued today a mystery. Ills secretary. Chester C. Plat I. said he did not know where the executive was, and it was stat- ed at the executive mansion Hi at ho. was no: there. Mr. Sul- icfia said to have been seen in New York yes.lerday. tf ff ft fj J, placed in the hands o! the council These questions have been, raised quitet.lrequently oi late, a couple oi despatches Irom Toronto to Al- berta papers have added to the mild mjstery. A despatch to tLe Calgary j .I.; Herald on September 10, stated that I 'Chief Davis would not return" io l.etbbridje at all. It was known j whtn the chief left here that he had two oilers from otter cities-tnat he was considering, but until bis resig- ation is in the har.ds of the council hey can taVe no action toward ap- pointing a successor. -The above settles'this Question, ducing tte matter In council. There are a number of otter ap- pointive commissions which may be established under the jar.- isdiction -o! tlie new charter. In all there arc seven as lollows the mayors body, aboard in a reallzatto of- tb. seriousness oi Uiefr' Mounted Police, like all other .the cork1 comet to footpad rork, baa been the Edmonton, Sopl. The are liaMe to "smell look placo In' the ;cily this evening. oysrly. .long, h-Jl when it following an operation, of Hon. H. Ir- limit tt'ln. of Lloytlaiinster, ono of the best known Liberal organizers in the west. MCREAStD-THE ELEVAIOR'.RATES KtratroJ, Quo, Sept. pro- ulaed Jnnf ratts for train stor- afe ip Montreal elevators Is'announ- ced to October 1st. muoh to JajkfaotJMi ;of. Inland ship- finfileri, .TVflo believe riwl Increased tax the lurtot; carflmlaelon will be able to -matataia the'elesatora for transfer yurpovM, M.tAoy vfiro originally in- tended.. Tie council of .Uie government' the reaolu Uon commission rtc- omraendlns an of cent pe'r. iumliel atoiate 20 Tit.'.new. rale will thrce- b'JBliel. At cle- vulori iilll be enforced ani thi 'atfriie term decreaMd from tblrtr daj-.e to.treaty. The toll for train from lake or rail qarrltrc ii a like IB CTMie, counten-aillng duty; These are Uie .changes j w WJUon tarlf, Khlcll most I.usitania, whic-li sailed from Liverpool, and is due h lniuiWei 0( week from toJay.- Monitav, .n. ber 23, has been suejcsUd as a. ttri- tative date. AN E.N'GI.ISII London, Sept. power lay in bis belief in is ttc'Wcst- What Canada Wants "There are thousand upon "tlious- andg of tons of good feed-in Southern Alberta this that will go to waste When it was learriefi.ori the board minster comment this- ai- because Ihcre are no cat lie to feed tnrnoon on tbc lats "'What Aliierta wahtB just now "His terra in tte new.-pjp-r'is not so much Kce entry of cattle shown what a strong, Intothe Slates. free entry of States' Peculini1 to Aloii Condition is Very Serious Iho commisBEon gcneraHy com- mended for Its prompt -action in the matter. In Ihs opinion ,of the major- ity of grain handlers of Ihis port, river and lako vessels waiting their BDolng to as great an extent as ts pMEitle th-c- jraln congeslion .which is certain to choke the harbor when the rush of fall wheat starts :on 'its way iho 3L Already It was stated the raoral: effect of (lie ratsa In storage rate has had Its effect for the con treat Eon 'which has been acute. for the last. month, reach- ed Us easiest level today. Firms which have been storing and oalR En the elevators have seized the option of disposing of their grains on the Other aido before they are forced (o reova it by tiid increased rates. GOVERNMENT irian can do under dim- cattle Into Canada." nsiar.Cfs. It is hoped -New! Such Is Ihe opinion of O. T. Lathrop, find a sttcvssor cara'-b cf who hea Just returned from a trip to carrying on his pnlicy with the sirnc Minneapolis and through tho Uako- self-reliancc ard Ihe same indifference. las. He rnafnlair.s that Southern Al- to party machir.e." ......herla shouW he raising hundreds of thoufiands rac-ve calllc than there arc now In the country. The only place to gei tjiom is in Ihe States. Down In Kaus.i3 plly slocky.nds the other day the very best stockcrs were 2i4-centa a pound. But Canadian Ulockme-n are shut out by Ihe tariff, and the feed Is going to waste here. L'ntil Southern Alberta Is stocked Kith cnltle as It might be, the Wilson tariff will have little effect, for what is "wanted most right now is to slock tho country. At the same time (here is a short- HEO of over five million head of cal- Sa'skatoon, Sask., Sept. in the Stales. Tho finished cral criminal charges will be product would find a ready eale >n Lhi Commission to administer, a in of civil "service. Ci.vic art commission. 3. Parts'commission. 4. Play-ground commission. 5. Public charities commission. C. Hospital commission.or hoard. 7. Police commission. The--duties oi these'bodies are rued :_ by the council or elected sion, anil they act in an advlsoij- car'-.-.'.- (pacity to tlie council.' 2. lerald today The question was raised in a cotild ".be es- cil meeting the other dayVbut no ac-1 more, delay 'ion .was taken, One ol the'aldermen time it would taie'tp. .ntimaled to the Heralil f reslerdav the'matter-'beiore'.the cou-eP.anii appointed without delay. Ihe appointmenl should.he made be; ore commission'comes .into pow- er on January 1. APPOINT A COMMISSION" He also intimated thai-it pos- sitle steps would he taken- io ap: point a police cotjiiniaslon as chief: ''A move is also on foot to have, the city tnke'over the work being; done byMiss Udy, travellers' under direction of the C. aided by tl.e business'men. The. eestion was made to the Herald this morning that the Public Chariysa. possible, that the fonirnissibnl commission should be appointed with- niiEht act in the anpointmcht- of the out delay, and all char.i a new chiel. Section of Title j (rations in the city ivould 24 of the new charter provides'that; stntcd thereon, thus preventing any. the council has the right to "estab-j overlapping in the WOK undertaken.-. lish a police commission .and to ap-. point commissioners thsrcon to serve MEDICAL ASSOCIATION IS AFTER HER SCALP FOR ALLEGED MALPRACTICE Mort Priest, the pop'ilnr Yale motorcycle agenU was the.victim nn uncommon and painful accidcn yesterday aflerr.oon. at KIpp. He run out of gasoline', and was attempt Ing to syphon a quantity from a bar rel into a bucket, by sucking on e-nd of. a hoss, the' 'olhor end bein. In the barrel. Til? gaso- line was in a warm place anil the gas that had collected, along with pome of the fluid, entered Priest's lungs and he is now suffering from gasoline poisoning. He waa brought to his home on 6th street by John Taylor, who was pres- ent at'the time of the accident Dr. Mewburn attended in consultation with Dr. Creg'g last night when his case was very The fact that ho was chewing at the time tho ijasolinc entered his-mouth, Is given as a roason for the gagelng and con- sequent entry of the. to his lungs. Although lils Is still some what grave ho is reported as being much improved this "morning, hopes arp onterlalntd for his recovery. compensation or .10, such oompensation and with such powers and duties as the council may -fix. All that it ivould be .necessary to to appoint a commission immi There are several chnritahle organi- ere a zations including the W. C. Kcliel Society, Nursing sion, and Children's Aid, and a'Pilbj He Charities -comrnisiion could much -to direct their work. 'in do" i'e- 1 right 'channels.' red against a well known woin'r-.n c( Jhe Kosthcni district in the. court building at that pbcc this week. Tho charges.are being inailc fit the in- stance of ir.e Medical nssoclation, o! which Dr. I'ctcison, i tte.Times.on Uio subject it Cama.oMan freljil rates ane3tho'jnd Hie writer :ribt''i it as, that any- right thtnW fig men could it- United Slates niarielD. In Ihe meantime, Chicago caltlo prices will affect Ihe Canadian prlcea, and therefore Southern Alberta stockmen have-a leverage when dealing Canadian buyers. Regards Hogs nut forward, namely that ocean car. than supply homo demand, thero a very and ineffl- Tcilhr.w, Uomarknljlc in Calgary in Which Speakers Sound Calsarv Sept. to fighting 'speech followed by lighting speech, dcliuic'd by the leading men in public life in Western Canada r-tecting UicmseUes hoarse as spc cr nllcr speaker roused them to I Sir Wilfrid Lauricr and Us col- leagues was received augurs vell.ior the future o! Liberalism in the west and in Calgary. Tiiat the leaders ol (he Liberal party in Canai; and Alberta are'ei- peeling an election some time with- in the nest two years, and would not he greatly surprised if it came alter the next evident from tte remarks-ol .the- speakers-last night. The issues were dealt with in. trenchant style, Dr. CljrVc being irf fine fettle- and rousing- Ite crowd to.1 great enthusiasm. Jecl, the Canadian government em- ployed their money In forming a fund for subsidizing merchant fchlp owners who were unable lo entry on profit- ably tho business la necessary to the will being .and proipcYily of Canada. By dealing with- the situs- la -ny other' manner, tho in- ivllablc rcaalt will be (he roslrlc- llon of export or Import facilities, which for n growing coun- try like Canada ought not to receive the moil coiistfiiiratioii on the irt of those entrusted "with the inari- "Mti luch proposals aa are being aseincnt of licr strong evidence is available. spine very ANOTHEB ONt KILLED Muensler. Gtrminy, Sept. Ator liana naa hilled here to- day, as he was completing A two- hnurs' flight. }le iicacendcd at too sharp an and the wings buckled. Tho gasoline tnnV exploded, as It hit the ground ajid Ihc pilot's hydyi .was rartly lii cxlinguiiiTied, l before Uio (Ire co i uld bo ?cnt Liberals oi this city ar.d Medicine most inrc attended the cnmpHmenlar! siucuifuV Wr'in Ite history of the quit tendered to the wcsisin iicotrai Medicine Hat SccUty mcmbfrs of parliament hy.the i crowii in Kary Lihftah lasl night. _ attc'ndance. Jiidginj comilctv.i H was a rcrl Ipllfr occasion lor trt r.r..l a prosrum of races run of the Literal Potty in he This fair is le'.-ominis su-lnrse West. SFcjkers of calibre oi m_ It will probably graduate into Ihe exhibition class next year. The opening ot the Chicago and other fcnited States markets Is therefore isinr; to tho farmers who are rals- ADDITION TO Ing hogs extensively. HOUSE OF Wiether Canadian wheat will bo j able to compele on the American roar-' 4 kcls in (ace ot Ihe countervailing duty remains to be seen. Ftw think It will, while-others MiChscl Clark, ol Kcd Dter, ths most eloquent ineir.htr of the house ol commons Hon. Frank Oliver, form er minister ol the Hen Fort William, Ont, Sept. 12. H. J. Tharle, of th.e local ''-Arthur L. Sillon, premier ol Alber- ta Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister COMMONS of agrjcuuutc; Hon. George'Lang Icy, minister ol municipal aflalrs for Saskatchewan A. Uuchanan M r. for J. 0. Turrlfi M contracting firm of. Crockett p [ol It .Tiiarlc., his oflice 'r I j. rj. Klllbtt, M.P.P-, that, In ef .congestion, hcra-thjt hlf, firm has been Canadian.wheat nnd awtfded tha contract to' bDilq; 't in In the face miiijon dollar addition lo Ihe j ihnsliism with which their every lor StsVatctewan, and r West. Jiid _____ a n'urnter of others were in The en f-.e (en'cents duty, the.difference grading being o'rercouo the duly, buildings in Ot- jterance was receded artd-the manner t every-rr.cjitiiirt. priri- of Liberalism and the name of ;