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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV. Alta., Friday, Seplcmbfer .15, MM I. Number 232 ASSAILANT OF TEACHER A LUNATIC Escaped When Asylum at Brandon was Burned Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Min- er, thfi assailant and abductor of Gladys Price, for whom all southern is eon rolling tbo country- was Identified last night in Win- nipeg, from tho description given by 'Miss Price, 'by- a II. N. W. .M. P. ser- geant, who came from Rcglna for the jnirpcse, as a man with a long crim- Inni record, who cnlls hinvjolf War- ren. Warren is an escaped inmate of the Brandon insane asylum, hav- ing been committed to that institu- tion two years ago for assaulting a fanr.'jr's wife at Cralk, Saslr. He feigned insanity when arrested at Cralk. and after remands, ho was sent to the asylum. There he remain- ed until th'3 night of the fire- last January, he owcajj-e-d, and was CLOUDBURST KILLED MANY NEAR PITTSBURG Pittylmrg, Sept. estimated at wns done, and a number of lives reported loet in a cloud- burst, which swept Etna, SliarpBhiirg, and Millvale, sub- urbs of PHtsburg early today. TABER HEARD A GOOD ADDRESS PROROGUED GENERAL SYNOD Many Important Matters Were Passed on by Anglican Body London. Sept. discussinj ,he report of the committee of Mor- GeO. P. Smith M. P. 1Wolm tlie board DR. WILEY WILL NOT RESIGN not hyard of until recently, although Knocked Tory Plat- form Endways Til her, Sept. in Tabcr, CJeo. p. Smith, M.P.P., delivered be- fore a fairly large audience one oC the most striking addrussus of tlie traitic was roundly condemned, and campaign. Tho member for Camroai; several has developed a remarkable oratory, of the Anglican church look up the (juesLion of Kimiblinp in tlic home, which it was .staled has grown to alarming proportions in Canada. "U may not be for large stakes the, lad- ies gamble." said Canon Scott, of hu'f the practice is undcr- the home. The white slave which, combined with his thorough knouledge of the subject, gives him. tremendous power on the reciprocity platform. Several hundred citizens IIUHR on his words for. over an hour while he turned out some of the most II was snposod that he carao to Win- cvei. hcan, nipeg. On September 1. of In s rear. te was arrested In Winnipeg for to drtmhonness. lie gave the name of while he waa under an en- tirely different name at Brandon. In- cidentally, he ra known to have erous different aliases. He clinched his arguments in a concise mariner, gave the peoplu food for thought, and sent them away with a bitter tirade ringing in their ears on the insolence of the annexation nonsense of the r shipped west Into Saskatchewan jcntirc Conservative Bland. He knock- _ __________ "mugged" here by the police, and lat- lew, and the utter ivith a number of otlner rags. He i: well known to the R. N. W. SI. P., and la said to have been arrested a number of tiaras on the charge of attacks on women. The photograph of the man tallies minutely with the description given 'by the Manitoii school teacher of her assaflnnt, with the exception that ha wore a red in Winnipeg, while Miss Price's abductor, according io her story, was clean shaven. He also had a scar on his left .Miss Price de- clanad last night (the noticed while he held bar captive. The provincial police and city police now feel sure that Alias Price's abductor is nons other than Warren, The chase still goes on. Severa false arrests have been mad-a of h noes, who have 'heen startled out t their hunting ground, but the rea fugitive is still at ed the Conservative platform ways, made it look So foolish brinK involuntary laughter from audience with Wilfrid Lanrier, and bis policy, theories were advanced garding tlie cause of the fall of Can- adian girls. A re.solulion presented by Murray, of Winnipeg, de- clared that wages are so low in ion'es. stores and shops that girls are driven to immorality to earn a living. A resolution staled that the synod recognizes the fact that -ecor nomic conditions should ho altered to lit the working girls. It was car- ried. A clause in Ihe report also stated that undesirable conditions in schools iu Ontario, in the wrst, and in east- em provinces had come to light. The members did not, appear to relish what most of them termed reflection on the. schools of the province, and UJB after much discussion, the clause was end, Sept. Is reported-that Dr. Harvey Wiley, chief of the United States Bureau of Chemistry, will not be asked by Presid- ent Taft to resign, despite the recommendation of the per- sonnel of the Department of Agriculture, and endorsed by Attorney-General Wickeraham. Thh decision was announced here today by President Taft. GEO. P. SMITH WILL SPEAK HERE Geo. P. Smith, the clever and eloquent member for Camrose In the Alberta Legislature, will be present at the big Liberal meet- ing next Tuesday evening, and will be one of the speakers. Mr. addresses have been "one of the prominent features of the campaign in Alberta. He is a speaker of exceptional ability. Hon. Walter Scott and the can- didate, W. A. Buchanan, will be the other speakers. ence at every point, lie finished thrown out. .Segregation, as a means1 a magnificent tribute to controlling houses of ill-fame, was disapproved by the synod. ALBERTA RANCHER SHOT IN MONTANA STOLYPIN HAS CHARMED LIFE Another Attempt at As- sassination Made at Kiev Kiev, Uufjiji. Sept. attack on the life of Premier Stolypin. of Russia, in tho Uicntiu here "iglit, hy an unknown man, who was arrested, la not ihe first attempt ag- ailtst the life of Premier Stolypin. When he was governor of in three shots fired ut him but without effect. On August 25, IflOfi, a bomb was thrown when Stol- ypin, then premier, was holding a public reception ai. his country house of Apterkarsky luland. The premier was -slightly wounded. Thirty-two ].'2i-sons were killed, and a still larger number injured. Among the latter .J. ft NEW WESTMINSTER BANK LOST Vancouver, flank of Montreal, nt Now Westminster, was robbed last night. The lirst report 'sajw (ho bniik lost a quarter oC a million dollars. MISSIONARIES IN SZE CHUAN SAFE was the premier's In-year-old (laugh- ter and his three-ycarold son, When Stolypin accepted the pi'am- iershjp he was perfectly conscious of danger. He remarked at tlwh time: "I have no doubt that attempts l be made upon my life, .but I hope that order will be restored and stab- ility established in Russia before they re successful." As Stolypin outlin- ed the policy of the government, it vas to be -one lof strong-handed rc- orm, and lie promptly issued circu- Confirmation of Report is Received in Toronto Sept. which R'sv. T. 15. Shore reraired yes- tor Jay from the American Baptist POPULATION WILL MAKE SMOKE Mayor Young of Raymond Answers Conservative Criticisms Mlslo ary Society at Chung King, Dccr Lodge. Mont., ..Sept. well known stockman in only ideal policy, that of reciprocity clause declaring that the Ahgli- iii natural products wiih the United can Church views with alarm the'McMillan. Stales, and of reciprocity sPread of Mormonism in Canada, and j Alberta, was shot and Instantly kill- tl racturpd articles with Great Hritain. .authorizing the committee' of moral ed six miles north of Helmville, necktie" Me referred to the Conservative-Hour- t-0 appoint a sub-committee to the road t-n, Ovanda, and near and if there.was definite information- that the Cheng Tu people hail left the Kiating party would not leiu'o be- fore the Cheng Tu missionaries jpin- ed them, if they thought they wero to the authorities: It_ looks like a confirmation of thla despatches pub- vest erd.iy that Cherig Tii mis- sionaries wero still in that city. The "TTn Clllnesc cities, for tire ure hIB" Mr. 'Shore says. That of Cheng TH, which is tire strongly fortified, is fifty feet high, and about as broad. The Canadian .Methodist compound Is in tlie best and most easily defend- ed part. Us walls are sight or ten feet high, and unscaleabte, except by ladders. A letter assa alliance in Quebec, as the dis- graceful feature oi the campaign. ,S. J. Shepherd, of Lethbriilgc, support-! cd with a forceful 'approaching deal with the matter, was adopted; to the them crossing of. Blackfnol river, Canadian people by chas. 1 lector, about to see .Uie'vrars old. The parties twenty-one had been them to spars no efforts to I prevent disturbances. As Minuter j of th-a Duma, in making his first speech, with cries of "Murderer" ami when 'lie'TIefe eged illegality of police officials and irovincial governors in the ion of disorder. Tho retaliation .teps which he took against the Tory ists and Liberals alike, won him !lv of the advanced parties the administratioi became ihe syn the onyjti of the hangman's noose tli ughout Russia. Stolypin Will Recove r St. Petersburg ;Sept.' be Welling, Alia., Sept. ug ihe bu-sy season and the disagree- able night, a splendid meeting was held at Wrlling last night in the schooJhoiise in the interests oi reci- procity. Over halE the electorate turned out, and all seemed anxious Toronto, Sept. cablegram'10 he informed on the Issue at stake L. M. was in the chair and the lirst speaker called was Dr. K. A. Keillor, of Raymond. The gan his'maiden speech on the politi- cal platform by 'defining'the term re- ciprocitj and then'1 briefly surveyed the whoh- Dominion from (he Mari- tiijie provinces to British Columbia, indic.iting the effect of reciprocity on each group, lie then went comparison oi' prices of produce in the markets of Winnipeg, Toronto, Koit William and Montreal as comv iiared with those of Hnfialo, Chicago and .Minneapolis, and brought "but some convincing lugumenU the iJiu-L would be a good tiling (or Cari- ulii. In closing, the speaker review- :il the obstruction tactics of the Uon- wirvjilivi: jwriv during the discussion. of the. hill in UIR of Commons, shown! the iiRccssitv nf going to.the country on the question of reciproc- ity and urged his hearers to vote for W. A. Buchanan on Sept. SLsfc, stating that all American Baptist missionaries had reached there, 'jakl that the Kiating missionaries wet-e onrcmte, and that telegraph 'commun- ication with Yachow and Ningyuan was cut off. These places arc in the j American Baptist territory, but not in that of the Canadian aiothodtet mission. Tlve Kiating party of mis- sionaries would include the Canadian Methodists, BO JIr, Shone conjectures lhat if the Kiating people had left, SUPPOSED SUICIDE IN MINNEAPOLI Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. H, Tucker, assistant, treasurer of th- Minneapolis General Electric Com pany, wns found dead in a -balh-roon in the Boardman Hotel, St. Paul, lat' today. Before shooting himself Tuck er had written saveral letters am mailed them. One of them waa ad droesed to George tW. Hall, who work- ed him In the same office. Ii it, he flays he had decided on taking bis life, and requested his friends to assist Mrs. Tucker and their eight year-old daughUr, Alice. Mr. Tucker wia in charge of col lections and accounts. The only mo- tive that can by his frtends to that ho was short In hla accounts, although nothing to siVb stantiate suspicion haa yet been found by the company's auditors. MOROCCAN QUESTION STILL UNDER CONSIDERATION Berlin, Sflpt. French reply to Note on Morocco reach- fi -irlin this evening, and it ia pected that the French Ambassador, ..i. i urn-bo n, will present It to t he German Foreign Minister officially tomorrow. The contents of the reply, howe-.-rfr, had already been trasmif- ted to the German Foreign Office in- formally. An Mt'aminatlon of the var- ious points of toe reply, it IB stood, will require a Considerable and probably another ex- change of views regarding the details will -be necessary. The Imperial Chancellor had a long conference with the Emptoror at Potsdam. CHAPTER OF FATALITIES: FOUR TRAGIC DEATHS Vancouver, Sept. of a series of accidents, in tho space of two months, resulting in election is not allowed playing-cards at Helmville with oth- jlicf that Premier'Stolypin. who was dress. Three rousing cheers were giv- jto !l1-' besmirched in any way, and to er ranchers and farm hands. Meeker [snofc 'b-v ljawJfe1' Hogrof, during the pn Buchanan at the close. j preserve the high standard oi moral-Most all his money and "it is under-j at Urn theatre at ity, was-issued. It is signed by the.stood ATcMi'llnn won most of it- ARTILLERYMEN Made Splendid Showing In Competition With Territorials Montreal, Sept. forty artillerymen, who have been for His last tew weeks competing with thfc Jest gunners from the British terri- torials, returned home on the steam- er Royal George, .accompanied by -leut-Col. lienouf, of the .Montreal Heavy Brigade, who has heen In com- mand. In the record brought 'rank s one long series of triumphs and narksmanship, celierity and excellent to the training .afforded I Kiev last night, will recover, is en- primat. cf Canada, Archbishop to lroMillan's ranch and 'bratT'' reC'ah'C" oson, of Rllpnrt's Lantl. The syiiod, (Icmanrtcd the return of tiic money. was prorogued at six o'clock hv tliejT'pon McMillan's refusal, Hcckcr Archbishop Thanks were expressed cned fire, killing him instantly, to the diocese of Huron and the church people of London for their courteous treat men t of delegates to tiic jreneial synod. op- FLASHED A GUN IN RESTAURANT North Dakota Man Up Before the Police Magistrate Flashing miniature cannon, H. E. Irccn, wlio gives his placo of resi- GRAIN AT TABER ON THE MARKET Tab-er Sept. The first grain hauled info Taber was brought in yes- jterday, and today more haa come in, Several threshing outfits have begun oporatioiis, and next week it is likely that it will bo pretty general. The wind of the last two days has had the effect of drying out the wet graio, and we are looking to see far- m-erg crowd the streets of Tabor from now on. The Al-tena Grain Co.. of Calgary. Al-sxandcr Stolypin from Kiev today. The message reads: "At first consultation physicians conjecture thiit wounded pleura and grazed liver. Conditions very satisfactory. Pulse 70. Physicians decided operation un- necessary." SOUTH DOKOTA FARMERS LAUGH Cannot see why Canada Wants to Oppose Reciprocity j Or. Smith, of Union. S. D-, rctum- All Safe (n Sze Chung Sept. 1 5. A message ceived at. the headqunrteps of" tho China Inland mKssion hero, today ies thai, all missionaries .of. that body, 'and its buildings in the prov- ince of SKO -Cluing, China, are safe. GRAIN SHIPPED AT PURPLE SPGS. Motley Crowd Composed Meeting in Interests of Magrath Purple Springs, Hcpt. nudi- 'iice composed of three farmers, a t'.w transients working on the new levjitor. some ('onscrvatives from 'aber and Grassy Lake and a half oxen residents of the town composed he audience that greeted W. C. ivcs, f Lc.lhbridgc, and Dr. Leech, of Tab- j r, at a Mugrnth meeting on Wednes-' Tlu: second speaker was Major it S. of Raymond. His opcnitfg remarks were telling. He said that reciprocity in his estimation was the greatest, question submitted to the Dominion of Canada.1-since Confedera- tion. Next-' to a Federation of s ihe-coir-mcrcia! interest o[ those provinces with the "It a. matter of he said, that the Conservative party have always favored it. That tiiev .were no' able 'to put the measure through is ,thc reason they now- oppose Tlu; mayor's .speech was Uigely a criticism of statements made by the Conservative party. He referred to .lie emphasis put by them on :tho song about Canada keeping smoke is- suing from United States chimneys, riiey say we're giving the U S ore 'aw material which we should manti- aclure at home. He pictured the Maple tree and Uncle Sam .with his bucliet across the line fence collecting the sap. "It might scare he said, "but. not intelligent voters Land is one of our great natural re- sources. What we want more than anything else _in this country is the use ol our land.' We, need population to increase the price of land. What good ari; these vast prairies with nOr hotly to develop them There was ncviT so jiood a policy of immigra- tion, proposed as the reciprocity pact, back ten. evening. The Tuber and Grassy have commenced operniUons on a new- j.'ake helpers supplied the enthusia elf aa exceedingly pleased with the Ilp pipe. Mar Obnw, swearing no dope in the shop, failed three will have lo do for thi'i vaar. -a f i rni i "u nan no tiupt: m uiu MIWII, luueu of the trip. The men, who man, named Marat, met terc picked from every province u'itn tllc request, and Green t a serious accident Chin a ie Dominion, achieved a great repu- [left without the sleep-producer. How- conplo of days ago, -b-eing scalded bad- ation for the Canadian service in 'tivcr Camt, aKajn brought 'A Ol1 a cnsino. shed for his Impressions as to into evidence, but again spared mass of the Old Land for [his attempts were unsuccessful. By pleaded military regulations, and timp Mar t u k that np nn rtfflnnw In nnll... I n jiliat. tin- gun was becoming too fam- iliar and called the police, and short- ly after Green was taken into cus- tody. The j-un is a Winchester '38' of old style, hut wicked enough to ervice he was not prepared to talk, he m-en entertained at the raig street armory 'by their Mou- comrades. NOMINATIONS IN MACLEOD 'The crops here are better than I have t'vpr scon them, and Alberta should have a prosperous fall. We havn had a crop failure in Kouth Dakota ihis yrar on account of ihe droulh. The yrar has bcnn a vorv The first carload of grain to he shipped from Purple Springs this sea- son went to Winnipeg on Wednesday, heinq .shipped by the ,Uherla Pacific Klcvator Cn. U is hclieved Hint this 'H first '-arlnad lo lie shinned one there, hul we expect ;io [rom CAPTAIN DROPPED DEAD Kingston, Ont., Sept. Al- ert JIajor, agod ector, Montreal Trnnsji pcd dead vnrly this morning. est. Al-l fi5. of the Co.. a will have (rood next year to make! up for il. i you people are in midst of ii Simmons election paijrii IiL-ie, and il lnok.s like ,t 'for reciprocity, f come from Knlch-, wp to reciprocity wllen it heiore our .covernnient. it makes tlie 'LKTS of South Dakota lauch when fatal and serious injuries, occurred in this city today. J. g. Jones la dead, as the reaulf of a runaway no j eident; John Sahbe. i.s dead, as the result of an accident at the H. C. sugar factory, where a scaffold fell from tho eij'.hth of a tl'ow ad- dition, and T. died 111 the hospital Tvltli a fractured flknll, sus- tained when he fell into an excava- tion. To this li'it. of tragedies must ho tlni death of John Howard Paton, found d-aad in 'hed at Ills home Prior street early this morning. tli utt Vancouver men. .J, WILFRID DENIES CANARD, Qneboc. Sept. Wil- frid Uiurhtr denied havinK In- vited Scnntor Gnrc of Okla- homa to help In thw cam- paign, as reported in the Am- erlenn prtys. liw said he knew nothing either of man or of hln coming to Can- ada. (hey arc gelling all Ihe hest il. and we are celling ail Ihe agents for Ihe can-; ,vorsl H A. C. Kcin- people m Canada win do anything else Jlian vole for Ihe present measure.1''' i STRANGE ACCIDENT KILLS QUEBEC DOCTOR companions. JIaeleod, Scpi. scare' even the hrave. This morning or, Socialist John Ilen'on, Orcon was fined SIO and costs for vative, and llavid were without the names oi the. candidates who f.( I! spend were nominated here today. On Ful-; of nf (llt, limn Hi in jail, lie pleaded not guilty Cher's nomination papers there were in (l) to '.he second charge of threatcnini! over lift; signatures, and on to shoot and was remanded til! lo- nock's ami there were over morrow 11101111115 on the charge. Orcon. ilifleen each. Tiic' a physical wreck, healing all the riillnies aie llerrim, iliiaris of llie hahillial dope fiend. He' mis Waniuck. A., ami says that Ire has heen running a res- l''nleher, John Oliphnnl. in p'dmonton, and that his i Knlehnr held a meeting on Ihe wife is living (here at, present. Thc.slrect here tonight, and a fairly large j 4 i gnu was confiscated. I crowd heard him, hut Ihe reception i Qnehee. Sept. Dnbo, ,5'ouiiK Dhysieian of SI. Perpeln ITEHRIBLE STATE OF the I AFFAIRS IN MACEDONIA cam-! St. Petersburg, fiopl. des palcli lo tlio Xovne Vremya from j Constantinople, describing the hor- rors or cholera in .Macedonia, says i win tlie were w-is "re ernwd-sd in cars and l-u wllhout medical ,-iid. In tllc railroad, livinr.' and dead of llieir hinds, would hriiig the price of C'anadian lands up (o S318 nn' acre. Our land produces 18 times what land valued at S150 and produc- ing (15 an acre will bring. He pre- dicted thai when fanners across the line sec. our product they will want to come to this side lo share our prosperity. "Give us population and we'll have boilers and chimneys. Cap- ital will be sure (o conic." Mayor Voting, horn and raised on United Stales suil, hooled Ihe Wea of an- nexation. can't: he absorbed by j 'was very mild. Mark Drumm held DUKE OF SUTHERLAND'S YACHT i ANNUAL REPORT OF CLEARING HOUSE Tho first year of operation of the l.sthbrldge Bank cl-snr- ins house closed on August and the tolal clearings tor he. said. "Wo must ask tor it." To show the greater lihcrtj of the people of Canada, the I0ir wanted reciprocity nnd without con- snlting the people., because, of the puucr vested in n President of the I'nited States, he said to his C'on- jgress that he wanted il and got it Toronto, I Sntherland' Sept. The Duke Of j Monarch yacht -lias returned in Hie inlerests from Ibe enthusiasm ill j c.onnty, died in ihe hospital ol Dr. n., nf nn ,3V. plosion of dynamite his home v hnrbor. vvhcro it will remain jshonn at the meeting will, like most {.Monday, nhcn n. maid throw some hot the Diik'a relnrns from the West] other districts, give Warnock a very lashes on a pile of rubbish, whoro 1 iu all or clghl maturity. (quantity of dynamite hod :boe the year amounted to 7R9, a weekly ayernRC of This Is considered a record for what has Lethhridse's quiotr.'.U. hiMiness year. The Premier o! CanacUi said, "We'll lake ihe issue lo the country and lefc the people decide." "If we should he said Mr. "it would be a step backward inio Ihe dark past. We have more liberty in Can- ada than in tin; United Slates, 1 wa.s and lived in tiic United Slates, lull i wouldn't at any time so hack lo conditions that exist in the I'niU'd Slalel." (Continued on page ;