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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Volume IV.- Letti bridge. Thursday, September 21, Number 237 PROPHESIES A VICTORY FOR LAURIER Impartial Observer Sees Return of the Gov- ernment STOLVPIN BURIED Kiev, fluasln, Sept. remains or I'ranler Stolypin were 'hiiried hero today with maty eeremonfes. PREPARED FOR FRAY IN FERNIE The Chicago Tribune has a special correspondent In Canada during the ck'CMon ami his forecast is as lows Uiu'licc, Canada, Sept. .there is 11 complete reversal of scnti-j King's Supporters Quite Confident as to the Result (Special to the St. Sept. in to tlra asuaslnation of Premier Stoly- pin at Kiev, with particular reference to thfc revolutionary and police ele- ments involved, ia being conducted personally by the Minister of Justice, Kerne, Sept. last day of j M. Chatchegievitof. Already there from that which has been dis-j the campaign before the casting nt j are indications of many ramifications pljiicd up to this time it is Ihe con-j ballots begins, has been a strenuous j and complicity on the part of. promin- SENSATIONS IN STOLYPIN MURDER Prominent Police Official is Under Strong Suspicion 4. 4. 4. 4. INCREASE or BANK CLEARINGS Tho bank clearings for the week weits while those of the sn'mc week liitit year wore This shows increase of over per cent. lidrut prediction of competent polili-jonc here in Kurnic. lloth committee eal observers that Liberalism and re- rooms have been lull of visitors from riprocity will be the twin victors in jail over the riding, getting the last Ihe flections of next Thursday morn-i woi'ds and being armed with instruc- ing. jtions before leaving for their respec- Since my arrival in Canada I places for tomorrow's work. IKTII meeting leaders of the govern-j A large vote is expected nil over incut and the opposition, journalists [he district anil both sides arc pre- .vho have heun in close touch with jpnrerl for the work in hand. f.viMT devclopmenti in this polyglot j situation, and politicians, and have ntti-ntli'd political meetings where Bond opportunity printed itself to AIieM' Ncw Micbc! and ii.scerlain the temper of the people. The conclusion durivi-d therefrom Wilfrid Ihe premier, U'f Ilc is "ol j spc-eclips, only looking after the or- ganization of the Ooodeve forces for tomorrow. lion. W R. Ross is in the district, Curbin, Crow's Nesl. hby the directors of the Depart- ment of Police. Trepoff then tender- ed his resignation, whicli was not ac- cepted. While Vei'igin and Kurloff were at Kiev lire evening of the Emperor's visit, Minister Uogroff was consulted hrliin-l him will he in the neighbor-! A- Macdonald and A. I. Fisher will hood of forty, though his champions !speak. Mr. Ross will not be prcs- claini it will be greater even The last day of ihe race finds Dr. Mow Changes May Occur stronger than at any lime since In parliament recently dissolved the was nominated, and his supporters Laurier 'majority, was forty-five. The 'nffirm thnt he will head the poll to- Kin-' passed through town this I "nd given- the ''esponslble position of guarding the premier, as be promised to track the suspected terrorists, Nina Alexandrovus and Nicholas Jac- ovilvich. It is incomprehensible to those engaged in tlie intiuiry, how- ;t subordinate, as Verigin was, dared to morning to Michel, and returned Fernie at oni: p.m. The last rally of the campaign has thii'uRen arranged >for tonight in the where Dr. King, M. of the two dominant parties in thnt parliament was as follows Province Conservative. Liberal Ontario 51) 36 Quebec .12 53 Nova Scotia I; 12 New Brunswick 11 Prince Edward Island 1 3 Manitoba...... S 2 Saskatchewan............ I H Alberta............ 3 4 Columbia 5 2 iVukon 1 Totals 88 133 The prediction'made of the results of the election five days hence is Province Conservative! Liberal Qntaiio 52 3.) .Quebec if, -19 .Nova Scotia 1 14 Brunswick 1 12 Princn Edward Island 3 Manitoba fl........... j f) Saskatchewan i 9 .'Alberta 3 5 British Columbia 5 2 i iYuhon 1 morrow with a good safe majority. disi-egard the Stolypin circular regard ing revolutionary spies, and ollow Bo- Kroff, a spy and informer, to guard ihe premier without even setting oth- er agents to watch him. Verigin was Kurloff's right-baud man, and main- tained close relations with Kurloff's family Kurloff, against "stolypin'a most determined opposition, married divorced wife of a young adju- tant. Stolypin made the matter one of personal confidence to the Emper- or, .but Kurloff's influential support- tera at court overruled tbe premier. The Nova Verima says -that only a mere fraction of Minister Chatche- filoyitoff's findings can ever be pub- lished. Patriotic reasons forbid a full exposure of the scandalous crim- inal intrigues in high circl-as, leading to Stolypin's sacrifice. Only General Trepoff-3 prompt meas- ures in throwing a cordon about -the I theatiB and checking the work of the secret police, says the Vromya, pre- i vented the escape of Bofiroff. Colon- el Kulyabako made strenuous but 1111 Mystery of Disappearance of Nelson Express Agent-Solved Nelson, B. C.. Sept. body of Richard Reilly, manager of the express company h'ere, who disap- peared two months ago. was found Kootenay Lake.. A shortage of funds in the express office was discovered and the company offered a reward for his apprehension, believing he had absconded. Leaving a canoe and his clothes where they found at the time on the la.ke shore, led to Hie discovery of the body. MAN-TIGER IS QUICK TO KILL Murderer Slays Another In California Prison Folson, Cal., Sept. man tiger of tlit- Califor- lia peaik1! '.iarics, slabbrd to death iliis ancient enemy, Francisco in Hie corridor of the cells for the in Kolsoin prison, at 2.15 o'cl 3i'k yesienlay afteraoon. BIG REWARD OFFERED New U'es-tminst.er, Sept. totlilMilg liave been offered for the nn- lirehcnslon or bank roll- hern. 4 AMERICAN LIKES THIS COUNTRY 138 Totals S3 ConservatiYes Challenge Figures The Conservatives do not ndmilany mch viotoiy for Hie Laurier forces'. They will la mil-prised should the maritime provinces, Nova Scotia. New Brunswick, and Prince Edward 'Island return Liberal ma- (Con tinned on S.) HARVESTING IN MAGRATH DISTRICT Mtgrath, Sept. has recommenced .rtw a few dtya Of Idleness on aooonnt of the rain ELECTIONS TAKE Universal Suffrage is New Reform, and There Will be Close Fight Stockholm, Sept. general elections nave bi'pun and will last very nearly through 1hc entire month, considerably latitude is allowed. The district magistrate fixes a day for the ballot to suit local conveni- ence, and Ihe days chosen vary con- siderably in different parts of the country. Thus, in some important districts of Southern Sweden the poll was fixed (or Saturday, September 2, and in a largo majority of the oth- ers for Sunday, so that H7 deputies out of the 330 forming the second chamber were elected on those two days. In other districts much later dates have lisnn chosen; at Upsala. voting .will take place tomorrow, and Stockholm as late as the 22nd. The general result of the elections therefore, not be known till near the. curt of llif month. Tim electorate, moreover, has been considerably enlarged by- a recent !electoral reform granting universal suffrage, and i-lu: districts have been entirely remodelled in consequence of C II D DD s7 C CI system of IXLOJlllU WITH UMBRELLA RESCUE A Woman Saved Police- man's Life in New York Street Fight New York. St-pt. elderly woman armed with a stout umbrella saved the life of Policeman Jeremiah Byrne in a battle with a gang of on an uptown stri-ut corner early today. The baltlr had gone against- IJynic, who was- on his back ami, nearly unconscious irom a rain of. vicious blows, when the woman, Bought Land and Then Some Settle Here .I.C. Dymi, the wealthy land owner, who recently moved with bis and family from the Stater, and took up his homo on Argyle avenue, yesterdaj touted witlv tl.e Dowsley-.Mulhern Co.'s representatives a distance o .some two hundred miles into the north co.uni.ry, visiting the severa places between this city and Hed Hill Mr. Dysit recently purchased two sec j Hoii'j of land In the Iron Springs dis- trict, and yesterday wiis so enthuset ditions that he pur If-section. At Iron to tlic prison custom, opunud i'Sprinijs the party, on their return Ho'.I1, men were murderers ami un- der sentence of death. Quijada had frequently said he would (lit- happy if Opiifjnhoimcr preceded him to the gal- lows. enemy hail as often ,ioclar- crt his readiness for death if could kill just one more man. he Assistant Turnkey Frank Kstud-jwith existing com! illo, accompanied hy a another ha tile cull doors of The four men in the condemned corridor for ventilation this afternoon. Challenge lo Combat. As his door was opened (Juiiada trip, pulled from a five hundred acre field of wheat a sample and brought il to Lethbridge. So excellent was the i quality of the grain and straw that the Board of Trade officers at once hit. upon this sample to represent part sprang lo the center of the corridor iof Southern Alberta district's crop in and shouted a challenge to Dry Farming Congress at Colora- j heimcr out and fight, Jake." whose identity was "''not learned the. polict'i came from a cross sui'ct, took in the sit- uation hurriedly, and rushed into the infi with Itdr umbrella upraised, She belabored right and left and her sally diverted the attention of the roughs from the prostrate police- man long enough to enable him to get his revolver from his hip pocket. Byrne fired twice quickly into the hoped this would be enough, but one of assailants turned like a. flash aiiri Jinn fron OppcnliL-imer replied to the defiance do. Crops In the district travelled ovei of Indian by a sudden rush from his cell. Before Qnijada could raise. a hand in defense the point of a .sharpened bit of iron six inches fnjto the bushel. To say thnt Mr. Dysit length, which Oppenheimer had con-jis more than pleased with bis recent by the parly are largely saved. Thresh ins is the order of procedure, and the returns are very gratifying. Mr. Dy- sit came across one sample of wheat that touted as high as C4 H pounds started to wrest the wea- his weakened hand. The cealcd, had pierced his breast just below (he heat'.t. Hsiudillo separated the men and placed Quijada in his cell. Turning to Oppenlieimer the tun "Give me that, Jake." "AH right, said Oppcnhcimer, and calmly- -surrendered the deadly weapon, .which in some unknown unexpectedly !H; ln fashion from a short iron bar. When Opi't-'nheimer had been locked up Estudillo turned to Quijada. "Arc vou hurt he asked. litllu was Quijada's reply. Then. lie Died Estudiilti then sent for the prison physician. Before the doctor arrived Quijada was dead. At ;he coroner's wliich was convened in the, office of Warden Rcil- Iy loniojiit. Oppenlieimer was asked purchases and the future would be putting not rest uontent it mildly, until he ha: outlook He will dispo jed of much of his land south of the border and invested largely in West- ern Canada, and that In Alberta. He has already put men upon his newly acquired holdings, and they will ibe farmed henceforth in proper style. where he had obtained the steel with t.her. Operation begun in the Ma- grath dlnlrlct about two weeka ago, and at the time about six outffti are wor.k It te said that at lust twelve largo ateam out- fits will -be working Inside of an- other week. TT.vj fjraln that in .being threiheti Is generally of a good quality. There IH an exception wheisa the fall wheat sprouted because of the damp This hn-s caused the farm- some alarm, and at leant two grades will rre knocked off 'by elevator men. The loss that, will be -I -by the extensive farmers i hccaus-a of this win doubtlosy a largo figure. However, the crop here this season la enthHy satiafactory. U the weather rumaiiii farorubto 'a e. Kulyabako made strenuous but un- n" Iron' ftlf WCftKencrt hand- The po- J- r wn-n efforts -to have prison- a last effort aimed er kept at police headquarters ii.tn the crowd. Mis bullet "1Hl Iiatl in instead of in the fortress. Had slrucl: a younK house painter, Arthur vnrd somc n-OIIllls fJad Trepoff Bogroff to KuIIa- bako, th-e paper declares, few details of the crime would have 'been traced to th-e revolutionary, nest. A search I baa been made of the rooms of a coi respondent of a London newspaper and his brother, residing in the rooms of the liberal authoress, Mine. Tyr kova. Dogroff's parents, upon receiv news of the crime, addressed a tel-egram to Mine. Stolypin, express' ing abhorrence at their son's act. Bog roff's brother has be'an transferred to the fortress. Eighty nren-and thirty women arc under arrest at Kiev. BROWN ATTEMPTED SUICIDE IN JAIL AT MORDEN Morden, Man., Sept. tba prisoner being held here in connec- tion with the Snowflake tragedy, tried o commit suicide, 'between half-past en and eleven o'clock last night! by aking a dose of strychnine. the adoption tionnl representation, the effects which cannot bti foreseen. Judging hy Ihe animation of the electoral campaign, which has been going on for somc time, the election will be a verv close contest between the Conservatives, who arc in power, the Liberals, who are more or Itss in leapim with tho Social Demo- crats. All t.hr tp.binet ministers, well as tha leaders of the opposition, R been addrensing the electorate over the country. The premier, Mr. Tjtndmwi, and the head of the former Liberal canine! Mr. .Staff, liavft delivered numerous addresses. Both parties scorn confluent of suc- cess and arc straining every nerve I to ensure it. The third party, the Democrats, is small hut ad- organizfd and disciplined. Hi deal of threshing will be over In about Ihros This district cxpcoto A tf over kiuhrtt million in sympathy will) fchr Liberals IMPERSONATION Warrants Issued at Win- Arrests Made Winnipeg, Sept. Impersonation wnrmiua were laalied by hoth parties 1 Thorpe, mortally wounding him, and tho gang fled. Then Hy-riic fainted. Ho was taken in hospital where it was said his injuries are serious. ing. exercised with finley. "We were chained he said, "at the OBSERVATIONS ON LAST ELECTION Interesting Statistics Re- garding Members and Majorities (Special to tha Herald) Fernie, Sept. careful study mid compilation of the of meni- licrs of. thfe la-.U Houscjof Commons and tlio majorities received toy' tha members thereof over 'their oppon- ents, as published in tire Edmonton EXCITEMENT OVER THE CROPS Wild Times at Winnipeg Will Make' iQiices Rise was" the most exciting time on the Win- nipeg market -there has b-i'en for some time past. None of the rust frost scares equalled it, and the? busines-3 done was f'-ary large, espec- ially in the last fifteen minutes. Tho main issue was reciprocity, and this together with the weather a hot tiin-a. In spite of the more favor-- able .reports on French and German conditions, and continued favorable advices from the Argentine, with the primary receipts practically unchang- ed as compared with last year, yet no notice was taken of the condi- tions and the mark-et -soared In last two hours on the effect, of recn procfty and ba'd weather. Thte news that there was excitement live market leaked out and at tire close the visKors' gallery filled with people, mostly nreu. Buyers sakl they were afraid to so short over the election. Although at the close was cent over yes tor-1 day's, ye-t Ihe bears got -busy in the last seven minutes and forced the price, down 1--I cent. One broker that there was little doubt that both barley and oais, especially ilie former, would rise in prict with the passing of reciprocity. he" expected barley to rise at -'leaist .20 cents per bushel. Theite was a good, demand for cash wheat and export- ers bought largely while the market vas a good deal out of line. Chicago vas .strong also, closing 1-S higher, in OctotMr, while Minneapolis closed i-8 cents higher on all months. Oat'3 also were strong on the nervousness hat was .perceptible, Winnipeg clos- ug 1-S c-ent 'to 3-8 cents higher, while Chicago oats higher to ,he same, extent. Corn closed 1-4 lent higher at the Chicago market; ;ml flax fell a cent at Winnipeg and -S cent lower on Sept., and 5 Oeirta j higher on distant months. ALLEGED ABDUCTION OF AN 18-YEAR-OLD GIRL San Jose. 111., S'apt. Posses are searching for two or more men who abducted Miss Ruby Folkmnn, 18- years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Folkman, residing west of here, and held her prisoner for Hours. John M. Rafctre, the girl's suitor, was attacked and threatened with death -by Constable George Folk- man, uncle of thte. girl, before Rabbe proved his innocence. We wore sitting On a bench in .lournol of the 15th RESULTS is well IIP vartl I nnlirrtl tin; strpl I worth tho time it takes to do so. on Uii! ground. I cnnccnlcd it i Of the m members of that house, my mattress until today. When 132 were Liberals, S-t Conservatives jnda toll! 1110 Iliis innrning that Im was going lo kill incoming the af- tprnoon 1 delcrniincrl to take no chances and when he nishvd .it, me in Uic corridor 1 struck him down." Of Election to be Given the Public by the Herald The Herald will issue a special edi- tion this evening, containing the el- It has been arranged for nn unexcelled despatch service and will also receive returns from its special correspondents in the Medicine Hat. Mocleod and Koo- tenay constituencies. A. Hafton-Canning, of the Hritish and Colonial Photographic Co., will throw tho bulletins on the H'arald win dows with stcraopiicicon lantern. The H-erald has a special wire in- stalled in Mia editorial offices, and will get a direct Up until ilark the retnnw received will be posted up, as soon as the Ian turn slides used, {ho bulletins will fc'5 flashed on the windows. Further provision for the conven- ience of the public, not only In getting nit In recording the results, ah tic i iy publication by tho Hera If of j score cards, telling bow the CRUISER RAMMED A WHITE STAR LINER Southampton, Enff.. gepi.. steamer Olympic, of the White line, which teft Soutliampt.au sliortl> before noon today with a larite crowd of I'atiirning American tourists, tonight off Calsh'ot Castle, at the tnmce of Bouthampton, with a gap- ing hole .in her side, as a result of collision with tho British protected cruiser llawlie. No lives wei'a lost. and out) Nationalist. This gave Uberals n clear majority of -17, which was later reduced by the desertion of j SIffcon, of Manitoba, on th'a recipro- "cfty Issue. Also .Mr. German of On- tario refused to follow his party on that rjuestion. A stimminc-np of the majorities given the different candidates through- out tho Dominion at the las-t election leretl so that tlie C0llltl MURDER .AT WINDSOR: ROBBERY MOTIVE Windsor, Sept. close- ly on the slaying of Mrs, George :lceb, in Maidstoue township, by her luslmnd, who afterwards committed uicide by cutting his thront, murder, this time in Wind- jor. The victim was Thomas Mills, formerly of Kingston, whose body vas foumi this morning stretched out icar the sidewalk, near the Michi- gan Centra 1 bridge. His head was bat- liore last fn addition to the j diffprent ridings went last el-action J from a year's CAPTAIN BERNIER HAS_RETURNED Canadian Arctic Explorer Spent a Year in the North Ottawa, Sept. Bornier, the Canadian Arctic explorer, is back arrests of A. A. Rotvmreld, and the warrant for J. Laidlaw. Warranla were sworn out for "Dusty Hoi- of the .Moose Club; Vcitcb, .M. J. Jobnson and Charles The first Iwo warrants were sworn out liy (he or- sanltatlon and I lie ir.at four by th and allowing space for tbe recording of tiie vote today. card prov Mrs a list of In the MV'iHch spaces for recording -the vote at Hornifir iiad not in the far north. In the Arctic bc-sn Iitjiird from for showy that the Conservative candi- dates received over thwir opponents, where they succeeded in elections, .0 polling HtibdlvlEion.H j ovur six months, up (o this morning Hat constituency, and j when bis ship, tin- Arctic, ie- port.ed off Point Amour on' tho Lab- rador coast. Cnpt. Hwrnler'-i al- tonce and the uncertainty ;o the" ox- art wbercabouly of the Arctic hy] SIX MURDERED IN COLORADO SPRINGS Liberal executive. Honenfold. Hoidon ic j Colorado Col., Sept. against (he Consorvnfivcs, but wishes and tierric wore anvstod and reloae- Six to make alliances oBiy on its own cd on bnil, but and .ii'otumoii and Vclioh aot lo be (oun4, people were killed with an axe in iiaudd of nn unidentified per- son. The victims were in two ad- caused some anxiety in odlclal clrcU-u In Ottawa. The roturn by u-iy of Labrador sugg-asts that Bornlur (fallod in his intention of ranking i paseago, of divided as follows: Ontario MnnWoba and British Columbia Tlio I.ilwrai members represented majorities totalling as follows: Queb-ec Nova Scotia New Brunswick- Saskatchewan Albprta and Prince Ed- ward Island 210. The not majorities received by Lib- eral rnndidnt'js over their Consorva- live opponents was There wore three Conscrv.rUv-a elections by acclamation and one Libernl. largest majority given any randldnio 'as that cast for A. Vervtlle, a Labor i rid Ida 1-3 lir.y acted with soveniineiit. His majority was -l-ll'l. Tho smaller majority wa-; that rp- cslved by .1. 0. Thobnrn of North .anark. Out., who bad a majority of votes. The next, smallest was that of Win, Price of Quebec West, Con- servative, who had only ten votes to good. G. H. Hanmrd of Victoria, H. C., came next with the unlucky U, which (lie .Lib-orals charge was thy net rr.yult of the forged telegram flashed upon the electorate when too Into for denial. Tbs present election will bring out n milch larger" and more representa- tive vole thnn that of three years ago, and it. is not possible to judge of what changes there will in the result, except from general on scarcely be recognized, white the. poc- kets were cut out, showing that rob- bery was the motive. have made. No arresti TRAINS COLLIDED ONE FATALITY Kansas City, Mo., Sept. AtchiKon, Topeka and Santa Fe and- .Alissoiiri Pacific pu-ssenger train .crashed into other a-t the east- ern botindaiy oi the city 'early today. H is reported that, one person was killed and several injured., The trains were Santa No.. Mm Kansas fast mail from, Chicago ihia hero UUO, and the Missouri.Pa- cific fast mail from St. Loute, dire bore at 10.20. Both trains are caul to have 'been running Into. The cor- oner was summoned. He joined a wrecking crew from hwe and went to tbe scene of tha disaster. MAY WANT TECUMSEHS TO ABANDON CUP GAMES Vancouver, Sept. Is possible that the TecmnyehR will hi? to abandon the: proposal to play Minto Cup games --his full, but. distend to play exhibition pmnns Xew' West- iiiiit.smr fair. Premier .MiiHride tn communirjitc with Sir ward Clouston on the subject. ;