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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta BIEO.F.A. Judge Deals With Two Prominent Newspaper Men RESPECT COURT Lelh bridge. Holds Too Busy with Ordinary Business to Handle Crowd DECISION OF THE B. OF T. Impossible to Handle Twelve Hundred Visitors Under Present Conditions Judge Refuses To Listen To Pleas of Lawyers Winnipeg, Sept. Mr. Justice Gait lo he in contempt of court for articles published Friday in the Winnipeg Telegram and tlie Winnipeg Saturday Post criticizing the Agricultural College Royal. Com- mission oVer which lie is presiding, Edward Beck, managing editor of tlie Telegram, and Knox Magco, editor of the Post, were committed to the com- mon jail for one month and fined each tills morning. B. R. news editor of the .Telegram, to jail for two weeks and fined and Stan- ley Beck, reuorter. on the Telegram, was, committed to! jail for one month. All were given into the" custody of Deputy.. Sheriff Finigcr and tlie com- mission adjourned.for one hour, while the necessity' warrants were prepar Cd. When the commission sat this morning Phillips, -government counsel, read reports which appeared in: the Telegram and the Post, on Fri- day fojlowijlg the statement made hi Hon.-.'Robert Rogers on Thursday that the judges who were paid foi con idlufltlng such commissions accepted At 1 30 this afternoon Edward Beck B R KfittWH, Stanley Beck and Knox buildings foi the prov jail in the ciistodj of Deputy Sher'tt Pmigei and stable K A C Manning A T Andievvs K Lethbrhlgo will not bo .'at home" to the F. A. convention next January. The "Farmers' Parliament" will meet iii Mackensen's Armv Is 'In De- plorab'.e Supplies Cut Off ABANDONS FORTRESS mis which will come very Of The German Army much as a surprise to Hie people of iiiui-ii -...-pi'lso to Hie peopl- Lethbridge, was arrived iit-last night at the general meet ing of the Board of Trade, the subject being Introduced by President Mnrnoch. Lethbridge is not going to entertain he big convention of 1200 delegates jccause Lethbridge confesses it has lot the hotel accommodation to pro- >eriy look after the visitors. At the ires'ent time. Lfit.b bridge hotels are .-rowded every night. Big :onsenucnt big business has .created something of a boom here, not a cor- icr-lot boom, .hut a boom in business j of every.kind. Travellers, landseekers .ind otheis are Hocking lo tlio city, and present hotel accommodations are la.ve.1 to capacity to take care of the every-day traffic. p Lontmues iaiEUI.GOODEtLEOASfllEIKA THE................. In" this case, it is not surprising that those who invited the U. F. A. jonvi'iitiou here should display Rome, Sept. 23. A telegram from Switzerland states that for the last three days the army of General Mackensen, in Dobrudja, hat been in a tragic position, as rain ruined the roads and cut off his communications. His army is without food and munitions. Cor.- vcys of food coming down the Danube from Rustchuk were sunk by Rumanian artillery. InTull Retreat. Rome, Sept. 'retreat of :the German army under Field Marshall Von Mackensen, In the Rumanian pro- Lethbridge Investors Fancied This Patriotic Investment Record Lethbridge took up worth of the Dominion war loan, according to final figures gathered by the Her- ald today. The figures are very en- couraging according lo the views ex- pressed by bank managers mid bro- kers. Of the total the city was the larg- est subscriber, the sinking fund tak- ing This was decided at a special meeting of Hie sinking fund committee held at noon. The sub- scription from the sinking fund was put through the British Canadian Trust Co. and the H. Macbeth Agency, and by them through the Bank of Montreal, swelling the lotal from that institution. TheJistB close today and following areThe amounts put through the various hanks here: Bank of Union Bank Bank ot Commerce flank of Nova Scotia Merchants Bank v------ Royal Bank Standard Bank Jlolsons Bank Prominent Lethbridue Citizen Makes the Great Sacrifice for His Country In the casualty list of yesterday af- ttrnoon under the infantry killed, ap- peared the name "LI. .1. 0. Good, St. Thomas. Out." As the next of kin mi i' j' i on vince of Dobrudja, continues, accord- 'onvenuoil nero siiuuiu mnyuiv w anxiety as to how a crowd of 1200 i fa delegates could lie made comfortable tr ig to a telegram received by the i wireless press today from Switzer- for live days. This was the question raised by President Marnoch at last night's meeting of the Board of Trade, and when ho had presented the case the meeting very reluctantly admitted it could not be done. VIce-President Dunham the TJTF. A. was present and stated that- he had been asked very pointedly at the' last executive tlie United Far- mers whether Letnbndge A is nrepa ing to handle the lug i-rovvd The secretaij has also, addicbsed i Icttei to tlie hoaid along the snme line Mr Dunham Let'mridgc nd. The Danube fortress of Files- ria recently captured by the Ger- man's and Bulgarians, is said to have been abandoned to Rumanian forces. the Russian and 25.000 MRS. GAULT NOW APPLIES Ottawa, Sept. notice will appear in the Canada Gazelle to- morrow that Marguerite Claire Gault. of Montreal; will apply to parliament at its next session for a divorce from her husband, Major Andrew Hamilton Gault, of the Princess Patricias. Last session Major Hamilton Gault, of the Princess Patricias, applied for a divorce from his wife, and failed to secure it. Business on the Lethbridgc- Weyburn Branch Warrants Improvement WANT DAYLIGHT SERVICE Importance of Change in Time Table on the Crow Line Emphasized THE LATE LT. H. J. GOODE. Daylight service on liie Crow. Tri-wcekly service on Ihe Foremost line. Lelllbridge wants two improvement! in the present C.P.R. passenger ser-l vlre when tlie winter time schedule goi-s into effect within tlio next few- weeks; there they are. Al the Board of Trade meeting last night, at which there was a good represenlaliqiu there were strong protests against the pres- ent service, but these two particular services were singled out from other protests entered, and it was decided to make strong representation to the company to have the service remedied. It was pointed oul that the present service on the Crow line west of Lethbridge is the poorest Lethbridge i has had for ten years, and in view of the amount of traffic on the line, the board thought it tiuite right to ask resumption of tlie through day trains between Medicine Hat and Cranbrook, and Cranbrook and Mecli- Hat. These Irains generally Found .Many Germans Dead And Captured Some Prisoners BRITISH MAKE GAINS Capture More German Trench- es On a Half Mile Front HAG Manning A i .amnevv-i iv C. and r M Uurbridtc have been tn gaged as .their counsel and it is un- derstood that, will be made promptly' for. their release on habeas corpusv proceedings pending an appeal'" of'the matter to the cotirt of appeals, y. When. tlie'.commission resumed at 1.15 o'clock.' Commissioner Gait hand- ed to {the deputy sheriff warrants conl- jnittiiig''-'the I'dii'r 'newspapermen to jail. ,'v. A J -Andrews: addressed the court, speaking of Edward Beck. "I am instructe'd: to' stated Mr. Andrews, "that lir. Beck is prepared to be. sworn' and to testify ,if your lordship will give him the opportunity. His reason for asking to see the com- mission authoring this inquiry was that he might Jinow Its scope." "No'' replied the commissioner, "I've got through with Mr Beck. He is sentenced and'to jail he must go." Mr Andrews added that Mr. Beck had understood he was to be question- ed about an. article In the Telegram, and that he had no intention of dls- obejmg bis subpoena so far as the general work of the enquir; went. "It is, time to let people know." said the commissioner, "that the adminis tration of justice in this province must not be Interfered with either oy newspapers or individuals, and that it they do so they will have to be checked up.' ..cm. bv Lieut been on or neail> i, going toiow a deficit How e up to August 10th vvhe i he was dullng the pa-t two quarters ever hv if' cent extra lonlmenrlng with the "oming qua Cer the depirtmont come out about IPVCII on the }e-ii The ether !Ue per cent of the pioiosr-rt Inneifio will to Voter the cost of opentir-g the fll t ation plant Mu or rfaidie bus, (ddiy stum nig Hip MirlouS plans -inll ipeuPrn linns submitted with the throo con tracts fur the fijtntion phut ind It that the contract wjH.be let killed .Flight Rogers' home illed town is Barde1, Ont, whet e his father m the liimljcr business. company retains control of its yard at Jlaclcod, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat ind ntei mediate points aSong tbei (.row Mi I und states that it is his intention to mv moie attention in futuie to the wholosile phase of the business .with which he has always been closely connected. The'amount of money involved in the deal foi the ton jirds is under- stood to he in the neighborhood of is all real estate. buildings and other property in connection with the ton jirds is transferred The lumber business in Southern Alberta Ins not been so active for foiir In act the business in line jirds Ins never been so good. Farm- ers aie impioving their faims, build- ing new houses and ham' The C.P.1I. states tint to wheat and coal, lumber is the next heaviest traffic at the piesent t'mc. as iu instance of how business is Ir the finning communities of the uouth Mr Lund recently "old his big tann it Baions at Ml per acre. De- pressed conditions cat sed by the war are not lefloctcd In Southern Alberta Filtration Plant Favored, by the Mass of the Rate- payers If there ever was any opposition to the proposal to expend on a filtration plant to supply pure watei to the citizens of Lethbridge, that op position vanished into thin air yester day for the bylaw carried by jon'ty of 236, or 231 over the two thirds majority'required in money by i i The figures of the vote were: For Agair.s North Lethbridge 74 5. South Lethbridge 169 Total 243 8 The next thing to do is to let tin ontract. Mayor Hafdie and Coimma toner Grace are loaded' up with infor- nation regarding the various types of filtration plants, ami it Is likely a de- cision will be reached Monday. However on account of the many lelays-in arriving at .this stage in the proceedings there is little likelihood proceedings mere, is little likeihoou that the plant can he constructed j nnrtlouUriy time for next springs flood perioa, ,tormed nlan being an omniver. iiid residents will have another siege of "frying the as a. hoard of rade "member put it last night. Much of the work on the plant is concrete construction and this cannot be-done iii the; cold ..weather. on Monday; If tlio vilnter is one, so that concietc work can satelv be plant he ready for next spring .That is the onljMiapo WToronto IS NOW A PAYMASTER the Lt. .1. G. Good mentioned in the casualties was Licit. II. .1. Goode. as former St. Thomas people here did not know of any other Lt. Good. Late this afternoon tlie Herald received :iis wire: St. Thomas, Ont., Sept. 23. Herald, Lethbridge, Alta., Lieut. Goode killen in action, Somme fighting, Sept. 16. L. H. Dingman. So it is now quite clear Lieut. H. J. Goode Is the officer killed. was one of the best known and most .prominent citizens of. Lethufldge, He rcame here- in -190S and from that'oil vvas'active in-all movements .for the betterment and development'-of .the city. He served i term as alderman.. Jle was active as a.meuiber qf...the Dry Farming Con- He also took a leading part n Board of Trade affairs, and was a member of the Board of Directors of the Lethbridge Exhibition. He was a true Britisher, fervently loyal to his country1-and when war broke out he vvas eager to go -.to" tile front. The op- portunity cam'e'wlien he was offered a commission Pioneer CorpsV where his training in railroad and other construction .work made him of great value in the service. He went overseas nearly a year ago and has been at the front since early in the year. Mr. Goode was horn in Etngland and came to Canada as a 'young man, with his parents, who now reside in Win- nipeg He lived for i time in Toron- to and then went to St Thomas, vvheie he was for i number of ears associated with the Michigan Ceiural Railway in its legal department. Later be joined the service of the C NT R. when it began the construction of the main line in Western Canada. After that ho engaged in farm land opera- tions at Winnipeg, and in 1908 he came with Hugh" Bpjd to Lethbridge. For a time he operated a cement factory and later engaged iu contract- ing with Hotson Leader and Goode. The sewage disposal plant vvas con- structed under his direction. Mr. Goode was married in 19C6 to 'Hiss Sophie McCaustaiid, eldest daughter of John iMcCansIand, of St. Thomas, Out., treasurer of the County ot Elgin Mrs. Ooode and a daughter survive Since Mr Goode went to the-front they, have been with Mrs. Goode's parents in. St. Thomas. Mr. Goode's parents and a brother In Eng- land also survive Goode, as he was known to his intimate friends vvas a bteillng fellow of Lt. H. J. .GoodeVof this city, resid- ed at SI Thomas, it was feared that cjue Hat. i uesti -uaiun the fallen officer might lie the Leth-: here about three o'clock m the bridge man. The Herald immediately j afternoon, affording the travelling wired the St. Thomas Times asking if puulic some service and comfort m -caching this city. A resumption of ills service will result in better con- lections with the morning train from Calgary at Mncleod, enabling people from Ihe Macleod branch to visit Lethbridge without the venience. The business on the Foremost line s growing steadily and the traffic from that line to Lethbridge .would-be iieavy if the service were Tue people along the Imp have isked foi something belter and the Boaid of Trade will back lham up on then pe tition. a week would give senice and this is what-is-wantetL. The resolution isllu to give the incieaSed service was moved by John Home and by Comuiissionei Fieeman London, Sept. 23. German trenches on a front of about a half miie east of Courcelette in the Somme region, were captured by the British last night, the war of- fice announced today. Close to Combies Paris, Sept. patrols approached the edne of Combies, _ on the .Somme front last night. The official statement issued here tms afternoon says they found a great many dead Germans on the field and took a few prisoners. South of the Somme there is ac- tive artillery fighting. French avi- ators engaged in 56 aerial fights yesterday, and four German aero- planes were shot down. British Official Report London. Sept. ot the Micro our troops made a further ad- vance last night east of Courcelette. -V strongly fortified system of enemy trenches vvas captured here and out- line advanced on a front about half a mile Some priscuers were taken. 'West of Monquet farm, the enemy counter-attacked at night all Friday with great violence, but was driven hack by our fire with heavy losses to the enemy. vvas considerable artillery activity during tne night on many paits of the battle front East of Bethune an oneinj ammunition dump vvas exploded bv our aitiller} fiie Aviators V Paris Sept the river Somme JEridai night passed quietly. Trench patiols making theil way to the BOilJiein houndarj of the village of Combies lo.nnd numerous Geiman on the field and captured 15 Ger- nnn pusoneis including one olficer South of the Somme there liib been lairlv spirited -ntilleiy fighting Elsewhere there has been intermit- tent cannonading. (CONTlNUEtTON PAGE Paris, Sept. ng nearly one hundred miles beyond the German bor der, Flight Warrant Officer Baron last night bombarded the important works at Ludwigshafen in the Palatinate on the Rhine, and at Mannheim, across the river from Ludwigshafen The bombardment caused a large fire and several explosions at Mannheim Athens, Sept. Greek gov ernment is said on the best authority to have telegraphed definite proposals to entente capitals, which, if accepted, will mean Greece's entrance into the war If uncertainty of the relations betweon. Greece and the entente con late tnenas vvas a biuiHUB tinues, it is regarded as not impiobable He had strong views and tnat Greece may declare war on Bui DISAGREED IN CAWTHORPE CASE Heginn, Sept. being out nearly six hours, the jury this evening trying flie'-chargo against C. H. Caw- thorpe, M.liX of Biggar, of receiving ?BOO from the liquor men In 1913 as a brihe, informed the court that they reader General ssmpatln will be extended to Mrs Goode and daugh- ter in their great bereavement. GET MILITARY CROSS London Sept 23 The King at has decorated with the mill- tan cross, Captain Arthur Saunders] md Lieutenant Michael Labbe of the Canadian infantry. own account i brihe, informed the court that they BRANDONS LOSS could not come to an agreement anclj.., iON STREET RAILWAV were therefore discharged. The case will he'Te-Ijtard next week. Spot Wheat Track Wheat October. Wheat October. .Oats Oct. Flax 165 S3H 198% .1 iomlon Sept taotiln Gibsr.u Albeitl has been apl-olnledHiqU. pii) mister, Vice Captain Davidson, tow WEATHER Foreeait: eool. Brandon.: Sept. the Brandon municipal 'street i ail way Is putting to the an expensive to ttle ratepasers is made known vvneu it is learn ed 'that the lost for UiU jear on oneratlng expenses inter cat'and sliiking fund will am otmt it is estimated bs civic alithoiities to neany JnOOOO Sergt. Robert Laing of Lethbridge who enlisted from here with the list battalion alont, wit1 moie than 100 other Letbbridge bovs has been wounded .in action Rphtives in the city received -word to that effect this morning. Sergt Laing- vvas admitted to the first General Southern Hospital on September- mil -with a gunshot wound in.'the-kuei' Befdre enlisting he was'i'emplojeil bj the citv in its parks department He has lived here seven coming fiom Scotland Gunner Frank Gteednum, of) 39th battery, is buffeting fiom .1 gun .nthoiilies to neany InOOOO shot wound in the leg ami Is in Queen mLravoragenoS lossot Mary's Hospital tt Halle} England He ui iiu was f0nueriy. omplojed In the CHy Methodists in TeHibndge Dis- trict Fix Is Prospering The keynote of the financial dis- tnct meeting foi the Lethhridge dis- trict of 'he Methodvt churdi, held yesterday in Wcslo} Uall was decided progress Two fields Burdett aud Iron Suimgs, haie this married men foi the first time and bale pro- vided parsonages m addition to addi- tional immste. ml suppoi t Barons has sone off the mission field and tntnely self suppoi tin? Substantial i eductions have been made on all me othei fields m the aid they will le mure fiom the mission fund while they ill aim to increase their contributions to missions fiom li pei cent to oO per cent, laismg the misbionarj objective J.OO this -vear and reducing the aid desired bj ?WO islogsin tor Southern Alberta llethudl m is everj leld self supporting tlie tne years Dr lliddell, principal ol Al bcrta College who has just returned from Tiork where he has been Irking a post gradiute course in So ciologv m Columbia Uuiieralty present and spoke most mspiringly on oducational and missionan lines Kev n Bainer supenntendent ot mis. slons coitrlhuated much to the cess of the gathering Rev G H Cobbledick chairman of the district, presided with Bev I B Francis as secietary and all the ministers were piesent except one, as well as several 3 laymen ALL'S .WELL about offices, and Lieut. Kilmer. lirot'ierUu'lau of His wife resides heie 4. cablegram was received vesteiday b> lelatiie'i of Lt Col Stew ait which said that all 1m men me well It is probable that the boss have been active In a recent battle and the colonel wired in order to illay the fears of local fi lends I ;