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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER IMt MR ELECTED AT TABER FACCf StltlOOi CRISIS To FJI1 Vacancy Town Council Other News Oct AfUir railroad business the greater portion of his twentyone yeam of whidi having been in connection with as agent at Sturgeon FalU James Hawkins haa decided to his connection with the com come to Alberta and invest in then bring his family and settle permanently in came hare r principally his and Davisi and rid ing ever the country and beholding possibilities Laid bare to in MiMrY Is PutUnc Uf Hard to Central iDdkwfcpoUs oct tJlie retirement today of Vice Pretid nt White and tttary Treasurer the Uuited Mine Workers o America faee a criais in Ryan U to bcconje leader of the Illinois with supervision of the John au avowed leading the Socialnt wiof of the 1 numbering ig a candidate to succeed President Lewir weakened by the withdrawal of White and By who have couautently supporting UWi Conservative policies of John Whites retirement is due to Various reasons are ed lot the withdrawal of It is likely that strong pressure wiH be brought to on both men to hold their positions until the organisa tion election next The fight between who is conservative compared with his pective will lie according to the baders in the OLIVER SPEAKS AT RAYMOND Dealt With Campaign Yarn Of the Con abundance tuperior icoilf eou ted with the deligtatfiU and became deeply with this part of Sunny Whitaker arrived iii Taber this morning with throe She will make bar home here until next when she will upon the homestead of her son north of the Bellj Ri w nullock waa elected by mation today at a meeting of the electors of the municipality of Taber to complete the unexpired term of tho late Councilman John selection Bullock ia a good He is qualified to meet the sponsibilitiea of the office and has energy equal to any demand may be made upon proprietor of the Main Joe restaurant r Thomas and Earl ed before Magistrate Aubin thur afternoon upon charged by Corporal Maaon of the that theydid n the day CUB FOR In view of the fact that so the young men of the city are away from their homes and are a number of them have formed a social The object aimed at is to pro vide a place the evenings may be spent and friends entertained to better advantage than at present can be Rooms have been secured and nicely fitted up in the Ott Reading Irt the way of news pafiws and magazines have been pro also writing material to en able the members to attend to their correspondence while the A meeting was held last night to com plete the organization and up on the name by which the club shall The word of Frank visit to Raymond this evening only reached here on Saturday the news spread quickly about the district and a crowd ttlat filled the Assembly gathered to hear the public questions of the day discussed by the able and Minister of the Oliver was in splendid form and made a most effective In with the irrigation question and two I The minister of the interior called to return Mr Simmons wanted representative who would look interests in Irrigation and other matters Magrath might be but it safe to say that he would hot oppose his friends if their interests were in danger at Oliver exploded the Winnipeg Telegrams presentation of the origin of the Saskatoon and Western Land holdings of the reasons for the approaching Hesaid it was anotherattempt to manufacture evidence in support of the hopeless charges that the Lib eral Government had sold land for people to speculate The article was intended W the belief that the land waa in the hands of pres ent holders through some act of the Libral that Lateral Governmentwas r spansible for its having been subject to This was entirely errone THRILLING MOHT NEW YORK New York the top of the great iron tower6i tfce Brooklyn end of the a most thrilling struggle took place today while hundreds of pafsons looked up from Au who eluded tho tower climbed an irou to vthe top of tho 530 feet the East River and was for u leap into the river when two ppjicomcn climbed up after fciim turned upon ihc bluecouts witfc and rush ed to attack them narrow foot Ins at that Aten min utes battle took which held all who witnessed it with ter Finally the man wus handcuff ed to a policeman taken still down tower at every to throw him self and his juuu lie was in a DETROIT WON THE THIRD GAME Chicago Team Only Scored In One Innings A WINMIR MACOCWALD heavy and opportune hitting Detroit was en abled to capture the third game of the worlds championship The final score was Detroit Chicago In only one innings was Chicago able to Detroit assumed a safe lead in the The winning of todays game by Detroit assumes tho playing of two gamea at least at Detroit becapie a real contender for the worlds baseball championship to when it Defeated Chicago in de cisive Manager Jennings achieved this result by a change in his line Downs was put on the and the efficient Schaefer who is at home in almost any was shifted from third to second base Coughlin occupying third This shakeup however cannot be said to have had any material effect in winning the for neither Schae NEW HOTEL AT SPOKANE It Will Cost over Two Million J Dollars Oct is to a botel of steel and concrete to cost with site and It will occupy an entire 155 by 200 in the centre of the and will be 185 eet high with a base ment extending under th Spokane capitalists and their ern associates are backing the pro which has been taken over by Louis Work on the foundation will begin early n xt 15 months after which the house with its 550 besides assembly music and billiard rooms and sun parlors will be ready The furnishings will cost The structure will be of old Spanish ornate and com with four Marbles and Philippine mahogony will bj used as finishing the floors be ing in The main lobby is to be 40 by 90 Every room is to have natural The hotel will connect with Davenports restaurant and the hall of the which arc declar d by traveled men and women to be without equal on the MAN BURNED TO DEATH AT STETTLER Disastrous Conflag ation in Alberja Town disas trous lire occurred herearly this The fire started in a bowling alley and burned over twenty ings and a lumber yard including the Grand Union National Postoliice and Merchants Leslie a clerk in Riggs Whites who was asleep in the building was burned to The loss will well cover ed by The Man Who W5M Defqat John got a while Coughlm bungled one of the chances H error out first havingobtained a being Section 16 of the pleaded guilty to charge and was one dollar amounting to which waa The officers 6IJ the Club airpi K 7 rooimare to be open day A BAD CROWING Scttltrs Across tht Rivtr a Rtal Grie vanes Allan has addressed the following letter to Herald t you permit me space in your paper to draw the attention of the public and more of our and also our esteemed Sim as well as in the The bership has been limited to about A piano will be provided to afford an outlet for the musical tastes of f RURAL DEIlfaY IN THE WEST MAIL to the dangerous crossing that in being forced upon the settlers living to the west and south the Macleod through the building of the new LethbridgeMacleod on the west side of the ri The Macleod trail has been used by the settlers for twentyfive which would them a pre mier right of and railroad company should have provided a rail road span across ana above the pub lic road at this point which 1 am be easily and at littSe expense where a culvert is be ing built for drainage In view of this I cannot understand why any engineer should be allowed to deprive us of our right of way and give us instead a dangerous cross ingat apoint where it is impossible losectrams coming from either di Culminated in Celebration of Ceremony Spokane Liz zie of and a rancher at Blue Stevens were married by Edward Mills in Spo kane after a eourisnip by mail and legs than two hours after the bride stepped from a westbound transcon tinental Thecouple had never met Miss Catt arrived in Spo She was accompanied by Miss correspondence started brother of the showed Moore a number of photo graphs to clinch the girls in Indiana are as beautiful aa those in One of these was a likeness of Miss Moore was enraptured and begged for a let ter of This was grant ed and after the correspond mcti was established Moore sent daily finally asking the girlin Indiana to marry Miss Catt replied asking that the wedding take place immediately on her This was carried They will live Blue 1her a matter of was of acres granted by dhe last railway The was at the head of the or ganization secured this cular 1890 was none other than member for West The land was a of the grant oarned by the QuAppelle and Long Lake railway company i A part of the agreement entered into by the Conservative Government was thatthe Government should give th railway company in addition o the land a Joan of year for 20 years and that it should ake as security for lird of the land companys total land The 20 year period does not xpire until 1910 and until that time had no right for lose its mortgage or demand nent of the cash A feature of the agreement was hat the land should be held in the lame of the Government instead of he name of the the any thereby securing exemption The Liberal Government in order yesterdays issue of the Free particulars were givin of the inauguration oi the rural delivery in The patrons of thf post office department throughouUtlie westpwillalso enjoy this service4c the and all arrangements have been completed for estab lishment of a service the West commencing at i Office Inspector from theWest on Saturday and it that he and his assistants will be in different parts the vince this week to services of a number oi the stage routes which come under his he Countingthe worlds scries of last todays victory was the first Detroit has scored in eight con tests for the highest prize in the base ball elected by Man ager Jennirigs to pitch for Detroit was steady holding to seven scattere v only one Pfiesters left handed shoo the most failed to puzzle the Mich igan Bejsides issuing throe he was hit the cluster being andsix in one IJETTO AMBASSADOR men of British birth ancestry and Canadians and Britishers joined Jast night in honoring th ambassador to the Uniled the James at a dinner at hotel The dinner was given by ihc Canadian Clubof withthe cooperation of th Vic toria the British charitable eiety amf Scottish and Amer ican formed an nal setting behind the British ambassa lie rose amid the applause of tlie gathering to tlie greeting of tlie British Ambassador Bryce declar d there never a time when both Canada andtru Uuited States were as closely linked and tquallydesirous of TYPHOIDAMONGST POLICE epidem ic of typhoid has broken out at the police barracks here and thirteen eases are now bing treated at the military Nurses are not available for all th patients the Qomyajfitively littlo typhoid ias been reported this season owing io the strict enforcement of law re garding installation of waterworks and the to De the at the presout time to earn the gratitude of his con stituents through frustrating tho at tempt of the company to foist upon us this most dangerous and also after our rond commissioner for not looking better after our in tcrests in this In view of the present dangerous level crossing wo have to contend with at Lcthbridge round house in coming to do our marketing in your we conskfer it is in the inter est of business men of Lcthbridgc to help us at the present as they may reasonably we will look for market where we have not the WESTMINSTER GUILD A well attended meeting was hel at Knox Church last evening for th purpose of roorganiiing the West ruinator If the op ning meet ing is an the work of the guil will be resumed with Nominations for the different off were received laat and lions will take place mxt MnncLi The Guild will meet reg ularly on Monday The is a Kst of th names of the nominees For Pr Secretary Tr Norman President of Devotional Committee President of Missionary Committee TURKISH CRUISER IS ON THE HOVE Czar made his eiltry in to the capitol this aft rnoori and was given a demonstrative reception by all classes of Prince Ferdinand entered the city on horse accompanied by a brilliant staff amid salutes from the difficulties to contcnrt with that have at we Miss Miss hat the land might b brought un der taxation and b come available or settlement granted the railway company permission to sell the land provided that they turned over to the Government a auffici nt sum to wipe put the total per acre indebted ness to the The sum agreed on was per If no action had been tnk n the company would in 1910 have to settle for the advances made and the Government would either become owners of the land or the company would repay the money ad The company would hold command for further enhancement in value until 1910 and tho land would remain until in accordance with the agreement absolutely free from In view of good crops this year and the rush for the provisions of the land bill have the company has concluded that the pres ent was a favorable time to and are therefore ring their holdings at public Mayor presidentof the Liberal presided and made a rousing opening also Others on the platform Ost Innrl nnH Vowpa Bishop Anderson and McDui European cruiser Mokjidioh and three torpedo boats arrived here today and preceded on their voyage to the Island of situated about 40 miles southw st of Smyrna in Asia It is the nearest Gre cian island to the Turkish coast and pays an annual tribute to Turk y which gray clad two runs be hind Chicago when the inn open camo across the plate in a pn The crowd with the excep tion of minority from enjoyed the proceeding pleaded with vociferous unanimity for the relief of Manager Chance who Jailed to show any traces of the embarrassment or displeasure at the way which the Detroit team came up rom behind and went ahead smiled hoerfully and ignored the Tyrus idol of the Detroit en whose playing wns a great lisappointment a year came in to his He battedVlike a natural hitter as he and bases like n His batting average for the lay wits Out of five times up he hit safely four His single o right in the first drove in OLenry the first nm of the In the fourth he reached first base on fielders choice but in the sixth he out his slow scoring In tho eighth his sprint ing ability enabled to make a of a hit which would have ordinarily leen good for one base Tn the next innings he singltKl and stole second and also pilfered third by jv narrow He had no opportunity in the field to the great regret of his admirers in the Others whose work contri ing peace for themselves and tlu BASEBALL BLAMED New from h art disease increased last the health department physicians ta acute baseball situation last weeks deaths 154 as compar ed with 129 for the week jng in VETERANS all Canada met here today al the Canadian South African ser vice Th the taking the new grant and sent the to Sir Wit fdd Laurier at ambassador declarec were among the questions be would like to talk and perhaps of most interest Ink he would trouble in southeast Europe h thought would find v A PECULIAR CASE to STEAMERS NARROW ESCAPE was accused of stealing money orders from the Can adian was acquitted by Judge Winchesterthis This evidence pointed to the case be one of mistaken The Port Simpson Was in a Victoria stern wheel Port nar rowly escaped destruction similar to thr Mount Royal last in Kit bound from to Port Essington on 6 according to ad vicesroc ived hore to Tho Port hnd passed into the canyon and had gone scarcely her length when swung across the struck the bluff and put th engines out of commis Some of tho ongine room bed brokon and iron rods Tho urn wheeler WAS then caught in the swift current and drifted through the occasion ally striking th Her bow crashed against tho bluff and buted materially to the victory Crawford and each of whom made two hits al though Itossman ant OLcary were not charged with To the greatest credit wns awarded the Evenin tho fourth when nil throe Chicagos wen he nover fal His nerve romainwl his arm strong and his control excel The only base on halls which ho allowed was turned into a run by Despite the fact that tio sun shone brilliantly only 543 paid admissions were netting total of cham pion basohall teams of tho major leagues returned hero from Chicago today and found the local fans hugg ing to thoir a possibility of a Detroit this which would make tho worlds rhampion Spokane Woman Now Unable Spaak English Language her agd i M g fervid utterance to pra Mrs 28 years of age tug at 924 Kienian ayenu Spokane was stricken a week ago and has since ben unable to speak the Eng lish Instead or words she uses amixtureof sounds in the inflection and r semble the language of the Orient who was a resident oi Stcramonto and until coming to Spokane several years declares in shehas gift of the adding that she was of hip consumption and fainting spalls while at prayer in Cal ifornia three Local phy sicions ascrib the womans sudder loss cf speech to paralysis of brain centres controlling the vocal but they admit that the case ed medical science with an ly interesting in of th fact that Franklin is in good though doctors declared h 1805 that siu beyond medical WILFRID AT FARNHAM nve thousand French and English speaking farmers of the Eastern Townships gathered here this after noon to Sir Wilfrid Laurier and two Krddeur and Despite a de cided autumnal nip in the atmosphere the meeting was held in the TO OPPOSE ANDREW BRODER Liberals today nominated of ClifstCrville for he WRECK AT BUFFALO trains wrecked in the New York Con yards near the Black Rock sta tion A yard with a striup of cars a trJiin coining into the city and th Michigan Central passenger train No were in the which resulte in the fatal injury of only one man John of th switch wns bitw Uu nnd pru ihty fat illy in NEWS FROM BOWVILLE hreshing utfits Quit Closes Arrael Wil mms has pulled in his threshing ma He has had a good aving theshed thirtyeight days in he vicinity Bowvjlle Pie finished r m Simpsons The Finlandci4 machine finished hreshing on the same day for They had a twentysix Inys They both finished Fri Will Fry has returned after a sum mers lie expects to fence in his homestead this Hitchcock and 51 Wyman were out last week getting the Biuncs of ers VICTORY FOR DREYFUS Dreyfus has forced the under threat of pros to print his answers to the charges which the Patrie and other French papers have made him in a campaign which they have bocn carrying on in nection with the decision of the court cf Jfrcsident of Literary Miss Mise Wt President of Social Miss Mary Miss Before the elections take place next Monday evening a short graphical of all thoec for office will be After the meeting a compliment ary dance was KILLED AT WIARTON Day jwas killed here this afternoon while working on a pile He step ped between the ladders and the fnll weight of the came down kiting him He was only two months tho sidi of the hull hoi broad until it seemed that she would jam in tho canyon nml roll over like the Mount flier was exirteruent on board and some of the orew onto the rocks when the bow was fearing the vessel would be While they were clambering to safe ty on th bluff the vessel was again swung straigt and drifted through the canyon to safety below the while Chicago players nnrt fouriil plenty of comfort in the nwm ory of teams triumph over De troit last year nnrt its advantage of two victories to so far this scr local enthusiasts gleefully contemplated yesterdays score and declared that Crawford and Kossman had only just found their worlds scries with last Saturdays feverish expec tancy when the scries 1 ditionc are fairly normal the voters There was Sunday School and church in the school house Sun The crowds are beginning to increase some since the fall work is not encroaching too much on their and Lue Lane left last Tuesday en route for Lane has been running Williams threshing engine this fall and his wife has Work has been commenced on the rond between Bowville and We hope to have a good road alKiCnce of about two The last day of school at the Blrtck Spring Kirtge School house was last In the evening quite a large crowd gathered to hear children They had a Thu teacher must be congratulated on her success with tho children as some of them acted their j parts as well as some actors on the After the entertainment there GAMBLING CASES OnU tluhm book continued her after iv Alex 90Victoru street was fined and costs or 30 flays for keeping a gambling Oh jection to nil the evidence wns taken on the ground that the warrant was sworn out for a hons while thi1 acfio i wns taken ns a paiVu The against Henry Kisip Dismissed on the of insufficient Thomas Yongo xvas a at which a numlxr of guilty and was finxl were
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