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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 20, 1890, Winnipeg, Manitoba VOL. SEPT. 20, 1890. NO. 66. BEST ADVERTISING advertisement of any sor much in the DAILY FREF PRESS and the EVENING FREE PRESS AND as other Winnipeg daily ing Advertisements at or ou this page ot Dally I Free Press aud Sun for per or Pcr HENDERSON CO. Real Estate and Insurance Room 4, 490 etc. Western Can. nd V A. M. Q. A. V. H. M. Barte 00 ID door COMPLETE A ok of 11 on 60 1 IMP for iuO in Brick and i VENEER PRIVATE A dace for sale at lot 99x99 Property c 407 Main STANDARD 1 Supplies Carbon Etc. W. S j. W. Main nt BELTS at the heart ol all such remedies the world lot the care ol nervous all other nervous ere largely but never and catalogue A. a Street PACIFIC HOTEL MARKET This hotel been recently and is new and all modern CLARENDON THIS HAVING j. been and refitted makes it second to none fn the Special to commercial Kutley mHE LANGHAM SITUATED X ou 12th Newly and refitted Every room heated by steam hot and coid room for commercial free meets all The Langham is now She niort hotel of J. W. GORDON Real 341} Main St. WILL BUY THE VERY BEST lot lor sale on Hudson's Bay reserve Apply to Gordon 341J Main St. i K ACRE BLOCK ON YOUNG NEAR Portage this property can be sub- divided ao as to realize a Apply to Gordon Suck Main St. WE CAN SELL YOU TWO OF THE BEST lots on River Avenue thia ty is lor sale at a bargain it taken at tc Gordon 34L) Main St STE WART BO Bral 130 Princess near Market QA FEET ON PRINCESS ST. AND 61 FEET OS Hay opposite Gerrie Block on Market This is cl best offered or sale in the vicinity of 60 leet corner W building in first class rendition for site cheap and on easy 07 LOTS EAST AND WEST OF MAIN STREET 01 containing about 17j acres immediately C. P. K. We will receive offers for the whole Ml aoc tor this to wind up an IMPROVED RESIDENCE STORE Property for rental Cheap at Will purchaser over 20 par cent. cash Call nnd Ret particulars of the Co. Real Estate 450 Main OF LAND WITHIN 1} MILKS OF toe frontage on a good A first Apply to A. D ham WO Main St. SOAA WILL BUY THREE LARGE LOTS ON corner and 100 feet frontage This is a snap tor Apply to S. A. i Main St. a BEAT ON THE HUDSON'S BAY U story frame housa and large and in Easy Apuly to S. A. Rowbotham SL street J TO LET ON Noire M. Gomitz and and Apply to S. A. 450 Main CO. Mortgage Loans Fire Main 60S. R SALE PORTAGE TWO lots near Clarendon a 19 lot tam St. South of Northern Pacific for er ft. On Main St. near Alexander St. A CKES AT ST. JAMES AND ST. JOHNS SUIT aole for Main comer lot shor north C. P. R. a ft. Desirable from Main centre o building site in H. B. reserve southerly Choice resi lots including river in H. B. res fort Co. CASH WILL BUY SOME SPLENDID lots on facing 33 feet by 12i to u Torrens lenns F. Proudfoot Co. O ROOM HOUSE ON WILLIAM JL 7 room house Alfred 415 Catherine 310 West store and rooms above on larket adjoining A. Strang's wholesale Crotty ic Real Estate 194 Market St. HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS IN ALL PARTS houses and room Grundy Main street MONEY TO TO LEND TO others to buy build current rates of interest and on no No fine 381 Main FARMS FOK SALE IN SOME OF THE BESI locations in very and terras t suit Houses lor sole and to let in a1 the Call list and get quota WE HAVE ON LISTS SOME OF THE best Main street in som flue g lots north of the C. P. R cost and wes of Main Great ACRE PROPERTIES IN ST. AND ST building lots on Broad Jemima ajd Rosa and iti parts of the J. Real 962 Main street ft Cham ion's PRIVATE HAVE HAD A LAKO sum of money placed in my bands for inves and am prepared to advance money on rea mortgages ac a very low rate of Write for J. 362 Main St. FOR SALE IN THE yen's Bay n serve four houses in urst re- pay on the 1'or J. Main St. HOUSES FOR ST Houses to let on Harriet and Boundary Score to let on Portage J. 362 Main St. E. RICHARD CO. Real Estate 363 Main St. A RARE WILL EOT A mill in good with pood i res of close to the city within a few 100 of a railway For particulars apply ti lichard A PROPERTY OP 37 WITH 2 RIVER frontages and fairly 3 miles from 6950. A SQUARE PROPERTY OF 80 AT CITY west per P. PRO CO. Real Estate Main PECULATORS AND HAVE on sale some of the best Main street frontages IPO other central sure to increase in alue plenty ri time for purchase F. Co. FARMS OF plenty of and equal to on should see this district prices three to six cHars ptr F. Proudfoot Co. CROTTY Estate No. 1 Market Street East. LOTS NEAR ST. JOHN'S Will be sold to close up an old ate acre lot with good frame near St. College for ROOM HOUSE AND LOT ON MAIN STREET north for sule cheap or exchange for farm mall dairy plot on Dufferin avenue for or ex- hango on fann Several first-class market ardens in Kcal Loan and 42i Main OR 100 FEET ON Main corner One of the best cations in the Particulars from Glines Co. A A ACRES IN ST. AN L U V acre 145 acres at an acre 10 acres in 35 acres a shorb distance west of ity an acre 2 acres close to Portage only 3500 one-half Glines Co. LOTS ROSS TWO LOTS J. on Me William almost opposite Dufferin several desirable lots on Main orth of the Glines Real Estate 421 Main 1HHIPEB WESTERN HEAL MINING EXCHANGE Mills 549 Main St. Telephone 398. TO BUILDING ON MAIN STREET located and suitable for mercantile with good basement and upper tent Call on Mills 540 Main St. WILL EXCHANGE FOR A GOOD TEAM OF working a house mid lot north of C. n. and close to Main renting at per Value Clear Mills 49 Main St. A COMFORTABLE HOUSE ON Harriet Also six houses on street at These are properties vorth Mill i Main St. M. FORTUNE CO. Real Insurance and Commission 463 Main street BARGAINS ON MAIN 35 acres of choice property on this opposite he li miles from the asy For particulars apply M. Fortune 463 Main St. KENNEDY CHOICE LOTS ON this 100x120. Easy This is a to M. Fortune 458 Main St. DWELLING HOUSES FOR ON Garry Balmoral streets Stores on Main street and Apply to M. Fortune i 463, Main FOR By A. Real Loan and Financial Room 5, ada Corner Main and Port O 1 O JARVIS CHEAP corner Jemima and it. and other farms iu every municipality in the TOWN LOTS ON PORTAGE Hudson Bay and 200 in of C. P. on easy Good house Rupert cheap also first-class louse on Hudson Bay reserve at a. MUNICIPAL MUNICIPAL THE UNDER- I signed makes a ol getting printed of that are properly submitted to too Municipal Commissioner for his approval under the the Municipal furnishing forms and estimate of cost for all kinds of Municipal Ine etc. He trusts that all matters ed to him personal supervision to be In a position tc rivet hose requiring his services ARTHUR 6u9 Main Street late K. J. board and Municipal LOST OR THE 12TH, A UOLD medium Beward on returning to Free Press RUSSIAN LEATHER POCKET with silver containing and in between C. P. R. stock yards and M in St. Kinder will be suitably ply at 283 TAILORS GOOD Apply to merchant THE C. P. R. STOCK YARDS night of Aug. one grey mare and one bay mare with soar eastern bred Any body returning them to Tom Earlys Princess vrill he suitably purporting to be pub in this is what it pretends to clippings from exchanges or least five per cent of the purporting to be published by any other paper in consists of re- bashed and 24 to 72 hours from this paper and other and very LATEST WORLD'S NEWS is always to be in this paper and no other in Such news is available to no other Daper in HURST CLASS COOK WANTED AT SEYMOUR P Hourie on October 1st. W A GOOD GENERAL ply to Mrs. T. 358 Notre Dame St. PROPERTIES FOR IMPROVED AND VACANT Also City Property for sole and Apply Aikins over Imperial Main St. VERY DESIRABLE Jj on the east of Kennedy and tw lota during a frontage of 100 O. A. Maim aud A. H. FERGUSON OFFERS HIS RES. on the comer of Jemima and Ellen Sis r sale at a reasonable figure and OB The doctor wishes a larger SECTION OF LAND FOR SUITABLE for mixed good con plenty water and per aore Apply to W. B. corner Main and Portage CHOICE FARM LANDS FOR SALE IN between li Lake and suit able for wheat or mixed excellent water wood good iu from to SS per K. S. FARMS AND lauds in the best districts of the province around Winnipeg on easy list and ma of Manitoba Lan 381 Main 7 ROOMED JO brick complete in respect situated on fronting on Manitoba Col residence of John term Apply to A. W. Ross real estat 357 Main St. FOR SO OUTSIDE OK MY of first-class building property in the west part of the running from Portage avenue to Notre Dame Lots 4fi and 47. Two lines o railway running through it. chance to Apply to F. market Win A GOOD GENERAL wages Apply 345 Jemima GENERAL SERVANT FOR family of Mrs. 138 Donald SMART OFFICE AP W ply to Perdue i over Bank of GENERAL SERVANT FOR VV family of Apply to Mrs. River Fort WANTED A REALLY GOOD SECOND-HAND must be cheap for Apply lox 10, Free HOUSE SOUTH OF W Notre Dame street for the winter P. O. 635. TO CLEAN AND 500. at the British Dye 237 Main t. Telephone 614. GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL VV Apply between 10 and 1 in the 230 King A GOOD GENERAL VV references required wages per Mrs. 196 Smith St. A YOUNG LADY OF VV a situation as Good to Drawer 1281. Winnipeg P.O. GOOD SMAKT GENERAL at Manitoba College at good wages Miss Manitoba WASTED AT GOOD GENERAL Apply at 188 between le hours of 10 a. m. to 1 p. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. TRAVELLING Position Salary and ex- enses paid Brown GOOD GENERAL SERVANT r V for small family with no to P. L. Sargent and Balmoral No. 469. SERVANT FOR SMALL rY Good paid if ly 300 River Fort or to Andrews 854 Main St. CERTIFICATED TEACHER WASTED FOR J den Salary 8360 per Apply experience and where lost to School FOR VV per day SO laborers per Apply Alex C. P. K. ment Alain A YOUNG AGE VY in an well up in office ood has a general knowledge of Apply Box 23, Free Press TIT LIVE TO HANDLE Buyers Prize nd several other of the best selling the Apply to J. B. general box Winnipeg FEMALE 2DLNING-ROOM V V 1 2 kitchen 3 ral 1 1 married 10 farm ppr day and board and Alton's 527 Main St. MEN FOR TRACKLAYING AND VV 82 00 per day and bonus of 26 or day to those who stay until end of This genuine I give a signed contract to every man I Free Apply at W. Northern Pacific employment 551 am St. TEACHER HOLDING A VV class certificate to take charge of the senior of Stonewall schools duties to com- on the 15th ol October or 1st of November pp to state salary The undersigned receive applications for the above position until le 30th day of James FOB PAIR OF YOUNG AMERICAN J Eagles -n abont 6 weeks ddress P. O. Box 76. ENGLISH GOLD SCOTCH J and German Finest in the 83Ellen THRESHING BN J gine and boiler in G. t. corner Point Douglass avenue and Maple SPLENDID BASE BURNER ant excellent used one an be seen by applying to G. R. 67 trcet FR SAW in good Capacity about feet per chains and logging For apply to G. R. 3ALE-THE COUNCIL OF ST is 11 he Beld know as the college having a frontage U chains on Main St. and 6 chains on the J. Secy. SCRIP TO PAY KOK ment lands in large and small chasers save nearly per acre on 381 Bain COMPLETE THRESHING OUT a A and Haggart The outfit witt be sold on easy twins and can PAPERS AND PAMPHLETS DESCRIBING THE literal thought as by sent by moil upon application to Mrs. J. E. 1H4 Kate RKAL TOHN R. N tl a real wute office at 681 imen plewa give him i n' 15 MILES FROM one mile and a Uulf La Satle All un ami Hasn river ol vera in IB on La S He large and franis all well built and in vp ir. cwi have fair the or part oi ato k autt as he 120 head of and 18 all of ex- also other stock and a full equipment if far H Thia is one of the moat tive farms a radius of twenty miles from Inspection Address F. foot Main FOB HOUSE TO K. 467 MAIN TO CEMENT heated with hoc Apply to E- 407 Alain St. TO frosc proof ueL on Selkirk street Apply 1S7 Selkirk east. COMFORTABLE FURNISHED ROOMS TO X let in Westminster suitable for single Apply to Uox 21, Free Press mO RENT WARM COMFORTABLE BRICK i house of eight summer cellar and suitable for residence or ing corner of King aud Alexander Apply to Carruthers 453 Main St. CAUCHON BLOCK THERE AKE A FEW rooms and suites to rent in this Tbe iuK is steam heated and supplied with modern con- the most able winter quarters in the Apply to S. HOUSE WITH CORNER and Graham per Suite ol rooms suit able for over White hardware Apply o Robert 380 Main St. TO Pl city It The is pre- to receive offers for the or i c for parties suitable W. Pringle bUO BO AUD AND TO LET AT 231 MAIN APPLY TO G. A. Main and ROBLIN 117 1M This house has been all during the past summer and is now the most comfortable and com- place of its kind in the present for a Jew more regular Everything Xo G. H. Notices uf and FIFTY CENTS Ellen Sept. 13th, the wife of J. M. of a At 53 Edmonton on 10th wife of W. H. of a SIR HECTOR AT it Reply to the Citizens Address of Replying to an address of welcome from the citizens of Sir Hector Langevin thanking the mayor and council for their kind that thia was not his first visit to the He had seen Calgary six rj but it was not the Calgary of day with ita energetic ita some buildings and busy and soon to be c city of large From what had seen ana henrd there i much prosperity in Calgary and le hoped this prosperity would The government might erect public buildings and bridges and provide other if the people dn not put their shoulder to the wheel the money so liberally voted by would be was not so n as he had evidence on every inferring to the fine harvest and crops in this he said he had witnessed the game in the Northwest and British Providence had ed as as spoiled so have ita bounties scattered n every part of the We should be thankful to God for all Of nsit to the Northwest he might say that it was made for two reasons bis medical adviser had assured him that rest fiom work s. timo was absolutely necessary that the nine Lad come after so many years of over work to stive the machine a needed and le was happy to fay he was benefitted by A second reason was that he wished to see again the Northwest and Manitoba after six years When laot in this section of the country the Canadian Pacific was built only to ail creek in British The people as now found all happy and In British Columbia he had uot Been for he found the true Canadian onion so very different from the time when they spoke of Canada as a separate country and ita people as not a part of through their changed feelings and the construction of the Canadian Pacific we were one country from the Atlantic to the owning the same and though we are sprung from ent races and speak different languages and have differing we have a bond of onion in common allegiance and are a thoroughly united We may differ in regard to the men who govern these are trifling when we are united on the essential In Sir Hector said that the people might rely upon Mm as a friend of the Northwest and especially of and he had shown his friendship for the town in the He was but one member of the but he would be always glad to do what he could to promote the and prosperity of Sir Hector's remarks were received with and soon after the delegation ed well pleased with the cordiality of their Thursday morning Sir Hector left for arriving there at On Friday morning be left for Prince Albert returning to Regina on Saturday night and lor on Sunday BAD TRUE FOR MURDER IN TH The Trial to Commence or Honda Glimpse of the Meeting Be twee Husband and Sept. grand jur this afternoon rendered a true against Reginald Burchell for the murder of Freder ick C. Arrangements have bee completed between the counsel on either sidi unless something extraordinary happens be tween now and ten o'clock ou Monday mon that the cane be taken The Fre Press reporter this afternoon was permittee to take a look through the around so much interest seems to centre You reporter caught a glimpse of Burchell as he was passing down stairs with the turnkey t enjoy a half hour's exercise in the Th prisoner wore a block suit of bod a clean shave and was enjoying his after dinner smoke as he through the Around his neck was a loosely tied red handkerchief while he wore a stiff black Christy of the latest He took a glance at the reporter as he went ou and iu the yard chatted as freely ever with his guard and the other Iu conversation he appeared as buoyant am cheerful as but look in his face tells ouder than words that Reginald passes many sleepless day cell is n the northwest corner of the corridor up and is comfortably On one side is a flower stand many fragrant while on the back uf Uie cold dis- mal square is a table strewn with sketches and scraps of He appeared to be well supplied with reading for besides the newspapers are many books and works Scory of Three is bis novel and he has this many Tbe wall is promiscuously covered with paintings and his subject being and Occasionally he draws pen and ink sketches of girls in light cloches and other figures and sketches that show the prisoner to be an did mot call to see him to but his in Mrs. Vest brought him up some fruit and pent half an hour in his Mrs. Burchell a fast failing in She has borne up to he day of the trill under a great physical and now that her husband is about to put trial for the she is sub- ect to hysterical fits of crying which leave ler almost The following appears n the local and is given for what it is Wednesday night Mrs. hell retired feeling perhaps more despondent ban She nad a strange presentiment hat unless she saw her husband that he would never see him again She at once got and dressing went to the after many as only a wile can she was permitted to see her The meeting between he two is to have most effective and hey embraced each other for gome while husband and wept like children and the goal officials who stood by wise moved to tears and were glad when the cene was The truth involved in- this tory is except as it shows devotion o her husband and her fervent desire for his A Good-Bye Sept. afternoon a large gathering of ladies and went aboard H. M. ship where a ance was given by Vice-Admiral flag ship was gaily and the band executed several choice pieces of When the dancing ended the guests after bidding adieu and au revoir to he Prince George and the fleet leaves to-morrow morning for Wanzer Sells Sept. 19.--Negotiations for the ale of the Wanzer Sewing Machine factory to he Manufacturing of At- have been and the take place Wanzer has been in business here for the past thirty years id during that period paid out over two ons in The new company will rotary which a treadle and provides its own Secured Another Branch ST. Sept. Canadian Pacific has been negotiating for some time oast for the Carleton Branch railway and will it soon practically under their is necessary to the development of freight business to the Ontario Sept. appointments of Dryden and to in the Ontario will be will also that of of as inspector of and Fire at Port POET Sept. ouse on the hill was burned down early this She and four other inmates barely The honse and furniture were 000 said to be insured for A Fatal Sept. 19.-Archibald ho was taken W the hospital a few days ago hile suffering from a fit and refused ance because be was believed to be ied from the effects ol the General C. F. B. ST. N. Sept. 19.-B. B. Tyler o ban received the appointment of eneral freight agent of for the New Brunswick with at St. Toronto Children Taken Off. Sept. Shannon aged was run by a King car WOS run over ud almost instantly ged was drowned in the bay at the foot E Cherry street It Sept. Trades and Laboi Council have decided to call a general ion of for Oct. 31, the purpose Sng to to demand eight hours as a ays Sailor TOMS N B Sept. a C- while w. last slipped on he we to board his vessel last slipped rSn the gang plank was B Sept. last Mrs. D. Sept. 19.-Tbe jury big brought bUlin the Tease of Mrs. Nancy attempting her NO SPECIFIC O'Brien and Dillon be De- Sept. study of the warrant upon which Dillon and O'Brien were wrested shows that it fails to specify with any the offences for which the attests were The document is verbose and clumsy in style and Mr. Healy believes that it is fatally defective and that if the accused are granted an appeal they will be able to have the proceedings Sir Charles Russell the eminent apparently takes the same in a speech at Darlington last night he referred to the shadowy nature of the and said that had been set aside in the Thin being so. he why might not a like fate await the present The ing of this question by lawyers of repute has caused some uneasiness among the The for expresses the hope that a step so certain to concentrate attention upon Irish affairs and to rekindle the names of which were gradually has not been taken without ample legal evidence as a A blunder in a matter of this importance would have deplorable OUR CAPITAL Appointments in T. A. Cairns Nominated for Post Office A A READING EXPRESS HURLED INTO THE Thirteen Record From Wreck and Pire in sight HcM Down by Lhc Thirty Sept. worst wreck has ever occurred in this section in the history of the Reading company happened The train with disaster left this city at 6.10 ten It is known as the Pottsville express and fast running at a rate of at least 46 an It had on board 128 to 1M and consisted of au mail and express and three Above about fifteen above this there is a curve where railroad is about eighteen to twenty teet higher than the Here short ly before six o'clock a freight traini ran into a coal throwing several earn of the latter on the opposite track and before the tram bauds had time to go back to warn the an- train of the danger express Sept. following ments will be gazetted Hon. to be assistant judge of the of Queen's Quebec John deputy judge of the County Ontario assistant commissioner of police for Peterborough and Victoria A. P.O. inspector for British Col- P. of N. W. and of the Northwest is here n business with the Government and inter- Sir John Macdonald and Sir John this Mr. Richardson is delegate to the Methodist conference eft to-night for He reports fine in the west aud an excellent the reports about He says the percentage of damage from all sources will be very Mr. Richardson have bout bushels of grain himself thia including bushels of He is about the country ind says it is lie place to make money in Toung he are wasting time in ie east on small G. S. of the Customs to-day received a despatch from or Milne at B. announcing the udden death of his J. Canadian customs at The was 49 years of bad been two ears in the and leaves a wife and our children in Hastings The remains will be brought to for A Q. T. K. No decision was given by the railway in the application of the St. nd Niagara Central to cross the Suspension iridge at Niagara Mr. the Gand Vunk solicitor says that the existing gives the sole right to the Grand Trunk o use the THE DETROIT CO. The Canada Michigan Tunnel Co. will to the i Dominion Parliament at its ext session for an act to extend the time for completing the company's THE The Supreme court will meet for the term on October 28th. Cases may be led up to the 5th and factums tiled up o the prox. LOUISE tving in Retirement in Assist Iu Overthrowing the French Sept. the Anarchist who is residing in a uiet southern suburb of is in very oor health and her friends are anxious over er Her prolonged imprisonment seriously impaired he energies and she is glad the opportunity to recuperate afforded her y her present She has no desire o return to France for some time to id is very emphatic in her denunciation of le French which she says is ess liberal than a In fact she de- ares that she would throw her influence un ic side of the monarchists if they should enter the field against the IN RUINS BY A Mile of Destroyed ut Mich. Sept. special to the from says tall had the greatest fire early this morning hat it has had since 1881. It started near lear's barn and swept a path through the for half a destroying at least ill ty The Muskegon fire ent came to the aid of the town and helped save the rest of it. The principal losers Lyman T. brick block and drug M. B. brick store pera bouse aud rink E. J. of the Forum Reed and the and Tbe losses over Director-General of the Sept. R. of iis was unanimously elected of the World's Fair at this morning's of the National fair Sept. ons For southern For North and southerly inds. came around the curve and ran into the wrecked on its the engine went the followed by the entire train with its human The scone was one of great and can be better imagined than Tbe cries of DM imprisoned passengers were It was a scene never to be by those who participated and Some ot the passengers managed to crawl out of their prison aud aroused the Word was to this city and help but all information was refused this point by tee railroad and surgeons and a force ot 300 men were taken to the and with the aid of a traveling electric light the work clearing away the wreck was ac once The work was slow aud the dead and dying were taken out with great Up to 10 o'clock to-night six dead and thirty injured had taken Of the latter were here and taken to the hospital at Toe wrecked tram 's atill lying at the bottom of the The exact number of passengers is not known and a reporter who is on the grounds telephones his belief that there are still 25 more under- neath the wreck or were carried away by the Tbe following is the list of the killed so far as known D. badly mangled John Pa. Harry David Mahoney died after being taken from the W. baggage The injured Harrison leg broken and internally Joseph badly cut and internally James F. badly cut about bead and seriously in- Joseph hurt about the arms John St. back hurt and internally Joseph A. City bruised aboot the body and Robert injured Samuel legs injured B. W. loot and leg Mount internally hand smashed W W. head badly cut and leg badly hurt about the back and neck Franklin left hip crushed and legs sprained man both lugs Dr. F. atm badly Jacob Ul both legs Samuel badly hurt about the and legs Wnu Port badly cut about the Thomas bead and team Up to midnight thirteen bodies had beem names of those known already been given and the remainder are Five bodies are exposed to view w the but they are pinned under bers and have not yet been taken Prof. of the is badly The body of John L. of taken out at Tbe body of George B. an eminent of has been fully among the TRIAL OF TRAIN The Against the N. Cain the men charged witb conspiracy to wreck the Montreal express on the Hudson road on Sept. 4 entered pleas of not guilty in the court of quarter sessions and Kierman and were dis- The Jury found no to connect any of the meu in custody with tha wrecking of the The reported ions were the sensational features of the for which there appears to be no foundation in Cain and Baett did confess to haying on the night of 4th, thrown switch and wedged fifth plates between the rails at a point beyond where the Montreal ex- press They saw the wreck but have no bow it came The trials of Cain and Buett was get for Tuesday Kierman wu charged with misplacing a Fell Into B Sept. Baillargon fell nto Murphy's asbestos mine his cull and died in two He leaves a wire and three Drowned In the Sept. Maniah drowned in the Gatineau River last night while crossing witb a The body is not Fell Off the Sept. Trepanier iru drowned in the St. Charles river while browing a line to a The body was re- Sept. the been named general manager Billet manager of the Quebec The San Francisco Not Sept. The navy ment to-day received the official report ot trial board of the United States Certain irregularities were dis- covered in it which will necessitate its return to San before it will be finally adopted by the navy This looked for obstruction will probably delay acceptance of the vessel by the ment until the middle of next Mr Irwin M. of. the Union iron is in the city with a view to making arrange' for the the tary Tracy would say as to the con- tents of the Brutally Beaten hj Sept. A special to Bee from says night about 10 o'clock two masked men ed the home of Peter about two of and beat Mr. and Mrs. Vines into insensibility and then robbed of which they had in the house TW appearance of the house indicated a desperate Both are in a critical may not Two persons the crime are under Elected on the Sept. 19.-George R. Davis of this WM elected director general of th. world's fair at this morning's session of National On an informal he received 50 only 47 beinir to Verdict In Accordance with the 3T. H. 10 Jury in the Heme cue ered a verdict to the effect that J aid
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