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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe VOLUME 3 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL I SPOKANE MEN TO BE GIVEN A BID To Visit Lethbridge on Their Alberta Trip-CouncU of Board of trade Meet (From Saturday's Daily.) The Council of the Board 01" Trade last evening. 'There were pres- ent C. P. I1. Conybeare, president; H. J. TI. Skeith, secretary; and Messrs. bourse, Rylands, Anderson, Cunningham, Oliver, Buchanan, 3d.e- Keown Hatch, and Mayor Henderson. Messrs. White Austin and publow, representing the commercial travel- lers of Calgary appeared before the council and presented the claims of an illustrated souvenir of Sunny Sou- thern Alberta they were getting out for distribution amongst the great host of who were to attend ths commercial men's convention Calgary at the time of the Calgary fair It war- pointed out that no class' of men met more people or had greater 'FAMOUS CHURCH DESTROYED Berlin, April historic gar- rison church Delays Friederich Strasse dating from 1703 was entirely burned out today-together with numerous an- cient regiment "shot-torn-flags "carried in several wars .which decorated the central aifle of the 'only one of "these flags being saved. MOUNTED POLICED AN M ORDERED CONSTABLE WILMOT OF FRANK I SANKEY'S SON INSANE April says today: "Suffering from'the de- lusion that, he is not only-the wprld's greatest man, 'but' its' actual creator, t John E. Sankey, son of Ira Sank- jeV, the famous, revivalists-has- been j declared insane by a jury in the Su- preme court- SPRING ROUND UP The local spring round up reached (ho city yesterday afternoon. Pos- sibly four hundred head of horses f were in the bunch. The :round up 1 started from Milk- River on -the south i and Forty Mile Coulee on the east, j The horses distributed amonjj 1 their respective owners last night. i He Was Guarding a Store in Order to Capture the Perpetrator of a Series of Burg- laries Victim Was Found Sunday Morning Lying in a Pool of Blood d No Clue to the Murderer Yet Discovered FARMER FOUND .DEAD Saltcoats, Sask. Aprii Clark, a farmer living at Crescent i Lake was found dead near his shanty jwith a shot gun beside him. He .was j a bachelor in good circumstances. 'It isvthought to -be a case of suicide. ELEVATOR-BURNED Frank April Wil-, Coroner .Disrrty, "of held the house to" catch; the clprit with [mot, avR, N; W. M. P. policeman i an inquest-this afternoon. The jury Can-j was shot early this, morning in the adian Northern elevator at Eden, con- rear of the Imperial hotel. aining ssA'eu thousand bushels of grain was burned yesterday afternoon. The fire-started from the upsetting of lantern.- tne result stated. JUDGMENT IN LIEN CASE udge Winter Deals With Isolation Hospital Liens oppcrtnnities ot advertising a coun- try than the drummers. With this souvenir elaborately gotten up, illustrated and containing- a heap of 3 facts about Southern Alberta the opportunity to give publicity to ev- ery point taking space will lie great. The council decided to take eight pages in the souvenir. gary fair committee that a good lo- cation for the "Lethbridge exhibit had been secured in Exhibition Hall and preparations were already under way to get the exhibit in shape. It will be a great credit to the district. For the publicity committee Chair- man Buchanan reported that the cir- cuJttr giving ths prize winners the seed grain fair and statistics farmers us to the crop return! ia this district had been placed with (From Monday's Daily.) Judge Winter has handed down judgment in the case of Wm.' Oliver and JEfick Wakely-agaijnst Canning known He was discovered lying dead a pool of biood at 7 a.m. The wasTstill warm. _ _ r An, examination revealed a large shot wound in the neck on the right jside. For the last week there have been several burglaries including j hardware store which wai broken .in.- to .and the cash box rifltd. An at- tempt was aiso to rob the Im- periai hotel. 1 Wilmot was stationed on duty for the, and it is supposed that the policeman in attempting to arrest the party was shot! There is' no clue" to the murderer so far and an inquest will ba held. i i Wilmot was shot in the neck with a shotgun. The whole charge en- tered his neck and tearing a terrible hole in it, severed the windpipe. Wilmot came to the Pass February 23 from .Pincher Creek where he was viewed and adjourned until The victim's .relatives live at Derby, Monday. -Although, the Mounted. Fo-j.England. lice are doing'aH In their criminal; no power to 'clue can be cushion Closing of v Frank mines has thrown K down of Frank mines has thrown I .CITIZENS' LEAGUE MEETING The "Citizens' Leagues-ill meet to- morrow- evening- at "8 in the Council Chamber. A' dis- cii'ic matters as A- that the be "ad vised Ho build or' se- MR.WOOLFORD IS Represent Cardstoi in i Making Demand for Gov eminent aunu. j many mfen out Of employment. Some cure a public hall will also be -pla.-> ,The robbery, was committed at almost destitute. Scores of fop-Jed Before the meetin 'AH Intercst- Imperial Hotel and Wil- formerly employed at the eel should jmot was sent to watch the back ofimines are stiil in the village and .at j night. their door the crime is laid. Wjlrnot had only been in a year. t Sergt-.DetectTve Egan went to Frank yesterday on a special train whfch at Macleod to take some from there to' the of the murder. A telephone message to the Herald here of a at three o'clock this afternoon on hand tomorrow BARTENDER ARRESTED SUSPICION (From Herald Reporter on the Spot.) Frank, April 14 (3 o'clock An arrest has "been mad and Bryan, contractors for the Iso-[ -latiou Hospital. Hid Honor also dealt with the claim of W. Williams who had filed a Hen on the property in addition to the liens by the Sergeant who is in charge here wired Inspector Belcher and In- sptctor Primrose, of Macleod, both ,of whom are at the scene of the crime. who is thought by the police to know jsomething' of the murder of Policeman Wilmot. The charge against him is that of vagrancy and disorderly conduct and ,he is serving two months at Macleofl having been sent down by Belcher. The man's naine is. Frank Carrera, an Italian, who had been a bartend- er in the Imperial hotel at Frank, where the murojex occurred. He knows says that the police have no clue the perpetrator or motive of -the deed. The deceased 'constable had been m Frank only- a short lime and had made no" enemies. From another source the Herald learns .that the wound in the neck JAP LEASES IET 'April "important meeting' of' during1' the pastjyeair; Saturday in, .t attendant'wasj keeping 'with-the-importance gatherings- than vHi .position" o'f c was 'evidently from slugs from a shot Fifty Men From the" Howerj m Will Raist Beets at reported gun The pol.ccmans. Coifs shooter was examined and in it were found stx empty shells. It seems in- Myb. W with _AIr all about the hotel. He was arrested credible that the constable could have on a charge 6fsvagrancv and disorder- ly conduct, having been fighting in the Frank hotel! fired six shots in tha middle of the j night at the back of" ah' j one hear them. evening. shrewd awake, cqnic TebuinaJ the present at-' ing points, enioute to tern April, Rustler'! dockages, Spreads, Haykayam-jT 1 prices unfair, Mr. Naykayama -is binning other two plaintiffs. William Oliver i liad already signed- judgment in de- Hick Wakeiy for 1 The judgt took up tlie claims of the difloront parties supported by their claims for Itiins and finds that William Iciti ,1s good lor- only -Sn. being the amount of _one day's wages. The oilier money claim ed by Williams rcal.y monw diie him an a 'fl'b-oonlTactof. The juoge iindb that the last material supplied by Wm. Oliver was on Oct. 23, 1907, the lein was not i WILL BREAK HARD TIMES IF WESTERN CANADA HAS A RcAL GOOD HAR- VEST the Canadian immigration agenoJesjfiled until Xov. 3u, and. therefore the April the in Great Britain and the United jciaim under the lein fails completely, prospects for the coming season, Vice States for distribution. The j Hick Wakely filed their lein the Police He had been lieard to remark that -iL: would s. police were killed off as Wilmot was.! The Italian has a bad reputation' and has served a short time for short changing drinking- miners ivhile bar-j j He has been not of employment for! some time and is considered a bad character. i TbA "polic0 BURIED UNDER A PtLE OF LOGS SALVATFGN ARMY SERVICE on President afcXicolof the C.P.R re-1 starvation. tee also announced that it liad Dec. 2, but from the evidence of Mr. marked that it was yet'too" early to Pared a page booklet giving Bryan ami iUso from the certificate make any forecasts or do much more breath deep thanks that- the about Lethbridge in a nufhcll. j of Citj Engineer Arnold it appeared than 000 copies would be issued and giv- en to real estate men and local mer- chants for distribution. pam- phlet has a great mass of informa- tion about Lethbridge city and dis- trict. that the vrork in regard to mg and plumbing October and was all finished by accordingly their bad winter was over. The present indications however, pointed to at least Coleman. IVpril very sad ac- occurred this morning a.t the "quarries' where the C.P.R. were- 1 Engineer Shot At 'working during the past winter, The engineer at the Hillcrest mine out six miles of Uolcman. All and the" inter-mountain a grace and freedom that shame some horn in the I tongue." his conversation was Some of these interesting and entertaining. He: removal by this 'method, uf. itie said that he had met Mr. EDison in' temptation Jor profit at the Salt Lake City on January 10, 1908' exPerise i and had there contracted with him; readier touch the consumer 'and _ for the lease of the "sugar lands biS mill owner; the assurance, of-more- I uf the company comprising a little' acciu'ate by proper cleaning; over SOO acres in the _near vicinitv giving the farmer of the He the same time. 4c4p the next month he expected to at Ilome for feeding to about 50 Japs here who -would be'domestic animals as well as savjng brought In from B. C. -Nakavama on this waste and finall fqiial- has spent considerable time in traffic and helping to control tT t.ll Vrtii frit fa through. acquainting the was shot at the other night. Some! the particulars are not to hand but has been engaged in contracting Eail-i person or persons had "been interfer-jas far as they are known they seem way and farm work for the last fir- tions. he considered, i ing with the machinery and he was'to be these: A large pile of logs teen years and is well acquainted with Jem also, being outside of. the thirty summer, espedally fairly good view of the doy alRnved for filing leins great amount 01 immigrant business _ TT ,filljd Thc of the that was, being done. In addition to J. a. Harper inquired if tlie parties therefore arc detennin- this reports from various districts m ed by the dates of the or- the far wast showed that the seeding ders given by Canning and Bryan, season had opened with promise uf would assist the Lethbridge Band to Attend the Dominion, fair and partic- ipate in a band competition on Am- erican Day and also do some toot ing for Lethbridge. The band will Jie informed that the Board's plans for the exhibition are not yet com- pleted. The secretary was write Alfred Price, general superin- tendent of the C.r.R. and express the Board's appreciation of the proposed daylight train service on this section of the Crow's Xest line. A cornplaintv registered against the government live stock inspector was ordered to be sent to Mr. McMullen, the and of the paid into court greatly increased acreage. If these by thf city of Lethbridge, payments promises were carried out and a good U when fired at. which are in tlie works, the requirements of the company in The police have a report that a .had started to slide and this particular regard. For some man was held up on the road be- men -were set to work to prevent timp- lie operated n gang of. men at tween Frank and Blairrnore last night.; them going too far. One man was Ogden- The presence of these Japs ____. .shovelling away'the ground while an- will answer one of tlie biggest prob- A Bloodhound Used other for some reason had to go un- lems that has confronted the factory the wittl Soattl the actual condi- o send a delegate from Ottawa to co-operate others gathering in May was carried and no other could so ers as the local Woolford. are to be made as fol.ows: WilHara Williams C.P.R.'s live stock inspector- JV. ing and proving their harvest was .secured the district, 6.001 Mr. itcXicol considered that hard Brodie Stafford 264.30 times would die a natural Hick 600.00 death and railroad work and and the -balance-to "ft'm. Oliver viz, other form of Xothiner is left with uhich the amount assigned to the Leth- proaching its end. bridge Brick Terra Cotta Co. and they will therefore not participate in the funds in court. 1 Xo cosU are allowed ilessrs. Hick j L E. "Beaxer, the mass catching him and killing him instantly-. The inquest will be held tomorrow Today two of General Booth s blue ENCOURAGING CROP REPORT town col- fund and __.. momme grcss of seeding operations throughout the Canadian Northwest. 110 towns scatter' d over Manitoba and Sas- Beazer; J. M. Billingsley, W. R. Sloan, Kimball; X. W. Tan- ,ner, Aetna and Peterson Brothers, katchpwan have been heard from. No j Welling. With such men to push the WORK ON PARLIAMENT BUILD- INGS Edmonton', April work on was premeditated but wag a result ofiassistcd by for their self- I were fairly successful. They did not i leave town without showing them- sehes to be soldiers of another r- i -r stores the Captain and his wife, the Presby- Weather prevails. C. Jves, who brought the matter to the attention of the Board was also advised to place the charges of inef- ficiency -before theWestern Live Stock Association. A copy of the ter will also be sent to the Minister of Agriculture asking him to investi- gate. The Spokane Chamber of Commerce claims under the heir leins as their the foundation walls of the new Al- j Wilmot coming on mtencled burglar. terian at Blairmore "con- failed. lberta Parliament building is near- who was on patrol ducted a -emilnc old fashioned open RED RIVER RISING air service. appreciatod open That their efforts were was manifested by the competition. A large force ofitned to arrest a man and Wfts shot have- been engaged on the work j another, is the theory. He evi- vvmnipeg Man., April IS.-The ice all winter and it Ls now expected dently had a as there was a'crowrts ,that ffathem} ancl the splen- tne Ked River, is all broken up that by .the middle of May the fousd- bruisc on bis shoulder and a Blower ldirt, Jhnt was observed even comencing. to rise, ready for the steed struc- button was off his j the proverbial small boy showing the Dakota state ture. The steel has been already or- .The gun was fired atclose range as utmost respect and oWmng all due by i port that the farmers T.n their should give to a delegate so The land capable of presenting their needs be- is gen- fore members of Parliament, this ef- oral. Some places, particularly in fort'ought to result in future remedial newer sections, report big increases j legislation of vast benefit to the in acreage. j Western farmer. and the. river is Advices from North that the Red River has risen to such dered and will arrive in the city "next''his face was and an extent that several warehouses on month, on .the bank have had their will be Urgerl to include and the south country in their j ments flooded and piles of cordwood crary on return trip from the [etc. on the banks are in 'danger of Dominion fair nt. Calgary. i being ''washed away. i MILK RIVER NEWS wads were found in the wound. Several shot were found in the'.col- lar from' an ordinary shotgun. They may have been discharged in the tus- THE CANADIAN BANK OF GOMMERCE HEAD OFFICH, TORONTO ESTABLISHED -B. E. WALKER, Presifient ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. H. IRELAND, of Branches Paid-up Capital, Rest, Total Assets, BANK MONEY ORDERS .ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING under Scents Over S5-and not exceeding 6 cents S30...... 10 cents S; 530 S50...... 15 cents Mr. Hardy was to "Warner Satur- day 071 business. The new livery stable which is run by air. Satterly is doinp: quite a lively business. Ben Ellert was to Warner on, busi- l ness on Saturday and purchased a j team of horses to seed the spring The land is now bcinp broken ion the J. A. Kll'crt farm. Credit must be given'to the .od Police on Saturday for the noble j ussistiinco men to fight j the prairie fire at Milk Kivcr. Wilmot had small one with no shells. [decorum. We arc glad'to say that .if mining camps .are .wicked Oolaman is showing hprwlf somewhat removed from that chiss. Thenv'havt; been pfrvcral very bad leases of pneumonia in town during no revolver except a j the past few weeks but none havc i proved fatal and all are improving He was advised by Sergeant Has- IVapidly. lett to'take, n horse-.pistol but did not j 'Our'sympathy., is extended to Mrs. 0 so" iManthorne. wife of the principal of Death was almost instantaneous, j our schoolf. on lhe sevcrc shock sht. Knew the Hotel [has received by the of her mo- The -'TiWdWer' .-vidently was famil-ither Mitchell. Ont. Tin? uows Jiar with the Imperial hotel and knew j dime suddenly by wire today and thnt.'Proprifttpr Ste.-vcs- was in Cal-pr''s- Mnnt.honio is utterly prostrate. gary'attending the Licensed Victual- i Ir-rs''ocijition. Mr. Landseeker You want full value for your money don't you Here are a few snaps: 320 acres, 2 miles from station, Tljese Qrdenvare payable at par at. any office i n Canada of a Chartered 'Bank (Yxikon and at the principal banking points in ilic United States They arejiegotiable at. to the sterling' in Groat Britain Ireland." They form an excellent method of small of money with safety at small cost, and may be obtained within delay at any office of the Bank Lethbridge Branch G. Manager j TIii- vordict uf tlie inquest yeaterdny i was-thai death b'r ;.F. O. MnllfM-'woni to Cardston on Shot wound by ihiisinc-ss lust. >vcqlf. i .Mr. SatUTly is busy building his j KyvrH'nfv was given by several p'cT- River. sons ..who luwd the shftt. I .Mr. Tonifohi1 -vvho is liroakin'g On I Tlu- body was to -A.. I'Miort's uu-ni with j Fnmk iind police advise of- plow is lino work. Tho outfit j foring a lurpc iv-wnTfl for infonnat-ion. KOI-S about 12.] miles to got around Tl'o. police offer ;i personal Snbscrip- itircc mid stops only iluv cor-'j tion nn.'l rt.rc putting forth every cf- nors. .Such is the cowl it ion of thy j fort to nvrnpe (leatb of their corn i nulo. Pain a.nywhfT-1, be quickly -stopped by one ot Shoop's Pink i liiOit-ts. .Priin 'jii'wjsys' ineaiis congestion blood pres- sure. ShoopV Pink Pain TabU.ts simply conx congested blood away from pain centres. These known by Dr. Slioop'.s HefKl.tclie cqufilixe the. blood oirctilation and then pain always departs in 20 nnmitf.s. Tablets Write Or. Shoop. Racine, Wis. for free yvackape. Sold bv all dealers. 3 42 3 6 ti 13.00 9.50 Lethbridge 25.00 Those are worth, all we ,-isk- and nincli more, too. find ask about than Come in BKUS.UHSM ;