Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
TT from __ __r___ with her arm. The police had gone into the arrest with everything ready j for just such a contingency. give cence and have cabled her to the police the utmost assistance. Her father ha? engaged eminent counsel to shriek and staggered to the But the fugitive cab" escaped and" terday went up to 92 degrees Fan. on which she fell and layjnoaniag. I drove round about to the cells wait- The a We daily maximum tempeni- 'ing them. ture for the month of July was 85.5 Dr. Crippen was sitting with his! degrees Fah. The total rainfall for slippers on, apparently at home. Len- j the month .OS of an eve was put into woman's clothing on------------------- the ship. Mrs. Heer, the steward- There was at the door a steward with a glass of brandy. As she took it she of and quick as were jump they did not even see wha was much too large for her. was. She held her hands to her head all the time moaning. When tho search began she collapsed and the doctor had to be called. She recovered h defend her. Turn King's Evidence night, however, and me dinner. The arrest of Crippcn himself was made at 0 a.m. shnrn. Dow was not Pincher Creek. July man named Alex. White was brought here yesterday and is now lying at the hospital in a critical condition as the Southern Alberta is the finest summer resort in Alberta and one of the finest in the west is the news brought TO Calgary by Howard Douglas, super- intendent of National Parks. "We xire planning extensive im- provements in all our parks this year." said Mr. Douglas, "and in a short time the finest summer resort satisfied with the search of rippen and himself made aru-ihcr. He found Quebec, Aug. Crippen and! a linen belt concealed next, the skin, the Leneve girl were arraigned this but attached 10 the shirt with .iia- result of an accident at the Beaver j in Alberta %il! he established on the Creek Coal mine. As near as can be lakes park reserve, situated learned respecting details of the un- fortunate happening. White was in a car at the mine when another miner j called to him. and on White raising himself to converse with the other right near the American boundary he was struck by the top of the gal- lery. Either from the position he had taken or from some other cause, white was doubled up and when res- rescued from his fearful predicament was terribly bruised in nearly every part of his body. The unfortunate man was battered and broken in sev- eral ways and the pain he endured rmist have been excruciating. Grave fears are entertained the hospital for his recovery. It was first reported the accident was the result of a cave-in at the mine, but such was not the case. Jme, south of Pincher Creek." In describing the new resort Mr. Douglns snid that one-half of thejlake. winch is seventeen miles long, is on morning in .Justice Angers1 court. He is charged with the murder of his wife and the girl with being acces- sory. They protest their innocence. Every effort is being made to get the girl to turn King's evidence. Crippen in Parliament Buildings Quebec, Aug. in the police cells but in the underground rooms at the parliament buildings which usual- ly give shelter to political prisoners niond rings, ear and Americans have been fixim alone Dr. Hawley Crippen and Ethel Claire Leneve lie awaiting their sum- mons before the magistrate After the first shock of ihe arrest Crippen has shown lir.rlo emotion, :ip their jthe SirI.'S broken and moans al- cnnstant.ly, wringing her hands ohoreg .for the last three years. "This year we intend to do a little Pressing them TO her head. There stick as John Philo Robinson, merchant, age 51, to the companion-; j way she stumbled over the large dress I and between that and her sobbing had j to be half carried down to the cab. j After dodging through by-streets the cab entered the walled town at John gate beside the citadel to parliament building.' Conduct on Board Ship. Father Point. July Additional details regarding Crippen and the Leneve girl on board the Montrose have reached here by wireless. Cap- lain Kendall first became suspicious of the 'Robinsons" while they were at luncheon on the first dav out. LADIES THROWN FROM A BUGGY One Was Quite Seriously Shied Mrs. J. M. Hendersor of Dufferin street, was rendered unconscious and Mrs. D. J. "Whitney and. A. J. Whitney badly bruised and shaken up by toeing thrown from the rig about 6.30 on Saturday evening on -Redpath St, near the corner of Cutbill. Mrs. Whitney and Mrs. Henderson had 'been riding in D'. J. Whitney's automobile which broke down west f the traffic bridge. A. J. Whitney lad offered to drive the two ladies o their ihomes and was doing so Tvhen he accident happened. The horses, restive team, shied and struck the urb on Redpath street with such orce that the three occupants were hrown violently to the street They picked up and taken into the 'ictoria Mansions where they were ttended to by Dr. W. S. nd later taken to their respective omes. Dr. Gtil-braith this morning reported Irs. Henderson, who is suffering from concussion of the brain and a severe shaking, to be improving. REV. MR. JONES LEAVING TABER The Rev. David Jones, B.A.. rector, of St. Theodore, Taber, has been offer- ed the rectorship of Holy Trinity, Strathcona, and has accepted it. He will start his duties north about the beginning of September. Out st rPoor Farming Methods Alone the; I to Blame For Many Failures j LAND OFFICE NOT VERY BUSY LAST MONTH A total of 117 entries were made at the local land office during the month of July. The number comprises 90 homesteads. 23 pre-emptions and four purchased homesteads. Cannangay, .July sharp thun- j night They were supposed to be on way to Detioit. Dow would not make a statement hut gave it to be understood that he did not think that the girl had been accomplice of the derstorm broke Ov'cr here last ana rain fell for about two hours, the ground was well soaked to a depth of several inches. _...... Some splendid crops are to be seen i their dining' saloon and the i in the neighborhood, Mr. 0. L. Tay-' ed them. He found the boy's was SPLENDID RAIN and John Goo. Robinson, Ifi, student. .Their hats wero outside tho several sizes too large, with paper stuffed in the band to make it fit properly. Later on t.h murderer and Th, pns.eneers sav the 'le Saw Robinson with his coat same. STANDING GRAIN i in r and waistcoat off, and noticed immed- iately that his trousers hung in a pe- culiar manner, and were held up with safety pins. Previously he had. while standing on the upper deck, watched the pair closely. "me r.oy squeezed his "father's" hand affectionately, and this did not. seem natural to the knowing seadog. lor has some samples of wheat and Winnipeg, Aug. rains throughout the most of Manitoba on oats from his farm eight miles from Saturday night have done an immense here, which stand three feet high deal of good ;ip 1o T.he prf.sm, has had it precaution has be-on taken against suicide, and it was well, for in Crip- near the lake. The body of watov is pocket was a white powiier one of the finest in the west for] Bough canoeing, boating and fishing. arid'the site is admirn'ody adapted for a S'im- mer resort. AS soon as the townsite is laid out. a branch of the Canadian Pacific will no doubt be built to and this will insure the success of the scheme.'' and a Jiquiri. small of dark-coIorci A Dramatic throw something from "he port-hole as she was being but what it was the police do rot know. The most dramatic moment of the event was the police arriv- the standing grain competition in ;he pair under arrest because he was cer- tain they had no idea he suspected immediate Lethbridge district. Hugh [Them. He knew thai if he left them Macintosh, of Macleod, judged the [alone, and tried to ingratiate himself I with them, he would get information t which would prove invaluable later fields on Thursday. Winter Wheat, Alberta Benj. James, 96 Bros.. 87 1-2. Spring Pawson Bros., S2 j thr pair his own way, thr path has been too rosy for him and he has neon inclined to rake it for granted that it would continue to be "easy come." Now he fmds out that it is just as go." Let us hope it will prove TO be points. 2. Pawsonjon. Eventually he consulted the mate a lesson to him. If every farmer wh0 I who came to the same conclusion that }has ]ost his crOD Crippeu and L 1-2 points. 2 J. Davidson. 92. Bros. 1-2. 2, G. Russell, 94 1-2. The doctor carries a revolver and is growing a bt-ard. (Continued on Back Pige) has lost his crop this year, cart next year, the crop will turn out to be a record for the. West, and ihe, finest advertisement Alberta can .possibly have. other late fodder crops. This should now do well. A report from Portage la Prairie says splendid rains visited there Sat- urday. Harvesting operations have started on the famous 'Portage Plains but will not be in general until next week, although the growth is well ad- vanced. Estimates the yield are conilicting and it will -be difficult to- get any rer.l idea till the threshing. south, of the river on the'newer land and in the Rosendale district, pans of the crop fire exceptionally line and some wheat fields will return thirty bushels to the acre.