Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOL. II. Daily Herald LGTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1909. NOADMIRALTY CONTROL FOR CANADA NO. IN. LARGE EXCURSION PARTY IN HE CITY Hon. L. P. Brodeur Is Emphatic In His Statement London, tota. The party report a very pleas- ant trip and are high in their praise of the untiring effortb of Mr. S. Kus- Hjll. who iindctuolc tho .excursion.. -Mr. Kus-ei! conies from Republic, j Washington, ;ind thought, it would be a good proposition to run an ex- cursion through to the fair from the Different gentlejnen told a Herald reports that tiioy were greatiy ESTIMATE OF YIELD AT PINCHER Crops Will Be HON. SYDNEY FISHER FIXES DATES HOD. Sydney Fisher. Minis- of Agriculture, al Ottawa, ha> writtej-) Senator Veber wiyiiif; that will be hi Li-fhbridge for a hours only. He to arrive here on Wednesday, August 1-Sth on the throe o'clock lo- cal and will leave A THREE CENT RATE ON the Same As Last Year morning. He will address th-- Canadian Club on Wedriesdav Word Received From Ry. Commission To (Special to The Herald) i J'incher Creek, latest the progress thy t j intelligence relative to crop prospects in this district which your corre- making and were, ivuieh im- i! WJtJl GUI' CltV. -i jspondent has been abit- to ascertain, MILITIA STOPPED MINERS' PROCESSION (il-nv J'.ay. Auir. The .VI. W. A. planned a big demonstration for That Effect SOLDIER WAS ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Card stun. Any, Star says: .Some time ago, our readers will re- call the mention made of the efforts put forth by our Board BUILDING PERMITS STILL COMING Duririi: July permits were taken our for erection of buildings val- ued at This makes a total for the seven months of ROYALTY ATTEND NATIONAL REGATTA Cowes, Kng., Aujr. opened today under promising auspices. The competition of Km-, William's new Kinfr Alfonso's Hispaniii and a number of j German. Spanish and Kivndi yachts j gave an international flavor t" thej racing which of n-cjit years ha, lji.-i.--n lacking. j SPANIARDS HAVE A HARD TIME Moors Are Beating Them -General Strike Called To-day TORONTO HORSE DEALER DEAD' Toronto, Aug. Russell, J years old, a wdl known horse dr-l-j ini'-nd'-d 1 which i- t'n A. Th" council uf bv-Iaw to i stronic- ful i Trade arid the good work accom- plished by Mr. Jelliff and others be- Ton- the rail way commission at pass-d M by-law forbid- h'idgv. The contention was made procession, and w.-ni v'iat Cardston and district was 1o forbid any public outdoor j criminated against in the matter of and made it an offence for express and freight rates more persons m assemble j '-'n t'1'-' A- K. I. line. This week how peace-itllf' Board of Trade through Sec. D. .-tj-'-et, persons no matter miirhr bf their Tho i Harris Jr., is in receipt of a. corn- took place., but the men did "'unicutton from the commission, niai-e.ii to ;l squad which has taken the matter under wa.- stationed at the bound-1 advisement, that hereafter passenger t.he town v.-ith a machine 1lVt-r this road shall be three cent.- per an sixth reduc-1 tion for ivturn fares. This will make j the trip to Lethbridge ?3.30 as against i The freight and ox-! i press rat-s will also be reduced. i had an attempt heeji amde over tiie bord-T thr-re would T; trouble. While Out Shooting in a Canoe in in New Brunswick -St. John. N. H.. Aug. McCleiy. formerly American soldier, who served in the Red Cross Depari- m'-nt of the Corps, was accidtrntally shot and killed at Jones Creek on the St. John river Sundav morning. McCl--ry was visiting his brother at Jonerk in the mines of tho Pittsburp! Coal Company." This was the pos- itiv- statement made today by the National President of the United Mint- Worker? of America, who had been in conference with the officials of the Pittsburg Coal Company, who had been iu with the of- ficials of the Pittsburg Coal com- pany here several days adjust.in.fr the differences which resulted in a short strike of about miners of the i Company in this district recently. All th'j questions w.-iv amicably sdjust- Electric Trains Collide At Coldwell-Sixty People Injured EMPEROR AND KING DINED TOGETHER Col. Spokane. Wash.. August persons- killed and at- least six- ty injured in a head-on collision of electric trains on tlu- Spokane and Inland railway late Saturday aftor- Mf'oll. Tlie wreck occurred at GoMw-ll. Washington, a station between Cot D'Alerie. .Idaho and Spokane. No. 20, W'.st -bound train had left Coeur D'AJene at. 4.30 p.m., and had just r-aehed Coldwell when it. met No. '-a.-tbound. Both trains we.re going ai tin- rate of about. 15 miles an hour. They crashed together without warning to ihe crew or pas- st'iipers. Tin.- heavily laden coaches erushed. i On Irrigation despatch j British crui- destroyers; waters. i its merrily on. CELEBRATE FIRE ANNIVERSARY Fireman Hurt At Pincher (Special to The Herald) Pincher Creek, Aug. While the (O'clock, Lethbridge being readied by j hose reel team of the fire brigade -ten o'clock, everyone ;huf delighted with (h r very tired irip. Ontario 'Pure of St. Catherines, was troyed by fire Saturday morning. covered by insurance. Wm. Schlieman, proprietor of the Co-operative Company, of Berlin, Ont., committed suicido by shooting himself in ('nnstunt. wor- ries are supposed Lo liave been the cause. ]Ur. Schlieman was in the town council. There was lowed into Charlotte.- town this evening- the freight, steame.r 'Turrett Bell, stranded three years ;ago in the north side of Prince Ed- ward Island during a big gale which wrecked several vessels. The Rell was chartered by the Inverness Company. is tons. -50 feet, After three weeks' life, .Lcsmaine, a French Canadian wi.xjkly paper of ITontroal, suspcndwl puldication -'on Saturday. Today a by tht- was read in fill tho Roman Catholic churches of the city forbidding l.lio fnilhful to rwiil paper in question. maine made violent attacks upon were out for practice Friday evening last an-d had just got started, on a trial spm, preparatory to taking j part in the firemen's sports at Cal- TELEQRAPHIC BRIEFS Food Canning igary on Wednesday, one of the mein- des- J. Cox, got run the who..-1 passing over his breast. As the men were travelling quite rapidly at it he tirr.o t-he injured man received a severe shock. He was taken to the i office of IV. Tuscot. where he was attended to for the time being and I has since been con (inod to his bed. Several from this place have inti- j mated their intention of visiting I.-fLbbridge during the fair -in that city week. Preparations are how under way for the holding of the annual agri- cultural society exhibition here which phico on i The street sprinkler has at last put i in an appearance and incidentally a cool wave is anticipated by all. We hope these cool wavos wil? be of fre- ji-ih-iit orciirrciice. The t.own council nro liokling to thq. dinrter for the railroad nick- hoi side and on the head. The assault was committed by a man named Cameron. The latter arrived in town Saturday and was somewhat, tfi- worse for liquor. In the after- the men met .ajrid jocose remark, the two raw happened was qulcicly that wit-nesses ca-n hardly explain how tabbing was dfeile, but the as- is under LOCAL NEWS Land Office Was Very Busy j' DI'ED WH.'LE SINGING 1 IN CHURCH CHOIR! i Fenrus, Ont., Aug. Put.-] j tison, leading merchant of the cityi J and member St. Andrew's terian choir, during the service VPS- i tf-rday took hemorrhage ofj the stomach and was carried out in j a dying condition, passing away al- i most instantlv. Polo Match At Lethbridge Fair land! w.'is ;t irp-ar rush at tht ojrk-e this month if onr- can judge from number of entries thafwer" pnl through. July. riitriec were made 'JGJ f.-r and for ing tof.-il oi TIIS. month liguros were 2t'T, ;..ici 11 etively. a total of In July liids. !h--ri- were 201 hojne. entri'.'S. AGED NELSON RANCHER FOUND DEAD Nelson, B. C.. July body of G. Of-wees. an old prospector and rancher was found in a cabin at Creek lu-ar KnottMiay Landing. was nearly SO year- old and lived if. He must been de.nd 1wr; ks vvh-n found. H directors, of tin- Agricultural Society a meeting on Saturday nicth a few of the dir--oiors bei'-ii: present. Second Vice Pres. Win. 01- iver occupied the chair. Among those present were J. J. F. Rodgers. W. O. Hut ion. A. E. Ivision. Geo. Rouk, and Major Burnett, sec- retary. The opening of tenders for f.x.ths jit the grounds until 4 ill Tariff Bill Jt deOi-ie.I 5fi in wlne.h vertisinfr ,-xhibit. for for four days. Monday still keeps comini: iii u the oflie.e. During July the receipts were as against for th" smne monlli year, an inerense of over thirty eent. TWO RATTLESNAKES KILLED YESTERDAY PIONEER DIES July Hamil- ton, a .'actor of the Hudson T.ay C'.'iiipany. in charge of! new (.'aiedonian -iistrict in early days j British ('oliniihi.-i, died today. He' iiv-- of Lord Ma can Ley and i of Dr. Rae, explorer! ep'd l-'rankliir.-i rem-'iins. i I f i ttad dose CallNhieh I The onler L'et t'-nt exhibit ih, One can b, The th, thai Watch for Clark Co.'s of their opening, this week. G. V. Storkey, of Coleridge is in ihc- city today. Ii. H. .Pincher 'rt-ek is in the city. A. G. Eastori and Mrs. Easton re- irned Saturday morning from taoir holiday trip to the coast. Miss Lizzie Niven left on t-he Flyer his morning for the West- Coast, vhere she has accepted a position. Mr. and Mrs. Thaten and Miss passed through the erty Sun- lav morning on their way to Sas- >n, Sask. Red Cross-Drug and Book Corn- are pushing; their store in the Vcadia Block to completion and will in the course of a week.' -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Neeland and alter, left un this morning's early train for Winnipeg, Fort TV'Uliam and Ottawa. Mrs. Neeland will not- re- turn till the end of September. Jiev. J. S. Chivers, the rector of Augustin's church announced on tJunday their annual Sunday School picnie at the river bottom on Wed- nesday afternoon next at 2.30. All parenri are cordially invited. There is to be a meeting tonight of thv Brotherhood of American Yeomen in rhe Oddfellows hall at- 8 o'clock sharp. All, members are requested to be present. Henry Sehnc-e was lined Jo and costs morning for assaulting G, Thompson, C.P.R. baggageman. Schriee went into the baggage room and tried to take out some baggage without paying the charge. Thomp- son int-erferred arid received a naaty biuw the eye with Sehnee's din- tu r ad- will fair >n Tuesday. Society will appoint a third Jariff D. C.. f. Ho the fonfererice bill. A ion followed. i 31.--IU- a I us-.- j r-purt on Rejiublioan WRIGHT BROTHERS GET day on holiday visits to their old homes. Mr. Pendleton goes to Bos- ton, Mass., and Mr. Humphries to FleraUl of has had t.he ten- dency to revive the ambitious hopes I of rr.anv here that the time is fast Wristol. Enp. It- is currently under- j dmwjnK whcn r-mchKT Crftck stood that, when Mr. Humphries Hl Inst its lonff Mt dcsirfi turns to Macleod there will be a with (o railway focili- >frs. Humphries. In Lethbridge New in This Vicinity Dan Leary. of th-- O. W. K.-rr Co. killed a raMl.-Miako yesterday -afternoon in shj'p 11 jneasuriiiL; feet, and hnd rattles ;iiid !lii- is a very crood snrnple of rejijj'h- kinjrdom. A. J. Jones, while- drivinp Six Coulee saw a ratJlesnake on Ihe. roarl and killed it. It had six- rattles and mrasurvd nearly three feet lone. ANOTHER NEW CONCERN The SUiiiilaivi liehind the slea opxTi for liusinos rcinfoiriil arajro on St.. i laundry, is now building is Concrete structure, c. Wright- broth.-rs will n-ceiv for tfieir a'-rojdane, i- borni.- for exee.-s in ,-y> contract reiniirement-. The jndfr es apointi aet. with i i-V'-niv. J. K. R ranviiii'-nt I'nir. Pino T.-atn f Mao ,-ivie le.li to ae' with the two jmlir- 1 by ifov. rimi'-nT to ,-m in the I'.'ei'S Static.) tlia >v. r. ,i. .Alexander, of tu Drug North word, Jaaa added to his fixtures an eight-foot salesman show case and six-foot glass top and glass front counter. are extremely handsome aod add very much to the appearance of H. th, :i th- first day will another play here. will proclaim a August -nd day of the fair, rted that iit. I'.ad se- Mttraetioji.- for ih 'Jf 'Hljili'ii. Th- Hatci] etltrie.- rneetjn'j will helil on y riifrlif to appoint judges. i-etary reported that Messrs, Coon< had to take their ofliee in the Oliver Mcrsry Isle, a farmer of Firdale. Man., wa.s drowned yestotvi..iy while Huthing in a slough. the store, also they allow a greater display of goods. Mrs. Limoges, of High River, who ba.s been seriously ill in Calgary for some liuie Saturday morn- ing. She was operated on about days but the skill could not save her. She wag very well known in Lothhridge. She been a resident of High River for 18 years. She was 'H years old aAd is survived by her husband, two ftoas (who live in High mud A daughter, Mrs. Robertson, who also j lives in High River. ,J. Lloyd returned last night on the flyer from an extended trip to and tho Stales. He reports the crops good in Dakota and Minne- sota. Mr. Lloyd stated that number of farmers over there their land at good prices and in- tern! to come over to and other parts of the West. He a party of buyers back with him aftd is expecting mow.