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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald TWO FAIRS TO BE HELD AT CARDSTON Earlier one for Garden Products-Threshing Started -CardstoQ, Aug. new depar- ture, has been undertaken this year in regard to the garden ers, vegetables and fruits. A separate and an earlier exhibit will be made under the auspices of the Cardston Agricultural Fair As- sociation on Aug. 18th, and 19th to be called "The Horticultural Show." It is open to amateurs only, no en- try, fee is charged and it is open, to all comers for products grown in 1910. There are sixty classes in flowers and potted plants, with priz- es ranging from to In vegetables and fruits there are classes. Much credit is due to E. N. Barker for this will receive entries up to 8- p.m., August 16, at Ms office on Dames street. The show will be given in the Cardston Assembly Hall. Two prizes worthy of mentitn, are those offered for the >best laid out and cultivated grounds in Cardston, to include trees, shrubs, flower beds, border and lawns, and next for the neatest and fcest vegetable garden. This feature should be continued each year as a stimulus for all home-own- ers to beautify their premises. The Cardstou Fair comes ofi on the 29th and 30th of September. The two Lethbridge, Alberta. Friday, August v ERECTING TELEPHONE LINE- TO COUTTS Work has commenced on the telephone line south from Stirling to Coutts, and gangs of men are erecting poles be- tween the former place and New Dayton. HELPED ENGINEERS BY FLYING A KITE Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. Eugene Childs, a veteran of the Civil r, who as a child flew a kite across Niagara river, which permitted the engineers 'Who .built the Suspension Bridge there to draw cables across, died at his home here. OWA STANDS BY INSURGENTS tepuHicans very Lukewarm In Endorsmeat OfTaft HORSE FELL WITH BANK ROBBER Dillon Bank Clerk Dis regarded Hold-Up Rules evenings will be devoted to a grand musical' competition, including num- bers for orchestras, soloists, male and female quartettes, choirs and bands. There are fifteen numbers, be- sides three classes for choirs, carry- ing prizes from to S50. All entries must be made by Sept. '18th. Address S. M. Woolf, secre- tary. This feature of the fair las proven one of the most enjoyable and profit- able of all the proceedings. The hall is always crowded with appreciative listeners and local talent along musi- cal lines is given much encourag ment. Come up and hear it Threshing Operations will .begin this week on the Cochran lands. Mr. J. Walter Low is read and Messrs. Bert and Ernest Quin ton expect to start also. From D. S. Beach, the School Board, it is learned tha all the staff are expected back ex cept Miss Taylor, teacher of Stand ard II, and it is hoped she may re- turn also. The Cardston Schoo Board had endeavored earnestly to maintain the permanency of th: teaching staff and seems to be ceeding better than ever before. The last inspector's report was es- gratifying, as it showed the school in the best condition ever reached in the history of the district. Much credit is also due Principal J. W. Low, for the efficiency attain- ed. At the Lakes There are big companies enjoying the fishing and boating. Several part ies from are there. Mr. Mulloy, of the Bank, of Mont- real, Mr. Jackson, of the Union Bank -and Miss of the Cardston Loan- Co., are all taking their vacations at .the lakes this week, so those remain- ing at the banks have to keep going short one .employee. Des Moines, Aug. publican Iowa wrote herself vigorously progressive today at a convention wiich was la an uproar most of the time. Senators 'Cummins and Deli- ver and .the insurgent delega- tion at Washington, were- en- thusiastically endorsed. Tie tariff law was branded as a failure in the light of the party pledge of 1908. President 'Taft received the most lukewarm endorsement. The progressive majority ranged ciose to 300 on every question. t Dillon, Mont., Aug. of the most sensational attempts at a bank :obbery in the stirring history of Time in the west occurred here at noon to-day, when an attempt was made by a lone bandit to rob the itate Bank of Dillon. The "bandit ode into town about 11.30 o'clock, to the barn of S. S. Patter- on, he fired the barn, and himself urned in a fire alarm. As the entire population of the town was streaming to the scene of the fire the bandit rode toward the bank. He leisurely tied his horse and en- tered the bank, where A. J." Breda was in charge alone. Levelling two guns at the cashier he commanded him to throw up his hands. Mr. Bre- da, however, dodged and made a dash for the door, the outlaw firing at'Tiim as he ran and just missing the bank- er's head. The crowd by this time, was at- tracted by the shooting to the bank, and the desperado, standing- off the people with his six-shooters, reached Ms: horse and at a gallop .'fled down the'street. Turning qouckly toward the hills over a cement crossing the animal slipped and fell, throwing the robber heavily to.the ground, Tender- ing him unconscious. He was remov- ed to the jail. Correspondence on his person, to- gether with Ms description, leads the officers to believe he was the bandit who held up the Oregon Short Line "T1 POLITICAL SCANDAL IN AUSTRALIA Melbourne, Aug. allegations involving govern- ment officials are made con- cerning the operation of a syndicate Avhich assisted in the Victorian government's land purchases in the Cohuna irrigation district. ONTARIO DROWN1NGS Toronto, Aug. McBrat- ney, 16 years of age, was drowned in Lake Sitncoe :by the upsetting of his sail boat. Fred Smith, cook on the schooner Antelope, fell overboard at Vest Market street dock last night and was drowned. RESERVATION OF STORAGE SITES Irrigation Convention Urges Government to Hurry Kamloops, Aug. convention STATEMENT ON IMMIGRATION American Authorities Tell of Movement to and from Canada Washington, 13. Aug.. gration- from .and emigration, to Can- ada is the subject of V statement just issued by -the TJ. S. Immigration bu- reau. During: the twelve months end- ed March last there -were arriv- als of aliens and citizens from Canada for permanent residence in -the United States against during the pre- vious twelve mon'ths. the same per- iod there were departures of aliens and "-from" the United States into Canada-for permanent res- idence against tie previous of the Western Canada Irrigation As- sociation to-day devoted its time to resolutions. One of the most im- portant which was offered by a dele- gate from Calgary, took the form of a request of the governments of the Dominion and British. Columbia to hurry the selection and reservation of water storage sites on crown lands, and also to acquire privately- owned sites which may be required for the purposes of land irrigation. Another resolution requires the di- rector of the Meteorological survey to supply rain guages to observers Alberta and British Columbia that ail accurate, record Of the rain- fall in every district iray be obtain- ed. Calgary will likely be chosen to- morrow as the place of the meeting next year. ft TROUBLES NEVER COME SINGLY Campbellton, N. B., Aug. 4. wind and. rain storm to- day wrecked the tents and soaked the beds and couches, and the people are discourag- ed anew. POSTOFFICE HOURS DURJNG THE FAIR On the last two days of the Leth- bridge Fair, August 10 and 11, the Postoffice win .be open from 8 .to 12 a-m. and the general delivery will be open from 6 to 7 p.m. each day. The lobby will 'be open for ibox-holders all day. COUPLE MARRIED SECOND TIME T'WO COMMITTMENTS FOR TRIAL AT CRANBROOK year. T- j train near Ogden a few weeks ago. A SHEEP RANGE ON A FOREST RESERVE suc- SEVEN LIVES LOST IN A FIRE ON LONG ISLAND Fire 'Started in Hallway Which Was the only Were For- eigners New f York. Aug. lives lost early today in a fire which Destroyed a three-storey lodging hou m the foreign section of Long Island. The blaze hallway, the only rapidly that the chance to escape. W. F. Stevens, provincial live stock commissioner, and F. M. Morgan, stock inspector of the Dominion ani- mals branch of the department of agriculture, had a meeting with a number of South Alberta sheepmen yesterday and discussed the matter of extending the limits of the sheep range. The sheep district is at pres- ent bounded by the Belly River on the north and west and the Interna- tional boundary on the south. The iheepmen want to be allowed to range sheep on the recently created Rocky Mountain forest reserve, ex- tending from the foot-hills to the sum- mit of the Rockies. They maintain that sheep, or stock of any kind, can do no harm to" the reserve, and by eating off the grass and undergrowth, greatly assist in the work of keeping down forest fires. In the wiate'- months they could bring their band down out of the mountains and. few them on the farmers' straw piles. Messrs. Stevens and Morgan wil take the matter up with the depart ment at Ottawa. The meeting yes terday was held in the parlors of the Dallas Hotel. "h .f. .1 THOUSAND CHRISTIANS KJLLED'.IN SYRIA London, A.ug. dispatch from Constantinople, says that Mo- hammedans were killed in a conflict in Troops' >i- rushed from Damascus. Cttssbrook, Aug. Morris Burrell before Jurge Ryan for on a charge of preliminary hearin horse stealing and remanded for trial on 'Saturday .first .before His Honor Judge Wilson. V. Bancroft was also before His Honor on preliminary hearing for a criminal assault committed on a little girl at Wartoer. He was also com- mitted for trial and his hearing will take place later on. Had Been Married Before Some Twenty Years Fernie, Aug. quiet "wedding occurred Wednesday at the Presbyterian manse, J. H. Stevenson and, ;Mary Jane Stevenson, who have 'been stopping at the King Edward hotel for a day or two, were reunited in mar- riage. It is stated that they married nearly 20 years ago, and. a daughter some 15 years of age was with, the couple. The .parties" register- tered from Spokane, and west bound flyer this morning for that city. -r fr 4" PRISONER MADE EASY ESCAPE AT FERNIE SETTLERS ARE SAFEGUARDED. occupied for 3e Jamaico. started In a exit, and spread so- inmates had no The lodging house AUSTRALIA ADOPTS DECIMAL SYSTEM Wants To Have It Adopted Through The Whole Empire. Melbourne, Aug. House of Representatives fcy 35 to 2 adopted resolutions favoring the adoption of the system in Australia. They decided to endeavor to seek the approval of the Im- perial conference for the adop- tion of -the system throughout the empire. ENTRIES ARE COMING FAST EMPLOYMENT OFUBORERS Chief Of Police Will Deal Trades and Labor Council for Building- the Aldersyde Ex- tension A. Cazier, .the .contractor, who is in the city, says that the contract for the completion of the Aldersyde branch of the C.P.R. which was let the other day, was taken by Foley, Welch and Stewart. Practically all the contractors in (Special to the Herald) [jumping his 'board and lodging, and Fernie, Aug. McKfnnon. Iis sti11 at large. The escape was not charged with forging the name of John Breckenridge, the railroad con- tractor, Michel. now operating near to a cheque on the Imperial Bank at that place, and who was brought to Fernie and lodged in the little coop7 called a provincial jail, to hearing, took advantage of Jailer Johnson, of discovered .until Constable Johnson returned late in the evening from the bush fire. A case of opium smoking and keep- ing a joint for that purpose, is engag- ing the attention of. Judge Wilson's TEDDY IS TOLD ABOUT BIG FAMILIES Roosevelt Visits Many Mining Towns In Pennsylvania Wilkesbarre, Pa., Aug. 3.-Theodore Roosevelt travelled for 150 miles to- day among the mountain mining towns in the Wyoming valley. He mingled with people in of life, from the breaker boys who earn a few dollars a week to society wo- who are spending the summer at Glen Summit Springs. Late to-night he started back to Oyster Bay. An incident typical of the day's happenings occurred at Wyoming, a fining hamlet. An old. Irish woman stepped him, and thrusting out1" her hand, exclaimed. "Hello, Teddy, you're looking 1 The former president .grinned with delight and said he was glad to 'see her, too. "You're looking' he said. "Yes, said .she. 'Tin strong as you are, and you're a >fine lump." The colonel drove away, still smiK ing- In all, the colonel through fifteen towns today. John Mitchell, former president' of the United Mine Worker's Of America; the Rev. Father J. J. Cumin; of Wilkesbarre, and the Rev.' Father' J. J. O'Donnell, of'.LoweU, Pa., rode in the automobile with him. Mother of Five At Pittston, a town of Mrs. Mary Logan, an elderly woman, push-. ed through the crowd until she aged-to reach the colonel's side. "I'm the mother of five she said. "Fine, Colonel Roosevelt ex- claimed. He grasped her hand; hard-' j- ened by years of heavy work, peered' into her faded blue eyes and' said 'i "Don't, you know my opinion' is that the average American is-always' a pretty good citizen, -hut many times his wife is a better and as the automobile moved away the ex- president took, off'his .hat to the min- er's .wife who was the mother of five children. At Duryea, which is populated al- most entirely by miners, the neat ap- pearance of the settlement pleased Colonel Roosevelt immensely. At .the. home of Mrs. Frank Kowalcezeck he found six women already there and Alberta, including Mr. Cazier in bids. One of the specifications, says Mr. Cacier, was that the work be done by bona fide settlers and if, there is an insufficiency Of settlers to j carry it through the successful bid- ders to carry it out themselves. Sub- letting to otter .contractors is forbid- den. The work is to commence right away. had gone with four men to extinguish a small 'bush fire near Lizard Creek yesterday afternoon, and by removing the nuts from the bolts which held Pui; j the 'bar across the door, succeeded in court this afternoon. After examining I good many others rushed in. is the several Chinese witnesses, it wa thought foest to secure some chicken th which to bind the celestials t tell the truth, and Prosecutor Me Taggart will have an interesting tim of it in his efforts to get the tru hy anoth- remarked that he would prefer to j i or regiment of cavalry and two bat-. TO ASK BALLINGER TO RESIGN Chicago, Aug. Murray W. Crane, who is generally supposed to have come west for the purpose of intimating to Secretary of the Interior Ballinger that the secretary's resignation from the cabinet would .be to the interest of the republican party, returned east today. -Just before leaving he refused either to deny or confirm the report that lie had asked Ballinger for his resignation. HOW COMPANY GOT EMPLOYEES deal with the matter through the Trades and Labor Council if possible. Than through the employment agenc- ies. The idea met with general ap- and in addition to the special meeting being called, the president YOUNG LADY KILLED AND CHURCH talions of H A regiment of in- colonel was about to leave after talk- ing with the women of "their home life, he turned to one, and pointing to John Mitchell, who was at his. side, he said "Do you know who he is 1 He is John Mitchell." Kneels to Mitchell The woman started as she heard1 the name of the man who is idolized by so many miners. Then she for- got Colonel Roosevelt completely. With a cry she fell on her knees be- fore the miner, clutched his" han-ds and kissed them again and again. Mr. Mitchell raised.her to her feet, shook her hand and- backed out of the -house. For the remainder of the trip he kept in the background. At Avondale Colonel Roosevelt spent the happiest moments of the day. The population consists chiefly >f children, and they gathered about im in clusters.. 'Little Annie Mc- ,aughlin rushed up breathlessly. "My mama wants you to come right in nd see she "cried. "She has got 2 children." The distinguished foe of race sui- cide grasped his hat and hastened to the little house. Mrs. McLaughlin was ready for him, and in proof of her assertion she produced seven chil- dren of various ages. The other five were not at home, and she begged arnl secretary were appointed a com- BURNEDi W3S ordered to San Se- I bastian from Vittoria. Both Gen. Fierce Electrical Storm Hits Quebec! the Capiaon-Ocneral Of Cata-j Loss i Ionia, and Count Sagasta, the Min- M. Croix. Quebec. Aupr. Interior, will go to San yesterday's electrical At Sar-I colonel's pardon. On the parlor table storm the resi-'- Scbasiian br in immediate charge mittec TO interview the mayor re the Idence of Mr- Omer Lac-rois case of disorder: The government a youny lady visitor in-j believes that ihu Cariists and the The house was .badly i memheri of religious orders nia Tell What They Know Sarnuj. Aug. strike- entered Canada and were breakers matter of license. The editor of the struck and Labor Bulletin, by motion of the delegates, was call- ed to time for what was considered an injudicious editorial in ais last issue, which conveyed the impression i The of Our LadyU'hieh are numerous :n. ,feacred struck and Spain arc openly inciting northern j was a book, the title of which was I printed in gilt letters on the cover. It read: "The Life of Theodore j Roosevelt, Intellectual Giant." The colonel picked up the book and said j he was in no way responsible for it. arrested and pur in jail. Thev appear-' T, vaf t As party climbed into the auto- ed oeioro Magistrate Gorman this af-jm0bile a breaker boy came up ,at full ternoon and all pleaded guilty to the charge of giving raise infonnafion and speed. "Stop Stop he cried breathlessly. "There's a woman were remanded for sentence. that Lethbridge is a badly organized city, in spite of the fact that there are union men the city filiated with the A. F. of L., and a number of others that are aot. A find attempt to orgaize the laun- dry workers m the city will be made. PERMIT TO BUILD John Rollo, Torrance avenue dwel- ling, JSOO. uu me and burned TO the ground.; lowers into revolt. The governors of loss is estimated at j Basque Provinces and the adjoining that rhf-y had gathered of wavarre today isjued all the way from Minneapolis und BODY IDENTIFEID AS THAT OF MRS. CRfcPPEN London.. Aug. evidence that the body found in HilMrop Crescent is that of Mrs. Crippen is secured as the hair found has been iden- tified as hers. j drrs 10 the members of all the muni- jcipaliiics of the provinces to warn the Rorsan Catholics against assem- bling or entering the city Of Saa Se- bastian with arms, ancl that the most energetic measures would be taken to repress any attempt at a manifes- tation. Kansas City TO Port Huron. Java coffee is being successfully raised in an erperimental way in Porto Rico. It appears it was represented to thero that the strike was over and they declare they were deceived. They were supplied with necessary money and qualification but had to pay it back after coming into Canada. It would j dow31 the who has got 18 chil- dren and she wants to see you." But it was getting late, and Colon- el Roosevelt had to proceed without seeing her. More than 20-candle power incandescent lamp filaments can be from a single pound of tanta- lum. CHIEF WILL VISIT THE IMMIGRATION STATIONS Washington, Aug. General Keefe of the TJ. S. Immigra- tion Bureau will leave Saturday on an inspection tour of the immigration stations. He will visit Xew York, Bos- ton, St. John, N. B., Halifax, Qu'ebec, Montreal, Toronto, Lewiston and Ni- agara Fails. ;