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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I. A 4 A-j'vijb;? VOL II. I.ETHBRIUOK, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, AUQ. 7, IN9 PURVEYORS ACTIVEIN PASS Sora^ing Crcw� ^At Of Coleman Stars and Stripes In Edinburgh 1- fAimlo'n. � Aug.' 6.-At' �i' Inncho'on i't.(!7i(l�rt;d tlu! Canmlmii. b"y tourist to-iiJuv. lit liilinbuiph, Mr; Wm. Mac-�^Kcn/ic, in rffcrrinif to French Caii-Vuliffiia, siiid they nomber tlirofi iiiil-,J*f)ns and would stand bytho^ E^i-Sj)iri! ill time of .troubliiw- Rt'ferriiig;,,Ohi ion J�ck was flying., T)�?. only..fault luntry was tfiat tlJoy ^ ffl^ ihou^'h (-(^thusiasm to wave the okl lag.  � � - ^ � 5" (SlWiai to the HeraW.) Spokane, Aug.: 6.-The Crow's Nest Pass District of Alberta and British Cbluiiibid yearly �i^owing Itself as,the source of the world's greatest eoft coal supply. Each season seesii one or more coal vein.s opened up itf^-'-te^.^Cw^^^ itnd \Morked by niutnng companies to' a profit. The increasing tonnage of .^ailmads oriterin^ what is commonly known as "The OroV am ROBBEKS CRAOC SAFES IN OfY Bold .Fellows Visit Two '111, t:f:>�,f a|^iiei--L � v^lf^ -'9 ,, At Night and Carry Away ii4il^ HiBtngers On The boldest, casg of sufy crackinjg l�Iwitli the box. The explosion dam �ei-vice to the empire during^the Iti ^jjossesaion offering him a Jctiightha fewdays ago, anid that tiiey are hangers on o' Cole Bro�. Circus, tliat was in the city yesterday. . . . At tilt' Taylor Milling Co.'s offiof-the window was .forced open. Nitr^ glyciirine ^oap, and ail the other essentials tilew the Jioor oK^the 8af|. The money box was taken and brokeji out a.t 'one of the spur tracks and wiis found' thfs iiiibrhirigr ' ' . | About 150 in'cash was taken but tlie '^eqimi..au4^tjiet,pap?ris,jyj3ift. M m (new. BriclL^jfflcu. oiftnaiderablj^'. il&i'faylMuS^'^ the%roken wj (o�^s._ It will bC; rememberedj^tl lit' company erected a fine ne-ir'b: Didn't Gkt Much Hare An entrance wasjforced in the sam^ ^y'^ilfaWe-^t^ffife's^ffiBSrefs iflice, the fastening of the window Hb-ig bryl|^. ||i8id� , the window la to this and left tfte impression of his .stocking feet on tie loor. The safe jliflfc is never lock A the till was forced open and t e ron bo* priecti; out of- th^-iiafe. T e ^ox wai>t1*l|||$jlHhWofflce as In he case Of the Taylor Milling Ob. rid It has not as yet been 'rocovor* J. [ere the robbtsra |j?t only $2.65 i ^r heir trouble but.a lot of valuable ^ i-lers were ^taken; with the iron be t. IVninng these papers was a*^ not* I ir 011,000 due Jan. 3nd, imo,'signed y Iklchard Rcinhard^ ;and , Ida GraiA, ellow* stepped THE UNIVERSITY payable to Gustavo J. Hansel), dated Bowbels, N. Dak., June 24th or 25th, 1909; There were also contracts, agree ments of sale, and the deeds for lots 36 and 37) block 60 in this city, a mortgage to secure the note mention ed above,' and a |20(r note with a $100 endorsement signed G. J., Hansch, payable at 'Bowbels, N. Dak., some insurance papers, several deeds for North Dakota property; The^Gitizens Lumber Co.'s certificates - and the certificates of the Citizens State Bank of North Dakota. However Mr. Hansch considers his loss to be very small as the papers can bsthliridge played the! choson pieces and "Dolcino Waltzes,'; !*' and tho "F.F.C.C." quickstep. Mr; Kl,ton, choirmaster oJ the Prcs- 1 bytcrian chui-ch, was the judge, ^mi j his decision' w08 a popular one. Ue did not faavci to v (Special to _tbe Herald) _________ _ "Grassy 1.^146.. - Aujr.;;'6;-^Afc.'i^*|^^ -.....______ iisit a lew friends *>^y'^ waii p^lflwttiK throu^ and take dvo hours to come to his tliC Grassy l,ttke district^ the oUter decision, as" was the case in Winni- ''�J' llie child's mbuth wiis a little swollen, .and ,h|s.face slightly scratoiied, but othcrwiie?h!e.)Wa8 apparently all right . The Marchers carried^ him out in triumph.. There was great cheer- . ing on the, roads and then between 1,000 and started td return . to Halifax-iwhile doctors and the boy's father took charge ol the wanderer, who for' 52 hourR had been alone in tho forest. All important deal was put through when the Brandon steam laundry passed into the hands of W. T. Brock general agent, of Winnipeg, and W. H. Hurley of Regina. ' . Irrigation Convention Unanimously Favors � � AJb�1ka-; The third annual conwntion ,..f ili^(^J!l',;t^.l^!rn|"'i^ cementing togetlier the iyyigation iri-fcreSts of tlie three westei^ p'rpyipcps and the results are best; kjapwh;5lo those , who were ^ directly- interested in tile convention, The aftt.'rnoon session yesterday, which was the closing session was a short one. The paper which was to have been given the evening before by C. W. Peterson of Calgary on "The placi" of. Irrigation on Sub-liumid Districts" was not rcttcl as Mr. Peterson li.ul t . Before the vote was taken Hon. F. J. l-'ulton', a, nienc|l^r, of ^tln^, British|| Columbia'GoVerhment' spoke briefly; and said that the matter was not a new one as the goveriiimehL.had b�!iBri seriously considering it for two or three years. As yet they could not see their way clear to establish it as tliere were other things besides the mere establishing of the colege. 'The government had the matter in. mind and ho J�op�id that before very long something would be done. HAIL DOES DAMAQE Killarney, Man., Aug. 6.-A Violent thunder storm aacoinpanied by heavy rain and hail, passed over this district last night. No serious damage was done in the town. A number of telephones and electric lights were put out of commission. Tlie greatest .damage was done southeast of the town, by hail, about 5,000 acres tributary to Killarney, suffering more or less. A number of fanners will commence cutting on Monday.  Yesterday aftemjoon Sergt.' Detective Pat Egan.of tlie R. N. W. M. P. and the city police-put a hanger"T�ie gPttsi wos'up to my^^tlr^upu.' J Land that can produce aacS^^\/vgM&^''^, ^ tioii can pwluc^.. onythinjr ^ tWat Vi� ;,;;,Beipw this rich,fertile iiM'-^ol^^i'iSm^ a clay^subsoil, and douiKir yot iH"-^ " ' rich brick clay wWch the Ijnpw4*i i > ^^^^^^ Bfick;Co.vhas:.'tik�B �dvantiKfe:o^f^'.f.'fM^ PaclaratiottOf R. a Bmnett, K. ort�uit rcsiiurco i� Utti ''' ^f.' abundant'supply/of.'coati'i^.':'^!^^ Ikatchowan-.Alkorta . Colliericfi 'Lter' jkiwp ^ Ui�e staff;of miiMniflciMtMt-~t ly at work in the coulee  mile nad' Vancouver pujK'r ja half south of town. 'TOoy havo put., i iwn onlff a m6nth; up several no* bull of the West-: conccrtiod destjived credit; for tern Cknada IrtSlation Association' quick work', over which he presided as' chairman. Mr. Bennett was speaking of the value of such conventions as was closing and after speaking of their CITY AND OltrltlCT l^hc South AMjcrtu L,umber (co (k�mand from othnr point�i;Cai^ scai^il ly bo Hupplici) ' oven irking ih^t'; 'and day. { Coal may further be dug ftlOBtt^thii; edges of the coulees. Steam ptown laro never luiid od around (Jmssy Lake  for Want of fuel. ^  ', Location ot atatian value in influencing public, opinion , ��ivo i�ceivod a carload of wood llhre j l,ast Thuraduy Mr. Drury.ionginoer and also the opinions of those who r>l��ter and plaster of parts. jol tbo Uoiml of Railway Conimissipn- were in authority he .spoke of their The Alberta governniont has a spec-'^"P'" *fat�irg and ResWent, Kn- value in that they got men together lai detoctjve following Cole Brothers M. L. JSaismith left this afternoon. , . ,, ;, i , ,. , ii 11 � .1 .. Board of 'I rado hal ami there was it- better. He spoko eloquently of the on a hu.s nuss tr p to W luiipog.  " " - � . f PickeU May � BeLoitereri Glace Bay, Aug 6.-Pickets for the Jii ,11; W. may find the law. consifiers them to be mere Joiterers. Tliirty-four men were arrested at No. 3 niinc last night charge4 .with loitering on the streets. These men were at the tinlc doing picketijig duty for the U. M. W. of A. Pickets are detailed by a striking labor organisation to patrol in the vicinity ofnhc works where the strike occurs to watch for men going to'and coming from work and their instructions are to converse with these men with a view to indut^ them to desist from work and join the striking organisation. In Glace Bay there is a bylaw which prohibits loit^.Ting on the street after twelve at midnight. The Dominion Coal Company's iioHce who are county constables gathered in-'the U. M; . pickets at No. 2., The U, M. W. say eth police committee had no aiithor-ity to'appoint the police who made-the arrests. The thirty-four pickets wil be tried on August 16, when judg-irtoht will be deliV'ered. ' great natural resources of British Columbia which he was prepared to admit were the' of any province in Canada. He then dilated upon the wealth stored up in the natural tesourcetJ of Albert.a, and in this (joniieetion ho spoke of Loth-bridge. After making the above statement, which was heartily concurred witJi by most of tho delegdtes, he iHiid that the statement was based' on the , evidence , of hi.story. Where one sees collieries clustered there will always be found a very large and wealthy city and everything points to a great future for Lethbridge. He went on to .speak of the wealth, in the prairies of Saskiitchewan and | said that $100,000,000 a year let loose .from the prairie farms of the West \yas a very potent force in the development of the country. The election of officers which was the principal, business of the closing session after thie resolutions had been dispo.sod of, resulted us follows: Honorary President.: His Honor Lie^utenant Governor Dunamuir. President: Hon. F. J. Fulton, Kani-loops, B.C. First Vice President; J. S. Dennis. Second Vice President: A.M.Grace. Treasurer: C.>V- HisUainore, Man-.j ager of tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce,,.,, KamloopSx^iB. ,,C,,5K�.vt5 Executive CAmn^eo:':' W| ^l^" Riijar^s do, R. B. Bennetiti W. Fairiiel^f J. T. Robinson:i!g|-B, Knkht, Xi0' Meigheii,';;C. ^W. !feteT8o|| Acar8�iage\ Rev. T. P. .Perry unitOd in marriage Tbos. Tcasdalo of this city and Margaret Robertson, of Winnipeg, rhc.y will reside in the North Ward. The sorvjcei^ at the llar>ti�t church on Sunday are as followjs : Morning, 11 a.m., evening 7.30 p.m. Sunday school and Adult Biblo class meet at 8 Rev. .K. C. T. McKcnzio will preach in the morning' livening service, will tic conducted by one of the laymen of the church. .Scats and books iroo. All aeo li^ai-tily welcome. MooiiB�( .'iiore t�day of the judges w�nt. , Atr. W. Salvage' hat lecemly pur-, chased an uutoiiioi,ilc and is now ijusy bix'aking records and things Miss Umlorwood has orrivwl from ttie ^Id country.>iand is staying w.ith Mr. and .Mrs. t'n^rwood at the, hotel. Messrs. Drury. .Uaharg and Mcl-eod while in town on Thursday drove out to the bricliyard with Messrs W./ Salvage and G. P. Pof-ter, where the o|>erati(Nis wore watched with great interest. Tho party afterwards vfslt,-ed the cottl mines. Our visitors were , very enthusiastic over the�e sigaa Ol industry in Gr�ssy take. Gu8 Sniiili was in town today and purchasea^ agricul- The Maunsell cattle outfit ar�-lure. Tl^ will Mtartlfjiid^^hs tho ho- tounding up to cut beef for shippinK: �miing ;'1(�f' n Wco|Jl5'' i^pbc judgos on tho Hth. 'IVioy expect to ^ip^ ^ U. ,;|I. dilution;; l^Qomlx;, Sutler-i al>out three thousand head this fall.. i|t�Kk|ni Exiwrimeiital i^ami ; Albert j The branch olHce of the Union bank .^u^hcitail, Uowden ; .ilugfai Macinti|eh, i which oiKinod here a 'ow immths ago ^ ifaclcod ; T. H. Woolford, Cural^^'on: I has proved' to bti a great benefit tq iy. C. McKi^ioan, Cal0iiry . Carruthers, .f.I'., f�r ^ assaulting an old man named Straku on tho lattor's homestead about 30' niilos south-oast of here. Strakai Complained to tho police and ithonian was fined |5 and costs with the altornativv of a month ,iu prison. On "Frklu.v Ooorgo Scburcs^ias aen-toncoil to 1-1 days hard labor for puU ing a gun on a man hauiod NiklUaa, � 'l^'m also look place in the couatry^ \ 'IHiis is the second conviction �K�iBBt Schorc since he came to this opontry, ; from the States last April. Hia do- . portatipn will l)o recommended by < "' J' tl�3 justices, V. 11. Wesrt aCMl P- 0�r- ^ I rutihoi's, who tried him,' ��� - John Ellis, the: man who was siruisl^' ' by the eastbound C. P. R. express tin t ^' \yednosday night; a mile outdde' of' Regina, succumbed to his injuries ;