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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Hie Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL 1909 201 SURVEYORS ACTIVEIN PASS Surveying Crews Atj Stars and Stripes In Edinburgh luncluon tinCaniuliun boy tourist tu at Mac in to French Xn said tiny number three mil and would stand by the Km piri in time of Referringto th ROBBERS CRACK SAFES IN CITY Bold Fellows Visit Two Concerns At Night and Carry Away Circus Hangers On Abridge fend Took First boldest casu of salV cracking t In The explosion diimagr payable to Gustavv dated fiiot that the Stars and Stripes md robbery in of tlie city j the new June 24th or Work At the West Of Coleman to b seen waving over various injis in Mac Krnzir sakl that nobody Woulu stay hotel iir Canadaunless j iou Jack was j he had tu finds with peophi of this Special to the Crows Nest Pass of Alberta and British Columbia yoarly itself the souroof the worlds greatest soft coal Each season sees one or more coal veins opened up by mttjiuy companies to a The increasing tonnage of 1pie enteringwhat is commonly known as The Crow am ply evidences the increasing output The the of the great transcontinental rail roads to enter this built its Crows Pass in James Hill since the mines through the British Columbia Southern constructed in the oi Only within the last few builder of the Spokane Falls and Northern rail and lately the Spokane Inter has built a Hue McGillivray and running south V his coal later to be extended to extreme boundary rush for coal will no doubt be redonbj led when the now before the goes into and the opportunity to get coal is open to all American transcontin ental railroads as well as the Can now being Certain it is that the railroads must have coal and therefor activity in rail was that they had enthusiasm To wave the not old TELEGRAPHIC BRHEFS v At Carl six year old son of William Wil drowned while bathing thtWhite Mud The William Walton WHO bur ied at Thursday ai He was born and was an officer in East India Companys ondissolution of which he held an appointment in the Indian He rehdeWclvaluable to the empire during the In dianmutiny papers in Eis f offering him a took place last night sometime be tween the hours 10 oclock and 1 I It will to replace broken win be rumcmbered and tin safes cracked and contents i were i Taylor loss in this There were also agree ments of and the deeds for lots 36 and block 60 in this a mortgage to secure the note mention ed and a note with a endorsement signed payable at some insurance several deeds for North Dakota The Citizens when the offices of the Tayivdows It the Citizens the company erected a fine new brick Lumber Company broken into Didnt Get Much Mere An entrance wasforced in the same police say jLhat the burglars into Lumber experts who understood the fastening of the window be deiail of their They are ping the window a also of the opinion that it is the work of water had Jxen left and the KifUson members of tlu City went to Alacleod yesterdut und suc Ueedod in liftingthe first in the band The rules of the competition allowed all bands in Southern Alberta to compete but only and lAthbrklye bands The bands had to play the selection a set of waltzes and a Ijothhridge played the chosen pieces artel Uolcino and the choirmaster of the Pres byterian was the his decision was a popular He SITE FOR STATION Officials a Visit To Lake Pay Special to the Herald Grassy expert few friends buyerwho was through certmcatvs of the ami take five hours to come to his district the other Lumber certificates and the J did not have to visit a of North However i as was of tin gang who did the same stunt at Calgarya and that they are hangers on o Cole into thisand left theHansch considers his loss to be very but the case in Winni said It beats anything L seen in any I have Handed it out within five of his stocking feet on the The safe heie i never locked case of the Taylor Milling it has not yet been that was in the city yosterso the till was forced open and the Jr011 pried out of the The At txTaylor Milling office ijbox ifom the office as in the window was forced Nitrojth and all the other sentials blew the door the i Here the robbers gpt only for The money box was taken and broken itheir trouble a lot of valuable pa out ut one of the spur tracks and wasipers were taken with the iron found this mornings these papers was a note f6r About in catfi was taken but the I due signed by cheques and fpundi pilchard Keinhard Ida small as the papers can be dupricatj minutes of tbe close of the driven Chief Gillespie received a wire from the chief at Calgary ask ing him to look outfor circus men offering for sale and to arrest and return at his These fellows were endeav oring to sell diamonds yesterday and have been doing all along the They are a bad bunch are ex perts in their particular department of east and west id everywhere I barley and ilax in the pink Of and this is to nothing of the garden t consider condjt on of this years crops in drossy Iake is unbeaten upon Through tlit whole season steam The Macleod band boys are a tine plowing gasoline engines and lot of fellows and left no stone Plows with horses and turned our boys a wood have been and are stUl hard at work They returned on the this mom breaking the virgin soil of the Grassy A landseeker riding in This makes the City Band prize 1rOm Grassy winners for the third takinga second in third in Winnipeg I and the first at A combined band concert and dance was given in the whea the City Band appeared and received a great WANT COLIiGE APART FROM THE UNIVERSITY road construction to the mines of the Crows Nest District must in crease each For some time past several surveying crews have been in the about two miles west of Cole and rumors have it that the Great Northern railroad or some other American transcontinental railroad j is about to enter tho Crows Nest The charter now held by the j Canadian railroad indi Irrigation Convention Unanimously Favors Distinct Agricultural School In Alberta Thethird annual convention th the termin us oi the branch line which thcy will build to utp the Crows Nest Coal It is a known j fact that the Northern and Canadian Northern are working to gether and soniithin can nndoubt tiHly be lookod forward to in the matter of through service over these Western Canada ImgatiGJti is over The convention as a whole was n suc cessful one and did much cementing together the irrigation in terests of the three western provinces and the results are best those who were directly interested in The afternoon session which was the closing session was a The paper which to have been riven the evening before by Peterson of Calzary on The nlacr of Irrigation on Subhumid Dis was not read as Peterson tc take thf afternoon ft therefore ordered to be hlfd published in the Therf being no more papers to be the convention proceeded to take upthe the resolutions CHILD FOUND EATING OI It Culmination of Exciting Episode at Halifax excite The first to come up for discussion was the one dealing with the ihat agricultural college of Al moved and seconded by of Calgary and Pilling and reads as That in view of the growin portance of irrigation and the enor briefly seconded the He expressed the belief in the inspirational work of an agri cultural and lor that reason thought better to have from any other college or Irrigation is a very important branch of agriculture in Alberta and it would be i mistake not to include it in the and practical work of the agricultural i The motion carried without any fur ther those who may have any opposition to it their view to themselves and the m tiMi through The convention passed a resolution also the government of British GOT LETHBRIDGE TO BE ALBERTAS SECOND CITY the Fakir Only Gave a Bracking Yesterday aftempo i Detec tive Pat Epin the a IK the city police put a hangeron show with the Cole circus out of They put up yarn to Chief Gillespie guaranteeing that the affair was straight and promised to close up if he found put was The circus who is sup posed to protect the innocent find un wary from sharks found Egan aiui proceeded to tt11 him the show was to an and wanted him to come That in ti tioti speedy steps should be taken the Government of British Columbia toward the establishment of a Pro vincial Agricultural College wherein The resolution passed j Egan went to see it in his own way and got m behind to watch opinion f this saw it was the rankest jkiad of a sure being worked I by springs that would produce any desired As a part of the game Silliker went in uniform instruction in the proper fana put jown his half dollar and methods of applying water shall inent has prevailed in Halifax for the j in irrigated past two days which ig unprecodentj Jf it vnt fin WivInosrlAV aft At one oclock Wednesday af ternoon Earl a six year disappeared from a picnic crowd of Park Street Presbyterian Sunday During that afternoon there were more or less searching and at night a squad police search ed the woods with Yes terday it became more and one hundred and cit izens tramped the from morn ing to night but found no of the Tt was felt that today Kogers in moving the resolution remarked that he thought it was time that there was an agricul tural college In British Ag that the agricultural college of the riculture in his Prince is different Province of Alberta should be located oaf the The of at a point where the necessary aaa of irrigable lands can be included in the college iarrn in order that instruc tion may be given land in the fertile valleys costs in its raw state from to an and as thr farms as a rule do not students in jhecontlin more tnan farm be j sure the officer gets five dol j said the manager and he handed out the Egan went up iti clothes sni in his liulf dollar and got a brass ring worth about half a hp Im a constable f did not know that said the Kgan located the of whom i mcr necessarily be practice aiui theory ot tho artificial J The farmer therefore needs the best application of water to appl Tregillus in moving the reso lution said that in Alberta we have immense areas of irrigable lands and have and are spending great woudbethe crucial dav and of mone in projects Thousands of people arecoming to who morning hundreds of people went to while by this afternoon it was estimated that more than a thousand were engaged in the under the command of of the Royal Canadian Regi At four oclock this afternoon a heavy downpour of rain and j live live on these on irrlgatiecl People lands main there being contented and pros perous where the element of risk is entirely The settlers therefore who come to these irrigated lands in Alberta are not educated in of technical training in order to make the of their Fruit raising and irrigation are very im portant factors there and an agricul tural college would assist very much as had been mentioned in the discus sion on the college in Alberta in edu cating the new people In seconding the resolution Galloway said that he believed that the government had been consider ing the matter and he believed that ns there is such a large irrigable area in the provicne that there will be a there were several and to him and the detec exclaimed Youre and gave the fellow the tip to Chief Gillespie ordered him to close up his joint which he did fasterthan no ever took a half dollar from an innocent rural The detective afterwards said that they had been running that show all over the States and Canada and it is the first time tho police ever caughton to from Coulee the other day said grass was up to my can produce such lion can produce Below this rich fertile soil we a clay and deeiKT yet is rich brick clay which the Imperial Brick has taken advantage of by establishinga plant half milo south of the Another important resource is tfc abundant supply of Tbe Sus katchewanAlberta Collieries Lul r j keep a large staff of miners coastant ly at work in the coulee a mile and Lethbridge will be the second city as published by a Vancouver paper j ahalf south of They have put in Alberta in twelve or fifteen and sent them down only a P several new buildings aod the ex is the prophecy i ago and yet the staff has been of who made thiaUtatcthe printed minutes back for theidomand fron othr scarce ment publicly in his remarks when He thought that those working closing the conventiouof the Westconcerned deserved credit the Declaration Of Of Cal gary At Irrigation Convention Elected tern Canada Irrigation Association quick over which he presided as Bennett was speakingof the value of auch conventions as was just closing and after speaking of their value in influencing opinion a carload of wood fibre and also the opinions of those who Plaster and plaster of were in authority he spoke of their The government has a spec ial detectjxe following Cole Brothers CITY AND DISTRICT The Alberta value in that they got together from different parts of the country and they got to know other parts j left this afternoon He spoke eloquently of the on a business trip to great natural resources of British A Foster has commenced cutt Columbia which he was prepared to I ing his fine crop of admit were thegreatest of any pro vince iii H then dilated urjon the stored up in the na tural tesources of and in this bridj connection he spoke of Leth After making the above state was heartily concurred with by most of the he said that the statement was based on the evidence Where one sees collieries clustered there Hcv MurraV of will preach at Knox church Sunday morning arii At tho even ing service Simm and Flern ingwill The Harbor upon a site highly sutisfac Coal may further be dug along the edges of the Steam plows are never laid oil around Grassy Tjake for want of Location ot Station TvUst Thursday engineer o the Board of Railway Commission jMatoarg and Resident En gineer McLeod visited Grassy Lake und met the Board of Trade and cit A meeting was called in the Board of Trad hall there was a very large attendance iu order the highly important f theproposed site of new Many speeches were treating with the proposition from all points of As a result there is no thai the station be Messrs Kelly ami PfafT tory to the majority of our citizens returned as well as the railway The still no trace of But irrigation and need education 9n thw chnir for irrigation five oclock this afternoonone of i An Agricultural colege that a squad of a mile back in isc without having fncil the woods from the picnic grounds saw a child seated on a rock eating His face was smeared with He looked so contented that the man thought it could not be the lost What is your name he asked is he came up to the Earl replied with non The childs mouth was a little swol len and his face slightly but otherwise he was apparently all right The searchers carried him out There was great cheer ing on the roads and then between and men started to return to Halifax Awhile doctors the boys lather took charee of the wan for this branch of knowledge and training will be sadly lacking in its equipment to do its whole It is in the interests of every one in Alberta for it is patent to all that the consumer treads very closely to tho heels of the producer and their relations arc very closely bound to Irrigation wil help very much in advanced farming and the time u past when anyone can be n farmer whether he is educated or Agri culture as it is today gives full scope for tho brainiest and cleverest of men There ft nothing better for a com munity than compnct communities snch as are in irrigated districts where the people can enjoy every mo dern convenience and Tt is Before the vote was taken a member of the Columbia Government spoke briefly and said the matter was not a new one as the boon seriously considering it for two or three As yet they could not see their way clear to establish it as there were other things besides tho mere establishing of tho The government had the matter in mind and he hoped that before very long something would be HAIL DOES DAMAGE vio lent thunder storm accompanied by hoavyrain and passed over this district last No serious dam ace was done in the A who for 52 hours had been alone the duty of citizens to help build up her of telephones and electric lights in An important deal was put through when the Brandon steam laundry into the hands of Brock general of and Hurley of ouch It is thus seon wore put out of that the larger inkrests of the pro vince wil be furthered by giving the people a chance to get education in farming by irrigation an agricultur al Pillimr in the of greatest fdarnage was done southeast of the by about acres tributfuy to Buffer ing more or A number f farm ers will commence cutting on Mon Pickets May Be Loiterers Glace Aug for the may find the considers them to be mere Thirty fotir men wore arrested at 2 mine last night charged loitering on the These men were at the time doing picketing duty for the of Pickets are detailed by a striking labor organization to pa trol in the vicinity works where the strike occurs to watch for men go ing to and coming from work and their instructions are to converse with these men with a view to induce them to desist from work and join the striking In Glace Bay there is a bylaw which prohibits loitering on the street after twelve at The Dominion Coal Companys polico who are coun ty constables gathered in the pickets at The say eth police committee hod no author ity to appoint the police who made the The thirtyfour pickets wii be tried on August when ment will be will always be found a very large and wealthy city and everything points to a great future for He went on to speak of the wealth in prairies of Saskatchewan and said a year letloose the prairie farms of the West was a very potent force in the de velopment of the The election of officers which was the principal business of the clos ing session after the resolutions had been disposed resulted as follows Honorary President His Honor Lieutenant Governor President Kani First Vice President i Second Vice President j Treasurer Man j ager of the Canadian Bank of Com Executive Committee Ricar Accord ing to the resolution passed the convention a permanent secretary will be appointed by the executive committee Votes of thanks were passed to the the Dominion Government and the Provincial the May or and City of the Board of the management of the ex perimental farm and and to tho In the course of the brief speeches made hero there were frequent pleas ant references to Loth bridge and the district commenting on the rapid growth and development was chosen tlvnext place of Hall in moving vote thanks to the Dominion Government for publishing tho minutes of tho last convention paid a compliment this morning business trip to new 5 standard station when built will be a credit to Grassy Ar Wesley church tomorrow morni and will be appreciated iny of the iby it a felt will principal of Alberta i Salvage hat itcently pur will the preacher in the chased an automobile did is now On Thursday evening at Wesley ijbusv breaking records and church parsonage Miss Underwood has just arrived united in marriage Teasdale from the old country3anti is staying of this city and Margaret with and the of They will reside in the North i Maharg and McLeod The services at the Baptist church j while in town on Thursday drove on Sunday are as follows to the brickyard with Messrs 11 evening Sunday j Salvage and where the school and Adult Bible class meet at operations were watched with great 3 McKcnzic will The party afterwards visit preach in the Evening serj ed the coal Our visitors were vice will be conducted by one of the j very enthusiastic over these signs laymen of the books All Meeting here Seats and industry in Grassy are heartily i Gus Smith was in town today and today of the judges purchased a now Doering for the field competition held by the ht has 140 acres of grain The judgesto and will start on the barloy by the branch of this Agricultural are supplied department of agriculj The MaunselJ cattle outfit are They will start judging tbo be toundittg up to cut beef for of noxt The judges on tho They expect to ship are Superabout three thousand head this fall mtendtnt Exjwrirnental Fann Albert The branch office of the Union bank Bowden Hugh which olened here a Jew months ago Cardston has proved to be a great to Calgary chair the community at who has charge of all the Cases in Court Tn Match and Coons window On Thursday Heinrich Matter was before exhibit of grains grasses grown assaulting Old man named Straka at How Island which is attracting j Wl thc jattcrs homestead about 20 display milos southeast of Straka includes and corn all of which was complained to the police and the fu and costs with the grown on land that was broken after j alternative 01 a month in Each is well filled out and On Friday George sen an iaborXfor pulj Frank the auctionj ing a gun on a man named has hoop favored with instruc This also took place in the tions from Ludike of This is the second conviction to wil a largenumber of i Schorc since he came to this Is of real estate in rapidly j from the States last His jgrowing Tho sale will lake will recommended by iNIaCC atiBow Island on August of thc auctim jsftips of nstatPi justices West and PCar to the printing bureau and tho oi saIeSt cvjr hold i of the Tt seems jin Southern Allwrtn and it is n John the mH1 wbo the records sent down to compliment to our loca auctioneer ea6tbound CP Rexprew on printed were lost in the that he has howi pntrustort Hall got copy of tho proceeding sals of such j a mile outside of succumbed to his ;