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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Letkbridge Dally Herald. Monday, August PROGRAMME OF SUPREME COURT is the list of Supreme Court sittiings for the ensuing legal year. Supreme Court, en bane At Ed- monton oa the third Tuesdays of Sep- tember and March at Calgary on the third Tuesdays of December and June. For trial or civil non-jury causes At Edmonton and Calgary, on the first Tuesdays of each month in Oc- tober, November, February, March, 'April and May, and the third Tues- day in June. For trial of criminal and qivil jury causes, at Edmonton and Calgary On the third Tuesday in October, February and May. For trial of all civil and criminal cases, at Edmonton and Calgary; Tuesday in October and April; at Wetaskiwin on the first Tuesdays in October and April at Red Deer on the second Tuesday in November and May t Hat on the second Tuesday of October and April; at Macleod on toe fourth Tuesday of November and Mav, FIVE YEARS FOR COWPUNCHER JUMPING C. P. R. JOBS Company a Heavy Loser Prosecute To The Limit Inspector J. Harris of the C. P. R. is the authority for the following, John Capclle, the half-breed cow- puncher, whose name figured promi- nently in the Simms' horse-stealing case here last April, in which the evi- dence went to show that- lie was the j gleaned from him by the representa- man who signed the name of Wheeler the On the 15ch day of June last, two brothers, W. T. Snyder and O. Snyder, applied at the C. P. R. offices in To- ronto for positions as telegraph Jines- to the so-called bill-of-sale, which Simms claimed to have received with the stolen South Peigan Indian hors- es which he was convicted of helping to steal, was on Friday sentenced at Helena, Mont., to five years' impris- onment for his snare in the thefts. Mose G-illam, the man wtho with Ca- pelle, turned the horses over to Simms at the latter's ranch at Milk River, 'turned states evidence. Sergt. Oliver of the Mounted Police, and Simms' brother-in-law, the young man who was present when the brands were worked over, went over from this side to give evidence. men upon the company lines, work was available in or about No To- Calgary Methodists Are Not Interfering (Continued from front College in Calgary the Annual Con- ference unanimously granted -that- re- quest next Calgary applied to the Annual Conference Special Committee for the permission 'to start classes forthwith, providing the General Con- ference accedes to the -memorial pass- ed by the Annual Conference for such MOOBE WANTED ACROSS THE LINE Reputed a Bad Present Is In the Barracks Chas. Moore, at present serving a two months' sentence for vagrancy and awaiting trial on a charge of administering drugs with intent to commit a felony, as expected by Chief of Police OHllespie, is wanted on the other side of the line. A let-i ter was received from the officials of to ?roduce a. College. The Special Coirimitteeal-j Teton County. Montana, this morn- so nominated a number of names for ing, saying he is wanted for robbery the Board of Governors to be appoint ed by the General Conference. This there, and the case against him is good. He is also wanted, the letter nominated board of governors have j says, in Pendleton, Oregon. Moore met and organized, pending the ac-j is a bad actor, it continues, and they tion of the General Conference. It J do aot want him to get away. They was necessary to do this in order to ask to be notified when his term ex- get ready for opening of classes pires here, and if' the police will put this autumn. There is no desire, nei- him across the line at Sweet Grass there any intention on the they will be 'on hand to get Mm. part of Calgary to force the hand of Moore is the the General Conference, opportunity for a greai There is the j has been some discussion, it being al- "tvork to be j leged that he should never have been done on educational lines in this city i allowed to cross the boundary. He and province, anil we desire to avail was arrested for giving liquor con- ourselves of that opportunity. taming morpnine in large (quantities, With every good wish to the friends j to a man on an A. R. I. train and ronto at that period, and consequently the company told them of possibili- ties for work on their lines in West- ern Canada. In consideration of signing a con- tract for at least six months' work at the standard wage upon the com- pany's lines in the west, these two brothers were given free transporta- tion by the company irom Toronto to Ca-lgary. Arriving at 'Calgary they were giv- en a jab and sent to work. After i one-half day of service the brothers took it upon themselves to Quit the service of the C. P. R. and .betook themselves to flight, without hand- ing in any complaint or giving the company any warning. Their case was Taken, up by the company and recently they were found by Inspector Harris at work upon the lines of the Alberta government tele- phone at TThitla. Mr. Harris applied to Inspector Parker of the Mounted Police at Medicine Hat, for warrant of arrest for the two men. They were arrested and on Friday were com- mitted for trial before Inspector Par- ker. The brothers pleaded guilty and were fined ten dollars and costs or one month's imprisonment. Unable money they were im- prisoned for the stipulated time. further stated that this is not an uncommon occurrence. A short time ago about 60 men were brought from the east to 'Leth-bridge yards and after one day's work quit company, with no thanks for free transportation- In future, iiowever. the C. P. R- has decided that such actions shall cease. The company will prosecute to the full extent of the law any man who. after availing himself of free transporta- tion in lieu of signing a contract with- out good reason therefor. of jLeihbridge, and the nope that their desire for a College may be speedily realized. endeavoring to inveigle him into game of cards. He admitted being dope fiend. A. S. Bowman returned last night from California and left for Calgary this afternoon. The Canadian cruiser -Rainbow leaves Portsmouth for Esquimalt on August 20th. TWO TRAGEDIES AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Aug. unknown rran was found in the west end of the city in the brush on the Hudson's Bay property, hanging at the end of a light chain tied to the limb of a poplar tree ten feet from the ground. The man's feet were just clear of the ground and his neck was broken. He INTERNATIONAL RAILWAY RATES 4- FAIR PHONE Clmii'maii Mabce Will Confer With United States Official Ottawa, .Aug. Mabee had evidently committed suicide on Oj tae Railway Commission, .has gone Thursday night. He was about 45 years of age, five feet six-inches tall, wore blue overalls and had in his pockets. A piece of an envelope bearing the name, J. D. Tiffany, At- onville, Alta., ivas also found in one of the -pockets. An inquest is being held. Walter Watts, a young Englishman of good family, who lived ia a shack at West Grove sub-division of the city, was discovered by young lads with the top of his head completely blown off. A double barrelled shot- gun was found resting between the suicide's legs. He left no communi- cation to indicate the reason for com- mitting the deed. to Toronto. He will meet during the next few days Mi. Martin Knapp of the United States Interstate Com- merce Commission and discuss the question of creating au international railway commission to control the railway rates Canada the United States. Mr. Knapp left Washington by automobile. aad has CABINET CHANGES COMING IN ONTARIO Toronto, Aug. all probability there will be a cabinet shuffle before Dr. Saunders, of Ottawa, director i the uext meeting of the Ontario leg- of Experimental Farms, and Profes-j islature. Hon. Dr. Reaume, who un- set McCowan, arrived here this after-1 derwent another operation a lew noon and went out to the Experi- i weeks ago, has been ordered to take- mental Farm with Supt. W. H. a rest and has gone away. His ad- field. They will-remain here three or; dress is known only to his cabinet confreres and his private secretary. Dr. Reaume found the duties of his portfolio irksome, and in case he re- tires from the portfolio of public four davs. Cigars and Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection Tlie phone number of the secretary's office at the fair grounds is 7C5 and not 670 as previously announced. FROM CANADA TO AUSTRALIA Large Shipping Company Is Being' Five Steamers Halifax, Aug. have .been, received here of the organization of a merchants and shippers steamships line. It is being organized .in Aus- tralia to operate an over-eas shipping company. The line is to operate to and from Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand and the eastern states of America, Canada and Great Britain. Tihe service will be commenced with Suffer from rheumatism? You will find an almost perfect uric-acid solvent and marvellous relief in LOTA6I THC uwrat or QUAUTX MARKETS Cattle at Liverpool Liverpool, Aug. Rogers Co., Liverpool, cable today that prices iheld firm in Birkenhead at 'Saturday's quotations, which were lor Canadian steers from 14 to 16 3-4 cents and for ranch steers 13 1-2 to 13 1-4 cents per pound. Deptford Stock Report London, Aug. United States cattle were sold in Deptford market 15 1-2 cents. 514 nead of Canadian five large steel steamers, the specifi- cfttle fetched 14 cents to 15 14 cents cations requiring the vessels to be among the most up-to-date cargo ser- vice trading with the southern 'hemis- phere. Monthly sailing will be main- tained and Halifax will ibe one of the ports in the itinerary. works, Hon. J. S- Hendrie, of Ham- ilton, will take his place. In Gov-Jbeavier stee1' The C. P. R- tracklayerc are re- placing the rails on the C. E. be- tween Leduc and Strathcona with eminent circles, however, it is FQRj ic -nn imv TO CLASSIFICATION there is no intention for the present. any furnished fully ALBERTA BEATEN IN LAST GAME OF THE TOURNAMENT 'Winnipeg, Aug. Western j Canada cricket tournament wound up Saturday -with a loose game 'between 'Saskatchewan and Alberta, which the former won by sis runs. Neither team showed great strength with the willow and it was practically a bowl- ers' fight Price ancTVidal for Sas- katchewan and Johnson and Spick for the sunny province, were all in good lorm. Alberta won 'the toss and going in first made fcnt slztr -runs, and -Sas- katchewan went ibut six better. Going in again, Alberta did 'better, scoring S5. and Saskatchewan tallied IS for wiefcets when stumps were pulled and tie game nad to be decided on the first inning. It was decided' that the next tour- nament- will be held in one of the western provinces, in all probability at Regina. modern room with phone. One block south from Central School, 627 Coutts Street. 201-6 Rent, a 6-roomed fully modern house by August 20th. Would like to be close 'to depot Apply Box 45, Herald Office. 201-6 tie pin in base ball park. Owner can have same by calling at 912 Burdett street and paying for this ad. 201-1 FOR Store Business in splendid new Townsite. Good op- ening and best reasons for selling. A splendid chance for anyone wanting to start business on a moderate scale, and grow up with the Tilley. 201-3 porter. Must have good Canadian ranch fed cattle from 12 1-2 to 12 cents, prices being firm. 115 head of American cattle and 472 Can- adian cattle over. Winnipeg Markets Winnipeg, Aug. to today civic holiday there will be no official wheat market report. Chicago Markets '-4 Chicago, Aug. is general- ly lower and not very active. A lib- eral run of consigned wheat here, big receipts at the southwest and total primary receipts rapidly accumulat- ing of visible supplies and bearish- news from abroad have been the up- permost factor. World's shipments for the week is over one million bush- els larger than ejected and ywere bushels. references. GARDEN SUBURBS IN CANADA SAYS EARL GREY Aug. 'Littleton, chairman of tho Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust, states that Earl Grey Apply Bank of Montreal told him he was hopeful of projecting A GOOD THING KNCfW will jump at this land offer, 200 acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Makin- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B. C. Boats call twice daily. Landing in centre, of sub-division, all level land sandy loam, no stone, every block with in five minutes of boat landing. For particulars and apply to J. Ste- phenson. Bos 58, Coleman, Alta. 201-6 men for dairy farm. Must" be good milkers. Apply F. H. Cox, 34 Argyle Ave., Lethbridge 201-6 Canada. WINNIPEG BEAT BRANDON IN MORNING GAME Winnipeg, Aug. score of the game this was: 5 4 Winnipeg....... 6 0 Heinrich and Cooper; Collins and Kreitz. Umpire Longenecker. REDCLIFF THE nPPHPTI TNITY For Afe man who is lookins for Ur rVJlY 1 UIN1 1 I thing Better and Destined to be Western Canada's Industrial Centre SOME OF THE THINGS YOU WILL FIND AT KEDCLIFF finest and largest brick yard in Canada making a product unequalled on the American continent. of the best coal mines in Canada with a capacity at the present time of 200 tons per day. By Sept. 1st will be prepared to ship 500 tons per day. flour mill, now building, with a capacity of 200 barrels per day. independent elevator with a capacity of bushels. thoroughly equipped up-to-date feed mill. large machinery factory making Bolton shingle and lath and other saw mill machinery. SASH AND sash and door factory equipped for everything in finishing wood materials. modern foundry. blacksmith shop. kilns making a high-class product- of the finest fanning sections in Sunny Southern Alberta. NATURAL gas well with a capacity of cubic feet per day. Now drilling another which will increase this to from to ReveLstoke Saw Mill Co. conducts a lumber yard complete in detail. T" SOME OF THE THINGS YOU WILL FIND AT KEDCLIFF modern hotel now building, costing when finished, fully store 30 x 80, two stories. water system costing more than furnishing a perfect water from a mountain stream and purified by natural filtration. Water mains now being extended to every part of city. ideal site appearing almost level to the eye, but with just enough slope toward tlie river to insure perfect drainage. by the government to be the most perfect in Canada, be- tween the mountains and -the Atlantic ocean. HEAT, POWER, L5GHT, free. BUILDING 50 residences are .under way and are being occupied as rapidly as completed. 'the main line of the C. P. witn an independent spur line over a mile in length furnishing perfect facilities to every industry. The C. P. Ry. thinks so well of our future that they have moved the station heretofore known as Stair with several large sidetracks to our city. Stair is no more; it's now Redcliff. ALL TRAINS STOP AT OUR time table of June 6th, 1910 for correct schedule. We're on the map and we want everybody in Canada to know it 650 men are now employed at Redcliff. Invest your money in Redcliff and watch it grow. Lots from to Sole Agents L S. RIPLEY CO. Room 8, Macdonald Blk. Lethbridge, Alberta ;