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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 10Se Lethbridg^ Dafly Herald VOL II. LETHBRIUQK. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, I9M NO. 2M. NEEDS A FEW MORE ILLARS iMoney Bylaws Will Be Submitted To Ratepayers Build Spur To Diamond City Tlio city council at n. speci,l meet-ling last night giive two byliiws the  'I'ln- griulinc camp two niilcBSOuth wi.'sl of hero on the. 7th inst und arn comjucncing operations iinraectiately, on thp six miles of grwliilg betweon hert^ lintl the junction. It is fully expected that the track will be completed by tlie last week in Septeni-bi'r. The mine will then, commence immediately to .ship about 400 torr.s of, eoiil per day. In the course of the next two or three days between 40 and 51) mei] will arrivi? to work here in coiHiection with the mine. The brick yard i.s now ready for bu.sinos.s and will eomnienee manu-facMiriiiis briclifj on .MVnxhiy, !)fh inst. These developments are already TENNESSEE MAN ADMITS HE IS A MURDERER Gives Himself Up To Local Police--Wanted To Get Thing Over With, He Says Want To Fence Blackfoot Reserve necessary reading to put them bclore ; ^^.^^.^^^ ,^.^^^1^ .^^^^1 j^^^^^^ tbe people for ratillcation. These by-: interested in the welfar,' of laws are for permi.sslon to borrow m f (.|,y all $90,000 for certain work and to , ^,,.,,|^,,^|,, ^, | purchase certain propgrtv for the city I cornmence.l in two l.l'ho various items are bunched into 'one for $28,000 being : three week.s. Thret lots in the town Inivi' aready been proposed building will two bylaws, om.- i-j,^'"" .----n .^j- for t(he powei' plant und things per- } ' ' "' " , , . j_. ! Illlllall'd. i 111: i;/./�,.,,-,ylaw to clo.sc Bouipas St. where the. new G alt Hospital i being built was passed. Keep Down iht Fees EncQurafe tke Farawrs s aid lAist night's special meeting of the council was_ devotod to bylaws. All the momljers were present. 'Phey took 'anot.her whirl at the market bylaw and wound up by referring it bade to the 'committee and the solicitor witli Aid. Hutton and the market master added to the committee. The days will l>e changed to Tuesdays, Thui-sdays and Soturdays. The matter of ' prohibiting people from keeping bay aird straw standing on the stiXiets was discus.sed at some length before the discovery was nvade that the bylaw covers this by forbidding the loitering on the streets withihuy or straw. Aid. Hatch hold Kochester, N. Y., Aug. 9.-That .\nna Schumacher, the seventeen year old girl whose body was found this moi*nin*>' crudely ljurietl in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, was choked and boaten to death, after being assaulted, is the conclusion based on the uutop.sy hold this afternoon by the coroner, but manv of the circumstances of the crime. �vcn to the exact place where it \vtm conunitted can still iM! only guowod at. Although the authorities iKslicve they have _a clue ito the murderer, namely a broken spade, found near the scene, who is guilty of the crime is a matter of speculation of the vaguest sort. The strange actions of a m^n discovered at the scene ot the murder by en employee of tho: cemetery late this afternoon directed suspicion towards him and for a time gave promise that an arrest would be made, but the roan made his. escape and it is,' not known who he was. Tho cemetery employees wont towards this person, but on seeing them be made off and thoy were unaiblo to overtake him. A description of him was gi>'bn the police. Strike Is Oii At Springhill � Springhill Mines, jf. S., Aug. 10.- I Strike is on at tho mines here in ear-;nest. Only one Tireman turned up ,for work. OfHcials are working at ; the fire doors, p|Liinps, unloading coal I etc. The. company apparently expect !a prolonged strike as they are tak-ling tile horses out of the mines. It �is rumond that the miners at Jog-gina Minos also are to strike. . Spring Hill, N. S., Aug. 9.-Tomor-1 row morning the mines of the Cumberland Kailway und Coal Company I at Spring Hill will be idle, tied up by order of the United Mine Workers. The situation nt Springhill will be different from that at Glace Bay, because in Cape Breton the P. W. A. l.has n good .shade of the workmen but has u good share of the workmen but at Springhill every man in the mines belongs to or in insympathy with the U. M. W. ! out for the giving the farmers the I privilege of selling second hand impic AM. Oliver inquired as to tho parks ) ,,ents on the market and got thatin-but tho mayor said that they had | sertod. Ix)en unable, to include thoni as up to j 'I'hen it was found that there were the present it had not been possible no fees mentioned , except tor weigh-to close the deal with the, A. R'. & I. ing- the produce. Aid. Bowman did Co. for tlic land wanted, namoly, ten not think that the fees should be acres in North Wand and tho three as every encouragement .should hundrod and fifteen acres at the lake o-iven the farmer to patronize tlie to the ea.st of the city, lie had yes- j market. 'I'ho otiier raembor.s concurr-tei'day telegraphed to .Afr. Naismithled ami it was so agreed. .Vkl. Hut-j at Winnipeg and hoi>ed to pet a re-| objected st.ienuou.sly to the pro-, ply at once. Tie thought tbey had j posal to compid ^ niun who had sold uUowerl euought to leave them sulli- | hj.q produce outside the city or who cient to make the required ctush pay-; sold it in bullc, to bring his stull' to meat if thoy diack. .Vt tiie city council last night the _- TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Chinese laundrynnen of Kingston have refused to pay the incraaa-od fee from $S to $S0 and wiU b� prosecuted. They have engaged coun sel. Wilbur Hubb�ii-d, a young farmer of the lx)ng J.>ake District, Saskatchewan, brothor-in-law of Allan Netf, who awaits trial on a serious, charge, was fatally shot last night. He wa� removing � gim from one boat to another when it went off, the whole charge entering his stomach. Mrs. Havelock Ackcrly, of Port Gronville, X. S., is dead and her eig'lit months? old baby badly burned but will reco\'er as a result of carbolic acid lulministored b.v Mrs. Acker-ly while in a fii- of dosp(mdency. �  * i� WANT TO BREAK * * AWAY FROM ONTARIO *  - -^ * 1^ Port Arthur, Aug. 9.-J. G. 4eration offer it was in- killed by' coming into contact with n IfitalM. / live wire. chief C-iillespie is having a great tiriii' refusing licenses to all siu'ts of dodges, and acliemes. .The little one-armed man wdio has a wheel with knives thought he could substitute money for knives. Constable Cain))-vy and Sergt. JDdy caught on to the game and closed up the concern. All sorts of men are after jingle balls, Africa ii dodger and other games, \}ul the chief has closed down on them all. fn the police court this niorning the wheel and knives man said that another fellow was running the game at the time although he very little mange this season on the range. Mr. W. Osier, who cut bis knee while working on Mr. Brown's new barn, has had to go to the hospital at Cal.gai'v for troatmeat, having iKea advised to go there by Dr. Hose, of Oleicben. Ifo will Ik' back in a few days. The dance held in the scliool house this week was well attended by noigh bors. Among tho visitbrs were Mr. and Miss Millie, Mowsrs. W. Campbell, Hardwick's West; and olso Mr. and Mrs. O'Tot from the Bow Hiver. Also Mr. Buckley and Misses Hayes und Vates. * Mr. Howell Harris, the well known manager of the Circle Ranch imid a visit to the company's ranch at (Jueenstown this week. The trail between S^ Smith's corner and V. K. Robertson's uee()s to be a graded up and a culvert or brjdge put in us it is nearly impassable at present. HARVESTING WHEAT AT WARNER Farmers Busy At the Present Time-rSeed-ing Wheat, Too BRIDGES ARE IN VERY BAD SHAPE (Mee FifMrs Ha?e a Seriois PinpiiiHM To Face Is Against Fire Bylaw W. H. FAIRFIELD President of the Lethbridge and District Agricultural Society "Is ,1 iiierrv-go-round a public nuisance?" is one of the questipns to ba answered by the city ci>unciT through tlio city solicitor. Last night at tho council meeting E. J. Hill and A. S. Bowman appeared l>efore the council and asked them to do something to prevent the erect.ion ot a merry-go-rouiHl near their homes. . in the course of tho discussion it appeared that the owner of tho concern had got ixjrmission to erect it on the grouiHl having got a lease for u month or so.' The chief of police is saiefore and will not until tho tent is outside the Are limits. (Special to tlie HeraM) Spring Coulee, Aug. 7.-The new steel bridges which were put across the canal In this >'icinity last August are in a very dangerous condition. Seven sills from one bridge are washed out, leaving one sill to hold the bridgu on one side. The government's attention should be called at once to these bridges. If n>en ere put to work on them at once the bridge can be saved. Over a hun-di-od thousand bushels of gPain will have to bo hauled over them this' (all Jt would make it very inconvenient to the farmers in this district if the britlges should be washed out, as well as a greater expense to the government. , Water is again turned back in the oflnal after being turned out for a week by the A. U. & I. Railroad Co. while 7-opairing the railroad bridge. The bridge is now repaired und the men liayc rotumed to Milk River. Chas. Wilson and Dr. Hoyt of Ma-gi-�,lh passed through Spring Coulee Friday on their return from the Koo-j tonays. I ,\Iiss May Wilson retiiinod l-o Woolf-!oi-d last week after being in .Spring : Oonlice for .several months. Vt present the l.eslie Morrow went to lethbridge lust week on business. Mr. Will Bullock of Taber was in .Spring Coui(!c district last week in regard to buying land. Farmers are busy haying luid harvest wMlI begin in about ten days. Tho much needed lurm help is very scarce. A real estate man from Ivontucky was in Spring Coulee last week looking over tho land. Mr. French ex|X!3flingwell had quite an experience with a suspicious character one dajr last week. f^arly in the mom-inn'be bearti someone walking around in tho kitchen and on [''i-ed's going down to investigate saw the man at : the 'l>ai-n wihere ho bad lod out a horso.v On. seeing Frwl coming he climbed up into the bayniow and Fred prompt < ' 1y followed and ordered'him -down.  �J'he fellow protostod that he was':ah , "honest nian only looking for a place' to sleep." On l)eing allowed to go , he promptly got away .from tiio place, ; n.s a'pitchfork |n Fred's hands did ; hot look good to hiin. Mr. Johnson is puCting up a bouse v and a largo bam on his land adjoin-- ' ing town on the south. Ue also is , busy superintending tlu- sowing of -seven hundred acres of wMnter wheat on his land: Such linprovemonts as ' this IS what muke� any country ali : that it is, and Mr. Johnson backs up ; his faith in Alberta by spending large sums in improvements. We hope and. believe that work done as he is do- ' ing his will be sure of a big reward, in 1910., � Mr.^iti:.�. Aliens was in town Sat- ; tmiay on his way to JLethbridge on business. Mr. Aliens says tll�t thia is his second aoafio'n on kls home- . stead in and be likes H hugely. By his efforts' many now settlcm iiave come to Alberta and more ore coming, and so far not one dissatisfied man who came and bouglit land on his ropresentoition. The A'. R. & I. have been improving ^ their pr<�)orty here laitely, by grading up the roadway for loading and unloading froiyht, and also are build- : ing a side track alongside tile new elevators. Dr. and Mrs. Field of Toronto, tlw parents of our Or. J. J. Field, are here visiting. They seem very moeh pleased with Warner aJid our country around. Wheat harve.st will commcftce in earnest 'by the lOth and- we do not believe that in lUl Canada there are bettor, crops than surrounding Warner. Much wheat that looked very thin in the spring has spread and stoolod until it will make a fine crop and all this spring's grain la good. People are V(;ry liusy now sowing ' winter wheat. The ocroage for 1910 will be at least three to one for 1009. r' \ A< it J- ;