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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald H. LETHBRIOGt, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. 1909. NO. 2M. FLYER WENT INTO DITCH INN.D. Going At Fast But No One Was Injured Ottawa, Out., Aug. the pre- sent expectations of the government are realized. Parliament will be call- ed to meet Thursday, November 4th. It is possible that contin- gencies may delay the opining- until i a, or two weeks! later, but the event is bound to occmr by No- jvember 18. The are beinfj I prepared by the various departments j so they may be ready by pcvember 4-, JThe speech from the throne will con- i tain an announcement remanding; Ca- I nada's sbare in the nava THAW GOES BACK TO _______ ASYLUM 'THE SPANISH FATAL FALL FROM BRIDGE Clinton, Out., Aug. Suir-i dy, a prosperous' farmer -of Goderich J township fell off a Holm-i yesterday sustaining injuries' which caused his death last nipht. 0, T. Lathrop, of the O. AY. Kerr Company, arrived this morning with a. small party, of landseekers. .Tiler were in the Soo Line wreck 10 miles west of Carringtou, North Dakota, j when'the Spokane Flyer went into the j ditch Wednesday morning' at about 9 o'clock. The train was going 40 rnilc-j pt'r hour or more. The tender, baggage-car and day coach were the tourist car stripped j of her running gear. A peculiarity -of j wreck was the piling truck KIDNAP CHILD Amoy, Aug. a '-band of kidnappers ha pt-J by tht.- arrest oi" its bers. Their method was, defence. aerations of stup- chief inc-Mn- to frighten children, from 8 to 12 old. by threats of df-ath if tbey make tiny outcry and then skid them ou i board outgoing Accomplic-j o? in ntlu-r ports p-dil the vie-1 He Will Be Allowed Some Special Privileges Mount Vt-rnon, X. Y.. Harry K. Thaw 'will go back to Mat- tewan Wedn. sday, August ]th. Jus- tice Mills today signed the formal ordej recommitting him tn the 3uni oi] tjidt ha-d cione these jom- jfast time both riding and changing- 1 :ed the rest of tho crowd in watching j their horses. The winner's time for. T Tinluy or'ModicinoHat! 'the of sports pulled off in (the three heats was 0.20, .while that. front of grandstand. !0.f Crazy Crow was 9.43. FRENCHMAN IS LOST ON PRAIRIE were wit i'ro7ij the fields the srain is" not prepared for cutting. It is es- j pected tliat the, work ftart WjU see catting eenepral It has leaked out from .official sour- ce.s tbat tlio governmont infonnati-n- i? to the effect ihat the hail damage is. about ono per cent, of the-total av-- the Exhibits At the Lethbridge Fall Fair fi- w on- the thii-d heat of Indian Reluy Ilace and the race on time from ?IOn' minister of agriculture a talk with the Herald ex- pressed himself as much plenso'l the fair and greatly astonished TROLLEY CARS .COLLIDE Hamilton, Ont., Aug. tJ4c "improvement over two'years ago !programme ss of someone in a switch a 1'st of rac- The bucking contest took up a lot at cs to j-ull off which for quuntity more _' of time and resulted in only three at! made for the brevity of j riders getting their horses to work. on Wednesday. Thero JTom Three Persons put -up a very when here last. The stock 11 put up soiric-closely con-tested races and I good exhibition on a wickeS horse resulted in a collision, of improved very rauch especially in federal Of the hors.-b iand got tfao wjth RtaTjoy milton, Grimsby a.nd Beamsville j tht- rogistored classes. TTe-was unknown, quantities to-'ney second. cars last night and the in-jto see that ike farmers were .g-ettinz'thG The results of the y to several bnt. none'a -'ariety of breeds of horses and' rni? chief interest centred in 2.30 u-ot or iously. 'were not confining-. t-hemsAlves to For All in which .Lethbrwipe Hart Chapell. previously. The cattle favorite horse, .-Clyde Wells was en-j Victoria) 1 3 LEGS CUT OFF were verj; good indeed. Tie yras forced to ;Gaiet3- Girl (0.-'S. March, ilcntreal. Aug. Car-! attracted nay attention to'defeat "befoco., Bxishneli King; an j Leijhbri'dge) 2 1 blacksmith, 33' years old, said-the minister." was tbat! looking station owned, by I Earl Gray (C. W. Leth- in-'the-hospital this" morning, ithe most successful part of tho -'hapeiroX Victoria; oridga 3 2 result of having both lugs the agricultural -exhibit. Tbe .by _a-train.in the Grand at Point 3t. the_.judging- of at I the tfair was not completed until last I nipht. The prize 'winners were: fLASs BRED Stallion, -1 yenrs or over: 1st and 2nd, J. D. Chapelle, Victoria. Brood marc and foal: 1 st. Fred "Ew- 2 year oW filly: 1st, Fred Bwing, Lethbridge: 2nd, J. D. Chapelle, j toria. Prj- mare: 1st and 2nd, J. B. ChaP-' olle, Victoria. CL.ASS Stallion, 4 years or over Taylor, Lethbridge. "Brood Hare: 1st, Fred Ewing, Ijeth-1 I bridge. Foals: 1st and 2nd, Fred Bwing-- 1 1st and 2nd, Fred Ew-. Took One floise [and Aban- doned His Outfit Out In Gros Ventre Aft-dicine Hat, Aug. Mon- day of lust Captain Parker of R.'N.W.'M .P. word from Putnam Brothers' Ranch in the. Gros Vt-ntro dii-trict. about 22 miles out from the Hat, to the eflect that a hnrj-tj had been tied to u portion of their fenct.- for the past four days. A wagon and a double set of harness IMPERIAL DEFENCE CONFERENCE London. Eug., Aug. is very little to add to cables respecting the imperial defence ft-rence, the final meeting of which will probably "be Tuesday, "As far as Canada is concerned it is understood the conference is still go- ing on. Australia there" 'reason to believe that an merit oi an essentially Jiatnro is in. progress of completion. Trunk j-root and alfalfa exhibits show- Tiirat> of that These being suicw-sfulfrr prown here. T am pleased to notia: Terminals At Vancouver u that right class of People, that. I Chapell's Kitty Hart with Gaiety is. the fanner, is .interested in the Principal contestant. C. Gray's Barl Gray, a new horse, caught the eye of tho crowd as a Hkdy animal that, could do a good Dr. .Ullman hibition." Mr. Fi-nlay had been taken out for ride in. the vicinity of the city he spokt> in glowing terms of better than he did. in straight heats in the best JDr. Ullman (.T. D. Chapell) 4- 4 Time: 2.26, 2.39, .-2.35. 3t f0nr heats to settle the i e-furJong dash: ;rot or which %vas finally won] 3st" M-andofl (.1. lind. BuckJeya (Blue Vein Stud Farm. 3rd, Tdora (frto. Leaning, Also rans. O'Day (M. itc- Let-bbridire.) Time 1 18 J. also there showing that a team had boon that point. The absence of the other to inference that tho owner bad mount- ed and ridden away for some rea- son. Thu police immediately' made in-j and ascertained that tho out-, belonged to "Rodierl TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS- Yorkton. will vote on a "bylaw to mill from exempt 5-8 dash. wheat and oats ready to cut and the f alfalfa of which two cuts had been eattle. Aug. Charles Wil- jmade- wMch the of London, president of the for an opinion regarding the Jid Trunk railway system and of thc agricultural the second heat and S. -Tones. Foal: 1st, S. Jones, Lethbridge. 2 year old filly or gelding-, 1st, Her B, Jonkinson. Lavoney, Letfebridge. icine 2nd. Henry S. CD. Austin j Team: 1st. J. F. Rodgers, 3rd, Outset, (P. "Ross. 'b'rHgc, 2nd, Ed. Horlges, Dry 1st, Miss Dora Rogers.; 2nd, Vf. Jackson. iMacleod. Single Driver: 1st, A. J3. Humph-j ries, Letthhridge; 2nd. A. Ijethbridge. j CLASS Carriage years or, over: 1st, Fred Lethhridge; 2nd., Qnt James Hanson, Cardston. J Stallion, 2 years -old: 1st. W.- A. j Jn he and! Jackson, Macleod. quaner of Brood mare: 1st, S. Jones. 30iuh of and Opposite P.adwater Lake. The team had boon j rectfjtly purchased from H. Mundie, of the set of harness from j W. Foster and the wagon from S.T. I Fiivct-Tt of this city. Stephen Orrin J. Armour, aped twenty-three was thrown from a delivery in Toronto and killed. r 'Ceo. B. transferred to the managership of the Royal Bank at Calgary, was spven a ffold watch and banfiuet by the citizens of Thc Hockeri Lumber Co-'s Parry Sound, was destroyed by ure. Indians Have To Pay Fines for b-v cit-v- that he was exwedinirly pleasecl to know that this was TO bo done and I I that a- considerable sum of money !would he up-to-date! ibuildinors. which .will meet the- grow- j ing of the fair. t '.He expressed his fratitudC' to t'hi- -.m-Vancouver, B. C." said of The soci--ty tfce t Hays, "as well as terminal ,v j ious courtesies extended to .him both fair and in him out i in. tho country. He incidentallyrmen- t-ioned also that he' Considered i bridge toe most- thriv.mg' city -he hstS'j visited this y'ar.- i Hays of Montreal, President of G-. T., P., arrived in Seattle last at on -their way to Vancouver and fcoria to look after -the 'interests .he road. Ct. is our intention, to have terni- s to be used jointly the at Northern and the Northern Pa.- ies in Vancouver and besides fleet of ships in the Or- al trade, we arc g-otng- to hax-e in Seattle-. Car Fell Into An Inlet Aug. people more or less painfully injured afternoon at 4 o'clock when a th' Vancouver street car ran: away jj to the brakes work fell into the Jnlct. The motor- KelJy jumped., at the first st and fractured his skull, 'but uctor Jones stuck to his post be- e be sai'd he was afraid the wo- and children would r out into the water. His nose broken, Mrs. Arnold Keoly is uj .the injured.- The passengers 'rfttber panicky but several show m SETTLED BY COMPROMISE Melbourne1, Aug. .allegv-d' under vHhiH.'tj of harvfSTJng niachinory from C iida and the United States .Jvivc: bt settled by a compromiS'1. rh-- d putod valuations. BUILDING PERMITS The'-following building permits ]iavf: been taken out in the last day or two; W. 'R; in Duff Addition, D..- S. Patterson, residence on Lon- don value. C. L. residence on Rodpath 'St., value x T. J. Shirley, residence on West- minster Wm. Delair, dwelling On Tamos St., North Ward, 'value.? WATCH LETHBRIDGE GROW A view of a portion of the City taken from the Elevators on Westminster Rd. Photo by British Colonial Photographic Co. j that just previous to- tho date; i on which tho outfit was found, lu-' Tho Jl. X. W. SI. P. olcers are ing thfir usual post-fair work do.. Dun-1 har- saw a man at the corner of l nK-rr: Farm puttins- two set i ness on one horse. Thf homestead hat; boon visited by I 'ho police, but there are no improve- JnentH whatever-on it and it is t ful if.Rodier had born there. The theory ;s that tho probably mounted the -hors-en! j of iiis team to ride .son.ie of i rnnchos and information of his! and thai hii has beun' either.-thrown and severely...injuTtsd' i completely. lost. while' i on. foot. Possibly his braiuj j miifnr. have, given way under the] i strain of imagining that his position j j than really thr- case.! I Tin- horse is missing is a. i black stallion branded S5 -on the toit Kodicr is "f 5 feet G inches iu height, clean shav- en, dark, speaks broken lias a particularly .long stride and was Kiding-black-horses and Mike Oka wore up before Supt. -Wilson and each lim-d aad cr.vr? or 10 days in i gaol. Wm. Leaviu was fined and I co-rt, for bdng drunk and j flt thf fair Three Jack- son. art.' Fmteriekson were i '--ach 33 cosls. t-or drunk at Tr-liarj camp. P-wrn] more will up for trial this noon, including one Frank Perry. ?np- posod to a. tinhorn who ar- rosto-.i at. the fair igriftuTidfi yostcrnay on a charge of vanrancv. Coal Frauds In Alas ka overalls and big boots with long nails. His father :is hog tnidor .in France and supplied man considerable the young money. Denver, Colo.. Aucr, a month a hearing will be given in Se- ing a grey cap, black coat andjilLtle- Washington, tiutt government T officials hero a Disclose proof of gigantic frauds ifts connection, with coal lands in Alaska. The facts pointing to alleged frauds are known jto Secretary Ballinger, of the tlnitcd. The police have been sco.uring Department of the Interior the commissioner of the general land oflico, some of them having ''veins 65 feet in thickness, have filed on by dummy procured through agents of six Urge corpora- tions. The land office has evidence to prox-e, according to infoncation modo, public. country can missing thankful information for the .past ten Jays, but no trace whatever of the man.'' They- will be: very 'to bo supplied with any cohcernitig his where- abouts or that of the horse if he haa picked up, ;