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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL II. TEeLethbridgeDaily Herald .--__..... _ __ FLYER WENT INTO DITCH INN.D. LETMBRIDOE. ALBERTA. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, Parliament To ill Til Meet In 1HA" BACK TO Going At Fast But No One Was Injured Ottawa, Ont., Aug. the pro- j seat expectations of the government I are realized, Parliament will be call- i ed to meet Thursday, November 4-th. It is possible that unforseen contim- gencies may delay the opening until j a. week or even two weeks Jater. but the event is bound to occur by Ko- 18- The estimates are being VVfll TTQ I FATAL FALL FROM BRIDGE Clinton, Out., Aug. Stur- >iy, a prosperous farmer .of Goderich j township fell off a bridge utar Holm- i yesterday sustaining injuries j which caused his death last i A ASYLUM Allowed Some Special Privileges 0. T. Luthrop, of th" 0. W. Company, arrived this; morning a small party of landsftckers. were in the Soo Lino wreck 10 with mile- hour or ig at aboutj is goinjf outcry more. The tender, board out-'n. prepared by the various departments j so they may be ready by November 4-. j The speech from the throne will con- i tain un announcement regarding Ca- jnada's share in the naval defence. j j______ _____ _.________ i KIDNAP CHILDREN j Mount X Y b-md'of1-' uPeratioils of Harry K. Thaw will back to Mat- .ha3 Siup'! W'-'dn.'sday, August 1th. j tu u. Tin- aiicat. oi us chief mem-i tict? Mills t-odiv roethod ,o Mghten ordc, cluldren. too, 8 to 12 old. W liiui H, a Inilk; THE SPANISH NAVY IS OFF? ORDERED TO CONCENTRATE AT MELILLA TO MEET MOORS TOOK HIS I LIFE Suicide Of a Special Constable At Mac- leod and day u ucn L-uat-n jj, tourist cur stripped chief of all a ciiy consta- demolished, the of her running -ear. A peculiarity of the wreck was the piling of the tmck from thf tender and car. biffs xvcrc set on the iuwn anid a ty hjac-.h was .to. the fcw- inends and iv.larii'es who were pro .sent. j Ottawa, Ont., Aug. is.-Coi. Stecli-. j 0. C., Winnipeg, who is now at j William i.s keeping the militia; i as to strike d J vdopments. Jt is not the' intention5 department, it is .said, to make or the militia jo keep peace if sufficirtri number of the perman- lurce is available to control the situation. A member of the depart- ment declares that while no board of conciliation was asked for by the strikers and the Lemieux act has violated by them our witb- "ut applying V a board, .it i, nOT Thr- ninct-ion the to oniorcft the provision? of the ac- in thai may however by am- onV- .-idvprsoly A RECORD FLIGHT HI., Ang. If said to bo a record for cross country distance flight for an aeroplane in Hail Causes Heavy Loss Kegiria. Sask., Aug. iJaf. Also ran. Fit Superior, (Bluo STANDING FIELDS OF GRAIN H. Woolfonl judged tlu- tsfnSing fields of grain in the Medi- iinc Hat district and awarded tbf prizes: 1. John Evans. Medicine Hat, A4'. .Bowiill, S3 3. W. Gingvll. 33 points, In oats th.jrt- wore only four enrri.-sj h-j prizes bfing won as appended: I. .Tamos Robinson, 85: '2. G. GriK.vt1, Bowell. joints. 3. Evans, Hnt, nnts. MR. FINLAY WAS MUCH PLEASED r provided sonjc excellent. Tjpthhrirfw I -av-uji, c.vvciit.jii, LUJl 1L (jaiuo ihody has-the Wea that the recordset Free for A1': 13D I Qt c? >1A. ITT thp i F as tnerc is a oi> j Busimell (J D Cha.Dcil'i 111 jiuriong clasai and IT. took a ion-r I j. a. .L a ion-, cly.de (J_ Furman, Leth- I J2 miles iu 19 i-2 minutes. Mr. Wil- liaru has been taking- short fijgntp'al- DiosT. dailv. aad air rthe general public" tii ft aWay' fc only be basis for i t .were m the race, but ncrtf.in the run- still g'reater bridge 2 2 Editii 0 Beach, ReginaO 338 WltH At 3" hy won in a terrific spurt' after Letfebridge Fall Fair Some. judging of at the .fair was not completed until last prize were: FRENCHMAN IS LOST ON PRAIRIE at-tlie binders were he fields as the srain-is'not yet prepared for cutting. Iv js es. jpecied however, that the work will start _by that, a-week j wjll see cutting goneral. j IT has leaked out. from official soar- i c..-a that tho government information j w 10 the effect that the hail damage- j is. about one per cent, of'the-total -av- peas. the exhibits a careful exumina- m the hall jn the and won ivnife third hea.t of j Stallion, -i years or ovcr: 1st and -T D. Chupclle, Victoria. the jthe Crazy Crow. had been clone these join- 'tjmc the rest of tic crowd in watching jthcir horees_ Belay race on. liact tijne and from front of tho a very heavy list of rac- Hoa. W. T. Fiiilay t-be provincial minister of ngricultiire ________________ .-in a talk -with. t.hc JJeraM man. ox- TROLLEY CARS -COLLIDE Hamilton. Ont. 11 -Cables-! s'reatly e tic improvement over 'rfs 01 someone in a switch i fe swii-cn -w-hen h-e was h-jrc last. The stock )en rosulted in a collision of iwn t. j 'au nad improved verv. much espociallv in J-acv that lanulton, Gnmsbv and i. itjje registererl classes. ITe-was dad-; were unknow cars last nisht an3 the in-ito lto farmers interest. hm. variety of breeds of horses and Tte chief interest _ .wero not confining, themselves to Al] in'which-the Letih.bridg-e Clydcs tis 'The favoril e BOTH LEGS CUT OFF; .were very' good indeed. Car-j attracted my attention, 33" yeai-s old, j most." said.the minister." was that looking stallion o in the-'hospital this- morning., j the most successful part Of the show Chapeirot Victoriaf-' 'JTie riders roade very riding and changing i The winner's time for- pulleri off IB ithe three heats wa.s 9.20, that. 1 of Crazy Crow was 9.43. The bucking- contest took Brood niarc rind foal: 1st, Fred Ew- ing, '2 year old 1st, Fred Ewing, Lethbrjdge; 2nd, :J. D. Chapelle, V-lc-: up of quantities put up centred jn horse, -Clvde Weils JJe was :orced -defeat Bushnell There j Tom Three Persons I exhibition on a wicked horse got the prize with Stanley second.' Tho results of thc trot or pace: y Hart (.7; Cbapell. toria. Dry nmre: 1st and 2nd. J. D. ChaP- olle, Victoria, CLASS Stallion, 4 years or over: 1st, John Taylor, Lethbridge. I Brood JIare: 1st, IVed Ewing, Leth- j bridge. Poals: 1st and 2nd, Frod Kvving. i 1 year 1st and 2nd, Fred Ew-: ing. mare: 1st, Miss I'ora Hogers.' j 2nd, W. Jackson, llacleod. Single Driver: 1st, A- E. Humph-i Took One floise fand Aban-j DEFENCE CONFERENCE Eng., Aug. is vi-ry bttle to add cables wspoctinff the imperial defence con-' fercnce, the final meeting of which 'be lield'..next" Tuesday.' As far as Canada is concerned it is understood the conference inff on. Bespccting Australia reason to believe thai aa arran-e-" donedflis Outfit Out Iu Gros Ventre mant oi an essentially satisfactory' is in progress of completion.. Hpwlily in rtrai-ht heats in the bes :t took four heats to settle the 2.30 trot or pace which was finally won result of having both logs cut-i was' ttoe'- agricultural .'exhibit. "The .by K- train, in the Grand Trunk j root 'ci-ops and alfalfa exhibits show- of tin- whole meet. way-Yards _ at- Point St. Charles Jed that these are being successfully here, I anr pleased TO right of people, thai. Kitty Hart with Gaioty j is. the farmer, is interested in the ex- ihibition." >fr. Finlay had been taken out for the eve of the ride in the vicinity of the city and ______. infc-rence that the owner had mourit- ries, Lethbridge; 2n-d, ..A. away for some rea- i M-'-dicinc- Hat, Aug. 13.-0n Mon- day of last week Captain. Parker of the R.N.W.M.P. received word from Putnojn Brothers-' Ranch in the Gros Ventre district, about 22 miles out from the H'at, to the effect that a horse had been tit-d to a portion of) TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. their fence for the past four days. will vote on a bylaw to A wagon and a double sot of harness (exempt an oatmtsal miu from wen- also then- showing that a had been driven to that point. Th-- absence of the other horso'led-to Orril1 J- Armour, aged was thrown a Morris. to in 'the I.T.P. Terminals the principal contestant. C. W. Gray's Bar! Gray, a nevr horse, crowd as a !y animal that could do a good AI VanCOUVer j he spoke in glowing terms of" the better than he did." Dr. .Ullman _ wheat ;cnd oats ready to cut and the j was injured .in the second heat and of whirf! TWO fiito withdra-Km 8233 3r. Ullman (J. D. Chapelij i 4 Tinie: 2.26, 2.39 235 6-furJoug dash: 1st, Jjlandoff (J. H.'ilei, 2nd. Buckleya (Blue Vein Stud Farm' Jdora Also rans. O'Bay (Sf. JjOan, 'ksattlc. Aug. Sir Charles Wil- j 1, of Ixindon. president of the ind. Trunk railway system and C. Hays of Montreal, President of of which two cuts had been which he saw On the trip. for an opinion regarding- the of the agricultural .society jrrounds by the city. Finlay Carriag-e stallion, 4 years or, over: 1st, Fred Ewing, Lethbri-dge; 2nd. Hanson, Cardston.. Stallion, 2 years old: 1st. W. A. Jackson. Macleod. Brood raare: 1st, S. -Tones. roal-" 1st, S. -Tones, 2 year oW or gelding. 1st. Her j son. The police ir.adi- in- O. T. P.. arrived in Seattle last l ho was pleawx.I toria to look after road, ft is our in-tentiou to have terni- to be used jointly the b.t on their way to Vancouver and !know '-haT 'his was TO bo done and .the interests jthiu considerable sum of money 'would be in erecting up-to-date iiiklinprs, which will meet the grow- ig reouirementp of the fair. j lie fxprofsod hip s.To.titndo'' to ih-- j directors of the .society for the var- jious courtesies extenderj to him both at fair and in driving out in (-be country. He men- tioned .'Uso that he considered tho most thriving city be has y vvi ui fieiuac jvanhoo (T. B. Jmkinson, Med-lbert Lavoney, Lethhridge Team: 1st, J. F. Rodgers. 3rd (P- 2nd. Ed. Hodges. Magrath. and ascertained that the cut- out from- Prance to the Maple! district some- sit months ;igo.! In May went to and! on quarter of sec. 25-5-5, i south of Medicine Lodge and opposite j Badwater Lake. The team had j recently purchased from H. Mnndfe, of Coleridge, the set. of harness from i Foster and the wngon iron) S.T.! j managership Of the Royal Bunk at was a gold wat.ch.aiid banguet The citizens of Gwlph. Lumber Co.'s mill near was destroyed by fire. Indians Have To Pay Fines WATCH LETHBRIDGE GROW at Northern and the Northern Pa- in Vancouver, B. C." said Pres- Hays, "as well as terminal ios in Xrancouver and besides op- ion of a fleet of ships in th-e Or- -I-trade, we are ffoing to have fl. in See-ttlc. Car Fell Into An Inlet (visittHi this ywxr. uacouver, Aug. people :nore or less painfully injured a.fternoon at 4 o'clock when ii Vancouver street car ranaway g to the brakes failing to work tell into the Inlet. The motor- KcJly jumped, at the first t and his skx'll. but ictor Jones stuck to his post be- fae SAid he wiis afraid the wo- and vhildren would try atd cla- out into the water. His nose broken. Mrs. Arnold K'ealy is ig the injured. The passengers rather panicky but scvortl show pluck. SETTLED BY COMPROMISE Aug. iiinier vjiliiiitjoi: of harx-i'stine1 maehinory from jind the United State-; havi: h-.-n Hftflod by "f iii.--j pnted i BUILDING PERMITS The following boilding permirs hav been taken out, in the last day or two; W. R. Waldon. in Duff Addition, value SflOO. D.- S. Patterson, .sesidenc-e MM don Road; value C. L. Upton, residence on value T. J. Shirley, residence on West- minster Road, value, Wm. Dclair. dwelling on James ST., North Ward, value f K'tweett of this city. Stephen lies reports that just previous to- the dat on which the outfit was found, j saw a man at the corner of Dun-j more Farm putting two sets of hwr-j ness on one horse. i Tin- homestead haj- been visit f 'he police, but then Jt. A'.- w. M. P. are hav- v to do.. ee Indians, Young-crop-eared-woli j J-viding-black-horse? and Mike Oka wore up before Supt. -Wilson and filled and costs or 10 in ?aol. Jvm. l.eavitt was fined are improve I dnnik and disorderly and it i. donbf-! K> fo'r Three men. Jack- b T McNeil A view of a portion of the City taken from the Elector, on We.tmin.ter Rd. Photo the Colonial Photographic Co. whatever on it and it ful if Rodier had born tlier The i.s rho mi probably mounted a tinhorn who ,-ir- iii the fair ground.- on ,1 c.hxrzc. of vagrancy. iCoai Frauds In Alaska anv thankful to be snppliod with information concerning where- abonts or thftt of the'horse ii he has been picked up. j Jy dummy entrymen, procured through agents of six large The land office has prove, according to public. to ;