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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL II. LETH6RIDGE. ALBERTA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, IS09. NO. 287. HARVESTERS ARE ON THE WAY DROPPED TIM HURST New York, Aug. special to the World says that Bun Johnson, president of the American league, announced last riisht- that he dropped Tim Hurst, u famous umpire and referee from his staff of iirbitruxors. In Hurst's stead, Mike Thompson, one of the most famous football referees has, been signed and will take uj> hi.s duties immediately. Four Thousand Ar- rive Today From the East Winnipeg, Aug. first har- vest excursion from the east to the western harvest fields will arrive in WITHOUT A CLUE NOW Rochester, N. Y.. Aug. j Ewald. the Greek farm hand and sus-j I pect in the Schumacher murder, has i I been released having satisfied the! j authorities of his whereabouts at the' i time of the crime. There are abso-1 I lutfly no clues in the hands of the i officers now; I WAS RYAN AN INNOCENT MAN? Brother Joseph Ryan May Be Alive STRIKERS ATTEMPT TO DESTROY PROPERTY! Stockholm. Aug. the first time since the of the i genera) .strike in Stockholm. tin; J j strikers are attempting to damage j property. Last nigJn a stick of dytia- j mite was placed on the track of j of .street railways but fortunately t i: was discovered before, ii This morning a number i-lrctric -.vires were cut. TWO HUNDRED MILES OF UNE STRIKERS AWED I Militia Out USED AUTOMOBILE To Hudson's Bay Will To Con- struct in Force at Fort Wil- j Ham Fort William, Ausr. by I tin- display of armed the i striking Canadian P.'ieific freight han- dlers aru in a peaceful mood today and the situation in tin- coal docks S'.-wnd to be under control. A row) of steel keep-; back the curious ones! although the- strikers ajv up on! iJV streets occupied by troops, they are quiet. All of the Canadian Pacific sheds are now guarded by the militia. The local regiment, which was on duty 4 ocloek y.-sterday ant-moon lias been augmented by a THOMAS USED EMPLOYER'S NAME G.T.P. SHOPS AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Aug. work of rtrtrt con" i constructing the Whine shop feiulld 44 round house for the G. T. P. started this morning. The shops are located on their property a mile- Maritime Provinces and Ontario. Ar- rangements hax-e Been completed their distribution throughout west. tto north of the city. Carter dinner Company .of Winnipe; HARVESTING AT BRANDON j Brandon, Man... Aug. f ing is in full swing on the Brandoji j farm. Today the bind- ers are busy cutting wheat nnd will in all probability continue without cessation until all the wheat is cut. Many farmers in the Brandon district were seen work in the wheat fields for the first time yosiprday. In tin- country .surrounding Brandon the field? are beginning to show up heavy j with stocks. There is little doubt thai the close of tlir> week will see} wheat cutting general on all sides. Al- have the contract. Work will not be com- pleted two White I-'isb, Out., Aug. 14.__Was Maurice Ryan handed an innocent man at. North Bay on June 5, for the murder of his brother, Joseph Ryan? Or is it a mere coincidence that the following autograph was i found ou the walls of the White-fish j station yesterday: "JosepiT Ityan. i Kutland, Vt.. June 1908, west! Th Got Seven Thousand Dollars But Were Caught-Cliauf feur Was Clever detachment the R.C.M..R. whiel arrived early this morning. i Col. Steele helped amonu the mat Winnipeg, Aug. 13.-W. J. Clifford. of peace last nisht bv the engineer in charge of party tho strikers that no strike brak.-i inumber four, of the Hudson Bay would go to WQrk dl] noon Hallway survey reacged the city yes-; lhc that'he would keep ;tcrday morning having completed his hid word h .work of running a line from Split }lour_ ;I-a.ke to Fore Churchill and "taking .souiKliugs of Churchill Plarbor and its vicinity. The only incident of this morning was a wholesale search for STEAMERS COLLIDE INSOO j letter was introduced, said to bave .been written by Joseph j St. AI bans, Vt., and that he had been seen I in February, 1908. ing up to the Valley Bank of Santa at Split Lake on JSTc Clara in a hired automobile, two reaching Churchill about tlie assistants shotguns, stole j Lake is about 200 miles and -V jand fled in the machine. Seven miles ;Mr- Gifforxi when seen by a reporter jaway, after they had been chased by 'yesterday said chat section of the citizens "in automobiles, not be diJh'cuIt to build. Th" Wero h-is i -L _s (words on the railows bawhts were captured and the country is partly clay and partly irius i It was that the skel- wiUl sprUCe 'timber M I- f n ir i found m woods m Jii j rnan had been confined to prison for j prev.-m-d a head on collision. The, the past thirteen months for having i action, however, could not avoid aw-i7 (wished a forged cheque on te Bank. crash which followed. The Pbipp.-; i Tiur government ordered him back to j i'J ihn water, bound down, will) Itaiy- i a of iron struck the Mori-el a fflancing- blow on the port- bow, hi-r HOSPITAL SUNDAY NOTES i anchor puncturing ;l hole and her Hospital Sunday, September j ?toirj tearing- several plate.- just b.ick The Companions of the Forest have; of the bulkhead about eight them. At- a. .special of the i board last night 'it wa.-; decided to i THE WAY THEY DO Lat'c Montreal, Aug. La-'has ulso in -the Hillcrest PUT HIS FEET ON DESK Principal of a Brantford, Opt., Pub- lic School Dismissed I'.ranriurd, Aug. G.-int ask the architect to prepare specified-1 tions for the tearing down of th-" old part of the old' Centra] School and for the building up of a wall of the Bariord wing which will be a.s a high school. report of the school rivif-rc, former chairman of the 'road mine. committee offered some very import-1 The ncw shaft of tilc C' A" c- C- Co. which was ilooded 'has been pump mission investigating day. He admittv-d that ijime Aldermen were under hi.- to i e-d out and 200 tons a clay is being-; heavier I raised and shipped. A fire occurred in the rear of the .Miners Hotel. Only the wash house Xoble and likely honored name, not suspecting fraud. parently Thomas had made good use of his opportunity to correspondence while in the office and .carefully planned these frauds. He had taken a tracing of 3Ir. No- ble'.s signature and it only differed from the real thin? by being a trifle j Thomus is .said to bavL- done crook- oJ work in Lethbridge and to have leer material for street works in i i m was damaged. Had it not been Tor; Bank 01 Montreal record in the east in which the prompt turn-out of tihe fire bri- gade there would have been a serious It occurred ttt 9.30 p. m The reporter for The Lethbridge and j Calgary Hcrukl who lives in Blair- I the was victimized. His a bauber' the loss. Milnes sell three fourths of aJI land sold here to Americans he may now be gettin? money in Iowa are also in lino. -Messrs. Allen and Gibbon b eing their representatives on the joint committee. Joint, committee meeting in the reading room_ at the San- day afternoon at 3 p.m. All es are requested to attend. Morrvll the was CAPTAIN DIED ON THE WAY '_ N'ow York, Aug. th- j Italia arrived today from -Vap.t-.s she was in command of her: j first officer, with the dead of: j her cap'ijiin lying below docks. On his dismissal. His letter was filed j for the Xorth Ward b} H oj 6 to o. Tlie prineiiwl j consequence it will be nrc is tn have placed his on if eJa.ss hours. a primary j teacher can be secured. until a 'bi-r crack On top which is opening mm or, s.verid occcasions .harj better oome hen- and "reside. dermeii. Hi- als., JJJPT iwhen if it Mr. Jirunet's offier to files ;ind material- more, reporting that there is danger i statfts where'the arm is of Turtle Mountain falling to Known. Ihomas in Lethbridge for sev- lor street works. come here does fall he would not ;iin-.have to pay funeral expenses. There 'rrtl worked in the En- Co. office for a time. VETERAN MISSIONARY OF FAlTNORTH Alleged Stabber Was Dismissed Police Court Mi'eS Make Hundred of heart failure while in his Iwrrli the police court, H, was 57 years old, a native, of i Edmonton, Aug. onifhrcv walking on the; Scotland, and a 'decJi of u Mackenzie River boat, in service of the Anchor Iin thc OI' Roman Catholic- real estate- agent, was. fined Line. Trip Of Hi8 Parish was shown at this morning that, boulevards must be- stopped. H. W. S3 and costs and was thf first fined for the offence. Several men wore finocl and c.-.sts for being drunk and disordfirjy ihis morning. The man who was arrested on a charge of attPmptin? to stab a com- panion at, the C. P. R. bnnk house! ypst-rday was dismissed this There was some trouble at din-1 ner about tho seating. i said'' "You sit ovc-r there." I Xo. 2 replied, "You shut up or I'llj punch your nose." Then Xo. 1 rushed with a tabl' knife in hi; imnd. witJj a his girdle, wjih his hand in tho ;1tti- aooff had trip was thrill ing as tored high, wutcr all the v Jiud to get out puii ;is no truth, howover. in the crack 1 opening as it has recently in- by trovc-rnmcnt ofTicials who ougiht- to know. Some liftoou of twenty cottojres i have -betvi erected in Bellevue the C. 0. Co. of Hillcrest. They say i fortj- more are required. The corn- Pany opening up a new mine one mile- north of where they in- striking- the main umncl from ti-ansfer the Cotvl to GOLD IN MARKET GARDEN Owner Disposes of Fifteen Acres for Goodly Sum Spokane, Wash., Aug.' Eakin, a pioneer market gardener of Idaho and former sheriff of Nez Perce county, living. .irl the upper Salmon river country, and his wife have come into their own and will be able to pass rest, of their days in peace the eDtrance of the Bellevue mines, i amj comfort. Eakin has just sold his King Approves a Commission is rejxirted thjit tho W. C. 0. Co. -will have men at work mining 'n four months, having four minirs in operation. Rivc'r- 'iin-y headway with tho scow. It .ock Away m the of the venerable: The story, in' words Of Father to nipids dis- praesr. stretches somo-hrouxl river of .Ilusson, is as follows: -We lofi. Fxi- of less than one hundred Robinson Will Show Fight track patch of 15 acres -to a syndi- cate of eastern capitalists for 000, and placer mining operations for gold will be carried on thore in the future-. Eakin discovered the yellow dns! in hi? garden on river bar .some timr ago, but was not develoj) the property owing- to ihc great expense of installing the necessary machinery. The syndicate sunk several shafts to bedrock. from NEWS FROM TABER Tuber, Aug. and dersoo Mr. and Malo, Miss Fannie Long, Mr. A. Wood and Mr. E. Miller, nre visitors at the Lethbridge fajr. Mr. W. A. Yeoman returned this Tioraing from a visit to his home in Spokane. Mr. Yeoman has extensive armincr iaterests south of the city. Mr. W. A. Auhin. of the Imperial Co.. of Grassy was a :itOr in the city for a few days this of closer trade relations i-thered to learn .._ ana ior the development-of mutual: other the .book of nature. trading facilities between Canada and the British West, Indies. His Th- lake was stiH >Vars- crops wen: I some source, ;.strong in the of the Ice King to the warn, w.-atiior i not sufficiently so to onai.lc the !which them growing all the t.imr- Father Husson is a true patriurch. I trai] to hc taken. ronse-iand tho of ndn -hiring' For thirty-five yoirs WflS thji; trip of o-er Out., Aug. James! Robinson, the reputed joint his children will never brt taken alive is the opinion expressed by thej of this neighborhood. He is .-aid figf to bi if th. armed and will put up a aitth'iritiiis earner him in Mvity DID TORONTO CITY AFFORD PROTECTION For Martian's Point vestigation Will Be Held Toronto. Ont., AU-J. In- work. jnissionaries far north as the Arc-tic circle, and for j many years he has been actively en- gaged in the ent of missions with at Kdmoinon. ffhis iong jx-riod of very often by around th.- Jako had to be made jbcon hanl on {ho and half on foot. Tho snow was a3) gone but jbroetls oa Account. 01 t.bf; -scjvrcity of the trail was anvthing hut U Fon At (.he Lespo.r i J. Jms.s ty walk At (.he Lesser set- jUtMimnt we a team and wag- hy of suj-erinteml- and wert- Driven to Tence Kjvcr 'Crossing. Afu-r spying a few ar. mission h-rc T wcoil raft wit-h a fellow and Mr. R. A. Orman, is L fine new barn to replace the ecently destroyed by fire. A Janro warehouse is beintr roar of rho Tabor Trading Co.'s Mrs. Williams of Emerson, Man. j here today 10 join her bus-i Clara Andrews at th Point fire showed tliftt weak- pressure a3Jowf.fi thf ;idj fJ. intimated thai would bi- ;i full inquirv as to whe- eity provided protrc. V M Hauler.-._vearfs OI. wat'-r! jovial a ther th lion. -JM. ing- man at is stron.tr in ixxly. spirit, and of every evidence of lonp continued service in th..- there, of ynsonir t.he inh-ab'it- ;aits of thc far north. Anoihor picture nf F-'ather Hudson may be had at the Roman Catholic rnonnstry in Kdmonton. on cor- m t.hroo days wo Fort Vormilljon ing- rovcnx! a di> uinco of 275 miles in that lime. I at this point for 's thon a party Fort f'hipcwxan. We chutes in boa-t nnd to have most ,-ts hen- I.-'ather ITusson found thai tb- settlement htld iii.-e.imate.ci by disoas-- find par- suirvjition among natives. himself as satisfie'1 with the progress which the missioua l.wvc with sur- c.-ss which who have turned their aU.-ntion to i'arm- s in ins of the the development- there will be much ac- "J the Until a short L ago Mrs. Eakin did not see face of a white women but now be able to travel and visit-