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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. I. LETHBWIDGE, ALTA., MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1101 NO, Sit ELEVEN MEN AT WORK IN SHOPS Scottish Farmers Here Next Month Reported to Have Been En- gaged Since April Tin. etween the I' L K. and the ,4tiiking machinists so: rns to Ifavc settled down to a fight to a iinisli. The company is constantly putting men in the shops all over the system. At UK- focal shops there are now eleven or twelve men under Fun-man LVJHit-father, six having irnvid during tht past forty-eight hours. Judging from what HerL uld learned from one of the new. conii-rs, the. C. P. R. has been long preparing for the strike. man said thai had been hind last "Apiil to hold th mo- over the A. E. I. line on Saturday, n'steen from Milk River and. nine .from Raymond. Another train load is due to go today. Saturday's ship. ment was made by A. P. Day of Mc. dicine Hat to Montreal for export to Great Britain. In conversation with the Herald re. H- C. McMullen, the C. P. TV. ,-attle inspector, stated that the cattle Chipping was remarkably active for i arly "in the season. Over half of .he. cattle that will be shipped are uit already and there will be very left for October shipment. This ta due to several reasons. The price o! beef has been very good, the beef came through the winter in fine shape and the grass has been ex. c pdonally good. The cattle got inlo "prime condition and are very heavy. The shipment this year will b eight or ten thousand short of lac-t year in this district .but. thor alive, with only a burn on the nose. small SAD FIRE AT GORE BAY Gore Bay. Ont., Aug. ned by a strong wind curly Sunday destroyed fifteen places of busin. ss and eight residences. ELEVEN LIVES LOST Grand Rapids. Mich., Aug. despatch from to the Kv evidence of the publication of by Mr. Scott holding that, only was thai: of Un- pub. licalion by Dobta who fil.d es at Herbert teieprnph office. Em. bury appearing Lnird, however. pointed out ttiui Scott WAS respons- ible the manufacture, of the m.nt complained of and as it passed out of responsible. Scott must be He quoted authorities and on this the magistrate was forced same bail as thai given by Scott. and one surely of that the premier will appear at the next sitting of the Serein-1 Court to answer the charge. The case of Scott against J. G. Maodonald also came up Macdon. aii{ waived preliminary hearing and Iv D. Wood, appearing for him iile an address to the court. He rm-y wore pr. pared to prove ihnt siock in the Saskatchewan Val. i- y and Manitoba Co. was is- sued to Scott and challenged the pre- mier fu go on wittf his charge. He waived the preliminary hearing and t clinical objections and offered bail. Miicdonald was bound over in the The following is the list of prize- winners at the Lethbridge and Dis- trict Agricultural Society Fair with the exception of those already pub- lished, the sheep which have not definitely decided, the judge's awards Ixiing on a different system from that provided in the prize lists, and the educational work, the lists of which, hnsx not yet reached the secretary. CLASS XIT, SIIORTHORX CATTLE Bull, 3 years old and upwards, J. H. i Riric Bull, 2 years old, J. B. Ririe. Bull, 1 year old, "David Prydc. Bull calf, 1, W. H. Pawson Jr., 2. J. B. Ririe. Cow with calf at foot. 1. J. B. Bi- rie; 2, Prydc. Heifer. 2 years, 'I, J. B. Riric; 2, S. Pryde. Heifer, 2 years, 1. J. B. Riric; 2, P. Heifer cnlf, .1. IT. Pnwson Jr.; 2. J. B. Ririe. Herd, bull nnd three femnlos. J. R. Ririe. Sweepstakes, bull any age. aay of beef breads. W. H. Pawson Jr. CLASH viv, DAIRY BREED CATTLE Pull. 3 years or over. Jas. John- stone. CLASS XV, GRADE CATTLE (BEEF BREEDS) Cow. 3 years or" over, 1. Jas John- stone; 2. E. J. Cook. CLASS XVI, GRADE CATTLE (DAIRY BREEDS) ilikh cow, 3 years or ovor. Jus. .Tohnstone. Heifer, 1 year old, W. H. Pawson, Jr. CLASS XVIIF, SWTXBV'YORK- SHIRE Boar, over 1 year, G. E. Hcmelryk. Boar under 1 year by Dr. 1 nnd G. E. Hcrnel- jKOW, OVCr i year, E. jnkrtntrifj' I Sow, under 1 year (Special by Dr. Mewburn) II. Smith. CLASS xix, SWIXE. BERKSHIRE Leghorn." brown, cock. 1. E. J. Cook 2, S. Leghorn, brown, hen, I anfl 2. S. Jones. Leghorn, brown, cockerel, 1, W. Car- ter, 2, S. Jones. Leghorn, brown, pullet, 1, S. Jones, 2. W. Carter. Plymouth Rock, hatred, rock, 1 and 2, E. J. Cook. Plymouth "Rock, barred, hen, 1, E J. Cook, 2. To.n Hamilton. Plymouth Rock, barred, cockerel, 1. J. Whitney. 2. K. J. Cook. TMymouth "Rock, bsirretl. pullet, I.E. J. Cook, 2, D. J. Whitney. Plymouth Rock. bufT, cock. 1 nnd 2, J. Livingstone. Plymouth Rock, buff, hen. 1. J. Liv- infrstone, 2, E. J. Cook. outbreak occurred at a most inoppor- tune time, about 12.30 p.m. as the lo- comotive foreman was. away at din- ner and only two men were in the shops. Fanned by a strong west wind the flames made rapid headway. At one time it looked as if the freight offices, elevators and a large amount of rolling stock would go, but they another country chances of being promoted to a higher position in. the C; P. R. The evening1 closed by singing Auld Lang Syne and God Save the King. Special mention must be made of 3Ir. and Mrs. A. Good, of the Sum- mit Hotel, for their kind and cour- teous manner in supplying the dance lall and otherwise assisting In cany- out the successful ?utertainments of the evening. Mr. Mathers and his family left on. the following night for Spokane Washington, where he has accepted a positioa with the N. P. R. He was met at the station by his employees who again wished him happiness and prosperity in his new Mr. Mathers formerly lived In bridge and was one of the movers in organizing the local union of I. A. of M. November, of which union he is still a He is well well known and very popular in Leth bridge. were saved, is, The estimated damage DROWNED IN A TANK Kim Creek, Man., Aug. Trimmer, Id years of age, was drown- ed here yesterday afternoon. He was engaged in filling a tank with water atir' in some manner the tank over. turned and held him in the water. Plymouth Rock, buff, cockerel, 1 nnd Livingstone. Plymouth Rock, buff, pullet. 1 awl 2 Boar, over 1 year. E. J. Cook, 2, J. B. Ririe. Boar, under I year (special by Dr. 1. .J. B. Ririe. 2. W. fl Pawson, Jr. Sow, over I year. L J. B. Ririe; 2, W. II. Pnwson. Jr. Best Boar, nny any breed, dip- loma, E. J. Cook. CLASS XX, SWINE. CrRADE Sow. over 1 year, F.. .1. Cook. Best pnir spring pigs. G. E. ITenv elryk. CLASS XXI, POULTRY i Plymouth Rock, 1. E. J. Cook. Leghorn, white, cock. 1 nnd E. J. i Minorca, cock nnd hen. 1, S. Jones cockerel. 1, .1. Livingstone. Plymouth Rock, whitt E. J. Cook. Plymouth Rork. white, pullet, 1, J. Cook. Plymouth Rock. i Cook. FOREIGNERS ATTACKED LAWLESS HARVESTERS Scene of Pandemonium on Excursion Train Coming West One Man Killed Winnipeg. Man.. Aug. thousand harvesters arrived in Win- nipeg yesterday on five excursion trains from the east IUIQ during last night an additional -reached the city or. five other long trains E. which reached the city at intervals of one hour and a half. Tn all. an even cockerel, lr E. J. Cook. Leghorn, white, hen, 1 nnd 2, S. Jones. Leghorn, white, cockerel, 1 2, E. J. Cook. Leghorn, white, pullet, 1 and 2, E. J. Cook. Minorca, cocketol and pullet, 1 and 2, S. Jones. Wyamlotto. white, cock, 1, E. J. Cook. 2, S. J. McDiarmid. Wyandotte, white, cockerel, 1 and 2. E. .1. Cook. (Continued on I.) ten thousand men arrived in the city six hours ago. The majority of these strong ar.d sturdy fellows are pre- pared to go at once into the harvest fieldv The last of the contingent from the maritime provinces came in shortly after 9 o'clock nnd in every coach the iit which they travelled, dows were broken. The ists stated that while their trains were comparatively quiet until Fort William was reached, between that point and Winnipeg an almost con- tinuous battle was in progress be- tween tho harvesters and the foreign- ers employed in the double rtnd in the section gangs. The bitter, incensed by the attacks of the party which had passed previous day, endeavored to seek re venge by hurling rocks through the train windows. At every point the.track laborers were met this WM repented with the result that many occupants of the train took 5a the upper berths of the while others retaliated stones which had been whenever possible. by throwing accumulated Back ;