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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta v The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL II. BRIDGE. ALBERTA. SATURDAY, AUGUST, 21, 1909. NO. 2C3. HON. FIEAY IS AGAINST SENATE Wants Agricult u r a 1 College Away From University RACING IN WEST L; wAydR.-fi: MAY RESIGN CHILD LOST i I Kootenay Valley Is a j Scene Of Many j Bad Fires i town -council -has refused to rescind grant .to :the .cricket club and Mavor Grfer declares he will resign rather than sign tho cheque for the graiit. LIFE IN FIRE Calgary, Aug. 21 Alberta Ag- ricultural College may noc be estab- lished in connection with the 1'rovin cial University at Strathcona after all. Hon. W. T. Finlay. minister Agriculture, is opposed to it being J .situated in the same town with tho j provincial university and expresses j the opinion that the university's sen- j zite has acted prematurely in the matter and that the agricultural col- j lege should be located where it wouUl i be. of more benefit to sons j and consequently be more largely j and Ije of more value to the province. i Askod what, he believed would Ije in i the best interests of the farmer in the location of The, agricultural lion" Mr. Finlay said i my views are that th'.: action of the senate of the university was premature, and WHS taken with- j o-ut due consideration. This is a sub- ject that should be very carefully thought ou-t bet on- decided action was taken. i "The people most affected are Uu- j farmers' sons of this province, and what would be most conduc ve to their interests and the education of a class of future farmers in this great j western land s-houkl be paramount in i the minds of everyone who has to do with the Me believed that the location of college should be. whore the great- j Mest benefit w.uukl result to the great- possible number and whore the m- 'interests of the agricultural community, would be th: bust mainta.in.tKL j To him it appeared that best re- sults would not follow if the location was in immediate proximity to the j university as the tendency would n'fi j to make the pupil hanker after a ELS'HIGHNESS-ABBAS PACHA, KHEDIVE OF EGYPT. or Heart Moved To Other Side (Special to the Hcreld) GREEKS RAfSE MONEY Those in America Contribute Toward a Battleship j Seattle, oi the, Greek Catholic Church herr i raised among themselves and J turned over the. cash to their pastor i Distressing Fatality On a Farm Near Taylorville (Special to the llerakij Cardston. Aug. distressing Fern'ie. Aug. continued! yesterday for the purpose of assist-! dry. windy weather is resulting inking in the building of a battleship to accident occurred at Taylorville yos- thc starting and spread of many bush j b.': given to Greece to use in case of terday at 12.30. Mr.. Summerieldt. fires throughout the Kootenay valley: war with .Turkey. Local Grevks hope who is renting the Bert Barber ranch and along the Crow's Xcst line of t, raise add to the amounts was out in the field when his wife railway. i being raised in other parts of the took his dinner to him. The two A fire has been burning, despite the j country. Rev. M. G. Andreade. who Children, one years and the other j ellorts of the lire wardens and large j is in charge of the here, said 'six months, were left at the house. OI niL'n- south ol" -Taffray for j that already hid bt-t-n rais .d xvhile lho was -absent the several days and as yet it has hot. by Grec-ks in this counsry. He add- i took lire. The. oklest diild been subbed. j Ki tnat believed war with Tur- rushed out. of the house, leaving the FALLS SIR JOSEPH WARD Premier of New. Zealand n Toronto. Ont.. Au; Thumas -if Street, was taken to St. Michael's hospital two! from severe j the region of the he-art. On J inn, the was nnde i thvt his hear; had m cEroin 'H spreading" normal position on the left side, and doing hs work 'on the 'right; Mon.issev for sonu. side m-xt to lung. cavity jto ,rain-n., UjJOn Ht.ilI another bush Reports from Cranbrook state that key will result from thi. a fire has started near that town tan. disturbance. i thin last day or two' and is j much trouble to ke'-p it from present Anoth (iro hfts hpen timc and seems b'abv inside. Before the parents ar; j rived at th-..- dwelling it was totally burning the little baby. j Mr. Suiinncrfeklt and wife have thi; sympathy of the entire community in tlv'-ir i (bank and hung we. n lit..- and to have sprung up ;ibout two miles the pains. The foal Creek, near the line o; jtnrs say that th- heart was i tin, M. F. railway this aitcr- jout of position by th- pre.sure of the; noon, un-d a gang'of thirty or'forty formed by acute indigestion. i men are righting against the spread -------------------------I of the flames to the town, which so recently has suffered from a 'big blaze. The lack of rain for the last two weeks and the continual high wind hus made ever.v thing so drv that the loa-st starts a conflagration in tht; brush and underwood. The gov- ernment authorities are doing all they to kc-i-.p the many fires tin- i VV'O 7T-: Britian and Canada Come To Under- standing i Cons3rvative Elected by Three Standing of i Parties Huifa-x. N. S-, Aug. ilu- b-Vi'-s-'ectinn in the fourth district County fur the Legislature of 1 him, ;md Ma- i man I stabl i back down. "and a The him alU-.l fur "and promptlv arrived who he mm with revnlv-r Jind w O Diuv was in after a struggle cells. The assis jured and will b ot tln-m into their imt w.is badly in-j d for lif-. radually pu.lmg the he bank Wllh 'him- bm ;f and throwing oni li3S anr. awumd- injin'' f-roiri H- locked Bell ug, dor control, ijut it is feared that un- soon comes to relieve the Halifax, Aug. parlies tl-c- at Mount Wil- liam-; "or tlv- lo.-i tv.-'i yp'-ir old Mud- ff'.ili1. mining since ._ that serious will citizen.- of WestvilL- turned out-: surely he done. in large v.umber? today muJft. n! The secc.nd annual convention -of iJ-uitKss Tlir -farmers ior the Sunday School Association of miles around, tin- vicinity art- >iill. the T-'erai-a district has been in session Pri-st- -CJward Island today, M. C. Tryon., (Con.) defeated Capt. i _ Read (Lib) by thre- vot Th- AlltO UlSaStCf Lib r ..Is'thus io.-v' and the Conserva- tives ga-hi a and the strength of parlies in the L -gislature i _ instead of encouraging a j found by Saturday night, they would j love for farm life and a desire to go p.rge their and furnish teams lf h-irk tii it. niske a final search on Sunday. The! back to it. THIS COW IS FOND OF FISH underbrush is very thick in 'the neighborhod and besides there are many'old pits, filled with water, and here for the past two days, and Sun-day school officers and workers from ?vlichel. Mosiner. T'CIKo and Coal C'reek met" those of the several Sun- da v M-.hools of Fcrnie in the ilethorl- Amoiig- the visitors Rev. G. T. Che.noweth and Mr. from Rev. Mr. Hyde and H. Lee, of l-Iosmer Rov. of C'oul Creek Todhunter. of KIko, and. Rev. Mr. Myo.rs of the. London. Aug. is understood thai arrangements concluded between the Imperial Government and Canada for naval defence only await ratifica- tion hv; Dqininion parliament. The scheme as adopted is as highly satisfactory to both parties 'It is stated that Caiiad., will iately commence -to buil-d a new navy The admiralty has i.o a number of naval officers who shortly will proceed to the Dominion and ad- vise on the work of organizing thn new Canadian navy in accordance SERESFORD LIKELY TO COME WEST .Montreal, Aug. b-en receivrd here that Admiral Lord Chas. here las: night when a large Bere.-ford. who' sailed from Liverpool ing car going at a high rate of Canada today on the Allan crashed through the railing of S-attle, voun, EMPLOYER and one IfVan, of the, A LOT OF GOODS automobile, met dr-a.th-and two young j Si. John. X. B.. Aug. women narrowly escaped ;i similar! Patrick, an employee of Arnold's De- tour- i partment Store, was today arrested charged with stealing goods from his the employer amounting to Pat- with plans, agret-d upon at the perial Defence Conference., Tm- STOOD BY DEAL Devours Large Quantities with Relish i almost overgrown, where a Is Anxious for It Too j Appear. Picton, Aug. a herd young cattle, the property of McMahon at .Milford. there is a J OUHg S year-old heiffr which has developed a rather peculiar appetite, none other j than a fondness for fish. As the eel; fishermen of this section, in quest! of bait, are running their shad nets, j which are close in shore, the ani- mal in- question, with every appr-ar- child British Foreign Bible Sociotv. i Toronto.; A-ug. the most Messrs. Koh.-r.tson. Muirh-ead, Wotfacr- i hostile campaign in the ilt. Mrs. Hall. Miss Ut-r. Mrs. Lee. thf' council ratified the MLSS Kina and many others connect- to the Iron Com- ed with, our city schools were also panj' of ]1 of' "la rid and 20 acres participants in the exercises. Rev. i water lot on the east, shore of Torori- H. R. Grant took a prominent, Cawt-hra Mulock is at the bUlt to niness Rev- W. T.. of tnt: m'w> iro" -industry which inian, is anxious to .take advan- cf Jiis visit ro the Dominion to make a tour of th-- West in order to j Vancouver, B. C., the. se? the granary of tin? Empire in the of oar, who was a S-at-tl act- of turning out its wheat. Arrange-! trt-sttp over the Tid" Plats. Ail rick, it- i? bv-en carrying of tin.' party were from j tides away in his pockets for nearly' the. driver'two years. The stuff found in his-, man.! room and-at his brother's amounted tide, wus at flood when the auto-1 to more than two large loads, con- ments are now under way'for provls-ii mobile crashed through the rail, and sisri ng of brass clocks, tables, tapes- inn of private car on the Canadian j the victims wc-iv hurled" into'several silk curtains and several dozen Pacific Eaihvay for the admiral and j feet of watt r. -Mass Mary Paul, a sis-; valuable pictures, his party and a-tour is to be arrang- ter" of one of the dead, and Miss K--ite ed which will give Lord Charles op- portunity of seeing the value of the Dominion a? a- part of the British Empire. KING BOUGHT BOW ISLAND LOTS Hiscock were rescued by a boatman ALD. who heard their cries aud found them clinging to the wrecked car. All of the young women are .said to! That Tbvfrn Is Sanv beloug to prominent families in Van-j Ple Corn Shown nine ance of anxiety, hastens to the not. take tbc part assignexi to h.im on the program. i The convention rcas closed bv a tea Sault. Ste. Mane, Mach.. Aug. 19-SOrvcd to the visitors by the will bf1 a mammoth one. beach, where she stands awaiting the -Fred G. Coswell. a watchman in tho "church, after the steamer J. T. Htitchinson, met' a -horrible death early this morning distribution of T.r :V T the latter boat was lockin i the catch, and de- '____ ____ JUCIV" w through the American vours large quantities with a? mucti i t, fe H boat was warping tip to the relish as other cattle -would the H B which a short musical prograrn was rendered by local talent last night, thus ending a very pleasant as well Canal. Taejas profitable meeting-. south j choicest morsels known to. the cow- bill-of fare. pier at the upper c.nd of the canal and Cogswel clambored over the side general manager' of the Fort Steel Brewing Co.. has been taken to the Fernie hospital, suffer- ing from an attack of typhoid fever. TO MEET IN CANADA AND WEST INDIES London, Aug. West Indies. of the boat to get ashore to handle the lines. In the" darkness he slipp- ed into the water between the FLOODS IN AUSTRALIA wallj-. He caught Aug. 2i._There are ser- I ious floods throughout the state of the canal walli'. He causli the fender and tried to get out, Royal Commission to which Hon. j he was too late. The boat closed aud j victoria.' Many villages have been Messrs. Fielding ami Patterson were crushed him between the lender submerged- and there have been a appointed members, held a meetmff i the canal walls, nearly cutting him j nuTnber of fataiitles. Rajlroad coni. at the Colonial office today for or- in two. The first mala when he saw, munication betsveen Melbourne and ganization. __Lord_ Bur- the accident fumped from the boat j Adelaidc has been suspended of leigh, presiding-. It is expected that f tried t-n reach Cogswell, "but failed the first meeting of -the commission (jo S0- tho boat pulled away, will be held at Ottawa Sept. 21. j ]WWever. he pulled him ashore, but Other meetings will follow- at Mont-1 Jived a few minutecf. real. Quebec. Halifax. St. .lohn ;i college student a.tred 20. Toronto. Then the commissioners j VOHrs. He had been on the boat, for' will adjourn to the. West Indies dur- j two nionths and was making his list inff the winter months. trjp before preparing for the fall term I Hi.s parents live in Cleveland and the body was shipped there tonight.'j ARBITRATION BOARD j instruction? from Hntchinson AT FORT WILLIAM i and Co., owners of the boat. j Fort Aug. 20.Frederick ITr- j ry declined to act on the Board of; SLACKMAiLER NIPPED i Arbitration of the C. P. K. frdahtj Ont _ 30.-Albert Da-i liandlers for company and AUbr-' a ywnc mm a hgck MH] j man W. T. Rankin has been chos-n j fl {orm falackmailinp. He i in his place-. Mr. Rankm and J. i a widow, a scrub Christie, of Wimpe? met today and nnd told was asnwd on Captain Samuel >ounjr and that ,he him ?5ft lie Iiavf her arrested for main- taining ill famo. 8h" spended lays on account of the co.llap.se jridges. RAILWAY COMMISSION HERE IN OCTOBER Ottawa, Aug. is tho if. intention of the railway com- Of. if. mission to make a trip to the jfc Pacific-coast. Sittings will be heitl as Winnipeg, Oct. II; Brandon, Oct. 13; Re- gina. Oct. 14; .Saskatoon, Oct. 15; Prince Albert, Oct. 16; Ed- monton. 20; 4c Oct. 22: Vancouver. Oct. 27; Victoria. Oct. 29.. and at Nel- son and Lethbridge at later Assistant chairman vill preside a the sit- TOO MUCH ALCOHOL Toronto, Ont., Aug. samples of so-called temperance beer, recently seized in the Cobalt district and sent to the License Department at Toronto for! analysis, .seven have j found to contain more pt-r cent, alcohol and 79. cent. TOLSTOI'S SECRETLY EXILED Tula, Rnssia, Aug. Guzeff, private secretary 'to Count Leo Tol- stoi, has been exiled1 to the Province of Perm, For a period of two years for circulating Tolstoi's pamphlet en- titled "Thou Shalt Do No .Murder." which is a plea against the infliction of the- death penalty. He corted to Perm by gendarmes. DROVE ENEMY OFF Morocco. Aug. Moor? yesterday made a. daring at- tack on a Spanish convoy. For a while the fighting was desperate, but- Spanish artillery arrived enomy were driven off and the the third mombr-r adjourned cose of Mrs. Bold-j'ber Co., two general sjores, on hard- i-son vs. English was resumed at the, ware store, one furniture store, one English Had To Up police court this morning. grocery one meat market, one'. -The case- which at first appeared, to j 'candy, store, two blacksmith shops, be of considerable dimensions harness shop, three .implement itself at length into a climax ofiaSencies. one tailor, two liveries, a a series o'f neighborly quarrels thatisash aml door factory, one pool hall, have been going on for some time. i one barber postoffice, school house, new Presbyterian church, one private bank, one paint shop, -C. P. One 0-1 Mrs. Bo'lderson's boarders gave evidence which went to fliow thai apparently Mr. Enclish had statlon taid reat criminal intention and "the posses. Ludtke Wadde11 !I ion of the revolver at time ac- (fourteen residences. cord-ing to Mr. story, wasj or.ly incidental. Hlf explained that he had been looking for a black cat which it seems sinister inten- tions against his chickens. Mr. Harris referred to the ing in of the "black cnt tail" as ai visited Bpw Island, last January it--. was a busy burg with a few buildings along the railroad. Now build- ings are crowded out of sight by the many new ones since built. There then hardly half a dozen men in the town but now there is a BEAUTIFUL LETHBRIDGE A Delightful Resting Place: The South Side of the Square'with its Shady Trees. Photo by the British Colonial Photographic Co. delusion of the defendant aarK 4 i won of over two hundred. An v.- tal state and suggested that po.ssiblvi u- re office has been added and the the ominous animal might have as- stiinod some tran.sformatkm during episode as this particular species of animal i? fabled to have done. Re. was assured by Mr. Simmons how- ever that the cat existed as an or- dinary whose pedigree might be obtained if necossarv. A- -NOW there is more than one .street, has been enlarged. One big improvement is the day train service. In fact twice this af- ternoon there were three trains in the yard at one time. The local rail- way officials are kept busy handling tile fn-ight and passenger traffic. English's object, in going into his neighbor's yard was entirely peaceful j being only to recapture the lost chick- j' and having the revolver in his f 1J1 fact there an- two J hand naturally took -it along. Thv j weapon wa.s unloaded the whole time! apparently and even the cat was nut j j in danger of any bodily harm. Tin- magistrate bases his conclu-j tlv evidence ofj Mr. PHt-'Tson and decided 'hat' English should pay and and confiscate the fire arm to the court. i H-: was given littlt- friendly ad-J, 1-1 i v applv I teaclior. vw which mav I j others about the law which deals with carrying of revolvers without, authority for any purpose and stated that, people in Canada had not casion to attempt to take the law into their own hands. on five of the busnitvs- district has improved by plank sidewalks. On sidewalk in front of Ludtke Wiiddell's real estate office sample sheaf of which on of Mr. Prillman miles nortli of Bow Island, sriinpjrs of excellent grain are on ox- i.ibit in the same offic." {hat will be vevy iiard to beat. after holidays vriss Gilchrist the The attendance of the outside pub- lic at tho auction sale, was not large on account of the failure of the ex- cursion train to come from Lethbridge j nnd local farmers were too busy har- i vesting to attend. of was tho heaviest J. S. !..i.'nbi-rt will resign from He purchased a small kingdom town council owing to pres- fourtoen lots which will yet be ure of business. worth a fortune to him. ;