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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Daily Herald HAVE TWO GENERAL Letttb'rldge, Alta., Wednesday, August SUPERINTENDENTS WRECKS ON THE I.J.R. Telegraph Wires Brb ken and Service De- moralized Kenora, Me Cullough, a .stockman aged 56, .en route from Winnipeg to Montreal about the head and back this morning at Hawk, 25 miles east of here, in a rear-end col- lision on the Canadian Pacific. He was in charge of several cars of stock and -was asleep in the caboose when a light engine pitched into the rear of the train. He was brought to the at Kenora. Another wreck occurred at midnight at Bixby, 130 miles east. of here., Several empty box _cars were pitched over an embankment. They struck and broke a telegraph pole which completely demoralized air the east- ern wires for several hours.., Kamloops, B. C., Aug. 23. A cloudburst twenty miles west'of here following a heavy storm on Monday washed out a section of C.P.R. track and spreading'rail derailed a freight! near the same point, delaying Nos. 97 and 407 from St. Paul from three to four hours. No one was hurt.. Action Taken by Meth- odist General Confer- ence After Long Debate A Memorial was Held Ser vice DETROIT BEATS OUT MILWAUKEE Number 215 WILL NOT TOUCH FRANCE Pope's Representative to Eucharistfc, Congress A Big Family London Aug. Canon Gautierhas gone to Dover TO meet Cardinal Yan- 'nutelli, who -is travelling by way of Switzerland and Belgium in order to a- void France. He will probably stay. Victoria, B. C., Aug. odist general conference session last evening took the form of an impres- sive memorial service, memorials re- lating to the late Rev. Drs. Potts, Wilbrew 'and Sutherland were sent in by the Educational Book and Pub lishing and Missionary committee re spectively, and tributes were spoken on behalf of the, conference by Rev Drs. Allen, Briggs and Rose.. Dr.. Al- len's deliverance was a masterpiece of diction ranking well with the classi- cal tributes of Daniel Webster. By general consent no further business was transacted. Dr. Carman, thought a service the right course would be to go quietly home. Churches in Distress At this.afternoon's session the first ?roqeedings was the introduction of Hori.'.R. .A. Booth, of who with.-Dr.' Bovard, will speak this ev- ening for the' M. E. church. Rev. Dr.- Sprague had the provision Of the conference to present the case of the Methodists of Campbellton, N. B., recently lost their homes and a church property. Action was eferred to a committee. Rev. Mr. 'owell rose immediately and asked id for the Methodists of Phoenix, B. as they have just lost their church. General Superintendency Interest ran high as the committee on general superintendency reported through Rev. Dr. J. S. Ross, sscrs- J. A. M. Aikens, K.C., chair man. The first clause asked for three superintendents, one for the east, in- cluding Montreal, Maritime Provinces and Newfoundland, another for the provinces. Mr. Aikens in moving this said Washington, D. C., Aug. controversy Between Detroit and Mil- waukee as to which is the larger city was settled by the census bureau to- day. In' the race for supremacy the city has left its in the rear. The population of Detroit, aecord- to the census bureau announce- ment today, is 4C5.766, an increase of or. 63 per cent as compared in 1900. Milwaukee's popula- tion as given recently in "the "census announcement is. a gain of 542, or 31 per cent, over the figure of 1900." Detroit's rapid growth is attributed in great measure to the boom accom panying "the automobile manufacturing industry, which has reached portions there. -It is believed that this growth puts FALISOFRAIN HELP STOP FIRES Situation Across the Border Is Still Serious GOOD SPACE AT THE CONGRESS Mont., Aug. reaching here tonight report that ;e pro Detroit ahead of Cleveland, Buffalo, San Francisco, .Cincinnati .and New Orleans, none of which cities had as great a population as 400..000 in 1900. But whether or not Detroit has--passed' them is not definitely known except in the case of Cincinnati, according to the new census, has 350.453. The population of Danville, HI., Is compared with in a gain of or 70.4 per cent. The population of Sious City, la., is an increase of or 44.4 per cent, as compared with in 1900. towns of'Wardner and Burke are safe and have escaped the forest fires, which early in the day threatened to wipe them from the map. Citizens of both places deserted their homes during the day, fearing tha.t be swept away Butte, Mont., Aug. from Secretary McNicol, of Boam of Trade and Agricultural Society, has SUCrfCvCvllrQ, 1H SCCUJTlIlfir SiOiJCC ilHlllfedi- ately fronting the main entrance in the Exposition building of the Farming Congress to he held in Spokane during the first week of Oc- tober. The position as the plan of the building shows, is without doubt the very best to be had. That Leth- bridge has been accorded this honor, Mr. McNicol attributes in no small de- gree, to the excellence of Lethbridge's !and ex-President Roosevelt are again exhibits in past years and the cordial i fellow workers in the same political relations existing between the Tfle threat that they might cials of the congress and the Leth-1 ?ul1 aPart has been forefended by a bridge board and the recent explanation of one side and" an tion by the latter body of a fine chal-! UQreserved acceptance on the other, lenge, trophy for the best box of Mack! Tlie president made it plain in PEACE EXISTS BETWEEN AFT AND ROOSEVELT President Had Nothing to do With Throw-Down of Ex-President in New York Went Against His Wishes New York, Aug. Taft the forest fire district are now more reassuring as far as further property property loss is concerned. Light rains are reported in many places where fires are raging or have spent their fury. The .situation, however, s yet serious. In the Flathead Kalispell, Aug. companies of regulars, with entire equipment, reached Columbia Falls and other points' yesterday, and went directly o the fires under. guidance of fores- xy officials. -The soldiers were ayed 12 hours. (Continued on page de- OL SAM CALLS THEM FADDISTS A Criticism for the British Presbyterians Dedicate Edi- PASSBURGHAS A NEW CHURCH intosh Red apples. j tetter given out here today by Lloyd Mr. McNicoL says that he going to ja Griscom, chairman of the New" urge strongly that another -exhibit be [York republican county committee, sent down to the National Corn Ex- tiie misunderstanding arose. He position, to be held this year at Co- j that he never took any Il'mKllC OTlirv "Dfl.rT. 1T> O Ohio. BURNED OUT G. N. R. a committee cabal to defeat Colonel Roosevelt for temporary chairman of the coming state conven- tion of the republican party. On the the result of the Vice chose to San don, its former terminus.. SETTLE THE STRIKE Rumor That Winni- peg Authorities Will Step in Winnipeg, Aug. -was stated- D? number of "members of the Brick- layers' Union last night that .there was reason to the civic auth- orities intended to-step :in, and .try. and settle the dispute between 4he Build- ers' Exchange 'and union men Con- troller McArthur's name :was mention- ed .in connection with.-the matter Asked whether this was the; case-or nor the controller, said he had heard nothing of: such suggestions.." He re- In j the meantime the government is con-! he insists their preference- amicable settlement veiu, and he explains he 'has been gained by .the "columns of unfounded in newspapers concerning my stories BAD STORM SWEPT. WESTERN ONTARIO A num-ber of the union men claimed that-the employees who are -being hit hard by; the present difficulties had ..asked the city fathers to use their good' offices with a view to securing the return of the men to work in order- that the ArfflyCouncil--D.R.A. Meet Ottawa, Aug.. 23-Shooting at D. R interrupted for a while bv neav until the embarkation for Canada. Car- dinal Vannutelli is accompanied by his sr Arr-hhichonv v.n -IT- ftfaat oversight at present was not at Archbishops house at Westminster The; must remember that i of -the Walker match in fice in Thriving Min- ing Town Sunday. Aug. 21 was a red letter day ry of. -thi Many Barns Were Destroyed by Lightning-Birds are Killed In Trees I tohim at Oyster, !I am' Wnr see PresMeilt pleased with i The President to Mr, by telegraph annual Convention- of the Learae of Amerlcaa- Mfcipalities morning m' the Auditorium. The de- Clinton, and Prince i Count Galileo Ferdinand Leytonstone -with his wile and thir- teen children will emigrate 'to Gait. Ontario, on Thursday, five daughters have already secured places as dom- estics. Canada was a nation, that in the last few years the population of the west bad increased from half a mill- to- a million and a half, that progress, the accompanying to cover. was bail The U- your attitude is seriously Ont, Aug. fourjraany republicans.'" He tells driving the riflemen range was so badly 'interfered with to cancel'it. and r 900 yards Pass, the headquarters a of the! accompanied by hail Leitch Collieries.' On a bluff over- looking the valley through which" the thunderstorm and lightning i Roosevelt, the to be St. .-Paul -hotel, which is the Isleading quarters of the league, was a scene of enthusiastic'greetings from all of the country. Two of the lar-. delegations arrived today from Wednesday. Aug. editor of the Globe, will relinguish Part of his duties on .that paper to de- vote much of his time to giving ad- dresses in various countries on "Inter- national Peace." Heroes to Mexico next month. Dr. Macdonald remains editor of the Globe, hut is relinquishing much of the were made last year. This made j than one superin-j Toronto -took first in rapid tendent, and it was -imperative. Rev. j disappearing target, two hundred Dr. Manning, of London, was oppos- j J'ards, by a score of- 33 out of ed to more than one superintendent, i sible 35. Sergeant Perry got second with the same score, third f Place going to Sergeant Carre of the British Columbia team. The best scores stage of Governor C. P. R. Railway runs, has just been erected church. with again renewed his "We have enough general officers a pos- Toronto, resulted in _ age being done. J. Granger, of the IIVIr- Roosevelt, and i thirteenth concession of Hullett. and i urgent advice that there I" J' McGee' the first C03iwssion 'fiSOnal COnfereilce P6r- It is oGx2C feet not including uoderich, had barns burned by lightn-j he asserts that the solu- Several other cases are reported jtlon of tfle direct primary issue and cattle and birds hav- be found in provisions simflar Jack part of the colojs scheme in City Hall dec-orations in AC Private Clifford the porch, and has a reading room 20x16 ft. built on one side for the use of men. The pastor, Jas. Long late of Ottawa, is a ma-vel of ene iv mj of horses ing also been those of the Cobb bill uiii can to and consecrated enthusiasm. telephone and" telegraph Joe Shipley and L. Weir were losers, ithe ]ast legislature in'dire rebukp tn f0remaQ of anQex A 11 4. _ i__i___ _ "1 "VTV T> _ 7-in _ j i Macdonald, j problems requiring, special over seventy-eight 'ye-trs of stands as erect as a soldier sight." over- Rev. Dr. Antliff moved an amend- ment for two superintendents in- stead of'three. Realizes Need of West Joseph Ingersoll, ueet of i yet. foot and quick Of speech, spoke in fa- vor of dual supervision. He thouzht in -the 200 yards General's match were possibles by Col. Sergeant Free- born. 13th Hamilton, and Lieut. Morris 46th, but there are five stages in this so practically everyone has a chance e, Mtid step is as spry as a yoatli in his teens. The 'cast fo 'his features reminds one of the late Sir John A. MacLV-naid As a preacher, pas-tor, organizer and wires -1 were out of business this morning. Some boys here picked up fifty dead birds under two trees. In Stratford District Stratford, Ont., Aug. r ,'the most violent electric storms church builder he few eiuals in'tbo i. t-ne season passed over here early this morning. There was little or no rain OVERALLS CAUGHT JN THE MACHINERY Port Arthur. Aug. Win. Smith result B ..ULUVC L0 Mr. Roosevelt and Governor Hughes In the course of the correspondence there comes out a telegram -.from the macWnerv- xo one saw the accident this overalls gettinS Cau ht in the of the Presbyterian or any oth'rr ehcireh. He is very dearly beloved by all who president to the vice president hith 'lhe 'body ;vas foimd wien____ erto withheld, but of which mention empl0yees investigated the blockade. it caught. The man was Instead of to give At the luncheon to the vising ca- dets Captain McCalmont'of the "iCit- nT, rin1.f. Q, tnejthe men a vision Of greater needs. A past on political social and i -n- i snhiPMQ Bullion more people would likely s ts-.1 sitr Sf- ing team, announced that :he membors of the team had decided to Ic Ivnow him. On_ the a social was given or wind but lightning 'was verv vivid v-tVJ.U. j LUdlj j Several houses were struck in the citv i IflInS of all others that oueht Following inciuding ,the -tlieatre ,_ the president informed Tim and leaves a wife aDd t-vro othy L. Woodruff, republican state chairman, and William L. Jf, _______________ TI the church by the Ladies national the I to be avoided L. Ward republican committee that Society which was I: uc is any controversy tne convention." done. The barn of John The President's letter throughout i restaurant, but little damage Leland Stanford University, and when he is largelv any opportunity presents itself. back in Toronto. WIFE OF FORMER .GOVERNOR DIED Waterton, N'ew. York, Aug. Boswell B. Flower, aged 74. widow of i Canadian cadets under rules to be Dedicatory semces on Sunday, acted j contained all rnd down by officers of tne D. R. A, I as chairman. Revs. Rodgers, Murray I At y a committee j In the missionary department alone, Judge McLaren stated that he had presided over meetings. Rev. O. Darwin did Tiot see the need The annual meeting of competitors generally known as kickers' meeting, i passed off quietly. Attention was and Lang delivered addresses .-..id W. L. Hamilton and her family, cept ror aQ acre Qr is the! more outspoken. He is Mr. t was did not total, of the damage, insured in dra'Wn tc Cadet who has pass- of a superintendent in the cast former governor Flower, died at her were able to look -after themselves. ed from the Tyro class at the age of thirteen. It was thought that the boy should not pass out of the Tyro class until he was sixteen. Colonel Sam i Hughes said they should take no set-! Messrs. Rowley, Foster, Atkinson, Quigley, Kerr, Miss Clara Marland arid others took part in the program, South East Hone Mutual. The storm, was very severe to the! i west and north. One traveller count-' state played Denounces "Old Guard HE SWALLOWED A .WASP Thomas, Ont... Aug. Rob- inson, head waiter at the Hotel Inver- ary. port Stanley, while eating a piece of pie swallowed a live wasp. The msect stung him severely on the -ton- sil, passing thence to the man's stom- ach, and the effects of .the poison passed entirely 'through his system. A physician injected morphine sud the man is in a fair way to FELL ON ROCKS AND WAS KILLED ed four bar-is on fire between here and Dublin. Barns Burned in Bruce Port Elgin. Ont. Auz. Truro, N.S., Aug. 22.-Elias was visited by the years of jderstorm-this morning in many w while load-j iasting _about five hours. Four -barns He lost, could ,-oe geen burnin in many words tilat I THERE WILL NOT BE A suard' are not Toronto- Aus- 23 SS at the C0m- be a Street car STRIKE thun- >f the cost to atonceandfour ma Flower Taylor survives. fold. i Rey. -i, Captain J. Bond said we had Drysdale put westerners who going turing his skull. in a plea rocks, striking his head and frac-; _____ going to Bisley, had A WRECK IN WISCONSIN many colonels and not enough jto pa-v their to Montreal. The Eauclaire, Wis., Chi-jals. He said they could not produce did not approve of the pro- 5, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha'much wheat in the'east, but could !posal that be allowed to Kailroad mixed trains of the IVIoridovi {grow college presidents. He branch colKded. with -the result thai. a.! against too much centralization was occurred between Ossn-o and j favored three superintendents. Strum in -which 13 people were injur- j Rev. Dr. Burns thought the west ed. Three physicians were sent from had enough supervision, as each con- Eauclaire .and a'special car attached j ference had a missionary "superintend- to the wrecking outfit. The injured I ent. Rev. Dr. Stewart, of Winni- people were taken to Strum. FAVORS AN IMPERIAL SENATE London, Aug. ing Norton Griffith's advocacy of an Imperial senate, .the Daily Mail points out -that the House of Lords is a melting pot, and adds: "As British people are prone to compro- mise there is a danger that amid dust of partisan policies they may miss the broad im- perial road -where unto des- tiny points, and towards which events are invincibly moving. j peg, said that we did not begin to jknow the west yet. Its strategical (importance was not-understood. Jt jis the last great west. Saskatche- jwan is capable of supporting seventy j million people. More superintendents I were needed and more powers for [them. Judge Chesley, of Nova Sco- tia, was for one superintendent or the prestige would be divided. The amend ment for two superintendents carried by 212 to 92. The east and west sections voted i for lay and clerical treas- urers of the siiperanuation fund re- sulted (in the continuation oi the prcs- j ent occupants, Rev. W. S. Griffin, D. D., and E, Gurncy, of Toronto. A memorial to increase the go to Bisley only once in each five years. Sam Hughes, repudiated tne Charge that D. R. A. marksmen.are pot hunters, declaring the best shots Have seen active service. He also de-! clared the British Army Council were j faddists in abandoning fixed range for i indefinite ranges. MAY BUILD ELEVATORS AT on I at Anover, also two ar Ripley. Saw and Barns Burned Wiarton, Aug. worst storm his visited this section in nearly a quarter of a century passed early this morning and the loss by fire from lightning will be great. From all directions come reports of barns and i contents being destroyed, while barns i on all sides organ- settlement, thanks to "the fairness of r Part7-" I the men, who agreed to accept a one oes on to particularize cent per hour increase instead of the they would have five cents they asked for. mens is for two years. at And he that in such even been glad to unload defeat on the shoulders of the president on the I ground that he had ignored the poll- cies or Hughes and snubbed Theodore j Roosevelt, the very mer j had consistently opposed turn. Lastly last two The agree- F. AUGUSTUS HEINZE TO WED at, that in the had been f alliance between "Tarn- i of the 'old many hall and confirmed the report that he is to marry Miss -Bernice Henderson, an actress. Mr. e said the ceremony would take- about Sept. 1st. Roosevelt r.> at Ovsfpr j Trout was struck and the occupants j wjjat had had a close call, lightning CAN'T BRING FIREARMS INTO MEXICO Prince Rupert, Aug. frid Laurier had a trip over the com-! down the chimney, striking the pleted portion of the Transcontinental j board and going out of a window, some seventeen miles, and continued his statement Bay explains Coursc THE ACADIA UNIVERSITY Woodstock, Aug. At the rist convention Rev. Dr. Juarez, Mes. Aug. j exploration on Hudson's Bay steamer were received today from the secretary Skeena.- visiting the native villages of the organization and i Cailooa reported the -total endowment uccessive rebukes he 'of tlle Acadia University as telt that further overtures could Of was added last year. DEATH OF MRS. PERLEY Ottawa. Aus. cable from of war of Mexico to allow no further fire arms of any kind to be brought into Mexico. A number of hunters and tourists en route to the Mexican Cen- tennial" exhibition next month who had planned to take hunters guns into Mex- Metiatala and Anglican school. Ad-j London this morning, brought dressing a crowd from the government news of the death of Mrs. Perlcy, office platform at Prince Rupert, the wife of G. H. Perley. M.P. for corr, he does not define, be- yet uncertain what ef- PresidenV has ico, were to send them back :ion al had rolled back the Canadian hor- izon one thousand miles. Taft's letter will have when it i been rrad bv t.hA vAtorc. ieim, ana cmer outside whip or the j Roosevelt's---------' Conservative party. Mrs. Perley The Pre-j went to Europe six weeks ago accom- was given for the order. ship of the general missionary board from J2 to 16 members, elected by the- general conference was vote down. Those in favor said there too much work for the Bresont, boa EX-MEMBER DEAD Hamilton. Ont, Aug. Edward Kilven, ex-M. P., local collect- or or customs for many years. yesterday at bis residence here. He mier referred to trade prospects, re-jpanied by her daughter, lerring to the magnitude of tea im- jportations and the possibility of the Oriental turning from rice to wheat, adding that the government was. con- sidering the construction of elevators at Vancouver and Prince Rupert, and that following conference with Ca.pt. Nicholson, he decided the government j money paid by plaintiff for me of must install fifteen lights and take defendant, and at his request. amount due on an account and them. Both were c, tjie last Dominion election. FREE TRADE A EX-M. P. SUES SENATOR Halifax, N. 3., Aug. writ has been issued in the supreme court at instance of Michael Carney, ex- M. P., against Senator Wm. Roche. The plaintiff's claim is Statement -Vexf York, Aug. am very much pleased with Mr. Taft's state- ment. It makes the situation pretty clear. If Nassau county wishes me to go to the statement convention I shall go. I regard the issue as clear cut and as far as I am concerned will be absolutely no This declaration was today by Theodore Roosevelt a few 5 before his departure on his tour and followed f AITP LUflb Ilflir WAI Uft1 London, Aug. has a cartoon entitled "De- sire of Moth for repre- senting Laurier as a moth flit- ting over tie whr.iat fields of under beams. W free star, remarking, "Well, after all it's 4 long way off; there's so risk of JEE my wmjrs r u, i-U -r -r -r ;