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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald -___L________ ______ BERESFORD ARRIVES AT QUEBEC Would Not Say Word About Imperial Defence Quebec, Aug. Lord Charles Beresford arrived here five o'clock this morning on board the Allan liner Virginian. His arrival was anxiously awaited by a batch of newspaper men, who wanted to learn the Admiral's views on Imperial de-, fence. They were doomed to disap-j poirtt.ment, however for His' Lord-! ship absolutely refused to speak on I naval matters, saying that he did j not wish to anticipate any address1 on the subject, which he will de-' SETTLE LABOR DISPUTES Ottawa, Aug. Department of Labor has adjusted two fair wage disputes after investigation. The claim of the G. T. P. employees in the West has not been entertained, i but a complaint from Montreal j against Peter Lyall Sons has! been adjusted and government! cheqiu-d forwarded to make up the1 difference between what was paid and the fair wage list. It will be de aucteti from the linn's contract with the government on the work in ques- tion. LETHBRIDGC, ALBERTA, FRIDAY AUGUST 27, 1909. CANADA PROPOSES Yo BUILD CRUISERS OF THE ______ LATEST BRISTOL TYPE J Premier Asquith Makes Important In British House! Of Commons-Pacific Fleet To Be Remodelled NO. 219. HANGED AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. the Galician who murdered a fellow countryman for his money it Sand- ilands Man., last March, was fringed at 7.30 this morning. He was stol- idly, indifferent to the lasi. ships, herself, to be completed nextj yean. They all have turbine e-.- j Igines. The third clas E.ig.. Aug. 27.-Pre.iimr nire with vessels of the Indomitable to the House the bk j Commons this afternoon the nought and these' will form iof the conference on Imperial De-jpart of the Pacific" fleet SubiS''B1IMSS' ine tmrc fence gave a detailed account of the to the approval of the Canadian Pai-1 borrow, wZ both Citizens' WonYVote (East Indies, the. Australia and the I construction work." CALGARY IN A FUNNY FIX STRATTON JOCKEYING 'oronto, Auc. he has had no time to go into all charges j against his return Stratton, M.P. for West Peterboro, will ask for u post- is ser for jponement of trial which -September ffh BORROW TWO CRUISERS SIR WILFRID CANNOT COME Will Not Be Able To Visit West This Year Money For rbe City Hall jse.rs of th I era of the river conrpanied on his trip by Hon. W. lias not Lord decided whethe riot but will return M Montreal may deliver an address then-. expects to return to England early in October. n the the de- calling for addi- i M. Carleton, together 'with whom he lost by a ma.- I disembarked here at eight o'clock and Ijority of 56 .yesterday. The bylaw of j j embarked again at ten o'clock for called' for an additional i -J Montreal where he will leave for for the completion of the' -onto, and wnile there will be the i Aiding. It was for the i for and furnishings, -including a master vet clock at 'The biggest part j and Some time ago the city hall commit.- i He tee asked for an appropriation of to go ahead with, the work. pending the passing of the bylaw j which was defeated yesterday. The. i finance committee reported favorably the matter the council author izod the borrowing the money from the bank. is second cias? vessel, being of tons speed of 26 knots'an hour.' Brifafn is at present building five such wa.- House mons yesterday, Sir Wilfrid said nothing could be announced r-n-! til official report of the i had been received by the pov-rn-1 ment. This report is expected sh rt ly. Upon Which To Train Cana- dians As Seamen For War Vessels Ottawa, Aug. Wilfrid Lau- rier has decided not to take a trip west this he is desirous of [having an early session of parlia- ment. Earl Grey will probably Jay the corner stone of the new Legisla- tive buildings at Edmontoa and Re- M. P.'SNAMED Beaten Air- FOR VACANT ITION Ship Record W. C. WELLS SLATED FOR JOB Ottawa, Ont., Aug. h_, not been informed of any proposal to' borrow rwn I- :_ 1 Phlte-. mi11 at Herrings boiling sulphife ELEVATOR CAGE IN COAL MINE FELL Cardiff. Wales, Aug. to.-ij miners were billed and 12 others tcr-: iously injured in the Rival this TM i i ahead at Rhoinldit touav through falling: vn (llf, committie went, the and the treasurer went to the Poison's Bank Probable Successor To the Late Mr. Reid j Bethe.iy Aviation Field, IlheiniJ lAupr. in a bi-plane today j Henry Fannan beat Louis Paulham's i i record for distance. 33.07 miles, thus j winning second phce in j Prix de la Champagne, first place I Uan, Ml ,viti, Lieutenant Gover_ NOVELIST .DEAD LoiKiun, Aucr. death :s .ni- nounced here today, of il. Msnville Finn, novelist. He y: nor Of British Columbia ns Win Strike In North I Spokane, Wash., Aug. the Northland are fast learning! --------_______ 'he ways -of the white WINNIPEGGER HURT council 'the railwav vacant council ana the treasurer. It will K th i take tho remaining to off n- ei'd- Fi lends the men ami contactors commis- continued until WonW hkc tim i and are suggesting his name. mentioned are W. S. Calvert. i M. P.; Lt.-Col. llhompson, ex-H.P. j for Haldimanu aati Kobert Stewart, j ex-M. p. of this city. The appoint- ment is expecte.-.] soon. WINNIPEG it required it, it is doubt- ful bank will advance thfi Victoria, B. C., Aug. W. C. will be the next Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, accord Jng to authentic advices receivurt herr- today. Eon. James DunsmuJr. the present incumbent asked some jFeremiah Smith, .of Spokane, a mem- Workers BY A BINDER Virden, Man who has just returned from and Mrs. R. J. MuUen of They have gone through were motorin, three miles norf fie d first strike in the Copper River; town, he went -i [canto-, where the Guggenheim in-i assist a Mr. Lancaste- to a pests are constructing a railroad, j der. While under bindlA they wore successful from along which hors.-s-and they ran away wdth the BERESFORD'S RECEPTION j WILL BE Mayor C. P. R. Line Soon pleted and Ready For Traffic that his resignation will take in about five weeks' time. Mr. Wells was commissioner of Lands and in the Dunsmuir and Prior go- vernments from 1901 to 1905. interaal thumb off here is the making of a strong un-j.severe in. among the aborigines and T be-Mini; eve we shall have r.hem an the fold. a short- time. Alaska is ith men, and as a result th -y ci- st receive more than a d-iy at mimon labor. Because of the rrary oking for work there is a forge wages down, for which thp ansportation companies are blame. chief aim is to get) ifsoiaied On a and Council Alone Will Pre- sent the Address j _________. Toronto, Aug. 26.-The city recep-1 Edmonton. Aug 27-With the com tion to Lord Beresford on Monday' pletion of 75 miles of afrernon next will not be open for Hardisty and Macklin public. The city fathers will meet'kiwin unlf -bo connected bv a short tin-; distinguished visitor in council pre-seiit with an address. the i line to Winnipeg and the on the ARMED GUARDS PATROL ESTATE u die tim tvenj knng the open season, but 1 iis will be remedied soon." pNTRISUTIONS TO LABOR DAY! Mountain Top In New York State asiness Men and Others Liberal in Their Donations j Apdenf N. Aug The following is a list of actual probnpsis of Mr. Harri-' j; to the fund to provide sports illness and recovei-r it is evj- Day; jdcnt that his family determined Those whose donation is cash shall make no further sacrifices of Manufacturing Co., W. A. Bu-1 vitality in an endeavor to reassure iinan, C. J. Eckatorm, Mayor public and buoy urT the stock rson, L. Pabst. Wm. Porter. C. ;nmrket- Armed guards patrol his O. M. Heegan, Hudson's i but his isolation On his moun- y Co., Henderson and Downer, A. toP is as cdectual as any devis- him C.P.R. A large, construction outfit I arrived from WUkic yesterday, and I------------------------ !left for Hardisty where the work of (CHRISTENED AN -flaying steel will be reached. Thfi i ALASKA GLACI'ER i grading has all, been done and steel I Cordova, Alaska. Aug. G. is being laid at the rate of two ami W. Perkins excursion party while .'a half ic.iles a day. This stretch cruising along a vast stretch of thejshould be completed and connection' Alaskan coast discoverc-d on the roade with- the extension from the i coast of Knight's Island a new glac-; east in a month and trains running ier which Miss. Parkins, daughter of 9Vcr the line by November 1, at the j ihe financier, christened Princeton, j For Tihc first time' in the his- i a of ehernnagne of the C.P.K. road buihling On the face of ilie ict- mountain, ifr. Perkins win ask UnilccI States goveninir-nt. to place the glacier and name on tho official maps. The E. H. Harrirnan Alaska excursion sev- eral yars ngo discovered and 'namc-d the H'.irvard and Harri man gla- WINNIPEG MINISTER WEDS Oraageville, Aug.. Rev. Charles 'Morgan, pastor Bethel Church Win- nipeg, was married yesterday after- on to Edith, second daughter of rs. Henry Savage of this place. borrow two British cruisers to jjrurate tho Canadian navy haj, I been reported, though it is thought 'here that such a plan would rot be unreasonable ia connection with .training of Canadians as sailors and seamen to commad and man r.-ssi'ls. However the policy of the government is to build a fleet, P'.T for the purposes of Can-id a on a plan recommended by the British authorities and approved Lv ada. Orders in the first place .Mvvii to British builders for craft required -on thr Atlantic K'-d Pacific. Eventually an effort will be made to establish Canadian y.-Jrjs from which such crafts can vj "turr- out. The opinion here Ls that :IU.-SH jsonu; British builder i? venturesme i Canadian yards will not be jlisbe'd for some y.-ars as it is -..-rJ- 'ized that equip plant capable produaiug in extern cruisers, ci ;stroyers and -is. no j undertaking. Not only in the ordir j ary fabrication and protecting i. 'the hull involved, but there are s many specialized departments sue! as electrical engineering and fitting involved. It is estimated that a British, builder gets a battlesnip oi- cruiser contract he has to call to his assistance and employ from one to two hundred firms to'put -in oti- SOALOED AND BURNED FATALLY IN SULPHITE MILL Watertown, N. y., Aug. man was scalded to death, and an- other was fatally burned at a sul- last night as accident- ally let into a pit dn which Charl's.' W. Stevens aged twenty-five and Jeffers were at- work. The' men were in fearful agony whon drawn out of the pit, and Stevens died before r medical aid could .reach him. Jef- fers conditions is critical.; The hot sulphite which was being cooled un- der a 500 pound steam pressure caught the men without warning and before they had an opportunity to escape, they were caught by the flowing 'Sulphite. Stevens was married and leaves a widow and two children. DEATH AT TABER !these being laid wua Tie-vv So pound steel rails. The completion of steel laying on the T. and E. will be followed by much quicker service between this city and j where when tho time will be red erl by ftvc hours. Brewing and iCulloch, Lethbridg lltinp Co., and S. Keyes. Hie folloiving have contributed Tx-thbridge Sport.in? jSds Co., Lethbridge Herald Print- Co., McKeown Hardware Co.. L. 'i, A. Easton, Alf. Hozelton. A. Donald Co., J. G. Robertisoii Nelson Gow, Lethbridge Sad- T Co., J. D. Higiubothaiii A U. Reutftr. W. Sadowski, Piche The Good Co., Alberta Drug! Co., G. Bradbcer f-wl Acnew Co.. P. Burns Co.; C, C. Pngnuelo Wine and Spirit i j R. A. Wright, McKelvjp Mc-j Hayr Bros.. S'mthnrd, E. I irf'U Co., j. Arnistrons-. H. i Hick Hardware Co., j pin Furniture Co., Clarke to distribute fiend Bros.. J. ,T; Johnston. jtley Co.. Rocrcrs ed for an eastern potentate. ono but a few of his own friends can see him, and no outside word reaches him. FOUNDER OF REPUBLICAN PARTY 1S DEAD Warsaw, N..Y.. Aug. Bristol, of Wnrsaw, one of the found- ers of the Republican party and chairman of the- committee of ten that .issued the call for the semi-cen- tennial of the party at Saratoga in 1904, died here tonight, aged 88. Ht was a member of the State in 1867 and 1863. A PROMINENT CANADIAN STEAMER SINKS Victoria, B. C.. Aug. private j despatch from Ketchikan says: The j steamer Ohio sunk near Ke.tch-ikarj heavy loss of life. No further par- fieul.'irs. BIG PRICI FOR HAY j London, Aug. ieache.1 six- j teen dollars a ton on the mark.-; tins morning and thereby established a I local record for this year. The-pas-j turagc throughout the country is j burned up and farmers are in many j cvisos even now feeding their stock. MEDALS TO BE PRESENTED among Those who iber Co., Pioneer Lumber Co., Cross Drug and Book Co., A.M. H. J. Cunningham, S. Brook K! A. Johnston, W. H. Parsons. VT Co., J-, M. Reding and Aug. Garaea.u possession. They were do- of six which ho by Pcahois. of Tbev 'ora ls_JU .-_ .1 _T_. uuv.i jjji nun j workmanship, Rn-r.l are vaiuorl at over tmw, (MU, last the ey J. ficiaHy known who arc to recoivo iffoW. On-ono side is these modals, but this much is known j following worfjs; -jiorn Under tho that among the recipients will be the lilies; RearorJ un-ler the Rose" while Prince of Earl Grey and Sir the other sirle is embossed tho Wilfrid lAuricr. The medals arrived ;imago of Samuol do Chnroplain, thn here ycstcrcJey nnd are now in the, founder of Quebec. Aged Lady Did Not Recover from Ac- Man Marries in Winnipeg Taber, Aug is our principal duty to chronicle the death of an aged and much respected resident of the city in the person of Mrs. Potts. who we reported some two weeks ago had her leg broken while visiting at the home of her daughter Mrs. Cook! in the country at placed she! died Monday evening, funeral set-! vices were conducted at the-horns of Mrs. Cook yesterday by Rt.v. J. R. Munro, after which the remain? .vere taken to the depot and sb.ipp.--rl to Little Current, on Manitoulin Island they will -interred "bedde those of her husband Miss Potts ac- icompaijied the remains. The late Mrs. Potts was 76 years of and I has been resident of Taber for se.v-' i.'ral years prior to which she lived Jit Little Current. Quite a number of our sports are taking advantage of the open .season boilers, pumps and the th-u- sand features which go into a m, war craft's hull." It is known that firms do not exist in.Canada to- day to carry out all these specialties and therefore construction of naval crafts in Canada would be attended with difficulties and be a matter for the future. In the meantime, Bri- tish cruisers may be used to train Canadian seamen and British yards will be used for building such nsival craft as are required. THRESHING IS INOW IN ORDER I WEST INDIANS FAVOR CANADA London. Aug. West Indian Club last night dined Richard Grigs, British Trade Commissioner in Can- ada. Sir D. Morris presiding. Dom- inant note of the speeches was ex- pression of de-sire on the part ofvWest Indies for closer relations with'" Ci-.n- Brewery Keeps On Enlarging The Lethbridge Brewing and Malt- ing Co. are erecting a two-storey brick bottlipg shop 106 by 52. As soon is this building is completed they are to. start building the >art of the brewery the part.tolbe )uilt being the same size as the. re- cent structure except that a part of t will be five storeys high, and at ne point will be one hundred -.IK! en feet high. This fall they w-11 Duild the basement and the first slor- y which will be used as the oell.ir nd engine room. The business "if. he brewery'has been growing so Tnp- dly that the present plant cannot, iicet the demands. CARCITY OF HELP ON MACLEOD FARMS- Most Of the Crop In District Has Been Harvested New M. McPherson has returned and is busy receiving congratulations, as he was unitr-d in marriage in WLnni- pe.ff to Miss McTx-od. of Paisley, Ont JMw. McP.herson will join her hus- i band here shortly. The results of this year's crop are about to be realized. Cutting is al- most over and the thr-shers are cfmi- already. The first outfit Farmers Offer S2.50 a Store at Macleod Macleod, meeting: held in the Methodist church in the1 interests of the Lord's Day Alliance was not attended by as many as were expected, for a meagre twenty- turnrd out to hear the very able address by the T. Albert Moore. Dominion secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance. Howevor, those who were were very enthusiastic and steps were taken to form a local breach to push Harvesting is in full swing around Spring Oouln- and ,-ni- other is .operating at Coaldale fxiav The 4 i U I J J L W st.-u-iod .-it some very fine yields V. TT A fatal accident untier peculiar cir- jcomstances occurrea at Scclev Bay {Ont. tend While crossing the road to atr the funeral ol Alrnon Eaton, old friend, years. and struck her head, dying "with' ix-port.-d. However the scarcity of help is holding the work "back som-- what, although per day and is No. 1 XorMiorn anil from id offered. The weather indications iho yield will be ex thc Iast few days has made the farm- ex shipment p'.-ptioimlly Jsirgr-. Grain will commune- n.-xt woek- an.. tJJ C. P. R. and A. R. r. aro ready cars for moving the grain Th-j both anticipate a very heavy orain in a few minutes. month, but all right wi.l Earlv will in all probability mean prices as the local look for a fall jn values LAURIER TO BE GOVERIVOR Ottawa, Ont.. FVeston informs Aug tho T. K. .nrit.ish Empire in conciliating (rom the Lake of the Woods Milling Thc wntcr statcs y im Co., Montreal. (jrs uneasy, rain being threatened and the "dreaded following frosts'" However.. a change has set in and the fanners are breathing easier. The new store being built for R T. Barker, the dry goods and cloth- ing man, next to Reach's. is making rapid progress it looks as though will be up ahead of the new Bank Commerce. It is going to be a ry substantial looking structure and will give Macleod another mod' store and her main street a more netropoiitan aspect. The building below Reach'? which luthorto been occupeid by a concern, .js buzssine 'with nterior decorators and fitters, get- ins in readiness for its ar grocery store. There no doubt that jf the new merchants e tick to "P-to-date policy in their busi. ness that they will find Macleod wry profitrfblc field" for the new vcn tore. IT- n. Geyer is locate in California.. ;