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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL AUGUST RIOTERS WERE SENT TO PRISON Court Deals With Cas es At Fort Wil liam Grain Business Canada Ga zette contains notice of the incorpor ation oi the Norris Grain and Eleva tor of with a ca pital stock of The provi sional directors of Hugh Ralph all of and of The Globe Elevator has been ed with a capital stock of j The provisional directors are Clarence John j I CRUISERS ARE NEEDED SAYS BERESFORD AND NOT DREADNOUGHTS Too Much Politics In the Administration Of the Admiralty Charlie Cant Come To Western Canada Tort j has been given power to car 4Ug trial of fifteen men arrested in conjry on a general I here thig the interview nection with the Fort William riots brokerage and agency oa the occasion of the strike of the dock concluded before Judge McKay today with the dismissal of James Macwcholis and prior to his departure for Lord Charles Beresford said that in KILLED LEVEL CROSSING i regard to the question of naval de un he was not here to criticize the Mike both of whom to drive over a level crossing j Imperil Government That would order to beat a train at Streetsbe bad tasts but do say that in an Of the four were convicted and sentenced to seven months in the Central one to none months in the Central and one sent to jail for thirty Eight were acquitted and one not tried as the evidence was the same as in the case one The trials have been in progress since Tuesdiy The evidence in nearly all cases was a conflict between the poj lice who swore they saw the prisoners in the crowd and rioters and attempts of such prisoners to prove an alibi failed A SECTION FOR THE WEST Toronto Canadian j Fire Underwriters a meeting held here today decided to form two one for Ontario Quebec and theMaritime and the other for Sasi British Columf bia and the Most of the big companies have had offices in the Western provinces now and the new scheme will enable claims from that j division to be paid toa speeding train ence to or Toronto as is with one and holding the dead the practice body oi his partner with the irorn liocker to a distance of jfour the txperience of Her ville last Thomas 21 vears Past questions were jf ars old was killed and Fred Swathbeyond but now naval officers 15 years sustained a fracj Pander to in probably cause In days gone by Admirals asked i f or certain repairs to ships or j that certain reforms be niaL in the If they did not have them done they knew where their weak spot But now that is dif j When Lord of the Ad miralty wants to he cum I bines naval whom he favors Instead of spending a mil lion today he economizes and the t result is he has to spesd three mil i lion ia a couple of You he those be bad business The result is there is a Peo ple become hysterical and our friends across the North Sea smile on liegariling the f protection of trade Lord Charles said that that was what he had contending The Germans are smiling because we sre oppressed with the notion that should only build They are too unwieldy we want erui serb will have You will understand that if trade routes c i Canada and Britain are not ktpt clear disaster will Armed tramps are A HOBO WHO HAD FINE GRIT ei isers for They inasmuckas thi3 idea of pro tecting Britain and we livening rie for is What is the use of protecting the heirt whfji the arteries are Admires Attitude of Colonies In time of we require our Imperial working for the em is the gospel 1 ahi here to But I admire South Africa and Australia wishing for separate They have a right to resentanything PREPARE FOR ANOTHER RIOT It is a marvellous to see unity here in with French and The way to keep that up is to call yourselves Canad It is only right French Can adians should have their love for their they would not be human Bu I think also This Bachelor Is in Demand SIXTY WENT TO WATERY CRAVE a bachelor rancher at Wit son who won a home stead valued at in the draw ing for Indian lands in the Flathead in Western two weeks is carrying his mail home in a these days and the local postmaster threatens to resign because of He is by spinsters romantic young women from various parts of the JSTorthwest and middle and era States who are eager for the poj received at the Merchants sition of housekeeper on his say fifty lives were lost when He has also half 1 steamer which left Seattle Wireless Brought Ves sels To Scene Of Disaster hundred proposals of marriage from women in New Bos with 135 struck a rock off Steep and other large at 1 oclock this say that Hyde is embarrassed is putt and sank in 20 Among ing it He says the flood of those lost i the wireless letters was started by the publication j stayed at his and three of that should be built by Briof his photograph in a number of including the Pilot eastern and western newspapers at Snow was on the bridge when the ac tish We must get best ship yards and in the meantime let Can ada develop naval the time of the the correspondents announcedthat he cklent The boats were low ered at once and the women taken off His Dead Chum With One Hand and Clung To Train clin Fear Repetition Of Trouble In Pennsyl vanla Works down tonight state troopers What you must though is w needed only a to make Several steamers were called make your own naw with your own jComplete j by wireless distress message and the Let and steamer King steamers take pride init as we do across in the Old V When fathers sons in tfie fathers will wax enthusiastic over In the past Britain provided ships because her own prestige depended upon sons are outgrowing parent and it is for them to protect themselves and j also assist the It was and I believe thatj the Britisher is a very ugly custom er to meet when his stomach is emp but we dont want that to hap pen we1 want to build quietly and protect our Let there be no and above no aggres siveness for that is contrary to Bri tish When time comes let jus all be prepared to meet any ene i my and present intact safety and CURTIS WINS COVETED CUP He Beats Worlds Re cord In Airship Contest jlTumboldt and Rupert City took pas Among the passengers were Clarence the Alaska I coal who lays claim to Alas Ik a coal valuod at an enormous naou JA later message from the rescuing steamers says that Alaska Railroad contractor is saved and aboard Iht but that i six persons arc The opera j tor belonged to the United Wireless j Company and his name was E from less Operator of the same com pany at late to day gave the following account of the part played by that He s said About 1 T was sitting with I my receiver clapped to my hav I ing just finished workinjwith opera honor of which we all mouiited guard at the plant of the i Pressed Steel Car Company SchoenviBe wiiere employees of that concern are anticipat dearly man a early this Dnadiioughts are only for going along ing brfoiv another 24 a nipi Winnipeg The dead man is Ed itl J Cruisers a j tition of the bloody riot of last Stru veiling of a brass tablet placed by oi who only yes aftPr Iwecl tramps 1 rrevent the Winnipeg Canadian club on the terday was discharged from the hoscommerce being old stone gateway of Fort Garry tojpital and started for Anaconda in Dreadnoughts reminds me ni day by Strathcona was probably company with looking for j naughty little who set as intense interest to the large i Then the men changed their i aJ stack with The All during today imprisoned work men have been deserting the Pressed Steel Car plant in droves of from two to two The m en declare number of people who participated j minds when they got as far as Hock i burned and tie that they have been sub in the ceremony and to Lord Strathi er and waTtec till this morning for tagp then for policemen to get jected to indignities and forced to cona as any function in which the i atrain to take them back to tc spank venerable statesman has participat ed during this week of events in Win The ore train stopped at the water tank at Rocker and the two men boarded j Nelson was so weak he could scarcely Iiord v siiMc hen Xew Zealand I Hlnought it meant uvt or With those SHEPARD IS ON THE MOVE I climb between the two The ef v ral could be ihey fort of climbing to a position on last longer than and Former Real Estate Agent Now Reported To Be In Oregon I tram seemed to be too much for Nel fcan He had a violent hemorrhage Now and sank into arms of his part ner and The trainby this time had already started and ail that Brown could do was to support kelson in his i With one hand he held the hody to i j the platform and with the other he j clung to the The train rocked get after the tR2i that is whv T work whether they chose or As i quickly as the men reached outside the stockade they were i welcomed in millions open arms by the striking employees and within half hour the imported workmen had entered into a strike It is declared that the com pany will suspend operations before il i Concluding I tor Ecfles on board the when 501 Bethany Aviation J startled by hearing him weather conditions are I Lord Charles Tj ideal todayfor the contest for the j The steamships Humboldt will say plenty here butJt is nothingInternational of of the MacKenzie to what I will say when I meet my GordonBennett to be award opponents face to in the House of why I want ret back as soon as possible to ed the aeroplanist who makes the best time on rounds of the course Company to be near at the time and called the ask ing the Eccles gave it im the as the whole naain event of aviation ity of this naval matter rests upon xny He expressed the hope ithat he would be able to return to Montreal a distance of This is modiately and soon sent another ines but he remarked that he had to go Mexico to look after his estates For you lie when the away the mice will He regretted very much that he would be unable to avail himself of pressing visit Western Canada and the Pacific He would lie to have had several months CANADAS PAROLE SYSTEM the rate of j about 400 a year convicts are being released from penal institutions of Canada by exercise executive clej j commonly known as ticket of j Wheat Superior To Last Year Sinking cant hold outJ The Humboldt and Bupert both they were for Then came the final but it was never Passengers all oft and adrift in small Cap tain and crew going off ia ttie last boat waitingfor me nowGood Curtis competitors showed plainly Bye I was unable to get Mm ag their astonishment atthis remarkable and I knew Curtisss first round was slower by 2 15 seconds tlmn his but on the last round he let out his motor to full speed and came home like a his time for the round be ing 7 53 15 break ing the worlds Enquiries arc often heard concern ing who cut such a wide swath in Lethbridge and Cal gary real Many friends in Alberta are always anxious to know i his whereabouts and especially of the i possibility of his returning so that he can be A few days ago a letter was receiv ed in Lethbridge from a person in Spokane who has been intimately as with Shepard and knows a 1 good deal of his 1 The letter says that Shepard did i up Spokane leaving large j bills for office auto S hire besides leaving several v people anxious to see him with re gard to certain lands they have paid for but for which Shepard has been C has unable to deliver Hav jfrom side to threatening to j i There are diverse views as to Og breakhis hold and throwboth 19 years a son of Arthur i the effect of the parole On ilvie Companv received this and the dead man beneath the died this afternooa ithe one side it is said that the too morning from their laboratorv and moving But he held as a result of a fight last Monday j expansive application of it operates baking department in Montreal sev When the train reached Butte Brown night at Chemong a summer as encouragement to criminal classes loaves of The flour fell to the ground completely exhaust resort near where the Bollards to take a chance at crime in the hope these were made was ground in The body of his partner I are There is said to have toP him GOT HUNDRED DOLLARS been bad blood between Bollard and Harry and Fred i in the village of near it is was set upon by both and injured inter Fred Juppling has blood poi iScning front a hand wound in the I fight and is in a critical condition in I the of escaping or if caught their experimental mill from individul and convicted of getting released afi al samples of new wheat received ter a short time on ticket of jfrom different parts of the On the other hand parole officers jeach representing wheat from a point out that while it is a source particular The loaves are of regret that anyone receiving leave all of most excellent very should relapseinto it is alnice texture and splendid color and most unreasonable to hope that not prove conclus vely that the milling one now and then should yield to quality of wheat this year is going temptations of former Uo be superior to that of last performance and hastily prepared to compete with Blerior mode a trial with his big but his time was 7 58 12 seconds slower than any one of Curtis rounds Bleriot had made his flight for the International He coveredthe first round in 7 53 35 sec twofifths of a second behind Curtis best time for a Bleriots time for the full course is given offi cially as 15 56 15 Latham has not started and conse quently Curtis is the winner of this great international LANCASHIRE WON cricket match yesterday between Lancashire A Montreal MAIL SERVICE NEEDS TO BE IMPROVED Admits Charge In Wit ness Box HERALD CORRESPONDENT TcLLS OF VEXATIOUS OFFICES NEEDED IN COUNTRY EAST OF LETHBRIDGE From the Heralds Coraround by Gleichen and Medicine Hat Cou mgworked Spokane to the limit the ture furnished the sensation before and the Royal Commission A respondent and then to and the re i letter savs he went to Denver is now thought to be in It is reported that he has deserted Seven LethPy travels back in the same round bridge district is certainly in need of about There are also vexatious a post office inspector for the on out going mails from some wno r r bridge Land It is not be of the outlying postoinces whose miniature railway on westbound train from lines of business man named who wanted a concession for a young wifc he brought to Lethpaid Alderman Coutre and and that she to secure only off the Medicine of many kinds are springing up in all of these several Most of these are branches or do business with offices in Lethbridge which is for that I Then the postal arrangements headquarters for nearly all the be But because both jtween Lethbridge and Coleridge are business of this Yet to take Vll V A 1 J Helens Island told about prwent inspector resident routes are direct to towns and postoffices get their mail miles in three 4 min is instituting derman Major went into the box Calgary and Lethbridge districts are certainly Taber and Grassy for example a man in Bow Island or onaL nc ULLC i i settling up so fast that there is too Lake are the only towns on the lino some other town writes an important t Jo although he imonev and handed it over to and Somerset ended in a victory for the former by 94 UP IN THE AIR OVER 3 HOURS Worlds Record At Rheiras he had gone down with his ADMITS ALBERTA OATS ARE BEST A Wyoming Colonel Was BlufferHis Big Bet a Farce Alberta is acknowledged the best place in Western to raise At the Dry Farming Congress at Cheyenne last Bell of to wager that he could raise more and better oats on a section of land m Wyoming than could be raised in Al superin tendent of the Experimental Farm promptly took him up on be j half of Alberta and was all ready to Endish Aviator Beats thejcarry on the wagcr as soci1 as Colonel came to Letiibridge to make the final arrangements as he to He ducked the wager is The Colonel thus has acknowledged that Alberta has him beaten and is the best place for j oats that he knows Henry j the English today broke the worlds record for duration of and distance in a heavier air machine and won the Grand Prix de la Cham the endurance test by a re markable officially recorded as CALLIES BEAT REGINA j Coutrc was examined and conmuch for the inspector resident at footj fcssod he had received the He CWgjaiy thoroughly Jball game played last night between ani iajor beeri appointed a sub Thorough frequent inspection ethe Calgary Callies and Regina of the Parks Committee to of the offices and mail routes would in the semifinal of the with the matter and they had be one of the best remedies for some pies Shield was a surjgone over to Couture of the existing This is prac in more ways than It wasclaimed that the money was given to jtically impossible with an inspector that get mail both All other generally expected that the Callies J Would but that they would win a score of 4 to 0 was BUILD HOUSES FOR MINERS Glace The Mine Workers a schooner to bring lumber and build ing materials here for the construc of a number of temporary dwell Jigs for miners obliged to give up not as on but the at trouble he had boon put to in connec tion with t SIGN OF LETHBRIDGZS GROWTH FOUND GUILTY Here are a few examples of the convenient mail now iThc at Reid a rural post arrived twentyfour hours late settlers for many miles had tra ON SECOND George veiled there to get their mail on the charged with scheduled At Sweet Valley j lating TTreti a defamatorypa jtnc store keeper docs business with j per was tonight on conclusion of his yet if he writes a to the coal We do not blame the inspector per according to freight shows wonderful The in crease in Julys freight re ceipts in city over last year was 124 per con 3fc sisting chiefly of building ma The outward did not show its normal in and urgent letter to a business man at Lethbridge on a it reach es the Lethbridge business man early Tuesday and is promptly answered and but the reply travels back to Medicine Hat on Tuesday Then back to Bow Island on Wednes day night and on Thursday morning the Bow Island man reads his reply to his Monday mornings An old stage coach could beat A merchant in Winnifred received on 24th a letter which was mailed in Calgary on July That is too long for a Calgary letter under a Calgary second found guilty possession of the companys recommended The jury on it lies over a few days at a post office en travels sonally but his district is 100 inspector lias ever visited Winni Iiad actually covered an extra ten kil amotres and remained in the air ten minutes after Oclock this even the hour that the time keepers under the rules ceased to keep a re cord of the CURIOSITY AROUSED to accumulate today that preparations were under way at the mountnin home of Harriman for some unusual Whether it IN a surgical operation or only a con sultation of whether the apparently significant hnppenings of the past 24 hours have no bearing fit all upon the physical condition of the railroad YOUNG GIRL DROWNED 19 years second daughter of EL of the Petrie Machine was drowned at Center Island last night by the upsetting of her She had gone to meet her sister on the but the latter did not come and she was returning the Is land when the paddle of the supposed to have the weeds and turned the boat She in the water twenty Lnt all efforts to rescue BAD FOREST FIRES fires at the entrance to the Yosemite Valley threaten destruction of the Big Tree grove known as the one of the worlds famous col lections of The flames momentarily menace the hotel at a frame structure which is filled with summer Sparks from a freight engine started the ;