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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbrid ilume Illi Herald Lctbbridgre, Alta., Monday, August 29,1910. Number 219 (|AHAM GOES 0 INSPECT BRIDGE ter Of Railway To ake Trip to Pas Mission iGOVERNMENT ^^-Ns^TE A NOTE FIRED TO LENEVE HUDSON BAY LINE ill Leave Laurier Party When It Reaches Winnipeg [ilsdii, H. (.:.. Aii.c;. 27.-N'elsnn rn-ird Sir Willriil I-aiirici' toniK'it 111 !!ritliiiKiantic i>c:c.laim, (.-liiucli s riuifi, liaiuls pliiywl, whisl.U-s ranu.-il, torclu'S dared, rockets shol, ivcnwanl, streets were- fovt'rr.Ml 1 Icrttii:! illuiuinal.ioii.s while liiisi ilj.s(i)f;;AO(I ri'Kif!':nts hv.ns out ,t*!iiiiifeNC ,liiii*i�- P'o- "il through town ami ;>,(1-inj; crowds from h cai-inidniKht. 'I'he premier ex-iipprecialion of the magnifie-�plioii accotdcil liini. romier and party spent tlie the (.;ahi,idiaii Pacific steamer lyaRfi ffeiVit' Arrow Head to ilison tliroiiRh the Kootenav trict, Sir Wilfrid spcakinj; to KatheriuRs at Halcvon Naksiip and Arrow Head The atmosphere was? irn-Wr^trahle witli dense .smoke from the \i>h fires in Wasliington state. Jit * as impossible, a portion ni iltinrif, to sec the distance oi the Result of Saturday's Contest in Spain -Republican^ Won City Sc-ita l./lsbon, Auk. -Incompleln r^'-turns from tod:iy's i);uliamcMitar.v elections inclic:itn a government inn.iorily ill th(! eo'.ints troln l,o Ih. 'Vlv: lie-|iuL)liciins �'on a miijorily of seuls in LIslKui and Oporto. There w;ia no (liRorcler ;in.v\vhere. Hail Selnistiiiii, Aui;. -Prf^nii'T Canalcjas iii* -.in jiilervlow piil>li3lie(l today leiteratcs lii;i intention to iul-hero ardently lo Ills tirlf,'hv.\l iiio.iir.n"-:. Ho s.iys he haii no inlentioii lo i-esi!;ii iiiil on tiU! eonlrjiiy \VI1I rtune.iu ie power as lon.u a.s possihlc lo work tor ills country's weliaiv. The eortcs will convene Oetoljer ul:;t. KILLED BY LIVE WIRE Shcrbrookf; Aug, 2U.-A. Demers, an employee of the People's Telephone Co., wus electrocuted this morning l>y eomliiK in contact with .a live electric liKht wire. He w.is woorking when tlic wire cau.sfht hliii under the chin and 000 voitB passed thiou.aih him. His lifeless body fell to the yi-oiind. He was removed to the morgue. Uo is a young unnianied man. An inquest will "be held. -If ill,.' '�/ r.s 11; ;c >s. iii a IVi: t !a e lii (ly �Spi MRS ONE HUNDRED NEW PUPILS GIRL Crippen Was Going To Throw Himself Into the Sea DEW ON THE STAND ti; Ullll and through the Lower Arrow , the vessel was guided by two iv.'.i ilights installed at her prow. " im wHlinp; to receive coods ot IX Bod American friend under equit-�onditious,'' said the premier, 'v; n.q from llic boat at Naksiip, Iki a object to tlicir supplying our '(u lains and lakes with this sufl'o-:'smoke." ffcr arrani>;cinents elTected bv and Cirahain, the Minister of Ila iwiiys, .lhl�y will leavr the party., Wiujil^g on tlieir return journey proceed to Vau Mission. To Visit Ifiirison's tiuy II ri' lie ^vill vii'w plans for consul 1 tion of the bridge over the Sa.s-k.it hcwan river, the Contract for �hi h awarded to MacKen/.ic & Mai 1 and proceed on a trip ot in-sii('( ion over a portion of the pro-pii'i 1 route for the projected Itud--011 bay railway. The minister fiiit er, anticipates visiting Hudson's Bav next year with Uie purpose of c'li ing further on harbor arranj^e-i!.r:i s, either at Nelson or Churchill. I T:�'|;ovcrmnent proposes to push the Jruction of the railway, having liifed intimations not oulv liilitics of the tisliin �lerci are evidences of land copper � tion, and the ilinvestiRat � Wilfrid Registered On Opening Of Public Schools-Total Attendance Not Known School opened in all the city schools today. The total attendance has not yet been compiled by Principal Hamilton, but he was able this afternoon to give the number of new pupils registered as follows: Central school ......... 7-1 Westminster school....., -1(1 Courtland street ....... -1 High School ........... G Hearing Of Case Commences in London Police Court f.ondon, Aug. 28.-Uoth Hairvlcy H. Crippen, the .-Vmericaii doctor, and Clara Leneve, his typist, were accused of the murder of Belle Elnioro, the fi- the li.isilii. the Vatican 'h diii-int; today by fir- ing tlirci' > ; from a revol- ver iiiio i] - air. The wor- shippers tin i'om the church, and the i,ices were sus- peiided. Helliaiiiiii 1. who was ar- resied. saiil that lie desired lo attract : lii:ntlon with a '1- view to :iiiing relnstate- i- niont to ii!! iirlesthood. *i� 4- I--I' >^ ^ ^ 4. .J, ^, ^ ^ 4. 4. 4. ^ PUT FLANS IN Total ................ 130 Last year school cpened in the middle of the inontli of August, and as usual, new pupils, as well as old, kept cominp along for a couple of weeks, but the total number of new pupils in the first two weeks of the term last year was only .119. Wltli last year, therefore, this year's figure ol 130 new pupils on the first day compares well. The attendance figures for the Roman Catholic Separate school are not included in the above. Tliere was special interest ii character of the formal charee warrant for the arrest of the fit had merrlv laid at their door sponsibilily for the death of al known woman whose body wa ill the parlor of the Cripjien hj inildrop Crescent. That bo today accused of the murder Kllciuoro, the actress wife Wir, leads to the suppo] the mutilated body had fled to the satisfaction ities. It also suggests lice have more evide: Miss l^eneve's conn 11agedy than they heretofore. .Today's proceed 'the the ives re-un-onnd at were Belle ^hc doc-that Step in Pincher Creek Railway Project (.Special to tlic Herald). Pincher Cici'!-:, ,\ug. 28.-The plans for the Pini III L t'rc^k, Cardston & Montar.a Railwuv arc now in the hands of the Provincial Government, where they liave imn submitted for approval. In a prcvi,,us dispatch your representativf slalri these plans were to he forwarded to liie department of �u idcnti- Railways at Ottawa This has since e author- been found to lir m-ornect. the po- j, an interview v.til) one ot the �� concerning i,ead officials oi tl.c Jailway com-m with the ,,any F,id;,\ \.',.- kcntleman in .c made known formed the Heralii 1 ipi^sentative that I he had been iu tr! '.ihnne conimunica-gs consiste he 1I-iy.'ed lo sec tile depdsit'uns was re-l�st! il'^WO in the I'nion Bank as a gii.i;.i!' fthat these intentions are lemt it' spitr is to lie built (roii: �' line ot the road to tlie ll" n A giain .-ounsei. , ----I '.^"iWILL LOAN AUTOS I wiVen i^-^sSfiiiiifeav Dew on lite Arrests, rc'li.ir'cs incmbelWyWjp said that he projiosed at tlii.'^ "�"""''''nil pvperlencedT"'''! to oHer o::!v foniui! evidence in ^�'/I'hey u-iU .doubtless .�>'RPott ol the art uf the aulhoriiie,': fn'nnd the. num. ^.ve (Jireahing autnts a-(hfs district. Tbo ctii^ tina high and is of good .rul Ithershaw and Phillip;^ an' n^t In th?lr own yet. but .ite Ifor the Mcintyre raiii h. els were (b>'csl!ed rpFlritiiay record nm, Tii,^ sj.'.in on yre ranch is jver,;gin.s ^hout hols to the acre and a total 10,OeO bijshel.^ will b does not incliid ha>r not romiiieiu'cd yet. to ,;rafl on .'\!(itiday w Ro iiatflts. It is e.stiinatRd li,-. about laO,ni^iO bus. I'l iitrestinj; and holding the accused. A "eek hence ti'c pioseeution would be ready .to proceed with the, case, n.spectot Dew desrribed the arrest on bodia the, steamer Montrose as she Quenec. As he too'-; ''rip ! Citizens Who Have Conscnt^r; to Loan Machines for Laurier Day 1 The following owners of ai;"iri 1 Ijtes have agreed to loan theii to take Sir Wilfrid Laurier a'0 p from the- depot on Wedne-i"' ^ noon to their respective stopi H'- ' eg, are requested to be at it- ":,;fX"�*>*;M� been too .iw-Ith r. ' I'^"^ ,hi^. siLspiHon that ted .f"K'-tn-e had planne.1 (, eotnmil suicide the 'nspcctor fix|,fti\p,l ,,,, I court , business card upbn o,,, \ ,"l "t either uf the inf|uests, and it may be that they are exaggerations growing out of the excitement ,0f the time. SWISS AVIATION CONTEST Geneva, Aug. liS.-.\rman Dufaux today \voii the Swiss aviation club's prize for a flight across Lake Geneva in an aeroplane. Starting at Seville, four miles south 01 .Vlontrouex, ho (lew to Collenges, near Geneva. The distance of about 41 miles was made in 06 minutes. A MURDER ON UKE WINNIPEG Evidence Being Heard at Winnipeg-Mordered Man's Wife on Stand Selkirk, Man., Aug. 28.-Saturday Wm. Hope was charged before Magis-trade Daly with the murder of Frank Walter .Smith at Lack Bear fishing station, Lake Winnipeg. Deceased's widow said the victim had bcl-n a drinker until last Christmas, but had not touched liquor since. ^ .She told ot a trader, Dave Chastellain, bringing whisky out to his house and a subse-quent revel and dinner which she had irepared. A quarrel between Chastel-aine and Hope followed which later terminated in rushing out to the launch, declaring he would murder him. Smith, seeing the. man, whose Indian blood was. frenzied bv whisky. ru.shed to the boat after him. A rno-ment later shot which no oiie saw, followed and Hope appeared with a smoking shotgun. Cross-examination failed to sliake witness on any point, but she testified that Smitii and Hope were friends from childhood, and also that Hope was a quiet mannered man when sober, but cranky, irritable, quarrelsome and vicious when in liquor. Dave Chastellaine. Eicolai Nieolal his son, Ellice Chastellaine, mother and prisoner's sister, Beatrice Kennedy, all gave corroborated evidence. The case was not concluded., PINCHER CREEK SlflPPING HAY Pincher Creek, Aug. 28.-A house wanning in the forii'. of a dance took place Friday night at Dexter Smith's new home at Beaver tireek, the former residence being at Mountain Mill. There was a large e.vodus of young people from Pincher Creek and vicinity to the scene of mirth and music on the night in question, and a right good jolly time was spent. The dance was partly in honor of two visiting daughters "of Mr. and Mrs. .Smith in the persons of Mrs. Hull, ot .Spi)-kane, and Miss Edna .Smith, from Idaho. .lames Burvie is selling off his farni stock and implements at his lani^-ncar Lundbreck on Tuesday. Septem* her �th. What looks like a eoiitradictioa to the theory that hay will he a Hcarco commodity here was a recent ptOCf!IS^ sion of eight loads en route to the station, where the hay was being shipped to other parts. The air in this section is fltain thick with smoke and reserahleg,,foggy weather, only more oppressive Mr. and Mrs. Neil Leymafttenter-(aiiieil a number of tbpjr young frientis Iriiiii town on 1?rlda]rAMltght. The ptuly was eon\e\ed V> ,804, from Ihe residence, two milM:: Iprth, by auto, and the wholfi (Al'ir ,wns a most enjoyable one THREE WORLD'S RE Salt Lake (Mty. a bieyi'le riders-three world s rec E. A. Pve, of miles unp.'iced itt record o'. 6.18 Angeles, rode 1.^^,,. against time mqtor onda, breaking tlMit; H. Wilcox, of " ' ' ter of a mile, u a record of 20 distance in,It FINEST PARK IN EL THE WEST Lethbridge's New Agri-' cultural and Recreation Grounds WORK PROGRESSING OKEN !9.--At night SR. three ig thp if Los mile id. In 53 sec-of 58 3.5. ,S i, rode a ciuar 1, trial against Hft made the MOTHER OF HON. DR. REAUME IS DEAtD . Windsor, Aug. 29.-.Mrs. Oliver �h^aump, mother of Dr, ,1. o. Reaume j fJt�lt-irio Ministe" of Public Works, lillW Sunday on the family homestead, �'^ijlorson tov/nsliiti. near "this city. SheVvas ninety years old. The fan-,�rtU\ili bo held tomorrow. A^mmi%. 90L0 Ottawa.,Al�lk-�?'--At the end ot 18 months op�IN|tlW-;��-'Slr Richard Cart-wricht's gOlMnimimt annuities schem? aMnnitiei|�^'KnibttiiMl�g; to he � value of tfKnn.OOOTllt'Vfcitoeen sold, the averatie annuity being-,:^1250. Approximately one Ultrd'vA(, tint tli-west,, cb| of the grounds, loo.'uiia- down;' main boulevard nr av.-'ntt". It timated cost is abmii Ji.-i.()fit).i� will he located, hiv^irtes the wickets and mv: ..f titrif-tilrs, adininistration MiTtr,", waittn-Iire and polir.^ .^laiion.^. It iS:,;| posed to build 'he ,er.-jiid stti| steel, as ilas maiorial, slightly ni.-ii.' i_n^l\\, \\ill-, both from tire rini irom_ der movini:; � �o:vA>. run far innir rromai Before ilf crfi'i ings is und''il.i'^cii' plaiiN ita^' 11' I'l' eWndii-::e a�ll"""'l cuHiii-til .^r,ciety ;inii| i bv the fi'.v i-oiineil I ,>'r tit.' yori.'iy's ; to tissunii' ''^�'�1 i (Conliinied ea 1_L ;