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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Number 219 GOES INSPECT liter Of Railway si Wake Trip to Pas I Mission T 10 1U0S0N BAY LINE GOVERNMENT WINS Result of Saturdays Contest in Spain City Seats re turns from todays parliamentaryelec tions indicate agovernmentmajority in the counts from 35 to The Re publicans won a majority of seats in and There was no disorder San Iff uu interview published today reiterates intention to ad here ardently to his original He he has no to resign but on will remain in power as long as possible to work for his countrys jhe cortcs will convene October TEA NOTE N Leave When Reaches Winnipeg KILLED BY an employee of the Peoples Telephone was electrocuted morning by coming in contact with live electric He was woorking when 1 ailj the him underthe chin volts through His liieiess foody fell to the ground He was removed to the He is a young unmarried An in quest will foe re cotjnd Sir Wilfrid Laurier enthusiastic church whistles torches rockets streets were covered illuminations while busi residents hung out The pro through town and ad ing crowds from The premier ex appreciation ot the magnific at spent the thci Canadian Pacific steamer j usage Head to Sir Wilfrid speaking to gatherings at Halcyon Naksup and Arrow Head Kt 1 dij ual a t Lai lam Oa Public tendance Not School opened in allthe city schools The atmosphere was imi The total attendarice has not peaitrable with dense smoke from theVet tieei1compiled by Principal Ham iifes in Washington stz tvftas a he this afternoon of i give the number of new pu oils re to see the distanceof the as follows and through the Lower Arrow the vessel was two its installed at her willing to receive goods of lood friend under equit the neaping from the boat at p their supplying our fains lakes with this suffo arrangements effected arid theMinister of at ihVmnrogS Oil innrnnV eg oh journey acui prbceed Pas Central school Westminster school Courtland street High School 74 46 4 130 JUast yeaivschool opened the mid dle of the month of and a wellas kept coming along a but the total nHmber ofnew pupils the first Off the term last was With last years figure ot r T TT l130 new PUPis the first daycom j Io Hudsons Bay i pares Ilfre he will plans for con TIle attendancefigures for the Rd pians lor con stru ion of thc bridge over the Sas wan the Contract for awarded to MacKenzie in pro Iftid Maiin and proceed on a trip of spec lion over a portion of the posip route for the projected Bay The minister anticipates visiting Hudsons icxtyear with the purpose of ng further on harbor arrange at Nelson or overnmcnt proposes to push thc the harms ed intimations noi only oi ilities oi the fish i a lercvare evidences of ti copper which investigated Wilfrid Condi man Catholic Separate school are not included in the LEAVES A MAGAZINE merly of the staff of lusteated paper has been general manager of the Trust Cripperi Was Going lo Throw Himself Into the Sea DEW ON THE STAND Hearing Of Case Com mences in London Police Court Hawley j American and Clara his were accus ed ofthe murder of formers in the formal charge read to them in Street lice court TJiss Leneve charged harborine andmaintainintr Crippenaf and whilt knowing he committed proceed ings Inspector the prisoners irom Canada introduc ed evidence to show CriPPCH contemplated followinghis flight from Crippen was quoted also as c claringc thathis companion no ing of the trouble in and Miss Leneve to have protested her er the ing tbrcp siio ver into thy A former iyj named Bel a panic j Vatican s today by fir froin arevol The wor shippers fled from the and the services were sus who was ar said ihatJie desired attract a view to securing reinstate ment to the ERNIE JURYIISTOOSHORTADAY tU Ja Recent Murder Case Was Under Investigation There MURDERERS DEATH To Make Money in is the Argument of New Union Bux of the builders declar led there change stride situation and was unable toestimate number of men to work The new National Union officers are busy enrollingnieh to start Their contract calls for nine hours a day at 2 cents ad vance on In union The latter call for eight hour day at cents after but the nationalists claim eight hours too short ia view of the win ter International officers say thatmanymen signing the hew union roll had no serious intentions arid would be found when the time came to start There was special interest in character of formal charge hadrinereJy laid at door sponsibiiity for the known was in the parlor of Killdrop Crescent That bbtl today accused of thc actress Step ixivPincher Creek Project r Special to Pincher the re for the Pincher Railwav afeVn6w leads to the suppo the nmtilated body had the satisfaction The plans in the hands of the Provincial they for Belle in a docirepresentative stated ti e a Report That Haller Had Been Badly Beaten Previously Special to the coroners in held upon the body of Martin the man who killed William atthe Krag Hotel a week ago was concluded Friday night and a Chief Constable his Constable Lacey and Mor of the provincial and man of police were examined as to how Haller met his Samsons evidence as to the con duct of the capture and the manner of the mans death was corroborated by Lacey andMorris in as far as the three the same portions of Samson stated he thought the fatal shot had been fifed by and Morris confirmed this adding the manner in which it came He said the fugitive had fired point blank at him distance of about 40 was in a sitting facing and that the ball came within four feet of SWISS AVIATION Dufaux today the clubs for a Geneva in an aeroplane Starting at four miles south flew to jiear The distance of 41 miles made in 56 A MURDER ON LAKEIINNIPEG Evidence Being i Heard s Wife onStand Hope was Magis trade Daly with of Frank Walter at widow said had been a drinker until last Christinas bathad It HallI not touchedliquor smceA NAIL THE WEST Lethbridges New Agri cultural and Recreation Grounds WORK PROGRESSING A Big Force of Men and Teams Grading Athletic Grounds i On Satuiday afternoon aparty of Agricultural Society directors and engaged the Alexandra Hotel car and went out toJn ami the woi ried out at Henderson included are the new In the partv were President M H S J E A H E Hum J L Alcb F They r at workat theVwesjtrendvof the which qld tobe fonvarded to of en identi Railways at Thisvhas since It also suggests lice have more MissLeneves coi they proceed reading of thc cused at the which remanded until ing autbqr t the po e concerning tioii e iuade Jcapwn formed Ilie had consisted of the durin been found to be In an and ordered him to throw up hisj which the refused to and he taking Constable Gormans evidence con flictcd vith this part Morris quent revel and dinner she had A quarrel laine and Hope terjminated in rushingV out to iihe murder statement very the the dav Sir j a stooping hav thc ci made any Rnst inthe Dock theacj who had have the i plans inspected as speedily as pos a month is the amount of the pay rolldisbursed tiythe com pany at 1he present The came to a sitting groaning except thoseconnecticialalrcady referred to states ublic have no conceptioE of the amount of work entailed in pre admitted j the public have no of jthe although smbled in the neigh paratory matters the the hope of catching of the te Crippen and wjn possibly prove an item of stood the interest to many to wore a gray frocK companion wasdressed in suit of Ar the solicitor enEased bv f his appeared for and dirls represented Travers Humphreys has of the case for the and reducing the evidence the leading spirit in thisrail waV is a He nd started out though r conducts one S as a introducing the evidence 13 tion of the asked that be remanded for1 is anative Of Whit by in life as a school with his brothr Ofth tions in Your representative has on lent authority that as sooti as the location of the station hasbeen most reliable financial J m New TI i cided by the vote oi property holders on the work of erecting mans causing him great Gorman also stated thatthe shot which Morris said was fired at him was an accidental discharge of Hallers which he was holding in the hollow of his elbow with the muzzle pointing The man stated to Coroner before he that the shot which hit him was fired at the place where both thc constables say they hit Jurys Verdict The verdict rendered by the jury states that Haller came to his death shot wound fired in the discharge them They added a rider stat the tcrri to be covered by Con was too large for one result of a ce OH Wf The prosecutor exptamed that inthe virimy site will be begun man to look Martin Hallers body was buried without any ceremony and the chapter of tragic history made in governments evidence against the is I pointed to her only as being accessory after the Dew Is Sore Inspector Dews comments on melh nnnular in u j one 5 yiafi Ls composed lso a time lias been un of a very sociable class nt j jess rcc0mmendation of the Pal two of the officials being irom naer jurv is acted upon a thor of the whole made bv the la gov 3USHELS rath District atest Magrath un pungent iIiat it was quite a to meet English pressmen once they Immediately Judgd his seat today at Bow Street Police Court Crippen and Ethel PR tcred the Crippens moustache freshly grown and grayhairs were plainly visible in his Lcnevc wore heavv blue veil she raised on facing vhc magis Crippen and the eirl were calm and They listened intentlyto anrl on the Jock rail quite at their While Inspec tor Dew was Diving evidence as to the arrest Crippen leanei forward and spoke to his Tho latter askird Dew if the prisoners him on July request to be il the depositions was re It seems evident from the themselves an enviable reputation with their evru n he chil dren who mayform part oi the com starting of awaits now onlv the s ap Haller was crazed and in deadly ear nestin his efforts to get at Barten der he had no ovprpowering desire to interfere withany one He had met several people between the time he shot Palmer and the time proval of the iraiafning I Oj own and had shown X disposition shoot any one who stage 1 did not with He state the after he was element of doubt may 7uinds of even a of the proceedings regardin liinenessof the i should be removed now lui ter have made a deposit of J the Union Bank as a these intentions are spur is to be built from of the road to thc in nsjthat not fired at Lacey with itl thCintent to and the fact that he was within six of Lacey when he fired would seem to bear out shipped to other followed and smoking Crossexamination witnesson testi fied that Smith and ffiettds from and Hope was a quiet mannered man when so but some Dave his Ell ice Beatrice all gave corroborated The case was Pincher house warming in the of a dancetook place Friday night at Dexter new home at Beaver the for mer residence being at Mountain There was a large exodus of young people from Pincher Creek and vicin ity to the scene of mirth and music on the night in and a right good jolly time was The dance was partly in honor of two visiting daughters of Smith in the persons of of Spo and Miss Edna from JamesBurvjc is selling off his farm stock and implements at liis near Lundbreck on Ssptem ber What looks like a the theory that hay will be commodity here was a recentproces sion of eight loads en route where the where are to cricket J other i from this gradingis vented into the boulevard extreme of and ivill form agood grounds right Aj and small depot will be erected gn have already been completeiy passed with a high teams are at grading Theplans hall esi ballsy grouped halfway theT and the race stoc stables tobe located the east side grounds race horse stables by themselj the extreme intended the grandstand and m3 of alll stalls stables present 1 this to leave t othsr exhibition andadSi tional and for whfcli ample dfoom Is uniiii time as the size of the fair demands f by the remove the grand stand at f present oh the old grounds to use them as free fv ersj Much thought has been plans of both the park jrand grounds iHatch the Agricultural is also of the parks Cen The air in WILL LOAN i in yellow jand that he hud no intention Citizens Who Have Consented to Loan j Morris or meaning Mschines for Laurier Day following owners of have agrsed to loan their to take Sir Wilfrid Laurier i threshing outfits a this The prn tigh and good Irhershaw and Phillips are n their own ye for the Mcln tels Threshed record lyre ranch h 4 heincc thc prosecution r2ady proceed with the Inspector Dew described the arreston board steamer as shr he took Crip Pen the latter too Cri vou be at promptly at 3 oclock on their cars They up from the platform to be eastward alongBaroness Road direction of the Land Ing the two and the whole enjoyable Palmer lias none hack to thCjinos Eras and ii is stated that she xvill continue in run hr business lateTHREE WORLDS ly managed by her RECjDRDS There is sonie gossip AS 10 what Salt Lake took place at the hotel at ihe time a bicycle riders ofHallers visit a few weeks j three worlds thc dav of the of i of latemens qo so far as to inj miles unpaced dkale thai Haller was badly beaten j record of bv Palmer and Rawson rode and that he was kicked in the face j against time an o None of these matters onds breakingJheJrerofd of 5S s cameout at either by City Engineer jold and by Architect On all matters authorities been consul ted Spauldings ed thc guide for the laying the baseball of the study and is the rrand the southwiSt side of racetrack instead of The wil shaded from sun will also be from wind or dust suddenly and when lisualiy come from the Plans of Buildups Architect Noble showed tho theelevation and floor plans proposed main main agonally across the or illwest of the main boulevard or timated cost is ajjoui will be Indices hr wickets and roi s ai ty ana m administration 55 and IT is i posed to build grsn sia v L w I nIl not I inliiao l oo mv ton iw lard havr not commenced i to the on MOD Ir i estirnsied this with sttsoKJoti fujritivp had to commit l suicide th1 inspector exhibited t i a businesscard upon onr John V which were the words rohin It f iQrl darage Continued on Oliver j months operationbfSir Richard mother of wrights government pititto Minists of Public Workslannuitiesyamountinjj Sunday on thc srson was ninety years The fun1 one third I he hld chased ;