Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Alta., :31 HORRIBLE DEAI1 AT STRATHCOM Wool- thirty-four fa fa- Baler. Does Them the Standing They KNEEL PRAYER sion :to be Made in Building of the Churches 'Au'cr.' session last ,'in; the' First Presby- terian, churchV Rev. giving.his lecture; in ...the Metropolitan1, church; .Several min IsteriaL .the, ecumenical -including Rev. W.. S .AmS." 'Key.. G. and'ibr. A departraent of with. Mr T. Toronto, as-genera secre.tary.--is; one pf the new -'-'yen tures of Parker, has .devised' a system, of finan cing been, .already prove a .-success in" churche i where '.it lias been, 'tried. .The wbrl of inculcating., f-Ee practice, of Chris tian Stewardship was Rev K-; y-. Woodswo'rthjias conducted :thi? wprk--for.sbizie years. The-.- conference is requesting foe varibu? missionary, etc., to con. tribute'- to "the Support "of" this; propa- Edmonton, Aug., employed at the. P. Aidcrsoirand-' Go's -after'' the belting caught in the shafting yesterday, and whirled round at a-; feariuliyelociiy; I he force of his six'by wo and an eight', and steam: machinery was stopped-liis- body was hanging over the He was're- iiored to the, hospital, iyhere! he fdied this morning. Bis -fighT; frightfully-, both .'knees- '.dis- heel pi, his-left'foot torn off and the; base of ed. An inquest.was tieloHdnigat.-. The coroner's- jury found be- ing caught, in an'improperly' :safe- guarded shaft. -v, Clever Cranbrook Lawyer Favor A BIG MEETING HELD F'ROM COMPANY T.ha-; -.superintendents _ are fortli- Chbwn is .permitted 'to carry von'.the ..work of the'temperance departmentrmitii .Rev, 'Dr.. Moore" is relieved Irom ffiis duties Alliance" which Tie; 'stQEL-dy.-.' tbriservativis'm -'of' dele- gates ,-was night when a '.of. recommenda'tions to change, the., wording of 'discipline- was voted- down1. One recommenda- tion, carried, -arid- that have churches so people could kneel at; -prayer time in' accordance -with the instructions the discipline It the session this ,a .memorial- to admit 'wpmen into the dmrch courts' .wai.under discussion for" abou ten lively; minutes.. -The requested this. .If -svas" a delicate ject1 handle directly, so the op- eft was too import- ant to take up. after so many dele- -Justice Mactaren -was a constitutional ques- tion and might 'prejudice tho union negotiations; The vote stood thirty- four sixty-four against- The recommendation for quarterly boards regular provision for an annual Tacatibn for the pastor car ncd enthusiastically: For the Yea of this Monthr f Increase fa The building .month night will to date they That., the shortness the; :.crop. is having 'feet; on the these the month and" the'end of are Crowd -Assembled .ast Kooteiiay (Special to -'Granbrook, 7B. .wihrid Laurier at; the rink meeting in Cranbrook .this afternoon- -put his approval bn- Malcolm- A. MacDonald. a young His ;C'Siori in an-Important Justice sent to the clerk of .Court- re- garding th'e vs Brewing 'andvMalting: Co.', saying that judgment will go 'directing1 the ean- ithe certificate" of. ownership as to'lot 13.-block 3 and vesting plaintiff. of the plaintiff ers Present tKe Dec- oux ,se to the ier London, England; Lbni Esher, one ,6f 'the; in anaVheretpTbre- a m an article printed today'- he feels -that '..tie.- teer are-numbered, an-iii'that time come, for compulsory in the_army. -The lack of cruits. for the vv-ar Minister established'-on tne advice of -Lord Esher is. resbbns- ble Lordship's "change' of news. :V The reasons judgment are the "haiHls of '-the; court stenograph- si'. appeal is 'given. the Columbia house at..the -last-election and vas defeated Cavea: Honl' Wm. Templeman "in his ad- dress, .suggested to the people of Cranbrook- that 'Mr. MacDonald.. .be t lie candidate 'in the constituencv for iouse: "iQ" hi? address 'stated that .he had. something better, to sug- 'Here and said ;est. rid, "iet Dbmina_ aid. as the-staivdard bearer party in the Federal address Ahc MacDon- of the fa .August -the for theiyear: to- L, 91 AI____ _.. montii 70 per f or Tthe- ''fa to the end of 'Augtist about; fa per .cent. The nurnber-of circuit stewards mav be included in churches having over 400 one "steward additional U> every "extra hundred members. Quar terly hoards may: elect'delegates to the annual, district meetine Provi- sion haTfee.ai; annua] C0n creganoaal meeting'to hear'reports and consult about the work of cburoh Associate superintendents 'of Sunday schp'ols are made members of the board of members of the' rink Of...p0litical i methods-which had been 'used -ih British Columbia during; forged- -at Greefe Thfere (SpecfaL to other loyal .toTrns; did her- self.- proudi-'ifc her "welcoming, of Ri ilfrid' 'to Tcrflay ier-.'-of thqlDbminipn, and partv to her of the-1 land has. -been the: with good, humor -the vigor of undimrnish- ''is Jong-'journey :to twentieth, .-'tor'-'West- Macleod, Aug. 30. might ed ihave .resulted' -hereron -Canada mates. up. .the. foundation Chinese 'west of -the Am- which- -the. "Canada so" aptly 'depic- ericah Hotel; Vbroke out. in- -flames, Wilfrid, is be built, and which .-.made- ;.fire "spending- -time1 prigade' ;were not bef Hpon'-which he has1; undertaken ed.. '-Had.vtheiey'beenVa slight, 'build- .the first courses of the blowing 'at; of the fire: the a.orri' at; dyerse stages "pf e west "structure. were "decorate. j i i-m, --1------ "flaerg 'jiiid troac; and. referred The laundry- wasiiised by .the -.tress. -stated WM as wataaj The Asiatic .bad I which has ana J. J 1_ IJtlU not made his -in fact rhmrt-rT? .Orieatals ente'ring the J "dependent has' opunwy nad never m the jn.'-.the.p: rot'tie CroV made Pass .Hrailway .and: .to1 >the. ".'aid'" which the- Dominion government" had-'given amounting' to .three and millioufdoHars.'- 'Referring to "the n-vits nibbed- ftisj- '-On .Monday team awi Cashed; down.: 2nd Ave. 24th ,St.. almost running comin a.-.--. the.cbmtort of -the partj- .with usual, care .and forethought The.; dis'tiBguished.' par.ty were''met .city of into -and-sffordm '._ aU...partg-.-0f-.ttie. ada, Sir Wilfrid exorcssed the "hnnp 4.1" i wra.c in coming vears, less'.-vvoitl-d :be leard of the west and the cast and hat, -people would speak of-- the a.- whole. -The town was decorated'for the-oc casion of the visit and a large crowd brass met the party-'at the sta where an address was; read by' Maypr .Fink. -Reference was made in ,.the'. address to the need of-a new-post office. The for.this building -had been made, but an early commence- ment of the work was asked. Fronr, the depot, the party was'tak- en to the rink in a number -of auto- mobiles, and addresses were-given-'hy Ralph Smith; Hon. Wm. Templeman, a. little "excitement for a -'few minutes.' -The PuWic schoolr-opened and car- ntirfav foallc[ that bearing-. the" W bnvp T? Premier fhd .T-QTur-iii pupils, have enrolled. If and- Ms party, the city fl Hon. Geo. P. Graham, "and fay premier. Speaking on the tariff Mr Granam stated "that there were twer- ty-three shingle and saw mills- within be A layman's association which- field at the an'nual conference, onahzed that their proceedings not only read .before the annual -con ference for as at pres cnt, but for consideration. Considerable debate was stirred up "or .Rev. Dr. Burns moved ai amendment thafc the discipline be lei as it stands. Several lavmcn spoke claiming, that'they did not have fair, chance to be. heard in the con- ferences; and that were turn- ed down would be tnaae between the .laymen and minis- ters. Rev. Drl Bowles said it was unfair to consider'-questions in con- wreHecr.w-nen one-half Of the members iiad already done so and had decided what to do beforehand.. He was op- posed to caucus meetings. Against Indians at'Fairs The report of the- temperance anri reform department qamc up this afternoon. Race track .-ambling- was condemned. H. H. Miller M P was honorably mentioned for his assistance in helping legislation. Re- grets were expressed over the oppo- sition to the bill by the Minister of -Justice. The between moral rciorm ,and mission was men- tioned, showing the need of consisten- cy in the :home-lands if the gospel is to have power aboard. Strong dis- approval was expressed against the practice of employing Indians for ex- Ktion purposes Canada. The Department of Indiar, Affairs j--- i pass, are also handsomrv i- Regarding Or- Iv decorated, and an -arch in grain, has beeTbuuTovcT thl square fence. J led in "the'town of Fernie. The 'special train hearing the Pre- mier and party arrived on time and departed for Macleod after the close- of. the arranged, programme. Many people remained, to see the last of Sir his party, giving them hearty-cheers as the train drew awav trom the-station. Miners. See Premier District of A-. presented Sir Wil- address setting fonh the facts _____ _ the Arthur De-coux case, and ask- j Uhe work Cars Destroyed aM Peo- ple Injured at Co- lumbus Columbus, Ohio, Aug. Dyna- miters of cars were more, successful tonight than heretofore. Three cars were partly wrecked, and four per- sons were injured. The dynamite was _ without1' kri vd tf "Pjebiscite takes. pha i the __ G: took; ah v t .the affair; Laviolette made a night "march to the reserve daybreak and started on the.search. .Sunday as they lifted a blanket. Blackhand rolled o.ut under the canvass side of a teepe and started to nm.- The 'police pur- sued and challengedthe Indian, to halt asd as he continued, Constable Dorion fired twice over the desperado's head and with the third-shot'shattered the Indian's left arm.. The Indian stumbl- ed, several times, but; continued run- ning until he fell and. was captured. The Indian who called Himself Al- mighty Voice.is a crack and a descendant ,of the Indian band who participated in the .Custer. massacre He has bragged he would never be taken alive and was within "a few feet of the place where he its repeating rifle and kpife when LO Gctrtfi. StQQ Jt jg Iv be doubted that had he reached his irrns nnhurt tbcrti tizvz ragedy. "u "ave "een a an; m the legislature, of the province, the province ;was in sympathy with the Dominion administration "at the pres- ent time. Two special trains were run into Cranbrook for. the occasion, and there was added service on the regulars Trainmaster, John Kenned- "of the Canadian Pacific, is accompanying the special of the premier over the dis- trict. The whose tour of the west toueheTVhis i.uv.ot, itrHLC a. plattorm has been "built near court house, and it is also decorated I An with flags and grain, etc., and from eveninS have the soon as Dossl-ble. incident occurrin 'be token' case disposed yestefdav of the strikers. 4. 'Main over explosives '-at stiert p- v wt stiett, two men, F. Ra- a aild Harry Hcisko- len.th'e Spokane contingent i a tailor, were puiied out from j to Part i the car when it stopped. Ra- La'uricr 'and partv arrnre in itfacleod late tonight and 1U o clock tomorrow the procession ithe order D.O.K.K.. was ttUiiiS-. T- of'autorcobiles, etc., starts from the (inS the arrival of the J" C.-P. Depot and will 'proceed real Sir Wilfrid-Lauriar e scalp A an amns- P. Depot and will 'proceed 2nd avenue, 24th street, and up es will be made till'1.30 p.m. when avenue., in to the public square. Speech the party will be shown around after which Wilfrid Laurier. A Joke on a Visitor shatter- foot; may have to be ain- Reiskowitz- cot off 'wich a Long street car was oahts---were' A 1 UU one. side ;and hisvguests' to ?ach being- thrown.' several, feet; 'Vfrbmi" :he auto -was, being.'driven speed-- of ahout 40' something, remarkable that -'all are tell, the, lad one1 of :his "thumbs" pulled'- pint, and .-the "others ess'hruises, to nurse as ;he; thrilling occasion. he machine .'had disgorged -itself ts human load -it. appeared: lp J-naye ?one into spasms, for ..it-''took' ''I two V nd-..a half revolutions'and rolled- r -an.embankment as :a'.wind-up, i-.rto hat acrobatic feature ..of the" enter-'1 ainment, which was not eta the -bills.r Jnable 'to make .-further, use of ihW- uto from its damased arty wended: their' collective way to i" mcher. City, .wh'ere' they secured '.learn to drive them homo. The mobile was brought, in the'following day by J. .Chaput, who managed 'to fix.it so that it travelled by Its'own. power.- An Untimely. Death An untimely death occurred -last evening, when Walter. G.'-'Cbi crossed the great divide-at--the of 26 years. He had been more" less s sufferer for'the past twa--yeafsrAv'-f" and succumbed .to..diabetes rXanlv englishman and-'during, his residence-in Piucher tions in -Mitdiell's. drug Jackson Bros.' -hardware.- famous in a-'local As the Spokane visitors welcomed to .the town to .71 "-V _ dynamited at Monroe Avc. 'and "ill0te' j. car was partlv blown un. ;Calgary team wo ear." Greeted at Depot Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier point today, made a stop-off of hour and a half.. In honor of his visit the city was gaily decorated with bunting and evergreens, and civic holiday proclaimed, the business houses closing down for three hours On the VUNlSTEfi SHOOTS TWO WOMEN AND 'HjMSELF Kansas City, Aug. tqr vntrrn .O.O.O. and the arrival of the train at 3.30 mier was met by the civic 'ies- and citizens committee sur- to prevent the transportation of liquors- into an- province -of Canada under prohibition law. (Contiued on page S) crowd of about one thousand people from Cranbrook and the rounding district. An address read and presented him by Mayor Fink on behalf of the city o'f Cran- _.__ brook and the premier replied, ex- Brown, formerly, pastor of the his Pleasure at such a cor- j_ .T- _ A. iy i J. _) j Canadian hymns. Sir was then conveyed r ian church in "Lee Summit, Mo late dial The city band was in ast night shot and. killed' Miss Edith and played the National A-'ard. seriously wounded Mrs' Aim L-ampere and then commuted sufcide in a rooming house.- Jealousy is said of tea "cars to have been the cause of the tratr- Art v -s j _ _ -art tb; i satnerins of, Knights and for j some-one Bottoraley. partly blown up. Ths.- con- were beingJductor was carried-to the street the large j injuries were serious, Adam These are claimed to be the wnrde IPV- v -u --------a v-cj- wyunu 10 ass s ssrisss: from Macleod and vicinity Lethbridgc to hear Laurier the cnmg. go the in quan- shal; pas- .'the, two Mrs. Ollie Gregor. 48 years old was rendered unconscious T rtOTT AITOI- j. a lo- KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT a v M-anJch. Bavaria, Aug-. 31 Ule three cheers. This went Hose Buckingham, of San Francisco f 'iv'c11 that lt >as repeated and Mr. was killed, and Ames of went up in the, air onco :he'same city, was severely injured more- 'Qis tilne' smilina- smTio lity and quite gray and wavy he not look unlike Canada's great states" i da? the firsVTimrshTS'd mn" and the crowd joined heartily in ihc.. cars during the .strike. She "had a dav walked the distance of 2 by s. runaway aur.omGbile as were' leaving the Prinz Regentan the- atre Jast nigbt. 4- fa fa fa fa fa fa edy. lie carried on his person. a Boe-r war. -mods James McCome, a Kintore farmer died in London of injuries received when his horses ran. away, a -chicken coop. hv the skating rink, atcd for the occasion where .-an Audi- ence of about two thousand .people wore anxiously awaiting to. hear the first citizen of Canada speak. Dr .1 H. ex-M.T.P. for the -Cran- brook riding, expressed in a few words.the appreciation the people of (Contiued. on page S) CANADIAN CLUB LUNCHEON __ Remember thp Canadian. Club luncheon at'which (5'clock, noon, sharp at the Alexandra Cafe. Tickets-limited to fifty time smiling a smile most as eloquently as could the great man made, unwillingly to re- present. This little episoode .showed some- ing of the feeling .that exists re- gardmg Canada's favorite son feat the real.favorite, arrived'upon Oic. same platform this evening the little .incident'.of'-last evening dwind- i.led into nothingness, .like the swal- lowing up of a ripple on the ocean's AUcdonald, M.P., willspeak.'is ''A beacl1 -the-waves of a storm. twelve d'clock. nftftn" t The' Spokane vankee WJLS The' Spokane yankee was accorded Roy Merrill, who was walking past the OI" not. seriously hurt. unconscious, but was COMPLETE RETURNS OF PORTUGUESE ELECTIONS Aug- 3l--Complete returns the recent parliamentary elec- tions with the exception of such were invalided by fraud or otherwise snow the following results: Minister- ialists 90: Monarchists in opposition spot in his memory, hecansejcandidates' 4- SSciSS- r 1 -t0- RepnhlteS? tjelldted- reai, Sir Wilfrid. rtve.fnmds and made tests of the ;Calgary team, two y ears, In football- 'championship .01 Ginaga. He "had ,no- relatives' !in'- Canada; of Pythias of which, he was' a member, had ranged, .to send him -to his home ia England; but a had creed otherwise.; Hc> was secretary of the fire and under their aus- pices, conjointly with that of the Knights of Pythias, his tuneral takes- place to-morrow. Profound regret is expressed throughout the oommunitv at the death of one who had lived a wholesome life, and whose rec- ord for honesty and integrity is an example to the numberless friends and acquaintances who now mourn his loss. Struck His Mother For striking a "woman, and that man his own mother, as well as chasing other inmates out of tte house by brandishing an axe, Harvey was yesterday fined and costs, the total amount beintr on the first charge, and on the second was he sentenced to 30 -days in jail. Inspector Belcher meted out-justice as above. man named Walter Smith was brought before Magistrate Plunk'efct yesterday for using obscene language of an abusive character. He was: let oil" with the costs of the courts, hut-- bound to keep the peace for SIT months. A few more examples of this kind might have a tendency to some- extent of' eradicating an evil irom the streets of our town.