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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Aug. .11, HM1. THE TTERATJV The Foot Toggery an d arry oes for Men stand for Style, Fit anJ Comfort For Men Who Care to Dress Well this is the most up-to-date and most serviceable Shoe and hears a reputation that is not excelled You Will Buy Here Eventually; Why Not Now W. J. Nelson Co. Nearly Killed in Drunken Row (Continued 'rom Front Page.) covered consciousness although lie is Edit in a-v-ory precarious condition. Tha charge has been laid against Wicnlcott, a blind man whose repu- tation is well known to the police. H vs reported that when the lady who notified the noHc-s of the asked tho moil present io had clone the WinnicotL. answered "I did indicated a full bottle of bear as LUG" weapon with which'the wound is supposed to have been inflicted. The Herald man visited the shack this morning in company with D-3- tective Sergeant Egan who is working tip the fact-s of the case for the pro- secution, and behold one of the most cord id sights1 he has ev-er witnessed. The place Inoks like tho original home of filth, and with the mass of blood from Selby's wound still lying on the 'floor the scene was too terri- ble for words. Th-a shack has been under police surveillance for- some time past, ns it is known that some very shady floats have been pulled off within its walls, and should death result in Selby's case, there will be a si.rong chain of evidence in the haitrls of the police to use against the accused men. WinnltiotL IK the- same man who yesterday UT.-J acquitted on tiro charge of rolling a man by the nnme of Steelc in the shnck on Saturday relieving him of It has since been learned on good authority hy the pol-ue Uiat YVInnicott lias re- turned to Stoele the taken from him. Uoe, one of the other men In the HORSE TRADE TOIpfLPEP Prominent Breeder Reciprocity Will be-. Benefit Mr. A. Yeager, tho well known horse-breeder, has u letter in th-s To- jrantfld today British Consul j ronto .Globe replying- to that of Mr. G. K. JTorsler conveyed to form-; Io g who i thanks of! case, appeared before Magistrate Ball this morning on the charge of being drunk while interdicted. His case was remanded, and it is likely that lie will be hold as n witness in the j assault case. The latter will not come i up for a clays, until it vs found out whether Selby's condition im- proves enough to allow of his being in court to festlfy'against Wiimlcott. claims that the trouble re- stilted from an attempt being nmde by (iclby to short change him. THANKS TO LILIUOKALAN1 Honolulu; Aug. a personal and Qiicon Mary Cor the reciprocity. Mr. part, she taken In the coioualion tlia "blocks" of from to pounds which bring from to a pail The message from [.he British sov-1 in Toronto, sell for to in ereign wns convoyed through the i Kuffalo. "British foreign office. The former queen returned an appropriate reply. A similar message was conveyed to "Then take our he said our misfits, that you can hardly get Governor Kraer and olhor j or and their American officials by Consul Forsrer. them up before -they .are sold j Tho same will bring in Buffalo from ?250 to I mean A PATRIOTIC CONSERVATIVE j wagollf esBress i livery horses. They hnve the cities, Calgary, Aug. a meeting in flnd wnnt our caundian misfit-3.. 'J'licre are thousands looking foi them. "I have been a breeder all my iger continues, "and in li and 1SKS bought and shipped 1100 horses to Montreal, which Kiverside, George Doughty in a good speech said he hart been in Calgary twenty-four veal's. For that time he had been staunch Conservative, and Mr' on every previous eleciion, either pro- vincial or Dominion, he had 'voted Conservative. Under ivciprocity lie j s GRAIN HELD AWARDS MADE Cardston Farmers Make Good Scores in Annual Competition Cardston, Aug. awards have beeo made by tho Judge, F. S. Urisdftle, assistant superintendent of Jjothbridge Experimental Farm, and while many more entries might have nmde In this district had tho competition been more widely adver- tised, "yet the results are gratifying. Certainly It is that few years, if atiy, have ever seen finer fields of standing grain in this district than those now being cut. The awards OH follows: Kali wheat, Alberta IX El. Harris Ss., 89 1-2 points, Woolford; ;j, J. A. Johanson, SS 1-2 points, 'Wool- lord; :3, S. J. Wilson, 87 points, Owen- dale; Williams, SG points, Card- ston. Spring C. B. Tanner, 92 3-2, Hill Spring; 2, J. A. Johansen, 111 D. B. Harris Ss., 93, Wool- ford; 2, Allen Robertson, S3, Haley; Walter R. lllckmycr, 82, Owendale; 4, S; J. Wilson, SI 1-2, Owendale.: It is to bo that more farmers did net i-neer .lie spring wheat competition as there are some excel lent Holds 'In this district. However, the splendid score secured by Messrs. Tanner (who captured last year'; prize also) and Johansen, shows what can be done In tills line and speaks volumes for this crop. Harvesting is going on everywhere and the earlier fields are all in the Etook. The yield is going to be ex- cellent and quality unsurpassed by previous years so far as can be Judged at' this writing. Tho damp weather has done more damage to hay than anything else. The graiu is in excellent shape. Death at Raley Yesterday thft son of -.Mr. and .Mrs. F. 13. Church was laid to rest in the Cardston cemetery. The little follow was a great favorite and his funeral conducted by the Rev. A. W. .Whiteman was largely attended hy all the surrounding neighbors. The- cause of death is said to be cholQra.infanl.iim, and several other families have serious cases, one death having already occurred in this dis- trict therefrom. Mr. and Mrs. Church the sym- pathy of all Cardston eitiz-ens in the Joss of their son Cecil, and may that iconsolatiqn come sorrowing "hearts that 'only' [lie Divine Power ,caii send. Infantile There been one or two more cases reported of this dread malady, the last being the little daughter Let- tte of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thomas, so far Jis your correspondent could learn. All cases are improving slowly of those previously, attacked. Dr. Lynn has returned from a much needed brief vacation and is looking better, for the rest doubtless enjoyed. Cardston school began on Monday with good attendance in all depart- ments. Two of the .teachers have not yet -arrived but are expected this weeK. not conscientiously vote for the Conservatives, as with him it was duty before party. Reciprocity was good for the country, and he would sacrifice party principles for the j roshippcd to England and the breeder was sailing for 1200 pound and 1400 pound blocks sixty to eighty dollars country. FARMERS! The Lethbridge- Weyburn Realty Co. 1260 FIRST AVE. S. 323 FIFTH STREET- Sell the Best and Only Patent Portable Corrugated Iron Granaries Capacity Bushels Each. Strong, Durable, Cheap, Fire-Proof, Wind- proof, Vermin-Proof. sure and see you get the Corru- g'nicil with the cightccn-inch man- hole iu top. Tins allows granary to be com- pleted in tight shape-before putting grain in, insuring a light cover. today ?200 lo in the Toronto j market and considerably more in Uuf- i talo. Bui. ship them to Liverpool ami Uic price is which nets lira i breeder ISO or by the time he I pays his freight and commission, and j we could not sell 100 horses in one I hundred days at that price. In other i words that market is gone." The writer claims tnat in ten years j there will be no northwest market for I Ontario horses, owing to the Introduc- tion of steam-driven farm mRchinery I and the increase of the horse raising j industry there. CONSERVATION OF COAL London, Aug. London morning papers are by the prediction in Sir William Ramsey's adrtresa at a mee'.fng of the British I Association for the advancement cf Science al Portsmouth yesterday that unless the present rate of lion IB reduced, England's coal fields would be exhausted in 1.75 years. cdllorlals strongly support Sir Will- iam, urging the government to follow f the example of the United States and j adopt, to conserve the na- tlnnal resourcvtf. RECIPROCITY AT P1NCHER Pincher Creek, Aug. rousing rally was hold at the school bouse this" evening, the lionsc was fillcii to the doors hy an nudicncc which lack- ed nothing "in enthusiasm. Edward McKac acted as chairman. The speaker o! the evening was the Hon. Dr. La fieri y, the owner of a large farm in close proximity of Pincher. Dr. LalTerty's talk wns considered by the large atidirnec present one oi the best artilrrssrs yet heard on the ques- tion of reciprocity. Dr. Laffcrty re- nmrki'il on the opposition appeal lo "let well enough and'said this was nol a policy for either the Lib- eral party or any progressive party in any eoimiry. It was purely a pol- icy of business we would have more business ot" stand still where we are now. The speaker then discussed the pact Tom four points of view as raised hy the Conservative party, viz.: First, Canadian industries would bo injur- ed. .Second, that our natural resourc- es would follow in destruction. Third, the deflection of the carrying trade rom east and west to north and south. Fourth, annexation. I.affcrty gave the history of re- ciprocity movement ever since 1854 to the present time, showing con- clusively thai the country had al- vays desired reciprocity with the United States. Tie also showed that .lie country flourished now as never jefore, under the present administrn- ion, and asked sufiragcs of prcs- nt to stipport Dr. and the, jaurier government. The meeting iroke tip with three cheers for Dr. Vnrnock anil fteciprooity. Karl Grey sails from Canada for nglnnd on Uctobci S. WHO? Did Sir Thomas or "Jam" Aikens Tell a Fib? Winnipeg, Aug. are having ti good laugh at the way Sir Thomas Shiuighnessy was caught In denying tlmt .1. A. M. Alkcns, the anti-reciprocity candidate in Brandon, was solicitor for tho C. P.- 11. during the past twelve months. In tin inter- view on Sunday the C. K. president, said: Mr. AiKsns nor Mr. Dennett Is solicitor for the C. P. K." Calling on Mr. Alkens, who was en- gnged in conversation with Sir AViIl- ium Whyte, the president added: "I have just stated that you were not now solicitor for the C. P. R." "People said Mr. Aikens, "that because I was at one time soli- citor for the 0. P. R. that I am tted to the company for life. I gave up my position as solicitor for the com- pany twelve months ago. The papers keep hammering at me as solicitor of the C. P. H., although I have no nioro connection with the company than 1 Jiave witf. individuals who at times ask for ray advice and assistance." Bui at hlg nomination in Brandon two short weeks ago Mr. Aikens said, according to the Conservative "Tele- "But if I am successful -on Kept. 21 in winning election in this constituency, it will be impos- sible for me to tip the work of the O. P. R. it will mean, gentleman, ttmt It will be necessary for me to place my resignation Into the hands of my very dear friend with whom I have been associated many years and your friend who has done BO much ror William Whyte." NOONESAWHOO SAM SHOOT YUEN Prince Albert, Bask.. Aug. coroner's jury brought, in a verdict of killed by a bullet from behind from a weapon in the hands of some person unknown. The Inquest, concerning the (tenth pC Mark Yuen, for whose murder Hoo Sam has been .arrested, -brought nn ey'dence to show that any other person saw Sam -'shoot Yuen down.' BJva Allcro told of Hod Sam telling her -the cash was short in the till in the and also telling her not to to Yuen and Yin as it would cause lotg of trouble. lie did not see Hob Sam shoot Yuen either. The case will come up again tor hearing next Monday, MAGRATHHAD MEETING AT HAT (Special to the 'Herald) Medicine Hat, Aug. Ma- gratb'g Conservative rally here last night MugrathV speech ,wiw fairly well received and he stuck to the're- ciprocity side of the oucBtlon. Mo tried to show that the prices of wheat, barley und meal products would not go up, and that Industrial- Canada would be ruined, and It he bad been appealing to an uninitiated audience might Iiavo made good. A good house greeted Magrath, who was listened to with close attention. Dr. Leech of Tnber also spoke, and, although the meeting was orderly, it grew weary when he began to try to prove what he termed was the mismanagement of the Liberal administration. Many chairs were vacated before the meet- Ing came to a close. President .Yamieson, of the Conser- vative Association, was unavoidably absent, and the chair was filled "Hill" Cousins. His last speech was not appreciated by the crowd who considered it in bad form to say the least. HARVESTERS FOR CANADIAN WI Nearly Forty Thousand Brought in This Year Winnipeg, Aug! thousand harvesters were brought In by the Canadian Pacific and Canadian Northern railways, Rnd apparently these have all been absorbed hy the harvest fields of the, Canadian prairie West. The former company brought In from the Bast, and from the >ouEh, while the Canadian North- ern brought from the East and a thousand from the South. PERJURY CASE AT MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hnt, Aug. Bamnan, charged with and also with being accessory in tho un- lawful retention of the property of the Union Bank, was remanded un- it il tomorrow morning. This case 'arises out of the charge of which Rob- ert llaschewitz, wns found guilty.' Robert Mnschewitz, 'Who unlawfully retained the sum of was further remanded for sentence. Notice Lithtarldgt 4 Labor Council LABOR DAY CELEBRATION At 'I' TABER MONDAY, SEPT. 4TH, 1111 RETURN I FARE CHILDREN: HALF FARE. TRAINS LEAVE 7 a.m. RETURN 7 p.m. TICKETS ON SALE AT 8TARLAND THEATRE MISSIONARY WORKERS Ouluth, Minn., Aug. dele- gates io tlic sixth annual Council of the missionary department of the Pro- testant Episcopal church of the Unit- ed States to hesin in this city tomor- row morning for u three days'. ses- sion, arrived In the city last night. Archblshpi) WiHlieson, Winnipeg, pri- mate of Canada, Is due this morning-. LEFT THE HOSPJTAL Montreal. Aug. Fred .Mnndy, who was injured last Satur- day night when thrown from the special train bearing the local follow- ers of Sir Wilfrid Laurier back from Valleyfield, was able to leave the gen- oral hospital yesterday.and return to his honie. WHITLA NEWS Whitla, Aug. li on ta full swing now. There li not milch doing In town farmers art buiy cutting their grain. Mr. Boyii, representing Ham ft 'Mo' therwoll, of Winnipeg, In Whit> la on the 29th. MUs Karlek Is rlpltlic the Pollnki'i home. Mr. tor W, it Brocks, of Culgiry, celled on theUWt- la merchants on lut" Mr. Hooper, auditor for the OldMBf' Lbr. Co., stopped off In tor a dmys the past week. J. a. Llenhue U buUdtnc'a rrsnuy, u be figures on bumper crop. The heavy Jrost which oocurM4 Monday night, did dmjnitt the late and gudens, but hu net iuirt wheat, as It to too tar along. J. P. Rlchtrdson, of Boikons, N. P., is visiting her sen, S. C Rich- ardson and family of this place, Miss Byrde Richardson trrired on Tuesday last from" LetbMMci. where she had been visiting Hits A. Johnson and taking in the Fair. reports haying bad a Terr enjoyable time. Mrs. A. W. Fuller and daughter, Lucille, came down