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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta S, Ihe VOtUME ALBCRTA. WtDMIftOAY, JANUARY im ORCHARD SAYS HIS CONSCIENCE IS CLEAR Man Who Testified in the Famous Haywood Case Writes a Letter to a Detective OOLD AT WINNIPEG (WMttnt Winnipeg, Jan. I? here tat SO below which ii the 'coldeat map jet" during Ihe preMttt uoprf Mild win- ter. Only twenty. other poinU in the Weal as offleialiy ahow tem- below aero tort night FREIGHT BURNIO Cwek, Colo. Jan. of into: city jMpivtd a E. aliaa Bar- ry ONfcard, wrHun jwfeon" at Iw awaiting trial for mmrder of former governor Stuen 'which'he baa Or- 'the principal witness at ttau trials of William Bey wood. Mcretary treasurer of Western JWtorition of Milters, and A. marober of its EXtt the charge of complicity :lii jthe 'ftteuenbcrgmurder, j I have told the truth made a ot my and wouVd not go back OK one thing if by AO doing I could tttro my lite and my liberty. I know that been released from ffwfcter than those that bind inc. I do not fwl kindly to those of. ,ydu who seem to what I have done to bring many of dark to light, I foci that society would be in a better position to protect sclvcs and'even, though the real men responsibly go free, perhaps done much good, I know I, have Humboldt, Ian. here by the C. X. It. were burned to the with all jetterday IOM fr about elfht thooMad. CAPE COLONY ELECTIONS London, Eng., Jan. of the Cape-lefialatire council elec- tions BO far South 'Africa party, eleven; and one independent. neauHed in, their, acquittals, got a clear coosctccco now I letter in pan to up well aa I Tory times, once 1 that know you look up to my God and say 11 have all the earthljr restitution, wthia my MAYOR WAS ON THE FENCE mmf Jh WoukTnt Guess tie Winner in Medicine Hat Con- stituency Mayor Henderson, when, in Calgary last' week, was interviewed by the as follows: i var-. who has been in the city for a couple of days, returned home on. the south train yesterday evening. Mr. Hender- son, has been, a resident of Lethbridge since 1833, in which year he built tne first building- in "Coaldale" for the Gait Coal company. He has always been closely identified with the pro- gress of the city and a member of the first town council in 1392, when the town was incorporated, since which he has serred four years at the 'council board. .At the last election he was elected mayor of the city. When asked as to business condi? in the south, Mr.Henderson said that he never saw business better in Lethbridge. The city is always'assur- ed o? a lazge payroll each month from the coal mines and" the railway and the crops of the past season in the surrounding districts haTe_add- ed to Ihe prosperity of the city. The starting up of so many towns southern Alberta has made Leth- 'CONTRACT FOR Q. T. P. TO BUILD JAW MILL i Wnfc dpi it Will Sdit fc TWO MILLION FOR SEED MILLION FOR SEED Ottawa by. Way tf To be Lmed to festen fmtcu BY THE DOMINION (WtMent Winnipeg Jan. New York received here this morning that the Ottawa government to apart I (our million dollars for the purchase ot teed grain (or Alberta and Baa katchewan, SETTLER FOUND DEAD ADAMSON BLAMES EVERY- j ON THE GlttL a C1 Humfeoldt, Schuster, a 8ask., settler PrtM.) Jan. J of the this (WMttrn Prtts.) New York, Jan.. jSngineer- ingJRecord published here has a dis- patch from Edmonton stating Jvthat Foley Bros, and Larson, of Winnipeg, have been awarded by the Grand Trunk Pacific, contract for the con- struction of a hundred and twenty miles of line from, afc miles east of Edmonton to Wolf Creek at figures running between and or between fire and six millions for its contract. AMERICAN TO JUDGE (Western Ottawa, Jan. Horatio been profeaor of music 1894, has accepted Earl Grey's invita- tion of judging musical in connection. with_Earl Grey's tro- phy. Sir Squire Bancroft, -of London, who had accepted the Governor Gen- eral's invitation to judge dramatic section, cannot come to Ottawa owing to the" illness of Lady Bancroft. Fif- teen entries have" been received. (Fronv Daily) H. L. Charles, of take, diraitor for Wirtortoii Oil, Land and is "to the city investigating aa to" the advisability of erecting a saw mill on the river bottom just below the city. This is Mr. Charles' first visit -to the city and he expressed himself as being very favorably impressed with the climate, conditions, and proepects our proving. In his opinion there is decidedly a sufficient, field to warrant the of the mill. At present -the Company's mills are in the mountains but when the proposed mill is ready for operation tha logs will be floated dowa -ttia River and saim vMr. "Charles saM that tbe .company have a supply of -timber and h'e thought this difstrfet would re- quire the entire outnuV of the %toilK Worfa-will be commenced in spring and mjpl will be-In oper- ation next falJ. Ottawa. Jan. stage in the reached today at a meeting to diacuw the financial phase of the supply for western held in tbe finance minister's office, -Those present were Fielding and F. Oliver, J. A. Calder, W. R. Motkerwell, and -this deputy for Alberta, George Harcourt. amount 'Is -not known-but it ia-not, likely to exceed million. The 'proposal that tha Dominion' snail-male ,a ttaui to the provinces taking bonds .ofxthe for security. i.Thli is done, be- cause tho Domimonrscmn ,lwrrqw _ at lower rates The wilt sums for seed ttttA taking first -the- farmer's land. Tlila "will those in? close touch ib see -that' the distribution IB confined north here was found dead on trail three miles from town yesterday morning. He nralldng home and b'ing the worse for liquor, died from exposur only to those prevent abuse. Jt and to CARDINAL bridge the distributing, point for large territory. When asked as to the political sit- uation in the Medicine Hat constit- uency, Mr. Henderson was very reti- cent ai to the prospects. Bpth candi- are good men and are the Mtrongeat that the two parties could have aelected. a new constituency and as 'jet haa not been thoroughly sized up, may., be anyone's election. Mr. Magrath is an old timer and has been closely with alraoet every movement for the progress south- ST. MARY'S BRIDGE WAS BURNED An Eminent Prelate of Roman Catholic Church (Wtsttrn AscaciatU Paris, Jan. Richard, archbishop of Paris, who -has .been in poor health since his practice! ejection from tie pal- ace, died-today. He was one of the most eminent prelates in the Catholic church. A GREAT ADVANCE IN PUBUC SCHOOL duiics F. RMS Oaijd iritk HNSCL brekkuf -f (From Monday's Daily.) At the' opening Supreme Court ait- morning Charles F. was ..arraigned on two charges of Aouse-breakinpT and theft of certain chattels from Antonio Urban and Ho bert Niaismith on the 17th inst. Pri- soner pleaded guilty on both charges and asked leniency on his prev- ious record. He stated that, he had como from, the State of' Maine, where his mother is stiJl living and whom' he is supporting'. He had worked .on Man Charged Guilty but Cla Girl Made -Him Her {From John Stewart Adamson, charged with bigamy, was arraigned in Bn-preme court this "morning' -and pleaded guilty. appeared that accused who is '38 years old, was mar tied in" 1337 in England. Hig wife is still living in England "with five children the of the Accused had been a foreman for years before coming to' Canada: In regard to his second marriage here he said that Sarah Milling had keeping company with a man named Wilson. They had quarrelled, and Miss Milling had come one night to see him at the round house, and asked him to accompany 'lier lome. He did so and about a ater she told him that she was in trouble and he would havt to Dai'y) s, ic-r, or she would have M m jmrilal. She was ira, trouble before" but Jkil Jvt the fellow but she let him do so. Adamson, thinking the matter., over, deciM the -easiest way-out" of the 4iJa-'culty-waa to marry, Miss leave -the According plans to go went through the form 'of aTmarriife with Miss Milling. Accused that Miss Milling kneir a-_mafc: and" had va" vve children in the- old, country. HIT prisoner shed 'tears room., and "seems to realise, his 'poii-Jion very keenly, ..and ,to be iwrryiiiir-bis conduct. He was reminded 'il 3 o'clock thia afternoon SCHOOL BOARD MEETS An Application for Salary Dr. Tory's Coming Visit The School Board Held Its regular monthly .meeting last night with J. MROOUCK ON THE STAND T. P. construction gang, then Fketwood, chairman, G. H. John in the woods at Carstairs "for a and Galbraith present. month after which h> came to Cul- gary. At the latter place he had been ptvan a month, for vagrancy and The chairman gave-a the. School Trustees Coaivention at Cal- Indicated by Principal Kam- Oton's Report to Board of Education (From rrincipaL'-Jlanrilton his (From Monday's Daily.) P. It. westbound traffic is all topsy turvy on account of the big bridge over the St. Mary's riv er being put out of use yesterday.'In some way Ore destroyed nine benches of the bridge and it will be at. least era Alberta and will poll a strong Mr. Simmons has., since his election to the provincial legislature, made Wednesday before traffic is resumed between hero and Macfeod. trains for the present arc com- pelled to go around by way of Cal- gary- Men fefrd work putting the bridge in CATTLE NEED WATER Stirling, Jan. on the range are suffering greatly for water. A snow-storm would relieve the sit- uation and make the cattlemen smile. himself very popular, especially in the city of Lethbridge and besides -getting the party vote will doubtless get a large vote among the new voters THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ESTABUSHCD Paid-up Capital, Total Assets, OFFICE, TOHOWTO B. WAJUDB, IrTMUtat AWL LAOtD. QMMMI Mcaager Hiacket throidwit Ctntft, aid in the United states tod A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING Krery facility afforded Farmers for their 1 Salaa cashed or takeu for collection BANKING BY may he made or withdrawn by Gui-of-iuwn MCCOUIIW receive.every aticuciuo 86 TABER TOPICS Taber, Jan. weather ruled today and the Burns anniver- sary sporta were a decided success. Two football matches were played. Woodpecker defeated Taber Beauty Club by one goal (a penalty) to none; and Taber Mine Club made a point- less draw with Eeliance. Unfortunately darkness crowded out the baseball match for which I was very sorry and-must have been very annoying for the -boys who were all ready in their uniforms to play. The pipers' band (four pipers and the drums) were in attendance, at the field and played several selections, rhich were greatly .appreciated. BRANCHES AJLBKRTA Cl AKKSIIOI..V. Kv; HI- IV.' i LfiTHHKtDGE MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT STATELY PlWCHER CREEK VEvIRKV'll.LE VERMILION LETHBRIDOE BRANCf- c. o. k. NOURSK. MANAOEK PAY r Look at the label and remit the amount due on subscription. Our subscribers in the United States shoujd keep in mind that we have to pay postage on their papers now and are not charging extra for the paMr. iindly forward ar- rears an'd oblige. Hsral. Printing to, the school board as follower- Enroll- ing list yijar, Tho av- for-the month wax Foe the oorcvpottding Ewrath laset the ftvecum Tells About the Will Drawi in Her Favor by the Late Jas. Kejres t (From" Tuesday's Daily) j- At the sittings of the Court afternoon tbe cross- examicatioa of Victor gary, and spoke of the hoepitalify. he was out of work, and1 could not and kiixlneis extended to the v siting get work. When he was liberated he trustees byTthV Ibjftjgary Boird. While went to Medicine Hat and then Calgary be interview with Lethbridge." During the past summer Tory-who ,wilf ]Lethbridge atcusod said he had sent about in the interests of Provin- home to Ins mother. wan _-- _ rlrunk when he broke into Urban and! The reports of the Secretary-Trca- jcrable evideooo was houses and stole tbe "the Auditor and show the, condition physical'a goodsr Prisoner was remanded for i were received flkdJ" sentence until twp o'clock" this- after- JT Df- noon, to allow Mr. to absence" for rthree r- the prisoner's itfcdrd, j A motion that delegates to the and tetters from mother, Scliool Trustees Convention receive (was going1 to die. now'm 'the possession of the E. K. the of the Board for their at-'- frieuus to go W. IT, Police, and report and that their ;Bouck's to get him awajr 'from 6.00 Jaa. Ashcroft Press 1.50 Wm. Oliver AlberU Railway 4 Irrigation 30.25 Hide A Wakely J. D. Higinbotham Co....... 3.40 Herald Printing 3.45 City of Lothbrklgo 3.36 Howard Case A Cc, his principals. George McLean ttutt' he had sotii Ke.ves frequently, "land-- had advised tarn' to leave' liquor alone or he wouW kilt himself: 'IQjyes had said that if TJC died all 'his wouW go to ifrsr. Boudc: In croite-, examination by 3Tr. Harris 'it caine out that the Jlbira 'had inter- viewed him in fVtoruary information regarding had also talked with' 'Victor Guire concerning: Keyes, and" in eadt cose had kept a memorahaum conversation. Several incidents anrt convcrsntions that the witness turf _ v-ith Keyes 'and evidence'of J. Johnston 9.00 j mcfttal condition, similar to 'that City .20 15. J. Hill Co.........'......1 6.50 The 24-.18 L. H. Fowler Co. 3.50 Southern Alberta News......... fl.OO TWO YEARS FOR ROSS Mas [Chrged WHh Gees mon-t to Lttka over the administration ha.rsh or of >thcfie institutions. at the Prevcn- tics wilt .prevent rneXimonia, liron- EMPRESS'3 MOTHER DEAD Tokio, Jan. Shoin Tchngo, chitia, La etc. Hence tht Prc-njntica. Good for feverish children. Prcvcnticr 25 mother of the Japanese cmpreaa is. sold tor's cts dead at 80 years of Age. all At the opening of the Supreme 'ourt this morning Charles F. Ross called on for "sentence. His ordship told the prisoner that ho ad read the letter from the mother f the accused, and so far from bear- ng out the prisoner's statement that e. had sent money to his mother, it ppearcd that his mother had been ending money to him. Prisoner was accordingly given years in Ed- monton penitentiary. en by previous At the request of Judge Beck Estella Bouck was next called it v-itncss. She stated that she came from South Mountain in County, Ontario, about nine from tho home 'of' James Keyes. Stse had got Koycs will just before tbe latter went away in. December, on A. trip_ '..lie Coast. ,IIe died about two tnseks after his "return PG.VS will in his owti house, and she kept it tinttt ahcr Kcycs' death. To His Lordship wrtncss slated that Mr.'B6ue4c krujw Kcj-cs in the oast .and-'had brought, him up to their place. Kcjw afterwards came up frequernly on Sundays and OVftr lift WMS fltf.k1. {raw horse and'rig "that he'Valued.-at, In April. 1006, hte i-eason .that MOUNT ROYAL PASSENGERS St. John, N, B., Jan. steamer Montreal with the passengers from the Mount Roynl arrived today four daya overdue. It had a ro.ugh knew witness fond of horwss- Mr. Bouclc was prosc'ot when Keyas was sober at that tinic." Kayos had been at house abaut tiro at the -Limo'hc the win in her fnvor. He remained there, tor a xvcok after making, -will. TTwit S tho first -time he 'had. been at witness' hoitftt'when he had been on a sproc nnd ho was thnrc times afterwards when ho had drinking. ;