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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. II. Lethbridge Daily Herald HOLD-UP MEN ARE NEAR CALGARY EAST INDIANS HAVE A LETHBR.DGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JULY 1909. CULT OF MURDER -ia hazardous hanged more or less promptly, but the mischief will he and Dr. Lalaca, which have start- led London. At Least Police are Working On Such base of-operation! 'from "the a Clue. The Indian anarchists have chang- d their base of-operations from the historic peninsula to the -capital o [the Empire. One of their leaders who has been educated at Oxford and r-'-- AH T, habituated to English Alta, July 3.-The Calgary manners, has formed training school police are now working on a clue Ur assassins and proved Hhich ias expected to lead up to the with a manual of murder in the !S the -PK- a Periodical. He has C St the Cult of C., a little over a week ago. in letters to "The as well as Early yesterday, word was received" in the Sociologist which that two men answering the descripJ been Panted at a London address af tio tion of two of the train robbers were j trtou6h he himself has found it pru approaching Calgary- from Morley and dent to De a retreat at Paris. London has not been so stirred bv any event of this kind since the i Pnoenix Park mnrders. The police, are vigilant in watching what goes j on here in the BaySwaier quarters now, where the Indian students live but this belated, activity, the pondeni says, will not counteract the THREE DEATHS IN WIND STORM .NO. 171. ENRAGED BUFFALO LIFTED Carievale District In Saskatchewan Suf- fers Severely Carievale, .Sask., July severe storm passed over this district last I-t "Was of force just bein taking every precaution against) Sir Curzeon Wyllie, after his pro- reserva sus I The Indians on the Morley j tion were the first to notice the" picious movements of the men wh went into hiding every tiame tha j anyone went in their direction. j One of the men is described as tal and with red complexion and -wear j ing a Stetson hat. This description J fits that of one of the robbers which was wired in from Field and on which two arrests were made here two days S ago. The other man is considerably short- I er than his companion and appears i to be very much fatigued. Both men I are armed, the small man havin j single barrel shotgun and tbe tall a" large rifle. Although the police were out all night and the greater part of the day, no arrests had been reported up to an early hour this morniang. The police expesct that the arrects ow police expect that the arrests, if ony will be made at night as the men appear to be keeping under cover by day, and travelling at night. A strict TOtch is being kept on all the ifc-ight and passenger trains approach- ing the city and detachments of mounted police are patrolling the country in the vicinity of where the men were last seen. a man tracted service in India, was employ- ed by Lord Mor% to counteract these pernicious influences and to attempt to bring the large body of Indian stu- dents to a saner state of mind res- pecting the relations between Eng- and the subject races in the indifference and apathy with which they have regarded the sys- tematic instigation to murder by the anarchist editor or writer, as an ac- cessory before the fact wquld be more useful than the trial, conviction and execution of any murderer who s more or less of a lunatic but that' of Wm' Hackett who lives 15 T_ j t s what is never attempted, whether an American president or a humane Indian administrator is foully mur- UP THE MAN AND THE HORSE One of the most thrilling of the en-I the ground and half counters the cowboys had in round- Puling them, bore thejn acrts tne corral for a distance of 300 yards ing up the buffal0 in Montana oc- curred last Saturday at Ronan, where With almost death the animals were crated for hlm in face, Decker at- Decker, one of the most expert riders 'as the hero of the ad- AVERAGEWAS EIGHT PER ACRE it were futjle. White the other riders were unable to lend their and des- was done. The were dered. land rient. MACLEOD LAND SOLD WELL Macleod, Alta., July 3.-The auc- of school lands held here by Commissioner W. K Ingra- ham, of Winnipeg, was highly was in the centre of the storm and was completely demolish- ed, as was also his stable. One child. two years old, Hackett was him as a warning that their own cult of murder must not be nterferred with. The student who killed him and his Parsee compan- district were sold for age price of over twelve dollars acre. Tha lowest price and a. .brother leg broken. Ur. with slight bruises. was killed. Mts. bruised and a escaped Decker and his brother, who employed as expert riders to corral the bison and aid in leading them into cages, in which they are being -hauled from Ronan to the railroad cars at lEavalli were endeavoring to drive stumbled and the gored horse and his rider were hurled from the horns of the beast into Price Paid at School Land Sale at Pincher. The the, unruly bison from the corral into shakin se never moved from where fell, but Decker, fortunately, thrown beyond the ?nimal and aside from a few bruises and was (Special to The Herald) Piacher Creek, July o.-One of our most P0pular dtizens k the of Dr. J. j. Gillespie returned to town last week after y absence, the waiting cages, when the herd goaded to madness by the efforts of the drivers to force them into the gash in her head required stitch- J wagons, rebelled and stampeded. One A baby was severely bruised, i monarch of the herd Decker had been trying to' through the loading chute, "y, lowered his massive head blind fury charged toward the up escaped unhurt. Un- Wille, Oat w o severe [bride (aee Miss J. E. Millar) of twenty Hackett daunted by his narrow escape Decker] mounted another 'horse and assisted bis brother and the other, drivers to torce the unruly beast into a wagon cage m which he was safely trans- Sask., July 2.-RePOrts to at Ba- Decker's .horse, which was the pro- perty of Michael Pablo, former owner an aver an seven e the conspiracy for making jers. were farm- A big crowd attended. fall a victim to the horns of the BRUTAL MURDER IN SASKATCHEWAN Eegina, Sask., July atrocious murder was commit- ted near Wadena, Sask., ac- cording to a meagre report which reached the Eoya! .-If.. W. M. Police, according to the story a foreign settler murder- ed his wife literally cutting her to pieces. BILLY DEYL'S SON HIT Edmonton, July a thunder- n? 1 4 O-L U. C-JJfcr 01 last nights wind and rain storm nder. Travelling with the speed of of the T, have been coming in todav and tell' the wind almost the bean bore rfoufi and his tales of WOP rm i e doun finest animals, wae T____ wues oi woe, suffering and devasta- on Decker's horse. The rider was tion. Three deaths have occurred, i able to swing his steed -1- several others were so seriously in- i beast's of and a score of people more or less horns. injured in the French settlement j strength almost beyond belief, the farm buildings were totally wrecked somewhat by to his prepar- -up commenc- two days before charged ,by a buffalo and so badly injured that it died, but in this case there was no rider' parture the doctor had been ing the cage, before goinc the bird. The weather on Dominion Day all that could be desired, and every- in the way of sports passed off good style. The iong talked of Marathon eleven miie race took m the forenoon, six competitors namely Messrs. Dean, Green Upton and Cox. Dean woa first prize medal and suit of clothes second, winning a gold took hat. The race brought most of the men to the finishing- post a breathless played at the foot of MacDougall storm here at six o'clock tonight light-1 Raymond rung struck a pole on the hill at the foot of MacDougall Ave., splinterian-' it_to pieces and also knocking uncon" scious a man and boy who were com ing up the hill at the time. The man is unknown but the boy is the son of W. A. Deyl, chief licens together with stock, sufferers being the Hackett and Alberta. se inspector of LETHBRIDGE IN 1910 C. F. P. Conybeare, has re- turned from attending the Grand T-odge of the of Pythias at Edmonton. It was decided to hold next convention in REFEREE STOPPED BOXING MATCH Contest at Cardston Was Too Much in Earnest Cardston, July Dominion Day celebration in this .town was good. The flag was raised at 5 a. m. The Cardston Military Bfind com- menced playing at 6. Saluting from the guns was heard from the first ap- pearance of daylight. At 10 o'clock patriotic services were held in the Cardston Assembly Hall. The principal numbers were, music by the band; invocation, by the chap- lain; address, by the mayor, J. T. Brown ;pioneer story, Mr. Josiah Ham mer; quartette, Young Ladies Glee rClub; oration, 'Mr. D. S. Beach; reci- tation, Mr. Sterling Williams; song, school children; address, Mrs. Zina Y. Card; closing, "God Save the POISON IN PINK LEMONADE Edmonton, Alta.', July Tidsbury of the city police force had a narrow escape from fatal poisoning at the fair grounds on Wednesday" af- ternoon as the result of s. pink lemon- ade, sold at one of the booths. A POLITICALCAMPAIGN REAL ESTATE TRANSFER It is learned on good authority that tbe lots belonging to E. A Cunningham on Ford street corner o Smith and opposite the new fire hall have been disposed of to Mr. J. Don- nan. The amount paid for the pro- perty has not been nrnde known yet. Mr. Donnan contemplates the erec- tion of four stores on the property THE LATE MR. THOMPSON'S ESTATE The esiate of the late Wil- Ham Lewis Thompson, of Spring Coulee, according to the will had a net value of IN ALBERTA'S LAST WEST MAN MURDERS WIFE NEAR STETTLER Incidents Of the Contest In Peace River People Unanimous J. K. Cornwall's Return To Legislature 093. In addition there was some life insurance. WILL BUILD PARSONAGE FAt a meeting of the trustee board of the Westminster church last night it was decided to call for tenders for the erection Of a parsonage on the ffrounds at once. The board X-UF .have in mind an eight-roomed, two- j storey building. Contractors can ob- John Herron, M.P., made the presen- tation of prizes at the Athletic park to the baseball match of th. Chicago Bloomers and the home team m the evening. The horse races "were verv largely attended and considerable' betlj -done on the various heats.. The most interesting races were possibly he squaw bQys> rhe names of the horses on tho were Ivanhoe, Queea Edmonton, July i.-james K. Corn wall, member elect for Peace River and James A. McKinnon, the aeent appointed by the government to con duct the bye-election in that constit- uency, and Albert Tate, who accom- the former, returned to the evening The boxing contest was stopped by I referee last night s p n; -ir.-.l- I were too inuch in earnest. It is un- f derstood that another match will be I pulled off tonight. In the afternoon the Cardston base- s ball team played the team from Ray- [mond, the boys from Raymond winn- by a score of 14 to 4. The A. R. I. train very kindly waited until the match was played and took the Raymondites home, leaving Cardston One Of Most Brutal Deeds Committed In Alberta July yesterday and last night, detachments of the Mounted Police were scouring the trails to arrest Anton Walvirch, ac- f north. It w exactly six weeks since they left Edmonton, and in that time Mi Corn wall and Mr. Tate travelled mil- es and Mr. McKinnon over the (latter having taken the tri'j from ['Peace Eiver" down 'The eighty Peace river to Fort Vermilion miles north from the in addition to the territory Mr Corjjxvall in his campaign included Dunvegan, Spirit River and Grand Prairie. undergone complete change, and was when Mr.'Cornwall went north he everywhere received with open arm tbe reports from clothing was burned and the nonh flrc al] of same tenor- blackened with powder. j wanted Cornwall. The little girl became panic strick- fiays b''forf nomination was a en ii- en at tho sight of the rioad woman, jT; A" Brick.- ex-member and rushed to the nearest neighbor j no had his car to (ho with the news. The .neighbors and heard the disturbance, and the Mounted Police, who immcd- withdrew. enthusiastic if demonstrative. Twice Rejected, Now Favorite The north country has pinned faith to Cornwall. The new member ASSESSMENT APPEALS i HEARD Reductions Allowed In Few crease In a Case country by reason of their close as-jnew Iock at the entrance to the U sociation with the natives. Mr Brick I Cxaildra where fifty men was brought up at the Crossing in a trench sixty feet the laying of Without warnin father, the Lite Eev. Brick be-IfCpariDg f ing in charge of the English mission I there. Mr. Cornwall was a fur trader! >J tlmbers way, m the country for ton years, and al- structure collapsed and though disposing of his business n -thousands of tons .f which he conducted in partnership' U'Iway ]ines' many -ars with W. P. Brodin. who is a cranos- date in the bye-election in Athabas-' mcn at th'e bottom ca. to Rc-villon Ferris, f.lifpp nr> chance to psran J Jlf those working nearest Concrete onilre trench The celebration on the firsfc a big dance in Hltf- and greatly ton's hall, at which the (beauty of Pincher Creek m evidence. The orchestra ior the occasion supplied best of music. Supper was gether the day's country. never lost his in tbr- The Country's Gcspcf -----O i 1 f were uninjured. Of the u, the trench, have b-n counted for. Tho T? of iately took up the chase. O'urt of Revision jry labors un night. Tiie sniont of the Pioneer Lumber C personal property raised fr killing of Mrs. Lewis James, who ps murdered at Winnipeg on April pud, wn.s adjudged insane ami was Committed to Selkirk Asylum. Mr .Cornwall TTRS defeated twice "in Peace River; first by Lucien 4 H. Barf- running through and a soft hat. He of speaks English with an accent. j sequently being voided )f the writ of in the bye-election by T. T V Dii-jleett, to W. A. Buchanan, brought to a pleasurabl. w "o me sale of ands on Friday are all of to surpass those of An Interesting Point of Law n? Point of law dr- oy Justice DLUfS i I d J tlit! Cfl 0 vs. wall Tlie people oi tlio north c.inirrv -irr-u-iti, r serious minded. They havo.S 8timilhnte1 timism which is the ul C _passed down tojasRooney and chnractf-ristic of thr preclominn ting I thorn, but the of touched Tf. is their to let the rest of tho world know what kind of a country tlioy live falls o; persons had The law The judge decided iad no wagon, the exempt as the term dead is given, it is known that Walvirch They i uutiu or m. injured and it was believed that thero had boen drinking shooting occurred. on the day the Lnmb 'npportett of the pro-' will be sixteen bodies confirmed. _ There-arr as many! wreck oppositionists thonre as white Collars sometimes a day, a wook, a month The IT them. But the. politics of tho is first of all, Peace'River. undor the Senate adopted tho Cor- 3 the tar- do as he liked with them giv- ing a chattel mortgage on them he gave no undue preference to Hopkins as alleged by the plaintiff. p judgment was given therefore of the defendant, Hopkins. r plaintiff, L. M. John- ;