Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOt i. LETHAMIUOf, ..TUESDAY, JULY 7, IMI 140. 174 A KILLED AT COWLEY Jack" Wu the Vie- ta if a Tried To Corner Oats But Lwi Cowley, July fatal accident occurred at the Baillie ranch on the North Fork on Friday night last which resulted in the death of "Sail- or Jack." He was Tiding a high lifcd horse which stampeded with him and ran. into the corral fence, breaking the rider's ribs.and shoulder and ilicting internal injuries.. The ser- viqes of a doctor were immediately secured but his injuries .were so "se- vere that it was thought best to send him to the hospital. However, he expired on the way'tb Cowley on Sat- urday where he was brought by Charles Martin" and Wallace Owen. His remains lay in 'Robinson's under- taking Sunday and were conveyed to on Monday. He was about fifty years of age, an while universally. known ,as "Sailor, his right riame'was Arthur Garrod. He was much liked and respected and his sudden taking off is much re- gretted by all who: knew him. July P. a well hero, attemp to corner all rojecUxl oati in tike He held about one aimd half buaheli. Two local cleva- torg who had to make large deliver- yesterday put their head together and manufactured a large quantity of rejected oat a by mixing with other grains. Theae oats were yesterday and as a result Graves lieen unsucietigful in his venture. It is given out that has lost one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in tbe venture. DO) NOT ADMIRAL'S ORDER A BIG LADDER SeriMs Ckarft LirJ feresferi if the Hwy tfce fire Eppaeit Rcface Fire Rates faker HOW IS THIS THUS? The scale on. :which 'the District Exhibit award ,was made gary fair, is interesting. One of the strong points .of the Lethbridge and at- tracted attention from the American visitor, was our. display of alfalfa. There appears apparently .no place on tftss'cale of points for alfalfa, and presumably, if: the judges were- local Calgary men they did not know it when they saw.it, for in .spite, of the fact that the .Calgary Herald claims the, mjthe.C.algary dis- trict, it is; in. ;tlie Lethbridge district only, where the raising of alfalfa has been successfully conducted and .the ignorance of their local men may therefore be excusable. ;The City Is to have, a new hock and ladder truck, one ;that will ex- tend a ladder that will reach itorey buildings. This was tlw cision of the council ;tast night irV discussing the report of the Fire, Wa- ter andHLight committee. Mayor Henderson wanted the getting of the new appHratus Cunningham .was to Oe- lay nisi'" "that the present laU- dcr is not long enough to reach the third storeys of buildings. It a question of' Ijife as well as a reduc- tion of insurance rates. Aid. Ives thought that hay ing-decided to fol- low :a plan it should be -followed .The ladder is and should be-purcto ased so as to have it as soon .is the hall is ready to recoive it. r Aid, Cun ningham reiterated that it would mean a "reduction of insurance ratos. The point of having another team to run it was raised but not discussed. Tho report of the Fire. Water and Ught committee recommending its purchase was adopted. rrhis report alsp recommemled r the. placing of twelve Quungston street lights in ad- proVided for. London, July Times-thia morning publishes a statement to the effect that during the recent manoeuv- res of the channel 'flwt Admiral Lord Beresford gave the signal for an ev- olution, which if obeyed would have brought the cruisers Argilles -and Good Hope into collision. Sir Percy Scott, however, on board the. Good Hope, doubted the accuracy of the signal and refrained from obeying it. The story is alluded to by other Lon don newspapers, but it is not verified and appears to be a part of the cam- paign against Lord Beresford arising out of his feud with Sir Percy Scott. Montreal, Frederick A. Fielding of Saa Antonio Tex., whuse baloon the Chicago to ec ekn race, fell Shefiord, ljue this aftenuXNi, IkM ai rived in Mon- treal. When Mr. Fielding atul his companion, Capt. Honeywell, luntJcd Sunday ftbout jjve o'cl-ick, nigmg ami the lauding was uuule'vith much. diAkul- ty. like balooo tore itself loose the car arid Dr. Field-. ing their success to the fact that they Lake ALichigau at a high then -.dion near; the tower Lake Outurio, they got rid of lot of oalla.-a iaid again roM to feet. Suf- fering cold, they were finally forced lo laud on Sun- day afternoon tM1' become, exhausted with the exception of ten bags and the'uncvcn air stratus were carrying too high. Dr. Fielding left lot, Chicago tonight. PRIKT STREET NAMES IN WA1XS A Prtptsal Tbt the -i AJopld ALFALFA AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, July may be im- ;ers Or Union ,A union Workers on Structural Iron bridge, has been organized with membership thirty-five. Uie work is in fill swing it ig expected that the member- ship of the union be between one portarit hews to the agriculturists of hundred and fifty, 'and two hundred Western Canada to know that alfalfa a species of clover. grown principally in California, has been successfully raised in Winnipeg by John Baird, proprietor of the Seymour House, on his farm, Notre Daine avenue west, which is within the city limits. Found Daughter After 14 Years Bank Officials Say Guilty? To Meet Mr. Gait About the Square The question of the ownership of ho public square is to be settled, fho council wrote P. L. Naismith .bout the matter and last night, ill Is the council, Mr, Nai- rnith .stated that E. T. Gait, pres- dent of the A. II. I. Co. would isit Jx'thbridgu in September and would discuss the matter with them hen. The council asked the special ommittce appointed some time ago o see about it, to meet Mr. Gait and o go over the matter with him. At the council meeting last night Aid. Cunningham brought up the mat ter of naming and numbering the streets. It should be done before the sidewalks are named so that the names or numbers could be marked on the sidewalks. The Mayor doubt- eded whether succeeding councils would, allow the numbers to remain. He favored the numbering system but he doubted whether the-council could change the names or not. Aid. Cun- ningham suggested that both names and numbers could be used. Aid. Macbeth expressed a preference for numbers for the streets if no compli- cations would follow. Whether num- bers or names should be used was Veft in abeyance until the solicitor is consulted. A motion was passed, irig the city .engineer to arrange that the names of the streets be placed in the new, cement walks according to the usual custom. After all the discussions had indulged in. it was ".later noticed that the. specifications called for the to be put in the with colored cement. ENTERTAINED IN THE PASS CLOSE GAME AT HAT The Maple Creek lacrosse club jour- neyed to Medicine Hat tackled the senior team of that" city The result is very creditable to the visitors as the strong home team de- feated them by onlyr the score being 6-5. j. v PAYS DAMAGES (ThV city of Edmonton will have to" pay damages and court costs'to the Syndicate of Water Street property owners -for damages to their property in cutting; down ,trees -to open a street through private proper- Detroit, Mich.-, July After sear- ching- for 14 years, "Mrs. R. Campbell formerly a resident of London, has succeeded in finding her daughter from whom' she was separated many years ;'ngo. Left a widow with two small .children, she placed them in an later, when -she had" -remarried', sought to recover the children ihe institution, .according to its rules refused to -give the names .oC the peo- ple who adopted She has TIOW discovered that her daughter is Mrs. Wm. F. Thompson of Rouleau, Sask., and she will -leave July 21 to join her. St. John, jjuly "Roy, L'Heur and Beaudin, president, general manager and assistant'gener- al manager respectively of Bank "de St. Jean, this, morning pleaded not guilty to the charfe of having made false returns Ito-Ttho Government. President Roy at the opening of court declared that he was. not being fair- he reserved the privilege of being his own-lawyer and did not warfikjto be condemned without haying something to say in his own behalf, also; cliarged that Magistrate "Crown 'prosecutor fliboard werftoo -mtiint The "accused- were trial at the Court of the King's BencY October on charges of fesning false reports ij> the Governmenl 'and conspiracy to defraud -shareholders and depositors. Of CITY PUB TO FAIR WAGE h tW brineis Let Fir Walts Spkaie Eicvsmbts Visited Hues at Lille, Frank, crest aid Cdewn (Special to the Herald.) Frank, July train carrying the Spokane Chamber of Commerce visitors which left Calgary yesterday arrived at Frank this morning. A special train with an observation cai provided by the Grassy Mountain railway was. in waiting to convey them to Lille with several of the officials Several conveyances were providec by C. P. Hill, of Hillcrcst mine and part of the visitors were driver through the riide road to Hillcres mine. All returned to Frank am boarded the train in waiting and lef for Coleman where they will be en tertained .by the Coleman board o inicle at 1 p.m. A deputation o Frank citizens met the -visitors a Frank station and showed then around the town and Frank coa mine. Yesterday. D. J. Whitney sent from his larriT additional 'exhibits to ber added, to the., city exhibit the Dominion Fair, One was a branch of an apple 'tree with a dozen beautiful apples it; .The branch he cut from a tree" hi. his orcKirrd. He stint a Justice of the Eighty persons succumbed to the heat in Montreal last week. A LOCAL BUDGET Joshua Lo Bow island, hiis -been gazetted Peace. Elmo Frascr wont to Calgary this afternoon having been chosen referee of the Medicine Hat-Calgary lacrosse game to played tomorrow after- noon. Arthur Darnslcj% .T. Lctbbriclgc, A. F. Werts, L- ond" .T. Johnston, r.vVkr.. appointed commissioners affidavits. Alvin Ripley advertised a house to rent in yesterday's IlernUI. He stoop ed the ncl. this morning. Ttcason, he eentetl having been with applicants. The exhibit 'took fourteenth place in the prize list at Calgary There were nine other exhibits filling' posi- tions in the list below, this city. Yesterday afternoon the death took placo of the two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. IfcCracken, Red- path St. The little fellow died of pneumonia contracted from measles. Mrs. McGrackcn and the family have out from Belfast, Ireland, only a few weeks. The funeral took place this afternoon to the public cemetery. TOWNS IN THE PASS WELCOME SPOKANITES Fire r the New School _ that was loaded to-full Capacity with as .large 'as .'ordinary goose- berries. A third was some red clover, _ three feet with blos- soms. A practical exhi- bits like the'se will convince the visi- tors that- the .district pro- duces fruits and Jother- agricultural products to perfection, WILL SAVE TIME' Ottawa, July Wm. Pugs ley presented the report of'-the en- gineers of 'the Montreal, Ottawa and Georgian Bay Canal''to the House of Coriimohs. The engineers state that the71 rthe" existing routes will be between one "and two days. FATAL ACCIDENT Robert Smith, watchman on the Grand Tmnk Pacific at Miniota, Man., met a 'fatal accident on a bridge near Miniota.- He went ahead of the train, slipped and fell on the Roscoc Lejrpy, aged 5, was drowned j bridge and the engine passed over at Rockport, near Kingston. him. It was almost by chance that the workiiigman's interests were safe- guarded in the contracts for the Lo- al improvements to be done in the city this summer. When the cement sidewalk contract was read at the council last uight Aid. Ivee.noticed hat there was no fair wage-clause nserted- The Mayor said that it ought to be n as he had so instructed 'the engin- eer but upon investigation it was ound that the clause was not in the contract. Secretary Robinson said that the cuginec-r and the city solicitor in drawing up the contract had'discuss- ed tho matter but had "decided to leave it out. Aid. Ives declared, "I do not think we ought to let that go. We have had one rotten affair like that in the cement work on the bridge. That did not come under the Lem: ieux Act and as a result men 'we're forced work for a day be- cause they had to have work. The city's wOrk would not come under the Act either so the city should protect the wage earner." The Mayor "What is to prevent the bringing in a bunch of foreigners to work on the job? The clause should be in." V Aid. Adams, workingmaa is the man who has to bear the brunt in .every game .and he should, be pro: _ Aid. Watson, "Is there any .way ,of Gliding out what he intends .to pay? He should be compelled to pay a fair wage." will probably bring in his own gang of inen. Ail he7 needs is-about thirty or will perhaps require a number of lo- cal well." Aid Cunningham, "Wasn't any pro- vision made in. .the for a fair wage being paid? It should Touring Chamber of Commerce Party In- spect Mines at Beilevue, Coleman, Frank and HUlcrest TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Thos. Clems, a baseball player, of Zion, near Brandon, broke his leg while sliding to third base. Mrs. L. Preston Brandon, seriousljr burned in a fire at Gupar, Sask., died from the injuries. Nathan Tupper Bleakney, 65 years of age, a nephew o! Sir Charles Tup per, is at Amherst, N. S. The London Daily Mail has raised for the entertainment of the visiting athletes to the Olympic games. All the men in the Canadian Pa- cific railway western shops went on full time today. The young woman drowned in Hum- ber Bay, Toronto, with Frank Farley, is now known to have been Madeline E. Wing, a bookkeeper. 'Coleman. July event looked to do justice to the good things pro- forward to by the citizens of Cole- yided by Mr. Patterson, of the Grand man for some weeks past with pleas- Union Hotel. nrable anticipations occurred today, [refer to the pdvent- of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce to our town ami a right joyous time it was. The train was somewhat late'but finally did arrive though the lateness cut clown the time of their stay with us. They were met at the station by the band, the members of the board of trade who were the hosts of the day, and by the invited guesta. Fully one. hundred and fifty ladies and gen- tlemen got off the train and led by the inspiring strains of "Marching through preceded with their entertainers to the new Miners' Hall. Here a bounteous repast was laid for all. and some one hundred and fifty sat down. In the absence of Mr. O. E. Benedict, chairman of the board of trade whoT is Mr. Cam- Aid. Cunningham again at the coun cil meeting last night Texpreaned fear that the School Hoard was. not do- ing its duty and mentioned that he understood there was no provision for' fire es- capes in the new school. Aid. Ives thought that the.building should be held tip until such provi- sion was made. Jt-vaa-finally set- tled that Aid. Cunningham should meet the school, board and discuss the situation with them and fine; out just how far each body-was respon- sible in the matter of the fire protec- tion. SAME GANG CHASED OUT OF LETHBRID'iE have been as it would perhaps make a difference in the tenders." The Mayor, "No, but it was so un- derstood. The engineer was t'old to put it in the specifications." Aid. Ives made a motion that the Mayor and Secretary be authorized to sign the contracts when a fair wage clause has been inserted. The same will be done with the grading contract. Fanatics With Firearms Now in Manitoba Lee) by the Sharpes, Who Were Driven Out of This City During the meal, Mr. McMillan, violinist, and Prof. White, pianist, rendered several well-chosen and much apreciated selections. Having eaten Mr. F. E. Goodall, president of-the Spokane Chamber of Com- rr.sree was and most fe- licitously replied to the good things uttered by Mr. Cameron, congratu- lated-his companions upon the way they" had been used, thanked the peo- ple, of Cble'man for the way they had entertained them, declared the lunch of which they had just partaken was the best that had been set before them since they had set out on their trip, spoke of the kindred feeling that existed between the nations on this continent and very cordially invited TELEGRAPHIC NOTES Angus McKinnon aged 40, was kill- ed by the cave in a sewer at Brantford. Jas. L. Henderson, whose body was washed ashore near Burlington last eek was once a woll known "Scottish dancer and had performed before the aie Queen Victoria.- The coroner is the cause of Henderson's wife and Vancouver. erou, pied the chair. of the Council oten- After all were seated, in 'a few well chosen sentences he ex- pressed the great pleasure the citi- zens of Coleman felt in welcoming their guests as visitors to our town. He spoke of the cordial relations thr.t now exist between the two nations represented and trusted they might always continue. He was glad to see them, both ladies and gentlemen, glad they were getting a knowledge of the wondrous of this Great West and he heartily invited them to partake of the repast before any and all in Coleman to visit Spo- kane, where he averred we would find the latch-string hanging conven- iently outside the door, leaving the hall many took a into the mine, visited trip the Rev. Mr. Hindley, of Spokane, then invoked the Divine blessing up- on those present and rettirned thanks for the food, afier which all strove plant and power-house and coke ov- ens, while others were piloted around the towrf' and shown the beauties and attractions of this the most pro grcssive town of the Pass. At 2.15 p.m. the whistle blew, the train was boarded and our visitors left for Fer nie while the bund played Yankee Doodle and then God Save the King They all declared themselves pleased with their visit, the only disappoint ing of it being that it was Vx short. We trust much good may resul from this cheering visit of these very much alive and stirring busines men and women. death, are in BASEBALL RESULTS At Jersey R.H.E. Jersey City .....................0 Newark ........................8 At Providence .....................8.11.2 Baltimore .......................3.5.2 NATIONAL: At Pittsburg ........................2.6.0 Winnipeg, Man., July reports have reached Winnipeg con- cerning the invasion of Canada ;Tat Merson, Man., by armed fanatics rom North Dakota. It has developed hat the leaders of the fray are a notorious character named James Sharpe and his son, Leo Sharpe, who with a band similar to that which now accompanies them, wore deport- ed from Lethbridge, Alta., in July of last year, as undesirables. It is claimed that on that occasion these men threatened that they would re-ontor Canada for purposes of re- venge and it is believed that their present action is in accordance with that vow.. One of the disturbing elements in the unusual situation is that the lead- ers'and their following' pmless that they do not fear any violence from fire arms as they would be invulner- able to assaults of sinful men. Sharpe, senior, asserts that he is Christ ami that he lias a divine mis sion to the Doukhobors at Yorklon Sask. This is apparently a pet hobby of the fanatic, as on his previous vi sit to the Canadian West he claimed that he proposed to carry the true gospel to the Doukhobors. So serious does the matter appear to the officials -achment of police will work to the extent of "inducing them to go back over, the international boundary line without any violence on either side. On July 25th of last year, James Sharpe and his eleven year old boy, Lee Sharpe, were deported from Leth- bridge together with Lewis Pratt, his wife and family. They said they believed that" a second Adam would come from their party when they settled in Canada. They seemed harm- less while here, exercising their en- ergies in'preaching and singing at the Immigration Hall. The boy, Lee Sharp was a very fluent; speaker and all the party great singers. They did not resist deportation say- ing that if it were the will of the Lord they must ober and no threats of revenge were uttered as they left, although promising to return to Can- ada later on. HEAT CAUSES INSANITY Great Suffering Reported in New York and Boston _ New York, July heat is al- most insufferable in New York. Ten- ement house population slept-out of doors tonight after a day whose 3corching. heat had struck down ful- ly four score of Greater New. York's dw.ellers and had indirectly caused the death of twelve persons. The day was marked by a maxi- mum temperature of 92 registered by the official recording instrument. Two. persons were driven, insane by vhe heat, one attempting. to suicide, and another, Frank Marinero, jump- ing from a second story window and by ing instantly, killed. Boston, Mass., July was the hottest of the year in Boston and the tenement house "district's suffer- ing was intense. Two died ty persons were prostrated. The ther- mometer registered 93. TELEGRAPHIC Philadelphia .............-.....1-5.1 At Chicago Brooklyn.......................5.8.1 At Cincinnati ......................5.6.1 New At V New York.......................5.8.2 Philadelphia................ who are now on the scene of the dis- turbance that they have telegraphed to Regina for fifty more Mounted Po- lice and this strong detachment will be despatched at once. It is believed ihat the men in charge of the. propos- ed deportation are not afraid of in- ability to perform their mission from lack Of force ,but are rather of the opinion that vith the appearance of only a small number of officers the band would show armed resistenee and it is calculated that a strong de- DEEPENING CANALS Legislation Not Likely to Intro duced at Ottawa Year Ottawa. July view of the short period between now and proro- gation it is hardly probable that the government will introduce any legis- lation this session looking to the con- striction of the proposed new Welland Canal waterway. Before any policy in this regard is decided upon, it is probable a commission will be asked to report upon the estimated cost of deepening the St. Lawrence and Well- and Canals systems to 22 feet and the commercial potentialities of each route on a basis of a 22 foot channel in each case. Oscar Case 20 years old, of Burton, Sunbury County N. B. is dying at xris home as a result of knife wounds by Garnett Ward. The four year old daughter of Mrs. Alfred Edwards fell into a cistern'. the home of J. D. McKeruie, at Woodstock, Ont., and was drowned. While bathing in Indian river at Pembroke. Harmann Hahn, 22 years age, was drowned. One hundred and eight-two employ- ees of the Canadian Iron and Foundry Co., at Three Rivers, Que., are on strike not having been paid lor four weeks. Tommy Burns, champion heavy- weight fighter, has declined an invi- tation to meet Jack Johnson at New Westminster, B. C., during the pro- vincial exhibition.