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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MING THE Ottawa, Cot quite for the Olympic Marathon to information Olympic Parliament A'Tv Busy Day On Impor- Ottawa, Juiy 7 annoy nmuflnt that the goveimueflt inUniied to through without delay a measure for ttor construction -of Hudson Bay DEMOCRATS IN FAVOR OF Torototo, Jriy moninf wkich H luppfted by a ,fcot hoy. didlrkMMf to (f u> a A on west tide of Bar owned fcfot, oi and CUP Hew Yorkv W Tkompaon'a eighty foot schoon Shamrock, woo the offered tor the 385 Delaware Judge Farorke the f N Vw k to May aw and Captain Barr, her kkip- per added anothW victory to Railway, the passing of about for estiinatea for and fisheries, steam ship aad it- ems, the putting through oJ the civil and -a. diacusaion .of national transcontinental railway ex- 'iMHiditure, during .the course, of which Mr. liordcn eetiniated thejrrand tot- al of the. cost of the iroad to the 'country; would Lw were the features ot a fruitful day's work in the Commons.. The resolutions endorsing the pro- posul for the extension pro- vincial boundaries will probably be accep ted-f without much debate: by the House. The details to the area to be taken in and_ Manitoba's quest for .the Federal treasury in lieu of the grant- ing of lands on; the saine" principle as adopted in the -cases, of Saskatche- wan and Alberta, will be! dealt with later. By a to House lust night defeated an' for Lincoln-Nia- gara, ithat; the House take up con sideration .fonhwiffi i of amendments made by .the .to his bill re- garding speed of, trains oh level cross ings. Th6 bill was unanimously'pass ed by early in _ December and was one of the first bills sent up to hung up in the upper chamber, for; three month; back to the Com- _ ___ _ endments; on March, Xast night's vote kills the The civil'service bill, was of amendment's a clause proviflingLtliat civil service ser vahts "shall not be1 debarred from pri- vilege Jos using: franchise but shall be prohibited from taking part :in election campaigns! t-. In 'the rSenate the bill to -prevent juveniles from using tobacco second -time. The amendment to the railway act; enlarging the railway commission, .and bill respecting the Edward Bridge Co., was; given.a third reading. Sir Laurier jUUHranced that there wouldrjbe': lation this session the .number of Quebec judges. A TIE GAME the Q Jlen. of .fast, even, baseball what Y M. 0 tJho -JliaUway- hamded out ,to, Even at "l- FIRiD jKinftton, -Jr fiwent Jtwnd ,0 Quebec extra pay BAWD 14th refused to go allowance 01 colonel has MURDER ON A Alliance, ladaa, a Pine E. borini ftred oo RANCH ly Emile stockman of 'yesterday by ii on a neigh- it is charged i warning. A TRAGEDY IN AN OPIUM DEN BONI TAKCt Wf CHILDREN Paris, July Cowt Boni de Cas- whoM wifo Denver, Colo., July cbeeri from Un Uouband throaU, with the of political oratory, and. the nspiruitf spectacle of a vast multi ode of people, the Democratic nation il convention began IU deliberations today, the session lasting a little ov- er two hours. The tide of Bryan sentiment sweeps gathering force it .proceeds and tonighf the chorus of .Bry- well nigh With it is steadily swelling, an undercur- rent for-the nomination of George Gray of Delaware as vice-preaident. Immediately on being called to or- der at 5.30 o'clock the platform-com mittee of the Democratic national convention proceeded to carry put the wishes of Mr. Bryan by electing (Governor Chas. N. Haakell; of Okla- homa as permanent chairman. The full listened to ar Aiwa ,'Goald was" mar- ried yesterday in London to Prince Helie de cousin takeji.Uie cuktodf.of the children by his 'former wife vul commenced what to kfc.-.a sensational legal battle. ASQU1TH OF and finally, mons with certain ch of ;night.> rf ing called on account of darkness. way "had a strong iine-up while the_; were without Smith and'Johnston. v: The- Railway had" their new 'pitcher O'Brien in'the-box 'and he more than good. Only six hits were made (Continued on Back Pagt.) guments in support of various planks which will be offered for adoption The first of these was on the subject of improvement of inland waterways Richmond Pearson Hobson, Con gressmon from Alabama; plea'for the increase of the' navy and in so doing he predicted that thi country would have war during.the next presidential administration. H said he based his statement on inside I existed, information. S discipline An Unknown Men Another In Montreal ACQUiTTCD OF MURDER Sydney, N, 3-, July S.-rAVjury has ucquitted Maurice Cuthrie Dan- iel McKinuon, of a charge of inurder- ing Clifford Murphy whose body was found in the harbor here last Feb- ruary. ATTACKS ON BERESFORD July campaign now being waged by the -newspapers against Admiral Lord Charles Beres- ford has reached a point it seems inevitable. that the govern- ment must interfere hi some way to abate what is becoming a public scandal. COU) WINDS IN TIIP i iiwr THE LARGE KnewWge London. dissensions existing' of British admirals, Sir Percy Scott and Sir first lord of the subject of a question, in the, of Commons this morning. In reply declared that apart rumors; .the knowledge of Montreal. July Chi- natown was the scene of a cold-blood cd murder early this morning when an unknown man was shot dead by a man with whom he hud a row last night. Tong Kec, keeper of a barber shop and opium den at 111 Laguuehatierre St. West, said that three'men visit- ed his place last night and asked for opium. This was refused them and a later Kee heard them ftght- ing. One man was stabbed in the hand and head and left vowing that be would reyengo. -rj This afternoon two of the men ag- ain visited Tong Kee's 'place and 'were followed a few minutes later by the man whd had been stabbed. En- tering the toorn where the two were seated he fired and killed his former comrade instantly. CANADIANS WON Philadelphia, July Canadian Cricketers, representing the Toronto Cricket club, today won their match with the Belmont cricket play ers which was begun on the latter's grounds yesterday. The visitors won by an inning and 17 runs. Gladly Welcomed by Sweltering Pop- ulation FACULTY OF THE NEW UNIYERSTTY Scute Met at Calgary aid Maic Several Appoiat- unverified government had no the xiaistence of any trouble. rhe "foSirernment found reason to beliere thatia state of things to Of tll3 SNEERED H IS EYE OUT Guelph, .July very peculiar accident happened to Corporal. Hart of London, in camp here, with the medical thai city. While sneezing the effort dislodged the eye: .ball, which came out on. his cheek The eye was replaced by a physician and he '.is'..little the worse for the strange Incident. Calgary, June Ahe meeting of the' Senate of the University o Mixjrta _hcld here last night severu appointments were made to the un versity faculty, committees of .gove meut were appointed and other portant business transacted. The, members of the faculty appoiu ed are: J CLASStCS AV. J. Alexander, B. A...M.A., Ph D., a teacher of wide experience -h (Continued on Back FIGHT Crowd Led by Sluurpe Refuse to Listen to to "tal'.V le premier the _sugges- between' the three officers originajkd among, the recent changes .in of na- val ROBBERIES AT MACLEOD of the North west HOMESTEADER; DROWNED Lloydminster, July Winnipeg, July despatch from Cbriftt. Antler, 7Man., Jwhere; oldf James Sharpe and his band of F'anatiCB arc in camp, says this Mounted Police having a hard time arresting .the leader. .Tho band is well armed and will only allow bne policeman lit r a time inside their camp. ;lt: ia Clumber wagon, Bat- To bloodshed, use sound] iteam udgment. ;If you are determined to dead.or; would ruth with his team; The police er Vou wouidiBhoot me from ambush I over -to investigate. and not ahoot any of my followers and then you 'would not be taking chaaces of letting shot. I wiU niever give up have got" to, continue sinful I wpulH Tftther .die. None can say that Jesus is the Christ -If I liorse and Equipment Stolen 'From One Man, and Guns, Knives and Shells CO 1R by the Holy Christ. The spirit came to Christ in the! shape of i74ove and it came to me in the sfcape' of the I Gentiles according to the I would be raised up of your I not want to kill. I- want to "do good. David' and., ,is one. the; Doukhobors raceiye aft, then 'God? will prove me? .Then! your eyes will come Will be the Event in Tomorrow Chief tSoecial to the rteraidO Macleod, July robberies took place here some time between the hours of 23 o'clock last night and 7 this morning, what appeared to be a. couple of would be bad men be- ing responsible. The Groat West Saddlery was brok- en a pair of yellow wolly chapps taken. These were too short and cut six inches off the ends ank leii, the ends in the shop. They took spurs out of the show case aouL'therr went to the Macleod Hard- ware store and took two six shooters a box of shells and some knives, and then needing a horse they went to Faifweather's stable and t ook his horse, saddle, bridle, slicker, halter and then hit for the train. The thefts were this morning The mounted police were find arc hot on ih" .trsll... It ed the thieves will ivy to cross he border. The town police are ng hard for clues. Constable Law- son is doing good work. Philadelphia, July fcvot wave which prevailed here for two weeks and which reached its climax yesterday when thirteen persons died from its effects was checked today by 'a west wind which lowered the tern- .perature During the last two days nearly one hundred heat prostrations, were treated at the iospitals. New York, July breezes at sun rise today swept the city and welcome {relief to sweltering thousands. The. temperature at 8 o'- clock was. So degreei. One death and. ten prostrations added to the al- ready 24 deaths and 90 prostrations 'that the last 24 lours recorded. Montreal, July the hottest that Montreal has experiene- years, the mercury rising to 92 degrcbs in the shade by tke Mc- Gill College instruments which are located far from the intense heat of the city. The long of weather ruinated about (5 p.m., whenx6ne of the most terriffic stoi-ins. that has visited this district in. years The storm was heralded by a hurri- cane wh'icii made the streets absolute ly owing 'to'th'e'joimense clouds of dust. The wind lasix. ed iu its fury for a few minJtes, but in that time trees all over the city were levelled, six handsome shade trees in the'Place Viger going down in a jiiinch. 'r Windows were blowri in on- aHnum- of. buUdings -and man on Notre.Dame street was severely hurt by a flyinff fell oit: electric iighc were blown ".down while, the electric light users r sufTer- The''electric''wlreV''were up-ieverywhere''and for ah the various city fire' brigades were; called out-in-all directions to take i rarjp -of dangerous breaks.f T DISARMED TTALIANS Hartland, N, Italians for construction on the G. T. P. were disarmed while pas- sing through .here today by G. T. P. Ghief Foster. and revolvers were taken..away from them. H BY RIVER TO WINNIPEG Emerson, -July large number, of citizens from Grand Forks, N. D. have arranged to visit the Winnipeg week in a manner: typicalr of the early steamer. City> Q! Grand Forks has been chartered for ic occasion and with a large barge n tow will steam down the Red. Riv- r to Winnipeg. The excursionists will be accompanied, by the Grand. Forks Military band and ibo barge vill be used exclusively for dancing.: MADE HUGE PROFIT St. Johns, N. B-, July Even- ing Times charges that the Dominion Dredging company made profit out of St. John harbor dredging on an investment of in ten months. Chatham, story. comes from Kent County. House.r.f Hefuge'that Ricard Depcw who was committed to the, Refuge' 'from IJoth- 'W04. is. heir to OOO.OOO; D.'pew according to. the story baok by lawyers is rightful, owner of the SECOND DEATH AT towns! te. Ohio. of the of Delaware. EXPORTS NOT BIG ENOUGH Calgary! JulyT Cochranc was throvn from his horse at the, Fair yesterday (luring the iive stock.'parade and ies to his neck which resulted in paralysis and later in death. This Statement .by siontf pairy Commit -House makes tKe.aecoBd death from injuries at the St: Johns, N! cury was 99 in the shade today, the hottest in years. Tomorrow will be a red-letter day among those interes ted- in. educational matters. With all the pomp and cer- emony of the Masonic Order, the cor- nerstone of the new will be well and truly rtaid, by Rev. serious fire J H. C. Most' broke "out here today as a result of a Worshipful Grand Muster for Alberta, benzine explosion on the premises of Numerous other chemical company order will be present. Premier "Ruth- ami the flames spread so rapidly that crford, who-is also ft-, is feared "many of the two cation, was exjxjctetl to conw. but f 200 MAY LOSE THEIR UVES hundred people in the bo burned to Heath. eoricem wil Four pcopl have instantly killed by jumpin from windows. Unsuccessful a tempts were made to catch them nets as they came down. BARGE WEKT Ottawa, 'of Commons this niominp -Dairy ''Commissioner Ruddick explained thai he .thought exports of dairy produce less than they were. There should be an en- ormous expansion of home consump- tion to increase in population. The valye. of. creamery butter, cheese and condensed milk mamifaelured in Canada exclusive of milk used for home con- sumption. Tn was and in 1907 Census au- thorities estimated the manufacture of dairy 'butler ;il and consumption of milk at Census authorities estimated manu- facture of dairy butter nt and consumption ,of milk at 000. Total products'" last year wen? ATCONYDfTKHi Convention Hall, Colo., Denver, July ttell called the "convention to order. Denver, Colo., July the as- surance of another perfect day the promise of an interesting nght over the report of Ihc committee oh credentials which Col. and hia Pennsylvania friends were generally to contest, the crowd com- menced early to move towards the convention 'hall. All progress to- wards the auditorium was however by the great parade of F B.C.f CAPITAL Victoria, B. C., July mimbei of laborers nnable to find work on the Grand Trunk Pacific railway wore returned here today by the stramcr VtfflturoT. A Jap held for deportation to J.a- pan for trial for killing a fellow sea- man, was shipped to Yokanama by the S. S. Aki Maru today. TO PIECES Oswego, N. During a wired today'saying t hat: it twould be- impossible1 for him to ?h> heW: WAITDECC VIII Mr. Hogbin with Hogbii a beautiful sterling silver trowel with] handle with engraving cxpVin-1 atory of the event, the work of a mason. The exercises will take-place at; three o'clock. The city band will UNCHERWON YOUNG CHILD Moose July a tompor- Tammany men from New York who by a band and a number ot gaily attired Indians wound their way around the section of the city. severe storm .oii Lake Ontario today the big coal laden bjrge; G. Blain" came ashore ofLthis city and pounded to. pieces on the bench. Her crew seven including a woman cook were rescued by stivers in a surf boat after' battle against the wind, and waves. The) barge went to pieces niri-1 utes after it struck on ittc bcscli" and-thousands of tons of coal it con- tained'was scattered along the shore. The barge owned by the Geo. Hall Coal company of Gfdonsburg. in attendance nr.d takem altogether ary Of insanity yesterday afternoon the event will be a gt-eat many of the ratepay- ers will be .present to see and hear the impressive Masonic ritual" in con- nection with the laying of.the stone- SitHOP POTTER IMPROVING N. Y., July withstanding the mtenre heat, Bish- op Potter contyuied to improve to- day and there is every reason to believe that he will recover now that the crisis of hia malady has passed FATALITIES AT BANFF Banff, Jnly 7.-C. W. Moir, C. P. R. operator at Medicine Hal, w'ia drowned while swimming in the "Basin" on Sunday, being attacked by heart failure. T. W. Taylor, an of the Bankhead Sawmill, jumped from a moving train, losing a leg, died on being brought to the hospital here He leaves a widow and family. TIME IN FERNIE Ferhie, July -visiting. Spo- hVnc chamber vof commerce was higtv elated at treatment received at the hands of the citizens of Fernie. They left for home at 11.30 last night. lifary Galbraith. a waitress in the Commercial Hotel took the life of her new born child iriih a small pair of embroidery scissors. The young woman Js a daughter of Andrew Gal- i braith, a farmer of the district and formerly of Soaforlh, OnC Miss Ga! braith is now in. the hospital and has been formally placed under arrest. CALLJES BEAT STETTLER Cahjary, July game bc: tween the Caledonians and Stettler was played last on NANTONLOST AT CALGARY High River, July as- pirations for the Moseiy Cup in the intermediate series received, a rude, jolt today when they met. defeat at the hands, of'the locals score of 12 to 3. The Nanton team came up with Jamiesoa.and Cooper and re- fused to play without them. C. P. R. STEAMER WON I n Race from Fort Soo William to FROM MACLEOD On Monday at .rincher Creek, Tih- cher Creek "defeated the hitherto un- beaten Macleod team Xest 1'ass baseball league" by -a. score of LOMBARD A FAVORITE Sault Ste, Marie, Ont., July The result of- the race between the, Huronic of the Northern navigation company and the Assihiboia of the C. P. R. fleet, was a victory Assiniboia, which reached the head o? the locks' at 5.25 a.m. today, about ten minwtes earlier than the Huronic. in a CroA-'sjThc trip down Lake Superior was a most exciting one. The Hnronic was three minutes later than the C; P. R. boat in leaving Fort William at one o'clock yesterday afternoon but soon caught up. Neither boat ha'd Calgary, July and Lam- any advantage until six.o'clock when der qtfit' training last night, both fit the Assiniboia took the lead and held Canada College ground before about, -ister of finance, said emphatically that the government would have to pay the entire amount of the guar- 300 and resulted in an easy Victory -tor the home team, the Ibetnf 6 to 0. FOR TORONTO CHURCH Toronto, July J. B. Sil- cox, formerly of has :P.C- cepted a to the Northern Con gregational Church here. QUEBEC BRIDGE INQUIRY Ottawa, July the Parlia- mentary committee of inquiry into the affairs of the Quebec" Bridge Co., today the Hon. Mr. min- and ready for the big battle tonight and confident ot winning the round, neither overconfident of the 'outcome. Lorn bard seems to be slight favorite although public op- inion is about evenly divided though betters will not give even money OR Lombard.. anteed bonds issue of the colhipsed The minister'said the re- co'nstruction of the bridge was a ne- oessity bnt the government had come tO no It had, however, protly good of the course it in- tended to parswc. BODY RECOVERED Fernie, B. C., July The two year old daughter of John LaUko, who wtth her four year -old sister was drowned in Michel -creek a monvh ago was found floating in Elk river yesterday afternoon. The body is in good state of preservation. it right to the Soo. This morning at the government pier, Commodore! Anderson, of .the As siniboia was presented by Mayor Thompson on behalf of the citizen? of the town with a handsome "chair. His worship also read an address o which Anderson responded suitably. The town band headed the procession to the dock wnure a nival was held. Toronto, Ont., July of the Crown Life Insurance Co. have ratiffied re-organiiation authorised by act of Parliament as against amal- gamation with the Royal Victoria Life, Montreal, ;