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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOGE WEEKLY HERALD Telegraphic News for the Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Yusovoka, Russia, July 2.-Last ev-. Pituburg, Pa., July 2.-Four peo- New York, June for a new sky scraper to be the highest structure in the world were officially filed today by the architects for the Equitable Life Assurance Society. The projected building will be a six- ty-two storey structure, 909 feet from the curb to the tip of the tower above will be stepped a flag staff !160 feet high. The ball on the flag staff will be 74 feet higher than the 385 foot steel structure of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. The building will reported to have been killed. Thous- ands of miners in the town are great- ly eicited because of the accident and troops have been hastily summon- ed to prevent the disorders which are feared. of dynamite cnargt was exploded at the Niagara Falls, Ont., July ert Leach of Chjppewa. made good his! the nf t home of George Deavoloria, a wealthy Italian living at Smokespoit, adjoin- ing this city. Several threatening letters signed by an alleged "Black Hand" organization have been re- ceived by Deavoloria recently. The authorities are endeavoring to trace WINNIPEG FAIR JULY 11-17, 1908 UNEQUALLED LIVE STOCK AND WHEAT EXHIBITS INNES' WORLD-FAMOUS and 91st HIGHLANDERS' BANDS A" Mtt-.nv Agricultural Motor Competition Manitoba Amateur Athletic GREATBAND COMPETITION K. c t-, 1 SPECTACULAR MILITARY TATTOO AND BRILLIANT FIREWORKS occupy the site of the presnt struc- j promise and dropped from the upper tore of the company on lower steel arch of the bridge with a para- way, covering an entire block and chute to the river below, a distance cost Indian Head, Sask.. July of 200 feet. The parachute did not I d_esperate fifffat took .Place at Lake open up the first fifty feet but after j last night when members of! Hegina, June 29.-Tomorrow is the 'il was he made a descent w the Police arrested peter _ last day the hotel men of the pro- feet o' the water when j Damel a half Carped with horse Ulll I vince will, enjoy privileges under the I be to one side of the para-} at File Hills- Constable present license law. The most radi- chute and into the "river j attempted to arrest Daniel, cal change which takes place is in ''when boats picked him up. I he opened fire the hours and starting on Wednesdav j The aclual time it wok Leach to! the officer- The fire iimned-; the late drinkers will have to get in -make descent was half a minute !iately returned and Daniels was shot! -before 10 o'clock or go without a i exhibition netted him f throuS'h the breast and lungs, pr nightcap. The local option provisions J The escaped come into force on Wednesday Vancouver, B. C-, July Alphonz j JUrj" j and steps will be taken inunediatelv and Eugene Lacross, two of the bestj n to have the vote brought on. Now knowa men of the Yukon river were hamonton; Alb- July 4.30 the hotel mea are considering raising drowned several davs ago near White -vesterdaf aiternoon a young man j the prices. Thev claim they cannot Thousands of times the bro- was drowned in j make a living with the reduced hours piloted steamers and tne and increased restrictions unless there snia11 crafr's tiirough the rapids of the is an increase in the price of liquors Northern Eiver. On this occasion and there is a prospect of a substan- lhe-v were returning from Labaree tial increase in this line before long I when canoe upset. One body l has been CLOSE ON 18TH IV. K.. Virtue, It. McKay, T. McXabb, H. Pulley, M. Kane, J. JUtu-leod, 0. Benrdsley, J. Mitchell, A. Humphries, D. McQueen. Standard IV. to Standard Gay, J. King. M. Smith, AT. Hazell, A. Caldor, V. iloore, N. Link, B. Hftgell. E. Patteson, W. McKeown. E. Mcliardie, F. Whitney, M. Laver- iek, V. Gibson, K. Brodie, J. Oliver, Sloan, C. Cook, G. Macbeth, D. Whitney, L. Stewart M. FJcetwood, Gray, A. Davvsett, A F'isk, E. Hut ton. v WESTMINSTER SCHOOL Standard I, Primary, Class I, to Class II B.-F. Preston. Si. Peacock, E. .M. Fowler, G. Wilson, B. Chainb- ers, B. McIN'ubb. J. Grosl. D. Greg- ory, fi. Westcott, J. Hurst, J. Wat- son, C. Pankhurst. L. Uaines, Watch Biggest and Beit Plug Chewing Tobacco Class II B. to Class II A.-B. Car- LethbridgC Man Calory, July 6.-Mernbers of the- Knights of Pythias from all over the ter, Z. Dunsworth, A. Waterhouse, Dominion; assisted by G us Muse, Bu- Pupils Take a Step Higher RESULTS OF AM I NAT IONS SCHOOLS PROMOTION EX- AT PUBLIC Crinion- jA-L Bbttomley. visiting and instil Class IT A to Class Me-] Lutin5 El Mabarraz Tem- I-eary, M. Stevenson, 0. Sumner, Ev ple 92 of Wash., Satur- Geiger, J. Scott, L. Fryer ;day eveainS .instituted Ornar Kopay .T Wiley( 2To. 141 in Calgary. at the mouth of Mill Another lad named Percy Clay, ajred is drowned at 7.30 this ev Class III to Class RadleyJ The selected for C. Newton, M. Greene, J. Wilson H'! W6r6 F' P> Lethbridge, Stevenson, L. Slacks.'A. Brown' L i Vizier-' J- w- Crawford, Gal- Albert, J. Gregory. H. Graham, I Grand Emir- c- W- Mclnnes, Xames in order Oi merit. j Cain, X. Hill, INT. Hyluka. ?dmonton, W. Wright, CaL All promoted pupils are expected! Standard I Part II to Standard' S R' .to be present at opening of school W. Earnett, M Har-' S. J. Clark, Cal- Oate for Parliament to Plw-fcirtL." Hm" j1 Were swimmin? in the creek and floated the current of the party ox two wo'men and five chil- dren came into town from across the international boundary line yesterday The men are armed with Winchesters and knives, while the women re- volvers. The leader claims to be the Christ and his wife calls herself the Virgin Mary. They are bound for rogue has Been Fixed es vvcro absent from good caus- examinations! i the Caledonia, a stern nig on the Skeena Kiver for the con- i tractors of the G. T. P. hit a rock and sank to the bottom. caught in the undertow and carried under the water. The bodies Tiave not yet been J. Fryer G Pres tfsasurer'' J' E- Pinch, L. Xisbet, J Sprout EPetro SatmP; W' G' Ed" o-jmonton, C. II. Loughead, j will have cases considered if they are Standard I, Part II. Junior, to ffiCT'anf" W'" Stribblinff j present at opening. {Pt. II. Senior.-M. Logan, G. Ste-'roval princes phens, D. RussoU, 12. Parnell, A. Me- j ________ Leary, S. Vere, Uolakoski, S. Hy- i' luka. J CENTRAL SCHOOL Standard Class II to Class Tnomson, H P DIAMOND CITY NOTES I Ottawa, July Saturday tlie'E- Lowther. D. Bilson, G. Wills, Xs. I House again went into committee Williams. A. Irvine, 2C. Whit Standard I Part Wilson, R. Hurst, Cupar, Sask., July of Brandon. to Part i Miss Irene Johnstone was .visiting- H. Oerecke, her Chas. Johnston for 0 'the lands bill. Mr. Oliver presented I J- E. Gaul, J. Joha- i B- Rejhoizuk, C. Barnes, A. few days last week. Redinff- T- Mai- AW spent a week out on the bors. On arrival in town it noticed they were armed- and a ber of the Manitoba Mounted Constable McFarlana, who was town, approached them, and asked _- The Caledonia had left Pt. Essing-' Preston, of Brandon, was badly UU enlarging the pre-emp-! j 1. Logan. ton Monday evening loaded to the! burned and her baby fatally injured'tion area by takinS' in twenty addi-: Ciass nj: lo Class Barr, S. Standard I Part II to Standard II. Johnstcn rallch- fullest capacity. Early yesterday she; in a fire which on Friday nisrhr des- tional townships. TJiis was accepted. Xiven- E. Phillips, S. 'Phillips, R. ''Parkhurst, C. Geiger, A. Vere, i Miss Ella-. Carpenter ivas visiting in struck a sharp rock "tearing a" hole! troyed the dwelling of" father Burrows wanted the pre-emp- j-Andrew, u. Tuckwell. N. Macleod. B. PL Heaton, S. Nexvton. X. 'Diamond for a few days at John- thirty feet in length along bot-1 Charles Payne, whom she was visit-: tion to be extended certain Jones- B- FarreU. B. Fairfield. w- Schwartz, F. Stevens. ston's and McAllister's. torn. She was backed off and struck' ing. The fire was caused by a light- seCond class lands in Northern Mani-j Standard I. another rock. By this the wa-: candle. Mrs. Preston was burned ter was pouring in and the fires went painfully around her body and her I out, leaving the steamer helpless and was scorched off. The baby was class lands in Northern Mani- j Standard II Junior to Standard II OIiver June's new store is this effect. Mr. Schaflne'r moved an amendment j them'to lav down S feet Water' one terribly burned and died the fol-: the that the pre-emp-j Haarlem, H. Poole, A. Ellis, U. !was injured. Later the vessel lowintj afternoon. j Qn Sflould include all lands not. Shaw, I. Scott, H. MacDonald G diSDOSert n? in ATflni'mVii I al- Class HI to Class Higinbo- j Cockerill, G..Barnett, jj most A D. Farrell, L, Schweitzer, V.! ;ircTaSffart, P. Sumner, E. has started .to- A. Lewis, A. Queen, R. Van il" Standard II to Standard .Boulton, J. Green, W. Nesbit, v on Mr. E..E. Reynold's of here. Mr. Alex. Johnston has been laid" presented their arms at McFarlane. He eventually succeeded in getting them calmed down. McFarlane then wired the Attorney General for instructions who immed- iately had two members of the R.N. W.M.P. proceed to Pierson. They pos- itively refused to disarm. The lead- er, who claims to be Christ, states that he will not die if he is shot, "but if he dies then it is proof he is sot Christ. Scott. A. Hurst, J. Nesbit, A. Wash Montreal.. June oi the death' of Albert Edward Lewis of Van- couver, cabled from Paris, recalls the nine days' wonder of a decade ago. Mr. Lewis was then a resident of Montreal and supposed to be wealthy as he had married a daughter of Stanley Bagg, who owned a large slice of valuable property in a fash-: ionable residential pan of the city.1 Lewis was a real estate agent and trying to put through a deal a suburb of Mfle End, now Ville St. Louis to which was violent oppo-' -siiion. One night he left- home'os-1 tensibly to keep an appointment in connection with the matter. He has not been seen since in Montreal. The letter making the appointment was a dark corner of a straggling suft- which did not have so good a reputation then as now. There were hints of a terriffic struggle and one of Mr. Lewis' gloves and cap near by. Threatening letters were found in the house and the police went to work on a foul play theory. Before long they "began to look further afield and soon had no doubt that Lewis was alive and well. Months after it was discov- ered that he was in Japan. He re- mained there for a year or two after wards returning to Canada and tak- ing up his residence in Vancouver where his wife rejoined him. They are said to have owned a good deal of property in Vancouver. 1.. Tokio, July noon today the resignation of the cabinet" was tendered. There is reason to believe that the emperor has already nstructed Marquis Katsura to form a new cabinet but the announcemen will not be made officially before July and may be delayed until the arrival of Prince Ito from Seoul, July 12. The next cabinet will likely be largely composed of adher- ents of Marquis Yamagaa, and will be constructed on non-partisan lines. A well- known authority said to the Associated Press: "All rum- ours that a change in the cabinet means increasing mili tarism are absolutely unfoun- ded. The new cabinet wili cer- tainly follow the lines of peace- 3 ful 3 .in a most tragic manner.! a landlord class- not a Herron was a brakeman on a freight I polic-v for a democratic country train which arrived fom the east was n0t in the interest of the early this morning and while engaged i country that larse tracts of land in shunting cars.? in some way fell should Xal1 in.to the hands of individ- uals. between them. Two cars passed over! third. A leg and arm ecinplctc- declared that ly severed and the bodv S. Lacker, W. Henderson, D. Gilles- pie, A. McDiarmid, W. Meer. Standard I, Part I to Part G. Taylor. E- Bis- ines, M. Logan, Cain. M. Wylie, M. Washbrook Standard III to Standard to an unrecognizable mass. He was! lts .for the last few days. j Miss Ella Carpenter is visiting; i wjth the Johnston family on the- ranch. Mr. Chas. Headman sold out his- was necessary to practically disembowelled. Herron comes from Eastern Ontario and has t f brother at Lanigan. [will likely be An inquest Saskatoon, July that the grain crops throughout the Goose _ Lake district are actually heading J out with a promise of a very heavy yield the anxiety of the farmers there has assumed a, degree which is best des i j cribed as poignant. The cause of this j anxiety is the continued absence of' build the Hudson's Bay railway. Mr. McCarthy moved another endraent calling for a commission to investigate the whole matter, giving people of the West a chance to be heard. This was declared lost on the same division. f The whole of- the sitting was- devoted to balance of the harbors and rivers vote for Part II Junior to Part II Pitney, M. Crawford M V JM. Hjgmbotham, J. Kingston, Munroe. T Watson _., Simmons. A. FairfieJd, G. Scott, Standard IV. to Standard h he visit for two months. Donaldson, 31. Taylor. Part II to Standard Peep- grass, S. Norman, R- Puchards, Underwood, F. B. M. Young, McXair, Scott, can. Lewis, H. McClenaghan, A. Goodman F. Virtue. Standard I Part II to Standard II. New Brunswick being passed and all -I. Smith, E. Gaul L CSf Ot-Vrti, _-. of Quebec. Both opposition and government adian Northern Fort au Prince, July serious t" fh fire broke out here about 2 o'clock! season' i railway jme long promised. It is true that the is graded but for I thirty miles or so but what the far- mers wish to know is when the Can- Railway will corn- yesterday in the vicinity of Palace j and how owrl _____ s croos to o-nt eOt spread quickly there beinc a high and soon reached alarming pro- to granaries members have, by mutual agreement, fixed On Saturday, July iSth, as the day on which the business of parlia- ment for this session shall be finish- ed and with this, end in view, it has been agreed that the remainder of 'the session all agenda shall be put I j through with as little delav as pos I K' Gaul.'B. Little, wyn, A. Seaman. Ott T n E'i GRAND TRUNK STEAMERS Harding, W. Watson, G, Freclerickson I Montreal, Julv 3.-Tbe Grand Hammerberg, A. Wilson, A. Lo- railway confirms the report tua. a ________________ tenn agreement has been made .with the -Northern Navigation Co of COLEMAN WINS TOURNAMENT Ontario, -for the formation of Grand Trunk lines of steamers on Georgian. Bay and Great Lakes. per, S. Shaw, E. Xien H son, The J. Carmichael. Standard I Part II. Class in to Class Niven, ,L. Smith, W. Hyssop, W. McEwen, E. ET Brcdie T XT., (Special to the Herald.) Coleman, July baseball tournament at was won by the home team, prize was fifty dollars cash. teams competing were Pincher Creek, Bellevue, and Coleman. Bellevue drew the bye and so Pincher Creek and Coleman played first immediately GRANUM ON TOP Calgary, July u-After v? contest for prizes for 'T'J.jp cr i i agricultural exhibit the .Judges deci- She second went to rfe- to .-ourt.i portions. Four were burned, including the court house and the prison. prisoners hundred buildings! Ottawa, July Landahl President of the DawSon City All 01 the Board of Trade waited on Sir Wilfrid hours each day, has a total of about hundred hours for the discussion H> Class II to Class Ell wyn, p. after dinner. The game was a close etrm one., the sror? Coleman Ell- i Played off with Bellevue in the even- ening. The game was hardly as close fiftn to Red Deer and sixth to Card- W. Thompson, sion. On York, July Yorkers for nearly two weeks have been were taken to other quar- Laurier yesterday afternoon and pre- ten, berore the buildinxr took fire, seated him with an invitation from Sparks were carried to the arsenal the Arctic Brotherhood to attend the ______ which also was destroyed. Stores of Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition at for Purchased homesteads powder and ammunition all gone. Seattle in 1909. The formal invita- the remaining legislation of the ses- J" Barr' ft- Anderson, F. Humphries }F. Roebuck. I Standard I part II to Standard H Eedrnond, F. Henderson, L. Mc- Keown, M. O'Hagan, C. King, N. Macleod, D. Henderson, p. Irwin, M. Saturday afternoon' in the House Dr. Cash's amendment to Hon Frank Oliver's land bill to allow the governor in council to open any ter- The firemen section of the were aided by a large tion is done on Cariboo skin at great defeated- cruiser on moUon for a third an amendment was introduc- populaco in fighting cost. A similar invitation will decIarinS that pending lhe trans- governor ft'r t0 thc weste--n provinces of Domjn- the flames and a force from a French sented lo Erl Grey, the general of the Dominion, and lands u'ithin their boundaries all Lisbon, Julv told Mr. P sale-shoul" uis beattle and would like to co HP diH er to the Provinces as s sauents, smartin" under thp insjmii I .-_ not give anv definite nmmica arf> ready to receive th< not give any definite promise how- jtl0ns that he wa-s implicated in the ever sweltering m one of the most pro- assassinations in Lisbon last tracted heat periods in many years ary of King Carlos and Crown Prince were warned by thc weather Bureau I Luiz, created a sensation in the that the end is not yet in sight. of Lords by reveling what he I-a.r and continued was i ed to be the true story of the the message sent out to the suffering: here. He asserted that the xmlhons while the sun the mer-jation had been decided upon at a of f- cury constantly moving upward. I met-tinp oi _, -o. 01 on the ground floor. Today the lands and school funds of their sale should be given ov- soon as they ready to receive them. Mr. Oli- as in the morning the team being very weak in spots. Williams the BellexTie pitcher, worked very hard to win the game but his Port in places was poor. Played the same battery- through both games. Its work was excellent. -The whole team played good steady ball sup- Coleman Leek, I. "Mitchell, F. Hutton, C. especially excelled themselves at con, E. Goodman, T. Pierce, L. Fair-ithe bat- The ]ine-uP was as follows: hurst. c., Hogan p., Ingham lb., Ulefgen 2b., Lewis 3b., Clark Magott r.f.. Kelley c.f., McFarlane Standard II Junior to Standard II' Wallace, M. McCann, L. I] f Burrell, P. Craig, F. Hill, B. Hut- i ver declined to discuss the question. He asked the -House to reject the am- Ohio, July 3.-A Jczcn'endraent- This it did on a straight jumped from the second storey i puny 1 Lake moved a of i th F uu i-ianies immediately broke out and through the establishment fol-! I meeting of the Progressive ant] Ro- for i thcrrnorne-! generator party few aa now lease nine girls j tcrs at 10 o'-jtho.v were carried "out. I'numbpr" ,.f inJuries! clock. The temperature had gone! Republicans also them may die' up to SJ- and at 11 a. in. to fn i Dr. the meantime the humidity fall-! that the Republican en gradually untij at 11 u. it literate 4ail........: isturod Thousands the exception of Madame night slept on fire escapes or in the mother of King Carlos, but the and the elTects of the heat insisted that such a