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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge Daily Herald ______ VOL. II. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JULY NO; ITt. CREW' MET A WATERY GRAVE Steel Steamer Cowle Sinks in Lake Superior Sault Ste. Marie, July l2.-Three rainutes after the steel steamers Isaac M. Scott and John Cowle collided in Lake Superior early this morning about a mile and a half 01T White Rsh Point Ughthouse, the Cowle had gone to tfe bottom in'fif- ty feet of water, carrying with her fourteen members of her crew. The Scoti. Plthough badly dams r I ea the bows, put back to thus j port, where she arrived this after- noon wrth part of the crew of the I Cowle. A heavy fog was respons- ible for ttoe collision. The Scott, a new boat, was on her maiden trip to the head of the lakes, had just passed the light at Fish Point, and straightened her course up the lake, when suddenly the John B. Cowle loomed up through the fog, broadside on to tte Scott and only a few feet away. The Cowle was down bound with 8.000 tons of iron ore in the hold. Ibe Scott crashed into the side of the heavily laden Cow feet her bow TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Thos. Biggs win defeated la the contest for socrctary of Fernia Min- ers' Union by D- Bees. The Mounted Police at Calgary ar- ivsted Frank Cooper wanted in Col- orado on. a charge of rape. As the result of the horse on which he was riding, stumbling on Saturday evening at Calgary, Mr. William Stanley was thrown over the ani- 'mat's head and killed. Mr, Stanley lias been employed on the C.P.R. ir- rigation works. Lashed by winti, the waves dnshed over the levee protecting Venice, Ills; j from the Mississippi River. Ten thousand acres land were in- undated and one hundred and fifty j families forced to flee for their lives. Baron Qscar Rothschild, the young- est son of Albert Rothschild, head of j the Austrian House of the Roths- childs, died suddenly in Vienna. It It is reported, that he com- REFUSED TO ACCEPT AWARD District Board Won't Abide By Rev. Mr. Grant's Decision tun-ate love years old. affair. (Special to the Herald.) Macleod, -July troubles be- tween the Miners and the coal oper- ators are not all over yet. Accord- Vienna. It is reported, that he com- ment mitted suicide because of an unior- Oscar was 2litbe matters in dispute regarding d f- ferc-ntials in pillar work at the .rjill- i crest mine were to be settled by ar- bitsation. Steps were immediately takm to have the trouble adjusted. The Miners nominated Rev. H. R. Grant of Fernie, chairman of the con- cilia Lion board on the big strike. The operators accepted the nomination. Mr. Grant made his investigation and gave a decision that upheld the contention of the company rather moro than it did that of the men. Although the agreement states that i party is bound to accept the I award of the arbiter, the district 'board of .District IS Union met at I Frank yesterday and refused to ac- cept the award given by Mr. Grant. The trouble at Hillcrest is there- STRONG SERMON1 ON ATHLETICS Rev. Wm. Reid Makes Point- ed Comments On Sports GREAT GROWTH AT PURPLE SPRINGS Thiport b Sat both engineers, the four flmnen. up all the time of a younj man W four deck hJds, the second cook, that he has not time to read even Sr ana an oiler named Patten were a single drowned. The Scott received serious wrong, injuries in the collision, which would who said to his comrades prolably have sent her to the-bot-'.ttie field, "Men, I am here to play torn U she been loaded. The John j football, and if I hear an expression] B Cowle was 445 feet long, 50 feet j that you would not like beam, and owned by the Cowle Trans sister to hear, then portation Company, oi Cleveland, ,ground at once." and went into commission in 1S02. j How can the good be got out oi those games and the bad avoided? Mi-- Reid remarked that it is better to have a strong mind and a weak vices, SJJOI-L is sport Thanks to the police au-> local vauduvUl to defray her Rogers, was an Elk, marie the ihft sn read the burial service ovnr him and rhe Elks in this city are making ar- on .Meanwhile the widow is destitute and to book then sport is all: nightly at the theatre. St. Andrew's had an athlete i ,vhen on house in order to j i-r .'ex- The figures for the school laud sale have been com- pleted. There were 136.624.13 acres, sold in the 856 parcels. The .total proceeds were an average price being per acre. This is a remarkably nigh figure for such a large sale over such an extended area with n great deal of the land in the new c .-ijutrivs far hack, from the railway. At Macleod there was 006 worth oi school land .sold, at sal-- there' at au average oi per acre. At Piv.che.r Crf-r-k the. averaire on SJ27.9-10 was At Lloyd- iiiiTis'..e.r.' in Al- 086 in Saskatchewan awraced. CASES IN DISTRICT COURT Before .Judge Winter on Saturday Jacob G-ilbertson, an old man Bow Island pleaded guilty to appro- priating estrays without the con dealers of Winnipeg and Minneapolis, j gent Qf the He will fce. sen- has been travelling through Alberta j fenced later. lookin- the crop situation and! Shotdown. a Blood Indian, up on a meeting many of the shippers, who [charge of stealing a horse from Elias 0 i Pilling, elected to stay m jail until are customers of his firm.. Tl hen ask- Qf the Supreme Court. ed by a Herald reporter in regard to the crop, Mr- McLaughlin said be_was j gathering information, not only 'for j his own firm but also for some east- j i era and European buyers .whose firm I i he represents. Ee calculates that the Alberta crop of last year of three million bushels of winter wheat and three mill on bushels of spring wheat will be considerably changed this sea son on account of so much winter wheat land being, put into sprang wheat. The result, he thinks, from present indications, will be a yield of I about one and a half million bushels of winter wheat and four and. a half million bushels of spring wheat, mat- ing-a, total of about the same num-1 Claresholm, July 'and ber of bushels as last year. Mr. Mo- Noble are in receipt of a letter from the Assistant Land. Commissioner of the C.P.R. in which he says he has j just received a wire from Mr. Griffin, reading: "Regarding completion of railway to Carmangay. You can say rail- way communication will be furnished not later than 'the first November, probably long before that -late, end !you can make arrangements RV DI Trains Will Be Running North By That Date London, Eng., July Na- tional Service which provides for the compulsory service in the Territorial Army -of all male citizens between the age of 18 and 30 was in- troduced in the House of Lords to- day by Lord Roberts, who -in sup- porting the measure painted 'a gloomy picture of the condition of the coun- try's defences and the threatening dangers of the empire. Continuing Lord Roberts denounced the present policy, which he characterized as a "wilful gamble with the safety of the country "and the and claimed that his bill would furnish one million well trained and. dis- ciplined soldiers in; a few years. Laughlin day. returned to Winnipeg to- Fast Steamer For G. T. P. Victoria, >B. passenger steamer C., July fast j ing handling of your crop the Grand'ly and I will, be; obliged if you will ALL THE MEN ARE INSURED To remove -the rumor of some of the people who saw the accident yes- terday at the P. Burns new property, we have been informed by the con- tractor that the company has every man insured for if killed, and if injured lie is paid accordingly. And that no man was asked to work up against the7 building that did mot want to. This accident policy was taken out last Monday with T. E. Patteson, agent of The General Acci- dent Assurance Co., and is in force until the building is completed. GOLD IN THE WATER SUPPLY OF LOS ANGELES Eandburg, CaL, July wa- ter supply, of Los Angeles trom. Cie. I make this information as Pacific Steamship service -to ;Prince Rupert is beng built, by.'-a i British ship building linn on the ITyne according to advices received here in a letter from England. The vrriter savs: "I understand the NEWS FROM RAYMOND Raymond, July will wind through straits of .gold IPart of the aqueduct is found to b'G heavy with vein, and'in of jcases pockets of gold have been tak-' !en away. Some parts of the con- re- j struction works labor actually fought .tore on j high grade ore were taken which in j Broadway, -north of the present ;.some-'instances show assay.'of ?9oo. It'is to be a two-storey brick One man, Patrick McCullum, a Los Angeles laborer, cleaned up 18 .good. CONTRADICTORY REPORTS your 'leave own the FHOM SCENE OF STRIKE BLOOD INDIANS WENT TO MONTANA body than to have a strong body and ;a weak mind. He commended the And Celebrated the Fourth of jy.M.C.A. as a very .great help to In Lethbridge we have from Cardston Cardston, July Fair- banks, wife of F. Fairbanks, manag- er of the Cardston Mercantile Co., arrived in Cardston by train. Mr. Fairbanks will soon feuild house in the west end and young men no place for young men to go except tie barroom, which has a tendency to make drunkards out oi them. The Botii Parties In Cape Breton Claim TO Be Satisfied-Funny Episode Over Appointments Of Constables _ speaker brought the fact home that j Inverness, N. B., July. must have a Y.M.C.A. in J-etll-iw-th liriijii ___ wi'Lii permanently here. basketball team de- winter evenings m a feated the Cardstom team last Fri day Bight. The Cardston .girls will have another match with the Lea- vtt girls in the near future. I Elders H- M. Bohne, H. McCune and Martin Woolf were the speakers at the afternoon meeting held in the. assembly hall, July llth. The infant child of Mrs. Francis Seilson died Saturday afternoon. The father was away in Montana, and could not .be reached by a telegram, j The funeral were held Mon- day ar four o'clock from the family residence. Elders Z. W. Jacobs and; g _ g walking the streets. There ought Royal Cauadian_regiment .ace for young women been posted l.A. was suggested by ng and It would have a -better i stones were over them than if they spent tame parading the streets. De- the phylical by all means, but god of games. Bel- maturaiizeu :iad no right to the poeition he held. Women Stripped Man p.ckets at-four j i Glace Bav Julv Dominion .jo'clock this morning to prevent me. J cnased a or going to work in out in full fit to prdnt. Another Glace Bay, Tobin .new comjjti'caticns to the already -somewhat muddled po- lice situstion todtiy when he iiii-o office a number oi spe- dismassed store, building. Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Baker left en Friday for Mr- Baker 'will assist in correcting the depart- i mental examination, papers and will I preach in the Baptist church while in j that city. i Mrs. J. H. Hunt returned to Leth- bridge Saturday alter spending a few days at Raymond visiting the manse. Many people think roses do not grow in Southern Alberta. If they could see Mr. Selman's lovely rose garden they would soon change mind. Rev, and Mrs, J. Cameron and Miss Ma leave for the east, -where they .will spend the summer. They will visit ia Ontario and New York. During Mr, Cameron's absence Rev. J. J. Baker will supply. MAY OPEN UP AT DIAMOND CITY There was much occasionally sticks i flvdng. One man was tumcd Qn assailants aad for interfering with -the yolice shouted. go _home mmd but was discharged :by the stipend- 'we'll give you yelled the women lOOmmittee New Business to Be Built Immediately Diamond City, July still prevails at ..Diamond City. Now that the bridge is almost completely fin- ished, the railroad is looked for in. the very near future. The grading, is to be commenced immediately. developments have brought several into Diamond for a visit with a view to business. Mr. Bosch, of twelve mile coulee, was here recently looking over townsite with a View to buying four :lots for a livery establishment, and j several representatives from the laoi-ial TCmnirfi axe thinking of com- Can't Get The Other Bandit :iary. At four o'clock Oie men led "off work, .tie soldier pickets were ion duty and no one was interfered with. A sergeant and of five I men guard thc railway trestle, a mile 'out of town, night ond day., as threats were made tiat no coal j would be allowed to go out of 'ness. A magistrate was ready to the Riot Act if necessary and a :They hurled all sorts of af- ,are meu were "hj Mayoi Douglas the 'before the troops arrived. Councillor Tobin IMS refused lc i-ell 'Cmei -of Police (ir''the of the police com- mittee how manr policeisien .he swore 2T.-ti.ij omcft. Grand Secretary "Moffat of the Workmen's Asso- ciaiion, -inem'btTs of which remain at work, has recercfjd a iflegraro 'from tiie Canadian Typogr.tphical Mr. Sloan and Mr. Revell went to Empire are thinking on Saturday evening. Mr. Diamond Citj in Sloa. leaves Lethbridge today for. -ith the laundry proton, A site has been sold for an week's trip to Winnipeg. Mr. this morning. Miss McRafi, of Magrath, formerly or and it is rumored that will soon be hauled to build the same-- a desperate fight, was severely hand- j females soon had ev- torn off his back .and ho had to iind his way home na- '.ked, followed by a jeering crowd nuia j jof Ravmond, left a few days ago for so as to be able to cope wrth the- where she will attend the Sc harvest> seeing that the rail-- byjroad is definitely promised for thia- 'fall, enabling the elevator people ship their grain. T. Underwood, managing director of Diamond City Coal ac-- BEss Hill, will She a3so of Magrath. i-eturn. to Magrath this about Females hundred people. Oneaiiuther Rdmonton, 1 (JtlU LLtU J-fciv" Alta., -Tiily l2.-Serfit. inlimber of special police were also At No. 3 the wife oi-a workman a. that pit indulged in .a. How oc au- lingsgate in which she .told the atrik- Edward Cahoon and Bishop Harris of the R.N.W.M.P., who the trestle. were, speakers. Music was furnished j Qne Qf thc leadcrs ol- chase of j the soldiers arc horfi no ser- by a quartette from the Ward choir. lhe men wno held up the C. P. R. 'inus trouble is anticipated. on Q stand tak- assrsrintr n iby hi? aHSociEtion 'jon of theSr support. Both Sides Claim Lead Glace, Bay, July Domrniuii Coal C'onVpany's Mr. De Voe Wooll occupied the time ncar Ducks, B. C., returned to One hun-dred and VUILLV j at the Young People's, meeting last' thc city last evening, trace of iat work today and Quite a number of .doing business. _ eveninc- His theme was The Merch-lthe havc been found, but thefinert who wouid have been" to work, ten minutes, when the strikers ant, of Venice. He treated the are of the opinion that only ;were on trfe.Orangemen's excursion, 'executed a combined assault on the ject in a very pleasing- manner werc activcly engaged m the hundred tons of coal were and tore hold-up. One of these as shot and out.t which is about one-third the ,___ ...__4___ strike entered on wives just what she thought of, -tg w-oek with both to "have t.h.e better of workers claisn the