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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIUG6, A U RSDAY, JULY II, I I 00. NO. 182 DOUKHOBORS FOUGHT THE POLICE Were Overcome After a Struggle and Sent to Jail Yorktoh, July 15 "under in- struciions from the provincial govern ment to have the Doukhobor ringlead- ers at the Arcadia Gamp -committed to gaol, Inspector Junget-decided to make a raid last nighLwhen ten con. stables of ihc :R. N. W. M. P. and Sergt. armed with warrants to arrest six men and six women, pro ceeded to their orders >at midnight. The Doukhobors fiercely resisted arrest and the whole sixty in number, turned to the assist- ance of the'twelve. 'A pitched 'battle -was' then fought between the police and the Dbukhobors during which the latter made use of sticks of cord wood and whatever weapons came handy. After three hours of fiercer struggl ing, the police effected the arrest and overpowered thejbalance, and leaving a strong guard "at the camp returned tovYorkton at.5 a. m. with the prison ers. These were at once brought before Inspector Junget sentenc- ed .to six-months imprisonment. The six women immediately, .after receiv- ing1 sentence -were quietly dispatched in wagons to Canora, on their way to Prince .Albert goal. The six men will leave early tomorrow morning to- be distributed" throughout the differ- ent goals in the province. This is part of the experiment to see the ef- fect OR thbser left Vbehind and'it is thought to be tn'e beginning 'of tho breaking up of the whole band. WRECK IN CONNECTICUT Greenwich, Conn., July. CORN TO SLAKE FOR DISEASE Italian Pellagra, Hat at in StatM Symp- American phy- sician, James Woods Babcock, Su- perintendent for the state hospital for the insane at Coluuibis, S. C. hag succeeded in solving the question which hag been under investigation tor a'long time as to whether the dU- ease pellagra among the peasants in Italy and in the south of Europe exists in the United States. Dr. Bubcock, who has been aided iin his research by the Italian authori- ties, has proved that the. Italian Pel- lagra and the .disease common in the southern states having the scienti- fic symptomns are one and ihft same. The disease pellagra which is also called Italian leprosy, Alpine scurvy and Asturian rose; is accompanied by a reddening of the skin and sometim- es a hypertrophy of the skin arid marked mental symptoms and it is said to be "caused by poison masse taken as food. According to Dr. Babcock, pellagra was unknown in the United States un- til after the importation, after the Civil War of immature and unsound corn. It is thought that it hasW cry may lead to government inspec tion :of corn. MUST LIVE AT COLERIDGE Important Order to Train Crews Said to Have Been It is stated, although tins ITemld has been. unable -to have it confirmed here, that the, C. R. has ordered the discontinuance of the running of trains from -the Crow's Nest down to Medicine Hat and has ordered all the train hands on these trains to live "at Coleridge instead of the Hat, If they wish to live at the Hat, they must take the trains in .and; put, as MR. OFFICIAL MAKES CROP GUESS Western Output Year Will Be Immense Regina, July Vice Pre- sident Whytc of the C. P. R., with his party of Winnipeg newspaper men and grain men reached this mor- ning from. Moose Jaw in the course of their tour of inspection of crops. Mr. Whyte states that well advised as his company was kept with regard to the Western crop con- ditions, he was agreeably surprised at the prospect and from what he had seen of the country in the course of his trip.. had no hesi- tation in estimating this year's crop at bushels. In the Souris district there was every indication that harvesting operations would commence in a fortnight's time while he believed cutting would be fairly general throughout the west by Aug- ust 15. PRELIMINARIES AT QUEBEC Quebec, July arrival of two detachments of Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, one from Kingston and the other from Toronto, an inter- change of official visits 'between the oflicevs of tile British squadron and the Dominion, provincial and civic authorities and finally a private re- hearsal of pageants were features to- day in the the prelude to the Tercen- tenary celebration which op.-ns on Sunday. '_ White Mountain Express on the regular passehgerc. The company wrecked here at. J Evidently considers it a pojor policy 9.10 this morning. Miss -Margurite of, ;was killed 'and-'ten" personis injured. The wreck occurred on "the bridge ov to ran... the trains an extra twenty miks including the heavy pull up' the hill froiiv Medicine. Hat when there is no real necessity for it and er Greenwich Ave. and almost in front'no revenue from it from pas- ,of the: There--were sengcrs going off the Crow to Medi- (ive parlor cars and all.were thrown cfnc Hat. The recent catastrophe from the track and upset, tho one in j doubtless had its influence in decid- which -the fatality occurred being' completely turned over. ing- upon this action if it be'true as reported. WOOLGROWERS EXPECT 12c TO 13e ENGLAND ST1H 1 lift LEAD RAINS IN THE WEST the Crops Man., Jtely Soaking rains prevail. in Mwoitoba OB far north as Dauphin aiad-; emending south in- to North Dakoti. In Saskatchewan rain has fallen.. Broadview, Saskatoon Albert. At Medicine Bed IPovr, Calgary and Edmonton, some fain hag fallen and it remains The rain came after a. -week of .the finest growing weather the We4 has over experienc- ed, On the graitt exchange today the operations buoyant spir- it of the occasion' ,and there many wires received correspond- ents of dealers scattered throughout the Weafc reporting -rain and enquir- ing for news. LOCAL MAN'S SISTER A VIOl MAY Ottawa, Jtily Tin-re Ls a prob- ability of House prorogation tonight. The members are waxious to get uway i! poswible before Saturday and may make a determined effort to clean the slate by Friday. Work Starts On Street Grading street grsueHrig operations start ml 'this ithe first piece of work to be being the hill ou Coutts St. opposite the convent. A large number of teams will be on tho fob in a. tew days. Struck Coal At e Creek Halifax, July rain and electric storms passed over Hal- fax this afternoon and again to- ight. In the afternoon storm two veil known young people lost their ivcs while sailing on Bedford Basin. They arc Miss Una Roy, the 17-year old daughter of J. E. Hoy, a weal- hy real estate owner and Win. Muir, onmiission merchant. Two men were killed and two maim l this afternoon on board the Nor- weigian barque Recna Tusket Wad- me, Yarmouth. The boiler connect- ed with the monkey engine exoloded Distantly killing the carpenter and >ne seaman, blowing one of the mate's legs from his body and se- ercly scalding a seaman. Kiss Roy was a sister of R. P. toy, 'of MacKenzie and Roy. The ympathy of citizens will be extended o him. in his bereavement. Word comes fromyilaplo that while boring for gas at that point a four foot seam ofvnml was 'Struck. This will be a. great boon to the town and to other towns -i Uiut part of Saskatchewan. United States a Qose Second at the Olympic Games For This Year's Clips Meeting of the Asso- ciation An Exchange To Be Established A ineetirifc of the Southern Alber- Woolgrowers' Association was huld in the Dallas Hotel last evening with a. good representative attend- ance. The following memlxirs were present: R. C. Harvey, Raymond; E. llarkyr and J. A. Horker, Cardston; A. .Green Taber; Chin Stalker, Coulee; N. Thomson, Grassy M. Cainplxjll, Grassy Lake; B. Hyrie, Magrath; J. McCaig, Leth- bridge; C. S. Scott, Lethbridge; J. Neil, Grassy Lake. President H. .C. Harvey was In the chair and J. "ITcCaig acting as sec- retary. Mr. Harvey reviewed the wool situation the season. Buy- ers have not yet been active this sea- son and the market is somewhat un- settled. Sir. Harvey said there were two alternatives for the producers. One was to STORE THE WOOL for two or three months 'on the sheering ground or in Lethbridge where ntor- ftgc fft'ciiitics have boon ofTered" at a nominal cost, and hold until buyers know their minds the other was tu consign to eastern corr.rnis- pessimists have been handing, out to tho sheep men in advance of- shearing Our prices are in closer sympathy with Montana prices than they are with Montreal and if unwashed coarse in Montreal is only 8 cents it does not necessarily fix the price for the western province wools as east- ei-a and western wools are not com- peting. Eastern wool is coarse wool, our is a medium grade or in some cases good clothing wool and it goes on the market beside imported fine from South America. The upturn in "London wools of this sort will send buyers our way shortly. The promise of better busi- ness for the factories from the Wes- tern demand in the prosperous har- vest season just now Iwgtnning nil over the west will settle the manu- facturers into confident buying with in the next few weeks. Though pro- ducers arc not looking for last year's prices, they do not expect to clu.-in up below the 12 o r 13 cent _rlc and are not inclined to mal nny bargain day for the buyers just yet. The clip is of splendid quality this sion houses. These propositions were as the range stuff hod no weak discussed by the meeting. Against sPells or Josses and the lamltag local storing at low cost there the returns for years, the objection of the wool being away! buyers nre on the way, the se- from market cantre. On the other! wiH find out the terms and hand if wool is held long In Eastern j conditions under which extern corn- commission houses the charges for '-f storage, insurance, freight and coin- London, July gold medals were- won by Great Britain, France and Sweden in today's final events of the Olympic- games. France and Sweden secured one first each. The United States had to be satisfied with one silver medal, symbolic of second prize in the three mile team race. It was announced tonight from the offices of the British Olympic Associa- tion that the attendance at the sta- dium 'today was the largest since the opening. There were four finals as- signed to the day and of these Eng land won the 660 yards cycling race and the three mile team race, thus bringing the number of gold medals accredited to Great Britain up to four, with two standing to the cred- it of the United States. London's comparative apathy to- wards the Olympic games is the news paper comment. The great stadium holds over persons but never yet have there been more than 000 people present. This is regarded all the more disappointing as it is not unusual for a big football contest in the province to attract from 000 to' enthusiasts. It is sug gested that the prices of the scats have been fixed too high and also thai the affair has not been sxifflciently advertised. The final in iho putting the wejf contest was won by Ralph Rose, Ol- ympic Club, of San Francisco. Horgan, United Kingdom, was sec ond: J. C. Garrols, Chicago A. C. A third. Rose's distance was 45 Ceet 71' inches. In the final of the -400 mttros swim ming race Taylor, United Kingdom won. Taylor's time was 5 minutes. 36 15 seconds. Serious At Pnttce Albert Prince Albert, :Juty High School Board to consid- er tenders new high school. Chairman W. Ajdurn of the board stated were open- ed that Mr. Srnitji, of.the firm of -Bros, Wilson, df in'tho city tendering, haul come -to. Sir. Adam's office stated that fhe had [figured -five hund- red dollars in his tender for the chair nan of the board. "He has contract- ed and done lot of; public work and this sort of expected "Mr. Adani'. stated he replied that 'this sort "of was not only not expected, but he would take steps to make it hot for the man lending himself to such action. Smith practically made m the offer of a Itrilje of he said. Later at the meeting it was stated that the .same .firm had built the city.hall at Regina, which cost three times .whut it was estimated Mr. Adam's stenographer heard the offer made. As Architect Lines, of Edmonton, was not present, it was deckled to Icuvo the consideration o the tender over till his arrival Tues day night, ft is quite possible that all tenders will be. thrown out ant the work clone by clay labor. mission cats heavily coeds from the clip. into the pro- It is probable mission houses are A CENTRAL EXCHANGE During last night's meeting Mr, Stalker introduced Messrs. Skeith C. P. R. To Buy Algoma Centra i Sault Ste Ont., July It is reported hi're on reliable auth ority that the C. P. R. is to buy th Algoma Central Railway from Superior Corporation' interests. th A WOMAN. USURER Montreal, July Cheque! today found Miss La Onde, offic manager for D. H. Tolman, American loan shark, guilty of usury and inti mated he would probably send he to jail. MR. OLIVER'S REPLY To Charge Re Sale of Timber in A'fcoma Well Known Young People Drowned-2 Seamen Killed Ottawa, July of the time of the Commons today was taken up by Mr. Hoyce, of Sault Ste. Marie, in a long exploitation of another Op- position mare's nest, anent a sale of Algoma timber lands in 1900 to three of the Hon. Clifford Sifton's consiit- uents, one of had formerly been his law partner. Mr. Boyce's colleague's on speak- cr'fi left apparently took little inter- est in the question OB attendance was very slight throughout. Hon. Frank Oliver, replying, rioted that it was an outrage on Parlia- ment ior Mr. Boyee to take up so much time in putting campaign lit- erature into Hansard, when only a few days remained to consider the balance of legislation on the order paper. He pointed out that the lands had been disposed of under the reg ular to tender and and the price paid for lease exclu- sive of mineral rights was thirty cents per acre. Any piece of sur- ounding land in New Ontario could lave been bought outright from the Crown at the prevailing price of fifty cents per acre. The fact that a large profit had been made proved nothing AN ACQUITTAL FOR STEVE ADAMS Miner Charged With Murder Gets Let Off as similar instances of large profits Judge Schakleford. He immediately ASSESSMENT IS PRIEST'S SLAYER HANGED Cannon City, Colo., July ng down maledictions on the Roman Catholic priesthood and shouting in ialian, "Long live Italy! Long live he Protestants 1" Guiesippi who mur dered Father Leo Kendrichs at the altar of-St. Elizabeth's church, Den- ver, was carried to the death trap. 8.30 o'clock he paid the extreme penalty of his crime by hanging. me WON Sensational fimsh a! City League Gave last Another one run victory wrth sensational finish was pulled off last night when the Y. 3L C. baseball team got" the odd in a score. It was all their own way until Pressites woke up and smote Robson for eight hits in the seventh, mak- ing seven runs and tying the score. The balance of the game was of the most strenuous kind and it was not until Johnstone gathered in Tulley's scratch hit and touched the bag that the game was. lost. Except for one innings Robson pitched a great game except that he was too gener ous. In the third with bases ful anil one out he closed the innings by fanning the next two men. In the fourth he threw only three balls am the infield retired the side. Geo Moore and Robson batted well, each getting a double and two singles Van Spanckercn had perfect batting record and Stewart's triple with two on bases was a beauty. Tate got out of a tight place in the seconc when with bases full and one out he retired the by Brandow's easy fly and fanning Johnstone AB R H E Grand -Junction. Colo., July Steve Adams, member of the West- ern Federation of Miners, was this mternoon acquitted of the murder of Arthur Collins. Adams' alleged con- fession, of the crime was excluded by the evidence of Geo, H. Schakleford und ciffht witnesses testified to m alibi for the accused1 man. Collins, who was manager of the Smuggler union mine at Terruide was shot in the night of Nov. lO. 1902. while playing cards in his office. Adams was ordered discharged by n dealing in lands by private com panics in the West were not infre- quent. Donrt of Revision Declines To Lower Tax on Alex- ander Addition stepped to the jury box and shook hands with each one of the jurors, thanking them for finding him not guilty. He also thanked the West- ern Federation of Miners for their support and encouragement during his long imprisonment and trial. Ad- atns 'eft the courtrpom with Win. Ootoriy. another prominent Federa- attonist and joined Mrs. Adams at the hotel, where shu had been stay- ing during the trial. No move was made to re-arrest Adams on any of the other murder charges growing out of Colorado labor troubles and it is said that he will be permitted to go free as the authorities are con- i vhiced of the impossibility of secur- I ing a conviction in any of these cases. Tho city council met last night as a court of revision to consider the! I appeals on the school assessment. A NEW BATTLESHIPS TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS j Tokio, July are j rapidly progressing for the building number of owners of property In the, f thfi IWQ additional Alexander addition appealed against. ked of be laid at ye- an.'assessment of an acre or kusuke during July and the keel of a lot on their property. The the other at Kure before the end of court decided., as these vwxr- The displacement of the lots-were on the market at be tons' .their sPeed to a 'lot, that the assessment' should stand and not lie reduced to an acre as the appellants asked The reductions nmcle Sfatthow Logan, from to nil. Donald McNabb from S100 to nil. James Pierce from S1.200 to 000. T, r-e.mlhQn.ter. from to ?300. Dr. Tuller from to J. Yaculic from to No other appeals were granted and the. assessment as amended was ad- opted. BEEF..COMBINE IN BRITAIN London, July to take some action to prevent the American beef combine from obtaining control of the retail be-eE trade in Great Bri- tain, president of the board of trade, Churchill, yesterday informed Lord Robert Cecil in the House of Com- mons, that the operation of the six firms constituting the beef combine were receiving the e-ireful, attention of the government. Mr. Churchill said that his investigations thus far had not yet' convinced him of the necessity of appointing a House of Commons committee of inquiry. Frank Burk, of the I. C. K. dining car service is dead from wounds re- ceived in a scuffle with Win. Perrin at Halifax. Perrin. has boon arrested 3n a murder charge: Vice President Fairbanks starts for Quebec on the 21st. Winnipeg Council granted to the Quebec battlefields fund. Edward Collins was drowniVd in Toronto Bay. Warren Simmons, a farmer residing near Doreham Centre, was struck by a hay fork which fell from the top jf the barn and is probably fatally injured. Andrew Carnegie will give to St. Matthew's clmrch for a new organ at Ottawa, on the condition that the remainder of the amount re- quired will bo raised immediately. Cambridge University has confer- red the degree of Doctor of Law upon the Archbishop of Auport's Land. The defeat yesterday of a Taft man for mayor of Walla Walla, Wn., a Re- publican stronghold, was the cause of much jubilation at Fairvirw, Mr. Bryan's home today. Y. M. C. J. Moore 2b. Brandow c. Johnstone Clark Robson p. Green s.s. WOOL CLIP WILL BRING TWENTY-FIVE LOST LIVES Manilla, July pleasure launch bound fr-m Manilla to Cnr- G- reigodor Island carrying 75 passen McKenzie gers was cauprht. in -a typhoon today and foundered. It is believed thnt 25 of' tho passt'iiirers including three Americans woro weeks, killed over that the local men will hold the clips'nnd Tilley who discussed with where they nrc in expectation of the Association the question of starting I three score of and prostrated arrival of buyers within a few a central exchange for bringirig was broken today when a and it is lonrnod by the Herald Ibis gellier buyers and sellers of shcv-p j severe electrical storm, accompanied morning thnt. a Calgary comm. "si >n' products within or outside of uie by hail nrui rain swept over the city. man is hunting the sheep ami also that Peter North who was in Province. The idea was favorably entertained. Producers will report the shcop business himself until a surplus holdings and prices to the year ngo is offering a figure on the firm nnd output considerably above what the exchange will do busi- Four persona died today as a result of heat before the storm came. The temperature dropped 20 degrees with- in a fe wminutes aftor the storm broke. WAS A TEMPERANCE ADVOCATE Hamilton, Ont July plants on tho of John Lewis. Lancaster township were destroyed last night, causing a severe loss to tho owner. In January last Mr. Lewis barn vras burnt-.i. Mr. Lewis is a strong suportor of local option and the peoplo hori> assert he is a victim the whiskov interests. DISTINGUISHED PASSENGERS Rimouski, July M. S. Em- press of Ireland arrived at Ritnonski c f. Courtice r.f. 2 1 2 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 Press Hcnnuber l.f. Pulley c. Nicholson Ib. Van Spanckeren 3b. p. Brown r.f. Stewart 2h. Maveety c.f. Davics s.s. Tnto p. 3b. 43 12 13 AB H H 40 II 11 By Y. tt. C. Press 300 OHO 100 000 hits, J. Moore Brandow, Robson, G. Moortt, 3-basc Clip Will Go Pounds Mutton Will Be Double Extent of the Holdings We. are indebted to the secretary of ihe Wool Growers' Association for the following npproxiinalioii uf the sheep propositions in the Lr-thbridge dis trict. It should be of interest buyers to get this Sheep Lambs" A. Green, Grassy McKenzie Campbell, Grassy Lake Neil Bros., Grassy Lake Neil Thomson, Grassy Lake Thomson JSros., Grassy Lake Alberta Sheep Co., Chin Coulee J. B. Ryrie, Maprath 1.500 '1.500 2.500 1.500 at ii.20 iwlrt.v h.iviag made the hit- Stewart, bases or, oil Rob son 5r oft Tflte I, off ,Vnn Spnncker- en 1, struck out by Robson 9, by Tftte 4, by Vnn Spanckcren, 3, hit by pitcher, Nicholson, left on bases, Y. M. C., Press 9; umpires McDon- ald and attendance, small. 3.000 360 6.000 from Liverpool in five days nineteen seconds. Ainmier her passengers are Lord Robprts, the Duke of Norfoik, Lord Lovat nnd Hon. Jamas Duns- muir, lieutenant governor oi British Columbia. ;i. C- S. Crest, Chin Couto Stalker Bros., Chin Couloe .3.000 Alex Robertson, Chin. Couloo 2.500 J. C. Harvey, Raymond Harker Bros., Cardston H. Porrett, Stirling Ohipman Proctor, Coutts, J. Young, Coutts to J. Obom, Coutts This makes a total of which furnish the clip for 1903. It is conservatively estimated that the clip will average fully seven and half pounds per hond or Ibs. in all. Counting in those already sold and shorn the clip will approxi- mately pounds. This will mean probably return from wool aJfine for this con ire. Tha mutton output will probably Ive not less than twice this amount. The wool of tho district has j always been considered tho best in I the west owing to the foundation 1.5001 stuff bo ing larpoly a pood grade of Merino. The, Lethbridge mon are en- l ,400 j titled to all the harvest they can ga- l.500jthfM: for the superior care and judg- ment in their work. 700 600 1.500 300 ;