Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEe Uthbridge Daily Herald _ v VOL. II. LETHBRIDQK, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1909. NO. 1C. GRANUM'S BIG iVENTIS OVER It is too bad that a crowd cannot cannot keep off and let the.referee and players settle their own difficul- ties. It might possibly have result- ed in a goal for. Rocky Coulee which would have ended the game itt. a tie unless Granum had scored again. As it waa the score stood at the close one to nothing in favor of Granum. The sports committee report a fin- ancial success and have been told that, excepting the cities of Alberta. the Granum celebration was second to none in the province. The com- mittee wish to express their thanks, for the liberal patrpnage received from not only their subscribers but front-the race horse men and the crowd of spectators. While everyone present at the sports had two days splendid holiday fun (Special to the Herald) iand appreciate the labors of the en- Granum July' 15.-Today's -weather j committee and officers wko was just what "the doctor'ordered; It hard for the success of the oouw not .'have 'A slight celebration. Like Granum's grain haze overhung the Porcupine Hills and the Rocky Mountains in the dis- tance beyond, but otherwise.-the-.sky was cloudless. -The crowd was even Close A Most Success- ful And Enjoyable Celebration "SHOOT TO IS ORDER TO CONSTABLES Serious Condition Of Affairs In Pos- sible With Strikers SIMPSON WOOLF HAD A NARROW ESCAPE the-celebration takes the cake. HORSE STEALING CASE MAN FROM Pittsburg, Fa., July to kill if a man reaches for a is the order under which members of the State Constabulary are working tion. Any attempt to 'oust strikers ten scattered the strikers in all di- i families from their .homes in Com- rections. Little resistance was offer- ipauy Row will be fought. Hope for 'ed at the time.'but when it-was Cardston Man Nearly Lest an Fine Crops Cardston, July Florence Olsen, Leon Archibald, and Ivy Lea- vitt went to Magrath to spend a week "with friends 'and relatives at that point. Dr. V. V. Christie and father re- cently bought a section of land in Kim-ball district. They will break a Part, of the land and go in for a gen- eral mixed, fanning proposition. The Misses Hamilton are visiting friends in Lethbridge this week. Mr. T. D. Kevin of the A. R. I.' Company came to Cardston in his private car Tuesday. With him came Mrs. Anderson of the Union Bank at, Letihbridge. Both were WILL APPOINT NEW POLICE CHIEF Calgary Commission- era Bound To Get New Officer Calgary, Alta., July a peaceful settlement centered on a believed .that all was well, the troop- 'pleased with the growth of Cardston. Police English has been given 'the meeting this morning .when a griev- ers were showered, with bricks, and] Sheffield, Douglas written request to resign, which he this morning.at the Sohoenville plant !ance committee chosen to confer with of the Pressed Steel Cur Company, company .officials. several were hurt. Twenty-two men jr and W. A ins worth-are asked the commissioners to give charged with rioting were .-brought Spring Coulee for owing, to the .increasing jthe strike situation. A crisis and Two wagon loads of cots and bedd- i from McKee's Rock to the county jail j Building a house for a bloody-battle y ling were taken into' the plant this j morning, to fa'e used by the constab- is antici- julary and-deputy sheriffs. At 9.30 by Sheriff Gum-bout, today. The They will returil to CardstOn in two of injured as a result of the Weeks the purpose of I The letter .gives him until' noon to- r H. E. Kelly, j to hand in his resignation or bt superceded by another officer who. will be appointed to take over- his larger than yesterday. It is suePfris- j Yesterday, the R.JS'.W.M.P. 'brought when the company announces.it j.tbe groups of idle workmen had in- ing where all'the people came from. the Barracks, one G-i-lroy Brown, will resume operations1. It claims -creased to such an extent that an or- The crowd of covered carriages and of Aetna, near Oards'ton, Be was up hundred employees wish to re- jder was -given to "clear the streets autos was large enough for an old 1 before Supt. Wilson this morning and j turn to work if guaranteed 'protec- i and the constabulary in squads .of settled country.' Granum district is sent, up for 'tria-1 for horse, stealing. now well well for He had been working for F. Ewing so voung V town. and seeing i with interest. "-who had written it. and knowing al- j About a year ago there came to ready of. the circumstances of Mac- !the city one -Jajoies E. Uregor's hurried departure some time He was assisting at the windlass on ;his' farm where a well, is being dug. j-Th'e handle of the windlass, slipped I from his -hand and struck him a ter- rible blow just .over the eye. He was j picked up and brought to. town. Dr. i Stacpoole was asked in and took if our. stitches to close the wound. Mr. D. A. Thompson sold a half section of his Kimball farm to Dr. Weeks on the 14th inst. i Cardston will, celebrate the 24th inst. The stores will close, so Che committee inform us. i The crops are looking fine. Winter wheat is in :the -head and oats will soon be heading. The gardens are 1 in excellent shape. SPYING OUT LAND ABOUT PINCHER CREEK American Capitalist Makes a Oddfellows' Officers 'Installed Burke had already been married" by J. J. an Anglican ter. Mr. Hoy then interviewed the wo- Gardner, though the latter name was Whithy, July dropped, to take the posi- tional case carae of stenographer. He came dav with the arrest of Henrv previously, he read the "letter and h-ad iman. and told her of the contents of a copy made of it. j tbe'letter. She refused to believe' ing, a.prominent business m-w. at the here from where he had a school. Some time af- terwards High b-f 'his second wife, whom.he i ft., 1 in, i married in Xew last May while i Hiss F. J Throwing Murphy, he.had, it is .alleged, wife and three a ILester. The officers of the race meet were: DeRmzie.; Dixon. Chairman of Committee, L. H. Cochrane. Secretary -of A. Cumming. The, races were carried throughj without any serious accident. In the relay race the rider of the bays' had to'dismount and fix'his saddle, there- by losing fitwt'place. 3n tile pluckily.held on to the horse's neck. THURSDAYS HORSE RACES. Implement Dealers' Purse (490, S45, f IS) free -for all, trot or and Glendora. Time children in Whitby. The complainant j is a young English Leomax; who says came to the city from Burke to take as dressmaker for the Said X Bay Co. They both lodged at same use. ..Friendship 'now there 1S a "Jgamy case be saddle turned but the jockey ['hi; 'girl, Gertrude j she has known i Willing-from childhood in. England j as -soon, as be can where his father is a .leading cottom face .face with it. spinner in Manchester. In letters to known that MacGregor I his second wife, he proposed after ad-. J were engaged be jmitting his o to a'bandon1 his i Cfaief had dnforma- wife and family and to" go'wit." through, inquiries from England _____- that MaoGcegor was- VV-indsor; Ont.. July Law-: ALREADY MAEiRiaBD son, aged twenty-eight, was arrested i a .woanaai in England. He" and on a charge of bigamy, preferred u. Rylands. manager Hud- s wife in TJtica, KT.Y.' She married ;soa-s Co told Lawson nine years, ag'o -and. la th: The letter reads as follows: Let-fab ridge, Alta., 3rd May, .1909 My dear Mothen-rl just write this letter to .you, to save you from any anxiety, you may have had 00. my The young lady I spoke to you about has gone to her borne, but There Pincher July picnic parties occurrence here and nunzerous private ones take i place during the week. f C. Jackson., A. L. Free !bairn and H. Smith .are doing -.the I Alaska-Yukon exposition at. Seattle i this week. ;.'______ i: Messrs. Pelletier and Murray, of j Fishburn, ;are on a visit to Winnipeg, heeh some rumors that Several transactions in real Rfew Standpipe Is All Right that he was a married man and said .that she thought the letter was tie work of some enemies'of his .n Loth- i'the foundations of. the new. standpipe have ta'ken place witain the past lew. 'MAINTAINED HE WAS bridge. STILL On July 9 Rev. Roy interviewed Gardner be still maintained that were not standing satisfactorily and days. The sales were of a local char one thing 1 wish you to understand, -he single at the time of the mar- j ed with A. M. Grace, en- nothing wrong ever took ajld that there was a woman ia on account of the rusfc. of-buyers from out- giving way, -the .Herald ..gfiught outjsjde not, having got in full swing yet. .competent'authority'to pffss an opin- ion, on. the matter. Mr. J. who was .associat- for she was the most .honor- and t4O) mile Lad and Eosalta. Time .64. Farmers' Purse mile and TSiaaa. Bachelors' Purse (ffiO J- mile i-un, lady Iris, Miss Cochrane. 2nd, Mrs. Sand- gathe. Ttoe36-3- Ladies Purse aadw pony race, Fie anfl Togo. Ranchers' Relay Race' and Diris, owned by Doug Wilson. j This pair are exceptionally well train I ed and have won three relay races j lately. Horse Show events were as follows: Saddle Driving J. Linday. Farm Bunt, Sam Tra- vis.- Brood mare and John Mclnnes; J. A. McDonald. Heavy drakght Syndicate, W. Walliag- Light prize amd DeRinzie, After supper a goodly crowd turn- ed out to witness the -football match between Granum arid'Rocky Coulee. In the first half Bell scored a, goal for Granum. The lineup was as follows: Barker; btt Fisher; half backs, Shaw. Mitchell. McMillan; forwards, Bell, RicfearJaon, SmitJi, Allison, Dunbar. Rocky .backs. Fury, Luchia; halfbacks, Mulligan, Hunter, Hollard; forwards. Sherwood Russell, Imouson, Referee, F. E. Halpenny. The football match closed in a very regrettable manner. There WP.S just one minute to play when Cou- obtained a corner kick. As thrt limf was almost up he. th-. ball and kicked quick. Oie of the. G'-anum tiacks thinking it wcs com- ing in to be platfil for n jro.-il Kick caught the bft." so demandwl a penalty kick. The crowd flocked around so that nothing could be done to settle the -argument and continue the play. So the game closed. of one wnoin one c The only thing that jnaikes nie unhap- py -is, she believes aaie ?to be single, 'and L might, as well be for all the happiness evar !had. xl don'-t know what to. do about i Maud. trded thank the best n all ray Englanol persecuting him. Mrs, Gardner, -MacGregor's English, wife, suddenly landed in Strathcona, where lier brother, a Mr. Bartcmiu, rejfttiaed .to thieve them, -oHooemg career done a wrong to any girl .or mother, of three children. Some time rattoer ago Lawson began paying uttentiooa ations for rthe Approaching to Miss G-ladys Fay, of Schenectwly, j wetlt Apace ,even t Prepar- i woman living, write to me. N.-Y., amd. three with her- to this were married. weeks ago eloped city... where they Canadian Pacific Railway company plans for Victoria Harbor, on the Georgian Bay embrace the largest el- j who nad or was warned as to what he" would have.to face, if the marriage took place. MacGregor maintained that he was that he was being by a woman 'in England ,clajm on It is I Should like you to I should be deeply sulted if I tiiought you were Imagin- ing for one ithat I have been with bad -for as God is my witness, I aooade two vows, .and. they were; to act immorally, ror to drink, wMoh up to the present, never betoken. have never written to Maud for _________ ___________________ evatpr in the world, one with a stor- j tfiat he acknowledged to Miss 'BTirke 5 or 6.months. for my affection seem- "They both came to -IjethL- on. Tuesday to make MacGregoi--G4rdmer. t. her story of desertioa Gardner. Chief had: issued for e in telephone communication each other, i Work on the Ar- cola branch long-distance telephone has progressed from the Manitoba.. boundary as far as Filimore, and the WAS laSt, new line is now in actual operation A '-JUSt to Forget j A B [description is given and a request is Mot Working At Royal Collieries jlars a month but she had not receiv- .Work lhas not bean :resumed at the (fed anything from him .since tbe firsti tJRoyal since the agreement Police here set itfae -vear- She was .therefiore oblig .signed. Before the strike The Burns-Johnson fight, as depict- ed by a moving picture machine drew a good crowd -to the opera houae oa Tuesday night.' Tonight the Pollard Opera Co. hold the boards. The annual picnic of the Presby. terian Church Sunday School took place on Wednesday afternoon at Henderson's ranch, short' distance from town. There was a good at- tendance and a. series of impromptu races afforded much interest; and am- usement to the participants as well as the spectators. The outing WM decided success in every particular. The installation'of officers fbr.Pia- cher Creek Lodge I.O.O.F. Xo? 5 took place at the regular meeting lost week by IX D. G. M. Bro: Dempster and were as Bro. Lisdsay; Jfi.G., .Brc. Robtrms; V.G-., Bro. Ees; Rae; Bee. Sec., Bro. ewson; Fin.-Sec., Bro.: Mowat; Treap. Bro. Trysurn; Bro. Conductor, Bro. Hunter; Chaplain, Bro. Rev. Hunter; Bro. Foote; Rt. Rt. Supt. Supt.' V.G. Kelly; Left Sup. Inside Guardian, Bro. Outside Guardian; Bro. Allison; Scene- Supporters, Bros. Hagen and Arm- strong. Among the land seekers from the- American side .who have -been investl-- gating and sizing up the prospects ini- this district during the present sea- son, ehe president of the Land and Cattle Co., of Lacrosse, Wis., Mr. Jd N. Smith has been one of the moat careful. He is weU pleased with the appearance of the localities he. and has options on 480 acres the wife of James Ernest Gardner, who resides there, was inquiring for the scandalmongers to work, and I ;to eam hcr livtnK South- men were being paid by day's had for this sake to stand out a position waitress The agreement signed by the .the Queen's hotel there, civwg District union and .the Western Coal! Irom on A section ten miles On his re- turn here ten days hence Mr. Smith expects to close these 'deals. He is iport, Eng., on March 4 of this year j shield her, and if she writes to vou in charsc of some friends. of which the wrote Chiaf Gillsspie teUing Mm that she dees fnot know your of Soutfiport would jJRoyal Collieries is a .member, did not address) I want y-ou to say I am sin- not her anything of [-cover .the Conditions At the mine, gle, n6t for my ibut hers. Some day I may meet her again, and I am i' I feel towards to do so- here but lier j.hoing new work. it Ae a result a out berself- the arate contract wiJJ have to be signed lhc of Soutiiport this .has not yet been done. Pres- from Citizen's Favor Baseball Grant Medicine Hat, July public meeting of representative citizens in- cluding most of the heaviest tax-pay- ers with but two dissentiog voices voted to recommend to the council that a grant of be made to the Athletic Association to aid in financ- ing the professional baseball club. The team travelled in hard luck early in the season losing fifteen games be- cause of rain. imade that tbe chief make inquiries to j locate him. In reply Chief Gillespie wrote on March 18, and said that he had made inquiry and found that the court ographer's name was James Ei Mac- Gregor, and that he had been princi- pal of a typewriting school in Strath cona and had one here. His right name he found was James E. Gregor-Gardner. Ke has dropped the latter name, and is engaged to be married to a Miss .Burke in June. Chief Armitage in reply scid that, did not think it advisable to advise her that her husband was engaged to be married her. It was the greatest mistake in UP a subscription for PoweJl is my life that I ever ihad anything to self subferibinff and was en- j JLefchbridge any in June i would inform Mrs. Gardner" !he would inform Mrs. Gardner as he that that Nanton will play Leihfcridge t game of Lacrome at 6.15 Monday evening in this citv. Press vs. Y. M. C. tonight at Athletic the :her husband still appeared ;to be court reporter at IjCthbridge but he dkl not judge the matter to be one for police inquiry. About this time R. P. Wallace, do with Maud, but is and very little happiness seems to follow'our family- I may come home in August, but I don't know. I don't want you to worry over me, for I have always got through. With love to all. Your ail SOB, James. P.S. They call me by my name here. I want you to burn my letters. Mr. Wallace immediately wrote to day ,to oomc and when i clerk of the Supreme Court got a let- 29. a law-firm in Winnipeg who he knew HAD MISS BURKE'S ADDRESS the contents known to her, if it ar- rived before the proposed marriage took place. It was thought tkat such a.' letter wouM convince her of real state of affairs. This was on abled te> come out. She says that she has the .certificate in her trunk which she left at LEFT WINNIPEG- In reply to Chief wire to faa.ve MacGregor arrested, the Chief of Police of Winnipeg yesteitlay wired that MacGregor and his sup- posed wife had left Winnipeg about contes the jsatter 'will soon, be adjust- Magrath Boy In Court Again greatly impressed I with the of particularly the sec- tions he has visited, and thinks there is an everlasting- market! here 'for farmers raising either wheat or hay. capitalist from Spokane held tfe attention of the Town Council on Tuesday evening over the proposed: new railway from here to the jary- Another meeting to have 'held evening Was ed on the non-arrival of the otfcer capitalists interested, also from Bpo- who was some The boy Hinley three weeks ago. He had demanded ;mOnths ago found guilty ol his wages end left hurriedly. The ,a ietter from the Magrath offlo. Sort-. js in trouble again. He destination land. Chief Giltespie and another i boy broke into store the other replied tfcat Mac- stole They appeared before r had been seen and interview- Magistrate Stacey yesterday aad jed by Rev. J. j. Roy within the last piiniey was sent up for trial He and sent tbe letter to them with a j three weeks and might still toe in the at present at the R N W M P reauest that they immediately make' city. .No reply to this has yet been received. Bigamy is not an extraditable of- fence and MacGregor and his second wife will 'be safe from prosecution if they get across the line where it is thought Miey ere. Bw- other was'let go on account of his Age. i i i The Press and Y. M. C. meet to- night in a baseball game at Ath- letic Park. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Charles R. Crane, cl? Chicago, vice- president of the Crane Company, been chosen by Presideiii" Taft for the Hinister post of United China. The Dominion Co. Glace Bay, N. S.. wen satisfied with the result yesterday's work, an in- crease of two hundred tons from the mines and thtoe hundred from the hanks wi TJw output WRB brought about .by working.