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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald SIR WILFRID BIG SENSATION SPOKE TO WAS EXPLODED Kttbrldge. WILD HORSES B British System ofGov emment and Free dom Praised .Somerset, Man., July i8.-The en_ tire population waited at the station on Saturday to give a fitting recep. 'tion to Sir Laurier arid wien the premier arrived there a scene of enthusiasm such as ha." seldom' witnessed. paw a high tribute :'to Engh'sh .system of government- I appear before he said a Frenchman ;but a in Canadian n fullest sense ot the word. This land of ours under tie British con- a land of freedom, of of urosneritv v jg Toronto, July i6.-A sensation was exploded when the analvsis of the of .-the three year old child Brown, failed to show a trace of strychnine as was suspected The police are unable to find Dumas and his wife, who were said to have received 1200 for the care of the HAVE BEEN INDIANS EXPECT. ON TUESDAY DEATH OF POPULAR YOUNG SCHOOL BOYJ The death occurred yesterday Harold Eyvind Dieseth the Round Up Conducted byDi-.Gallivanwaa Successful Creek, July i6.-The band of been roaming 4. u J tile Sounds in anti coated flooded river beds f 1" "Heap big- rain next Tues- say the Indians up- on--the Blood.Reserve, south- I west of Here, some of whom 1 were in _ the city Satuntav. I reported that many of j. that were caning in J valleys of the creeks and I TWO STRIKES ON GRAND HON. F.OLIVER IS HEARD of 904 Courtland street De- eased, who came to Lethbridge with M parents last iall, was very ifh hie ith his school at Central school wlie-e he attended, .with..his-fellow members of the Knox church-Snnday school. The funeral ar- rangements will not De made until it is known when a sister, who resides 'n the States, will arrive and it is to yon, my-feMow in- duty, j never were such institutions institution, for the fU and ln lts our 'boast that the sun does not Up- r the land of Canada." pronouncements upon the .'object of transportation in Canada NEW STATION AT CARMANGA C. P. K. is Also Building Bridge There-Trains to til Saskatchewan rivers for twenty years at least, is at ailed. Many attempts have on made to capture these horses but they always succeeded in getting! away from their pursuers until within WE'LLAND -DRUGGIST -WAS INSTANTLY KILL-ED Welland, Ont, July H wi aged 30, manager of the'Hen- Drug store here accidentally -s shot and killed here last A friend, a policeman, from him some days ago Trainmen and Tele- graphers Vote to Strike Montreal, July; 17.-APparently Edmonton, July I8._prtote de- spatches from' .Alaska from Hon that master awav frhm th m getting mm some days ago th, I IT PUrSU6rS mm 'within Laing. was wn r srs3 all. _ _----ii-.i-uv.vcu ma he snapped it and the bai Railway and its yardmen and conductors .close at hand and.it will'de Pend upon Che attitude to -be taken by the company whether there is an Grand and there Saturday. The minister to be in Dawson Tuesdav left -Edmonton JuTa down the Athaba-ska and MURDER AT Police by the Police who escorted him across the into AGED COLORED WOMAN he form route from ocean to ocean the Canadian Pacific Rail people thought there would not fee enough .business for it but the came rapidly. Now ,there the National Trans continental Rv and'that, will be constructed from ocean to ocean before many years are Past. You wfli then have, with Canadian Northern, .am optimisttc enough to .these, three are constructed 'aii0ther The Minister of Railways also made an important reference to the Hud- son's Bay railway: "What Carmangay, July 16.__Ic ceiebra_ on of. the safe of. the Champion townsite on July 19th there will bea baseball match between the Clever ville (in future to be'known as the .team and the Carmangay The day promises to be a great one or all as a dance is arranged the evening. new station is now fceing stfarfr.' 1 promises to be a large and minion..Veterinary, to the effect that he believed the horses were affected with glanders and equine syphilis, and vere a. menace on the range.. The Do- minion government awarded the con- tract of gathering the horses 'to Mac- smgill Bros., the well-known South Saskatchewan ranchers. They quicklj got together a number of the best rid eds in the .district, and string ot 150 saddle horses left for the favor ite grazing ground of the wild buncos The party included besides Graham Massingill Albert Metzel George Ireland, Bow- man, Evans, Colwell, Brooks and D- uc p-to-date one. It will iave the usual v Vi rr WAJ.f JJ1 2 Gallivan. Dominion Veterinary The horses were found in" smaL bunches in different parts of the country. a bunch was sjgftted nder would start it up and the ani- mals would invariably run in a large circle, returning to where they started from. The next morning, riders would be stationed, about five miles apart -n Joints near the circle. When the men Tvere in position the hunch'-would be started again, the first rider chasing t as far as possible for the first five miles. 'the rapid construction of the difficulty is to ascer- which is the best iarbor. Church- HI or Nelson. We have sent'two ves- sels to Hudson's Bay to investigate harbors and as soon as we get reports that road will -be rush mrough with all possible So ttuit in near future you will not on y fcave railways bUt Wi" have the Jt of a line of your own in .'West- ern Canada to carry your goods from the heart of tfce West straight to markets of the world." upstairs on the first floor. It will be heated by a furnace in the cellar will be solid concrete to some .nee above the surface Of the ground. The foot C.P.R. bridge isnow being erected, and will be a fine struc vare when completed, the creates will De 140.feet. 'It is expect- to be ready for service early in Ociober, and trains are expected to run through to Champion in Novem- ipr RAN AWAY WITHAN AUTO A warrant was on Saturday issued for the arrest of a man who gave the name of M. Goodison. The char-e THERMOMETER BROKE RECORD miles. When'the horses reached th .rider.he took and Kept them on a high run until he me the third rider. -In this way the wilo bunch would be forced to travel as far as 10 miles in a forenoon.' When the norses had been running for some time t was an eas? matter tQ pjcfc er As soon as he was spotted, Albert Metzel, one best snots in the SUNDAY Wmmmm Compared With Sunday Be fore the Disastrous Fire N.-B., July 17. _ xt eems barely possible that only last Sunday night.some thousands of peo- ple happy and contented inhabitants of this thriving town were comfort- ably seated in cosy little churches white to-night only about five hundced remain to gaze upon a pile of ashes, all that remains in, the place after the fire of the following evening. To- night there was no'church and the good people who were present dt the worship of their, God last Sunday are now widely scattered in various the. second strike vote on the Grand Trunk were Bunted and it was 8tated .that -Woo that 50 were against tie Pres. aeWi ffs i stantly She was walking train and >v Mrs. in the civil, war. that he would he Monday morning it- meeting that there win ,be further conferences anting; definite is decide? stated by the leadera the men view sec- ond decisive vote .fehey will Jav the the DESTROYED ---------1- ii-A V the company must-grant them It fa stMed ._ taat if Became evident that company W not intend to meet finis atnke would .be called without de- Bush fires Ate Raging All Through Crow s Jfcsl Pass Herald) The Police Had Hard Chase After Alleged Murderer to the Fernie, July r to-day of a murder having ted at Jaffray, tiirty last night..about eleven dock, L. Pellrinter, an riong .on. the C.P.R; the place, was instantly Jail- by inifetstabs in; inflict- so it is stated Dy-a-'iaborer nam- Jcom- ve -m height, wearing brown- cloth- and ,a- Of. a I reported "that of ...i Jll3y auuL5 in cne country, would ride close to the bunch and shoot him. After the horses were thoroughly' tired the rid'ers would "come togethe- and head them into the and After two -menths hard ridlne ISO ead were brought into Massingill Bros, wnere they are being tested for sease Abcut 50 leaders thoso p jju 5CC- .tionsof the Lave eren gone as far as the Western Coast while others have but oroised the" home river, but at all events it would be impossible to assemble more than Mtj or the congregation of a week ago-. The suffers still- remaining however, didn't JltLlLllj the open air mustered to worship nr fcml c-___.-_ LU worsniD cth, held by the Catholics and Protestants. The for- mer on the site of the Church of Our Lady, _and the latter in the Ruahing, Strike Breakers Huron, Mich., July Past -forty-eight hours the Trunk railway officers have rushed strike -breakers to everv poTn on its lines. Tie has conducted quietly and >but for the fact that .the Canadian Immigra- tion officers turned back one-hundred Ota noon, the matter would not public. Forty strike stationed at this point to Doming at 6.30 o'clock it that enaior's McLaren's sawmill sit-' uated between Blairmore and THE SUSPECT I _ the here. jail f G. i-ue fire fighters were in.saving'the lumber the vard e >ara. The loss is'be- TRAIW PASSENGERS tween and discovered if Bought tbat it was of incendiarVorig. Lv at noon in charge of Iieu. The have a hun- school grounds. (Continued on "page Yesterday Was the Hottest Day For Last Ten Years The thermometer at the Dominion Government Meterological Station here yesterday afternoon registered 103 degrees Fah. C. B. Bowman, keeps the records, says .that this is the onhe on the range A Lp- T, io UUC JM that of the theft of an automo- h haS been ten h V that been kept '-.j c SHH cilj and ie bun-h represents all ag6Sj ;ron, the colt up to 20 7ear; and When the animals were being chased -the sucking colts -would dZ out and the mares paid no them whatever. to The imbranded Corses are Creek, aad bo SAYS FRENCH WILL CONDEMN Telegraphers' Vote ti. July per cent. of the1 Railway Telegraph- Grand Trunk has been a strike un-1 their demands for ah increase i I vote the Property at are reported to be -.j _. into prominence on _ r JU, -and Miss Patterson at once appreciation of prompt nongr efforts, when the train stopped o went out. towns Dense clouds of "smoke could b was m Abridge a, Lethbridge aU day considerable quantity of ashes feH at times. Trainmen report that the fires start about thirty miles west of m an .appropriate speech, Miss Patterson, with a' ehalf of the. passengers, young gin .who was m was left. WILL SAVE'.THE SALARY into Marie offered for sale. COMMISSION STARTS London Times GVe Fore- cast of Inspector-Gen- era] s Report ident for Telegraphers, with the'com- in charge of the negotiations counted the ballots. It was state 'by Mr. Campbell that the vote was an _ unusually ]ar.ge one K A -4- i Mea can be obtained tion Goodison took, to the direc- and little