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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ml i! The Lethbridge Daily Herald i, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1909. WILL HAVE TO PUT UP THE MONEY NO. ISS. M. P. FOR STHATHCONA HAS PASSED AWAY For Local Improve- ments and Be Reim- bursed Next Year No more I'.cal improvements can be done tliis year unless the property- owners bear the whole cost with the hope of being reimbursed next year when the expenditure is passed in a bylaw. This was the decision of the city council "Monday night when sev- eral applications for sidewalks, water and sewer were considered. The Works and Property Commit- tee reported in favor of the 12-foot ce- ment walk on Round St. instead of an eight-foot one as provided in the by-law as per petition presented at last meeting. The mayor proposed to leave the matter over this year as there is a walk there. It would mean the mov- ing of the poles again. The mayor afterwards pointed out that there is a contract already made to put in eight foot sidewalks and to put a motion to leave it over would be a breach of contract. Aid. Oliver thought when they had petitioned for it they should get it. The secretary said there was nion ey provided for the extra four feet and if it were built the property owners would to bear the whole cost. Aid. Bowman pointed out that it would have to be advertised again as the council had no authority to spend money for a 12-foot walk when only an 8-foot walk was chithorized by the bylaw passed. H. B. Miebach asked to have the sidewalk extended 72 feet on the east side of Gait St. along the Windsor, St. when the present walk TMHG St. where the present walk is two Strathcona, July Wilbert doctor had recently purchased Mclntyre, 31.P. for Struthcona con- beautiful home in Strathcona. stituency, succumbed to an acute at- I tack of kidney trouble- at 4.40 0'.clock tauffht school this morning. At un early hour last evening it was decided that only an operation could possibly save the life of the sufferer and he was removed to the General hospital, where it was performed before midnight. Dr. Mc- Jntyrc-did not. rally from the shock of the operation and passed away in a few hours. His first symptoms of kidney trouble developed onb- on July i3Ui. His burial has not yet been decided upon. lie came west many years ago and in an Indian reserve, gaining a knowledge of the Indians that has aided him very materially in his duties as a member of parlia- ment when Indian affairs were dis- cussed. Dr. MoTntyre was one of the ablest Liberal members of the House of Commons from Western Canada. He was a native of Rosedale. Victoria county, Ontario, and was forty-two, years of age. He was educated at Owen Sound Collegiate Institute and Toronto University. He wajs firtft elected to the House of Commons at a bye-election in 1905 and was re- turned again at the last Dominion election >by a large majority. He was a. Presbyterian. Dr. Mclntyre was married only about a year ago. His wife was Miss May Hartley, Sound. The BLAMES BAD ROAfi f OR THE LATE DR. W. MclNTYRE M. P. For Strathcona JURY DIDN'T NAME MURDERER AT FRANK feet higher than the new walk on Bar- oness Aid. Adams explained .that the wa- ter settled on the walks and flooded the Windsor Hotel property. The only .way to do.it is for.Mr. Miebach to foot the whole bill this year and bej reimbursed when the sidewalk bylaw- is, passed next year.... He would have to pay half, the -cost of grading. Aid. Bowman said that the only thing was to get (Mr. Miebach to ap- ply for a local improvement. If it is done; this-year he will have.to bear the whole cost and be reimbursed in 1910 Death Of Miner Blamed On a Person Man Jumped Into Creek After He Was (Special to The Herald) j Peter Sampson, sworn, corroborat- Frank, July Finkney the evidence of the summoned a jury and opened an in- Coroner's Jury Inquir- ed Into Fatality At Pincher Creek (Special to The Herald) Pincher Creek, July to the impressions contained in the information already supplied by your I correspondent anent the finding of a jdead body here 'on Sunday morning jlast, a coroner's inquest was held in the case yesterday over the remains of the deceased, who was a French half-breed. The names of those form- ing the jury were: J. E. Upton, J- H. Borrett, D. C. MeDougall, W. A. Fraser, J. H. Schomeld and James Scott, who returned the following verdict "That Joseph Deignault came to his death on -the morning of July 18th through being thrown from hiis wagon in an -old wash-out while travelling west- from Pincher Creek on the road known as 3Iord- en's lane. In the-opinion of this jury the accident was caused through the disgracefully dangerous condition of this road, and we" would recommend that it be closed to the travelling public until such time as at is put in proper repair. We would also recom- mend that a copy of this verdict be forwarded to the. department of pub- lic works at Edmonton." j At the inquest it was proved b'e- yond doubt that the deceased was un- i der influence of liquor at the time j of the accident resulting in hie death i The remains were interred in the pub- lic cemetery Monday evening, Eev. THE CLEMENCEAU CABINET HAS Tft ____________ 111 BE DONE IN TENTS Paris, France, -July Clem- j vestigatioa committee, led the at-( enceau .cabinet fell suddenly upon the naval under dramatic circumstances at the ]especially during the incumbency of i conclusion of a violent debate over j31. Pelletan and if. Thompson, form-i several days. jerly ministers of marine. But M. j M. Del Casse, chairman of the in-JPisaedk, who succeeded M. Thomp-I j son-, had promised in the name of the i government to complete a-series of; i reforms, both in the administration i 'of the department awl the methods' :of construction, and tihe chamSter ready to vote confidence in the gov i eminent when .an incident occurred i which changed a majority into a i [minority. Premier Clemenceau, who! always has been an adversary of H. j j Bel Casse. smarting under the criti- jCisms and confident of i j of a majority, taunted the ex-minis- City Council Gives Consent After a Discussion The matter of tents to be ter of foreign affairs who was thrown within city limits in order 'overboard by the Rouvier ministry at tO Mp out already i the dictation of Germany, durin- crisis of 1905. Instantly the tO in business but unable to carry on business because of lack of Jan uproar of dissent from both sides clua received considerable, atten- jof the chamber. Del Casse flung niSht at the council. Hot The jthe taunt with bitter words. Hot Harris for D. May wrote ask- i words passed back and forth. The for permission to erect >a tent on ;voteNwas taken aftes an indescribable T- lots, south of the A. R. and the government-' was beaten omces dynv sCreet, he to un- to 176. MGR. BRUCHESI Bishop of Montreal, Who Unveiled Monument to Migncault of ChambEy dertake to take precautions against T- s- Fetterly applied for. permis- Paris, France, July work a j of forming a new ministry to take the place of the Clemenceau regime, siOn to erect tents on corner 1. (Continued on Last Page) CARMANGAY TOWNSITE SOLD BY AUCTION quest on the body of Roos. who died in the Frank hospital yes- terday from the effects of being1, stab- with -the ,fe !rSt Wi.tneSS' j Mr. Hunter oF the Baptist church, wi'tn tne exception that m plavmsr' cards A. Roos lost rfhe who avail- Large Number Of Buyers Attended the Prices Town Has a Beautiful Location .opposite his present location on j which a block is to be. built. He j wanted the tents on. the north west corner of Ford and Smith, streats. i The mayor opposed erecting: tents, :and thought that as Mr. May was put out of business he ougfc-t to-iave .some consideration. Aid. Adams I thought that the same would apply {to the others.' Aid. Oliver said there I was either one thing or the other to ,do, either put up tents or nobody. Aid. Bowman thought I likewise and opposed tents to be rut j Aid. King thought that as a yro- Jgressive people they ought to allow. jmen in particular cases of necessity, jsuch as May's and Fetterly's, to re-X ceive consideration even, as A. H. 3Tc- ;Keown'was permitted to erect a tent. bad no more money when and went'up.town, to get dollars and :against bed at a card game on the outskirts came back with three bottles of beer of Frank on Saturday night. The jurymen are .Tas. Naylor Alex Gogett, A. Manuel, T. McGow- an, C. Howard, and J. A. McDonald. The They again commenced to play cards, when Gage accused Roos of cheating. So was lying on the table at the time. G-age grabbed it and.Roos got himself of th c protest traffic. Mr. F. O. Smith, leader of' the Cit- izens Band, won first prize at the Winnipeg exhibition for cornet solo (Special to The Herald) 'hotel. Xo business man was allowed All the aldermen expressed: sympathy Carmangay, July weather; to buy a foot of property before jxvith the men forced to move, j is fine-today for the auction sale of sale." Then after explaining the map When the council went into com- to enter townsite. A large jthe sale was atarted. r. imittee, Aid. King moved that the pe- the Honor The railway runs along the east-titions D- May and T. S. latterly .7 ;s.de Qf of to erect tents be granted, and that when the money is .voted and passed in the-estimates. A petition from 84 residents and property men in the Duff addition sub mitted a petition for water and sewer on several streets running through that-part of the city. The petitioners will be informed that the council can- not do the work this year as there has been no apropriation made for this ex penditure. inquest .opened'at 11 a.m. at j "P and struck -him twice, whereupon the police barracks and adjourned i tfle boss of the shack ordered them til four p.m. to secure witnesses. all out. When Roos and J. Sworn evidence Stew- j Kalouski had a tussle and Kalouski art, of bhe R.X.W.M.P., showed that jfeli with Roos' on top. Sampson he was called up by telephone and could not part them as Kalouski had toW that a row was on in No. five h-is right arm over the neck of Roos shack in the outskirts of Frank. He" Aj' at once Roos got up- and ran for and Constable Meakin proceeded to the river, Kalouski chasing him and the scene.at .once: When he arrived throwing stones at him. Sampson he found a man lying face down on ran down to pull Roos out of the the grass, apparently dead. He had. river with the help of the other boys the body removed to the shack and and .land him on the bank of the seat for Dr. Malcolmson, who arrived, j river.. in Ms j itors. J the of the jband and the towitspeople generally are not a little proud of Mr. Smith's achievement. so investors-from older towns, and jwill. cross_by even from far away cities." About 10.30 this morning T. Morris, with a few introductory remarks means of a high level ;they undertake to make all prods- C. bridge. The townsite is to the east jions fire. of the track. The avenues The ma7or said that tfce locations auctioneer, opened the sale paranel wi.th the miiway are fol, i and size of the tents ought to introductory remarks Grand, Alberta and istipulated 'that change of Jo- ACCIDENT AT SUNDIAL Sundial, Alta., July eGo. Grenier of Sec. 16., Tp. 15, R. 19 had a serious accident on July 3 by fall- ing in the cellar by which she broke her hand seriously bruised her- self. Dr. Woodcock was Called and he set the fractured hand. At "pres- on the scene shortly after. A jack- knife was found near the patient, about six inches long, lying in the grass covered with blood. Neil Dempster, sworn, stated that about 5.30 he was in shack Xo. 5 breast. He took hold of it and pull- ed 'out a'knife and threw it on the grass. He then -ran for the doctor.' and later for the police. Further evidence was given of sim- ilar importance. The jury retired at in a verdict with five others. Shortly after An-j-I1 P-m. and brought gus Roos and four others came into 'that Angus Roos came to his death They were -drunk and by being stabbed in the breast by a play Roos end Party or parties unknown. eht she is doing as well expected.' tfae shack. wanted to one, Mike G-age. got into I and Mike accused Roos of trying to cheat, whereupon Roos hit Gage twice. G-age went out of the shack. Will Take Out 4OO Tons a Day At the Royal Mine will now commence the sale of the townsite of Carmangay which is in .a new district of. Sunny Southern Alberta which is now attracting- more settlers than "any part of America, Jparmangay is 25 or 30 miles from the nearest town, in the centre of one of the best if not the best country m Canada. On the -author- ity of Vice-Pres. Wm. Whyte of the C. P. R. I can say that the new rail- way frem Lethbridge to Carmangay will be in operation by November 1. The steel will''be laid to Carmangay Prairie, ,_ while the streets run at' cation and' not be ,_ right angles to the tracks, and axe without knowledge of the council; called Arnold. Camburn, Elinore, Carman, Truman, Whitney and Arm- Mr. said has tents 16 square. Mr, before that date probably early followed. Then an altercation took place between one P. Kalouski, and botJi fell to the ground. After Roos got up he ran towards the river and in so doing knocked down a man he ran against. Roos jump- led into the river and.Kalouski chased 'him along the shore throwing any-! I thing he could get his hands on at Pittsb'urg, July strike sit-; him. Finally Roos got up near some GAVE MINISTER HIS PASSPORTS in October. The water supply is all right, from wells from twelve to fif- teen deep and besides there is an un- limited supply in the Little Bow riv- er. A coal expert has located coal across the river .-within a mile and a half from the main street. The coal is found under a layer of sandstone. "The only lots withdrawn, from the Brown said that Mr.- Hay's' would 40x90 feeti Aid. Oliver -did not think it aafe to erect a. tent for AW. tftey understood that Mr. contracts with com- and he would be loser if the tent was not allowed.. TO, Ald- Oliver said that the council When the otfcer corner been criticized strong. The- station will be. opposite the end of Carman street, so the corner of Carman street and Pacific "avenue will be the busy centre of the new town. The one corner was reserved for the new forty-room hotel, which will be built tents and was time to stop. The mayor enough allowing shacks in the city and it. hotel was put up the game-was started and bids came thick and fast for the two lots only, and were sold to A. J. Robertson for The aiso should_______ lots all'along Pacific avenue brought therefore put in the good figures. There was keen compe- j months be the time tition for the corner lots, while some who secured an inside lot were allow- ed to .take the other inside lots at the same figure. mission. thought -that. a time _ given in tfee per- Aid. Bowman thought the test and most honorable way was 'tor do away sale are the four lots reserved for a Some of the Pittsburg Strike Is At An Friendly Relations Between Bolivia! I-a stated here and Argentine Ceases x, Bolivia, July A., C. Flummerfelt, president of the Royal Collieries, and H. N. G-aler, (general manager of the same com- ipany, were ia the city yesterday j looking after matters in connection with the company. Mr. Flummerfelt informed The Her- iald that extensive improvement will OUR RIFLEMEN SWEEP to. uation in the Pittsburg district ap- pears to be -somewhat brighter today than at any time since the employees of the Pressed Steel Car Company at Preston, and of the Standard Steel Car Company and three subsidiary concerns at Lyndorf, Pa., left their work. Practically all of the men employed by the Standard Steel Car 'Company will return to work to- day, following tfce adjustment of the difference existing between the em- 'pibyes of the company last night. The principal contentions of the employes' was granted by the pany. i be made at the Royal Collieries at once. They are putting in a new j hoist and boiler, a modern box-car today that Argentina's jloader> raihvay soales and generall> Canadians Away In the Lead at Bis- with that clause. He believed buyers were keeping the by-laws or doing away- the following: Pioneer Lumber Co., j with them, to which Aid J (a site on Pacific J. W. Mac jHutton expressed his approval, j Donald, Mr. Nesbitt, Canadian Bank j The motion to allow the tents jof Commerce (two lots on corner of Jbe erected for two months was i Grand .and and P. Lund, 'passed. j Among the visitors from Leth- (bridge were Messrs. W. R. Dobbin, f> jri iCook. Coons, Gibbons, Mason, Hugh D. C iTaylo. r. Harris, F. L. Mackenzie, J. and Kalouski tried to get at .reason for breaking off diplomatic re- jwill improve the plant to take out at him, when one Sampson rushed after jlatfons with Bolivia four hundred tons in an eight- Kalouski and pulled him .back, and'the result of a telegraphic circular jhour shift- to reach this called for the other men to help him v., _ _ capacity and the improvements installed this year. This year they will build a large office building and workmen's cottages. Next year they will prospect all issued by the president of the latter pull Roos out, which they did. He was nearly drowned, with a knife- rePu'blic wound in his breast, and was bleed- i >n which he alluded in offensive f his provincial governors ing profusely. Dr. Malcolmson. sworn, said he was called to No. 5 shack about ten p.m. on the night of the l'7th and found Angus Roos on a bed in the shack, i to the arbitration handod down by awarU recently of Ar- gentina in the matter of the bound- ary dispute .between Bolivia and'Peru their ground, making examination by diamond a view to plant. putting in -a systematic drills with still com- DEATH AT ST. JOHN, N. B. ,St. John, July J. Me- Laughlin, ex-president of the St. John Board of Trade, was stricken with with j only a s-hirt and underclothing and also the Bolivian president's or-1 Mr. Flumraerfelt-. says that they on, unconscious, and also very wet. to the municipal officials at He had him removed to the hospital Paz to suspend the centenary feasts ami next morning found him con-'j and treat the day as one of national .realize that Lethbridge .js large and important centre. That is one reason why he as a director of the Eastern scious But could not give any partic- misfortune. Argentina considered tj Townships Bank supported the idea ulars of the circumstances, and died incompatible with dignity to main-tol .their opening a branch, ihcre. about 3.30 p.m. on the 18th. It wasiraJn diplomatic relations with Boliv- his opinion that death was caused! by j ia under the circumstances and hemorrhage due to a stab in ed her minister at La Paz to retire. heart trouble and died suddenly to- jthe breast with a knife, which was j The Argentine government yester- day at St. Andrews, where he was visiting his July far received from indicate that J. L, Cote, is elected to the Alberta W. F. Bredin farmer produced jn court and still covered with blood. Constable Harrison, who was in Lundbreck in civilian clothes, saw two mon on the railway track and one pointing oast to the other man. Speaking of. Royal City, Mr. Galer said that they hoped to have a post- office soon. A large hotel will be erected as soon as the owner is as- (day the Bolivian minister sured that he can secure a license. passports and ordered him to leave. Both gentlemen are officials of the the city wittvin twenty-four hours. International Com and Coke Co., of The Argentine minister to Bolivia Coleman. They said that yesterday .i Fiske. _ The chtied" business centre will .be at Bisley. July first two rang- the corner of Carman and Grand for iey Ranges Commission cs of the HIST, stage of the King's prized wore fired yesterday and by all it looks as if Canada's representation among 300 eligible to fire in the second stage will be quite a.-; good if not better than it was last year, when twelve men qualified. Last year of. 18 men with scores of 63 or better at these two ranges, 12 got The most of the merchants have bought on Carman, street or Grand avenue, i ine government of British- Colum- Carmangay is situated at a bend in has appointed a forest commia- the Little Bow river. In'the flat in- Their work will be to ascertain side the horseshoe bend in the river i the timber resources of the may to is a splendid site for an athletic perk also any defects .there w but there would be one drawback, j the laws concerning the of for an artificial grandstand WOuld j timber with a view of making some- never pay for the nails because there j recommendations to the legislature to into the 300. This year Canada hasithe surrounding banks. The L ttle 22 men with scores of 63 or better iBow ajxl the fan" buildings o and if the .same proportion is main- a? are __ j ____ _i ____ ,j i.._. ,at tne fora of the C Carma? are !ocated was also to leave La Paz immediate- that mine started working a double ly. The rupture was brought about j shift and now the production of coal evidently pointing out-the way for by Bolivia deciding to submit to par- j should run from two thousand to him to go when Constable Harrison liament. for consideration of the arbi- {twenty-two hundred tons' per day promptly arrested him on informa- .tration award rendered by President! They were out in the afternoon for tion by telegraph from Frank describ Alcorta. of Argentine, in the automobile rifle with C. G. K, wanted. He was taken arv -dispute .between Bolivia and Peru N'ourse amf saw the country west of ,which in itself was considered city. They were much pleased ;.cicn.t reason by Argentine for break-'with the crops !hey saw and consid- off of diplomatic relations with creci that the touniry was looking !Bolivia. very well. to Frank and up. It was soon found that he was John Kalouski the who is supposed to have com- inittcd the. scabbing. tained Canada should have fourteen men in the second stage. Last year scores of 95 at three ranges in the Irst stage got into the second and only one of the Canadians, appears )e hopelessly out of running. Corpor- al Copping, of Montreal, though the :hance of Captain Forrest, of Van- couver, is a very slim one. Corporal .V. Sprinks, of Toronto, leading with perfect score of 70. HP is loading at the two ranges and if lumber can do as well at the 600 should win'Bank of Commerce, real estate office medal offered for the hardware and furniture stores' est score in the first stage. jone barber shop, drug store London. July extraordinary which wfts found too small so a larg- KUCCPSS of Canadians in almost sweep- icr one has been built. a doctor's of- ing the board- nt Bisley as one paper one harness shop, three restaur- pnts it, is the subject of groat one jewelry store, one butcher would be accommodation for thous-jbe used next session in the amending ands on the natural grandstand on of the laws. This action shouM have and doubt- less win have an important on the lumber business of Alberta the great bulk of the lumber supply of this province comes from British Columbia. A. C. Flummerfelt, who was in tfe city yesterday, is one of the commis- sioners. The other two are Hon. F. J. Fulton, chief commissioner oCJaiki and works for British river. About four and a half years ago Mr. Carman lo jcated here and secured much of the land around. With wise foresight he 'u secured the land of which present 01 townsite forms a small part. At the top of the hil] leading, from the ford there has .been a general store for about three years and noth- ing else until about two months ago. but today there is quite a cluster of buildings including three general mcnt here. If a representative of two food stables, one black- Maple should win the Kinjr's jsm'th shop, post office ami ton prizf> the present will undoubtedly known as Canadian year. (Continued on Lafet Page) S. Goodev P. of Rowland. The commission intend to 'have their sessions at once. CLOUDBURST IN WISCONSIN Milwaukee, Wis., July An evening Wisconsin special from Ashland, Wis., reports a cloudburst in. northern Wis- consin with loss estimated at J ;