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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY. JULY 3fl, .'999. NO. IM. JUDGE TOOK LENIENT VIEW Bow Island Gas Well Case-Cases Of Theft Disposed Of in the District Court this monnnj: J uuge Winter uispuscu ui suvvrai cajei. August 'Humbly was up lor setting lire to the Ola Glory at Bow island. The judgu took a lenient view uf the case considering that Trembly'si action was a piece of carelessness and had no criminal intent. He therefore suspended sen- tence and bound him over for to appear for sentence when called. The judge took occasion to strongly advise that certain notices be put near the woll and that the place be fenced in to protect. TV owners of, such property should take step? to protect property and put up i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The new Ottawa city directory places the population at Woods and Conrad, two New York thieves, who robbed McMillan's jewel- ry .store, of Montreal, of hundreds of diamonds, but subsequently restored them, pleaded guilty today and were remanded for sentence. Tenders have been received by the Ottawa government for the erection of a refinery in connection with the llo.val mint. The lowest bid it is understood is that of Maurice Whelan of Ottawa., who will get the con- tract. EVELYN AFTER A DIVORCE NOW WATER MAINS BURST AT FRANK Town Was Without Water and Electric Light-Mines Had To Close Harry Thaw Doesn't Seem To Be Concern- ed About It PHOTOED IN FRONT OF KINRADE Hamilton, Ont., July An indication of the wide .spread interest aroused by the Kinrade murder ease was shown this ;ifternoon when a group of delegates to the convention of Locomotive En- gineers w'-re photographed jn front of the home oh Hprkimer street. HORRIGAN IS FOUND JOHN DRYDEN IS DEAD AT TORONTO Former Minister Agriculture In Ontario TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Albert W. Barber, superintendent of the Ontario division of C.P.R. tele- graphs, died at Toronto after a long iljness, death being due to a compli- cation of diseases. The bye-election in the fourth dis- trict of Prince county, P.E.I., will be held August 18. Hon. Joseph resigned his seat to contest the dis- trict again. Samuel Tweedie, a prosperous I young fanner near Shelbourne, Ont., was killed while operating a hay fork In drawing it back to reload, the fork struck a block, slipping the book and he was struck on the bead. White Plains, N. Y., ther Harry K. Thaw, nor his counsel showed much interest today in a re- port that Evelvn Nesbit Thaw intend ,_ Sunday last, when he got separated x ed to hring divorce suit as soon as meats prior to the defeat of the Rose iirom his friends, while on a fishing [excursion, was brought in safely to- !government in 1905, died this even- A JuJ 3Q Hop Toronto. July 29.-The Hon. John who has been i Dryden, Minister of Agriculture for i Ontario in several Liberal govern- HENDERSON IS NOT RESIGNING AN OLD TIME CITIZEN IS DEAD D. J. McKay, Who Came Here In 18S5, Passes Away ing fires fs likely to Kid to disas- j of trous resxilts. Cameron Ranch Looting Jacob Wavcik. accused of (Special to the Herald) Frank, July 29. Owing to faea- iiotices that lighting matches or mak- j vy fains that fell for three days the week the Frank water [mains burst, and consequently the town was without water and electric Xo. x mifle ghut down ow- IQ workin? j phrase that he was not "medically" property from the old Cameron Ranch Vo 2 is sunk o00 i insane. although he might have been was the next. case. Juiljii' Winter js fllled wawr -legally- so when he killod Stanford clung to has oft-repeated quired as to the ivrurn of thi> pro- perty and C. F. P. Conybeaiv. K.C. explained that the- accused had ad- mitted taking .sunnj articles and thest had bwi returned though nut put pumps being unable to work., It is i expected everything will be in work- ing order by the first of August. The White. Thaw's replies exhibited a calm con showed he was satisfied the present proceedings clpsed. Although District Attorney Jerome ;day hy a tug from Thunder Cape, announced at the close of yesterday's session of the sanity hearing that he was "through" with Harry K. Thaw, he recalled him to the stand this mor ning. Examination was started al- ong tjie lines that this far have yield ed his side the best results. He prob into Thaw's own ideas of >h s men- tal condition and contrasted his an- swers with those of the alienists who at various times pronounced him in- sane. Thaw water pipes have been repaired. his Previous showing and sure company -have had a large gang of itlmt h" WttS a for the district in place. He said boys took men nijrht and day ami the attorney. He asked for the reports thf- balance'but these and other things j w.uer was turned on today. 'Ol of the experts and pointed belonging to the place had not been i __ _ _x. iout. several alleged inconsistencies. returned. The judge- fined him and cost s-oi prison with nam mum-, .-v m'-uu to his oW-Mends and leaves ,with his went his surety. Waycik was ordered for statcs_ Many in default 3 months in for yeal.s% ig hard labor. A friend large gang of A day viiiri turned on today. I Dr. O'Ha.gan, who has been, practic- i i-ng in Frank. Lille, and iilairmore i good-bye also corrected -Jerome on 'some ing. He w-as recognized as the best i i-Minister of Agriculture Ontario ever had. For many years he resided at Brooklin, Ontario county and always sat for South Ontario in the Legisla- ture. He was a prominent Baptist and was associated with many busi- ness concerns. The town of Dryden. on the main lice of the C.P.R. was after him. D. D. Mann Would Not Be Nominated If He HON. L. P. BRODIEUR questions and'exhibited no nervous- One of Delegates to the Im- ness. perial Defence Conference OFFER A REWARD Glace Bay. N. S., July County uf Cape Breton offered reward for evidence leading to the conviction persons who atfi.-rnpt- to bl Lethbridge has lost another old-t-ica- j er by the death of Daniel James Mc- Kay, which took place at.-tlie home at his grandson, D. J. McKay, at Rocky Coulee about noon yesterday. Mr. McKay ha? been quite ill all spring and -summer and about thre-; weeks ago had to take to his bed. The deceased was seventy-nine years of age, having been Ijorn at Stellar- ton, Fictou county, Nova Scotia -ia 1830. Nearly fifty-three years ago September 1356 he was married Isabella Ann Fraser who also lived in Stellarton. Two years ago last September Air. and Mrs. McKay celebrated their golden wedding' in Lethbridge. resigning my seat in the house of j In 1885, they came to Lethbridge, common? to let D. D. Mann of the j being one of the% first of the many Nelson.. July is not the slightest foundation for tin; stol-y sent out from Toronto that I intend Canadian NVtrthern have said Heud M. P. for Halton. )l..w up Manager Simpson's who yesterday in Nelson. "And :e, and for Mmilar evi-1 what is he continued., "'even deuce who off the buinb at Gardiner mine yesterday. President Ross oi the. Dominion Coal offers reward for tlie conviction of persous who as- saulted tlie "7 year old man named IXfcPrwrson. wliile on iittend his siswr's hini'rsi at Wayer- lo rd. to return all stuff belnujrinc TO thi. Cameron ranch. Magrath Boys j jrr. The Majrrath boys, Richard Passn-y i Lille. regrets aro exprossed at his departure. and D. Hindley who were accused of breaking into Dr. drug store 20 were up. Passey t-rit-'i? -aT. once. HV- H and stealing to be pleaded truilty. e is sixteen year.- of age. His father undertook to keep the boy at home and look after him and worn surety for him for for his. appearance if nailed on. Hindley's father undertook to send the boy to a school at Salt Lake City for such boys at his own -expense. The judge accepted the father's bond for to see that the boy w.ent. TO the school and was kept out of mis- chief. Off on Suspended Sentence Gilroy 'Brown, who was accused '.if stealing a horse from T. Kwing, ad- mitted the crime when before Judge Winter yesterday and was allowed to go" on suspended sentence, his father being bound, over for hi> future good behavior. The boy was only fifteen- years of age. He explained his 1'engineer general of France, arrived in Frank ves- terday. He, is interested in the C. A. C. it C. Co. Several other ials are expected on the 4th of Aug-: ust to niak-e a general inspection the Frank mines. CALGARY MAN WON C-iJgary, July strong and with a line bnrst of speed that surprised cvtrybody who saw the rare, J- F. Fitzgerald, the Calgary champion cmssed tin- finishing line of the tiitfea mile race yards ahead thf Guelpli- runner. finished fn-sh and strong.- Meadows PAYNE PRESENTS TARIFF BILL t Majority Leader Contends That It Marks a Downward Ten- dency From Present Rates Of Duty Washington, July When major- ity leader Payne, head of thr Kuuse conference '.m the tariff bill, which bear-; his name, rose in the House of- Representative? today to present the report, of conference commit- tee the two houses on the bill, the measure had been in conference for collapsed as soon a duction on many of the itenii in the schedule amounts to about 50 per cent, and this reduction includes average than those collected upon cottons last year. The rates -on cot- ton hosiery are generally increased, tn the much contested matter of the rate on gloves, the high tionista fail to score. They sought, through an increase by the House to raise the duty materially above the Dingley figures but wt-re antagonized by the Senate and thi; won, the only change-" in the schedule. Senate made one slight reduction. The silk sched- ule was reconstructed with a view of imposing specific rather than ad- steel rails. There is an increase on valorem duties with the result that UNREST AMONG INDIANS Department Officially Holding Inves- tigation in Northern B- C. Ottawa, July investiga- tion shows that the condition of un- rest among the Tndians of Northern British Columbia is due to the pro- test of the Men against the in- vasion of white men into his ancient precincts. One or two of the chiefs are endeavoring to convince the In- j SENATOR STONE SLAPS A NEGRO Waiter On a Train Didn't Bring the Senator's Lunch Quick Enough To Suit the Missourian Baltimore, July that dians that they are to be robbed of htt the circumstances the assault was their lands which not all been j justified, Police Magistrate mapped out as reserves. j today dismissed the charge against Some years ago Chief Capilam- went Senator William J. Stone, of Missou- to England to interview King Edward but did not see His Majesty. Since then the influx of wbite men to Nor- ri, of having attacked Lawrence G. Brown, a negro waiter on a Pennsyl- vania railroad train. was discourteous in the extreme. I feel you had sufficient provocation in reprimanding and striking Brown. I dismiss you." The crowd ttpptaudod until the ma- thern British Columbia has greatly Justice Grannan. said: able to understand their position. Thej great deal and fully appreciate the Indian Department, accordingly has j treatment you received at the hands sent out two commissioners, Messrs, of Brown, who, it has been shown, Vowell and Stewart, and they aro now Hazelton completing the re- serves The Department takes the ground thht if the white men stake on In- dian lands the enforcement of the gistrate rapped sharply for order. The case grew out of .an incident TinciaJ government. However, there tnp yesterday of Senator is no anticipation of any serious j stono from Philadelphia, to Washing- ton. The trip was interrupted here last night, when a policeman entered the senator's car, arrested and sent him to the station house in the pa- trc! wajfon, accompanied by Brown. Senator Stone anrt his counsel took their plaoe-s in the ordinary prison- er's when the case was called. An attorney for the Pennsylvania On Monday A. R. I. Co. will put on a daily through passenger j requested that the charge he dismiss- trail service to Great Falls. It will, j ed. but Brown insisted upon the trial trouble. Daily Service To Great Falls William B. Martin, the Pullman con ductor testified that the senator threatened to "have the whole bunch fired." Counsel for Mr. Stone pleaded the immunity of senators from arrest and was overruled Uy Magistrate Grannan. who said that under 'the law they are I liable to arrest for any breach of the j pea ce. The court then asked Sena- tor Stone to give his version: The senator said he had given Brown an order for some lunch and also for a! drink. j The latter was not brought as h j requested and he sent Brown, back to correct his mistake. Still the ordc-r was not properly filled Brown, when reprimanded, was dent. The senator's order for lun- cheon, he said, he found upon inves- tigation, waiting in the kitchen after other guests had bees served a finished eating. "The fellow said Uie sen ator, "and I uttered ed to make Kim sit up .and no- tice. T was angry at being made to wait so long, and when I reprimand- ed tho waiter structural steel ready for use and also A slight increase on razors, nip- I pers' and pliers, and on such new metals as Tungsten. Rough lumber goes down from to per thousand feet, with a corresponding reduction in the differential on dres- sed lumber. The wool -schedule un- derwent no change of consequence, but the. entire cotton schedule was and the greatly .changed in the hope of pre- venting reductions through decisions by the courts such as have charac- terized the administration of the Dingley la-w during the latter years, Bates intended to be imposed by the Dingley law were cut by these decisions, the reductions in. some in- stances being from 6 to 8 per cent. advance. It- is estimated that the rates fLsed by the bill are about "three per cent, higher upon an the average duty will be somewhat (Continued on Back Page.) if 1 did resign Mr. Mann would not. get the seat, for the Conservatives of Halton have enough good men in their own ranks from whom to select a successor to me when the taint conies to do so, without going out- side the. riiling for a candidate. Of course-, it. Ls said that :Mr. Mann was born in Halton and that he there- fore could appeal to the people of the county with crood grace, but I may say that such a plea would not be very effective as. a vote getter. As I remarked before, the Conserva- tives ample material from which to select a candidate when for any reason I Discussing the matter further. Mr Henderson said that he was now get ting up in age, being 68 years olri and it was only natural that h r should begin to think of retiring fo when the next election come arounc he would be well over 70 and migh not consider himself physically n to undertake the work -of a rigorous campaign, in which the party of course, would to find another candidate. HP had drawn the at tention of tlu.- Conservatives of Hal- ton to this aspect of the matter at their last meeting and advised them to be looking round for another man in ca.stj In- should not be in a position to again the party candidat- ure, f. This was absolutely the only talk '-'of his retirement that there had been and on that occasion hac intimated his intention of holding hii seat, during the present parliament if spared to do so. CRUISER SHELLING MOORS ON MOUNT Troops Reported To Be In Control h Barcelona-Women Fight With the Men Madrid. July despatch- es received here shortly alter noon they were unable to carry off. After the tribesmen had retreated w ,K today, from Melilla say that the of burying Spanisy dead, after iyin Spanish cruiser Nnmaaoa is now loug -n the be strictly a passenger train will make close connections with the Great Northern. The exact time of and arrival has not yet been Brown testified that Senator Stone used abusive language to him in con- nection with the order. sayJnff: "I was shocked at he Sakl, 'deed T was. Then he struck me in the mouth." RAILWAYS IN NORTH ARE BUSY G.T.P. and CN JL Start To Build Lines To South Camrose, -July Can- told me to "wait Northern, commenced track lay- shelling the heights of Mount Gurga which is swarming with Moors. The news from Barcelona that the cavalry and troops have trained the hurriedly ac- complished. The Spanish troops were ambushed while trying to rescue a. convoy. The ground was covered with heaps of corpses. The bodies upper hand, captured the main bod- had been Dripped of their arms ies of insurgents and that only iso- manv o{ them after lated bands are holding on in the suburbs, creates the greatest relief Great confusion reigns at headquarters. The overworked .i.-a'h. .I'M in official circles here. The work j seemg demoralized. of repression wiill- rapidly be fol- lowed iihroughout Cataloniaii dis- tricts. Late last night it was an- nounced that the cavalry, engaged 30.-Reports received here ft. n. Nova Scotian families to come here. Mr. McKay entered the employ of" the Gait coal company and when he stopped active work a lew years he was uight watchman at No. 3 .shaft. A short time ago they went to live with one of their grandsons J. McKay at Rocky Coulee. Mr. McKay wad the first elder of Ktiox church and was very active in the building of the old church and in the church work't-ver since. He wa's one of the elders at the time of his death. Among the relatives wjio uiounx his loss are his widow and one son, Daniel R. McKay, of Rocky Coulee, three' daughters, Mrs. James Craw- ford, of Irvine, Alta., Mrs. Andrew Hood, of Hillcrest, Ait-a., and Mrs.' Nellie, Jardine, of Cranbrook, B.C. Two grandsons who lived practically their lives with Mr. and Mrs. McKay also survive. They are Daniel James, at whose home the deceased passed away .and Spurgeon, .both tff Rocky Coulee. Mr. McKay was most highly esteem- ed among the people of Lethbridge by whom he was known very well. As an elder oi Knox church and as a citizen he was always looked up to with the highest regard. The. sym- pathy of a very large number of friends go out to the widow who lost her life partner of over half a cen- tury and the other bereaved ones. Mr. McKay was much .interested in the building of the new Knox churck and it was .his special request thai he be buried from that church. Ber. A.