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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Telegraphic News for the Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Undsay, Ont., June the Bay of Quinte conference yes- terday the Moral uleforui and Tem- pcittnce committee brought in a reso- lution asking the Dominion govern- ment to prohibit importation, manu- June Small, postmaster at Hardisty, suicided at tho station platform last night by shooting himself in the head and stomach. No cause (or the deed is known. He 40 years of age and At Prince Albert, Garry Barrett was sentenced to be hanged on July 17 for murder of his stepson, Burnell Johnson. Barrett came from Idaho. WIFE OF A BANKER SLAIN IN CHURCH Ookfield, June E. H. j trail was struck in the township of Orvis, social leader of this village and; Lodoga, northwest of Oakfield, and I wife of Banker E. H- Orvis, was shot j the worn pursuers took fresh energy 1 and killed in the .First Methodist j pressed on. church here Sunday morning at the focture and sale of opium except medicine. ns single. Fernie, B. C-, June a session [close oi' service by Grant Poole, aged 135 years, because Mrs, Orvis would Fort Francis, June Gaws Laporie, June 3.-Anoiher of Truel- by> one Q, the early selllen, Qt strat tvn'o vi'fli ovnlnrliHl VPStPf- asoa's confessions was exploded yester- day when Sheriff Smutzer received a uain while walking on the letter from David Hicken, of Wauke-, coroner of Wis., saying that a letter Fraucig was to .QVesli. received from Frank wte aud after hearin the evidenw North West Moun: now in Lincoln Nebraska, to the ef-1 decided cftge Q. Accidental: a feet that be is alive. Seiainger, while j Grace Orvis. iu his pew until the of the police commission Chief of im u ?ookj {0 her lici? Pennyeuiek was discharged for' non-performance of duty. W. C. Bryan, of Macleod, has been offered the position and will doubtless ac- cept. Bryan has just finished a ser- vice of twenty years in the Royal Poote Sighted in Clearing "J At S o'clock a shout from a farmer who was at the side of rang out. "There he the former cried, and the HAD NO FUNDS Chief Gillespie Arrested Man Who Acted Suspiciously Mounted ?olice> aud has ter. Mi: f the posse members- within hearing congregation began to fne out alter; r a lmle deann fell in behind Mrs. Orvis, jlrom which the dusky fonn of a man who" was meeting the other worshipers 1 was Just Disappearing in the hat light singer living at Delafield, correspond- ed with Mrs. Guiness and visited her, juoA according to Tmelson's coni? she murdered him and he helped Imry the body. death. wit gracious smiles as. ste passed j f A shot was fired at him but it i t_ In ihe crowded vestibule of no jclxurcb Poole dreV a Shenft. Dana, tearing that Poole revolver and Niagara Falls, June 5.-A -meeting I three shots, one of them piercing 1 fire on his men- sent a detach' nient to the other side of the clear- through the woods, directing them get behind the xoc-ks on the other j side and await orders from him. As li, and onoted in the betting at one j Electrical peveiopnseat companv, andipostlude hundred to one against, captured thejolher prominent capitalists, is said P stakes- valued at !Derb-v to a sovereigns. The Duke of Portland's I was second and Uan Moose Jaw, June fcomesteader from near Morse in the hospital here as a result of a j by Barcley Walker, was third. iEight- j peculiar accident at Morse, He was staying at the hotel there Monday night and while walking in his sleep stepped out of an upper window and have intimate connection with a of W. K. Vanderbilt here a few has strengthened ru- a een horses ran. The bettng on Signorinetta, was one I hundred to one against; Frmier, forty one against; and on Liang win, one fell heavily to the ground, fracturing; hundred to eight against. and dislocating his back bone. Mr. j Jsorby was brougkt to the Moose Jaw hospital but recovery was im- possible. He has no relatives here, but the remains will likely be sent to Maidstone, Ont., where a sister, Mrs J. Collins, lives. weeks ago mors current that the Canadian Nor- thern Railway is seeking to get o American territory. Victoria, B. C., June news of unprecedented disaster to [the pearling fleet off west Australia, In the pandemonium that followed ltne straggling members of the party the assassin plunged through the crowd and escaped into the rocky, heavily timbered hills that skirt the village. Worshippers Go In Pursuit Dr. Halsey and the members of his congregation started in pursuit, while word was sent to the sheriff in Fond du Lac, which is the county seat of Fond dn Lac county, and immediately Chicago, June 6.-Little Julia Wei-1 involving a loss oj forty Iuggers and organized a posse of 300 men, mostly gle, two years old, wandered from her 270 3ives, twenty only being members of Dr. Halsey 3 congrega- i tion. Bntte, Montana, June Train in Montana is in a state of de- At 4 o'clock fast train No. 529, with., I This disaster to the fleet of pearling luggers occurred near Thursday Is- ten cars behind a powerful A typhoon struck the fleet tive whirled over the shining rails wag startjng for the pearling doctor reached her side in a short Mrs. Orvis was carried into the par- sonage. The women of the congrega- tion turned their attention to reviving her, but their efforts were unavailing. morateation on account of floods and bore down, rumbling and roaring "wrecking "some She Northern Pacific and the Chica- j to the place where the baby was play- go, Milwaukee St. Paul Western ing in the white sand. The conduo- irom Deer Lodge are under water or washed out. The Missonla river rose last night as the result of lieavy rains yesterday. Butte last night was in darkness as theS result tor was John Dulin, and Engineer' Other" rirtims Lewis was at the throttle. Lewis, leaning from his cab window was horrified to see the tiny body driving others ashore. About twenty Australian pearlers were lost, were Malays, Manila- men, Japanese and Kanakas. Bod- suddenly grasped by the suction of ies of some of victims were eaten by sharks. The beach near Broome presents a terrible sight covered with the bursting of Whites dam be-; the train and drawn beneath -i. a j. .v T -L wrecsaffe and bodies. low the city floodiQg the power house, i wheels of the forward car between Two lives were lost in Northern Mon-( the front and rear trucks. tana yesterday, a rancher wife drowning in the high wat coulee. Bow Island, June at- tempting to fight a fire quickly last night Mrs. A. Olson was so badly Jbnrned that death ensued in about five hours after. The doctor was tele- graphed for from Medicine Hat and it, leaping rrora. his engine and run-! i and beat the air vath it to emphasize nmtr back with the conductor and a., i his remarks. score of curious passengers. TT u i TT I.- j He would grasp the stick like a But when thev got back a batter lacing the pitcher, measure the vards or more there was the babv sitting in the middle of. the track. distance with his club, and beat the _ fe ,-air as if pounding out a three-bagger. There was a slight aorasion on her. ___ WBM on arrival he advised her removal to i Ihe hospital at Medicine Hat and while on the way to the station she expired. Mr. Olson also received some had bums. He has the sympathy head and her lip was slightly cut. ;That was all. Winnipegl June, am going to Many of his listeners were baseball fans and they watched with, intense interest to -see the Reverend Billy land on an imaginary ball as he sought to drive home some particular oa m0rtal coil- sorry it ha_s to be> but I am player lagging on a base. io be It was the best bit of spiritual bat- the entire community in his jeannie was too good to. ting ever seen in this section bereavement. What makes it m while after the shooting and with a few seconds' examination announced that life was extinct. Word was taken, irom the chamber to the villagers outside and ,the ex- citement grew into a frenzy. around the place-and drew slowly in. Fugitive Gives Up Easily Poole came out of hiding as the men drew close to him, and, throwing down his weapon and with his hands in the air, said: "Don't shoot." Poole and his pursuers were all ex- hausted but the sheriff and Attorney Husting on the march back to Fond du Lac had much trouble in persuad- ing the angry villagers of Oakfield to permit Poole to get to the jail alive. The murder occurred at 11.45 in the morning. It would be difficult to find a more dramatic setting for a tragedy. The Methodist church of Oakfield is one of the. oldest in this section and its congregation includes practically all of the church going people in the village and community. Its pastor, Dr. Hasley, is one of the leading mem- bers of the Methodist clergy in Wis- consin, was for years pastor of the Grand avenue church in 3 Cries of "Lynch Him" Heard "Lynch him.' Lynch the cry rang out and those men of the For ten he was Pastor of munity 'who had not rushed into the'the street church in Fond du; ;Lac. First Tragedy in Generation Oakfield is one of the most prosper- ous farming communities in the state' .and this is the first tragedy to occur there in a generation. The motive for the murder commit- ted today lies in a grudge which woods at the first alarm started to overtake their fellow citizens in the chase, .armed with shotguns, rifles, and revolvers, with here and there a man carrying a rope hung over his shoul- der. When the sheriff and the district attorney arrived they gathered the surrounding country and systematiz- ed the search. Dr. Halsey and other level headed members of the commun- ity counseled moderation and urged their followers to permit the law to scattered, unorganized forces from the has carried Mrs- Or- vis for .five years, when she ordered him to cease his attentions, to her daughter, her objection being due to his mental condition. Some time ago Poole attempted to commit suicide by him. Rocky Caverns for Refuge Sharon' Pa" Rev- The country surrounding Oakneld was the fact that they had only been! -raving only this note, mth sozae Billy Sunday, the ex-professional ideaf-place {or a to married a short time and had cdsaejsiinple to the eflect that baseball player, closed a series of and sheriff to Canada from North Dakota and'his carpenter's tools would be found} wal meetings at poole ft battle for were residing on their homestead near at Gray-s auction rooms, Alexander} Sunday. He got so'excited preen-; Hfe befoi.e to Scott, foreman at the Winnipeg, Paint j to a audience, and was vffiage ledgg deal with the fugitive if they caught J shooting and was committed to the Northern Hospital for the Insane at Oskosh, where he re.nmined for some time and was finally discharged as cured. Glass Company works, deliber- 1 intent on leaving an impression on that tQ Lafee Winnebago Berlin, June non-com' Missioned officers of.the guard artil- lery regiment who were tried by court martial, -have been sentenced. eaxt' to terms of imprisonment varying from, two weeks to fifteen months. They were charged with the mal- treatment of subordinates. There J ateiy cut his thr0at from ear to ear his converts after he left the city, that j ftbout twenty at 143 Eupert St" night, while his sweet- Jeannie Sutherland, with attempt upon the life of Major Alfred her family and guests, waited at 772 Dreyfus at the tune of the canoniza- Ave., for him' to arrive for tion of Emile Zola Paris, June 5. Whether yesterday's undergrowth, the country is honey- combed with caves and rocky caverns. A well armed and desperate man could stand off a posse for days in wedding. The only motive that' was the individual act of a nmn j that neighborhood and possibly es- being cover a forest and heavy be is financial straits, believing himself to be an outraged were no fewer than six hundred i meDtal derang patriot or had behind it an incipient cape in the darkness of night. At 7.30 after the posse had searched in. the charge against the prin cf a temporary character. Scott, nationalist plot, the Eepublican j throughout the long afternoon, Poole's Mr- and :yrs- r-1Louis Gregoris, the man who dred dollars fin and 30 days imprison- jilcCready. Last lion day Scott was the major yesterday, can easily ment in the city jail is the maximum. a week off his employers to frustrated as being plainly extraa- penalty for the violation of a city prepare for his wedding. He had eous. ordinance, just in eff-eet which a at Jessie St. and) Gregoris sister is unable to aerr.uiit that every loaf of bread offered' everything was, prepared for him and his act except that he was car- lor sale in Spokane must weigh at jhis bride-to-be to begin house keep- J ried away by his indignation, at the least 14 ounces. A. E. Powell, inspec- tor of weights and measures, declares the new law will be enforced to the letter, while dealers are mg. Ottawa, June strictures of the Bishop of Ottawa at the Anglican I idea that the army, to he had jdevoted his life, and which hu ?j pas sionately loved, should salute with its flags the authority of "Tl Men thould look for this Tag on Che wing Tobacco. It guarantees the high quality of The Big Black Plug. 2272 Yesterday Chief Gillespie rounded j up whom he believes to be a ''phoney j money" man. Ho blew into on Friday and on Saturday gave a cheque on the Bank of Montreal for S10 to Win. Porter at -.he Arlington Hotel, signing his name H, E. Cum- mings. The cheque was promptly presented for payment and was as promptly ...refused, the man not being known. Mr. Porter immediately re- ported to police headquarters and in a few hours the man was nabbed. He tells a great yarn. He says that some time ago he gave a man named Strong to deposit in Strong's name in a bank at Calgary and thought he could draw cheques in his own name in Lethbridge on the strength of that. When the chief re- marked that that was not the usual custom, he said that he thought it was alright but he had never done any banking before. That was too thin for the chief and Magistrate Humphries, so he was remanded a few days until more is learned of him. RAIN HAS CEASED EALUNG AND THE SUN NOW SHINES BRIGHT! (Continued from Front Page.) for twenty feet. The mad rush waters threatened to wash away approach on the south side .of bridge and had it not been for efforts of the citizens we would he been cut ofl irom the railroad entij ly. Large troes and logs anchored and thrown over the serving as a breakwater. Several buildings are in danger over into the river. Coi cillor Dempster has torn down stables to save them. Several of smaller streams the bridges have been wash KING AND QUEEN ARE IN RUSSIA Eeval, June meeting be- tween King Edward. VII and Emper- or Nicholas occurred here touay with due formality. It was the first time an English has ever made an official visit in Russian waters. Dry Farming ADDRESSES Addresses on the principles under- Showed Signs of Insanity Recently he has been showing signs of returning insanity and had again been ordered to remain away from the Orvis home. Mrs. E. H. Orvis was a daughter of Abel Bristol, a banker, and one of the wealthiest residents of the county, while the daughter who was the ob- ject of Poole's attention was a book- keeper in the bank at Oakfield. The family is one of the most prominent in this part of Wisconsin. Mrs. Orvis is survived by her husband and two daughters. WATER DRIVES RANCHERS OUT Exciting Experiences at St. Mary's Water Carries Houses Away Tents Buried in Water saying that either the law will against baptisms and marriaees She said her_ brother had to be killed or the price of bread must I in private hcmses by the played oi melancholia, mo go Tip. "The matter of increasing the j England clergyman has given rise to price is optional with the a serious discussion. "If any clergy- Mr. Powell., said, adding: "During the j man takes' upon himself to disregard recent bread war, when some of the the orders of the church he must be attemPt of yesterday. This bakers were giving 40 loaves of bread j answerable first to myself and then Gresori was taken to his apartment for a dollar, many of ihe loaves j to the court of this the ami vas prescnt when the pohce weighed only 10 ounces, though the; bishop said. 'Rev. George Bousfield bakers gained customers under the j took a different view of the case. He pretest that their bread was put up in held that circumstances altered cases, ,Thcir dlorts nothing of im-j 16-ounce loaves. This is one reason j that in districts where the hold (Special to the Herald.) St. Alberta, June day was experienced one of the great- est floods seen in St. Mary's for some years. are pursuing their dth a view oi determining whether there is a plot behind the i Par The St. Mary's river has risen about A sad experience was at Mr. Scotty Ross's ranch today when all his made a thorough search of his rooms j house-hold effects were lost and a incriminating documents. Thc bllllet was extracted, got to safety. His efforts, for iltiu kUilt iU UlBuIiCLS Wllfitt 11U1U nrhy the passing of such an ordin-' of the church on the people was-not from without dif-, Distance wlth team, or the rescue ance was made necessary." Heart Strength Heart Strength, or Heart Weakness, means N i Strength, or Jserve nothing inbre. Pos- l Hirely. not one weak heart in a hundred is, in it- actually diseased. It is almost always a j hidden tiny little nerve that really is all at fault. Slila ohscure the Cardiac, or Heart Nerve J (rimply needs, and must have, more power, more more controlling, more governing Without that the Heart must continue to fail, and the stomach and kidneys also j these same controlling nerves. This dearly explains why, as a medicine. Dr. Shoop's Restorative has in the' past done so much for weak and ailing Hearts. Dr. Sboop first sought the cause of all this painful, palpitating, suilocftt- Jnir heart distress. Dr. Shoop's strong the clergy might with justice be allowed to defer to the will of in- j dividuals in regard to the celebration of marriages and baptisms in private houses. "If no such defererfcfi is al- said he, "the people will turn to the ministers of denominations which allow these ceremonies." clergyman were on their feet preparing to speak when ihe cellor of the diocese stated that Mr. Bousfield wa.s out of order, and the discussion closed. of his goods, were useless. WHVtNtFEG FAIR JULY 11-17, 19O8 UNEQUALLED LIVE STOCK AND WHEAT EXHIBITS INNES' WORLD-FAMOUS and 91st HIGHLANDERS' BANDS Weak women should try Dr. Shoop's is alone" to these j j Night Cure. These soothing, antisc-p- needed, with :Dr. Shoop's Restorative J. J. JOHNSON, suppositories go direct to the seat the weakness" My "Book No" 4 (for Women" contains many valuable (hints to women and it is free. Ask Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., to mail it. Ask the Doctor in strictest confidence any questions you wish answeved. Dr. Shoop's Night Cure is sold by J. J. Johnston. The firsf Ligh) Agricultural Motor Competition in America Annual Meeting of Manitoba Amateur Athletic Association GREAT BAND COMPETITION OPEN TO CITIES AND TOWNS IN THE WEST SPECTACULAR MILITARY TATTOO AND BRILLIANT FIREWORKS CtOSE JUNE A A. ANDREWS. Mr. MacNabb, another rancher, had his whole, summer crop nearly destroyed, his large garden being a wide river now, and the water is ap- proaching his house fast. There are large trees rooted out along the river, and floating down with terrific force, sweeping every- thing ahead of them. The C. P. R. bridges and trestles are in great danger at many places and two mud slides are reported about four miles east, one being over 107 feet long and about 20 feet deep. The bridge west is now getting in bad shape, and the bridge east, is em- passable. The passengers of the extra eastbound was sidetracked at St. Mary's for over four hours on ac- count of mud slides and will have to be transferred at the bridge about 9 miles east. The C. P. R. has sent a special train with about, sixty Japs from Macleod to clear up the slides in cuttings and big progress is being made although quite a quantity of gumbo is still coming down all the time. The St. Mary's river is still rising and no telling what damage will yet be done. The bridge foreman, Mr. Erickson, who has been tenting here has had nearly his whole outfit destroyed, and his tents are now under ten feet of It is also said that some of the telegraph poles have fallen down east of here on account of the cuttings sliding, making quite a lot of trouble for the linemen. iaer semi-arid condi- tions, explaining particularly what is known as "Dry will be given under the auspices of the De- partment of Agriculture and the local Agricultural Societies as follows: PLACES June 15th Medicine Hat, at 2 p.m. June Cardston Magrath June 18th Raymond June Lethbridge June Pincher Creek June 22nd Macleod June Claresholm June Nanton June 25th High River June Gleichen June 27th Didsbury SPEAKERS PROF. H. W. CAMPBELL, Lincoln, Nebraska Subject: "Scientific Soil Culture and what it means to the Great West Other well known speakers will be present at each meeting and speak on kindred topics. Prof. Campbell is the famous' dry farming expert of Nebraska and Col- orado, whose system of cultivating land has revolutionized the semi-arid districts of the' United States. Every farmer should make a spe- cial effort to hear him. GEO. HARCOURT Deputy Minister of Agriculture (Edmonton, June 1st, 1908.) away and people are cut off from country and can't get into Some farmers have been in three days, being afraid to out. The water in the south fork of Old Man River is high above high water mark. The C.P.E. bridge at Brocket is ken and trains cannot cross it, ta passengers and mail being at the bridge. The Creek rose steadily up till laij tonight. Nearly 2-3 oi the road the approach to the bridge crossii the creek was washed out and it not been for the persistent effort of about one hundred citizens a goc part of eas-t end business portion the town would have suffered. Mry W. Faithorn and G. ToplE nearly lost their lives in trying rescue Mr. Platt from his house the river bottom below town. Mr. Faithorn and Mr. Tople drove Toplass' team in to the wate to try to reach Mr. Platt. The hors es, a valuable team, with the wagocf were lost. Mr. Faithorn and jlx. lass succeeded in climbing1 into somif] trees in midstream "and it was m'ns hours before the heroic efforts of Mil B. Bolster and 0. W: Baillie ed in landing them safely. The? were reached by these swiinminc- .their horses .across dragging a buggy after them, which the rescued were placed am: drawn to shore. Such heroism serves recognition. r DRAIN THE STREETS Editor of the Herald: is suggested by a resident Lethbridge.Rho has had conversational with a good many of our visi during the past week that some tion ought be taken to the drainage system of the cuy, u'; the present condition creates consid erable unfavorable comment fr-jir? 11 outsiders. For instance, a visitor tcf the city the past two or three could readily see that we were havi-ij'.' j good heavy rains, but they say rL. surely they do not expect rains or more preparation would 'made for taking care of the water sol that it would not stand in puddled on the streets and run into cellars.' Now, with the position of the so high above the river level, it ap4j pears to them that the city has ev-j; ery advantage for the best kind ofj'j drainage, and in order to prevent un-J favorable comment and avoid drawing of such wrong on the part of strangers it does seem, that the matter should be taken iit- hand and properly worked out. only that, but surely there are fcwj citizens of the city who take much pleasure in wading around in the, mud they consider it not be necessary. Yours, etc., t A New Comer. -t DON'T BUY The Material for your shed, barn or house untiH you have seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Piaster and Cement in stock. ,V IX Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd, Lethbridge, Taber, Stirling, Raymond, Kagratli, Coleridge i- i S o a si a: ir ci tl C le .in de ai Tl re sa a th H< re: th pa sa foi Stl ;