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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IFe Lethbridge Daily Herald LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNE IS, 1909. NO. 180. ANACTORWAS MRS. COED'S FRIEND Dustin Farmun Was Admired By Million- are's Wife New York. June -flow of testimony by the defense in the suit for separation brought by Katherine Cleinnions Gould against her husband Howard Gould, kept edging more arid more today towards Dustin Farnum, the actor whose broad shoulders and -mop of curly hair have become a fa- miliar figure in the case. There was in addition further iteration by ser- vants and personal attendants that Mrs. Gould was repeatedly seen un- der the influence of liquor by them and that when she had been drink- ing, as they alleged on the stand, she changed from a charming aff- able woman to a woman of capricious ill-temper, not nice in her choice of language, overbearing and quarrel- MORMONS GO ON MISSIONS TO EUROPE Large Company Sailed From Mon- treal for Liverpool Montreal, June _ steamship Luurentie .sailed for Liver- pool at daybreak today sin: will have on among the second cabin pa.s- sciigi.'-s fifty-three Mormons from Salt Lake Cuy, s-iirK? of whom arc going to spread olfatjonai Hardwood Lumber Associa- PareJ to uu'- at vrork returns from his trip there will hardly !.the this- regarded acj a general strike. M.P., of Hamiltou today. "The hold- experts and declared to possess great possibilities. Now -that railway fa- non, had an exciting experience, on j cilities are to Wednesday, when their auto-.> were Grand Trunk be a bit of construction work in the in this vicinitv. ft is confidcntlv ex- pected that the 'new road will carry Province which he has not personally away this vear's crop. Since this new town is surrounded by the best farming district in the west, with none excepted, there to locate here in great desire to ocae er i i- I the Pacific .coast. ness. I Though as yet buildings canno-t be Before making a-tour of i the province, however, Mr. Cushing will take a vacation several weeks during which he will visit the expo- __ i siiion at Seattle ,and other points on until KEEP OH REDUCING Toronto, June Angli- can Synod came to an end this after- noon. The report of the committee en temperance and moral and social reform approved of the latest meas- ure of license reduction and a reso- lution was passed favoring further re- duction year by year. BAD MAN AT LARGE NEAR HUMBOLDT Supposed to Be "Red" Ryan, an Es- caped Convict Winnipeg. June. is said that Ryan, alleged to be an escap- ed convict, who served hin time in the Manitoba penitentiary, has ter- rorized the district north of Hurn- bMdt, Sask.. where he has stolen a number of horses. The report stales that he rode into Viscount and claim- ing that he was an officer of the law, seized six horses. 'The mounted lice are after him. Ryan is said to be a man who is wanted in Montana for horse-stealing He is a good shot and has announced that he will not be alive. located on the town site, they are being built on the adjoining quarters and will be moved as soon as a lot can be purchased. The Hanson' Hardware company had the honor ol coming first, ex- cepting ol course J. K. Warnock, who stood by us with the bacon and dried apples when we irere far in the wilderness. The Union Bank has now located here and brought with them cash. This was lacking Before. The Crown r Lumber company and the Claresholm Lumber and Grain company have each lumber yards. So here is the story shortly told, a grocery store, a hardware, a bank, two lumber yards and as yet not an iron rail in sight. Barrens, in the opinion of those settling here, has the best chunce of any town on the' Calgury-Kjpp line. J. .K. Warnock. -has sold his busi- ness to Mr. Murray, of Granum, who will build a larger store. Mr. Yurnstsad has sokl his home- stead to James Nelson. The price re- ported is Thos. Welsh and Sons have sold their section. 827 an acre, cash on the spot, is the price paid. Mr. Welsh will go to J3. C. David House is breaking 320 acres on the section bought this Kveryone is anxious now to break up FRENCH TREATY IS NOW BEFORE DEPUTIES Ottawa, June government has received word from Paris that the bill ratifying the Franco-Canadian trade concession'J as negotiated by Hon. Messrs. Fielding and Brodeur in 1907, and amended last summer, is now before the Chamber of Depu- ties and wiilli be assented to within a short, time. The treaty, however, cannot come into effect until form- ally ratified by the Canadian Par- NO OIL TRUST Mexico City, Mex.. June the Mexican people intend to' do erything in their power, to control the oil situation in this 'country, js indicated by the formatioa of a (Mexican money) company, to be knowji as the Mexican' Eagle Oil company Limited, and oi which the governor ol the federal district .i? president. up by the authorities at Bleu- FOR MEXICO heini for having, it is alleged., caused .several horses to become unmanage- able and run away. The travellers were in a hurry to reach, Detroit but before they allowed to depart they were coni- be provided by Pacific Railway, the li- RAILWAY COMMISSION FAVORED DAWSON CITY i Or.ta.wa, Ont., June Eaiiway Commisisun today gave judgment -n I the case of the Dawson City Board ;of Trade against the White Pass nd i Yukon RaiJ-A-ay in regard jo rjates. ;It was co.itefitied by the railway ptc> :ple that- because the road was not i entirely in Canadian territory, the j board had no jurisdiction but it was pointed out it is apparent that I thrntigh route exists between Shagway and Dawson and notes by amend- s to the Railway Act.passed' at session of Parliament the boards provisions extended 10 any railway company incorporated else- where _than in Canada owning, con- trolling or operating or running trains or rolling stock upon any lines in Canada and to any or all lines run- ning trains from any point in the United any point in Can- ada. The board could not at present or- der a reduction in the rates asked by the Dawson City Board of Trade, but orders various companies which co-operate with the White Pass and syndicate will probably soon lay out a plan of development. Manj- of the seams are of workable-size, and a large tonnage 'is assured. The coal basin is" about miles from the _Yukon Railway to become parts to future percentages to file tr'iffs with the board by July 18, the comparues to show al] earnings as bet-ween reg- ular companies. were main line of the railway, It'-is-prob- that a branch will he built into j Syrian Escapes Death On Gallows pelled to deposit- in cash as a guarantee that they would return and pay the fine' which .will probably be imposed. Nearly all of the violators oi the law were manufacturers, but their combined assets, as counted out before the eyes of Blenheim author- ities, aggregated but a trifle above the amount of their deposit. liament which next session. will be done early TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Mr. 3Ic.Br.van. of Macleod, has been transferred to Red Deer as teller in the Northern Crown Bank. Wm. Irwin... of ,St. Thomas. Out., .was elected Grand Master of the Canadian oOrder of Forest- ers, in session at Hamilton. The Bisley team left Montreal for England yesterday. Rev. Ulysses Grant Pierce. D. D., pastor of President Taft'a church. All Souls Unitarian of Washington, nas been appointed to act as chap- of the Senate. Tho Mounted-Police are looking for PUT OUT THE FIRES St. Johns, N. B.. June Ottawa, June a meeting of j rain5 this on upper St. the cabinet today three capital cases and over provjnce doing much good in putting out the were considered. The sentence passed last month on Sal Asselvz, a Syrian who killed his brother during a quar- rel at Hawkesbury Jast December, was made Jifa imprisonment. No clemency was extended in the case of a negro who assaulted and murdered a woman near Stratford some months ago, and in the case of Gary Barret, a life convict at the Edmonton peni- tentiary, n-ho killed Deputy Warden Steadman by hitting1 head with an axe. him on the STRICTER EMIGRATION LAWS Vancouver, June is wry probable that Congress at its ses.-ion will amend the emigration laws, mak- ing them of a more restrictive char- acter. Population is not- the cry-ing neod of the United States. The coun- try is rapidly filling ap. The real problem is to so regulate immigra- tion that we shall only secure the the Tlkwa as the railway company; owns coal claims in the same region, RUSSIA BUILDING .MORE DREADNOUGHTS St. Petersburg, June keeb f four battleships of greater Dread- have already prospected tbe var- nought type were laid this morning ious seams." j in St. Petersburg in the presence, ol _ __ the vice minister of Marine and For- I eign naval attaches and representa- SUICIDES NEAR GLE1CHEN jtives 'of Russian naval league. Body of One Man Who Disappeared j DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATION! Was Recovered i Gleichen, Alta., June Table for High School Exam- says: Word was brought to town T-- day evening that Chas Lee, who has] Standard-VI. Tuesday, June 29. been employed by E. P. Connor on i Reading regulations, Botany and Ag- a sub-contract of the Southern Alber- j riculte, Physical Science. ta Land Company's canai, samped I Wednesday, Arithmetic and Men- forest fires and making "parched crops grow. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS W. M. Damson, Calvary manager of R. G. Dun Co., is in the city for a day or two. Laughlin Cameron jumped from his window in the second story of" a boardin '-onsp at Cobalt today and plunged into the Wabi river. He had four miles from T. McHugh's ranch. Isuration Geography, Dra-wing. had committed, suicide. Staff-Sergt. j Thursday, Dominion Day. McLeod and Coroner Dr.Eose left yes; Friday. History, Composition, Book terday morning to enquire into cir- j keeping. stances and have not returned up to! Saturday. Algebra, English L'tee- the hour of going to press. It is learn-iture. ed, however, that Lee had been drink-! Monday. PedVgogy (to be taken hy ing heavily in town for several days j candidates who are writing for a re- and a week ago -went out to the camp, inewal Of their third-class where his mind became deranged. He j Standard VII. Monday, June as. heard some talk about roping a calf j Reading regulations, English Gram- and imagined that the men intended I mar and Rhetoric, Geometry, to hang him. The other men did i Tuesday, Botany and Agriculture, their best to explain matters to him j Physical Science, and humored him in every way pos-j Wednesday, Arithmetic and sible, but he told them he might Geography, Drawing. Welsh has been ''T a visit to her parents in ponton, chafing brand, He in There is dfosattafertion be- ago beltcv- Commissioner General ti'-n, "f Washington, D. C.. today, Mr. Keofe is here on an ofnei-n! lour of inspection. cause thc railway company have not ed now" to bc in northern mountains, paid for thc right-of-way. i Governor General announces Many of.the boys arc planning "td1that will pay follow thc merry crowd'.' ar.d then in visit lo Canada in September for tt-jll rolehrat-e ;n Bow- 22. in naresholrn Julv been drinking. His home is in Cum- well do away with himself and ask-! Friday. British and Canadian j ed the men not to tell bis relatives: lory, Composition Bookkeep session the Inter- had happened to him if he did. ing. berland. near Ottawa, At national Council of Women presented a silver guvel to Lady Aberdeen. The council accepted invitation of National Council of Women of United Tuesday evening Lee went into the, Saturday, Algebra, TSngUsb Litom- cook camp alone and was found there'ture. ten minutes later -with his throat j Monday, General History., Cftemis- cut from ear to ear and the head al- try, Animal Life. States to attend it's 'triennial con-1most severed. The deed was undoubt-: Tuesday, Latin Authors.. Latin vcntion at Ploaitle. -luly 13 to 16. i edly done with a butcher knife by the mar and Composition. A. T Picrson. senior riirector of report givfiii by the men who brought! Thursday, German Authors.. German number of ;omo. They villc on -TiiTi 1. in Elinor vjllo -Tulv Messrs Oro ITill -hily X the of the Toronto Exhibi-1 tion. i ('has. .T. Hrintnall. a prominent! contractor 'of Binghampton, N. Y-, Preston Breed-! WaK whon his auto-1 In Centre-! tim OVHR HUNDRED !N PEN lmontriii; Jtme 18. For the .srnce the Edmonton penid nr ing xvill also- take in the turtlc this a.''tornoon at Seattle. 'about two miles east of Oswego. Throe other occupants of the car es- caped with slight injuries. Two hundred longshoremr-n at Owon struck today rnther than ac- cept tho award of thc board of con- F. 8. Gregg, William, Conservatory which mftn M in_ BUILDING PERMITS E. E. Holland, Pepton St.. residence, of two hour. Hank of manager Phccnix Assurance Company of London, Eng. and prominent in a da) J.nstit'Jiioji.'-. ?.s Cnal C'ii.v a post office. Thc Milling Co. is about At, the meotinjj of tho Southern Al- was opened three years ago th- Land company in !h ber of convicts in the pri.-on wo.ek passed the century mark and there are now ureter 104 in all. Thc total sentence received since the penitentiary opened in 191, but a large number of these have released on parole or have servx-J their sentences. ;tho news to Glfichen. iGjamar and Composition. Tlie body of James Andorson, who! ;Wednesday, French authors, French committed suicide by shooting and Grammar and Composition, drowr.inp about two weeks apo in the Standard VIII. Monday, Tune 98. Bow river, was found by some In- Reading regulations, English Lanjr- dians to the North Cump on uage, and History of Literature. Ge- thoir olcvator at Cal-rary. i Monday, the body having floated ometry. which was huruod a fow months aco. eighteen down Tuesday, English Tuesday Coroner Dr. viewed the body at the river and permitted burial which took placo yoti-rday. Deceased worked i report, that be spent on iiTijrniinn adopted. The Royal Hank of (-nnada will be open for Cranbrook on Monday. W. A. Schwartz, the man- ager, and W. W. L-uinsden, the ac- countant and teller, arc both ready for business. nel's ranch south has been enough to attend to his burial. Mr. Channel states that the was mentally -weak and couple of ago he had him placed Physical Science. Wednesday. Trigonometry. Friday, British and Canadian Hia- at W. W. Chnn-itory, Composition of the Bow, who j Saturday, Algebra, English Litera- ture Monday, History, Chemistry, Ani- mal Life. Tuesday, Wednesday mnd Thu in the Brandon asylum Same subjects aa ;