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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I. LETHBRIDGE, A L T A yT H U R S D A Y JUNE 25, 1108. NO. A UNANIMOUS REPORT TO COME SABBATH BREAKING' large number of Toronto hotel keepers appeared in police court yesterday on a charge of. breaking the Lord's Day act by 8''11' ing cigars, papers and stamps on Sunday. Conservatives and liberate Agreeable in Major gin's Investigation NEW DIVISION OF ADMIRALTY London, June Daily Ex- press announces that the admiralty has decided next year to organize new divisions of the fleet to be sta- tioned off North Scotland with a view to' guarding the northern entrance, thus bottling up the North Sea. Ottawa, June Commons special committee which investigated Major Hodgins charges of extrava- gance against the National .Transcon- tinental railway commi.sskm will bring in a unanimous report to Par- liament. Messrs. Barker and Leu nox, the Opposition members of the committee have decided to withdraw from their attitude of demanding a further investigation of the charges of over-classification and have wisely concluded that the quietest way out of the fiasco is the best. The evidence will therefore be reported to the house in the regular way. The House spent .a quiet afternoon in supply on Nova Scotia estimates, but incidentally there was a discus- sion on the use of Canadian cement in public works. Conservative whip Blain, F. D. Monk, and other Oppo- sition members take the ground that a preference should be given to the Canadian manufacturing company. Hon. Pugsley said the Canadian ce- ment is as good as any cement in the world. He added that in' the contracts of the public works-department it is provided that none but Canadian ce- ment shall be used. Mr. Blain urged that the department should "test the cement for any Canadian contractor or manufacturer. Mr. Pugsley 6b jected, however, that this would make a large increase in the expense of the labor. A POOR PROPHET Halifax, Charles Tap- per IiaH sent a letter to the electors of Pictou county regretfully tendering his resignation as candidate for Pic- tou county. In the letter he says he is confident the will win in the next election. TWO CABINET MINISTERS QUIT Important Changes About to Occur in British Cabinet QUIET AT TEHERAN Teheran, Persia, June city is quiet today. All the bazaars' "havi been reopened. -The people are mon, orderly and the situation seems U In; well in' hand. Many arrests wen. made yesterday. TRIED TO SUICIDE June Fleteh ?r. 32 years of age. Englishman, dis couraged because lie had been ou of work for five weeks tried to coin ini suicide early this morning by swal lowing a dose, of medicine his wife hat oi'tained for treatment for her eyes Fletcher was removed tp the hospital He will recover. PLANT GROWS OUT OF PLASTER. St. Louis. C. Johnson, general auditor of the Cotton Belt railroad, says that he .has solved the problem of the hanging gardens of Babylon, in the discovery of-a plant growing from the plastered wall of his ollice on the fifteenth floor of th bulievod to bi: a morning glory. REBUILDING THE QUEBEC BRIDGE HENRY HOfcCATE GIVES EVI DENCE IN INVESTIGATION AT OTTAWA London, June was a ru- mor last night that the resignations of Lord Twecdmouth, president of the Council and Lord Loburn, Lord High C'hnncellor, were imminent ami that Mr. llaldune, secretary for war .ind Winston Spencer Churchill, of tiio lioaril of Trade would 'be ap- pointed Lord Clmncellor and Secreta- ry of War respectively. QUEBEC BANK SCANDAL Accountant Roy as Chief Handled in LoaninsTransaction St. Johns, June The trial of Messrs. Hoy, and Beau- doin, president, 'general manager and assistant general manager respective- ly of the Banquw Jean, charg- ed with having issued false returns to the government andryith conspiracy to defraud, continued today before Magistrate Lanctot. Joseph McLaughlih, assistant liqui dator, was .the stand utmost all morning, untler examination as to composition of the blank At this afternoon's, of the preliminary investigation, Lanp one of the accountant- declared that Phillips Roy had the upper hand in the management of bank with regard to loans aggregating nearly half a million dollars. Langlois tes tided that although had been passed by the directors it was Mr. Roy who had been chiefly instrument- al in bringing them, lo an under standing and that the. money, amount- ig to about been handed to him for delivery to the borrowers or supposed borrowed. TAKES OVER A CRIPPLED BANK Beddoe Gets After Pringle Ottawa, June A. Bcdcloe, for, seven years editor of the World and News of Dawson City, in a let- ter which appears in the Ottawa Free L'ress, denies the accuracy of the statement made by Tlev. .John I'riji- as to the morality of the Yukon. Lie challenges Rev. Dr. .pi-ingle to de- bate the matter on the public plat- form. Bank of Montreal Assumes Charge of Bank of St. Hyacinthe Montreal, .June Hank of Montreal has taken over the Dank of St. Hyacirxthe, an action thai will guarantee the depositors. This de- cision was readied this afternoon dur ing a conference between thc St. Hy- acinthe directors und the Bank of .Montreal.. Tomorrow the latter will open a branch in St. Hyacinthe, oc- BANK TO SSPEND St. Hyacinthe, June The directors of the Banjiie Dc- St. Hya- cinthe, after a session, de- June the contim it inn of the inquiry into the affair of the Quebec Bridge company ye tOrday afternoon, Mr. Henry Helgat chilirman of the comrnissioi outlined what he considered would be agood plan to follow in. the IT IS FICTION ALL RIGHT SPANIARDS JOYFUL Havana, June school ship Nautilus the first Spanish vessel to enter a Cubnn port since the relin- quishment of Spanish sovereignty over the Island came into the- harbor of Havana yesterday, and was .hailed with enthusiastic expressions of de- light by the entire Spanish colony. Many thousand Cubans joined in the demonstration. clared this tion should suspect liminary to liquidatio hat the institu- payment pre- The bank has a capital of and it is un- derstood that its difficulties are large- ly due to the fact -thai it became em- barrassed with- the ..jCMirttruction of the United in which a considerable amount of its funds are tied up. MANY LF LOST STEAMER ON ROCKS Former Premier Passes Away St. Johns. Nflcl., June Wil- liam Whiteway, former premier of Newfoundland, died here today. He was SI years of :ige. RATS ATTACK PEOPLE IN BED. Mother nnd Infant Art'Bitten Several Times by Fierce Pests in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. asleep in their homo at 171G Edwin Street Mrs. II. A. Sillmau and her 15 months old daughter Nellie were badly bitten by rats tonight. The mother was aroused a'sharp pain in her arm and by the screams of her daughter. Rising, she found a horde of ruta swarming over the tion of the bridge. The best way to rebuild the structure would be by a rnrnmission including' a chief engineer and competent staff. The plan for the bridge should be :lrawn up by the chief engineer and submitted to thc commission. The widest latitude" should be al- lowed in the" selection of engineers. The best should be chosen no matter to-what country they belong.... As to the- cast of -reconstruction, Mr. Helgate said no one could pre- dict what it would ha to any degree As to the proportion of-the: present structure or material nri-ule that would be used in the new btidge nil would depend on the de- signer; Asked if it a fair in ieVence, that the government took all precautionary measures which it could have been expected to take at the time, Mr. Helgate said Vie would not like to go that .far. Hindsight was always.- easier than foresight. The confidence of the government, he add- lay in the fact that Theodore Coop- 3r, an eminent engineer, was in charge. Asked if the inquiry comiuct- ;hd bj" the commissioner was in the nature of a post-mortem. Holgate that U was" to a 'certain-extent. reasoned from effects to cause." It was easier to find an excuse than to anticipate results. Mr. Holjrste regarded the results of 'he Quebec briclpo -inquiry and what rill be shown during the course of lext year by experiment, ought to be xj.ssible to produce an economical de- ign for tho bridge. Great Number of People on Spanish Vessel Known to be Drowned cupying the premises of institution. ;cs of the defunct Yale Won Boat Race London, June won th varsity four-oared race with Hat-van distance two miles, on thc Thame River today. Unoflicial time 10 mil u.tcs 33 1-5V seconds. Yale won b three-turnrters of a length. Hot crews appeared to be in good condi tlon at thc finish. HOMESTEADER SUICIDES .Lipton, Sask., June Ince, bachelor farmer about 50 years of ag living a few miles north of here bun ed his shack in some manner an then committed suicide by takin poison. His remains were _found on mile from home. The police are in- vestigating. WAS OUT OF WORK Port Hope, Ont., June Vallace, a moulder aged 45 years of oronto, out of work, was found dead i a shed at the roar-of the Queen's otel yesterday. He had committed uicide by drinking carbolic acid. WEEDS CAUSE DEATH Chatham, Ont., June oluison, one of the best known resi- nts of Harwich township is dead om blood poisoning, caused, it is upposed, by poison mustard weed etting into a wound in his finger the prick of a thistle. MONEY FOR INDIANS Ottawa, June auction sale f the Dokish Indian Reserve took )lace yesterday. Eight berths were old for At the lowest esti nate it is expected that including rown dues, revenue from timber will A CRANBROOK MURDER CASE Three Swedes Are Charged With Causing Death of a Fellow Countryman DON'T LIKE IDEA Canso, N. S., June trawler Wren, captain John Smith., arrived at I'anjjo today from Scotland, and will ish in the Gulf of St. Lawrence wa- ters. Local fishermen do not look with favor on the introduction of this node of fishing. C. P. R. MACHINISTS oose Jaw, June evidence presented at the conciliation board this morning was largely a repeti turn of what has already been given in Winnipeg. Two witnesses, machin ists from Revelatoke and Calgary, were examined. They related tin- men's grievances there. TRIBUTE TO CLEVELAND PRESS OF GREAT BRITAIN VERY EULOGIS- TIC BerKn, June book, the title of which is Banxin and the author of which writes under the pseudonym of Parabollum will be published here today. It depicts phases of "The approaching War" between the United States and Japan in which the latter is shown invading America without warning, occupying, the Pacific coast states before Washington is aware of the outbreak of hostilities. Melby's Cheques Were Worthless Several of the animals were gnaw ing at'her child's arms and hands, and she herself had been bitten on the hands. Mother awl child went to St. Jo- seph's hospital, whore their wounds were dressed. O. Melby, who was recently arrest- ed for ensiling a cheque belonging to a. fellow workman in. Jansc Bros, camp and discharged for lack of ev- idence was up before thc Magistrate again yesterday. Tie went to thc Palace Livery and hired a double fig tolling Mr. Pound the proprietor that lie had lots of money and telling tho various vast enterprises he was un- dertaking. Me took a bottle of with him nnd when he got back thi- rig was smashed considerably When he started operations lie had 52.1 in a bank and issued cheques for various small amounts. Hot'oro tin? cheques were turned in he drew the money himself so that the holders of thc cheques are minus the amount and Melbv is safe as the tnonov was Juiifr r'. spcciiiT fibs-- patch received here, from Corunna, Spain, says that the Spanish steam- er Larche. went on tho rocks in a M'uros, whete thp. .Cruiser Cardinal Cisnero.s was wrecked in 1005. The Larche sank rapidly and a panic followed. There were 57 pas sengers and 54 oflieers on board. Those took to the boats but up to the sejul- ing of this despatch 47 have land- Defective communication made tit impossible to obtain complete details but later reports that 17 women were drowned. It. is, known that 17 survivors were binoTTTat Muros but that two of them have since died. SHERMAN IMPROVING Cleveland, Ohio, June 9.30 a.m. .today the physicians attending Congressman Sherman said his tern p.erstture had fallen slightly and that the condition of the putieut continued favorable. Cruel Murder On the Pacific BASEBALL RESULTS 'AMERICAN: At R.H.K. York.......................G.n.O rhilndelphia...................G.IO.O Called'on account of darknoss. At >Vashington.....................8.10.1 Corunna, Spain. .lime of the, passengers on the Lurache were residents of the Argentine Republic; Thc Lareche was liuie more than an old tub and proved a. veritable death' trap when she struck on the rocks near Muros. She sank in a few min- utes leaving the passengers and crews struggling and screaming in the war ter. Tho small bo.its of the La ruche wore cither smashed or e: There was n Heel of fishing- heats in the neighborhood and these rushed to the rescue nut the heavy' fog pre- vailing seriously interfered with their work. The fishermen sunveded in rescuing sixty-one persons. In addition to Magistrate Humphries taxed him SiOJthc doctor, am nnd costs for being ilnmk. not. thc fu'-st oll'n'r "''owned. Th disaster occurred at five oIclocK in thc morning. Most of those who were saved are wiilimit clothing. Ji, has been ascertained that the num- ber of passengers a'id crew of The there whun th- cheques were issued. ing any other charge against him. A POLE KILLED June Porich, a Pole, 40 years old, was killed while engaged in piling iron "at the Mont- real rolling mills. Tho pile broke and two tons fell on him. Victoria, R. C., June While the steamer Akimaru, which arrived to- day, was on her way here on .luno four days out of Yokohama, Y. Mntui, an nblc seaman rmmlered S. I Kawasaki, a fellow seaman, follow- j ing a quarrel in tho forecastle owing to the victim's refusal to turn out for his watch. The two men bunked near each other in the fore- castle nnd after they fought there Kawasaki ran to thc boatswain's room. Mnt.uui found him and plung- ed a knife into his back, striking al- most to the heart. Kawasaki lived Tiic_uiurdcrer wr.s turned Boston At Cleveland G.10.0 Chicago 0.4.2 At Detroit- Detroit 1.7.2 St. Louis 7.12.0 NORTHERN: At. Winnipoir Fargo 5 Winnipeg 8 At Brandon Duluth 0 Rrandon 2 EASTERN: At Baltimore Bnffnlo 5.H.3 Case of Robbery and Murder CANADIAN IS PRESIDENT Montreal, June S. Vaughan, issistant to vice president C. P. R. las boon appointed president of he American uochanics. association of master A Great Crowd Saw the Bronchos totalled persons are known beun saved Hottinoan, X. June thc fato of the other 85 is not, knOWn ami it is feared thai most of them perished. Corrunn. Ppnin. Juno re- ports show that l.'.l persons are miss- MiR a restiM of sinking oi the I steamship Larehe, the rescued mim- OL The with bis An immense crowd went out to the Fair (Grounds to see the roping and bucking exhibition given by the Aus- tin boys from Cnrdstun. All, the new arrivals in the west who had ne- ver seen a bucking broncho or a la- rint over its head wore out to see and the old timers wont with them to tell the tenderfoot how it used to be done. To the animated 1 he exhibition was a revelation oi horsemanship but to the old timer it was rather tame. It was through no fault of the riders who are ns good as any on the plains but. they did not have horses capable of jiv- ing a exhibition, although th the police hove us stow- away to be held for deportation. ITc will be taken back to trial. Baltimore 2nd Game- Newark 3.6.6 2.9.2 Toronto 6.7.1 At Jersey City- Jersey City .-..6.S.5 Montro.il I4.-2.4 At Providence .1 a'pan for Providence 2.6.1 1 Rochester 2.7.2 robbing the post office safe, three' Vvjigitn-ii i-nriy Siimin.v morning set fire to tho store of F. W. Seidel at Somber, located in the northwestern part of this county, and Mr. Soidol's body and that joi an unknown person were found in thc ruins after the had beenxextinguished. The are believed to have murdered Mr. Seidcl white he slept, and then looted the solo and in Border to cover.their crime set fire to the frame bliildi-ig. Roth bodies were badly burned nnd one has not boon completely identi- fied but it is believed to be. that, of Mr. Soictal's neice. who ha- jiorn ing her home at Somber. Tne J i'itary Oolloj-.v has headed the list ing was toioily j lno graduating and h.is won is little or no trace of tho jn royal engineers. TYoplo. on the a iuar- jter past nioming a spec Colenian. Altn.. .luii MnrNao, need five, -on of Andrew NfacXar. was ;u R o'clock this morninc in orook here. oc. in mint 01 A LOCAL BUDGET J. W. Kvans, manager of the Knight Sugar Factory. Raymond, was in the city yesterday, returning this morning. The last of three of cat- tle shipped by the Knight Sugar Co. to II. A. Winnipeg, went through yesterday. There were 271 head in the shipment, making SSI all told for the three shipments. The will have a train leav- ing Macleod at six o'clock a. m. on July 1st, ami -It.h, making close Connection with 21 t C.rnw' BLAIRMORE WON Blait-more, June impossi- ble happened here today when Blair- more won irotu Frank at basoini.l. The score was It n.s Blair- more's game from the start. Frank's impregnable bunch look easy lllairinore's lineup was a.s ioll-vs: c. Tnghain p., Finlay M..1 n.- ren lb., Cook 2b., M'Jrpny 'SI j anis K.S.. Lyons r.f., Gilroy c.f., Par- ker l.f. Our Exhibit At the Fair The Lethbridge exhibit for the Do minion fair -left on the local today for Calgary in charge of Aid. Hutton _ V w- H. Morris. The exhibit -'sol thc Lcthbridge hotel. T. S. McKon- lhc naturft, of thc ,iw 7ie of the O. W. Kerr Co. had their !tmS !ll-iH.v nhont 10'24- Thc Canada West Conl Co. of big auto iill roiifly to take a trip into The engino was nm- a spark got into the tho country. ning when wrong part, of the works nnd instant- ly the whole machine %vas a ninss of Constable Kroning pot GOOD FOR CARSON (lames. lo tho Tiro hall in short order (ind in a short time the. chemical was playing on the flames soon extin- guishing I hem. The fire was exceed- Kinpslon. Ont.. Juno inffiy hol. cracking the plate glass n-r, >1 I U-JJ.H window oi the hotel opposite. For- tunately ten gallon can of gasoline in the tli.J not explode. Tho dam age wa.s only slight being a matter oi S150 to S200. district. There will bo all of grains, hny and alfalfa. FA cry there will be fresh exhibits of s-raw- A piece of r.Oitl mine, weighing Ho is a Kingston mar.. bcr has a unique exhibit for the Dominion Fair and were operat- j nml alfnlfft< ing it at Taber. Tt consists of a j fmm small electric railroad on a circular! a (on nlul measuring by by track. An electric locomotive with six new roal cnrs nicely paintetl fonn tho train. People will bo. given free rides on the train and in the course of their trip will will see large piec- telling the natural resc-irces os and bins of smaller coal, the railway facilities of the citv will d'u-t of the mine I g-ot up. Messrs. Fair- field. Hatch ami Conybearo will tnko j '2 will bo a feature. Tho word "Ivethbridge" woik-ni ir. I wheat, oats and llax will display- ed in large signs. Two large sign J. T. Johnston, general manager of turns in Ifeing in of the exhi- the Toronto Typo. Foundry Co., died (lo lnc vocal advertising for suddenly in Toronto. 1 the metropolis of the south. ;