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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I. JUKI IT, Itll MO. It! OIYEUWHS LAID 10 REST fClJ Off THI' Rari Wiliaaa. Oat, Jaaa lai JftdUe, waa working oa the Oraad Hank PaeaU at Wast Fort WttUai, tatt this and was drowned, He was Princeton, N, J, Juue Cleveland's buried tonight in the .Cleveland plot in Princeton cemetery. At o'clock aa the sun waa sinking in the "Wart, ,a diatin guitthed company "watched at the body was lowered Then the simple burial services oj the Preajgrterian .church read the.- Uat ol the ;e had; driven up to the _ to the burial place, the been pronounced anc those gathered the grave, began to leave the cemetery Many of 'personal 'friends o ihe dead siateaaian lingered aboa the, spot -His last rest- ing torn WGS per mitted.io east_a tahavel of, earth to the wishes of Mrs. the service both at the house and ihe cemetery were very TIMES tTRATHCONA RESCUED THE True Stary Mr. Failur to Get tha Comas ta Light 'appears that the retention in' the hands of- the Walters family, whx have so successfully its'des- tinies for. the past century and more ol aotjapaaV. a loM'ot 1 FaeaV ME-ARMED MAN SWAM RAPIDS v DCBCNTUMCS SOLO Vancouver, B. C., Jnae of- er Aateliva Jarvia A Co.. >f WM for the HJTOJW Vancouver lehanturea -was by the coaaotitiee'today. BASESAU. PLAYER HURT Newark, N. J-, June Murray, right fielder of the Buffalo Eajtera Leagwe, b in 9t, K Newark, with a fractured akall as a result of being hit by V pitched tar a with Newark today. At tonight.it said he was" in a aerious "condition. BH.S rf i UUi C. 6.-Edward 0. son.ol Mrs.. A. while bathing e was re- wards. PERSIA _ Tsauraa, Jkamt.-aV-Tlie Shah o( rVnaa Witt 4 decree Sunday diaaoiviag Padaataaavl and ordering flnatfcoaa lot UK assembly and vaiae "Itt Vttl in state thne SHERMAN IMPROVING Cleveland. Ohio, Jvae Presidential candidate Sherman's condition was absolutely formal to- day. are nvt perfected M> ,that hit reception. 'be in Utfea oa tae night of July 8th. After that Mr. Sherman may Mibjeet to an operation that he may not bV bothered during the fall campaign. Niagara 'Y.; With ootfciag to protect him but a cork life .preserver George Powell, a one aimed Buffalo man this afternoon ami the Devil's Hole jrapids and on lie covered the two and ooe half iniles in thirty-flve minutes. This is a feat'which has beea perform- ed only twice before. Powell entered the water at the'flat rock just below the whirlpool and swam directly to the, middle of the nver.AV the turn below the whirlpool Powell made a desperate struggle to keep above the water. At one time he disappeared far sixty-seconds. Paaaing the lower bridge, he was. tossed about like a MALIfAX Hattfcx, MTlie City Coun cil taught. iHilltiftjir Sanford Fl-u ing's ol laaw for a park The hitch 4evtlayod the commemor- ative "tower which the'city wan to erect a on the property coating at kaat SUICIDED IN APOUCE CELL SUCCUMKD TO IIUURliS Winnipeg, Man June' goffering intense pain from a broken arm and collar bone and severe inter- nal injuries, John Pewuier, died at the general hospital today. He was knocked down and run over by a heavily laden wagon; A Swede Qatar lane Jnr Tabs Is life STRIKE OVER Kingston, June tin- smiths strike is over. The men will resume work, not having secured their demands, which were present wages or eight hours instead of and recognition of the union. The strike >ted four weeks. Powell held something at re- cork. serve at the end of the perilous trip. He reached the dock at Lewiston with- out difficulty. a "'-'-ijiki GrowangTown LETHBRIDGE GIRLS AT THE FRONT Capture Leading Prizes at Havergal The'reposls published ?in of Havcrgal Winnipeg College papers is due directly to offices o Lord.Strathcona When the first hitch in thfe Pearson that .the Lfcthbridge students s-vepi the examinations captured practically every depart- These clever girls are Misses negotiations was made Lord Strathcoiui, who had signified, his willingness to- in company, the difficulty was i 'not- likely to be easily set- tled, third party with the object of saving the the bands of "the minor ity of shareholders nho were dissat is tied with ihe dividends and intimated' in 'this _wayv ing ness to guarantee a TunCsifBcieul to satisfy the claims: of and ensure payment 'of a dividend equal to that prior to the Times Book Club. v failure of Mr. Pearson to raise sufficient confidence in the shape of hard .cash and reasonable conditions "of- transfer made Lord Strathcona's task, all the more Edna and Etta Henderson, da of and Gladys Downer, daughter of "Mr. Miss Edna Henderson took the gen- eral pr ue in'lPart l.aa- triculation class, besides taking bei pjrt 1 matriculation 10 Manitoba uni- She took also the boarders __ by E.r L. Drewery'. In athletics she took the Drewery cup for gymnastics and sec- ond .prize for tenuis Miss, Etta Henderson won the gen- eral proficiency ,priie in Form fi (Part II matriculation) besides passing her second pjfrt of matriculation to Man- itoba university. The first pnxe for tennis went to her. MisiP Gladys Downer was success ful in getting the Form geaeral pro-, ftciency prize and first class honors in the Toronto College of Music piano competition Joz The Herald congratulates, the young ladies on their brilliant successes. Hoaiarr. the Crow's Pass'ia into pro- of the town dunna; the paat 'stz montns ia i otneaal. Altawaga was a Hos- mer two ago it has been during the six montJHiAthat things'be-' gan to aad since then every- thing has been going ahead by leaps and IxHinds. 1 It taja C P.R. town, the comilbiy haying charge of the mines and part of'the tnwnslte. The cause of fact that of coke coal is found there m Seven bundled and. ovens'have built. The'company are at pre- sent engaged in puttuig m dftfts in- to work done this year the company Moose Jaw, June Stillman a Swede was found hanging dead in a cell in the police court at 4.46 this evening. He had been brought in day 'by Corporal Cm from Mortlach -r to aaawer to a charge ol uttering wortlkleaa cheque. Stillman tied his braces together and made M slip knot and fastened one ead to the top of the cage, and then pot it around n', neck and jumped off ihe bunk. He was found his Enees touching the floor. Artificial reapiratkm tried bat was unsacceasful. An n- queat win be held. StiUman's peo pie are wealthy; residing in Malay Sweden and have frequently sent him He wan about 36 years of age and served a term lately in Eegina for the same offence. -r FEAR BUCK HAND AT HALIFAX ASSIGNMENT Halifax, June wholewle dry goods and manufacturing firm of Wjn. CummingB and Sou, has assign ed: Liabilities are and asseU ICost of the are in Montreal and Toronto. Be? ti bim Bave ha Arm! QALICIAM QETS VSARS Winnipeg, June Andrec zuk, a Galician, was this morning sentenced to twenty years' imprison- ment lor manslaughter. He made a dramatic appeal to the court to order his hanging .saying to imprisonment. he "preferred it ORDER FOR HILLCREST COAL jSpokane. June _Wa8hing: ton Water Power company of Spo- just closed a contract with E. F. Waggoner, president of the Un- ion Fuel Ice company, for tons of Hillcrest coal from the mines of that name at Frank, B. C. B. -C.y June arrest of eleven Italians -was made thus morn- ing. They are supposed to be trying to organize a black hand society here. it appeared that the secret was giv- away by some one who had been approached to join the society. More arrests are likely to follow. NATIONALISTS MAY TOUR THE WEST FOR PREEMPTION Notice of an Amendment to Land Bill mf Ben Jan.es today "sent an exhibit of his prize-winning oats to- the -Domin- ion Fair. Electric .light, aad water systems will be installed 'within the nextrtwo or three J to YOUNG RAILROAD WRECK When Mr. fotwanTwithl WON THE GAME his iresh capital, the offer made by a friend andjcoming _____ High Commissioner for Canada prov-1 up teams' met y last baseball field 'and as a >ner maae from I the- ejihibition of bal not Di PENNSYLVANIA the townsite has engaged id stumping A new SRJJ built across the river is also being constructed by the gov- ernment. There arc now four good hotels board ol trade was organised on June 16th of which Mr. Nickersoa is president. Hosmer also boasts of having base- and lacrosse teams. June Commons was occupied all day with Hon. Frank Oliver's western land bill and when adjournment came, just before 'mid- night some seventy of the one hun- dred and two clauses of the bill -had been passed through committee with the enjioiyenient -of the Opposition. The of large importance West', involves few points of and' the attendance and-the debate, of quiet character. An illuminative feature of cussion of the bill this year .is the apparent eagerness with which the Oposition is going back on its- policy of last year With respect lo the pre- emption clauses iof the bill. session the on the fir's, left, strenuously oposed the bill as involving, a discrimination in fa- vor of new, as against- old settlers. This year with the" pre'-emption area restricted to the two newer provinces the trend of criticism' from the Op- ppsition side was -that the area had Sir Wilfrid LaurW May Make Watt. Tour With Baurasaa en Hie Toronto, June despatch re- ceived by a local paper from Ottawa states that Sir Wilfrid Laurier, it is understood, is planning 'to make hia big Western tour, starting from Otta- wa the first week in September. He will be acompanied by E. M. Mac- donald, A. K. McLean, Fred Pardee and D-% Beland. This tour "wll1 be followed up by a pirty of Conservative orators. Bdurassa. and Lavergne, also, may make a trip through the West. B.L. Richardson, editor of the Winnipeg 'Inbune. who is running against Tur- is interesting himself in a tour of the Nationalist leaders, and if suit- able arrangements can be made they will be. seen on the stump in the Western provinces. undulyv restricted. 'y- Frank jOliver, -gave an- amandment- extending the- area 'a little injthe northeast and west, so as "to" make it more symmetrical. The increajbed area will and four million 'acres. of the bill will "be resumed on Monday. The Y. X. ed most acceptable, and though source from the" requisite help came was not made known .to" any save those most it was none the less keenly appreeiat- ed. llr. I 3 At time, it is" stated, Lord interest Jirfi-the ordinary the Times cash guarantee'was made absolutely any condi- tions, save that the paper should COB tinuc the same polky in regard'to foreign affairs that had characterised it m the past, and'should five the same impartial and foil' attention to colonial affairs. was on theTilab and very lew hits were made off him. The feature of the game was a difficult poe-haaded -catch, by. Josh Moore. "rat the.finisl was The line up -j RLailway p, Culbertson "c, May Ib, Bailey 2b, Kenny ss, Kin- near Sb, McKenue. and Harbeke Reid cf, Davis rf. Y. M. p, Brandow c, Johason Ib J. Moore 2b, Green M, W. Muore 5b, Clark If, Austin cf, Courtice -rf. Haileton7 June Penn- passenger train .which left-Pottevile at 530 am. for Kescope. Pa 7 was wrecked at Lofiy, on the mountains near here at a m. today and the engineer ia report- ed to have been killed and several paaaengers hurt. The engineer is un- der the'wrecKed engine. The accident occurred on the tracks of the Lehigh galley Railroad which road is used (or some distance between Delano and Harleton. BASEBALL RESULTS EASTERN': At R.H.E Baltimore Rochester 7 At Provklence Montreal 0 At Jersey City- Toronto J Jersey City 5 At Buffalo B- Newark AMERICAN: At Washington 8111 Boston v.r. r...t.W4 crrvNEWsiN BRIEF R. W. Fletcher of the InUad Rev-_ Er- enue" Department, Calgmry, is in the city. R. R. Markle of Medicine Hat acd J B. Markie of were in the city last Miss Addy left this morning for her home Tapleytowti, near Hamilton. FARMER STRIKX BYLrGHTNINd BACK FROM HIDDEN FORTUNE Par lee's O id Oil Stock Turns Out Valuable 1 M- .Winnipeg, 'June; Years ago F. eteanifitter employed in the L- N. v-R- vTEdmonton bought sliarfs 'of twen- cents pec share and almost forgot bout it. The. share certificates were eft in the bottom of an old trunk, were a remin- er of a bad investment. A few days ago, however, Pariee happened to be s office in Edmonton and UTAH MINES New York ...........1.4.1 Philadelphia ..O.I At Chicago Cleveland At Detroilr- Detroi t i. St. Louis .4JJ NATIONAL: At New _' _ Boston .y.OJ.1 THIS ROAD TWO RAILS LONG Four Rails and a Ties Laid ta Save Charter Pa., Jane trades of the Pittsburg and Northwestern Railroad were laid this afternoon in Loyalhanna township. It is ably the shortest ehartetv4 in the United States today. The road is owned by Prttetarg who have been fighting the eutrance of the New York Central into the Pittsbarf tcrntory. it was found late last night that the Charter wocH empire at the next mid- nifht waless track laying waa done. FOOT rails were aad >a road two rails ja .Jeafth WM com- pleted. It waa hoped that this will save the charter. __ BOY DLLS HLS UTTLE SKIER Aafastua, June 10 year oM son of Fred Moss shot and killed his loar.year old sister while playing with a gan today. Then he c'kmed the body to the hoase and said the victim had met death by falling on a pitchfork. A doctor on examm atida discovered that ihe little girl had been shot. DEPUTY MINISTER'S SODDEN DEATH MIUTIA ran QUESCC Brandoa, Jane retard- ing the western reafcaentatwa at the Tereeateaary ecfebratioa at Qaeto were received today by Col. Svmaa. A composit iLgiamat of ITS aaea will the miHtary dwArieta bctweea Fort WilNaai aad the Oast, These win soead Itreai .togiaa, Sask.r Jvae P Ketehrn, depaty wtinister of aartcal tare, dWI saddenly at WM lart najh in Crecbnan as the' rcsalt of a ae saastroke. 7 w wi JBB IIKPCWW -10 r xMWWWI, UMfc wabt iato the fmit nOa KFaWHKWI CHI C3t SCd K IMM ettjr, for. Uw; 0.t of a box of Ont., to spend the vacation. Miss Sharman. was m passenger on the Fl.ver this bound Man., to sportdfSerrholidays. J. F. Carlctom-of m the city on hia way harge of the HnnUville Methodist tfissibn. Kiss Preston .of the pnblic school staff left this morning oa the Flyer o spend her holidays at hoaic, Nap- nee, Ont Rev. Dr. Hose of Broadway? MMfe. odist Church kiu, acreated a invitation to Shcrbovrne.St. hodist Church, Building permits >iAye beea tahaa- out by D. tT Hay dwelling on Maple Creek, June seriouB accident .occurred near'here today. A young man named Bailey Horton waa the victim, while plowing lor Henry three miles south of town. An eieHric storm was raging-at the time, and Horton was struck by lightning. He was badly burned all down the right side. He was brought to the hospital in town and little hope is entertained for his recovery. Horton is an haa no.friends in this country. Two other men rounding up cattle were also struck but not seriously hurt. DOUBLE DROWMNC AT MONTREAL Westminster Road Robert At CDiicago .tt.lt.1 Cincinnati At St. St. ...........v..k. 7.8.3 Pittsbnrf {days at Ojaebec aad will Jaty 18th. A TCffiawntal ttat eoneietinf of one lii attaant eakael. adjataat. kal oaWcr wtt he by the aritfaa eVpartunat at Ottawa. son a dwelling on Kmeat. St. O. Malmberg, of High haa taken a contract at Brooks tor- the C.P.R. breaking, seeding and fencing 300 acres of raw prairie. M visitors and straagcra wiy TK. inade welcome at the in the Church tomorrow; The wi'.I tne services. Even1 ing aubiect: "Slippers'-, places" To- n-orrow will be Mr. Tast day at home for six weeks. Afcr. A. Ba.lachy, well known High River lawyer, is to married ia July to Miss Gcnevicve McDonnell, of Bay City, Mich. Misa. McDonnell Is sister of Mrs. Charles Clark, wife of the Editor or the Hlgli R.ver iSmes. The will be solem- nhwrt at High River. On Mont-Ay evening -the Leikgwe of Wes'ey Church will give a lawn on the parsonage lawn. It- the -faathsr is net farnrabte it Montreal, June In fifteen feet of water, and not twenty feet from the sfcore- two youths were drowned this evening opposite Maiorineuve. The victims .were Albert Trudean, of 948 St. Catherines St., and Paul Drolet of 56 Leturnaux ,Ave. Both Teere -17 B. K. of Tabr, is register- ed at the Dallas on his way home from an extended trip into the Tintic Min- ing District in Utah which is one of the oldest and _bcst mining camps in that state and of late is developing into'.one. of the greatest metal mining districts in the: known' world. Mr. Bullock and his brothers owh roining properties which join, the Iron Blossom and.Crown Point Mines and is in close proximity to the famous Colorado and Sioux Mines All of the above properties, with ers too-numerous to mention, arc th ones which have made, inal advances on the Salt Lake Min iiig past month, owin to the vast bodies of very high grad ore "they have encountered. However, with all these good things he says Southern Alberta looks bet.- icr to him than ever. He hasn't seen any crops in Oregon or Washington to compare with those, of ours. He and "his brother, B. R. Bul- are making arrangements to install an up to (late coal plant on their 4 C Bootless Coal properties at Coal City, four miles'west of Ta- ber: iicntioned the fact of his having liese shares casually. The broker thereupon informed him that the lock was worth per share, to- gether with accrued, dividends; which Purleeyhad- never claimed. This neant; a tidy about for him, 'and he passed through here en route for California to claim it. BOY TOOTED AS HE BREATHED Swailowed-Toy WhistU and Then Became a Human Philadelphia, Pa., June resounded home of 4 year old Hyman Goldberg, 606 Oerrit atroct, for two days. .His mother discovered flute-like notes.; wore due to, the inhalitibn and ex- halation of .the breath of-'her son. Physicians. tried the- usual meth- ods ;for removing the whistle from the yuUiigster's insides, but they failed, and yesterday the.-X-ray was resort- d to. It showed that there really i a toy "tooter" in his esophagus, where it was tightly lodged, and it re- quired a delicate operation to dis- odge it. WEDDING Af STAFFORDVlliE farm. Mr. Oatrefl to have berrfea oa the 'iaariret next .week. He wi'.S UK Letabrfclge cxhibtt at tHe Dotniefoa Fair at Calgary with 48 qaarta c aay coninvencins; on way, v will be Held in the basement of the chvrctl. Strawberries ice crewn and other riaintte be aerv ed aad a good prograaMne provided. TTie Lcthbridge City Hand will he present to provide mua_c. Last evening at eight-o'clock at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Easton, at Staffordville, Willwm Stephen Johnston, dairyman of Leth- bridge, formerly of Anchorless, Ab erdeenshire, Scotland, and Mise Nich- olas Waugh Easton of bethbridfe, formerly of New Monkland, Lanark- Scotland, were married by Hev. A.M. Gordon. The troom was sap- ported by the bride's brother, James. and the bride by the groom's sister After the ceremony was over, lane company of friends par- took ol the snmptnons supper pre- pared nad later spent in speethes and musk. the evening JOHNSON IS. WANTED Governor of Minnesota as Bryan's i Running Mate Denver, June among the democrats- of prominence who have come to Denver to attend the con vention, which held in thi: city beginning one week from nex' the choice of a -Candida! for vice president .is the leading them and it is-already evident that in thi respect at .least the convention wil be the counterpart of the Republican convention at Chicago. As choic among candidates, Governor Johnson has a decided lead: Little attention is paid to the announcement that h is not a candidate and would not ac cjpt. Those who favor him say that while he has been successful in Min nesoU, he has .not won such a plact in his party that he can afford t decline a nomination for second plae on a democratic ticket. B A CHE LOR DROWNED Pearson, Man., June Bright, a bachelor farmer who has ived here for twenty-five years was bund drowned in a pond neatf his tome hist night. CANADIAN AT THE HEAD Minneapolis. June a6rT-Charles G.. ould. librarian of McGill Universi- ty library, Montreal, was today elect- ed president of the American library association. SACRED CONCERT Weather permitting ihe- City Band will give a sacred concert in the Pub- lic Square Sunday evening bepinring at 0 o'clock. The following is the pro- the Bells Lifhty 2 Miller My God to Thee Mason (b) Alma Redemtoris Diville Spark Harwood Baritone Mackie-Beyer Love to Tell the Story Andanter-Canabete Op. SJ' Mackie Miller Maple Leaf Baafh God Save the King ;