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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald VOL. M. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA, MONDAY, 28, 1909. NO. 167- BLOODHOUNDS PURSUE SCENT PRINCE VON BUELOW WILL RETIRE Believed That They Are On Trail Of Hold Up Men lierlin, June Von Buelow today authorized the announcement that he .intend- i-d to ivtiro from the chancel- 1 rslup of the Empire as tht11 pending finance measure is disposed nf one way or an- LOCAL NEWS NOTES A. Macdonald left for Calgary today on a business trip. C'. F. P. Conybearo. K.C., is away Kamloops. B. C., June to Winnipeg. chase after the hold up men goes nier- K: Kcnll.v 'eft -for Canary this af- rily on, and thc; police look for a where-hc will enter the cul- ture within a few hours. Early today ;toni office- the bloodhounds struck a scent and j Barker, of Bradford, Onl-, is they have been following it up ever' since. A man's shirt was found in a place that looked very much like the tempo.ary domicile of the rob''-is. f r. ver uiyht. With every portion th'- district from the scene oi the hold-up south to the boundary and north to Cariboo carefully patrolled, it seems impossible that the men will escape. Sergeant Murray, in charge of the searching party says that two im- portant have been located, which strengthens the theory that the men who perpetrated the hold-up are not far from the spot now. The work of the detectives is not without avail and important development.-, aiv looked fur very shortly. It is esti- mated that the total number went to J-iicoir.be this i afternoon, where she will visit by "Lame Bob" 'Eastman, the sister for a few days before leaving j fugitive broker and suicide, who de- holidays before to the coast. for her home in Stratford, Out. Thc Frank Paper .savs Friends perial Unity.1 Definite results in thejthe Rev- Tavlor. who is de clared that- there had been a party in of i his bungalow and that Mrs. Wood- reductiun of Pacific cable rates alone n c- V.K h'S nw fleM at Flshbllrn Ms go- t r11 hacl be'-n attacked with a chara- w P mad, th, conference invaluable th, beginning of the end Of I by evening at pvom an. Th pix'st'ntatlon and with lonely little char-es throughout LOCAL NEWS NOTES Sunday -July IS will be Confirma- tion day at St. Patrick's church, when the bishop will be in the city to take charge of the A. Matulis. who has been con- nected with Skeith Tilley in tho real estate business for some time, has opened an olnct- on his own ac- count in the Kryan block, where he will earn on neral real estate, in- surance and brokerage business. The members of the- intermedia) e lacrosse team are asked to turn out: to a full practice tonight. After the pract.ice a meeting- will he held 10 select a team to go to Taber on the Jirst of July. Lethbridge i.s musiral as well as beautiful. Few cities of its can boast of so many bands. The city has four, the Citizens" band, the Un- ion Concert band. the Salvation Army hand and the new band re- cently organized at Xo. 3. ieth-' bridge is certainly with its four bands, five football teams, sev- era! baseball clubs, flourishing- tennis and cricket clubs, besides a league of! juvenile baseball clubs of such fame as the Red Sox and the Scarlet Run- ners. Justice Stuart Gives Decision In Case Of Moffitt Vs. C. P. R. BANK CLERK DISAPPEARS liocanville, Sask., June 27. F. W. Sussex, teller in the Union has mysteriously disappeared, and the inspector from Winnipeg: i? here making an invest igation, but so far has bi-eii -.riven out for pub- lication. Sussex came her Palmerston. a year from Mr. Justice Stuart hasiven -his 'last sfssion uf the I K.C.. fur fur on s-.-v-j cf which MINISTER DEAD irontri.-al, June 23.- -Rev. T. G. Wil- liams, D. D., one of the most, widely known 'ifethodist ministers in East- ern Canada, died suddenly at Cham- bly Canton. He was superannuated! sonio years ag--s. H." previously filled prominent pulpits in tin- decision in the cast- of Moffit vs.' C. P. R. tried, at the i Supreme C-'urt. K. B. Bennett, defendants moved er.-tl grounds uiily for consideration by Jucjge. ft was: "'That there was no from which ihe jury could r-'fis..nably infer rlu- existence oi a reasonable expectation uf pecuniary j ben.i-fit t.i) the mother from the con- tinuance of the liiV of the' deceased." The -deceased Edward Moffit, a i C. P. R. brakeiinm. who was killed iu the yards here. The jury awarded the mother Of this conference, including church, this citv. Montreal James t marls in hiu'h cabl Emire." The News says: "It is true the 1m- j pi-rial conference has been ;il- lowed intervals in which to discus? j literature and cable rates and make j pjvivinciai tours, but from the be- ginning to the end Imperial defence has been their fav.'ritc subject and it is quite right for Journalists j to be well up to date some one might perhaps have reminded them thjat p n ft T 'lhe conference which is seriously go- Man horn Panama Here not meet till next month." i The "That the confer-j jtiice has carried out many useful pur-! I poses is undeniable; j 'if- The Times thinks the conference did i wisely in abstaining from embodying j jits views on Imperial defence in any) finite resolution. HAVE BIG CANAL TO HOMESTEAD; Search Of Alberta Land the'. jielicitous words gave expression of j their reg--ar-d while sending him on his journey with a well filled purse. WAGON ROAD TO ALBERTA LINE British Columbia Will Con- struct It Telephones Coming Too Fetters, of Dayton. Ohio, is m Paraded To st.D ratricK B Tho St. .lean Uaptiste Society, of Slavonians. !ie.id.-ci by the newly hand, tuined out in full force and marched to a special ser- vice, at St. Patrick's church Rev. Father Rpsvnihal conduct- L mass and Kev. .Father Lestance pivached an imjiressive sermon on His Honor says, "Of course, the sum awarded was grossly not TO say ri- diculously excessive, in a'rnount. It was suggested by council for defend- the city prospecting .with ai view to locating with his sons on j homesteads. j Mr. Fetters i.s one 01' the i men who are at work on the .Panama i canal and left his position loco- motive cng-ineer ten davs a.o on a ten weeks' holiday-. removing! io Aiberla lie will return to fulfil his period of engagement. As Mr. Fetters speaks of the enor- mity of the enterprise on which he is :ed. one not versed in such s can .scarcely comprehend its vastness. (Special to The Herald) Fernie, June Cummins; Awful Tragedy At Quiney, i As much as twenty-eight tons the lite 01 John the Haptist, .showing! ants that the Judf trial would have e presiding at the power under the New Pastor Makes Good terms of the North West Territories Act to reduce the amount of the ver- jdict but I see nothing which could i in my opinion justify me in taking tuat course. Judgment must there- j fore be entered for the plaintiff for and costs." As will be seen jthe Judge considered the evi- jdence that the mother would have benefitted from a pecuniary stand- j point from the continuance of the life ;of Edward Moffit, her son. He says, The new minister of Wesley church, j however, that the, evidence was slight 'Rev. T. P. Perry, formerly of High but sufficient. C. F. Harris con-' River, started his public ministry in ducted thp case for tne plaintiff. R.B. Lethbridge yesterday. Laree congre- i Calgary fop ..Kftn-'- gations greeted him at both services. ant- Mr. Perry 'delivered two splendid ser- i mons, each with a strong evangelis- 1 DROWNED AT WINNIPEG tic note. As a preacher he is pleasing.; Juue and oonvmcing sermon following should live a life, of prayer and of courage his example j speaking the truth fearlessly. Commencing- next Sunday four ser- vices will be held each Sunday. The first mass will be said at eight, chil- dren's mass at nine thirty, -and mass at eleven a.m. and seven thirty p.m. Sunday school at three o'clock. lite and powder have been used in one blast. The river bed is dreder- pennance, of i, r ed to a depth ranging- rrom lorty-five m doing arid Qnincy. liLs.. June Guerney sln-t and killed Iris father, Dr. Seneca Gnerney, aged 70 years, wfunded his sister-in-law, -Mrs. Sen- Jr., ngr-d 37, and then killed himself by Bending a bullet into his right ear yesterday.; Gleorgi- Guerney called Mrs. Guerney to his room, saying that he was not feeling well. She offered few words uf sympathy, whereupon he drew a j magazine iwoh'er from under 'posed provincial wagon road through. 11 he Crow's Xest Pass lo the hound-, ;'ary between, Mritish Columbia and i Alberta. i Some four or five miles of the route i from Morrissey towards! j Fernie. nlready been located. This work. ii-n--v has: hastened by tho of the! pole lines of the Kooteuay Telephone! and slam by a jury will meet in the bungalow itself within .sight of the grave to which the body i of Eastman was conveyed early yes- j terday with no further ceremony than the muttered prayers of a few laymen. Theories as to how. when and why the i murder was conunitted are borne upon i every wind. There is no indication that I Eastman's identity was about to 'be j discovered by the authorities and that I he had asked to flee to i Europe with him. j Prior to the murder, Eastman's {neighbors would have been prepared j to defend him against any imputation of his character, but after all is said, the striking fact remains that East- j man. following the murder, for which j he claimed in the: letter that he. was j not responsible, came to Baltimore j and pawned the jewels of the woman, j joked with his acquaintances, showed mil of bills .which made, the their pro- i eyes in wonder, and conducted him- ;D.S., has instructions from the pro-! them jvincial government to begin at. once frugal country residents open the survev and location of the This company is now pushing its Hues to make connection with the I Albert a system at the boundary line nd the provincial authorities are the I endeavoring to aid the enterprise as to three hundred and seventeen oet j clothes and fired at her twice. She i much as possible by establishing the On the forty-seven miles of railroad n'r ni ''ie> right cheek and back.! Dr. Guerney attempted to go to her i rescue and was shot down. The son' then killed himself. Til health and there arc two hundred and eighty- three engine and train crews ait wo.'lc was based upon the text 2 Cor. iii :18, noon lhe River twf) victims to the long list of drowning hauling the earth and rock away. The men have very comfortabis quarters. Many are living, then? with their families and have every conven- ience. There is no fever, and fatalities that have occurred been due to accident. Some fifty nationalities are represented am -ng the men engaged on the work. Maiy of the cranes and the Jocks are op- erated by electricity. It is expected that the work will completed Phc Canada West Coal Co.rot January 1st. 1915. To Deal With Taber Trouble worry over the death of a daughter and his separation from his wife is supposed to have affected the slayer's mind. Rudyard Kipling's Latest Poem New York. June Kip- j ling has just written another political ber. has applied for a Board of Con- j Tt will be rather a surprise to some j poem like "The (famous in order that the telephone people can follow it with their poles. The material is conveniently distrib- uted all along the route for the build ing of a first class roadway from. Cranbrook through Fernie to the summit, where it will connect with the excellent roads of our sister pro- vince to the east. Why should not the people of these two provinces be able to exchange calls by automobile, and to be j to drive their fine horses over a road which, if properly constructed, will make ono of the finest driveways on self in the coolest possible manner. He showed no trace nf excitement un- til after the identity of. the body be- came known and he was told that .he had better not leave the country. It is then that he made his plans to escape and failing in that, took his own life. The meatbers; of the coroner's jury who believe there is any truth in Eastman's letter are anxious that the mystery of the launch containing two women and three men which was seen coming out of Broad Creek on which 'the bunga- low is located, shall be cleared up. Three, wine and "two whiskey" bottles which had been used were found' in the bungalow subsequent to the mur- der. They today that thy investigations into the'identity" of .the persons seen in.the launch coining r-ut of Broad Creek on Sunday may le'tci to the arrest of some one at" any-mp-.- ment. the American continent Bfitwoen eigMy and The people of. Fernie feel sure members Of the local Masons Attend Divine Service to learn that the temperature is for its flannelled fools at the Lethbridge people will lend a ciliation to be appointed under the terms of the I-emieux Act. The men have been on strike since the middle or shortly after the miners in thermometer ranges from to j tribution to the Morning Post which i Powers that be. the mines of the Western Degrees. j is an organ of the Tories. It is en-j much the same as Southern Alberta, jets and "muddied 'oofs at the Goals." j h-and to assist in urging the import- church last although the air is not so energizing. This time it is a. long pessimistic con-ia'nce of this great highway upon the The rector Coal Operators' Association wont on 1 strike. The company has nominated j Colin .Macleod as a member of the j Hoard, and the miners have nomiaat- i ed W. C. Simmons, of Lethbridge. j The- third party has not Ixjcn j chosen. i MEN FAVOR AGREEMENT titled "The City of Brsss." and is an attack upon -the government and the j I present policies of the Liberals now TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS W. R. Richardson, who for the Masonic lodges marched to 8t. Augustin'sr evening to attend service. Rev. J. S. Chivers con- ducted the service and preached from the text, "Render therefore unto Cae- sar the things that are Caesar's and unto God the things that are God's." men today who are not Jews keep a thel> bogt t_ closed prejudiced minci against Christ. The. Christian state of mind, is one of'openness and freedom. To be' Transformed into the likeness of; STRIKE flbNTINUED i o'mcials POISONED BY ACID j Tittsburg, Pa., .Juno This morning Thos. Filion. one of i inJ-' joint conferences between Christ the mind must "be open to re-'tho at the eeive the ;ruth and its influences. 'with Jl accident. Some Transformation is brought atwiut by llilrt bwn in c'ea.nsing some of i beholding the glory of the Lord as re- thc including a tap. This 'uon o1' vealed in the gospel. Tt is man's w'as was in and took place to do all the beholding of His a of waler from Hie tap before glory in all His fulness of grace and As a n'sult ne'was slightly poisoncci, truth. The result of the transform-' Ifo went to a doctor and was soon ins process is the goal of all Christian the acid had iwen taken off. brewcrv, met tnc Pittsburg Railway i Company and Xational ('resident Mahon. of the Amalgamated Associa- street and electric railway employeos and tne district irriev-ance By Almost Unanimous Vote -May Mean End Of Trouble j in power. Kipling apparently s-os the ruin "fipcv- is dead England because the Asquith govern-' jment caters to the masses instead of i traditional class. The poem closes: "The eaters of other man's bread, The exempted from hardship: Tile excusers of InipDience fled. i Abdicating their Wardship. For the hate they had taught through the state brought the statt defender. past, twenty rears was engaged in j From this text, the preacher taught the up-bolstering business in Winni- that men must not think of themselv- life, namely to become like Christ. The heart longings of man cannot, be .satisfied until they find satisfaction in Jesus Christ. There is nothing oc- cult or haphazard in the change. It i> a certain process but is not reach- ed at a bound. Tt is from "glory to glory" stey by step. The agent Of the transformation i? the Holy Spirit work- ing in us when our attitude toward Christ permits of it.. 0 tho evening Mr. Perry preached fixed up. committee, all negotiations looking] towards the termination of the street oar strike in Greater Pittsburg were declared off and therefore the strike! rent here todav that, the miners at (Special to The Herald) rVrnie. -June report, i.s es merely as individuals in their re- i Frank Roughmond. a negro, was j lation to God but must render to their 'hanged at Siratr'ord. Ont.. this morn i fellow men what he owes them. ling for the murder of Mrs. William Public opinion is an idol iPeaJ-ie. in n'.o township last -Sep- ped by too many men. It ternber. j to render unto it its due out men The Ixaihvay Commission will hear' must not toke things that are God's i ho Dominion Millers'' and sacrih'c them to it. The speaker i Association an.i 'he rirairi asked his Masonic brethren if they Growers' Asso-'iat.ion tis to terminal would be as true to their principles elevator chmxes at Fort William on if they were in the position of. the And it passed from the Roll of Nation, JlJly j when Robinson. e.x-'M'.r.P.. who and disgrace would be theirs for no in headlong surrender." now is on in earnest. Uosiner voted on the new agreement Bandits Shot Russian General B. Premier j last night and the proposition was j endorsed by thc decisive vote of for to (i against. j There i.s little doubt that iho long drawn- out controversy has been end- LUMSDEN HAS RESIGNED Winnipeg, .June Lumsdcn ineer of National Transcon- tinental railwav. has resided. gave the casting vote that ousted Sanfield Macdonald government from put Oliver into power in Ontario, is c ill in general hospital at Kin holdins them. Brigade Called Interchange Warsaw. June Sytin. thief of the gendarme, winle return- inff to Kif'lct' by from Phillipians Brethren Jj bandits who fired several volleys at count not myself to have apprehend- him. The general was -hot throuch His ed: but this one thing I do. the breast. He died tonight. those things which are behind, and i t r Teaching forth unto those things which are before, T pres? toward tho nark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ A patrol sent in pursuit of the bandits lost one killed and one mor- tally wounded. ji d ami the men will soon be back at work. lo Thc Herald) Fernie, .June The event of Bo-minion Day wiH be thc visit of His Honor. Premier .McBridc, and Minister of Public Works. T. Taylor, of the local officers was seen this morning and stated that tho Lethbridgc union would vote cither this afternoon or this evening-. are to be entertained by Fernie Conservative >a smoker to be given Thursday .A'eninir. The stay of the n this city, has been appointed chaplain to the pro- I A LOCAL BUDGET Peter North went to Vincher Creek to sev about leasing an area near there for a range for mutton sheep. Bro.idhurst. of Pincher Creek. Over To No. 3 Of Students :ovcr j j A new crossing has at last ..been. (bunt on Round street between.-. Urirr Bank and the Macdonald b'ccK It is wider and quite an io> prcvemont over the oVd rotten About ihis morning- a mes- Km.', sago to tho fire station that mental Scheme there was a lire at Xo. Chief interciiang.; Kroning and (.he with the chomic-ai engine and found ;uid ('anada. SOJMO paper afire in "ttt in .'''sftnojEatTs! io Xo. ;j was nttulc in six minutes. Canada, wl j Karly this vailed tho brigade out about, five o'clock to give tho. June 2rf.-rAn e has been oi wnivers-itv students i-d [Stat- It is intended f> es- jioivjersity toiir ?being for i 1J ilJ be morning of the 2nd, via Spokane. vjncial at Edmonton. trial was over the suction hose "brokelocal today. thc Another i.s needed from the Uniom Round to the It wouW also be quite an improvement if the driver Rank corner across corner of the square. will provide of the water wagon xvould stop hit sprinkler when passing, crossings. and the boulevard men are helping the trade of the bootblacks, making thc walks 'Wry ;