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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald vol. IV. Lethbridge. Thursday, June 1 HE MAY HAVE TAKEN HIS LIFE Former Iowa Man Mys- teriously Disappeared From This City Leaving Hie Windsor Hotel on'First ftvemie cm tliu morning of June 18th .without saying anything .whatever as to where he Roiug, -Josiah Tay- lor 1ms disappeared, and in of the most strenuous- efforts of his j friends to locate him, tlicv have so j far found absolutely no trace of j him. and it would, seem that the had opened- and swallowed him up. Tins was the information gleaned from" Levi Anderson, of Ogden, Utah, a of the missing man, has been in .the city in search of SIR WILFRID WAS THERE London, June King and Queen today lUti'rided the Thanksgiving services at St. Paul's Cathedral. Sir Wil- frid Laurler WHS present and court dross was in evidence. Their Majesties received a fluttering reception from tho crowds. After tho services they lunched at Guildhall, re- turning to the Palace through the Worth London boroughs Nuinlwsr 107 PAY information for the past two or three Hays. His search has revealed :iotli- (tig, nnd has every fear that Tay lor has made way with himself while In a. fit of detponriency Yesterday the police were called in- Jto the case and Detective Egan, has been it without result. fTaylor came to this country about ihrt'f! mplitjiB ago, and for a couple tf months worker! at On Junu lath came to. the city and renis Jtered at' the Windsor, and remained Ihere'till the night of the ntli or ithe morning..of the.eightcunlh. Since hhcn he has h4en as dead. There seems to he every reason to DYNAMITED THE TWO CARS Strike Situation is Still Serious Other Companies" Seriously Affected Hope for a Settlement Strikers Picket Steamships London, June situation re- sulting from the seamaus' strike was much involved today, but standing out boldly was the fact that strikers' mea stuffs. The quays are littered with cheese, lard and butter which the dock hands prevent the carter's handling. Merchants are much per- me mui mac sinners- mea- uamiiinj. Merchants arc much per- suies for obtaining mcrer'cd 'a-bed HS t'.eir stocks in hand aie were effective in many places. Tho limited. Trade in Manchester lo Masked Men Order Ex- press and Mail Cars to be Detached Eugene, Oregon, June first section of the Oregon .Express on the Southern Pacific R.R. was held uji and robbed tonight at West Fork in Coal Creek Canyon. 'Three masked icn stopped the train, which, was Drllibound, 'ordered the. express and mail cars separated from the passen- ger coaches and then compelled .the engineer to run his engine up the track. It is believed the robbers dy- namited the detached wero effective in many places. Tho Canadian Pacific railway and Allan line yielded this morning. 'T.he Dun- ard line Is expected to follow euit. Iho stewards of the Empress !Vof Britain have returned to work and the loading ot the Tunisian has been resumed. The stewards of the Arabic of the White Star line, due to sail for Hoston Saturday, and Bobvic and Suo- of the'Same line, quit today and' have picketed their ships. Liverpool, June strike has Had a serious effect on the distribu- tion of American and Canadian food- limited. Trade in Manchester disorganized. From forty to fifty ships .including many transit ves scls and a. number of fruit laden ves- sels and those having other perish- able 'cargoes, being held up. June the ef- the bo.ud of trade at media (Ion are shipping strike may yet prove-serious. It is estimat- ed that men joined the ment at Liverpool today and the trade Uiat port is All the passengers on the iteamei of the line whose crew de- serted her.'hsd to .accommodated for the night at boarding houses and a number of postal. vans'TV'hich could not be unloaded hid to" return to the postottice. At Hull tonight the. rioting by the strikers hail- ceased and hopes are high that Controliei General Asquiths mission niuy successful. He has been sent by the board of trade to confer with the ship owners and men. 1 SOMEBODY STOLE BREAD MADE FOR THE KINO London, .June thousand wheat growers'of the province of; Saskatche- wan, "Canada's bread basket" sent to King George as a coronation gift a silver bread' basket weighing twelve Ibs. and filled with bread made from Saskatchewan wheat Is supposed some one ate the bread as It was. not' to be found when the basket reached England. TABERTOGO AFTER THE SHOPS General Supt. Price Makes a Very Significant Remark (he absence of shore sang, who.are on strike, the steamer Zealand of the Red Star line from York, was unable to berth at her. landing stage'today and pass engers were landed from tender. The men due to.relieve Zealand's crew at Meiscs light ship refused to so on duty. COULDN'T GET cars Explo Westiork from fceleve Ihat ravlor has j Mons WLrc with himsell Vhout ten ago tho cars wcn, thev were IIMX (akcn. .u is.reported .that, several fcis died In Iowa, and. since .that time he has tieen vciv despondent at tunes Some itipie ago he got himsell into tronhle a woninn .at" Butte, Mont., and that it was on account 'at j 37 Df this that he came to Canada Since coming here he has written several letters .to ;Ah'derson, and in the last }ic said he was tired of lite, that thousand dollar's worth of.gold dust was pn the tiafn -The train left.San Francisco at 8.20 p.m. yesterday and was due here iv They have brought it through tile .Canyon in ddv light H is believed that the rob- bers learned of the and laid Many dcle- accorumgiv iviany dele- He had bought a gun and was going, tM and MKrs at lhc Diif, an r.nn inmcn t i.Tn .cnirl _ ito put an end to himse.i. He said also that he'hart been robbeci or six- 'ly dollars in Lethbridge. When he left home he had with him over two hundred, dollars which he was carry- Ing in his shoe. Taylor is a man about thirtv-five years of age, five .feet eight inches jtall, wit.li medium light hair and and when last seen was ucaring suit. He was a well-to- farmer, and hart a farm in Iowa fcorth about tlO.OOO It is not- tliouglit that there has beui an) foul Slav leading to his disappeaiance, but Underson believes that lav lor has j lie had tlueatened, an Bttde ifith himsell in some on Bl the nay place Descriptions o ftlie mai have been turnished th Counted Police and ever) effort wil fce made to learn something abou IMS mysterious disappearance International Sunday..'School Associ- ation convention, which closed in San Francisco yesterday, had arranged to return east bj mv of Xorth Coast points, and'a number .of them prob- ably were passengers on the train DOCTOR GOES FREE Alexander of Hull, with th Jnurdsr of Mrs Ethel Marr Spain b a criminal operation, was Magistrate Doming After considering the crown Evidence tor 'days the magls frate thtre not Mfltelent send Oiilmtt tor trlsl SASKATCHEWAN FREE MASONS Regina, June two him Free Masons arrived in the citp today to attend the fifth annual com Implication of the Grand Lodge ot Saskatchewan, A. F. and A. M. At {tills morning's session a civic welcome pas extended by .Mayor McAra. The Remainder of tbe moining session was taktft up by reading the address of Brand. Master, Kev. B. Tata, of jQ'Appelle. An important feature of the day's business wns the re-arrange- ftient of Masonic districts, the total Dumber ot districts in the grand juris Illiction being now twelve instead of! Icn The districts are as follows No 1, Prince Albert; 2, Regina; -'I. .Moose iaw, 4, JMoosomin; 5, Saskatoon: 6, Kstevan; 7. Onttleford; S, Arcola 9, It, Vorklon; 11, Woyburn; 12, Hanley. The day ended with a kail tendered by the three local lodge, to visitors, delegates and their DRY DISTRICTS GET THE RAIN Minneapolis. Tune to a great ertent the drought of nor thern South Dakota, a fair rain fel this morning in practically all of the counties which have needed it, accord ing to reports received today. There Is great rejoicing in the districts which mourned when the) were Blighted by the bountiful rain which tell on Saturday and early this week The weather bureau reported ram at Huron Mitchell, Milbank and Red field, but the three first mentioned points were in 'he southein or middje tier of counties of the state and not. in the region which had needed mois iure Later the Minneapolis, St Louis and Milwaukee railway reoelv ed messages from their agents in South Dakota giving more encourgg- ng reports.' On the Minneapolis 'and St. Louis rain fell at Watertown and Condb, while definite reports did not come from west of Condo The agent here said he had information that here were good rains almost to Le bau on the Missouri River. GOOD HORSES But Bought Herd of Jersey Cattle for Medicine Hat Farm Edmonton, June Duncan .Marshall and H. A. Craig, superintend- ent of demonstration farms, returned to the city today by, delayed G. T. P. train from a trip to Toronto, which had as its object the purchase ot live stock for, the new demonstration, farms of the provincial" "government. Our purchasing expedition was onlj7 partially said Mr. shall. "We bought a car-load of fine" dairy cattle at the Bull Farm at Brampton. They are all Jerseys' and. have heen shipped to the Medicine Hat farm, where they should arrive- today "We could not find horses worth fche money we were ready to pay for firsk class stock, and hig horses have all HE READ TAFT MOIORED OUT OF THE PARTY Canadian Reciprocity Out of Accord with Repub- lican Party Washington, D C, June or Borah's speoch pending President 1 aft out ot the Republican pirty be cause of the Canadian recfprocitv hill, s the talk of the capital today. Borah s an Insurgent Republican fiom away out in Idaho lie has been promin ntlj mentioned for Taft's running mate as vice president in the next residential election. That he should ave deliberately announced in his peech in the senate yesterday after- opn that a man who would advocat been picked up and aie not for sale" [the Canadian agreement was more o Mr Mai shall and Mi Craig visited U Democrat than a Republicnn be number of Ontailo farms to get j cause he had gone cont.arj to th Ideas for equinment of demonstrate piinciple of taint protection uphel farms with interiors. "What was for furnishin considered model farm was inspected on the farm of Robt Kilgour, Toronto. Drought was In evidence in Onlano Mr. Marshall says: "One stretch o country in particular between-Guelnh and -Toronto seemed to be suffering fiom lack of rain.' MISSOURI MAY PRAY FOR RAIN Jefferson City, Mo., June letteis aie being received dally by Ciov. Hadley asking that a day be set aside by proclamation for prayers for rain to break the drought'which1 is ruining the crops Oov Ifadlej said today he may issue a proclamation within two days TUBBORN FIRE IN MONTREAL WHOLESALE AREA Montreal, June looked or a time a> If It was going to be a tubborn blaze for the fire lighters o handle, broke out.at one-forty this morning In the establishment of the Dominion Cloak .Manufacturing .Co.' 240 Lemoine street, in the very heart of the wholesale business section of the city. The alarm being t.irned In ttonj the wholesale district brought out the full fire fighting strength of the central division of the hilgide and It'gave the firemen a couple of hours of hard fight 'before It was got -under, control. The two upper floors, wera' gutted, ivhlle the first, floor as well asUhe (tore on the lower floor occupied by Smith Hardware Co, suffered damage from the water pouring down from ihovii. it was Impossible to ance'rt.iln he cause of the outbreak. Tile dam- age done will (win neighborhood of to IIZ.OOO. 'LACE THEM IN CHILDREN'S SHELTER Sergt. Lamb left yesterday after- oon on the local with the four little oys belonging to the .Conrad, familv f Irvine, whose mother ran away nd left them to the tender mercies f fate some time taking them; o Calgary where they will be taken are of in the Children's Shelter until lomes can be fount! for them. by .the Republicans since the days o Is regarded a nothihg short of sensational. Borah tiuoted Blalne and all of th other, authorities of the Republicai party and he Quoted platforms plat form builders and platform breakers in support of bis contention. CANADA'S CADETS SEVENTH June was seventh In the Cadet Teams rifle com petition here today, scoring 27 against Australia's 40, who were the winners NEW ORANGE GRAND MASTER .Winnipeg, June J. H. Scott, deputy grand mas- ter, was today elected grand master ofuhe Loyal Orange Lodges of British North Am erica, succeeding Dr. Srpoule who held that office ten years ;but lias now resigned. FMMDAKOTA Two Cars Make the Trip; Delighted With Country Dr. Pitzmaurlce and .his brother Thomas, both of llohall, N.D.. and brothers of Oscar Fitzraaurlce. of Milk Hner, uith seven others fiom the same town, aiitoed in -two cars from Mohan to Milk through Mon the eight hundred mile trip tak- ing; a Vesterday thej came up lo -The purtj did not think a gieat deal of they saw of Montana but are greatlj mpressed Alberta and all of them aie investing in land east of Milk Hiver Speaking of the crops aeioss the Ine, Dr Flt7maiirice savs that they .re good in the northern part of'North >akota but in the southern pait of the state and in South Dakota thcr are verj light suffering from drought While the people of North Dakota are strongly opposed to' reciprocity, the doctor aavs that there is a general feeling that the agreement will be idopted b) the United States INTEREST IS GREAT AS EVER Their Majesties Attend the Thanksgiving Service London, June 29 George ,md Man, accompanied h) the Prince of Wales anil Pi mttss M, iv toriai made still another UIDJ; tss thiough the capital 'he jiroceSMon lacked the ceiemoiual rnd milltarv displai of those oi I week, interest was uniliminishcd '-and from Buckingham Palace to the rit) and balk through northwest London, crowds lined round and cheered Their" Majesties 'I he piogrcsb was to At- tend the coronation thanksgiving su- vice at St Paul's and Alternants-to lumn with the lord Major nn-i "the corporation at Guild Hall The ionic was lined hj troops, each ment accompanied 115 bands, amlns sailors and distinguished visitors n on all royal visits to the'cilj. Lord Mavor and'sheriffs King at Ir-mplc Bar i and preceded (urn to St Paul's, thence to Guild lljll, and after lunch there, to the city boundary DIAZ IN GERMANY Fiankfort on the Main, Germain, June Porfeno Diaz, for mer president of Mexico arrived here todav He wa> on his way to Wies boden, where he nil! take the cure COULDN'T SIT ON HUSBAND'S LAP Pittsburg, June llecause her busband Albeit M J homas, a leading business man of .-Beaver. Falls. Pa. refused to let her 6lt on his lap and place her arms about his neck and would turn his back on her as thej were sitting in their home and was cold and Mrs Blancht S 1 homas daughtei of N B Duncan ormer postmaster and wealth) lesi dent ot Zecllenonle Pa, and before her marriage'three years ago a soc- etj belle of her native town asked he court to untie the nuptial knot ''he decree was granted STATE TREASURER FOUND GUILTY (Special to the. Herald) Taber, Mine Price, of tht P. .1, with whom were Sjpt Cam- sron and Dr. Smyth, of Medicine Hopped oft in.Taber.for a few hours his morning, leaving on the-noon rain, accompanied by Hon. A; J. Mac- jean. Supt Price was interviewed by Dr. W. Leech, on behalf of the Aisoc- ated Boards of .Trade of Southern Ai- erta, regarding the posslbilitj of ob-- alnlng free transpoi tation foi a com- nssioner, if one were appointed Vr Jrice stated that under the law this ould not be done, but he advised the oard to take the matter up with Mr MarPherson, geneial passenger agent .Mr Price expiessed great surprise when the estimates for this year's i-rop from the Taber dlitrlct were pre- to him the opin- ion that Taber should have at least two more elevators, and thought that even with six, difficulty would penenced in handling the grain said that the crops were looking fine is far as he could see, and eVpectl to see a bumper crop thin year N'aturall.v the question of the C P. R. shops, wan mentioned, and' was asked If any chance of landing them said that as Taber had not put in an applica- tion for them, it was hardly likely that thev would come here, though It s quite poulble that they mil b ofliter This is the first case of the kind here and Magistrate Walker said Hint If the information .was not: forth- coming tonight severe methods .would be laken. While the work has been ilow on the whole the counting of tha peonle of Winnipeg s big foreign pop illation has proKeded-sinoolhly. SHORT IN ACCOUNTS SUICjDeO, Winnipeg, rune Errickson, collector for the Dominion Expreai Co., and short In his accounts, sui- cided by shooting in his room at the Oriental Hotel earlv this morning- makes Winnipeg's seventh suicide this month. JAG GOES TO JAIL H. Btott. whose love'for booze leav- es his love for work HI. the post quite ren.ucnl.ly of late, made another of his regular calls at Ihe'pollCe station his morning, and lined up before he cadi lo answer the same old song, lenry was drunk last, night and nude o bones iboiit It but pleaded for ust one more clnnce, to squire awaj 'he maglslrale whose patience is econiing somewhat worn by this daily enl tacked on R fine of five and s oi In lieu thereof, a thlit) davs cure In the Sanitarium, 'he money not being forthcoming the ag and its owner will be consigned o the Barracks at .Macleod. MAKES WAR ON THE WEED On account of the agitation against the prevalence of noxious' weeds throughout Southern Alberta this' sum mer, Chief GilleBole .has started to make a thorough cletn up of the city in this regard, and his men are busy rning owners of weed infested lots that the) will have to destroy tha pest, or pay 1'ie damages. In this crusade he states that he wlll'be no espector of persons, and everyone will be warned. He Is also notifying the city of some of the streets .which ire badly infested and thei will be asked to clean up without delay. J'he C P R snd A R and 1 will tone n for theii share, and the chief says .hat when ae Is through there will lot be a weed left In the city If he lo he a sjiotlpfis cltv there Is no better vay (o help thf good work ntanf than bv eradicating the weeds which to every pamr-tgr. 't ;