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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TAFT HAS A BIG LEAD IN RACE Gds Mae ad MaryW fir Re- 1'orlland; Maine, del- elates at" to the Republican tional. convention" were elected to tht state .convention held in this "city today arid will" to. Chicago with- out instruction to vote for any one of -the presidential .eiindidfttes. The, convention however, adopted 'p. reso- lutioii declaring "That 'without at tempting. u> .their delegates the v'asscmblcx in cohventidnr declare HV-H. Taft is their choice for (candidate for presi- dent of the States. ltd., ;-April- state i can con vent ion >niot'--to- day and -i deleg at to -.tbev Convention. resolution -endorsing :Se .of Taft- as'.candidatc fo -the BANK CHANGES Legislature X ]_ Opens With Pomp BEGINS I7S LABOJtS Fredencton, X B, Apnl The first session of the twelfth legislature opened -this- afternoon with consider- able" 1 -pomp and. military display -.Governor Tweedie-s start con- sisted of General Drury, ten' colonels, a inajdr and a lieutenant. .Over half of the 7nembers of the ness legislature -arc making their bow as legislators before .Chief Jus- tice Barkerr The YorniaJ opening- occurred at 2 o'clock af tor. of NottUmnbirland; V had -been elected speaker on' nomination of Prem- M, Spioule pf The .speech from the throuc con- tained the announcement that on.- ac- count of expenditure 01 money on the Ctntuil Huihvuj. dur- ing tlio eight an act lor 'a commission of investigation into ihe; fmuneml. Shatters in connection with the construction and operation of that road .will be introduced dur- ing the "session; The legislation also referred to: in the speech includes-, an act to take WOMAN WITH BULLETS ON LAID DOWN BESIDE HER AND TOOK Mrs, Mike Barcedi, Murdered by'Servian on Her Way to the City--Quarrel Over Money Cause of Crime Murdered Woman Is the Mother of Eight NiHiS S YearrOld Boy Witnesses the Empanels Jury, the way place yf a the. present high- audit ac-. ier ..seconded ..qy .Provincial audit account in .amendment to :the Secretary Fleming. Workmen's. Compensation .for Injuries ibie tragedy that mr took Lttfc- bridgt tscurrtd tWs morning about half past ekvtn whtn ZagaJy, a murdered Mrs. Mike Bareedi, an Italian wamaii OMNI killed himself. witness to the' whole affair that Vas wliou lie met Mrs. liarceili u'ml her little first hill past the coulee going down to the D TO L-- Iwfc WiD-Dc A 3; f in Yprklon, Saisk. Wm. Lcggatt, who visited here last in the capacity 'ot. inspector of the Bank of has-been. ap- pointed assistant manager. of yt the in -'John Aird, in addition ;iv to "hi s- duties as manager at-" Winnipeg, wilK.bc super- branches. J TE> at TVlhni has been made'. an May h hobors arc- 'still, in .the cars and are being :ifed applos. ;.Tli6" BURGLARS Rob Vancouver .i.Stori And Vaneouyer; May 1 of "the bold- est, has .occurred -in Vancouver; for some} years took C.'.Hr- agent "tions'r.to have the cars and if' this -upon" 'trouble' will surely-'erisue as-fully 'half of them arc naked. f Frank Fqnl riepu ty 'aUbriiey gen-' ei-al at'lle'g "ifayor Patrick to the. cliect- that -he .had -referred'. the matter to the .imnngrati6h_depart- at, the' .same 'time thermay'or to de- clared-? insane not showing any1. No w They Want Aaette Civil Service Commsskm the woman got a way hini. He then startexl to shot get .s dropped The little boy ran up -to' 'the hall too. After the last time he appeared" to take a knife or her '.side-combs- lyinff neur the first pool of blood. Ziigaly evidently hod plenty, of shells .us loaded shells were scattered all aloii> the ground as if )ie.-Uad n handful of them. t Cause ef the Crime The en use 'of the ''crime '-is evident from the statement of the little boy who stood by and saw 'the tragedy and >vho ran up to Mrs, riumphnes at. the': Imihigl'atidn and said "My mother is dead. A man has, shot and weut_ on, "He gave my mother some- money to keep .for. him. and- he wanted it back and fuy mother wouldn't give it to him. Here it is, I've got he said as he pulled an envelope containing suoi of money out of his pocket. Lari Osliri, 'a'ii Italian whom Zagaly had been; Witnesses of Tragedy busi- ness of: the House' was again delayed today while tho Opposition put cam- paign literature' into: R-. If; Bordon. A motion' for a commis- sion-of invjstigation into ail the var- ious departments of the civil service, was proposal on which the.speak- ers hung.many- hours of criticism and tliij usual charges of graft: in cpii- "noetiohwith of thej present; .W. JB i-iliartlett M rs. Humph ries and others- "the last part of the trugedyv was sa man after making certain ;that the woman be.side her and turned the revolver on himself. He; -shot -ptJiVee- times and fell ;back, their raised himself again. iind'! fired, shot which "ended -.the tragwly. A Dreadful :toeiie dreadful. spectacle, close together are the: two- so elusc together that the :iiian's left arm is across" tliLv-.-.iwbniau's left wrist, 'her head beinj; biit a short from his feet. Itotli the revolver and the razor -i V7-. i- i man's Mr.' Fjsher effectively pointed-; out VNi ihui there had alreadv been three such clothes horrid I! h'jind. which wtis covered with torn by :tho -are "too-: -horrible -to luis beeii made but, it- cuu be easily boarding for the past two months he, had previously board-, ed at for several months. It. is not. known what the woman intended doing with tlio money or why she .would not give it to Zugaly. ..Murderer a Servian The murderer and suicide is-a Servian who here the beginning of the winter worked at the he has; been running the engine on thc: screen. He told Osling that he was not going to work that day and had evidently prepared for, what -he afterwards accomplished. _ Mother of Eight Children .Mrs. ''Barcedi is an Italian, about forty years of age, and the wife of Mike liai-cedi, who works; n i t hie mines. She is the -uf eight children ranging "V from -thirteen" to one year. .The little boy was with years old. -They are well known iu tho city, and belonged to the respectable class of Italians. jury Empanelled Coroner Higinbotham was early on1 the scene and einpannelled a jury iiu-luding -'J.-' J: Turman that there had already been three such seen was shot ur scventl parts of the .body, one fiv'il V- civu ana hack. Th6 jugular vein was cut, the wound for just alter, an im-i i i :V-' tlirout ;ancl neck. The bodies aro Micheiyahd; Center- .Uiriister of: ed from the -rear, they thieves getting.- Dr. Cosh, a way., with, jewellery' at; If. the railway on revolvers other, articles cool ed all the inost valuable jewelry and probably thoroughly their haul-was a valuable one. MOtHIER IS P.IOUI .10 v. iho .province., a.t. a j ail asylum Police .N0t Been .Able tOi AT LARGE i thaL the. p.qukhobor question is- .only' -They tOilt. in the u-hen'' niblic 'feel- Nablv Joe. Cunningham, 0." ITraneis Hiid; B. 1'arker.. viewed the scene the. tragedy.; ami adjourned to meet 'at the Court House this 2M Undertaker: Moore removed: the botlies lo ,liis 'parlors' where an wounds. J y J man, it U learneij also snot once at the llttk bey beit W 'c'onuhissib'ns "appbinTecl iin- tlieir had- "taken .110 stops -vto of system -The govern-" had-all the facts.in its pos-! of j civil service reform and j were to give effect to the recommendation of the last commis- ARE DROPPED OUT MfflAFT I OF SIGHT! RIGffT AWAIT also pointed out i Unit .'the. evils of Opposition were chargeable to a civil service for the most part appointed by; Conservatives. Slight Trouble Amongst Few Jodgmem in Action to Set Men at Coleman Mines Cat from ing .will enough: to prevent j made a' few brief' rV-fcr- boundory ques- Club ver-; mis Outlaws. This match will ployed on the on day evening-.'-. next, 4th proximo Great interest town and s tmd are calculating .on an. easy .vie tory. The'" Out law team" have also: come cood and tried men. Both sides; I arc practicing hard and a .tough j fight is looked forward to-. "The. fol-j loxving comprise the J. IJerscher, ;l7f-. Clias. I Walker, Lee, 1st b.; W. John son, 2nd b.; C. 3rd b.; H.i Pierson. Wing, c.f.; K. Gcr-j r.f.; A. Lee7W: pointed out that the situa- 'i tidn iss without advance yet there lias VV. Downer this morning started U'jln an asked if it is the in- TH REE- NEW COTTAGES of of th> governmc-nt to bring in j von-roomed cot lagc-s oh the corner of tlS; promised bill this session. ,..The ICutbill. mid Itedpitth. Streets, just, j premier said "that the Cpleman, May 1 Aside Jas. Keyes' Jus. Kirk Left Edawiton aid J Camotbe Found Mr.. Justice FJeck luu- haudod down ers 'at 'he International: Coke his "judjgrnent in the action of Hose Co.'K mine here struck yesterday; ow-: againit Bouck to set aside thir will of .ing. to a disagreement regarding wag- ui SD the 'trouble "will la-st'Iong as both parties are -at) xions for settlement and. -a disposition- each with; the matter is settled; by -the JScott Act coiia-med ancl -thcr.e_ is no probability 01 an .arbitration I boarci: Ijeinpr asked for. The settle- ment will he roach.'rt in a or two. I Fredorickton.-X. n'., Tiitiy iance workers. I contest, and the largest! impersonations were attempt A. J. LO j cast city the electors j sard. c.; -las'. Picrson, >st. b.; J. A. today to retain the Scott Flynn, 2nd b.; A. Glendcmiincf, 3rd t Act by 178 majority. Liquor deal-: Edwards. Walker, c.f.: jcrs brewers, spirit morch- Vatgcrtson. _-l.f.; J. Godfrey, from st. John ami Albert Millnr.K.. Stanley, substitutes j to tho city to "lake band" in .Mr. DC Bois.'Fernic, siipcrintcndcnt for 'licenses Imt agninst of lAimber Co. was in town thcm WCre-'arrayed most of thcr-thir- tmlay on business matters. Mr. Joseph Hu.xton, Calgarj-. in-___________________________________ soector of boilers and machinery for acroifjinooation ol the omciais anil the Provincial ar-, J "r 'workers connected .the "cnnstnic- rived for the purposo of inspecting j j- M- n t' tion of the new-bridge. the plant rti the Canadian Goal, I Rev. J; U. Munrpc.- Presbvtcnnn. Co. 611 C. B. SMITH CITY Cecil B. Smith, well somc worc engineer, u former nietnlicr.of were arraigned, charged with j the Ontario and voting. .Tonight tho temper- Lt onu- rhninnan of thc'-Teniis- anco people- are holding a jollification ikaminjr XortlnM-n Ontario Railway and many bonfires are blazinf? to ccl- j CommTssion.-nrrivwl in the city this cbrntc the victory. The lirpior deal-i tp examine the waterworks crs say will, retire from business electric sorvicf of the city" :and Inportant Work to be Uaicr- -taken by Ucal Coieries lute Thomas Keyes. The action wns tried at the last sit- ting of the Supreme Court at f.cth- bridge. His lordship finds that on the of.'it .thy "will is, perfect. He then quotes'-at evidence given Victor W. McGnire and Ronald .to the will, and, draws conclusion that both j and-Grant gave, their x-vi-. donee honestly----but in-view-of tho circumstances i: scorns more likely that the.recollection of Grant i.s mor accurate and definite than that of Giiire, and therefore there is a (iifferencr- in" their stories, the ver- sion of Grant accojiud. From the evidence-- of- both wit- nosses his Lordship finds that tho tenders for the sinkin.-r of a shaft x 9 foot, not to exceed five hundred feot in'depth on thoir lands west of the city. I The Lethbritlge '-Collieries, years ago who resided another column .arc advertising for on the northeast; quarltrr 1-1 township 53 range 24 west .of ...the fourth Meridian, left the city Spo- k.ine, Washington. He not iieard of sine.' that time j This is important news as. it means belioved that he is dead. Action is J tjlc establishment of another big now br-mg taken through iae j niino right away. 1'hc jiine here -by his wife to obtain possession the route of tho new of'tho property that remains here "Vhcre and .Mnclcod. !ior husbund's name on the ground' that he i.s dead. According to thr: Canadian law if a man is missing for seven y.-ars, is conifiUercd dead n-asonnblc proof that .such is the case. The in this crisr, is that no proof c.ns that the man is actual- CALGARIANS VICTIMIZED ly drad. Ki'rk livt-d hw- in n form near the city. In that j he for will was sipn.xlby in the- of McGuiro who thi-roupon sign- ed hi? name in- the. i-f Koyori; that Grant did.not consciously sotv oithor Kcyos or sign: ihat Grant was thon call.xl over, and om as Iho temperance advocates -j lly and a -host of temper-. My enforced m jjic future. furnish a report to the city. Tic K.n'os and McGuirr each impliedly notince that-_ihe law will be around tho city this jaoknowledgod. thfir rospective signa- morning with Mayor Henderson luros in his presence, City Arnold. I signed in thoir presence. and thon.- he 8th May. 'The subject of his ad-; dress win be "Ireland." j JVTr. H. F. Annablo, roal estate ag- ent, left this morning for Moose Jaw 0. W. BOLE, M. P. 'RETIRES Winnipeg, Man.. >fay. D. W. i His Lordship vory reluctantly- feels i bound by authority to hold that n thf old hi.s farm for ?K500 niul li-il Snokiiiic, Wash. Hi- int. n.lod so tliore iam'ily that plsicf. Spokane :inil sceim-d a ryfninj-' ho 1-ii 'ins boanlinjr house and n'" turn anrt no tr.ico of him.has bo'tn found.. Alwut the Beiieved That a Man Named Ham- r' ilton Forjed Checks Cnlgan-. May police have li.-arncd that the Union bank and a ;inmbor of business firms of the city had victimized to a rather large 'Xtnit by chfcks to which the namo H. Falconrr was forged. Mr. f-'alconrr is wostt'rn superintend-. i-iU of tho Dominion of Canada.Qnar-? antec and Accident Tnsurnnci: Co. and man who bi-lic-ved to forg-, the chocks William Hamilton, in Mr. Falconer's office, up till a little over n week ago when he suddenly 1. ft the city. So far fact.s show that tho will was not vx-1 j. ecutod in accordance with thf ri- Mr. W. H. Crubb has appoint- ed a commissioner for taking nmdn.- vits, his commission dating; from thrj scrvicc hv s. Millar. Thp i service will bo devoted to sonp- ,'hp, fivcniivj i The. man. 3Iosliier. for whom n a service rant .WRS islsufHl yesterday. who I i-escaped from here on his horse being miles Corporal 3fa- he will not be Slt- in ih'. 20th of April. .__ ifollowort Mr John A. Macarthur left this Mr. TL A. "Thorn. Saskatoon, has for Prince -Albert, where hJi'-ecuJn Tnlmr.for the last week --Or "0< U BASEBALL RESULTS intends disposing of his interests opening business- in this town which he believes has a tfrcat future heforo hinds. for thrt purpnso ,o, locating thought Jvc was ablo.-to'Cross tho line tho darkness of night as with the country, ballasting their cities. it and i.s far aheo.d of the northern A fire occurred yoslerdoy evening j-; T. inl. Coaldalo.'n'.iout. three miles from j line hotWY-n Uus ixnrl Woodpecker. "when a howo and contents Sfany trips .ore marlc about' Wright who opened bus-iwcre'-dcstroycd...; !fifty rears being used and the work is j hus! The Rev, 3Ir. Morrow, itedicino oy the- aid of n steam j N AT ION AT.: At 3, New York 2. Jkt 3, St. Louis 1. t VhilaMphin O.Brook- Macarthur is rx brbther-ln-law iaew short tjmc ago and has: a good connection. -Tents now being erected the banks.of. thi Belly'River'for Church on Friday evening announced to deliver what we shovel or plow which discharges tho will ho an'interesting address at, ballast in the 'sphce of a fow mln- ot -both Mdos of the AMERZGAX: At Philadelphia 1. At I. disappfnrance an unknown man beon loomed that the found d.-ad in the city.but the chief of of Spokane statod that j-orgCli amount; will was no rwmblancft hotvroon ill.- Tho whole thing was found and the description workcri in a cmiple of days and he K5rk now a' j to pot all tho chocks cnsh- 'od. C. S. MACDONALD DEAD Ivlmonton. April of i tho statato. as to whflthor MOVE TO NEW PREMISES to make a will is not dt- j Messrs. McKclvie vt McOoiro will thcrofnrc is {riven ..in fa- Johnson of o{ Canadrt awav in vor of tho plaintiff with costs. Wk. Tho MOIXS now occnpiwl by last night in the person of Cnas. S. C. F. for plaintiff: C. F. will cnlnrcwl and remodoll-! M-ioDonaKI. a of tho. lega Convhmns K C for defendant. K.'Tw. j Hrm of MacDomld. McKinnon and mftdc w fccl lkcncrhy 25 nnd a well known citizen DELAYED THE .TRAIN feet. On May it will lw of Edmonion for the past east hound passenger by n Chiiwman who will nnn gino went on the rait a little east extensive ni no of i n f this morning, .tearing up, anese. silks. Tho prospective of about n hundred tips. The train wns (pant ronios from delityeil ftbout nn hour. This is the pins UTW store, same engi'io that "weiaf oft nt Grasscy --'The late Mr. MacDonnld who was tH M nf hnd !wn failinp 5n r.t I ;inv ti'ue. Dr. Connelly has nominated of the dtx-ision ot' for the T.egfclatnrf'by South Renfrew A sliding srnlo w T 'dftcJnrrttion for ;in rt HJ which hroke out nt Roucher- to nflopt 'yestoniny destroyed Charion's hotel nts to ft biidly damitRod i nnfl stor ;