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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MILL KM Ml TICS DNMIM Wi to Ottawa, ''M'iiy The government aecordiivg to the present inten tion, .submit to Tarliamcrit shortly a bill providing'; (or the construction of a Railroad "J to Churchill on Hudson thus" providing a new outlet for- the increasing an- nual y (eld 'of western grain the details of .ure are not-, available it is understood that the measure will .be along: he sjuggtsted in Com- mons lasf Sir Wilfrid Lau- ner aiid by'out in in' of the fact tlut there were perhaps a dozen -.spectators two -hun- the- time. Minn., May iospit aV learn n ol vlor iffpendicitis performed with a Jack-! nife by r himself, and his done was- knile vby ust a! '''men--would ri .5- V Jnu-prunitive m himself three years :ago, and will the, harborvand any nicessary buoyiug 1 -t i'i 'Xway be operated on by skilled sur- and lighting of-the channel-lOMsteaui-L Jrg-. Luiti is live 'province between Austria ancj Servia' but has been in this country and Jhe -United for .a number of years: -Mrs. Maria Barb'edi, tlie is also a of that province but was to van. Italian: "For two eafs Ziriely iias lived iir Lethbridge j- .and; 'X-.i'lSiJyeasi bil i ty r of ;'tl -Bay route i r-'- IL-VSXv_- ognizcd y eaclv succeeding and the fall, fir any. past sea- 'bft-Tivoided, action along the 'seems: imperative. the; f-i'r settlement anoTner. hundred "iriil- acres of good West nd: f he rf'.suH would incalcu- ablii. banefit not .only the West, hiit "to'; the whole, of Canada, ifarshill ri9t.f cme Austria. two years ago from Galicfft; from 'remark" by interpreter did the 'earn what a -remarkable case they working at the Gait mines and until a few months ago' boarded at the hoino of tlie J Huiband lint, the affectionate relations tlikt developed between them caused tlu husband to have feelings of jealousy that caused h'im to: have the man" re moved haxl to get the asssst'ance of the po- lice to get the follow to move. After lie had- JlKM ink he still continued to-co.me O jj. Sat little woman and the ;timethe bullet apparenty was a region of the stbm- who saw the whole saw her, there irt'atii on the front of says that when reply to Zetely, he his mother saw-- his hip pocket as told his- -mother going, to to'' run as was sliobt. shot, the little felowi Help her but Xetcly said, "'Loot shoot- uhd Sred ran to the Im- the police, and as Ho :.4aw the man catch ;HLs'. mother her-' on the ground. rang up station but it- -was several before- she could get it; In the the lit- tle boy came in crying saying that A' man had shot his mother. She wmit out' to the -gate with the little follow and -saw the- man. shooting wildly about. She asked the if ho kivw why hf; had shot her. Why He Killed Her In riiply he mother has the man's money and he wants it back and 'slit won't give it to While "they' were standing there they saw the '.man gp and. sit down by the body .'and shoot himself thr.ee times. .He lay back biit raised his head again and shot -himself again'. .When the boy1 "saw it' he cried out. has sliotv himself and I bis" pulled from liis- t a envelope bolli-t hole in left groin; also'a mark'of a bullet burn and'powder burn across tlie" throat just where chin joins the neck, also, a cut from the midle of the back of the neck just under the h'air forward little -dovi'riwards around the left 8i3e almost to the point of the chin.' This cut was deep, leaving the jaw bone bare and was about nine inches long. Also', a shallow cut about two inches bulow the first and parallel to it, about four inches long; also a cut four inches long on the left side of the abdomen. The cuts would not have caused' doajh, the bullets being Die fatul wounds. The bullet was ap- par.ntly a .32 calibre.'f The Jury' Verdict The inquest, was held by Coroner J D. 'Higinbothum with Supt. Wilson assisting. The witnesses called were Mrs A. K. 'Humphries, R. J. Frast r, Luu is Dominico Barcedi, Wm. Oliver, Dr. Campbell and John The jury after being out only n" fi'w nunutes brought in the only possible V'.-rdict, Mrs. INrnric Barcedi came to her death by bullet" wounds, tlh> bullets being shot from ;u ivvfjlvor in the Ivvnds of Nfe- D and that came to his dt'ath by bullet wounds from bul- lets, fired from :i ivvohvr in his own hrnid. Pctpk one i Narrow Escape frm Deri -i 'banlc She, told him to -keep it a'lid give 'it' to the police. Just at this 'time Constable Rose came- along BOUND OVER TO KEEP THE PEACE Medicine Hat, May this af- ternoon session, of .the court the charges 'of to burn the residence ;of John L'ehr was withdrawn against Jacob Jacob. Merkol. John Toeib, lunanuel Daniel, Christ ian- Gtti. Fred W.. Xifinan -and Carl Otto.. On information sworn -out by John I.ehr. .John liomback, Michael Gill, Jacob .Dias, all -were bound .Butte, Mont., May east- bound Burlington train No. 6 was dynamited near the northern sta- tion here at 11.37 o'clock last night. The explosion caused the first or helper..engine to leave the rails but it plowed along for a few hundred feet without turning. overT The sec- ond .engine crashed into the bank a few ear lengtlis ahead from where he. explosion occurred and turned Every on the train has baen accounted for except engineer iiusby of the second engine who i.s supposed to, be buried under the lo- Carl Mange, who was rid- iiig on the blind baggage, was taken from the mass of timbers under which he was buried. The dynaniicing is believed; to be tile work of. some tramps seeking revenge for being ejected from a train. ind-'the'bov Xveht over to the sc iu- !'..0ver on their own recognizance to k.ep mined to kill' Hie To quote Mr. Oliver'as the in-. had Tatteiii -ioV the House. -'About ten minut os to elev n I was hLm becVuse of his ai -He also -wked to permiesion was granted. !v.rae exa'inined by., the surgeons diagnosed his ailment as chronic aii7 bpera'tioB V mighty resnltj'ih' permanent cure. large jagged scar and" peculiar operation. e h-} th'at fit talked rrwch'and was all the tirru other' boarders he o'f'the tragedy'with 'him. Mu-: poace iir oacli- Jhc mail from Iron Springs; he saw a man running along the'side: heard.Jiini n g" to him'asking him if he. had seen man kill the woman at tlie head of. which He was f. LOT OF SUICIDED St. Petersburg, :May Bakk, the- Jewish milliona.ire-'publish er of the-Recept haiige.di'himself iiv the; bith -liis :residence here His act was financial losses Iiig the patient was an 'Austrian, -the KILLED A BURGLAR Body of "a Man Found on the "Prairie -Stephen, robbers border yesterday a, United Siatos detectives j tlie. startling a on the prai 'wondered -si operation h'ad 'been perfoimed- in one- of-" --jlhe Bu t itood aghast when the answt.r came, ,iaid; tiie "He irat'ii i cfeath-in Galicta. He was -in great pain and thought he would die no ..T r' filling to take any chance." ly has be-on dc-prived ofthe gar- ments and lying fewf.feet .frohv'tlie. corpse was "ji vsinaTl pile of' ashes iri- lime he will have real surgery. ric eight, wiles.'north cast of Stephen, I drew Jiis own knife .from -his ijoocket arid unflinchingly slashed in doesn't know jusi'.wha't. But they dosed the. wound and. sewed it with coir.mon thread. vwouad Zeglin was Tlie dwid man'was doubtless the :rolx his But now the.: roof top of This adjoining -the '-Scadia bank at Stephen, Minn., on the night of robbery by a'local merchant who had fired five shots into the'.gang and then took refuge, behind, the chim- ney and escaped a'regular volley from the burglars. now? thought th'at none of the Tour captured at Kwerspn were with tlie gang hut they are bt'infih'eld "pending an investigation. by the hill: As hr- came up he 'saw..the] self innde-mariVV riding j man -apparently a closer u.hti-rsa w "MAY-" DA Y PA md. shoot into" the May 2--A tiling that attracted was himseJf but. seemingly ropcans> aiions; eight hi i shot, wo- He then at. :lnmself' nf j- i t- r 5..K ;.J mObtlV-'IllelX Ol; On saw and four five i tu.. On looking saw woiniin bpy runmng from, a make still greater jtirouble should he .violent withSanv '.of her with a his revolver; he. -i v -T iand had wte was -a great talker from all accounts ran houle, the husband being mqrt a. nonentity. Gave Woman had ben giying th iT 'nwjne'y haj deposit in trie transferred to "her name or at least had her the power-of at totney oVer it. The amount jthe.rc now is h her said that ho was V- to'loaveHhe iiprnia he was when could nott get found to bn a razor with, which was slashing at the woman. the revolver but 'whe'n he intention he tan bAck and I d vto' ruB' with; Reloads His Gun At .tiie same time-he took 3 shells from his pocket his: right-hand turnedifaround to b.ickw.irds: :Ww j fl :-J. y prepared for" -t to-olc place PARADE v hundrpd strong 6ut O work; piiradod thr streets of city at aioon-yesterday. RECOGNIZE THE UNION And Grant an Eight Hour Day, 'Re- sult of Saskatchewan Arbi- tration liienfait, May Board of by the 'de- partment of labor to settle the "disput- >s between the miners and mine own- 'r.s and Collieries- met yes- lay. Judge Meyers presiding. The re- wit of tlie decision is as follows: Recognition' of the union and tho, -njfht hour There was no disturbance.- ROSSIN-HOUSE-BARRED Toronto. May a meeting of >i. oronto. ;viav .1 niueiiiiK n and tiiis. held .many import- in'l- olUcvs. He grown iip family' of'sons ami daughters. vere found around the place and houses of. Toronto, was given f I V1H., U4AVt> I 1 i 11 I i threr months m-winch to sell out. probably there were others not found, The_dvliberation with which lie emp-! tied the .shells the chamheil; 155 y- thorough job 'as is plainly sho-.vn in the of examination given by Dr. P. M. Campbell at the with tho sn which was as 'J "ul tlu> an .is I %as? nearly betweeji .j.m baclr- 'at CITY OF DUNDEE TRINITY'S PASTOR DEAD cw York, M'iiy Dr. Trinity Protestant fipise'opnl parish" since" 1862; ftnd .one 2vatjon to the" y oT the city's 'most-prorrtinml clergy-j tuen.- died tonighf at Trinity rectory j i n T wen ty-fi f t Parliament from the northwest divi- sion of Manchester- has. forced 'him to seek a "safe" .here to coiitest the vacancy caused by ttae el- of Edmund a well or- it" will requin: an enormous ...turn over of votes :o defeat him. unionist candidate, Sir George Baxter has a xjwerfui influence and the la- name with certain divorce instituted in Vancouver. May A. Galliher. j canajdate, G. H. Stuart, which is >f, emphatichlly denies- that i here j x n0vt.ity {n this cowntry. is. string. ,y.n Scrygour DI tiic' Uiiiutr Iriatt is urging the Irish voters to give their i complete sirp'pbrt'fo Chnrchill on tho ground that Premier Asquith" has ad- Kusband did not .know lie had ever-asked his.wife to go away. vrith liiin. the months since he' had the Chouse as .fa., boarder: he -had, still continuwl 'Msiting' the" Koostf. hot it seamed that he visited a great rtfany other houses as well, generally calling tor a minute .or two and go- off- and pfkn to half in one evening. Last Sunday O A tst Skinday there was trouble ttjc pair. Several other men Barcedi's home and Zexely toA to order roen> to out.v Mrs..Barcedi 'resent.d this they quarrelled as At the House Yesterday not appear th'at, he was at! hoiiie uniil yesterday morning.! had gortip to' hisif for TBomc reason retnmed- ahortly after nine o'clock saying that school Tod hoea "cut for the day. He found Zezely at the house and. his .1 Wi are He said, you get- dut of htre; jr't-'J? 11-shoot vou." "I ,-went ictenninetl rip .'is to kilL.thc .'woman and j.lso hrmself and thought the chanc .too -great to interfere further: Af- ter T had rn ed a bout vital f :he waggon, he came up the was '-C -Thire Wire Manv Wounds SNOW FALL IHiffalii. N.-Y., n{ [elfeher- yejjterdjy and. las' nisht. Af Jamestown tins morning snow was ten inches dee'p. Todny with the sun shining brightly ippearing fust. AFTER MINTO CUP a Vancouver, 15. C-, ifuy five feefj JsVsimin.ster lacrosse team tixlay for again, who had to the pround. Slashed tbt Wvman iig'K, 'brown hair and fi" A challenge to the "hin and muscular, had a crojss with Montreal to play for the Mintc tattoed cup. jrames played at end of June. ,the: b.ick of his right aiirl a the trip is being financed by' igvuv below it, an empty cross on tlie'i :.mhusiast.V at the cost-of of the some forearm ____.--------- [lower itattped.-on'Uhix the left forearm, also had scar of "an ap-j pendicstis On taking off! "his clothing A builet Fell Out -i WILL PROBE UP TO THE HILT He immediately seized the rjzor and 1 There wns a small tear in the'trou-l cuf her as she. layq a dinge "in; the .cleat her Wit that! on her back. .H fiyc paces from walked back about from the' ground. He up ibout paces and fired three shots getting closer each time, at last not being more than three, tant, Vhich shot Deemed.to he wore underneath tlie trousers and J Ott.nva coord in tr letter.- jier and Taken to Leth- .Contracts. Taljer.: May consequence .of the CSCQJXJ of Jloshier for whoso ar- rest ix warrant: was for draw- ing a gun on a man namexl Fender as already reported., the case Against Gi.er charged with stealiirg a saddle From. .Moshier wns today, owing to the of Mo- shier. (tier however was rearrested on an- other c-harge and i-oiiveyeil this ev'cn- '111; to Ma- A larcro and powerful stone break- er was landed this morning from the C.'P.U. will be used for mater- ial in the construct Jon of the new i bridge over the river. 31 r. rc. T, Ikmghcy mid his uncle A. A. Fowler, from Grand Rapids, c.rrivod1 in Tuber, a few days ago and have, been inspecting the land in Uiis district. TTu-y have al- -so visited OInixsey Lake, Magrath, and several other places, but :ire so well pleased with this dis- j trk't that thoy propose locating here, j Mr. I.. Iloughcy will .start in a few days for Mit higan to wind up affairs and return here when both he and his uncle will slnrt operations. gentlemen in eulogistic term? iof and believe there is a discoloration of the skin undor- j nea'th, apparently caused by the bul- let that fell out. Tlie bullet was bent to one side, and had gone sent G. H. Watson. K. C, Toronto, il- manne Hcithen in the head. A it firing this shor he walked back paces, re- loaded the revolver. went and fired or thn- shots lay down onj-J his back near the woman and fired this tirr.c I should judge at liimsolf." through- the belt. 1 found two bul- let holes, one above the other about -an inch apart in the abdomen. you prosecute inquiry WiWman Lew left this evening by V R K. C. notify- hip him of his Appointment as one Fcrnie, U. C.. and his nmny thf- in the inquiry into th. j friends were delighted to see tho says: improvement in his health W- Harr.er WitffcM BA8EBALL RESULTS i npted Mr. Churchill's pledges AMERICAN: At ton 4, Thiladelph'ia o. 1 At York .9, Wash-; Mn'uchestcr regarding home-rale for Ireland as representing'the policy ol tho REDISTRIBUTION IN EWAN SASKATCH going. f Mar- Tiutt in no mark of exit: also one hnll.er hole- i to all matters hi.s serious illness, Messrs. K. Wildman and mv.cT j-vHiKtei- building _coa- Casseir.s (tracts on hand and are hart! at work apple with no m.irk of exit, also on-1 Tou will nisibV jnnishinrf a large store to the oruVr bulIcLhole in the right ear. tlte bullet j before the Mr. McMillan, wholesale liquor c.inal and coulrl sucj, ovidenc.- as may required i merchant, which will shortly com followed upwards and across to m nn 5jjqnirj- riiorough and en-! The concrete walls, which in neck, one incJi below thr Adam's authori7.ing opposite; side of the two or three; t and she told him she was going murder was John Hamer, a recent Careo Olsing with vhom he board- that morning. The boy-dk! not hearj one of the ten's neat.Jfhc H- saw a meet thorn sjiy anything more. Z-.ao.Iy left! the wowian and when he saw the ma'n he ran toward them to inter- his started.. to i fere. When he pot .within At 4. Chicago 2. At New York 0. NATIONAL: 'At 8, Brooklyn 7. in the 4.1 Rogina, Sask., tributton bill to be introduced legislature will likely tor rep- otilv R EASTEKK: At 'IT 2. Toronto .I.i i legislature. The membership will he J6 in the flollar in money .the mart. i v in avv.' posit Vitli -I v 1 1- fr 'Al-'- th'i envelope containing ppst oflfce vhftnk .book ino-, agent, and to send word to the police. Ho. retumod in time to see the man inches above the If ft- ear. "but no mark of exit. The bullet in the ear! pnmcicnt io cause dVaihr1 j The Woman's Wounds; commissioner report." FOR A HALF i Toronto, May board of ar- Thv woman was middle aged, about't bitration has awarded vies five feet six inches tall, brown land damages I-jht- had no identi-j adinn ficr.tion marks or scars. I found -A bullet hole in the neck just above, .ilv top of the breast bone. Tt. went d'tijnward.s uhd'-'rtackVards .through th'ci ft-il. cuiiiie out Son her rtriern Ky. for passing' through his farm in the Don Valley fur half fi mil INCREASE CAPITAL STOCK May capital stock Crow's Nest Pass ConI left nrm; also bullrt hole in Te.ft has ip.crensrd folowng the canal, there was ho millions. inches below" the I of sKoot himselt. rWhtr, they gol to the top of the hill j The first intimation Mrs; Htwnph- o< exit; also ,bulltt hole in right ear! flowing there was no mark' in Wt skie of about, the ninth .w inches from tho back borto with no mark of exit; NOMINATED Ont.. FOR Mav to make a 'arc seven feet high, and a large cel- Inr have already Iwvn finished. Also __ is ercctexl for his__horscs. Mr. Sam to Mr." 11. K. Annable. by Hr. Chadwick. V. yesiordny visited the f' Y ranch ,-.nri having a bunch oi horses and lacking out four rJrivincr purposi-s. Dr. Chaw- wirk. is nn adept in art, iiuickly had them when trioy were brought in to town. Sam Fish or intinids starting a school for the Com- .purpose of touching the rising youths four'i he art UK- Ho Ims a large of oppli- __ on his books and is a MONCK favorite with the young men of the town. He also intends giving riding been" nomin- lessons he being one of the best Marshall. Dunnville has ated hv the Monck Liberals-in place'mounls in ihc district and is an oM of Hon. ttr, Harcourt rtired. country ;