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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vol. Alta.. Mjmday, May 8, 124 Big Family Arrives From Scotland to Locate in Alberta LETHBRIDGE MAN WAS MOURNED AS DEAD JROR TRIED FOUND CAN'T KEEP THEM BACK Glasgow, May Sat- urnia sailed from- here on Saturday with 1200 Canadian emigrants, and the Scotiau with 1400. Unique Occyrence at the Opening of Tuller- Thael Case WAS PREJUDICED Much of Morning Spent in Selecting New MAMIE People are Against Reciprocity in U.' S. The second trial of Dr. Philo W. .Ttiller and Frederick W. Thael! was resumed this morning. It will be re- Jnemibered" that.the jury disagreed at the first trial, which was held week "before last, thus necessitating a sec- ond triaj. Before the jury was called, C. F. counsel for the defence, ob- jected to the amendment to the third (Special to the Ottawa, Ont., May anti- reciprocity campaign is being conduct ed on the, Jekyll and Hyde principle i on both sides the international boundary. While the iunds of the States corporate and high protection- ist interests are being-sent into Can- adit, in the hope of defeating the pro- posals in this country on the ground .7arnes Hood, of Port Will- lOm Richardson Un earths Scotland, holds .eqrd for large size families coming1 into this country. On and .Mrs, Hood arrived in'the city with their fourteen children, seven boys and number of girls. They are a' fine, healthy, pros- perous ami ly and will fee a decided -acquisition to the population of Carmangay in more than one way. They left for that-town, where they intend settling this morning. "While in they-were the guests and Mrs. -W. Allardice; Fourth avenue. OYNAMltE AT r LOS ANGELES YEAR an Acre Garden Marvel NEAR KIMB ALL What it Has Produced Yearly is a Rev- elation The other day while Tom Richard- son was in Cardston, ihe and A. Nibely of Portland, with a couple of Cardston United i111611' znade an 18-mtle trip .into" the 'country in the direction of KimbaU to the foot of Bi-g Chief. Mr. Richardson was very enthusiastic about the pre- vailing conditions in that part of the province ,and said that it was a reve- TOM RKMDSON'S Forest Fires in Minnesota Have Free Sway-Much Damage Done RIVERS DRY Lumbermen Cannot Get Winter's Gut of Logs Out Williams, May are raging to the north of he-re and settlers !efir a repetition of ths trous conflagration-., of kat fall. Tne bush was. iicver so dry as it is at rfct present time: for nc rain IIHS fallen that they will divert trade to the Cation to ihim. One case that came to United States, the same argument notice over which he was partic-j being used by the saine' interests count last trial in which; against the proposal in the American and, Thaell are charged with A striking instance of- the conspiring; with one- "Bertha. KJahn, .alias Bertha ThaeJI." In the indict- msiit i'or the first trial-the woman was designated' as Bertha Thaell. Mr. Harris also objected to the third count duplicity of the .campaign is found iu ularly enthusiastic was that of.Johnp P. Rioe. Mr. Rice is an old gentleman, 87 years of age, and has charge c-f anji acre on the farm of H. R. Sloan, six the financial columns. of the Boston south west of Kimball and two American, a Hearst Journal opposed tateraatitfnal bound- :ary. 1 his old gentleman has produced to. reciprocity, in the .issue oIa alleging conspiracy as the evidence'The article in question .taken before the committing magis-j that- reciprocity will-injure the Unit- T fa ft -t-T-ifv __ j: j _ _ i_ _ n tv t for the las markable garden. years a re- He tmts in the en- ure acre himself with a hoe, and raises trate at the pr-eLiinirinjy did not show ed States carrying .because [potatoes, cabbage, onions, garden sage -any conspiracy. .Justice Scott, who is tnu'cli'. freight at present -by j carrots, .parsnips, beets, 'cauliflower; -.noted. the -objections after railways will diverted turnips, rutabeggoes, beans, j legal to Canadian routes, because the-Can- tuce, radishes, tongue grass, cucum of adian routes giye a and bet- bers, squash and Indian sweet violence Johnson note' i .-u i. 101 lease, both to-bs after-! ,_> used as1 valuable to reciprocity, 'as ".the Gana- dian- railways under tt-.will- capture The-prisoners then pleaded not i much through freight from ..United .andvasked for a jury. no small difficulty in get- ,ting a'jury sworn. The whole 1'ist jurors- was Called' and'only ,1'ive .we're selected, all the- others be- the same .'selfish interests are claim- ing that the carrying-trade "will -be diverted'to" the .United' The utter duplicity of the camp'aign --is ,lng challenged or ordered TO atand i evidenced by such, incongruous'. posl- for-the .time. -Wm. Shaw was' tions. I'.for-caiise -and the At a' ,argely attendeft meeting .'at Parry Sound, addressed by Hon. A. G-. MacKay, and Mr. Turifi, 'a resolutfon of the Liberal convention endorsing reciprocity i.Was unanimous- ly approved. From all .parts of Gan- 'a's to his fitness to serve! was seen: Mr. Harris challenged him! ,as he was caHdd to give evidence as to whether, 'lie. was !prejudiced or -had an 'opinion on the matter APPOINTED A SENATOR the trial.-. Louis Pabst was called to' reports are coming' to hand that tell :of .a; conversation with Shaw, in the.proposals are growing 'in public which the latter had said he was pre- favor -as-they are better understood Messer and Buxton! were jury to try Shaw's! .case. They .decided he was not ;to serve-as, a jiircr on account of prev- dousiy expre-ssed opinion. j. Tile jurymen who'had been orderedivine Montreal, has.-been ,to "stand the crown were to the to suc-peed the ed' again. There was a long discus-i'iate Senator He is memoer of the firm of- Bolvin ,Wilson and Co., wine merchants, is one of the best business, men He took almost all the prizes in'the vegetable exhibits'at the .Cardaton. fair in 1908. He will finish his- Toin. Richardson arrived in ..the city again this morning, and-'will-.address his last aud- ience -in-" this city tonight at St. Augustin's meeting will be specially a.: ladies' -meeting and Mr. will -explain the.steps .to" be taken for the organisation, of a ladies' auxil- iary.-- iif; connectioa. with the Trade. The men are; also-'-iBCyiteKi'" to come; to'-'-this meeting; and' there .Trill be- gecerai discussion of tfee .-work to bei-rdbne .3ias.---been possib-ie .cain- Los Angeles, May 80 sticks of dynamite were- found today on a marble ranch. An investigation will be held tomorrow. this year. The Rainy River is lower and now than it was when the snow fell and .conditions'generally are ideal for the biggest fire in the history of Order of Mounted Police to Town Magistrate of Claresholm Olaresholra, May 6. per- sons who owned automobiles were summoned at the complaint .of .the Town Cierk today for failure to take j out a license in respect that they t MOURNED AS DEADTffO YEARS j _____ 7 Young Man Had-Been Living in Leth-; bridge PARENTS SURPRISED Body Supposed to Haver Been His Buried at Spokane Spokane, May To arrive home made a business of letting the auto- j after an absence of four years to mobiles for hire. They were 0- J.jthat his people had mourned him Amunrison. C. W. James, -I. G. Cum-j dead most of that rime, and that a ming and Thomas Guy. H, 0. body purporting to be his had -heen.' lam prosecuted and Thomas Guy was j buried in a local cemetery, was the defended'by 'J. R. Watt. After evi-j strange experience of Orville Smith, dence in each case-the-justice, Wil-j sorr of Mrs. H. S. S512L Mc- liam Moft'at, reserved decision till i Clellan street, of this city, this last Monday at 2 o'clock. In the 'majority j when he arrived from Letfc- of cases the parties, seem to. have j bridge, Alberta, to see his relatives., new Ontario and Northern Minnesota., Ient thek cars to doctors. and others j In 1907 Smith, left the city shortly 1 This morning fires, are within five as a favoi-r alld received, some after he had finished-the high, school, ami wrote one or miles of the town and coming this'recompense for their trouble, take it -way. They are" raging "between here hard that they should have a [letters back IQ his motoer-and broth- ers he soon failed w write and noth- ing was heard i Two years ago a mangled 'body, .be- have and between here j license of and Warroad. Few of the settlers 1 The Town. Solicitor had called the slept that at' any Cases the R-N.W.M.P. barracks, __ -i i tn r.Viic 1 at. moment the wind might rise, sweeping the down on. their -holdin gs. terrific and to this the constable at: the iievetl to have been Smith's, -barracks, bv' j found OK the railroad tracks near strong objection. The court was Mont. .after one ease had. been. 'disposed arden this.-- week and' -expects a better year than in either 1909 "or 1910." "He puts. in each; year around in the gar- den sweet .peas, poppies, pansies, can- dy tuft, mignonnette and various' btihr er varieties ..of garden flowers. Mr. Reid has taken from his garden potatoes at the rate of SCO bushels-to the acre, and says that the yield In even- line is just as high as in any- other plaice he ihas ever lived in'. Mr. Richardson interested .Lethbridge exhibition him next in the- August between' Mr." Harris" and Mr. Conybeare. as well as the judge as to and -with a little encouragement .he and a great many others in the Ca'rfr- stori district wOj compete in the vege- table class. 'Mr. Richardson thinlcs this is one industry that the -people ..of the. south should develop to its highest state as it is one of the 'best paying of all industries, and one in wSiich the amall farmer can figure-just as successfully as the large s one of the phases of diversified arming that.has been proved beyond: i doubt to be a success in Alberta an'cL that fact should not'be lost sight of; in advertising the On the Sloan farm forest of this city tvrailroad. At .Spur 69 was.forced to run. "j flajn'ies.- Wslker. Skaley and Bother towns are- well protected but many settlers have lost' their awar'd 50 cents'Tn the 'cb'sts homes. 'Hundreds of-men are back'-fir-J. to pay him for the-trouble of" clean- dared open the constable Supposed Tramps' Victim On the body was letter addressed of Constable Bates i tov0mlle Smith. Though mangled did not "kuow what right. 'the court e d was ro- yohd" the body was pro- and saiii justice that of young TO DROP OUT ing. The loss abready reached half a. joaUUbn. dollars., Mahoie May have done-damaee at Martins River the extent of about on Siiturday. Over one hundred men with buckets wen" to i the fire from here by .team and epe- tives later decided that he had come, to' his death ai the hands oi tramps, -ing up -the place after wards: "as he j who had throvv-ji uis body on tbe rails noticed several persons expectorating! to'conceal a murder. on the floor. .Justice! Mo'ffat't stated that-the interruption for nnd discourteous and requested Mounted Policeman to remove- his which was done: At the conclu- The body-was brought to Spokane a few months ago and TJI Greenwood cemetery. The Christian. Endeavor Society of the Central Christian church held a Gardston People Want .Lethbridge to get Dry Farming Congress cial train-.- church sion of the uext case the for young man i services; the, people were ,-aH-d again loudly, to the court fully one hundred men started by remaining at the barracks-, saying j 6verjr. xRiyers Almost .Dry M May pro- longed "dry weather has left the forest When the mother received that thev had no right-there at all .1 froni the coroEer o! and that the man who had been found. donstahie Bates': -You have was sotl she Iris broth- er, Earl Smith, to the Montana j right here, I order _ On Saturday Tom Richardson went :area of this region drv as tinder ex- -at once to the to'Cardstott, and at request of Cept in ...the muskegs. At various 7he .Justice quick-as you like, but as we are not doing .any great harm here you might have: the courtesy to let us: w-ait till the Board oi Trade ot that place he; places through .die forest addressed two audiences the work [has commenced to smoulder. Cpnsid- that they can do tor the publicity of smoke hangs in' the air, lihis part ''of the province. There was j though nothing in': the', way of running 'one .meeting in the morning and one jEsroes has Naturally those in' the afternoon, and he said the en-iwl10 Passed" through; the terrible ex- vet. seen HI Thc afternoon Mr i j- i tne "largest.he had yet case is finished." to identify the body. After a careful examination in wfeich he a scar-over the man's right alrf' ev- en the peculiar gold filling oi owttpn' of -bis teeth, Tie -was certain, ttoe .btfdy was that of his missing broDber. Constable order you out. j had becorrse s This; is'a prosecution by Mr- his death and when letters thasiasm eclipsed anything he has iPeriencerof are dis'tress- hot jn the Ring's name.'V I in Xethbridge about April, bore 'his, ,-oi cppr, -in ('.ann da. The afternoon at tfie-very smell of smoke. Thej sienature and sp'oke of things 'Ehat coundl council the crown the right toi order a to: "stand by" when go-iof the younger French-Canadian gen- hg the- list the second time. eralion- He is a Liberal, di- :rector of th-e Bank of- Hochelaga; di- urday is located the Big Chief mine in which there are capitalists interested 'being the president of finally, chosen the jury is: And-jrector of the Canada .Publishing Co.. jew .C. Messer, William Burton, Arthur and president of the "Melchers" .Distil- Jo'hn White, Angus jlerj- Co., .of Quebec. 4-VicGIUivray ana 'Raymond L. Wheeler.; Before AIr..iConybeare addressed the! asked, that the witnesses! be room. The] crown's wltn'esges, 'Mrs. Spax'en and: -John Klahn, alleged husband of the! Thaell woman, .went to th-e witness! room. Tile defence witnesses, Mrs. j .Thaell. Messrs. Pulley. Dodd, Jorgen-j "ton and Spaven, were aleo not allowed' dn the-.court.. i I I Atr. Cony.-beare, the crown prosecut-j "or, started his address to the jury atj 11.55 o'clock and finished at 12.10. Hej 'rerie'-yed the evidence as giv-en at thej trial.. BIG JOB FOR A BIG ENGINEER C.P.R.'s Chief Bridge En- gineer Gets Important Appointment of Rainy prevent dry spell River -Prosecutor Haslam This 'cout you arrested." Shortly- after the court adjourned and sp'oke of things that i only Orville Smith reachedrhii closest friends in the truth. dawned upon ttrerri, that a mistake had been made and that the -wrong They say that they' are going ahead iadians to. the very core and promised to develop the mine this summer, and as 'one man to do everything for the the Kim-ball branch of the A. R.' andj'advertising of Cardston, Lethbridge those owning-land-in the municipality! ur, I. will be extended to serve them. TRAINMEN IN Harrisburg, Pa.. May -i'-the arrival of W. the head of .the Brotherhood cf Railroad Trainmen. Sunny Southern Alberta. They ..promised to stand for Lethbridge in theit .effort to land the Dry Farming and will -take the matter up with their -'Utah friends, and try to have then; .give way to Lethbridge. Great. other officials, of the Grand Lodge; was manifested .when Mr the headquarters of tae convention ;of the Brotherhoods representing -ttie Trainmen in the United States, ada and Mexico were opened Scores of delegates came in during the day and evening. THE DAWSON CASE -Richardsan mentioned the Lethbridge exhibition and they are very enthus- iastic 'over the prospects for the own a tract a mile square north.of thej same. station and-they Vjl] be to takej care of the land and remove dead and! (Continued on down once. A good rain be a great benefit-to "the-'section.' TJhei lumbering .Industry'is -greatly handi- capped owing to. the. creeks being ab- solutely, dry. leaving the winter's cut of logs in re.aph... So >ow is the water In the "Beaudette that the towns of! leaving the Mounted 'Policeman to been buried. _ hue i were immediately seatfcaek: clear it .up., ..Mackenzie, -Mann and Co.! allowing no remuneration for': the J and after some weeks he re- plied statin.a; that he would probably. Jiome very soon to see the folks. After son-.e delay he arrived this last week and is now in the J country visiting a sister whom i had not seen in four years. He sn.- IlUVCCTir1 A TC i lends staying home, now and lU iW Tlyul'l'yA'l'Li! Probably secure a position to enable j him to be near his mother. The first jip ever of his reported death. C.P.R. PROMISES Beaudette and -Spooner have com-' j Ottawa, May order in council Mrs. Spaven "was the first passed OD Saturday appointing .calisd. She told: of'having been at.l.Ch-a8- 'Monnsawat at present, chief house: working neariv everj.j inspector of the Canadian Pa- day for a month before Feb. IS. to be chairman of the board of the crime of which the prisoners are jengincers Charge of the construc- i is alleged to have been com-ition of tbe Mr. >fonn-] 'She had -known Dr. -succeeds Mr. Vautelet. who has j aibout-a 'rear and had seen OI1 accoiint of ni ne3ltil- The! several lnew o -fthe board is one ofj f... jtne 'oest known bridge experts on the The court-'decided that, the jury! continent and is a Canadian by birth, j go'and seethe premises before; The retiring; chaiman was also chief j Tuller-Thaell case came up, the'trial, proceeded any farther. The j bridge engineer for R. and j .Convbcarc Harris made judge'explained to them about a appointed by-the government; n Ing bsing-Tenioyed and a fence the Quebec bridge board., and .Mr.j to the Possibility ot the Dawson 'largest fair ever .held in, south of! channel deep enough for the the .province. Mr. Richardson says i boat to reach'its docks. he made many enquiries .about the: state of tlie corps .in the. Cardston j district and was everywhere inform- j thai- they had never had better prospecis at this- time of the year Mwvn [for an ab-undant crop-, hp says hat 'prevails. peUed to employ a dredge to make ajRoard Trade's AcKvitV' onnno-iv fnr- tho came his own motli- ferrv UL-tL LEE THE TRACK In the Supreme Court this morning 'thP i en the question or distmssmg the.. .urvinen Wh0 are not serving on The jury was instructed of th-e Thaell house, since Feb. to make_ fi- exterior interior, as well and also! the chief engineer on the largest; who succeeded him on toe[ hcing tried at this session. Justicej C. P. R. staff, again oacceedst him as! Rajd that the bail had to see from how many windows in the neighborhood the doors of the Thaell coufd be seen. in the world. The salary attached to the position is 000 per month- ranged so that the case could be tried at the next sitting, and he would. j not take it at this sitting, BURIAL TO TAKE PLACE HERE ...Word has reached the ciry that the remains of the late R. F. Reeve, manager of the Bank of Montreal, who died In London, England, will be brought here on Wednesday -Tor Interment. Announcc- of the funeral arrange- ments will be made later. j The Secretary of the Board of Trade j received a communication this moYn- jing from .vice president: !of the C. P. R.. acknowledging, tae-re-1 j ceipt of petitions and, urging! thai, immediate taken to cora- jmence the construction of the C. P. R.i About 11 o'clock this morning i he Lethbridge-Weyburn branch this sum-! A. R. I. "train going ro'Couttp wasjmer. Mr. Wfayte would make no defiu-i "I derailed near Weils Siding. The liindjite statement as to whether the work i er's lips this week, after he had ar- in Regard to Weyburn home of his j coming, his_happy mother last Line, May, Bear Fruit said: B 7 J Son Strangely "Yes; my boy has-come back and promises to slay with us now. He strangely "affected when we told him we had mourned him for dead these four years as. that was the first he knew that had ever even sus- pected that he .might be, dead.- When we wrote to him in Lettbridge, we purposeh did not tell him, wait-ing until he got home, "lie told us thnt.most of -the time jar this particular spot Is rnther Ugh't wo'nld be starred, this year, but prom- and the wfnd had drifted the sand over jised r.o look carefully into the matter. the track so'badly that when the j and if conditions were as hfl was 1n, btlt was jtrain ran onto tender i would make an prfon to the con-i and baggage-coach ran off and tore! stniction of thc'line under way as up about one: hundred feet of track, j soon, a? possible. Xo one was hurt except the fireman -jwho had his ankle, sprained. The crew sent out immedi- "1 ately from Lethbridge and another j engine taken alongr to take tfre trmln on JAPS 9TUDY ARTILLERY BerUn, May Japanese corn- headed by General near Missoula at, the lime wp sup- posed ho was murdered there. He worked most, of the time on ranches and fnr n time was checker in a Mon- tana lumber yard. He wrote us-once, he says, arid'when no'answer came and Major General Todoy arrived here he became careless and did not write n Its-journey-aa thej today for the study of artillery forti-jany mora, and, of course, we (nc nui put Poteen the tract hications, know was ;