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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 S X News. for tte Week Live Arranged for Easy Fort Steele I company has awarded, the 'to., build, a ixew mod- ii brewing plant for the concern to [r Stanley, of Spokane- FIVE MEN DROWNED Liverpool, Ohio.. May 8. gasoline launch on the Oliio river, occupied by nine Toronto, May six inch cir-, ealai tube iix the machinery of tliei Jtuhelieu and "Ontario steamer youiw men became disabled 'being fixed up at the yards here "burst Saturday afternoon. "Two.men in the eng-Ine room were .by inhaling steam ana two died in the hospital six hours later from scalds. ,.Portage-La Prairie, May A miss of smouldering ruins and Dearly this morning and was carried under a float of empty were drowned. Prince Albert, Sask., May reached the city today that bush fires are raging across the river and had reached the timber limits of the Prince Albert, lumber company at Stump Lake, seventy miles from here. Three caiDps are said to have been burned and the fire is raging in the .'standing timber. A party left Prince 1 Albert tonight to fight the fire. Quite a number of homesteaders have been FttE AT COLEMAN Coleman, May night just us people were crowding to the sta- tion to take the niue o'clock train, or see friends off, the fire tell was heard ringing wildly. Soon the flames were shooting upward and ev- erybody knew tha.t Colemau's largest store, "The Coleman Mercantile" was ou fire. Miv Smith of Lethbridge contractor and kbuilder of the city hall at Regina, the new court house at Moose Jaw and several other large Buildings in Saskatchewan and Alberta, is one of the proprietors of sfcore_ at the station I burned out. Frank, May new coal company with Mr. Benedict, the and Mr. McPhee, the secretary, and Mr. I Smith's nephew, waning for the [train when the alarm was given. By today marks. ibe spot where stood the implement1 T. Prout, Hvery barn La Porte, Ind., May found home. geld in the It is ;or syndicate was formed m Frank to! operate m Flathead country. All of looked .f j them have come together in one con- "au lw eern for the purpose of dealing with the holdings. The syndicate was or- ganized with S. M. Moore, president; of David jBoes and E. McLenaghan, and the office of Dr. Bradshaw, vet- erinary surgeon, the whole _ block sit? in a corumaJudiiig position on St., having been destroyed-by fire last night, of Belle Guiness. ham lost no time wild soon two streams were playing upon the blaze, jer, treasurer ;and a board of direct- Then was seen what a splendid pres- iors composed of these officers and in j sure is supplied from the reservoir up it were The fire brigade under Chief Gra- Sot many [addition, George H. Scott and A. S. on the mountain side. .Eegina, Sask.. May confer- J Far_b__OIi Jt proposei} to pros. minutes were required to do the ence between, the licensed victualers fllA Work and the principal loss will be ironi the water uh-ch poured down Pa. Mav i from the ceiling upon the goods. The [the local campaign being I waged in the province and funds for Lee Bove, 6 years old, was seated at loss Qf Bed- ,Helena May D'Easurn, be provided. [ford avenue basebaU park yesterday ihe former Butte reporter, wno is.-------------------- 'afternoon watching a game between wanted in Saskatchewan, Canada; on Guelph, Out., May 9.-An eight year R the charge of having appropriated old boy named Callum committed Q{ Qf came belonging to Fort Saskatchewan jcide at Edna Grove between knocked-a {oul Industrial Exhibition association jton Paisley by hanging himself, -while acting as agent, was arraigned, because bis mother on his the" child could dodge this afternoon, before United to-school, where he is said to back of -Commissioner Thompson and enter- nave had trouble with Ms teacher or-. ed a plea of not guilty. He will be! playmates. The boy said he would given a hearing when the Canadian _ die first. No attention was paid to his d -witnesses arrive. D'Easum.ls said to threat. {him to Passavant hospital. The hos- come from a prominent family. is fully covered by insurance. BLOODSHED IN THE WEST Assertion by R. S. Like, a Saskatchewan Member May fourth day of the debate on the election ballot was enlivened by a "rare Hash of uninten- tiOEal humor from Mr. Lake, Qu'Ap- PHILLIPS ACQUITTED (Continued from Front llalcobnson'g statement as to the time of the crime, he acknowledg- ed is entirely speculative and is it not strange that Constable Martin goes to the house at 11 p.m., locked and the lights out and returns at l a.m. "and finds the side-door open _ and the lights lit. Some one was in the house "between eleven and one and lit the lamps, i He must have seen the tragic scene. If an innocent per- son saw the scene and did not report it, he is villainous and ol committing the crime. The fact that Sergt. Haslett in sending Martin to the Mg _ ,_ T T ;mtal is two miles, from the park, and Laporte, Tnd., May Lemel Dar- i.apv Begina, Sask.. May of ihe three prairie provinces met in Kegiria today and organized an asso- for mutual protection. The organization is to be known as f the P. Bums business in Coleman, leaves to- night for Lethbridge, From, there rehash of the regulation opposition protestations against the alleged ne- farious purposes of the government declared that if it led to bloodshed in the West, the blame would fall on the head of Sir Wilfrid laurier. _ The debattvwas resumed this after- noon by Mr. Crawford, Portage La Prairie, who added to the weight of argument already adduced by pre- vious speakers in favor of the mea- sure by pointing ,out a lew more of the glaring instances in which the Conservative machine had used the power given it by the present system to disfranchise elec- tors for party purposes. He declar- ed that for every ten or fifteen Con- servatives now wrongfully on the Manitoba lists there was only one Liberal who should be struck off and his statement was backed up by spe- cific cases in point. disturbance was not created" admits Get acquainted with Black Watch the big blick plug chewing tobacco. A tremendous favorite everywhere, because of its richneai and pleasing flavor. I hit. The -former had his eye on mail buying goods on credit while the latter says he did not look closely at him. The man at Monty Lewis' 1101 have been and" even if it was, there is no proof that'. the possibility of" others committing he committed the deed several hours the crime. Recently such a crime had later. been committed right in the town of' Mr. Macleod spoke exactly an Jbour.. Frank aiid criminal was not caught. The charge of Chief Justice Sifton Martin _saw' two other men coming fwas..brief and without any .indication.-. as to what verdict they should bring.- The jury were only a few minutes- making their decision. from the direction of Monty' Lewis. They were the nearest so far the evi- dence shows, to the house when the murder was committed. Another man came to Ethel Williams while he was there ,and left hurriedly. Who were these men? The constable knew only one. There is no evidence to show that Man Sing was not at the house at eleven o'clock. This is not to in- dicate who did the deed but to show that it was quite possible for anyone around Frank to have committed the crime. The motive of the crime was either LUNDY Seeding is about completed in this- district. A onuch larger larger is in this year is looking fine. ]ast> Ftxll A very large i cunt of it will be sowed this year. j Messrs. "Ralph Crow' and Woods have gone south for z. short: time. Word has just been received of the-. robebry or revenge. There posi- death of Mr. Thomas Brown, father tive evidence that there was any- Of John TVarnock'. Mr. Browm itr. ?Jonk followed, declaring the thbag to rob' if robbery were a much respected citizen of Til- motive the bracelet would iave been hurv Ontario present bill was crooked, mischiev- vmuaxio. ipus and wicked, but his premise was not backed up on. the r-eal point at tha necessity some remedy for recognized anomalies in Manitoba. The Opposition speakers again newed their threats of keeping motive taken. The woman1- never deposited moro than at a time and it is evi- Wilson ite.s been quite ill with bv logical'argument i mvK a-L i0 CY1" rneumatisni. Many years on tne-G.- namelv ident that she some'X.R. did this. One goo'd point is- sporting man or she would have had that it is, as good as a barometer to-., more money. Mike Phillips is a hard- foretell approaching storms, working man, with a record at the A Sunday School has been orgauiz- mine of 65 days of 63 days. at the school house with Miss Em- nbt looking for easy money. He went ma Dait superintendent and -Miss- their present obstruction to the bill for an indefinite time and as the de will .go to his ranch near Grassy government has no intention of back- Lake to see about getting things inpg down from the position which 1 shape for going'on. it permanently in I force of logic and weight of facts am- when Forter to make Justify. The debate promises to La Port. Ind.. May sharp contest between the prosecution and j the defense in the case of Ray 'caation met with delegates from -licensed -victuallers association dur-j ing the afternoon and it is likely that i united efforts will be put forth to counteract the campaign being waged "by temperance, workers through, the provinces, although no definite steps Russia to this end nave yet been taken. _. Island ed the deaths of some or the persons May of oc that have had of Crete, Great'. Fiance and Italy bodies have been found burkd i in the Guiness farm yard is indicated rtton1' hog raising the chief feature of his i farming. Watson is suffering from a re- i lapse and while he is taking the baths at the Sanitoriurn IMrs. Wat- son is visiting in Fernie, B.C. Arbor Bay was observed at the school by cleaning up the grounds j and" putting them in. shape for foot- i iball and other games. continue for some days yet. LESS STATESMEN the people of the ,-_ Alberta, May case of W. E. Mullin, formerly night- operator at Pmeaer Station, charged man-slaughter, started this morn- j ing. He is charged with disobeying lules by alowing train 1430 to pass the; station when it should have stopped, j resulting in a collision at Brocket, j -about o'clock Sunday morning. 22, and the death of F. trrecian c Tis. The soldiery. will be removed from the island by! degrees- j __ In 1396 Crete was governed by Turk- Qf ey. In that year an effort was made hp wag ___ by part of the population, aided by refusal of the sheriff to admit! e'en to Lamphere's cell is "found in j :act that the former hired man has also started the growth of and herbage very per s said yesterday to break the silence maintained since his j leod, with C. G. McCan ton ,.__ Turkish role and annex is represented by Coon jaae. m d b the four powers of Edmon- mentioned above who established a assisting on behalf ot the op-; c of erator's Timon. W. M. Campbsl is prosec-jting. AH morning was spent over blockade oi 1893. the powers constituted to agree to such a proceedure. This at- has -iven ma may ceptibly. Everything is looking splen- did on the ranches round Coletnan and in the gardens. 3Ir. Tinirnins. general agent of the jilason Risch P..iano Co- for Alber- spent a. day with, the local agent jjlr. itfantfccrne .business San Francisco, CaL, May day is the last day of rear admiral but to the house to spend. He had, no Mary-lnkster as Secretary, motive for revenge. He did not write Mj% L p_ Fitch is on stm the letters "IVIonty received threaten-, for a method of putting up a fence, ing her. withoutbotbcring about post holes. His conduct points him .out as an Miss Myrtle Coffland is -quite ill man." Pelesky says he found and will be" compelled to give up him asleep in the shack oil Wearies- school until stronger. This, we ull day morning. Although the inquest hope, may be soon- was being held that day he went Miss M. A. who last about the town, fearlessly drinking atf had charge of the Bo school the hotels Vith Synko. To draw his will this year teach at oionry Avould not have been more dan- anil spend time with her brother. gerous for him than to go about as have received word from. Vice- he did. When he was away, learning President Whyte, o.f the that 1 o: the awful charge laid against him, officials have not requested any I he cuuld not be expected to return, delegates from the farmers along any ETc told a 'story to Ms wife and the proposed road from Calgary, to Leth- j old man b'ut there is not a, married bridge. However we have also in- j sian in Alberta but has to lie some- formation that makes us feel j t times to square himself with his wife, than confident that within -a period i j and if he must hang fur his infelicity Of two years or less there will be a then the race of married men wouici_ railroad west of the Black Spring; soon be extinct. Ridge. This 'line will carry away i The Crown promised to bring [Mike the crop of 1909. I up to 7 p.m. Tueadar at, Monty Lc-wis' Mr. Hidley, has opened up services j tkat dops not in the Centre School. Robley-D. Evans' command of Monty Lewis after elev- jrnitcd States Atlantic fleet. He O'ciock. He was there Saturday.! I to be succeeded in chief by Rear Ad- miral Thomas, command but who five will the days, stepping Bice aside on May lutb. in favor of Rear Admiral Charles G.; Spez-ry. Rear Admiral Evans today "bade There is no evidence that he was any-! PROCE.S8 ISSUERS APPOINTED Gco. t-Budd has been recommended where but at a christening on Sunday, for process issuer at Raymond. On Monday night Segt. Haslett says H. P. Munro.e, Postmaster at Ta- j he was too drunk to give evidence ber, has been gazetted process issuer, f in the court and had a moustache, at Taber. The Chinaman says. the man at Mon- Crete prosecution hope that he may soon! -vuiumn Tae (Jninaman'says.tne man at ivion-: n. -ereal secrets which they en-lof the Western Fire lljsurance Co- personal farewell to the officers of Ms j ,vas sober and had no moustache, er, h deavored to solve bv circumstantial I Friday in town writ- command at the banquet given .in He arranged with Pelesky for the, trar' of the indictment, the de-1 A, with adjacent isles an autonomous L S state under a high commissioner deavored to solve bv circumstantial i.' ,mg up- some good business. Before 1 i me iarm. I possible connection with T T_ ,1 i the powers to sovereignty oi Turkey; nf nnd hndv fence claiming that there was no al- Jf _ >tne ot one more Doay c. but without tribute- Crete has a mix-- legation of cnme in the indictment, T. ,.jed population oi that indictment does not sno-w tram, "la-winl- irain on Btaiday, -and t that particulars do not show criminal i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS negligence by Slullin. The Court ad-' journed to allow Crown to amend in- dictment. he left he appointed 2Ir. J. lesterday, developments, beyond' representative honor of the visiting Atlantic T. ilan- by the city of San Francisco." H. P. Munroe. postmaster at Tab has been recommended as regis- "of Vital Statistics at "Taber. local i company. fleet shack that evening. Mah. Sing says the same man was at Monty's on evidence secured was the trunk which j Lamphere left on the farm of John Gordon Laidlaw, 716 Palmerston Wheatbrook where he was employed Aven. Toronto, was upset from a since February. The "VTheatbrook Yaneouver May Enroute to Ot-.! tawa to visit Sir Laurier and Earl sailboat on Saturday and drowned. farm is in the vicinity of Springvale, seven miles north of here and in The Governor General while attend- neighborhood of where Lamphere m W iUWtKAL Ut AL KEYES Gray, from thence to Washington ing the races in, Toronto this month spent his boyhood. Letters from Mrs. .night there was a good turn out of ]the who win battles. where President Eoosevelt will be in- will occupy terviewed, Harry J. Landahl, one oi residence. Dawsons most prominent business men. who is slso past Arctic CHei of. Senator f Kelvin Jones' Guiness "found in Lamphere's 'trunk, Knights of 'Pythias and the old-; -urged Mm to return to the at the funeral services of. Al. i and to bring his sweetheart with him. JKeyes last" pay their last j The Presbyterian Synod of British Thus far the identity of the "'sweet-1 marks of respect to one of our old Dawson Camp No. 4, of the Arctic Columbia voted against tha proposed is uniathomed. Brothers and representative of the union with the Methodist and Con- j Dawson .Board of Trade, is in Van- gregational 'Churches. couver today. Mr. Landahl' is await- members Chicago, May Coroner Hoffman J home of Burglars entered A. Galbraith's "night but only got ing the arrival at the coast of three specially prepared invitations which will be .presented personally to the Premier, and Governor General of the Dominion and to the President John aged 17, was of the United States, inviting them to found g-nilty at Saskatoon of two of wheeled into the room and in a! Tuesday at six o'clock, while Mr. i fifteen minute speech- declared __ that Lang swears Mike was in his store hat was needed to preserve the between ten to six and five after. Mr., i peace of the world is more battle- j Lang being entirely disinterested I (ships and .fewer statesmen. As to i must be. believed. Monty told Carson j armor belts, the admiral claimed it; "laughingly" that the man in the t made no difference whether they were! room Tuesday evening was at the water line or whether they land this is very material especially j were made 'of leatharwood or egg j as she told him he had been there all i-shells. It is the men than can shoot! day. Synko saw Mike down town Xotwithstaridino; ths unpleasant jth3 straightest and stand punishment j between 5 and 7 and had a talk with 1 him. Allowing for Mike from i Monty's to Frank, do what he is NEWS FROM COALDALE i shown to have done, and returned would -have taken an hour and. five Coaldale, 3Iay Lillie Pat- i minutes of the two hours between 5 and 7 he is supposed to be at the of the lodge met at the left unexpectedly P'riday On learning} bouse. The fact that the Chinaman i" deceased Vm Smith street'of the serious illness of her aunt at j went to get cigars is evidence they were not for.Mike as he frad just The Garbutt Business College Of Cfllizary moHer" COUTH-H in Tf'e'-T.nph.v. am] Business, einplbvs expert loneheis. pr- par-'S yonnir. people for find TV'ite for proppecto "L." Enter anv Tiraf. 37-0 F. GARBUTT. Pritidoal jand much respected' citizens. The ching has gone to California. She yesterday received information which t ancj iec] -P. Conybeare, chan-1 Pasadena. led him to believe that the earth un- 1 ceiior commander, took charge "of the i school trustees of the district store at Swift Current on Saturday! der the house at 60 Almar street, form-i services there, 'The usual ritualistic have had a meeting and decided to bought tobacco and cigarette papers. Men of his stamp do not smoke ci- lerly occupied bv Mrs. Belle Guiness! slices wer-'held the school house to completion gars. Mr. Lang says he wore an jm- A ui -c i f j "may be literally filled with the bones! A procession was then formed and! as quickly as possible. The building i Cation Persian, lamb cap _ while bel- of murdered men." all marched to S-L. Augusrtin's church will be of good size and will be built the .T ohivers. the, town. lers the man had a black fedora Queen's University and College KINGSTON, ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION THEOLOGY SCIENCE (Including Engineering) The Arts Course inay be taken with- out attendance. For Calendars, write the Registrar, G20. Y. CHOWN, 3 Kingston, Ontario, visit .the KlAndyke ai the close of the i charges of forgery and sentenced to coroner_ expecu Alaska-Yukon exposition to be held f0ur years iii penitentiary. in'-Seattle next year. The making of tliese invitation cards, pach of which Thos. a member of the Ca- thc iwtor, T.cv. J. S. Chivers. to commence excavi- i the church funeral services, j Mr. Peterson, formerly of St. 3Ia- tions Monday morning. Coroner Hoff- 1 TIw body WaS sent for interment is is building a cot- man's statement followed a confer- j Kingston> Ontario, four members of Uage on The ten ..acre plot ha owns "c- betwe en him and Assistant Chief j the remaining with the corpse adjoining the towns! te. cost, at least is being rushed pital Lacrosse Club, Ottawa, and a i Schuttler over the disclosures arrival Of the east to completion and in three weeks native of Almonte, they will bs in the hands oi Mr..! yesterday. Baird of Seattle, past grand arctic chief of the Arctic Brotherhood who He intends boumito m.n.ke Coaldale his home. i Seeding is quite general here Judge Paradis, of St. Johns, Que. will give them to Mr. Landahl who died yesterday .morning. will convey them to the celebraties to j _ -whom they are" adressed. masketl nion hold up the jji. agent at" St. Lambert, Que. took., from the. till. died in Ottawa to the police. train> j -What the information is, the assist-1 The werG the pall bearers: i of the farmers have finished en- ant chief declined to say but Coroner i MtlVor A. C. 'F. I tircly, having planted 'the last of t Hoffman declares it was by far the i p_ "conybcarc, K.C., J.H, oats a week or so ago. j most important information the i J-Ieighes, jr., was hero from V cago police have yet received. j ._______ j the "Iron Springs "I am now almost, -positively cer- WEDDING ANNIVERSARY He c'amc to set; his tain that'the woman's body found in -Or, I Ccorffe sr. His brother, j 'T BUY I the- ruins of the La, Forte home was The Material for yo.ur shed, barn house tin till you have seen our The gas- works were destroyed by fire. Strnnjvch tronbV; symntom of. and not taiisoll a true liistjasc. Wo think of Heartburn, and as real diiicascs, yet theji are symptoms onjy of a certain specific 2Jerve ItTcas this face.that tirst correctly led Dr. Shoop in the creation of .that now popular -Shoop's Restorative, Coins: direct to the stomach brought that success and favor to Dr, Shoop and his Restorative, With-- not that of Mrs. Gniness but that she i N'jvpanco, is still the coroner. La Porte, Ind., May Harry ;evening of itfa.y..4, about forty-five of i the friends of -Mr-, and M're, D. N. j-Hegland' metVat their home near rTJowviJlo, the '.occasion being the twen Ky-fifth anniversary of their wedded Bert, .who has a homestead there, ac- i" ;companied him back Thursday ing. The gathering took on tha, na-, devestating' The Great 2sorLhcrn; Railway bridge I crossing the Elk Tliver a few miles Fred Rohihsoiv, a horse was [Long, for two terms coroner of La killed by .having'some' steel fall on I county wlio assisted at the post, ture of and the happy nl him in a Pore Purquotte car at St. 1 'mortem of the body supposed to.-be-! A a 1 that of Mrs. Guiness declares lively .'.that .the body in the morgue is that of a woman who weighed fully fifty pounds loss than di< A disastrous bush firo swept through J the district seventy miles west, of Finest material oil themarket at closest "price" yet x ,-Lno.na.s, unt. I pic unaware that their I friends had 'arranged the party. A very pleasant, evening was spent j There is a Pink Pain Tablet made! lasting accomolishjotnts For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad twwith and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop'a or sec for your- will do. AVe sell and ctaeer- Inllr recommend Dr. Shoop's Restorative J. J. JOHNSON. B. C., was badly aged by fire.. A small bush fire in i the neighborhood was responsible for I the Dv., that will positively j singing short congratulatory stop ,my pain, 'anywherf, in 20 iriin-! t ness, also that it is five inches short- which cofTee and cake Druggists everywhere sell tbem ertKan Mrs. Guiness. Long present, wa. v Mrs. Guiness is still alive. Carload each of. fresh Lime. "Wood-, Fibre Plaster and Cement in ;May woman arrest- i served and the party eleven o'clock, The .friends left, with the happy arc more unemployed men in. hero as Mrs. Guiness, charactem-1 Fernie 'at the present time than us- j ed her arrest as an outrage. Shf- said ual owing to the laying off of the itnat she hod been her life 'at j construction', gangs on, the-Michel ex-! Franklin, Pa., where she -spent; the 'tension of the Great Northern two weeks.- and can give abso- which has jugt been completed. proof of her identity. conple n pair of rings i their roffaros. token of Minard's sicians. Linimnet used by Phy- stop headaches. Dr. as, as j PirJc Pain i Tablets simply- coax blood pressure away from is all. Pain" comes from blood congestion. Stop that pressure with Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets and pain is instantly -gone. :20 Tablets' 25c.', Sold -by J. "J. Johnson. Roger s- Cunningham Lumber 'Co., Ltd. lettibriiliB, Tatar, StirlinSi Raymond, Jagratli, Coleridge ;