Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
Budget week Mr. been looked for long and anxiously D. Balcooske of Winnipeg made gome j and we trust she may find -the work Urge purchases of cattle in this agreeable. trict and .they out by special Messrs. Clyde trmia; Brown arid James: These were cattle prepared Carlson have just returned from Lo- springs market -in the Boun-'gan, Cache County, Utah, where the daiy Creek district and on Upper Lees have been at school, during the, past six months. We are all pleased Messrs. Hams and Smith of the'welcome them back once more. vfirat named "locality and-Mr, .Ed. Ev-j ___L ana of Lees 'Creekare said to be the! .heaviest shippers. Good prices were TERRIBLE MURDERS IN iNMANA STATE Ind.; May day is in the-, of a murder'mys- tery that rank with the nbtor- enforcement' of the quarantine, ious crimes practiced by Dr.'Holmes regulations Native to measles waslbf Chicago and the Bender family at-leagth. The .secretary! Of was instructed to inform the School Five bodies, some of them dismexn- notice given "by Councilmaiii Thor Duee of the introduction of a at the next session providing" lor a half holiday on Friday of each week during the summer months. May 15th to, Sept. 1st in each year. Councilman J, Woolf with tke town solicitor was to.looE into Vhe legality of the ".question. The matter t _ I i. I Vi U1CUI UlSllHiUl- Board as to the matter and the quar f bered and the parts sewn up in gunny .flntinri >___i__ _ physician as wall. !sacks, wew yesterday A delegation of citizens waited up- -'soft in the bam yard Cardston, May the office of Jon the Mayor and council relative to j Edward Guiness' house, one mile out! was i of town four imperfectfy Talk lhe.Tabeif.town council has Au engine from ji- freight' trata P U1 requisitioned the C. P. R. and the, Canada West Coal Co. to con be wade by which two to Wood- carloads of STAFFORD MAY JOIN THE CITY jmen to the scene of the accident. An- lln A deputation from Stafford village I VTA VUV 7 f other .pedal, carrying men ana ap- hich these compan- plittnces th h f 41. _ punip the water with; the' Abridge at pump, they a ready have installed. sam, donation. The supply of the tunics of these com- panies is not sufficient Jtwt their pumps can easily supply th? town. i O. the School t trouble ISL xiouor realized and our, ranchers and fann-L, I HO t j f "Hoard held tueir regular meeting last j apparently growu-s. Messrs, ers are begiunjng to see the need 4ll n TT _ j T__ _jj. r more careful finishing off of their Edw. identified bodies recovered from the beef and -also the good results troins ftales..' upon -the spring market rather} than the fall market. is, jr. A hearty vote of thanks was ten-" dered the Rev. Mr. Whiteman for his 1 UiliS Ul nouse since the fire ot Mr. Chas. T. cetttly returned from jservices in connection with Standard Marsden, jr.. has ill during the time necessary to pro-! a trip to Mon- Lethbr'.W _ !cure and install a new teacher also' Tvnoiesaiers M fed tor the. spring martet: It is only ML the council and were promised by the April 23 which caused the arrest of mayor that all that could be done j Ray Lamphere, a carpenter on sus- to curtail this traffic would have at- picion of murdering Mrs. Belle GUI- tention. iness and, her daughters, Myrele So- Yosterday notices were sent to the renson; 11 years old, Lucy Sorenson, as 9 years old, and their Jhalf brother-- a question "of a few, years when the fed stuff usually marketed in -no.-iOng6r be a of the beef in 'this district. grass THE, SHAKESPBARE CLUB The members were the guests of Miss Addie Eobinson at the home of Mri and Mrs. Homer AYoolf. Ths attendance was fair, and the work as well stating that Guineas, five years old. Ther -were continued to this are nine bodies to be identified. Mrs May who was'few minutes late, remanded to Lethbridge on a charge of I Some p. 111. for the It is reported the engine was lying across .the track and it was thought the (Spokane Flyer would be much de- u. but it passed through only a consternation was caused TTnn W 1-T f'nutting yea- terdtiy and asked for some sugges- tion as to the best way that wm convict the parties f and then in sunny sack Smith, T. R. Sorensen of Leavitt; o trees. and Willardj' The Visit of the trustees- Messrs.} The event is deplored Messrs. Dan and for the month of [people in the community. by decent Thompson, H. L. Thompson, Thomas S. Lowe of Kinaball- X. W. Tanner, H. Ml Bolicej Homer Woolf. and Jas. H. Aetna; E. A. Xi 'J, Fred Xielson and August Nielso'n, of Taylorville were some of those who made up the contingent from the southern, district. The most regrettable part of Sat- record was and is the fact that the Alberta, Farmers' Associa- tion had no meeting. v representative men. "ffoni all over 'the district and prac- tically all of them interested, more or less, in farming it vrould' certain- ly seem that a meeting should have been held. It is just possible that the absence of the President Saturday had some- thing to do with the record of "So lack of attendance." PEOGRESS OF .THE ALBERTA STAKE TABERNACLE The foundation of this structure is April was reported by those gentle- men who- spoke of the efficiency of the fire drill and olso of the repair work recently done. As the pupils were able to vacate the building and return to their places in 14 minutes, this was deemed satisfactory. i The bill for repairs was passed un- der protest. It was decided to have local me- chanics prepare the fire escapes and AMERICAN -COED SYSTEM Boys Become Inferior Copies of the Girls When They Are Taught In the Same Classes London, May writer in the Times- seriously criticizes the Ameri- can system of coeducation of the sex- es. He admits the advantages for been sewn up. Messrs. W. 6. Lee and D. E. physiological and social reasons, but jr., were appointed to visit school during May in company with the building inspector, who is also chief of. the fire brigade, Mr. D. S. Beach and have the escapes thorough ly looked into and then placed in rea- diness on the building. PERSONALS most coeducation. "scnoois girls are in" the majority and the attention of the teachers is be- stowed upon them in proportion. "'A girl matures earlier than a he says, "and at the age at which the two are educated her power of concentration is greater. Thus it happens in many classes that the n'a- body was nude. In the second excavation a skele- ton believed to be that of Jennie Ol- son an daughter of Mrs. Guiness, who disapeared Sept. 13th, was discovered. The girl was nearly seventeen >years of age "at the time and it was reported by Mrs. Guiness that she had gone to Los Angeles, California to attend college. Continued searchers to digging brought the .more sacks which con- Fanny Morgan of Caldwell ture of teaching is determined by the who returned recently from a visit to Utah points is reported to be ill with diptheria. V-esterday Mr. Wm. Burton suffered -now well under y and requirements of girls, and, as there is an irrepressible tendency for the minority to imitate the majority the boys become an inferior copy of the a relapse due to premature exertion, j girls, acquiring girls' gentleness and pood it being a very warm day. His weather is helping to push matters !ny friends trust he will soon be on There are some ten men now cm, deck again as he has. been unable to will attend to business for nearly three ed and the month's mj less see the basement completion. The warm weather and storms 11 car recent sensitiveness but not strength of either sex. "Eventually the boys the proper are irrepar- ably wounded in their dignity and lose faith in themselves. There is no attend weeks. .Among those returning icoai danger TO character than this south recantK- concerning- Mr. tained the dismembered body of a large man.-. Decomposition had re- duced it to a state that the only fea- tures recognizable wm-o tache and dark hair. Beneath this body was another layer of earth under which was found the bodies of the children, apparently about twelve years of age. Here several more sus- picious places in the grounds about the ruins were found and the author- resume the search today with the chance of finding more bo- dies. three cows, harness, about 96 chick- ens, in cash, and the accused agreeing to break ten acres of land, at an acre as witness did not the mare at the time he ask- ed accused to keep her and work her. He went for the mare on the first of April and met Gier and told him he wanted the mare.- He said that she was not on his placs then but with Mr. Fogarty's horses and that he had I seen her that day.. About the 28th of April he met the accused in Taber who told him the mare had strayed and, offering to let dm have one of his horses till-she was found. He declined and said he would call for the mare inside of a week. The mare was later found dead, -stated he Mr. Bert Sutton went to Leth bridge this evening by the Spokan Flyer. Dr. Lang left town for Calgary this evening and returns -on Saturday. HE.LIE TO CHANGE HIS CREED Sags-n Wiil Turn Protestant So Tha and Mme. Gould'May Have Religious Marriage Laporte, Ind.. May seventh body was found on the Guiness farm early in the afternoon. 'It was buried four feet deep and evidently that of an adult but it is not known whether of a man or a woman. It has been dismembered like the majority of the others. had known the accused since July, 1907, had traded horses with him and in or about the month of March last traded from him a dappled grey mare about 9 years old The mare died about two weeks after he got her. Fialer identified the mare as his" pro- perty and as-the one he had traded for with Gier. Cross-examined by E. P. Wal- lace, Rose said he bought the -mare at Gier's place about the 15th of .March and took her right homeland tied her to the manger and found her dead in Lhe stall about the third of April. Did not know when he got her, that Fraler had previously purchased her or that he had any claim on her un- til about ten days after a neighbor told Mm that- Failer had a claim her. Witness stated he was talking to a T-eterinary and he" said the mare was poisoned and he believed that the ac- cused poisoned her and his reason- for this belief was that another horse that he had refused to trade to Gier also -died from the same and witness believed that both the horses had been poisoned by him. This statement caused a great sen- sation in court. i .Rome, May of the greatest 'difficulties in the way of avmarriage between Prince Helie de Sagan anc Mme. Anna Gould, is the fact that the Catholic church, not recognizing the divorce, has refused to annul Mme. Gould's.- first marriage. The prince is determined 'to' marry Mme. Gould ahS to this end he has decided to turn Protestant.- TMs w enable the couple to be united by both civil and religious marriage cer- emony. If the prince remained a Catholic there could be no religious ceremony, and consequently his wife- would not be accepted by society. MR. FIELDING IN "NEW YORK Ottawa, Out., JVIay Hon. W. S. .Fielding, it is reported, is to return fo Ottawa next -week from New York where he went ior a few Mr. Gushing advised them to ap- proach the City of Lethbridge with-a view to- annexing themselves to '-the city. -The deputation accepted "the suggestion and will approach the city the matter at' an early date. ,The addition of" Stafford to the city would mean, ah increase iiv popu lation of about The -people there are vi-ru Vi .u- to have a waterworks service and are prepared to bear the expense of ex- tending tiie city system. WORK ON NO 5 SHAFT Work on- No. 5 Shaft of the A. R. I. Collieries is progressing rapidly. The shaft was commenced about six ago and is now about 150 feet days with Mrs. Fielding for a brief Ishaft is sunk; deep. The men work in three eight hour shifcs, seven, men to a shift. In all hirty-one men are employed on the ob. The coal is 330 feet from the urface. The company believe that his shaft can be used for thirty seam at this point is a little deeper than at Xo. 3. The ce between the two shafts is Imbst two miles. The seam at No. is worked for half this distance, mine is almost a caile dis- ant from Xo. 5. as is also the river ed. The clay at the depth the shaft is ow sunk is very hard. It is blasted hen shoveled into huge iron buckets hoisted to the top. The tim- ers are placed in position as the rest from the stress of nnremittent Parliamentary duties and to seek medical treatment. There is, of course, no truth in the dispatch pub- lished today in some newspapers that his mission to New York city had to G. -ftt T. P. WESLEY CHURCH SCHOOL SUNDAY The company have installed the electric light and telephone. WINDY CHICAGO Terrific Wind Storm Causes Death of One Man Annual ficers The accused was remanded to the District Court at Lethbridge in two bails of each, which was forth- Taber, want 01 a la- crosse Club has been felt in Tal-or-for some as there are quite -i large and Mrs. Wilfred Woodruff of Caldweil. Mrs. Woodruff, nee IMiss Gertrude Atkins, has been absent some eisrht- are giving most favorable -growing- conditions. The fail wheat ____ is showing the effect of such months past in Ogden. Utah, "and tions ssbre observably than any friends be glad to welcome er crop unless ifc is the patches of jhsr back also to know that Mr. alfalfa and these last- are n0t num-1 Woodruff will reside, in Canada, erous. Mr. Thos. H. Woolford yesterday and in making his report to the Department Of Agriculture was sample of fall wheat whirh if it tai fails in all: La Porte, Ind., May Grisley number of good players and many story of the private graveyard at the j coming in, in consequence of which was in. plucked from his own field measuring eight inches in height. Let us hear from some one who can do better. PERSONALS Mr. Walter Pilcher is suffering from attack -akin blood poisoning, badly swollen but the right is near- ly if not quite twice its natural size. The disease is said to be due to in- oculation while blistering a horse. Mr. "Ed. J. Wood drove out to the Cochrane ranch today ex- DR1PPED DEAD AT WARNER (From Friday's Daily.) Andrew Millar, a young man farm- ing about nine miles from Warner, dead in that town yesterday. 3Ir. G-. A. Pachardson, recently of! He was Pitting a bridle on his Lacombe, Alta., has taken a lease on f when he complained of a. pain Tciiiii oj. _txic. jjcua Ajumcss. a Hint; north of La Porte, is still in its early chapters. Today the estimates oi_tb_e number of persons murdered at the placo through the lure of a matrimon-j resolution was unanimously earn ial bureau run all the way from twelv that a Lacrosse Club should be start Chicago, May man killed and many pedestrians were'put in per- il by falling live wires and others were blown down and injured, during Meeting and Election of Of- a terrific rain and wind storm which set in early today and continued this afternoon. The official report of the' weather bureau was that the wind at-" tained a maximum velocity of 40 mil- es, but in the suburbs and along the Held Last Night (From Wednesday's Daily) The annual meeting of the Sunday of Wesley Church School Executive was. held last night .and was well at- tended, the pastor, Rev. J. e immediately put on the marVet. Mr. Turner, general' manager for Vlberta of the Imperial Life Assur nee Co. of Canada was in town yes- erday and as a result of his visit ppofntcd Mr. S. Ervine, agent for he company in this district. JNiay When the local train going west arrived here at p. m. news was conveyed that the engine attached to the ballast' train running between Woodpecker and the gravel pits near Grassy Lake, had toppled over at the latter place. En- quiry proved the news to be correct, about SS7.00, which would be liquid-. Jated during the year. It was decided to donate a pulpit chair to the new church in Xqrth Ward, anu otherwise assist: in organ- izing the Sunday School Department there. The election of officers resulted in the re-election of nearly all the old officers, as follows: Superintendent, W. Jordan. Assistant Supt., Mrs. A. L. Foster Secretary Lundy Librarian and Andrev Messer. Supt. of Home Department, Jas Benton. Convener of Missionary Committee, Miss Prouse. Organist, Mrs. A. Southard. The teaching staff in most re- jected, is composed as follows; Bible, class, Rev. J.. M. Hari-lson Asst. Bible Class. Mrs. C. R. Dan- el. Primary, Mrs. W. Jordan. Asst. Primary, Miss V. Voting Men's Class, Mrs, 'oster.1 A. L. rs. Intermediate classes, Mrs. A. Sou- hard, Mrs. Redmond, "Miss Proiisc, liss Harrison, Mrs. VanSpanckercn fr. T. Hiss A, B. -Mercer, liss Smith, Messrs. A. L. Foster nd E. !J. Cook. Mr. J. Torrance was elected enteen inches when she is fully dres- sed. The craze for slim waists now is at its height. A specialist this week said that half the women 'he is now treat- ing for colds, pneumonia, and other ills, brought on the illness by sacri- ficing warm clothing to the fad for appearing thin. "Nine-tenths of the fashionable wo- men in he said, "now are go- ing, about the streets insufficiently clad." THEY PREDICT A BIG RUSH (From Friday's Dally.) The O. W. Kerr Co. brought a spe- cial car of land seekers as far as Moose Jaw yesterday. A party came in on the Flyer last night and were taken out to the. Cameron tract by Manager T. S. McKenzie ing. 0. G. Lathrop, manager of ex- cursions, accompanied the party. Mr. Lathrop says he never saw con ditions better'in Sunny Southern A1-. berta than present. He predicts a large immigration from the States to this district this year. As soon seed in o- is over.many will come to the country they have heard so much iboxit.. The company have just placed a team, plowing outfit on the Camer- >n ranch and have the lumber on the ground for .buildings which will be tho accident being caused by the en- visional superintendent of the iNorth gine running past an open switch. Ward Sunday School. rected for the accommodation of ex- pro- cu'rsipnists and employees; They Be- in entertaining and making their visitors comfortable.'