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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERJA. SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1909. NO. 131. SIR WILFRID DOES NOT LIKE IT Rider Attached By the U. S. To Waterways Treaty GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER Toronto, May Oliver was convicted in court of sessions this afternoon, of doing grievous bodily harm and sentenced to two and a half years in the penitentiary. Oliver was first arested on a charge of murder but this was reduced to manslaughter ou which charge he was sentenced. The 'evidence showed that during a row on the street receiitly, Oliver struck William Gordon who falling to the pavement sustained injuries which resulted in his death.; Ottawa, May spending thc 'greater part of the day on the Montreal Harbor Commissioners' bill and discussing the waterways treaty, TAYLOR WAS ACQUITTED Victoria, B. C.. May W. Tuy- j'.lor, on trial here, charged with man- slaughter, was yesterday acquitted. Judge Morrison charged strongly in favor oi the prisoner. The alleged crime was supposed to have been committed 11 years ago. Taylor's wife was chief witness for NEW CONCERN TO 'BUILD AN OFFICE Alberta Realty Co. Re- organizes Under a ,New Name KEPT AUDIENCE OUT New Haven, Conn., May Goldman was booked to deliver a lee tun.1 here last night on "Anarchists.' The police decided that if she insist ed upon speaking she must talk to herself. Accordingly she was admit- ted to the hall where the meeting was to be held, but her would-be audi- ence was not allowed to enter. After waiting for some time she disgustedly left and returned to her hotel and the crowd outside dispersed. Crown, and her evidence was to I ing- in One ot the signs of progress in this countijy is the way in which 'business firms in various re-organiz- the House tonight began to literally j the effect that prior to her marriage "shovel" the money through. The j she had a child by Taylor which the pace was set almost a million a i latter destroyed. minute and as is usually at the end of a session approached with half j RAISE M.PP.'S SALARIES the supply to criticize handle such a way their fast to be able to increasing busi- voted. The disposition for increased indemnity to members the leprhhture.'. Quebec. May a ministerial even m the most per-! _, conference it was unammouslv Jn the rear of the Conybeare block jdition to the buying j farm land and thc extensive develop- The .fire tie- ment of the same they expect to do he scene and a general real estate business and v, all kinds of bonds and securi- sible had been warned by the fire j ties, also make a specialtv of fanr cluei and that warning was emphat- j ically renewed. les Quanta ranchman and five mem-1 ter 5ays he is reluctantly led to be- bers of the family of a farmer named I lievc that th6fe wag deliberate inten- Eckstrom, whose- house near Hollis.. I tion to misquote in the first instance and'no mode of attack presented itself to them. sions. In spite of denials, Mr. Trot- {last year. The ground is in splendid shape as a seedbed: was destroyed. Near Great Bend, Kansas, twenty members of a crew on a Santa Fe work train which was blown from the track were hurt. Four of them are in a serious condition. BUTTERMILK TO CAPTURE La Crosse, May cam- Young Man Was Shot Near Ottawa i tlie City Hall. The representative :from Lethbridge was A. J. McLean, ;3LP.P. I A resolution was adopted regarding shipment of strays found on the 1 range. Ottawa, May Breckstead, allowed to accumulate, partment was earlv on About two dozen more people 'have of their in others not the TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Canada Life bill was reported by the Senate banking and com- merce committee. There was no op- position. The Presbyterian Synod of Toronto and Kingston at a final session yes- terday' declared in favor of having the English Bible taught in the schools of Ontario. James Purdy, 35 years old, form- erly of St. Thomas, Ont., was brut- been notified to get pipe chimneys and quite so dangerous. The building inspector caught sev- eral people building who had not taken out permits. They Mr. Daniel and Mr. Ingrain wish to express their appreciation of the confidence and courtesy shown them while managing the business of CALGARY CHIEF WILL BE STRICT paign expense account filed by was shot man George R. Marvin; Jr., a strong same courteous came i treatment and the same lovaltv to around this morning and took them j business at their hands i: as in the past. out. Will Invade Hill's Preserve Chicago, May Construction of in the fture G.T.P. Answers Serious Charges In Dealing With Future Pugilistic Encounters In That City branch lines tnousand miles to the Pacific coast he has lately lived. are sus- pected. Chas. M. Leach, an English travel- ler who shot himself in the mouth where extension of the Chicago, .Milwaukee St. Paul The road in the of the opinion oi railroad officials- will! I mean Suhst.nntin1 fiif i-n f, substantial cut into the tar- iff volume now enjoyed by the jS'orth- ern. Pacific and the Great Northern has heretofore been controlled three weeks ago, died at St. by the Hin lines> ael's hospital, Toronto. f.each was tjes the representative of an English jewelry manufacturing firm. Announcement is made that the University of Toronto has secured Dr. J. B. Leathes, of London, Eng1., liines. for the chair of Chemical Pathology, j Dr. Leathes is regarded as most prominent of the younger medical j scientists. Thos. Stulvey. deputy provincial secretary of Ontario, has been ap- pointed under secretary of state at Ottawa. A general strike involving all the workmen in the Milwaukee Federa- Ottawa, Ont., Mav which Jrilljidd over m treatment on the Pacific sec- tion of the Grand Trunk Pacific are proved with correspondence present- ed to the House of Commons by the Minister of Labor to be due to La- bor Organizer Daly, who, according I to a letter from General Manager '''is trying to -make all he can." Complaints and St. Paul Railroad will soon be undertaken by that road. The territory to be thus invaded abso- Calgary, May some time past- the chief of police-, has closely i watched the alleged boxing exhibi- tions which liave been promoted in this'city from time to time, and con- sidering his action relative to them. Last night he attended the Reid- Fullerton bout in Sherman's rink and at the conclusion of the fight had evidently determined his stand He is resolved must be under competent all of A. R. L CO. BUSINESS Approximate net profits from sources, exclusive of land sales, the A. R. I. Co. for February were against for Feb., 1908- Total net profits for S months ended Feb. 28. Approximate rail- way traffic receipts' for March, 627. against for March, 1908. in future that thev Address Was Enjoyed By All o'clock last night, and I. Garlough i CAUSED WOMAN'S DEATH North Bay, Ont., May 13. Benjamin Patterson, attempted to kill- under a train which was block- ing the tracks last night when the nine' siarted passing over her legs. limbs were amputated but the The aged 40, is in the local jail awaiting j woman died a few hours later. She the action of the coroner's jury. The 'i body of Breckstead was not discover- ed until eight o'clock this morning, j when John Eli, 'a passing farmer, found it in the comer of a field by a husban'd and four children. REPORTED DEAD BEFORE HE REALLY WAS Salina, Kan., May the road side. Garlough acknow- j hours before he was crushed to death, ledges having fired of? his shotgun to i beneath his overturned frighten some boys who were -bother- i the rumor spread through, this city ing him, by firing stones at his -house that Percy a" well known seed about nine o'clock last .night, -and it i grower, had been killed on the road is thought this shot muat have kill- 1 between here and Watsonville. Late ed Breckstead. as buckshot wounds were in the head, Evangelist Gale addressed his larg- est weeic night audience last night. At the close of his address he made Chicago, May civil- ization is bringing increased insanity in Japan according to Dr. K. Saito, director of Aojama Hospital for the of prize fighting and. must be refereed several responded. insane in Tokio. by a well known, reputable citizen, j The subject last night "was, "Why "Fifty years ago." he said, "insan-! whose name must be in the hands of: the new birth is and was 'ty in Japan was very rare. Thirty j the chief before a license is granted, j dealt with in thc same logical con-'years ago it began increasing, and management, must savor in no way his first appeal for a decision and Says Civilization Brings Insanity yesterday Morse was_ found fatally crushed beneath his wrecked machine. After the rumor Morse had started to drive into town to disprove the rumor when the fatal accident occurred. Coupled with the strange rumor that- preceded it, his death has caused much excitement here. Chamberlin, trouble Senator New Scheme were first made that men on the Pa- cific section were ill fed and ill treat- ed, and secondly that they were i mulcted to unnecessary amounts for ;hospital money. As to Sir. j Chamberlain says that contractors "There been too much, of prize vincing manner as former addresses, i after thc Chinese-Japanese war there itouse' BUILDING PERMITS" William Radley, Bertha St., dwell- ing, Mike Elasyczukij: Mven St., addi- tion, J. Alexander. Westminster Ed.', drug store. J. Alexander, Westminster Ed., tool fight and not enough boxing analogies from nature and the ed." he said vehemently, "and it has application of common sense it was got to stop. After this there will be shown that the trend of every .life is no licenses until I sured on these poiats." Jake Fullerton peared to have a them around as jare giving as good a medical service, isfactOry decision as the railway itself, but the best proof of success of the hospital ser- is cle. To say the attempt was a fros The contest took i health has been generally good i Rilik last nieht Thc went. Ottawa, Oat.. May the sen- j anci thcre has been very few cases of I half a round and ihen something hap- am as- j from God and that if a person I is ever set right there must be a i becomes more general :i.nd Joe Reid nature. The evangelist asked j struggle for existence, hoodoo following! his audience to be as intelligent "and j _ L- as getting a sat- manly ;n this matter as in any oth- a thc squared cir-: Or and clearly explained the neces- least their second Ljt.y for the new birth even in thc of the worst kind, (most beautiful moral life. Unless a lace at the Roller man has his spiritual capacity filled before death he would not enjoy was further increase. The increase.! Laara Morningstar, McBeth -St., was even more rapid after the war j Westminster Rd., cottage, with Hussia. T believe that as civil- ization advances in Japan, insanity due to the 'Ed., Thos. Taylor's Narrow Escape Mike Peroch, i store, i T. Stubbs, London i Gus. jSTeidig, Round St., 'Rooming House addition, This makes 202 so far in 1909. CARDSTON NOTES (ate yesterday Senator Davis resumed j typhoid, tion of Labor, relating to the build-j the debate on his bill to transfer1 Thc Accord shows that in 1903 ing trades and the brewery, was in-j chartering of railways from 'lvere twenty-six deaths among augnrated today. to the Board of Railway Corn-jmcn ori that section in force which Socialists and Single Taxers show- ed such bitter opposition at a large meeting in Wellington. Xcw Zealand, that thev prevented the carrying of a of compulsory resolution in favor military training. In an explosion on boat at. Onadjoes Key, 20 from Key West, Florida. on Florida East men were killed and 25 ed. look into the Quarter commerce. missioners. i ranged from 3-13 to 4.500. Alien la- Ibor dispelled report of Chief JEn1- rincer Kellirie'r. who declares that Htiaven and would turn it into Hell. pened that was never properly cx-j The address was spoken of in the plained to the He thought that this would givej more time to look into more import-! unt matters. Committees of parlia-1ncither thc G- T- p- r'or any of its j below the belt ami could' not continue Fullerton j very highest terms by those who at- claimed Enid hit him low, an-d thnj tended. referee. Eddie cautioned Eoid. j Fullerton continue t the bout for half i TWO MEN a minute and tlu i wont to his cor- ner and claimed h WMS hit in a spot- ment might then have more time to questions It might of trade and i give a militia i miles committee which should bc'appointed Lending business the j to Jook'into what Coast Railway, three j ting for seven million "dollars "it was badly injur-j spending each year. Ho would like see who were dancing around in contractors ever employed i labor. During- the years .IOQ7 and 3908 the G-. T. materially assist- ed several thousand mrxn in Great i Britain to corno to Canada at a time I when its construction work was com- i pletely demoralized for want of la-' bor. foreign aiuj Marino awa: contest on a foul. led Fullerton th KILLED AT SALT LAKE CITY Eov. T. formerly organist of Wesley Church but now at Frank, had an experience two weeks ago tliat he will not soon forget. He left Pincher Creok in which field he was preaching on that-' day, arid, mon vv.-n: killed and another serious- ly injured today when a large derrick i of Ottawa presented Way or Hopcwcll with a big ing what they give the countrv in re- t rt s _ fancy uniforms, a committee explain- Walter Weilman. i two unsuccessful to reach j the North Pole, left on the Kron jPrinz Wilhclma to make a third trial' for the honor of the discovers Senator Davis would pass this session but move it next session. petition asking for calling of pub-j turn for what was spent on them. he meeting to discuss a publicity scheme for the capital. The idea is to raise S20.000 to boom the city. Cauerht steP-ling from a car n the Adams Express Company's warehouse in Philadelphia. Frederick Seymour, a man employed as brake- man on the Pennsylvania Ry., was shot nnd killed hy detectives. Thc officers were arrested. j CEDAR RAPIDS WINS Boston, Mass., May Rap- did not think Iown" wil1 tr. bo thc j headquarters of thr Grand Division of the Order -.A Eailway Train Con- i ductors. j Although strong were made at today's session of the Grand Di- he RENEW SUBSIDY Melbourne, May Austral- Vision in behalf of Indianapolis for government has agreed on one headquarters, the convention could not be induced to move. No other business was transacted. lan year's renewal of Vancouver subsi- dized mail service. NOTICE TO .CITIZENS The fire alarm system is out of order. Citizens will there- fore give the fire alarm by telephone Xo. 64. Do not use this numb'-r for any other purpose than giving fire alarm. Salt Lake City, Utah, May j knowing the proper crossing a bio's Coulee., got into a hole thrown out of the buggy. _____ ju.seu in j.-ile driving collapsed anci fell i part the harness across the high tension wires of cot- and got up who- has Company. j bsifik. Tn secure his hor? i The of a pile driver jrav-- J way falling- to the ground caryinjr a wire ff 40.000 voltajre which fell upon _________.... Morton W, Whcek-r. assistant opera- of j death Freckel.-on and Andrew Weston. the former sustained a frncfured skull. 'liocl in a few hours and thc latter! the station and him to while the fnime caught D. j He and '.v.ilkr-d a mile west to iJu- bridge and led the animal to Pincher Station whore lie was to preach but the con- gregation had fie bor- rowed a saddle to return to Piricher Creek. He was in water up to his shoulders .-mcl had to leave thc bujr- gy stranded in the creek. escaped with slight injuries. The Winnipeg police have decided that Fahniste, fortune tellers and fakirs 01' like description now oper- ating in Winnipeg must seek pastures FED LOT OF REFUGEES Adana, Asiatic Turkey, May A total of 22.000 refugees were fed in Cardston, May Young and wife have come to Cardston to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. Young was formerly Miss Edna Cook, sister of Mrs.'L. L. Follett. For the last three years Mrs. Young has been living in California. not j M-ssrs. Paterson and Brown have Dob-: purchased a part of the let owned by H. G. Birkett and are building a house on the property. William Rose, of Raymond, is hero his city property to C. D. Fox, ]10 postmaster at Raymond. 1 Amasa France came in on today's train. A very pretty wedding was that in which Miss Hazel Tibbits was mar- ried to Mr. Thomas Walburger yes- terday at the. home of Albert- Hen- derson. Both parties are from Moun- tain View and are well and favorably known in this locality. A telephone brought thc sad message that, the infant of Mrs. Fleming, nee Caldwell, was very ill. The storm just past was not very this city yesterday. Three hundred j damaging to the stock. The ranchers wounded persons, are being cared for1 report- a few calves as having died at the American and other hospitals but the older stock are not hurt ta- in Adana. amount to anything. ;