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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FR1DAY.-MAY 21, 1909. NO. 136. WILL CUT AN HOUR OFF TRIP New C.P.R. Line From Calgary To Leth- bridge Calgary. Alta., May the Canadian Pacific Railway Company is not to be behind in the matter of railroad construction in this pro- vince during the present year is 'evi- dent from statements made to a re- porter by Supt. Price yesterday. Mr. Price was asked what construc- tion the company were carrying on in Alberta this year and he enumer- ated a lengthy list of work now be- ing done. there is the road from Langdon u> he said. "This road will be only forty miles in length but it w.ill tap a very rich, country and will no doubt prove ben- eficial w.butb farmers and the com- pany alike. Then there is the road 35 miles east from Stettler, which will eventually connect with Jaw. Perhaps the biggest piece of work, which will be accomplished this year; in Alberta, however is the comple- tion of. the liiie between Hardisty and Wilkie. This piece, of road 135 miles in length and. when it is fin- ished it will compete the line tween Edmonton and Winnipeg." "J' "Another very 'important piece of construction is that between Kipp and Carmaagay. This is about 40 miles long "and it is the beginning of the. new line between Calgary arid Lethjbridge, which when competed will shorten the present'journey be- considering the tween these two cities by about 35 miles and save-about one hour in the time now taking to travel from one to the other." new road between Macleod and Lethbridge which will come over the big iron bridge now being con- structed at the laiter point should also be completed some time during the present year. It is '32 miles long TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A Y. M. C. A. building will be erected in Toronto. Helen Kellcy Gould was granted a divorce from Frank J. Gould, son of the late Jay Gould. Mrs. Gouti is granted custody of their children for one portion of each year and Mr. Gould is to have .their custody the remaining portion of the year. The buffalo which have been for some time at 151k Park are now all in the corrals at the Lament station ready j'or transportation' to their new stamping grounds on the Battle River.' Nome's gold output this year will be approximately accord- ing to a statement made by Jafet Lindenburg. one of the pioneers of Nome district now in Seattle. The United States government will throw open for settlement on Mon- day the second unit of 14.000 acres of land in Shoshone Irrigation Pro- ject. The first batch of this land, about 10.000 acres, is located near Cody. Wyo., und was opened about a year ago and is now practically filled with settlers. THEY YIELD TO THE PUBLIC OPINION British Government Will Build Four Dreadnoughts WINTER WHEAT IS ALL RIGHT Farmers !n North Find They Were Foolish To Reseed A citizen who has travelled over the country to the north of the reported that conditions are favorable backward spring. Several settlers who resowed their fall wheat have since decided that their iall wheat was all right and that all London, May Asquith, Foreign Secretary Grey and popular opinion, according to the Pall Mall Gazette, have overcome the scruples of the ultra economists in the min- istry and the cabinet has decided that the four contingent Dreadnoughts mentioned in the naval estimates shall be laid dow.n before the end of the financial year. DISTRICT COURT District Court will open here Tuesday, May 25th. Judge H. C. Taylor, of Edmonton, will preside. The following civil cases are on the trial list: Titford vs. Bennett; Convis vs. Webber; Bolokoski vs. Kosnuk; Reb- er vs. Erickson; Soice vs. Zrizer; Dronby -v.s. Bowden; Alberta Hide Co. vs. Frankel; Pantz vs. Ostro. There are no on the criminal list as yet. The only appeal case entered is the real estate license case of Gil- lespie vs. Dobbin. MONGOLIAN FREE St. Johns., Nfld., May The Ailan liner Mongolian, early today freed herself from the ice pack off the entrance to St. Johns harbor, in which she had been imprisoned two days. AUSTRALIA'S OFFER Melbourne, May min- ister Pearce says the Commonwealth government has already cabled the admiralty that Australian destroyers will by placed under its control im- mediately war i.s declar-.'d r when danger threatens tin1 Empire. GRAHAM AND: FIELDING GOING TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS To Europe On Busi- ness For the Govern- ment FOUR CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH j E. D.. Martin has been elected pre- 'sident of the Winnipeg Board of i Trade. i A coroner's jury declares C. Smith ;a well-known Hamilton took his own life. i Wilfrid WaJstenholrne is. going to deliver milk to his customers the j Pass towns in an auto wagon. W. H. Lockhart Gordon, of Toron- jto, is an independent candidate for the Ontario legislature m the East i Victoria bye-election. I At a general meeting of the First I Baptist church. Winnipeg, a resolu- tion was moyed in favor of Baptist I church union. i J. M. Slatten and -I. S. Mclnnes CLOSED SHOP IS A VITAL POINT At Issue [Between the Operators and the Miners Ottawa, May Mr. Ing leaves in a few days for London. to raise a Joan of fifty million dol- WJiiViiiai. ;were arrested vesteruav on suspicion Jars for which authority 01 parha- Of oi bemc; two of the robbers who held obtained just before close j (Special to the Herald.) May Board Conciliation in. the matter of oi the minoo mines ment was of the session. The loan is requir- I ed to meet maturing liabilities. I up the Great Northern mail tram F near Colbert last Saturday night. Hon. Mr. Grahanf is going to the A string of running horses belong- dencc of Ernest' Road, was destroyed by fire tonight, four children perishing in the flames. The mother was upstairs putting them to be'3 when-'H lamp exploded downstairs. The flames spread rap- dly and only the mother and eldest chil-d. a boy of nine, managed to escape by jumping from a window. continent to study the government operation of railways, the knowledge of which he will offer to" the Inter- j colonial management on his return, i i Mr. Templeman is likely going to Nova Scotia to visitt the mining in- dusrtries of that province, before re- I turning to British Columbia. It is understood that Sir Wilfrid i Laurier will spend the summer at Arthabaskaville, his old home. i ing to Hugh iwere shipped Bell, from of Belly River. Macleod vester- day. -billed to Cranbrook, B. C. The animals will be entered in the rac- ing events to.be held at on the 24th of May. STRIKERS GO BACK TO WORK Paris, May. the vote of the builders and masons this after- noon favoring a return, to work, the that wa.s needed was a little time. I federal committee of the General Fed- The ground has been well soaked with moisture .which has soaked right into, the ground and not ran into the hollows. With the sunshine following, the eration of Labor, decided officially to announce the .end of the strike. Paris, May strikers in, Paris made several attempts today to invade the i'actories and buildings where the men' had refused to quit TOO MUCH BASEBALL Sacramento.. Cal., May de- cree of divorce today granted Mrs. Miller H. Upton on the grounds oi failure to provide. The specification to which the wife testified was that most of her hus- band's time was devoted to baseball when he ought to have ben earning a living for her two children and her- self. Meeting Was Encouraging How many here arc Christians asked Evangelist Gale at the opening of the service last night. All but two answered in the affirmative. In consequence of. this the subject was changed, and was same earnest, simple and convincing manner as former subjects. In his discourse the evangelist en- to make it plain that un- less the church members met their responsibility by attending and work- ong in the- interests of the meetings, it could not be. expected that, those outside the church would come. The meeting was one of the brightest and most encouraging the cam- paign. The meeting was thrown open after the address had been given and judging from" the remarks of the large number who spoke it is expected thut the church will be filled tonight. The topic was based on the inci- dent of the. death of Lazarus, when Martha said to her sister. "The Master is come and caJleth for thee." They sent for Him because they felt they needed Him. Just so pastors send for an evangelist when they needed help. The tendency of- ten is for the people to put too ni-uch confidence in evangelists and not depend for everything upon The evangelist urged his audience to "roll away the stone" so that God might be able to work. Great things lost time and the crop will gain in the end. This fine weather will also dry up the road up., and down the hills on the bridge road across the river. It is very important to this city that the settlers be given a good road at all seasons to cross the river to mar- ket their products here. For if the road is bad they will assuredly go to'sonic, of the new towns springing up on the railway lines.. Also the matter of a traffic bridge across the Belly River at or near Diamond City mention of which has been male before should be given careful consideration and the bridge erected as soon as possible. The set- tlers north of the river especially those directly north and east of Dia- mond City certainly dislike the idea of hauling their grain west a couple of miles and then pulling it back east again to get into Lethbridge, which i.s necessary with the present traffic bridge. The people at Diamond City figure on getting a railway ..track in there this summer and on having an ele- vator in time to take care of this season's crop. If they get there it will" hold a lot of grain from the ter- and will make considerable saving j rapid growth will soon make up for the achdce. pftlieir in both, time and distance between 1--1 ---1 these points." In other provinces Mr. Price stated that new lines were being pushed on just as rapidly and that this year should prove a record one in the his- tory for the company for construction work. delivered in' the f mentioned out of Lethbridge. as the. settlers can get-coal and sup- plies at Diamond .City and it would require considerable difference in the prices of grains and merchan- dise in favor of Lethbridge to induce them to make the roundabout trip over the present trafllc bridge into Lethbridge with their loads. This at are always seen rolled away. when the stone is WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, Man., May opened 126 5-8 and closed at 128 1-4. Chicago July opened at 115 3-4 and closed at 116 3-4: Sept. 107 1-2, close log 3-4. Minneapolis July opened at 127 3-4 closing at 116 3-4; Sept. open 109. close 108 3-4. leaders, the strikers are 'beginning to destroy property. A large number of telegraph poles were thrown down last night and a valve in the air re- the subway under the unscrewed Fortunately servoir of Seine was this was else the workmen entering the Cais- son would have been subjected to great danger. WINTER WHEAT O. K. Reports- are that the warm weatbvr is bringing along the winter wheat ill g-od shape. S'une that was considered dead revived, under the warm ?nn. The greater pirt is up two "to three inches standing in regular rows all over .the fields, showing no damage whatever. The spring wheat is reported as .doing splendidly. PERMITS FOR SINGLE DAY AN ASTOR PATENT York, N. Y., May make possible the utilization of peat i dep.osit as' a fuel for power. J Opening Of the Caledonian Club LABOR TROUBLES IN Nearly Twenty Thousand Dollars Value Of New Buildings The building inspector's office was the members of the Western Canada Coal operators' Asoeiation. is still in session today. The Board succeeded in getting the representatives of the miners and of the operators to- gether .to try to effect an agreement without taking any .evidence. These representatives had a meeting this morning and are to report to the Board at'three this afternoon. The main principle in dispute is the clos- ed shop. There are, of course, other matters of detail to be arranged but the real difficulty is over the closed shop. Macleod Alta., May Con- ciliation board appointed under the Lernieux Act met here yesterday morning to arrange, if possible, for an amicable .settlement of the coal strike, .which is at present tying up the coal mines of Alberta. The first meeting, which was cf an informal nature was held at 10 o'clock ibusy total of the ten j in morning and was followed 'by I dwellings for which permits were a joint meeting of the board, opera- Truro, JC. S., May boys. j granted were JHugh Boyd, Bartlett street, residence.............................. drivers and trappers .of the Acedia Max Vogel, Norman street. for some weeks since the Caledon- ian Society purchased "Old Kmox" church on Glyn street the members j have been busy fixing up their club, home- The main body of the build-1 ing has been re-iloored, an artistic metallic ceiling has been added, while the mild light from the frosted Pit of the Drunimond Collieries at Westville, are out on strike and the mine is closed down. They are de- manding an increase of 25 cents a day. It is reported that unless the boys return to work the mine will close down, indefinitely. Several hun- 250 dwelling Adams. dwellings, D. .London Road, I dwelling............... ,-Thomas Homer, Duff Addi- tion, dwelling J_ %JA V f j. j o-iobes plowed over, the gathering oi discovered and remedied, fcu Scotch lads and lasses who came to celebrate the opening oi ;the new hall. In order to gather up any strag- glers of the clans the Pipe Band, in- cluding four pipers, a bass; drum and a kettle drum, marched down, street and back again playing the Scotch music so dear ear of everyone who comes from the land pi the heather. Upon their return the officers entered the platform, headed by Pipe Major Horn. i. .The present officers are as followy J. Kelly; vice-president, J. White: secretary H. L. Brunton treasurer J. Bisset. These and other inembers of committees deserve, much credit for the success of the affair. President Kelly made an address, welcoming the members and visitors present, and in-giving, a his- CROPS LOOK BETTER IN OLD ONTARIO Toronto, May from dif- ferent sections of Ontario indicate that the crops are in better condi- tion than suppossed to be after the long spell of cold weather. The fruit promises to be in abundance. Give Contractor Three Days Calgary, Alta., May a few days, at least, the City Hall ques- tion will be put in the background, and a waiting game between the two parties will be played, but after Tues- day next excitement in plenty will be the probable order of .the day. Yesterday afternoon at one o'clock, Officer Douglas presented Mr. Davey with the three days' notice to re- commence the construction of the building. Mr. Davey had evidently been ox- pecting the document, for on receiv- least is the opinion of a. Lethbridge.] ing it, he smiled confidently and said: citizen who has talked with quite a number of these settlers during the past week. Anglicans After Site For College Saskatoon, Sask., May Newham, head of the Anglican church in this diocese, accompanied -by Arch- deacon Lloyd, have been in the city for the past few days looking over the university site and it is under- "Well they have fired the first shot." The notice is signed by the Mayor and the City Clerk and has the seal of the city attached. Now the waiting game is on. His Worship has-nothing to say. Archi- tect Dodd is silent, while the Sphynx dred men are ernploved in these; mines. Sydney, C. B., May i c f the Scotia Steel and Coal j Co., and the Cumberland Ry, and Coal Co., Spring Hill, have asked for a board of conciliation and their requests have been granted by the department of labor. It remains for the companies to appoint their re- Slartha Johnston, Hodgman street, dwelling 1.000 A LOCAL BUDGET Work has started oo the new opera house on Bompas street. Roy, the eight-monfch-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hopkins, 'is ser- iously ill at the hospital. A. Southard returned, last night prescntatives. FRIGHTENED Tfc DEATH tors and miners at 2.30 in the after- noon. Rev. H. K Grant, of Fernie, B. C., the chairman of the Board made the following statement last night! "Although the board has not yet actually accomplished anything of) we have arrived, at ,a point which may lead- to a settle-1 ment. In-, the meeting this afternoon 'the principles that separated the par- ties were -fully gone into and a. mode outlined by .which an'..' agreement might be. reached." Tonight both, parties are holding, separate meeings to discuss the .mat- ter, and. we're .very hopeful of the outcome. There is a feelr ing being manifested by both parties to do all in their power to settle the difficulty and tomorrow may-see some definite statement made as to when the strike will i from a' trip to Montreal, Boston, 'New York and Bermuda. Dupen Co. have coal in abund-1 The Board: will .meet the repres.en- T _, lance at their mine at Barnes River tatives of'--both sides again this mom- Faroche, -La., May 21.-Adelma Bottom, neai- the Royal Collieries. Hawkins, a negress was literally frightened to death last night by icoulec. js" the powerful search-light of the road down the battleship Mississippi on its way.up the ,The Herald had Dr. McNally out of .the city a few days ahead of -time. I The doctor does not leave until to- "It is the judgment she ex-_jmorrow night hc will be mar_ claimed and fell dead. New Plans For Quebec Bridge ried on June 2. "A resident of the city who was in the municipal council took exception to The Herald article that the plan of having taxes collected at a 'bank was a new idea. He says it was done twenty years or more ago b'y the council of Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. William Prouse and Master Willie, of Ingersoil. ar- mg: .Mr. Little; Canmore-.al-; (though not at the meeting here, stated over the long distance .tele- phone last night that .there was no- thing to keep to an agreement at an early date, now that the Conciliation Board had been acepted. tory of the Lethbridge Caledonian i Ottawa, Out., May Society mentioned its pipe -band, the Bautlet, Mojesjka .and j nved in the city this morning and premier' football team at present on j the commissioners engaged by top of the city league, and a nice club home. Messrs. E. P. Tabriuin and E.O. make their home here. The re- government to prepare plans for the rnainder of the family will follow in Quebec bridge, after several months' i a short time, labor have so far advanced the work j Constable Sterling has laid corn- Disaster On St. Lawrence Slickly followed with a'banjo selec- that the government will be in pos-j plaint with the magistrate against were thrown tioh'and responded to the demand session of complete plans at no dis-, E. j. Carpenter for keeping a Art for an encore. Miss McDonald's Scotch songs were so appreciated that she was encored -the second time. H. L. Brunton sang a comic song. "Have you spent the tw'pence moth- er gave you and as an encore, "Here we come gathering nuts in May.'-' The violin solo by M. J. McMillan was'likewise encored. Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson, Miss Archer and Mr. Johnson sang "Scots Quebec, May report from St Anne des Monts, 25 miles east of Quebec, says that while crossing the river -at that point on. Sunday last a boat was upset and fifteen people the water. Five Arthur De Roy, Philr ippe Simonds, Mrs. LBvasseur, Mrs. j Oeroias and a little daughter, ?'jSTa- poleon Vallancourt. The bodies of u" 7 IWha and when recalled gave 5 a phonograph compared to Mr. ricie' J 3 -WrM-wl ni (Vflia-io T Davey. All these dignitaries were ap- proached last night but. no news as a result. to the governors for a certain plot of land, and at the same time addi- tional land has been purchased ad- joiri'ng, which will give the church a splendid location in close touch with the university. INVESTS IN THIS DISTRICT Thos. Millard, of Holland, Man., has purchased a section of land from the Alberta Securities Co.. Limited, near Wilson. He has already con- tracted for the breaking of the half of it and is going-to'build at once. Mr. Millard was a prominent lumber dealer in Manitoba. HIGH WATER AT THE CAPITAL Ottawa. May water in the Ottawa river a climax today when several of the big indus- trial conclrns at Chaudicre were forced Lo suspend operations. Among the mills shut down are Eddys, Booths and Morse, all of which em- ploy hundreds of hands. NO CIGARETTES IN ILLINOIS TIL, May to- night the House by a vote of 89 to 2 passed a bill prohibiting the manu- facture or sale of cigarettes. tant date. The present piers which j ;Ous dog. The do-g referred to -is the cost a million and a half will be one which bit the constable yester- utilized for the new -bridge, which I day. will have a span, almost as great as j Things, must be progressing with j have been recovered" the 1.800 feet span of the railway j the McKcown Hardware Co., as we j Quebec M 21-Latest news from bridge. The cost is estimated at be-, see that they have blown themselves st Annes dcs Monts gives'the num- tween six and seven million dollars. to a brand new delivery rig and ber of drowned at six. Three ortto The Bonnie Wood of Craigic Then followed a comic song by E. R. Tabrum, "A Hundred by Miss Archer, and "There is only one by Mr. Stickly. But one of the best sections of the evening was the solo, "Jessie's Dream." sung by Mr. Cunningham. As an en- core he gave "Scotland Yet." The "program closed with, music by the pipe band. The program closed with music by the pipe band. While the committee were distribut- ing the refreshments of tea, coffee, sandwiches, cake and Scotch scones. MOTHER'S AWFUL DEED East Hampton, Conn.. May turn out Mrs. Louis Carsten cut throats i of her three children and then hen own this morning at the Carsten j farm two miles from the village. Two j of the children died, and Mrs. Car- j sten and the other child is dying. The j mother is thought to h'ave been in- i horse, which is not only a credit to badies havc been recovered, themselves but to the swell j _, _ {ltd! At Winnipeg sane. DEATH RATE others lamps. were busy Aho'if 11.3 lighting the oil AMONG INDIANS FATHER SENT FOR SON AND THEN SUICIDED New May at once to the Grand Union Hotel. I'm up here and must see you; urgent was tine message Chas. Sexton, insurance broker, gave his son over the plione today. The son May north ap- j hurried to the hotel and on entering proach to the overhead bridge was} the room found his 'father uncon- the scene of a terrible accident last, scious and dying as a result of wouiids j night. Mrs. Gustave Mack with her i baby and little three year old son i were crossing the bridge when they from 6 bullets which he had sent crashing through his open mouth. Death ensued a few hours later. i were run over by a heavy transfer j I team. The horses were running awayjS. A. VETERANS TAKING LANDS and the unfortunate woman with her j Ottawa, May fewer than 654 Albanv X. Y. Mav alarm- I children had no chance lo ow' land grants "have been located by v o f 11 rtf fit A n ii f _ r it ing death rate from tuberculosis ing to the nature of the approach. among the Indians of the reserve tions in this state who number about '_ i The little boy is so badly injured p.m. elec- 5.000. is reported by Dr. Porter, the South African Veterans to date, the locations being as follows: Battle- ford, 58; Calgary, Edmonton. 31; trie lights winked their good night and wont out. But the canny Scots were not left in darkness. Then followed the dance of several numbers and the lads and lasses en- joyed themselves till the "wee.sma' hours or the mornin with the state commissioner, of follow- ing a careful study of conditions by Dr. John B. of New York, a medical expert. 'Unsanitary conditions arc every- that his recovery is impossible and Mrs. Mack's injuries arc serious. Humboldt, 28; Lethbridge, 50; Jaw 177; Prince Albert, 73; Kegina. 8; OPENING OF EXPOSITION Deer, 48; Winnipeg, 2; and York- Seattle, Wash., May ton 15. The -Department of the In- governors, representing the Pacific Coast States and Territories and Bri- where according to the "sh Columbia have accepted invita- report, "and the susceptibility of In- to participate in the opening Scotch dances and the music of the dians to the vices nf civilization has day ceremonies at the Alaska-Yukon- pipers. assisted in their downfall." Pacific Exposition. terior has approved the selection of substitutes. Supt. Primrose, of the R.N'.W.M.P. Macleod, was an arrival in the city last night on the local. ;