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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Le Abridge Daily Herald VohiHie III. Lethbritlge, Alberta. Monday, May Number 137 COMET TAILS NUMBER TWO One Observed In East And Another In the West CANT TIIK Searching i'or DnnviHMl in Lake Helen Port Arthur, Out., May more days of searching in ihe "waters of Lake IJek-u, near Nipigon for the bodies of the six men supposed to have been drowned theve last Wednes- day have been without result. Pass-, jciigers on the midnight train from j Mipigoa, state that dynamite was he- AMBASSADOR BRYCE TO RETIRE British Representative Washington Can't Stand the Strain T T T V -r -r- FRED STORK ELECTED Prince Rupert, 13. C.. May Stork, a prominent Liberal and a former mayor of Fernie, was elected mayor of Prince Kupert Thursday. His majority was llti. opponent was William Aisw- son, Conservative member for Hkeena. The Stork ticket was elected practically solid. -i- -r -t- 4- cvjint't was clearly vhiole jug used. It is reported that Washington, May cloud banks for a_ lew 1 names of four men from construction information from London received j last evening, a short, while I camps believed to have bcen with this afternoon states that Am-j sun weiti down. Thc uoad Grant and McGillvruy when thc can- I James Brycc of Great Bri-' e.xtremely iitrye in the glow oe upset were, Harry Sewin, J. Spun- iain has written to the foreign office 01 tne setiius sun but the tail wus j oe.r, John Campbell and Gc-orge Blan- asking that he be relieved from fur- ther duty as ambassador at Washing- ion as soon as possible. Mr. Brycc ible in the States and thej JANE SHORE LOOKS GOOD 1'adfk coast before tin: eomei J Toronto. .May tiie oiiei ami it" viriine here, iluj cornel, tail j the Ontario Joe-key Club racf- ami all, should be- very distinctly toeu j onjv away, the Senyrat l wnile :.iie moon is overshadowed. A j peters were jriven a fun I hiu family Uiscernable. Thore i.s i.n j chard. ui ihc'.mouu'ihis evening, SIFTON TO BE CALLED ON GOSSIP FROM CANADIAN CAPITAL Mr. Oliver Leaving for West-Movement Of Minister Ottawa, May Wilfrid Laur- ier and Lady Laurier the week- end at Uroekviilc, thc guests of Mrs. MR. CROSS IS NOW ON STAND GIRL FACES SERIOUS CHAKGE Jiiamcd If or Death of rrominent SI. Tan I Stock Broker St. Paul, May police this j morning filed a charge of maoslaugh- tor against Miss Theodore Stark, of ;_ Minneapolis, an eighteen year old girl j who drove an automobile which ran Attorney General tells writing to close friends, intimates j that he has been affected by the death j of King Edward, and believing that j the stiain of work under thc new j 1 regime will tell on him, he would down and killed Stuart R. Shotwcll, a St. Paul copper stock broker, last j night. Miss Stark spent the night in Ramsay County jail, bail being re- fused. L. Pugh, Winnipeg Manager of i the Peavy Grain Co., and his moth- i What He Knows About Deal Corre- er were in the automobile when Shot- well was killed. (From the Herald's Own spondent.) j Edmonton, May jeral Cross took ihe stand before tho ;Koyal Commission this morning, be- G. T. Fulford. They will return on Monday or Tuesday night. Shortly after Sir Wilfrid will proccc-d to Tor- DROWNED AT EMERSON onto and spend several days. Emerson. Man, iiay --o.-.MIss Cammed b> Mi. L. W.al.h. Hon. Chas. Murpliy, secretary oi Kobinson, oi Winnipeg was said tnat although tlie iirm. of state, Thos. Muivcy, under secretary and C. H. Parmalcc, King's printer, have been spending a few days in Washington, inspecting the United number of local havo rtjir iu tiie eastern j sky in the since the JSth! hist, when ji was io :uive i between tlie earth sun anil into the eveuing sky. .M. (.'antiibel! states that it was eU oiu to iiiin early on iiatunlay morn- by ihe conductor on the train upon whicii he. was travelling to Meii- Ihn. declare work oi Joseph Son- i likc lo. havc a successor named. At 1-Jdmoiuon, .May Is semi-oiJicially reported here that Chief Justice Sifton will be called ujjio to form a new 4. j States Printing bureau with the idea heart disease irom over exertion from her uncle's house and a Bigpar and Cross drew up 'lie c-d search resulted in her remains be- charier ror Ihe railroad it ing found in the river tonight. Jt is supposed tiiai she had an attack or 's Jane Shore being a feature. J j the British Embassy it is stated that i 'The ambassador has sav." government this week, the members of the present gov- nothing to 4. ernrnent resigning. Ml ATE" LA It HAD A NARROW ESCAPE sd Into Water With Burning Clothes and Saved His Life j SUICIDE AT ESTEVAN Kstevan, Sa.sk., May Veruon Kein. alias Arthur Huglin of Rimless, >i. j of getting pointers which will be of j trying to li i value in connection with the propos-' the river, ed changes iu thc Ottawa printing bureau. I The act passed last session to amend the criminal code by making stealing of ore a criminal offence was j on Saturday proclaimed as in force j in thc provinces of Ontario and Que- j launch a boat aud fell into Memorial Service ft Held There On Fri- day Last tory, .uoviiit u lisoiz. tiiai. K.-Ul.iy observations j tlsat. ;he comet has pass-' HiiiT to be used in the formation 61 company. He said he had rnown 'J. Cornwall ever since he came :o both 'having 'come at (about UIP same time. The wr'irss 'told of rde .McUougall. .Mori-is, FauJk- :ner, Hawes and Cornwall on met rhe cabinet in the -ic- mier's ottice in l'J07 in regard '.o the i construction of a railroad to the far north country. His testimony as to iwrat took place practically the ;sanv? as that given by Premier Hu- Liicrford. .Mr. Cross said he ki-ew of ihe agreement between Mr. and the Athabasca Synsli- !c-itc by which Cornwall was to ?ct Pincucr Creek, Mav keeping 7. in stock tor cumins: ever Iris ith ihe solemnity oi the day set. jhis illness and is back at his depart- apart Ior lhc {uncral Oj King Edward !asftfrs the railway uiUl 'ment. His house here has been for wflQ trjinsartwl here to.'u OUL in the present lion. He said he took no part in the attempt to get aid from the Domir.- or .1 I n UI fflC Lat6 KlHg served--Rain Nearly Every Day W.NN.PEG GRA.N MARKETS has .May opened S3 j sale for months, owing, it is said, to {spcak o[ CQ Friday 3-S: closed. 92 1-S; July opened 93 7-S, the fact that his family is small and .u 10 a m. solcmn funeral ser- closed 3-4; October 00 1-2. closed that most of the year they reside at j vice was held in St Michel's R C. 'icm government for the enterprise and reiiuirlng removal to thej SI) 1-S bid: Cash closed 1 Xor. 92 St. Hilaire, Que. In place of keep- j tllc interior of that edif.ce he- Nor- s7 2 white j ing up two houses he will occupy ;jng draped in mourning. In the hospital. tirp department scut- i 2 ?0 At this pf'iui. obiaining permiojion reveal what took place at the tab- i oais o'.': :i barley 44, flax 1.7K bid. I apartments.. i ing an equally solemn benediction of meetings, .explaining that I thc sacrament took place, in take au oath not to di AUTO OWNERS SONS OF ENGLAND jHEAYY RAINS course of which the hymn Veiii Cre- GO TO COURT! ATTEND CHURCH SOUTH OF rhe-v say at suca times. Ho said inwoducefl to him and he had seen Uowen, Cori- 1 and wgether -ds. 1 later Bowen iniroducpcl Clarke tne witr.ess in the oliice of the Wt'Sf. itosrr.iphs." Professor lliissey. "indicatod t.wo tails, one a shun, tiriuiii superimposed .1 iiirfiiTK.-t ajtpeiKiaije. away from the "'in viot- oi rcyort.s thai mi is low ia the west A number of the leading people in and L. I. S. .i. and the Ta'm-r Airs. Vickc-.-y sang, -My and I athcr. j lhc havc bccn summoned to ap- While I and Mrs. C. pear in the city police court on .saiiK. j ncsday morning for various infrac- Thr ronsivgalion ami choir the lions of thc cily by-law (i hi-autiitil hymns, "Hock of A5 oihvr in flr.i: tiio bavins liic it rs is iu-iu-oon rricso rwo rhrfiiprJi one and (ic.id. Our Help it Ages j I'a st." Thc speakers were Messrs. 1'rouse, Van Orman. and Rev J. R. governing automobiles. Among those who have j i i summonses are Alderman C. 1 It i B. Dowman, Alderman George M. i Strong Mr. Perry To Big Congregation ator was sung to implore the blessing i of on the new reign. Each of these- services was largely attended. I Thc public memorial service in Hin- ton's hall in thc afternoon, was pre- ceded by the tolling of the Anglican rhs railroad tn- and Catholic church bells. Thc mem- speciallv mpntioncd. j Win. Symonds, who has bccn in j hers of the I.O.O.F. and K. of P. i Shortly thereafter .Mr. Said j charge of erecting a telephone line for j marched in a hotly to the service, fol- outlined his railroad jil.ins the A.R. I. Co., from Raley to lowed later by the fire brigade general way io himself and ouier Woolforci and on to thc headgatcs of form, thc last to enter being squad- niombers of cabinet, individually, tlie irrigation canal on thc St. j ron "D" of the 23rti Rangers. hut tlie witness had not yet learned Mary's river, is back in the city. 'He It would'almost appear that every-, that the Kansas City man had obtain- says that heavy rains have bcen present felt a personal loss in led control of the Athabasca charter a strong and eloquunt scr- ing all through the Cardston, Ralcy i the death of our late King, so unmis-: or was seeking government aid. that Rev. T. P. Perry, 'and Spring Coulee districts, and that Uakably gem.ino were thc manifctla-i -Mr. Walsh asked the witness how in California. Wilson, Cai., May 23. between the star I'oluv ia cousis-llation of fiO.mioriuiii ami star rro-.-yon in i-onsf-eHation of little ami both Uif (fontiniifd on page and Hatch is that of failing WIM.HK15K; is tiic City Viriorin Bay ui-aci1 nfUoiiij the nations, and fan thai hf worker! so llu-'ir horns reasonably re- ami sii sunvsssfislly in Uu- .id o quired to do so, and is brought by mi'iu of his ambitions that >r. name the'police for thc purpose of testing will dovai to po; ,'dty as the by-law. K'tiw.irri tin' P.-ai-iimaker. The liogers-Cutiniiigham Lumber Hishop Van Cirman was next ate charged to man After ex-j L. p sp.'ak-cr !iis rcm. i'.s with'play tin- n.-qi.ire.'l lights nl night; Ur. the historic setting of TCIHV f.if! Allies ivriii ril v: o; a subject C. Simmons, ..1. Bell, C. C. opened it :hat ;he meeting in Dead .Alberta Calgary, was called. s- i Mr. Cross said he did not call it. He .'cird believed .Mr. Cornwall was in the city society occupied the front ecu-j to a bumper harvest. music filled the hall, played in ex-; at the lime. The meeting was held ire pews, and thc congregation corn-, A heavy storm lasted all last. fashion, flic congregation, num the room oi' ihe witness and ie plrtely filled thc church. Thursday morning. The afternoon i boring about four hundred people, presumed it was for the purpose ot Thc sermon was "A Question of' was warm and bright and was fol- s'oorl until the final notes' (Continued on page and was based on the wo.-iis i lowed by heavy showers that fell all.01" 1'1C satl refrain had died away.________________ in 1 son day Friday. fi, of Diamond City the trict. who is in the city says dis- the Rev. W. S. -James, of thc Anglican church, assisted by Rev. R. K. Fin- a rri lay, of the Methodist, ami Kev. Cali.raiih for fajlin- to display his tr'xt. lhe prcadu-r proceeded lo I-rain in his neighborhood is' looking W' of Presbyterian number as A. Southard, willcr of the question good and there is ample moisture jn conducted the service con- the the soil to carry it through until the -Mr. James preached the ser- of soiisliin. He tirst discussed pay a sad oc- Swanson. and Peck Bros arc charged in the. family. It is a nio-J .June rains. to 'with havin- failed to take out liccns- i lhin5 a man to he lioinj The Dowslcv-McMillan Land -i-f are in.- I'lg doings ir; lo-snur-.ow in i-onni-ciion tin; with nad pioiiscii (k.nl ;i> spiicri's of ilmy. spe; iri glowinj; terms to ly s-njoyr-d fjy n'iixcns sharies douc set. :lic here 01 a council of of opinion rfligious o> Columbus. Thc in- under lav: of Uu> dead j la'hc plarc in the monarch to us ilic "i.oodiment v. .nrh'.iusr Messrs. and and j (Ju-.nn. Ford street, which is Rev. J. r-J. Munro was ihe rlcarca Ui accomrnf'iSati.1 ilic Knights.; speaker and ins adores :1 Thc will cotnmence at S-30 ahlc.ind Ira r net! one, 1 hr> in iho titimiius; and last ;ill day, wind sairi JU'K purpose would 'n use witJi a lianqiiet in thc Caic- hhw great trie office of K.I.-- o liatl at S.3n in thc cvcninp. Britain anil Ireland wac ;ind into the world from the point of but more so for the wtiom it. cs. i.f-liL-r Co-, Harry Lewis, George McLcoiI, vicw" ot s'-'i-'iflv, charged with failing to sounn of llimst'lf- Tllc Pre.it h- ad their horns when they should have cr spokc of ;hc relations, traditions, conditions SUGGESTS JUNE 28 London. .May ?resis .liitie i'S. thc late Queon Vic- iciria's corDiiatJon day. ;is snirnble for Die colebrntion of Kmjiirc Pay. row PONIES FOK ALKKKTA-KANCH Cow ks 1 Mules licaclics Portal North Portal, Sask., May 21. last i very r show types of life to which people were _______________ horn. Thc responsibility of having a j good start is heavy, God and rt.rvn 1 AT1 'demanding that a man live, up to it. I lUll Ui 'The man who has not thc advantage: of 3 good start and is at birth by bad parentage, education, conditions and base ideals, must put up ,1 desperate fight to overcome the MILLER BILL Tii-- ever la-; how! Lotion May 23.-Rrdmonitcs and Taking the S.O.K. maxim, j Toronto. May 21.-Manager George Irf7or, "Fraternity tsot thc preach-: of the Great North-west- 0-nrirnitrs hnth held meetings ,r lhal U.c highest, broth-' ern Company, was sum- n l j ._ .___ 41. i A _ _ which is the. third Tos. Ryan, Council V. J. lirr- r.Cr.K., Calcarv S. n exreniion of where boss and linr I ho pri.sonrr roul have a f-iir irial. All -lie privileges by the the. of free, anil .lemanrl ami m the nation's life, who is a son WOc'K and 1'1C oi 'ncr highest ideals nnd best'achieve-i WCTe papers to tlie vng ;0 a of foity or over, at ariirnal had work one which ago many of thorn killed oE ipixl froni in bull fights. Mr. O. D. of thc U. S. Cus- of iho nnd -T. M. Ciilmoi.r, of A couple of through sleepers from the Knights from thai to Leihbridro to-nicht. IVike o[ C'.iniiierlnnd will i he Kaiser end thoir ililToronco. ronsliluiion Kin.c rklwarfi had whon tll< to protect, an' faithfullly ;rlic floor- done so. i Uii The .service, whirh -.-s attended by ;ho 100 pc-ople. rinsed virh thc [March in hy thf Mnd. noi j Alex Bffk has appointed ai snow s; 5onir j of the Peace In and tot lhc or province of Koc-kios. WANTED TO 3LOV UP..............u DENVER'S POLITICAL BOSS F'lasl Adelnirle xvhnn- bred May ma-' le o? hall' .'lox.on of in a W.IP left on mrms and noi a sou of the nation's! Thc Penally for the offence is pine-! Montreal arrived here dead. Ar.other Thomas political weakness. j od at Hne, or a year's impris- al camc from Kentucky, how- loms, ncoompani'M the shipment from allcueil Of: The final point was that of the. both, fnt'ormation was hn'] a hotter fate, and reacli-'-d Paso on the Mexican houndary. By ant. ;i eontrivancp the: ship includes thc inspector Kennedy, in hungry. the Canariinn rusioms regulations, fii- V.IK to oxplodo; ers. The man is truest to his fam- thc Department; alter con-1 of sultation with Crown Attorney Cor-jROYAL CHILD DID t0 lLT- i NOT LIVE LONG which moans that on eaclTponv ann I .__ suit rase liftnl from: ilr nnd lii.t nation who is a son Denison w.t.< fJorl, true to (he relationships poljro. enrried which ho is ont.itled as such. ty dollars is minimum valuation on horses or mules entering Canada, no olnp to The sermon was a strong appeal (o noblest and truest in man, and was followed with the closest will ivplaoo- the c. r. in The pulpit was rlrapetl with the mule a duty oi twelve dollar1; anu f.iiy vents will be collected. At (he j The G.X.W. has hccn very careful in ---Tho fourth child the matter of tunning up against lhc ot Qn0ftn Victnrirt nm1 Militrr Rill, having refused to instal instruments, not only at thc Wood- hinc, but even in Ihe vicinity, as this j'1'1'0'' aooonrrmcnt biilleiin is- lonp transportation charges, coV pon- nstal loda-v- hm Tilr i11fnnt present high price Of horses, Mr. Day ood- (Uotl willlin ;l niintKcs. Shorrly states that, in apitn of thc duty and ner'-.vn .Ifti-k and thc musical service mi-ht intcrP-r'-'-cd as cQ-Qperalion h-v 1ilP of the quren. ies an: rfjeaprst was appropriate. with lllp betting fraternity. sayinp condition was satisfactory. purchase. h rancc; ;