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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta iv bridsre. Alta.. Tuesday, May 'Sir W.-S. Gilbert Meets a Tragic Death at His English Home London. May W. S. Gilbert, the noted dramatic author and Lib- retist; in .collaboration with Sullivan wrote the famous Cavity Operas, including "H. M. S. and ihe and was knighted in by King met a tra- gic cu'ath today. He spent the mooi- 'iiifT MI London and returning to his resiik'i'CT at I'o.rro, to the lake s trroiinds to enjoy a swim. He, in ami ;vas a loiig time incom- o the- surface. the friends had ac'juriioar.ied him to the lake observed he ij1. difficulty and e', ru-rsiinp, tiu'v rushed off for help and .Sir William SHU it again. The ser- vants caiue a.s quickly as possible to the s'.-cne. but Avhcn the body was re- ci'.ve red life was extiuct. INDIANS AWARDED DOLLARS Major VV. R. Lang, Toronto. Adjutant of the dismounted troops to the Coronation in hi ing 4> ARCHDEACON GIVES UP RICH POSITION May deacon Sinclair has resigned the archdeaconey of London, worth yearly v.-ith a re- sidence, has accepted the small rectory of Shermanbury and will get an income of SH40.. Petition Shows What Far- mers on Weyburn Branch are Doing Secretary J. L. Man waring received; the fourth petition from the farmers' along the route of the Letbbridge-' i vv'ey.burn branch of. the C. P. R. this 1 morning from .T. 0. Musson, Section! ;2o-7-17, ;ibout fifty miles south-east of! iLethbridge. The petition is accompan- ied by a letter in which Mr. Musson 'states that he himself will have about bushels of grain on his own 'farm this year and is at a loss to know ;now he is going to market it. There 'are two bad couiees to cross before ATay The Mille Lac baad of Chippewa of Minnesota were verdict again- st tiie' government for nearly by the court of claims for timber land which they claimed was wrongfully taken from them and thrown open to settlers. The govern- ment will appeal 10 tlie su- preme court. i Structure for the New Ex- hibition to Seat Five Thousand they can reach the nearest railway station, Taber, from that district, andi Calgary. May was receiv- the farmers are getting very anxious ed Of the death cx-jlayor R. R- cided that- it was practically impps- to nave better transportation faciii- .jamjesoR at the coast this morning, j sible at this late date to build a ties provided. There are already heaitj, broke down and he was steel structure as had been previously acres broken and under to the coast about a month ago 'mentioned. Several different plans President Eckstonn ar.d the mem- bers of the Building Committee of the Agricultural Society took a trip out to the fair grounds yesterday at- j ternooii to look over the work that Hon. H. J. Palmer, the new Premier; is being done there, and on thwir re-j of Prince Edward island turn met with the .Mayor and to complete plans for the building which must be done before the iair in August. One of the items under discussion at, the meeting was the building of a grand stand. This must be completed in time for the iair, but it was de- SURVEYORS AROUND SWEET VALLEY FORTUNE FOR A BARRIE GIRL SKe Nursed a Wealthy in His Will Barrie, May Barrie iner says: Not many numbered among the of Barrie Collegiate Institute, but is one, at least, and that is Miss or Peregrine, who has been left fortune variously placed at from UUO to as a reward for her faithful attention. to doty, Min 'Peregrine was a student at ttoe Collegiate about fifteen, Si-; Sehweuck Gilbert, the i prcai drama list, was born in l.cti'-ion in lS3tf. Mis first play. "Dul-j produced in 1866 and i in .188-' iUid 1573 he published the i hunioroiis "Bab Ballads.'' Two; whimsical plays, '-The Palace oi ''Tin' Vv'ickcd In 1870 and 1873 respective-! .Iy. Mis ciimedics and prose plays in- j clv.ilc "i'yiimalion" an.ci I'.'Brokcn "Tom "The district from which the petition -oieomes and about 7000 more are being broken this year, so that, they expect to raise over bushels next year at least. From the tone of the letters accom- panying the other petitions that have already been received this state of affairs is prevalent all through the The Herald's Sweet Valley correspondent reports: A gang of surveyors are making a permanent survey through, here from Calgary to Medi- cine Hat. We hope to have a railroad in a year or so. suffering'from nervous prostration and WCre submiued and from these that; he. was also a victim of hallucinations o[ E. E. Carver was accented. The I and it was scarcely expected that he stand, according to the plans, will j would recover his health. He had been, a seating capacity oi j sinking gradually for some days past, j which will be one oi the largest grand He was mayor of Calgary in 1909 j stands in the West. A feature that is j and 1910, filling the office most ac- j not often seen in the stands of the cep tablv. He was born in West-over, fair "-rounds of Western Canada will A3KS REPRESENTATIVES. TO PRESENT AT THE CORONA- T10N CEREMONIES- ,area traversed by the proposed linelOnt., in and in the age oi 17 the forty private boxes with which land no doubt it will be brought very; years Joined the Canadian Pacific rail the new structure will be equipped. Irorcihly to the notice of tbe C. P- R-jway service as telegraph operator. whole building will be [expert who is now looking over advance was steady, and at be a very comfortable place.; BE {situation. The C. P. R. have opau-d Q[ }lis retirement from the rail-; from whjch to watch the proceedings j the question once more and. if the way ser-vice in he was general i at the grounds. a i stand there will Underneath the, j be a public dining to rushmg the London. May called wu-h the coronation besin .week: wh'ich will -be a very busv onejlioEL llFog- socially. The Kins and Queen. Prince j gcr'y's "Comedy aad -Trae-'of Wales. Duke and Duchess of Con- i REAL ESTATE "HVaminfs-harfie and -The .Fairv's Dilemma-" In _ proper to superintendent. He entered on ion the auttoriues there ib uo business career jn Calgary aad was j room and kitchen, and also a against Peru Is jrowinff. festivitiesitbat tbey [Coming here from Aurora, land her family were acquainted Principal Redditt At school clever student, and w.hen she to discontinue her school eoune I find take up nursing it was a dls- appointment to teachers. Met Hl-m at Roosevelt Entering: Roosevelt hospital. [York, it. fell to her lot to, watt upon Waiter Duryea, son of a starch manufacturer, -who had 'been. rendered a" helpless Invalid through, an i accident. Tnrelve years ago, -when [diving into shallow water, ht hroke 1 Ilf i 'nis neck and paralysed hia AWAY 'tood7- So wel1 dld MiBS dls" cured her as his permanent nurse SB soon as she graduated- For four years nursed him, and for the last seven wears had been his private secretary [and hafl charge of his and magnlricer.c home- at Mount iQuique, Chili. May antag- New Jersey. PERU'S CONSUL TO BE ESCORTED BY FEELING EXISTS MAN STARTS A LiBEL SUJ i M c. Maddock. Lunn and other .operatic sins- to be followed by the famous 'The King has paid an unprecedented uonor to the labor movement by a "Princess "The invitation "to the repre- "The Yeo- 'sentaUves cf trades unions to attanS) man of the "The coronation ceremony. l and "The G-rand Duke." Besides these, he wrote to the music of other composers, "The and "His Excel- lency." His humor in these libret- tos was delightfully irresponsible, ar.d secured much of its effect by a mock" serious treatment of the 'most incongruous situations. Besides this his ability as a-versifier was unsur- passed, and his writing; of lyrics were marked by the greatest care atul a very graceful fancy. "Original'Plays" were publish- ed in .collected form in 1886-05, and "Original Comic Operas'7 in 1S90. He was in 1907.. engaged in against what it. claims .the undue advertising of' subdivision of Winnipeg and the smaller western icuies. J. J. YOUNG GETS DIVORCE IN U. S. MYSTERY IN CASE POLICE SAY WELL KNOWN CALGARY MAN IS GRANTED HiS WIFE yiUKlrf AERONAUTS DROP TO THE SERVICE OUT OF THE SKY leaves a wife, two daughters and two sons: The yesterday re- lavatories. Tenders will be called and placed Peruvian interests largely interested in real estate. He tors' lunch room, a lunch counter and ;.Peruvian consul who Expression of Gratitude After a number ef large charities and relatives, up to Friday, June 9th. The grounds' committee was structed to proceed to get the jin the hands of the American .consul (js, made the residuary legatee, aa. io- on account of an attack _imule -byy-a {expression of 'grartftude, to mr race lOnlJian mob against an course into.-condition as quickly as jreat and 'the j' passed the night in of the PeTavian flag-, Calgary, May Topsfield. Mass., May bal- loon as a means of .conveyance to jcnurch was utilized today by Charles J. J. Young, Glidden and j j Van valkenburg town. an cured a divorce from his wife in'the Superior Court at Spokane, Wash, jearly morning ascension, promising The Spokane Spokesman-Review last friends to land near a church and st- Friday contained the following tend services. count of the proceedings j After before a west wind for Few men leave a divorced wife asjan a two church soires IN A TERRIBLE FIT OF ANGER NE- BRASKA MAN TAKES MANY LIVES AN-D THEN SUICIDES City. Neb., May Fielder, a farm hand employed by J. X. McVittie, living seven miles east of this place, angered because Mc- Vittie offered his attentions to his1 daugnter, today killed MvVittie and Ms vvife and two children, dangerous- ly wounded a third child, fatally shot sSueriff Claude Fuller, who attempted to.secure his arrest and then killed himself. Although Sheriff Fuller was still alive tonight physicians say he cannot recover. ilmll best fair ever Lethbridge. this Work held in the city of Early todayv iceeded to the i'ljrch re- thc there is still a amount of work to be done on portion of the new grounds. stated thg will be actively pushed so as to have to feeep Mm the whole -of the exhibition grounds congui went: aiboard a in the best possible shape for tbe protected by the Chilian authorities] amid hostile mobs. The Chilian arm- TRAVEULSTR cut ATTOfcPTS iJJjtV litans Co., Hamil- a inzur In TO CAN THE ALFALFA ROOT OREGON FARMER BELIEVES IT WILL BE A TABLE DELICACY Portland, Ore., May now 'has reached such a stage of de- ored cruiser Emerald today landed armed sailors to co-operate with the troops in keeping order HALF MILLION SPglNGHILL COAL STRIKE AT LAST VIC- TORY FOR OPERATORS Halifax, N. S., May bitterly much property as did John J. Young jwere noted, balloon was brought j according to his testimony in Judge1 TURNED TURTLE TWICE IT INJURED Superior, Vvis., ilay velopraent that it can be used for strike in the Springhill coal mestic least tbe roots'mine was ended this afternoon when !of it: can. C. F. Waters, an men adopted the report of the ling farmer residing near Spray, result is jnas completed "experiments that con-jtnat tnere js to be no recognition ot jvince him that the roots of the ordin- tne United Mine Workers, that the jary commercial alfalfa plant can be docking system will continue and that so that'they'will iocaj cutters go back at 10 per edi'ble as well as highly nourishing and cent }ess than thev received palatable. j 'before the strike. .He has arranged to construct a! SO.-Tearing large building for canning alfalfa roots! The board reuised to sa-vl known what caused Mm to his life, though he had dency over someting. TWO MEN DROWNED Pordwick, May Refcrf A, D. Kranick, .botn wtfl kmjwn, -wwe arowned toere horse and wagon thesr toferfng broke through a bridge into the rirav STORAGE PLANT London, May -Fire early morning badly gutted the upper itfoty: of the London Cold Storage Coaa- pany. 'A considerable egcs, fish and lamb is as ie- stroyed. The loss to the plant was well covered by insurance. NOT IN RACE SAYS BRYAN Llf Jlii l-Jiiii'Jii in j j I Kenan's denartnffni. of h' alon- at a s-Deed of 30 an expects to offer his product to the hurch f Ts- Superior Court yesterday. Young i Methodist. Epir-copal church of Tops- trie Northwestern Limited passenger ASSAULT CASE HAS POLICE AR! SOLVE The aeronauts waited uncil the (train FEATURES testified that he had Mi to his wife f _ j i Calgary, and another witness cesti- ccngregauon rhe paaior in ,er Chicago jumped tbe tracks trade within the present year. Waters declares that by proper and then joined few from tlie west side sta'jtreatment, the clever housewife can jtion, the engine turning turtle twice j convert canned alfalfa roots into "If you have .tears, prepare to shed Quest of another of his ilk, a pedlar 'wno hails from Winnipeg aud makes a specialty of fine clothes for the lad- les of the underworld. Latin7 is the name cf the Winnipeg gentleman f fied that she was ratod as the wealth mon referred _to the 1_ i chat fl_ The maji car waa f dishes whlch can that the United Mine oushtJTEbLS REPORTERS HE IS NOT A to be recognised. It refused to re- commend -an increase in wages or to comDei tbe company to adopt a fixed schedule aa to prices. The men re- CANDIDATE FOR THE PRESIDENCY Washington, May J, iected the report of the Longly, board during a brief stay to iest woman in that city. ;me congregation had dropped into the1; them now." There was a full grown I Tbc husband told that- his wife the skies- Sobb at the police court .this morning. J cused jlim imjustly of paving attcn-[ BQ ambled hi last night about in; tions to otllcr womcn and that he; was unable to stand it longer and j together since 1885. When he left her j he gave her the property spoken of j whose "native home is somewhere in and retained a comfortable amount j far off Assyria. He was returning tor himself. The decree was granted. I from a business jaunt in the west end I of the city when he was set upon by' two oilier Syrians with a special grudge to revenge, r.nd in the scrap followed Latiff was severely mauled, one of his digits being nearly amputated. He escaped from the toils and rushed .to the police station, fol- lowed closely by the two highwaymen j __ as he claim's, they were promptly( arrested and placed :he forj London, May the ciose of the night. T'cis morning Sobb was dis-t an address to the university dons missed as there was no evidence! undergraduates at Cambridge to- j W l i ismashed to pieces, pinning two mailjbe either as a vegetable or asU conciliation and struck to enforce tonight, held a with BERNARD SHAW MOCKS RELIGION MESS LIMITS ARE ABOLISHED i _______ Ottawa, .May railway ex- j press companies filed their new tariffs ;with the railway commission in re-; i spouse to the order issued some time; 'ago. Judge Alabee states the new; ;rates have not yeer, considej-ed. It is they will show considerable the old rates. The the board abolishing the de- iliverv limits in goes into effect j clerks underneath the mass of wreck-jdessert_ fage. The passengers, horror ;struggled "vith each other to get out! jof t.he cars. For some time the air (was filled with flying bodies of men 'and women leaping from the windows the passenger coaches. Several of ;tne passengers were injured in strik- ing the ground. The mail clerks were i seriously, though it is believed not fa- injured. Fireman Loads s.nd Bn- igineer Fredericks stuck to their posfsj DRIVING OUT THE ROYALISTS pita! her it is expected Loads Bath men are in the hos- in a critical condition. It it not believed any of the passengers were killed or fatally inj-.'.red. T% f T D FOREST against him oc the assault charge on ,.Tht, of Religionr' in DEATH OF MRS. BISHOP ferred, but his pal. Madifor, is stili in custody on the assault charge. The case lasted for about hours when it was remanded til! tomorrow to allow J-atiff TO secure counsel. There which he urged the necessity of dis- pensing with legends and eastern iw M 111 W. -Was Wife of Newfoundland Shdnr.rne. X. S., May 30.-Fifteen i Attending Imoeria! Cor.ferencs i houses have been destroyed and many May Bishop. Vife! People arc homeless, as a result of I their demands for an increase in Burton Harriton, of land for the removal of what they Representative Hami! of kere grievances. They now return {New _ Jersey and about twenty other (without the removal of'the grievances, j Politicians. The participants in j without recoCTition of their union not discuss itf pnr- iat 10 per cent, less wages for cutters. Some 1.200 men have In in interview, Mr. Bryan, on-being on strike for 22 months and the the rumors that he might to the miners is estimated at the next democratic nominee for .president, "I am not a candl- [date, and will not 'be; leave me out of jit." He refused tc express any choice Woodrow WiJson and Champ Ciark or to confirm a report of his opposition to Governor Harmon of MiwrT BEST Lisbon.- May to Lis- bon newspapers a serious plot has benn discovered at Ponte DC Lima on the northern frontier. A large number of conspirators furnished with arms by a rich Portuguese hold that very strategic point, ready to march at the first signal from monarchists who ha'.c taken refuge in Spain. of the plot and despatched the third j There is now only one more day and infantn, which dispersed the con-j that- a holiday, before the end of the spirators who fled to the mountains, j present May deal. The operations of The gun boats Rio Lima and L-idador j the present bull clique, supposed to Chicago, May wheat the Board of Trade today sold A SUDDEN DEATH I Feterboro, May wife of ex- on'.Mayor T. H. G. Denne died suddenly at ifrom heart trouble 43. hrpakfast.ecl with t'oe She had APPOINTED POLICE MAGISTRATE London, May C. Judd, who has been acting police magistrate proceeded up the river Minho which i led by A. J. Lichstern have for London, has been appointed xVUUVii. LJIOIIWU. j i --i- j i ij! lion. R. K" Bishop, Newfoundlariff.! forest fires, which are today raging forms a line along tno irontzer to, some tiirrc caused ir.uah comment.and jmanenMy. A condition attached uncontrolled Through Shclbnrne Conn-j flash searchlights alone; the banks, j have led the officials of the board of .r.he appointment is that the new mac- an operation! Uy, The started near Clyde River i making it impossible for the royal-j trade to take drastic measures to de- jistrate cannot practice-law. Mr. Judd has already burned hundreds of j ists at Tuy and othsr points to cross JMorris' cabinet. J acres ol valuable timber lands. over, faith. Bernard Shaw made a sensa- tional reply to a questioner by de- the case 'the! claring that Christ, failure and attending the are or the of which is i that, any man who believed that !died at Brighton after _ t expected to throw some light, on the! Christ was the highest possible be- j.Mr. Bishop is a minister of Premier and has already burned hundreds of j ists at Tuy and othsr points to cross j terra me the genuineness ot the trans-.once served as mayor.of cause of the assault. was not worth working with. ;