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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbriclge, Alta., Monday. October 3, 1910 Number 2 PATTERSON'S ALLEGED HOLD-UP MEN ARE REMANDED AGAIN Dr. Clark Made a Rous- ing Speech For Mr. Maunsell Clarence Walters and Edward Eluir appeared at the police court this morning charged robbing the till at the Manitoba restaurant, Uar- oncss Road, one night lasl week, and assaulting the Chinese proprietor bv hitting on the head with a bottle and rendering him unconscious. Joim Cameron appeared 10 prosecute on behalf of the Chinama. Blair said that he had endeavored to secure a lawyer, but the one he had asked could not act. He' wanted another and asked for H. A. J. Macdougall. Mr. Macdougall was phoned for and asked for a further remand in order! m, i to get Blair's father here, who. he un- 1 mg voters llsls' Tho rforstood was a farmer at Carman- 1C election list he expects to have gay Two days he thought would be ready printing, in a few days. The enough. Blair himself asked lor five money by-laws list, 'however, cannot das. The remand was consequently VOTERS LIST BEING MADE UP_ Secretary Treasurer Robinson has been busy for the last week prepar- Explosion of Coal Dust in Big Mine In Old Mexico Monterey, Mex.. Oct. special Jn .from Las Paranas'Cosila says: "Fri- FT FTTIOM TO HAY ?ranted >n both cases bail being fixed Many men, he says who arc d t ht tremendous explosion of. 1 IVJiN 1 1 in Blair's case at by himself. ally speaking, entitled to be on the nw-unrpd in No 2 mint- at ready for some time. OVERJEVENTY and two other sureties of each. Both Sides Confident Of Victory In Macleod Election HOLD-UP MAN A STAND d t, occurred in No, 2 mine at list, arc not on the assessment roll, -p the Coahuila Coal hf.inor -icofcccri 1 hn namn rtF !._'___ -to e _, they being in the of force of the explosion blew their firm or business. According to do all the timbers in tha slope thR It i .-4, j nwiu the sixth" "lift to thc surface. ned, women and widows are entitled j Qu1 mouth o[ lhc on the voters list. Fhose. who ine; fee1l of surfacc and dosing 3SSOSSCG. BATTLESHIP SAILORS DROWN New York, Oct. dodgers, of the battleship New Hampshire places the number of Bailors who perished last night by the swamping of barge at 29. Eighteen others are missing but it is supposed that they merely over- stayed their shore leave. Various versions of h'ow the acci- dent occurred were in circulation to- day. The generally accepted one. however, was that the barge heavily loaded with sailors and marines re- turning from shore leave was towed POLICE HAVE GOT ANOTHER BAD ONE Hfm Man With Papers Connecting V.'ith Martin in Cell D. S. Thompson, alias Allan, was arrested by the police oh. Saturday and booked on a disorderly charge. He appeared before Police Magistrate Ball this morning. The police asked for a remand, stating .that papers and other things were found in his possession connecting him with Mar- tin Groth, who is awaiting trial in the District Court on the- charge of garabHnsc on the C.P.R. The remand v.-ss granted until Friday. Allan asked Tor bail. The court, however, j thought that he had better stop right with the police for a tew days and refused a cash bail, but allowed it in two sureties of responsible part- ies of each. Haclcod. Oct. election cam- paign eii'dcd here, last night with three, rouiitry meetings held by both candi- dates, and on Monday night the ques- tion of a Macleod representative will be decided. On Friday night Mr. Patterson and his supporters held u meeting in ihc town hail and many good speakers addressed the large audience. Thi: South Mackod band rendered several selections before the meeting, and when Mr. Patterson arrived he given a generous and hearty applause 1J1 into the heavy swells of a passing also steamer. Rising for a moment like a was cork the barge then plunged -into the of "but all the .ventilating currents 'ed it: instaatly the -choppy water be- Police After Him from Pincher Creek are Uot assessed personally should The iajl housc was irake application at ontx- to be put on blown (jown? ,but the f ci not injured. The entrance was made trough between two waves, one of luoso.wnoOitve an income t mine- the seeciul open-: which thc side, and s-ft'amp- or more and paying income tax can be put on the list.' They will novo to be assessed-aucl pay taxes on.SSM. incomes, up to being exempt. on the voters' lists.-applicynts I have to have been residents of '.nth- bridge prior to July 1st last. -Ml applications must in before Oct. 25th. Kincner Creek, Oct. Asndowu, the third man of the hold {5RAKEMAN KILLED ON __ up ?ans that operated here recently! was 1S getting a notoriety ot lus ovn soek- that will cost him LINE dear when by a large part of the crowd. Mayor Fawcett took the chair and called Mr. Patterson 10 the Moor. Mr. Patterson spoke only a short time and was well-received. Among other speakers in ?.fr. Patterson's interests were W. J. Glass-, H. Turner and Mr. Tregillus, of Calgary. Mr. E. H. caugnt. has Weybnrn, Sask., Oct. C. at South" and in that :Matheson is dead and Coe-Briscoe ser- nas ciug a Hole or rrencL in which to conceal or detend himseir from cat) ture. with all the munitions of wai at nanfl. A small posse or police Iured by tte up of said to have gone o it for Hiley, of advertised to Asnaown's apreliension on Frilay, but .spcs.k, but- he was not able to come up to date nothing has been beard in time for the meeting. Dr. Clark, M.P., of Red Dci-t, spnke in the interests of Mr. Maunsell, who not present, on account of hav- ing a meeting of his own at McBride. Lake. This speaker, who-was the Burred, iicre on Thursday, moruing last best of the evening; was very well re- and although deceased wa3 bat here of his capture. A ;aivey party for the new railway ;0 now a: work :n Montana Tiie of Vv' Ferguson oc- a locomotive cylinder head on Sat- ,urday afternoon. The men were both brakemen and working in the yards the engine of the gravel train which was ballasting the new; line, to j Lethbridge. When 'the accident occur- red both men were immediately rush- ed to the hospital but Matheson suc- cumbed in a few hours, his chest and lungs being badly crushed; Briseoe "struck in the face and -should he recover-he will be disfigured. Math- eson's-remains were shipped to Moose surface and. revived in a few dotted with.struggling shouting with floating pack; jages, suit cases and personal i ing's-that the men wera taking back steam launch that was towing the The work of 'restoring the air cur- barge rent the air with sharp staccato rents is proceeding as rapidly as pos- calls for assistance. Few boats were sible with all the- men it is safe to Jin the vicinity for the river was run- Two bodies have so far been j niEg -'high in white caps, kicked up by recovered and there are about seven-I tv more men id the mine. There is j strong wind. What few tierc oi alive as it would 'be hours more be- tnat separted the distress- fore all the bodies -can be rescued. Jed craft and the shore. Many of the The rescue apparatus of which the j sailors and marines were pulled aboard ceived, and applauded and helped turn years old. he-was one of the old'timers gUDciay morning, many votes-m favor of Maunsell. lne place. Jtiis ,death, was. due company has a full supply cannot he used, as they were-sd heavy and thR space left ro- erawL 'through so small the men- coul-d not get. through them on. 'mine was the largest producer of'the Goahuila com- pany and has been shipping about of coal per month for some years. The cause- of. exolosion has not vet these boats, others held tightly to ths swamped barge. others, unequal to the battle with the heavy -waves and the tide floated up stream peared. ALBERTA MEN ON THE DIRECTORATE Why Extension of Ttnae Is Asked by the P. C., .fmcner. Creek, Oct. 2. A. meeting of Uis snarenolcers of the Pincher creek, (jandston and Montana Rail- way company was held at the offices Thomson, the company's SEVENTY-TWO DEAD Monterey, Mex., Oct. news ot the coal mine at Palu where the been accuratelyvlfdeterimned, but the explosion occurred, indicates that the indications ca-used by. ,-min- j loss of life will probably be seventy- ers common dyna-jtwo- miners, .mostly Mexicans and mite the safety ,pow- j Japanese. Only two bodies have been der furnished" bV-tlic: company thus far. hall- to caronic frbin Sc'biiaritf, to- Manitoba in TAG DAY WAS ONLY Mr. Maunseil -arrived-in the after corning hftd oeen r artcj aSstFitte? ror Iuneral to take Sunday on the street of stealing the meet- arternoon under the auspices of tfcc ing. Uld Timers' Association, but, in re Thc meeting ended about eleven sponse to a telegram ree.ei "ed on-Sat- ,j ,r "p J T o'clock, but the crowd still lingered urday from his relatives remains j W eatnef 1 reventeO. i-.a.ig in the hall to talk politics. shipped Saturday night to Fox- The meetings held on Saturday warren, r-lan. The deceased was well night were small, owing to the coU nked by all who knew his night, and neither party gained any- parents and sisters are highly re- The 'resSTof the election is verr 'Spectecl wel1 to hard to predict and both men are confident of over one hundred maior- ity. Mr. Maunsell expects a major- ity oi in the country and 100 in. Haclcod, while Mr. Patterson expects 100 in town and 300 in the counirv. Societies Attended R. DAVIDSON HONOR GUEST AT A DINNER DEATH OF A POPULAR AND A nubmer ot" friends of" T. K. David; son ot" the Davidson Metal -Co., who is a'dout to enter double harness, as- BRILLIANT YOUNG LADY semDied at the Alexandra Cafe on Sat- urday evening, to where the Churches Amount of Money Raised Not Known At Knox Church The Ancient Order of Foresters attended the church last A cold bleak day and a certain j comfortable homes, but what is a i amouht of misunderstanding as to-the -home, if alongside of it is squalor ultimate disposition of the funds, did i and misery. There may be some men tne Caledonian Society not make the Fraternal Societies'j and women amongst this congrega- eVeninR service at Knox Tag Day yesterday quite such who are not tempted by the j eVening and listened to the practical cess as "was hoped for by the. com-i sire to lead lisct-ntious to frit- helpful sermon preached to thanJ mittee. However, it was moderated ter away your earnings in reckless Rev_ A M Gordon, the pastor. tne otner sections are expected to successful, and a good sum of mon- j lives and the gambling dens ot our i The ,esson was taken from the slon- K SKton ev, sufficient to lorn thc nucleus of-a city- are not ever tempted to lay of thc Good-Saniaritail> and Mr. Gor- ____ r__ -m-Viirh flnpi nnt j. CiedltCU Wluh StatiBg taftt Since alB soucitors. nere on Friday -last and a second meeting on Saturday. Anoth- er meeting takes place in. October, Mr. C. Teeter, of New York, will oe duly appointed president _ of tae company. Mr. F. Burns and Col. Walk- er, together a prominent Edmon- ton capitalist, will elected -to the directorate of -the road at the last named meeting. are given at the otiices of the company here. .with. spect to the advertised 'notices pe'aring of their application to the leg- islature for an extension of time for the construction .and completion, aLtJtie; also to change 'toe; tne ,to ,the Al'b 1 Pacffic kaiiway Company. One -of -the expla- 'nations given at the head office is tnat the old charter calls lop the com- pletion of the road by the end of the present year, a feat consider im- .possi'Dle when it is taken into consid- eration that the company win have over UoO- miles of railroad to build in Aioerta, it" taeir application for sxten: sion is granted toy the legislature. Uver .have already tbeen spent on surveys, tlie tinal, survey of the Korth Fork having been, com- pleted and tne last two. surveys of TRIEDTOBLOW UP EDITOR'S HOME Heinous Crime Follows Burning of Los Angeles, Times OTIS' STATEMENT Infernal Machine Made a Tremendous Narrow Escape Los Angeles, Oct. destroy the of publisher of the Los Tunes tfy- of infernal machine made yeeterday afternoon. V For years, following a ral with. the Typographical, TSilon which rasuked in Times a non-union, paper, Otis his fought unionism witti at his command. He bas been seconded by; the" Manufacturers'- ciation whose secretary "was the .6b-? ject of a frustrated dynamiting yester- The Otie home is known Bivouac in. the most, .faanionabje' section.of the city. After the finding the infernal machine at andlaarresidence. Detective Rice.' sent to the .Bivouac, to make a the premises. With Clias JTbcken, the: gardener, he found a suit caee Hidden under a bunch of. vines under, a-biyv. on tile si-de fronting West part DeteetiTe Rice of Poiioet Galfoway 'i-Qfjg. wanted to! station -..-witnout it... insisted on of of mechari- ism was- heard inside -and smoke gan coming out around the edges of the aperture. V1 Convinced that the suit case con- tained a bomb Chief Galloway- ordered the infernal machine rushed over--to the park- where its' explosion could do. comparatively 'little damage. Eice and Focken 'picked it up and dashed across the street Putting, it down they sped away and put" "about feet between them .and the when it went off with, a threw the entire fund to provide hospital care for their hands upon that which does not, don took for his SUDjcct, l'Wi p-eople unable to bear thc expense, j belong to Them. Those who neighbor This text was was collected. Just how much, will not be known until this evening when the boxes will be opened. Who is our are not so tempted are gifted with J asjceci by a scribe of -Tcrusalem health and strength, and when you nas becn- asked ever since, see a brother or sister who are not i many answers have been given, from Sister of A. Was Formerly Lady Princi- pal of Alberta College ;iited and Irvino ofThk groom to be had been decoved, and I The parade started from the corner j eo 50 excellent repast in his of Diitterin and Round street Shcrtlv tcmjlauon, honor. He was presented by those after S1X clock atld hand" C. Messer and .headed bv the Sal- present with an address wisnin Weslev church was crowded with a vation Army band fall victims to suck, the person Wj10 ijvc-s next to them a helping you and every human neighbor of todav is usually Church aoor to The cri ti- cked and his doings perpetually kept in the limelight by the mcn> j bers of his immediate neighborhood. I' He said there were six things the Lord hates, and numbers among crimes, the most important these "niform." "Following them were mem- Matt-' A summary of his re- was a gossip The more liberal men bcrs of the Ancient Order of Fores- j marks follows: We will be judged say their neighbors are the brotier- but if they don't love Such was the sad news received on 6 drunk and v her brother T Trvin? f' DacneJors m the an5 ters. then the Caledonian Socictv. upon the output of our lives, and the hood of men, but if they don't ent of cacts were about evenly divided, tne headcd by lne pipers' band. The Citi- we help one another; and es- a brother who they have- seen, Company for Ltetlioridge uisLriel. Mrs. latter navin JVIcLeod was one of a devoted family, Tnc oenect six brothers and six sisters, born at wno acted as toastmaster, J. Arm Vernon River, one of the faires; spots strong, -Sydney Jackson, J. L. Man- in Prince Edward Island, the "Garden waring, T. S. L. Cope, H. of the Gulf." Her father has for years Murray and Or. Courtice. 'The represented his constituency in the lo- oacneiors, (j. C. Fagntiello, T. .Long, cal legislature. Her husband also be- H. tf. .Long, longed to "the He and Miss L. Cope and Elizabeth Irviug together attended Me- j Gill University, Montreal. Miss Jrv- j ing was chosen as valedictorian of her graduating year. After finishing his college course JMr. McLcod was for a. time assistant in Ottawa and after- wards became minister of Blakoney and Clayton. She taught for a couple of years in Stanstead College, Quebec, j and taught with marked success. Tims i ing one on the single men zens> came next, then the Sons pec'ially those who cannot help them- j are they to love one they have ecticts W. J. Nelson of England. The latter body and the will be a factor on the j seen or known "Thou shalt Caledonians were by far the strong- fmai judgment day. Jesus was not a cst in numbers, turning out apparent-' class Savior, but identified Himself ly in almost full strength. At the with thc oppressed and the down-trod differ CM, that they were scho i den and regarded them as His breth- ditlod to attend the -different Unions rcn, and therefore we, in order to defiled from the parade. The Sons follow His example, should help the conway, E. Jackson Of England attended St. Cyprian's, i needy. Many, perhaps, are unworthy C. Towriss. j the Knights of Pythias at Weslev, I Oi help, but" we should aim at good "and the Caledonian and Ancient in changing their characters. Tr The pastor spoke of indiscriminate _-. charity as spoken of as not help At St. Cyprians' church, in which men ami women in thc broadest cverv scat was taken, a very appro- sense, as those helped sometimes lose priat'e address was delivered hv Rev. the instinct ot self help and lean up- V. McMillen, to the members of on the community. lie himself has the Sons of England. He took as his had some disappointing experiences, text the verse of the 30th chap- but will continue; as he has done, as ter of Samuel I, "For who will ;it is impossible to help thc children thv neighbor as thyself love is one of the most legal texts in the Old Tes- tament. The speaker said that the societies and organizations of the city were unworthvihclPinS to carry out this .f-v.v by Uiixvui. r___i_ ;__ I is credited wiuh stating that since hie interview with -Mr. J. A. Taylor last June he Has made enquiries as to the financial standing ot the company and is satisfied that they are in a po- sition to complete, their undertaking. The intentions or the company are to -build each section ot" the road 'be- rpre asking the government to guaran- tee the bonds, but they naturally de- sire tne assurance tnat with the com- pletion of the sections the bonds _will guaranteed. They -cite Cana- dian Northern in this connection. Thai road, they contend, did not buifd one mile of railroad until the bonds were not only guarantee-d but sold. The company is confident that the construction work will start this fall and the liret grading to be got undef way -will ibe between JPlncher CreeK and .Pincher station. ALBERTA WILL BE TO der of Foresters a't Knox. St. Cyprians' rcctly find its way to the hospital. but he said the work must not be confined to one Sunday each year, but. every Sunday and week day an effort- must br made to help others who need assistance, but the givinc must hearken unto you in this matter but without also helping the parents.who svslematiCi 'for wav will ._ n ri i n f-n-r-i i, fl r f1 1 i I i _ be accompiished. Hc of Associated Charities and the Children's Aid Society work both raising funds to provide for the sick. needy and unfortunate for the com- ing year. Last year he said tho-v had raised a fund for the Gait Ht.-spital and everyone in the citv it. This year the money prr.ud oi will in-di- of New York where they ex- who have even hymn books, etc. in a humble POWDER COMPAN1S FORM A COMBINE Vancouver, Oct. the" con- T.rol of the Nobel and Dupont Pow- der Corporation owning the large explosive manufacturing; industries in Europe and the United States re- spectively, practically all the powder companies of Canada have been merg- Branches of a -tree-directly overhead were torn off together, with, i-portion of the park fence. A plate glass win- dow in the Otis home was tered. That no great damage was done was due to -the fact, experts say, that the explosive it was not packed or closely confined.., In the Otis family at the time of-the: explosion were Mrs. Chandler, daughter of General Otis, and a rela-. live, Mrs. Booth and tie two children. Before the suit case was found there was only a Japansese ser- vant, Focken a gardener, and a cook in the house. Gen. Otis' Statement Los Angeles, OcL Otis a statement that he-mose than all deplored the loss of life. He says that in the part lose of building and plant he can stand with, complacency, courage and endurance, but is over- come by the fact that so many of our loyal and faithful workmen were slain- by assassins and conspirators. We repair the property damage but we cannot restore lives taken.away., and that is the great burden, that rests, on our hearts in face of this frightful calamity. He declared the work of rehabitating the Times already began. Los Angeles, Oct. down by tons of twisted steel girders, '.a, number of bod-ies were reported found early today by the workmen engaged in removing the debris from the base- ment of the wrecked Times building. 'The situation was found to be such The mto a ?10-UUU'U.ul) comoinc. morning that it was impossible ter to all persons who rvl.ef and i :to make any progress in recovering the Crabill said -there was undoubtedly finest lady principal -they could wish to year in Sontcrn 31 r. McLcod wpr Jster's bride, comiri? of her husband's all hearts. Sh by her companions everywhere, by her husband's parishoncrs and above been with health and Fircngth. ciatcrl Chanties of the spirit of the So- I city aivci assisting them, giving them s pleasure in the way of cntertaist- rnents, and the Foresters in cxtend- to him in this sorrow ore a stop was made for a sleep thc Nobci Corporation, owning 'of bodies at. the bottom of mills in Europe.; tlie Hamilton Pow- shaft, others besides himself had der Co with plants in eastern Can- ada and one at NTanaimo. B.C., the Western Exnlosives Limited, owning preceding the offer lory. plant a pur: cnased homesteads, 10 South scrips and 2 aalf-oreed scripts. ;