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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta e Daily Herald VOL. i. LETHBRIDGC, ALS2IITA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, IMt. NUMBER 262. DETROIT WINS AMERICAN PENNANT HON. J DUFF NOW. For the Second Yea In Succession Big Race In National Toronto, Oct. Duff, MXA. for South Sirn- coe, was today, appointed Minister of Agriculture in suc- cession to Hon. Nelson Mon- teith. NINE MEN LEFT FROM THE LISTS Cincinnati, 0., Oct. Direct- ors of the National League this-after- noon officially announced rtheir deci- sion in the matter of the protested game between New .York and Chi- cago, holding that the game was a and that it could be played off if the conditions of the pennant race called for such a game, and the New York management request id. that it be played over The directors gave permission :to have the game at a date to be agreed upon by the two clubs. N.'w York, Oct. York's chances of playing off a final decisive game with the Chicagos lor the Na- tional" pennant brightened today, when the home club again won from. Boston. This makes the standing as follows: Chicago .641, New York .638, Pittsburg .63G.. New York plays its final game with Boston to-morrow, and if the home-club wins New York will ti> with Chicago for first 'place. Chicago, Oct. won today the American League pennant for the time, defeating Chi- cago handily by a score of 7 to 0. Donovan pitched Detroit in one of the best games of his career, -hold- ing the Chicagos to only .two hits, white the: team played errorless ball. White was knocked out of the box by Detroit in the first inning, when two runs were put across. Walsh .was-brought in, but befors. the inning closed Detroit had gained four runs, nly once -did the Chicago enthusiasts have a chance to cheer; that was in the sixth men were on first- and second bases with none out. Donovan, disposed' of tli2 succeeding batters case. ;Detroit 'finished with, a .of Cliicago..with from the team -accumulated, but fromi five errors made byjDhicag'6; At and Cleveland struggled all season for first place, never being far from each-other in the percentage table, and not until today could the winner be picked. St. Louis put Cleveland out of the run- ning yesterday, leaving the field to Detroit and Chicago. Chicago's fight has been an uphill one, but Manager Jones never despaired until the last Chicago" player_Jmd been retired to- day. Had Chicago triumphed today the pennant would have come to this city, but the defeat of the Local team in the final test left no subject of debate for the club. Detroit's "vic- tory was clean and decisive. JAPAN ABOLISHES RACING. Tokio, Oct. Government has decided to prohibit all gambling at race tracks and to" enforce the laws governing racing. The action of the Government has created excitement, and it is believed it will eliminate horse racing in Japan. R. C. BISHOP DEAD. Hartford, Conn., Oct. 6.- -Right Rev. Michael Tierney, 68 years of age, bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Hartford, died at his resi- dence here this afternoon from the effect of a stroke of apoplexy-which he suffered Saturday night. OTTAWA RIVER LOW. Ottawa, Oct. water in Ottawa river is low.-r than it the hag been for-twelve years. Barges and vessels have; had to be lightened to get through the Rideau locks. The registered depth at th foot of the locks U 5 feet 1 inch today. On May 18th it was 25 feet. Services Of Certain Strikers Nine of the former local C.P.R. strikers were left off the list of the men to be taken back at the shops' The men claim that the company is showing discrimination in the choos- ing of the men to be. taken back. As proof of this they instance the fact that R. Niven, the president of the Machinists' Union, and W. R. Bell, secretary, are among those left out. The man who formerly drew the highest wages as boilermaker, and" who has been an active union official, is also among those left out. McGJLLICUDDY ARRESTED 7.-D. McGil- lieuddy, of tlu News, was irrestcd this after- noon on.Jn charge of defama- tory by R. C. Edwards, the Eye-Opeuer. Tlie published a hot at- tack character of Ed- wards in....yesterday's ICKUO Mr. McCilliciuidy leased on bail. was re- TURKEY CALLS UPON THE POWERS FATE OF. OLD KNOX COLLEGE Site in Spadint Avenue Under tion for Dspartment Stor3 Op- All the other me.i ninj have returned to work." these MEDICINE HAT NEXT YEAR. Kegina, Oct. sessions of the Women's" Christian Temper- ance Union were brought to a close this afternoon, and quite a number of the d.-legates left for their homes. It was decided the next C9nvention shall be held at Medicine Hat, the choice lying between that place and Calgary. CRETE JOINS GREECE. Athens, Oct. despatch receiv- ed from Ganea announces that the people of thi Island of Crete have the union of the island with-that of Greece. Toronto, Oct. present site of Knox circle in Spadina Avenue, may be -fcohl to an English company for a departmental store. It is understood an' option has been giveu to a local ivpr sentative of a London firm. -The price named is and ,the probability that it will be accepted is strong. To Preserve What the Berlin Treaty De- mands A NEW BANK MANAGER. K. D. Johnston, accountant of tlie Molsons Bank at Cal- gary, will be manager of the branch to be opened in this city before the end of this year. ROAST BY THE FARMERS FOR THECP.R. INKBULLED AT ICHEL B. C. NEW, C.P.R. SUPERINTENDENT. Vancouver, Oct. is authorita- tively stated- that W. 0. Miller, car service agent, will 'succeed J. E. Arundel as superintendent of the C.P.R. city. BIG FUR COMPANIES WILL WAGE BATTLE Election Contest In Saskatchewan Re- v y solves Itself Into Watr Between Hud- Reyillon Bros. son Regina, Sask., Oct. from jh'e north the election in the provincial constituency of basca has resolved itself into a strug- gle for supremacy between two great rival fur "companies. Hudson's Battlefprd ferryman, who is a candi- Revillon Bros_ are behind Benoit, who is the Prince Albert can- didate. On the result of election o Oct. -15 the prestige of the companies will rest, and one suffering defeat wil be given a crushing blow so far as Bay Company is backing Joe Nolan, the northern fur trade is concerned TWELVE YEARS FOR ITALIAN. -.Pi'iVry Sound, Ont., Oct. Spraino, an attempted constables and severely wounded Provincial Constable Knight near Byng Inlet recently, was sen- tenced, to 12 years in the penitentiary 3'esterday. LITTLE CHILD SHOT. Fredericton, N.B., Oct. five year-old son. of Archie Lyons is lying at the.point of {leatli in_the hospit-a here as a result of a bullet from c gun while tha lad's father was show ing the weapon to n friend. Lyon did not .know the gun was loaded. 1. C. R. FREIGHT AGENTS. Board of Cor.ciiiation Makes. Its Re- port to Department of Labor. Ottawa, Out., Oct. Board of Conciliation appointjd under the Lcmieux Act to deal .with the de- mands of the Intercolonial freight agents for more pay, has made its re- port to the Labor Department. It finds that there is too much political patronage in appointments, and there are too many employees, and recom- mends also that the pay is too low. The board recommends that appoint- ments through political influences should cease, that the staff be rc- Uucjd, and that the saved through reduction be applied to in- creasing the salaries of those who re- main in the service. The committee recommends that clerks bj paid for overtime for work on Sundays, Xwp weeks' vacation, with pay, should continue, that a relieving clerk of two weeks should receive the rate of pay of the of whom he re- lieves, if he be of a senior position or class. No recommendation as to how many hours should consti- tute a day's work. The present day is practically one of hours. It is further recommended that the prin- ciple of promotion should be obtain- ed with due regard to efficiency and the requirements of the service. The clerks asked that there should no discrimination for being m-m- b..-rs of thu International Union, but, as Mr. Potting -r stated thore was no objection to an employee belong- ing to a union, the committee has no recommendation to. STRIKE-BREAKERS. Heport From Winnipeg Says Strikers are Returning to Work. Winnipeg, Man., Oct. In a few .days the C.P.R. shops will be in. 'full blast again, and almost every man who went out on strike two months ago will be reinstated to his former position. The is paying off the strike-breakers just as fast as pos- sible, and most of them are. leaving the works. More than 300 strike- breakers left last night. At the of- fices this morning there was a number of men applying for work, but they were told to -make applica- ion at the shops, where the men .vere being taken on. At the mc.'ting-of the men in the Trades' Hall the majority of them expressed themselves satisfied with the settlement of the strike. practically decided that it will only b.- a matter of a until har- mony exists between the men company, and all will be again at work. TO CROSS OCEAN TO STUDY SCHOOLS Trip of the Depot; Minister o Education in Alberta London, Oct. second and culminating step in the Austro-Bul- garian program for the aggrandiae- ment of themselves at the expense of the status established by the Treaty of Berlin was consummated last night, when Emp.ror Francis Joseph for- rually proclaimed the practical an- nexation of Bosnia and Hersegovina to the dual monarchy. -The present situation is as follows: Turkey calls upon the powers to preserve to her what they guaranteed by that.treaty. Austria and Bulgaria strongly- declare their determination to keep what they have taken. Ser- via is protesting belligerently against boing hemmed in more strongly be- tween two unpopular neighbors, and against having the Servians in Bosnia TORONTO M. D. KILLED. Oct. A. K. Fergu- son was run over and killed by a street car today. H; was riding a bicycle, and in getting out of the way oi a wagon he rode in front of the car, and was knocked down and cut in two. A wife and daughter survive. Claresholm Still De- mands Cars El- evator Man Talks I HeifjJmber Fell Struck HUB on the Head Michel, B.C., Oct. fatal ccident at th mines here arly this morning, claiming as its tctim a Slavonian miner by -the tame of Mike -Haike, about forty 'ears of age. '_A; loaded bump car, crossing the. tipple, jumped the rack, crashing- into ihe side of the luilding, demolishing a large portion f tlie wall. 'A-heavy timber was out, and falling to'the ground truck Halke7 who was working un- derneath, on the head, rendering him unconscious: was taken to the Cottage Hospital, There he succumb- d to his injuries 'about one o'clock. the Austro-Hungary absorbed into The other powers concerned in the treaty are discussing the holding of SELL OUT TO SWIFT. Toronto, Oct. 7.-The Union Stock Yards Company, of West Toronto, has decided to sell out to a United States concern, said to be Swift and Co., of Chicago. This firm has made an offer of 80 cents for preferred stock and 60 cents for common. The com- pany is capitalized at WRIGHT'S NEW RECORD. Lemans, France, Oct. Wright, who on Saturday last estab- lished a world's r.cord for an aero- plane flight carrying one passenger, made a new record today when, under similar conditions, he remained in the air one hour four minutes and twenty-six seconds. MRS. DUNSMUIR'S WILL. Victoria, B.C., Oct. Th_- will of the late Mrs. Dunsmuir was read to- an international conference, a mere day, and disposed of an estate valued preliminary of which. th; present is one of the most delicate problems. Turkey'.5 unexpectedly restrained poll cy minimizes the possibilities of war, which is now considered out of the question. in the neighborhood of two million dollars. Eighty-five thousand dollars in legacies were divided among dis- tant relatives, -and the residue l.-ft equally among the five daughters, who are named as executrices. TWO MEN KILLED IN RAILWAY WRECK IMPORTANT CAP. R. CHANGES. On Ae Great Northern Railway South Of Coutts Bad Freight Wreck There Has. Besn Considerable Shift- ing of Officials Lately. There have been several important promotions and changes in various departments nf the C.P.R. in this vicinity-. Thomas Bates, who was general foreman at Moose Jaw, has been pro- moted to fill the same position in Calgary. A. T. Short has been removed from Calgary to Cranbrook, where he-will officiate as district master mechanic. A. Hapkirk is to be trainmast T at Medicine Hat. J. A. who was trainmas- ter at Medicine Hat, is to be train- master at jurisdic- tion as far as the Crow's Npst.' E. L. Chaudleigh, who was train- master at lias been re- moved to Macleod, to hav> jurisdic- tion from the Crow's Nest to Leth- bridge and Macleod branch. Mr. McCarthy, who was foreman at Medicine Hat, has bsen promoted to general foreman at Moose Jaw. Mr. McQuarrie, of the Calgary shops, has b en transferred to Medi- cine Hat. Seven P ersons BY-LAW DEFEATED. Medicine Hat, Oct. by-law for the raising of to build a n w high school here was defeated, 66 to 61 votes. CHINATOWN DESTROYED. Vancouver, B.C., Oct. de- stroyed Chinatown in Steveston, do- ing damage to the extent or early this morning. DID GET AN INCREASE. The Herald's recommi-ndation that oupt. Roid's salary increased to a little late. It seems that the increase was voted at the same meeting that increases to Messrs. Conybeare and Arnold. There was no report from any of the com- .nittves recommending the increase, Mr. Reid has no application in, the Herald reporter understood he Mayor to say that in these ac- counts the nuitisr should be :o another meeting, but he thought the increase should be made. The others agreed to the latter, and it s, however, that while they were talking over it, the motion was put passed, escaping the notice tlio reporter. of NESBITT THE MAN. Woodstock, Ont., Oct. Ox- ford Liberals today nominated Nosbitt for the Commons. W. Pxlmonton, Oct. S. Macken zie, Deputy. Minister of Education left on Monday on an extended tri to the British Isles for the purpos of getting in closer touch with Bri ish educational institutions. He wi visit the representative schools an coll-.ges .of England, Ir.-land an Scotland, and, if time permits, study the system of technical education in; vogue in Germany. The Department of Education for Alberta is laying tlie foundation for a broad educational system, and Mr. Mackenzie's visit is for the purpose of learning of suc- and failures of the British sys- tem, in order that the new province may profit thereby. Another object is to become thoroughly conversant with the grading of the British schools, so that the d partment will be able to deal mon- readily with the many ap- plications which are coming from Old' Country teachers for schools in AJ-i berta. Mr. Mackenzie is making the trip in accordance with arrangements, XT- vr_ Alfred G M of London, England, for the visit of thre.- hundred Canadian teachers to England. It was Mr. Most'ly's plan to have the teachers who go chosen by the Departments of Education, so that the teachers who hold most import- ant positions may be sent in order that the best results may be secured for the various provinces. The De- partment of Education for this pro- vince has received some thirty appli- SIR WILFRID AT L'ISLET. L'fslet, Quo.. Oct. four thousand electors of this county wel- comed Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who is be- ginning his tour of this part of the province, at an open air mjeting this afternoon. Tlie Premier was met at the slatr n by Mayor Clou- tier, of L'Islei, and most of the male population of the vi'Jage, headed by a brass band. Special trains were also run from Levis at thi west end of tlie riding, and Riviere du Loup, f.hc two brinping nearly people. There was a bad smashup on the C.P.R. three miles west of Seven P.-rsons last night. Twelve cars, con- taining merchandise, lumber and coal were'utterly destroyed. No one was injured. A good deal of the freight has been saved, and is piled up side the track. Thi exact cause of the wreck is not known, but it is supposed to have been caused by' a broken wheel or by the buckling up of an old flat car. The accident took place on a curve where there was a small embank- ment. The Crow's regular was at Medicine Hat until the track was cleared, and did not.arrive in this city until a quarter after eleven this morning. The Spokane flyer went up around by Calgary. A bad accident took place last night at Fowler, a station on the Gr :-at Northern, sixteen miles south of Shelby Junction, when the passenger Clareshohn, Oct. the farm- ers' mass meeting on Saturday a mo- tion by A. H. Tovell, seconded by E. Frost, "That we, as a body of farm- ers, take no action as regards the an- nulment of the car order privilege, but that we petition the C.P.R. for more cars and better loading facili- ties, and that a copy of this resolu- tion be forwarded to the warehouse commissioner, the C.P.R., and the Railway was carried, and was all th'e business that was done. W. A. .Cornwall, of the local 'Board of Trad v was in the chair, and explained the proposition to the meeting that if the farmers would keep their names off the order book the railway company 'would guaran- tee to keep the elevators cleared and the latter would guarantee the prices at Fort William, less 3% cents. Mr. Cornwall explained that the Board Trade were taking an impartial position in the general manager of the Alberta Paci- Bc Elevator Co., then addressed the meeting. He traced the history of his company in the province, stating that at first they built 15 elevators and their efforts were discouraged, but that now more elevators .were needed all the time, and they could not build fast enough. He criticiz.-d the delay in loading by the farmers, and also the delay in unloading by merchants and coal and lumber con- signees. He stated his 'company would do anything in reason to help out the farmers. On being question- jd by farmers the chairman had to admii that although the C.PiR. had promised to have a representative present, they had-sent no one, nor had they sent any information at .all.. Thejieeling as stated by--several, speakers, was that it was no use try- ing to- dc anything unless 'the C.P.R. took the initiative and made a pro- position to the fanners, and also that it would be a mistake to waive their privileges under "the Grain Act. C. S. Hotchkiss stated that the service was outrageous, and that tlu-re was not a jerkwater line in America .that could not do-better. The C.P.R. had plenty of cars. Still they must keep up the pressure on the C.P.R. They train, which had a few minutes be- fore taken the passengers from yes- t rday's A. R. and I. train from Leth- bridge, Two men, a fireman and engine watchman, were killed and several others injured. Fuller particulars nre not yet available. A SENSATION AT COLEMAN GOOD REVENUE Toronto, Oct succession du- ties collected thf province for nine months of the year exceed a mill inn dollars. HA.GGART THE CHOICE. Winnipeg. Oct. the Conserva- tive con vent in tonight Alf-x. Hag- gart, K.C., was ?olocted as candidate for the Commons. A Nan Eloped With Another Man's Wife and Was Arrested cations, and although these were all accepted, a numb r have -written say- ing that thry will not be able to Amnnsr thixso in this province who! have either pone or are expected to Coleman, Oct. Saturday night's eastbound express B n Reese and Mre. T. Merriman, accompanied by Mrs. Merriman's daughter, a girl of twelve years, left Coir-man for a destination unknown at the time to any eoccept the ticket agent and th 'mselves. The woman's husband went on shift as usual at three o'clock Saturday afternoon at the mine, and was quite unaware that an elope- ment was being planned. Upon re- turning from work he by a friend of what had tak -n place, and was completely taken by sur- prise. Reose had been a boarder with j the Merrimnn family, and apparently hnd succeeded in persuading the wife to d hor husbnnd. Upon inves- tigation it vras found that a consid- erable sum of money liad been taken as well as valuables by the elopers. A warrant for their arrest was immediately sworn out, and the TORY YARN DENIED. Sir Wilfrid Deals With Report About Change in Candidates at Ottawa. Dauphin, Oct. Liberal As- sociation of Dauphin having called the attention of the Premier to the false statements circulated by the Winnipeg Telegram, that the resig- nations of the. two Ottewa candidates were due to tlie timber charges, and that he was likely ,to ask for the retirement of T. A. Burrows, receiv- ed the following wire} from Sir Wil- frid Laurier in reply: "Chevrier resigned of his own ac- cord, and so did Fraser. Absolutely no truth whatever in statements." were at all events doing better than last year. Mr. Torgerson recommends the farmers to build bins in town for themselves. After a breezy argu-. inent between Mr. Munro, a track buyer, and Mr. Strong, th.> meeting broke up. A. B. McDonald was here. yester- day, and went out to Elinor in the afternoon. F. Stuart, of the Bank of .Commerce, has been shifted to Treherne, Man. Fred. Langmuir and J. R. Watt, barristers, w.-nt to Macleod today on busineaa. Harold Nelson's company, with the "Holy played last night to a good audience. FIELDING AT COBOURG- Cobourg. Out., Oct. and skilfully was the argument util- 17. d by Hon. W. S. Fielding here to- night with respect to the Conserva- tive charge of extravagance in the! management of public accounts. He referred to the celebrated Halifax platform of the Cons .rvative chief- tain, showing as a plank public own- j ership of public utilities. CASE LIKELY TO BE DROPPED. The case of Pyle vs. Thackjr, which is the ease of assault arising out of' tin.- C.P.R. strike, was called this morning at 10 o'clock, but again post- poned, as P. J. Nolan, the defend- ant's counsel, was not present. The case will likely be dropped. Pyl.' says he does not wish to prosecute, and C. F. Harris, his counsel, 'has offered to withdraw the case provid- ed the defendant pays the actual costs of the court to date. strik- ers have been unable to get com- munication with Mr. Nolan in order to decide what to do. TWO Sto MEN DROWNED. Ont., Oct. 5 Two men, Capt. John Hunter, of Sar- nia, and Fred Shields, of Duluth, lost their lives near Whitefish this morn- ing by the overturning of a scow of the Reid Wrecking Company. in towns of her- ground floor. Messrs. Ouirnette PROSPECTOR'S OPINION. Port Arthur, Ont., Oct. Richardson, a prospector of fifteen years' experience in Klondyke, Cobalt and other fields, has returned fr im a visit to Sturgeon Lakes Falls, nnd predicts great development there as soon as the G.T.P. Railway givis communication with the mineral pro- perties. co aro: Miss Lrcg H'.skins, Airnrie; Eckville; Miss J. A. Connelly, Stralhcona; Miss M. Womyss, Nan- ton; Laura L. Robertson, Olds; Miss K. G. Halliday. Lacomb; Miss H. C. Cameron. Magrath: Miss Lillie F. Munroo. ILroort A. Wade. La- mont. In the absence of Mr. Mackenzie inspector Ross, of Strathcona, will be acting Deputy Minister of Education. apprehended at day, and will be brought back to to answer for th ir folly. Contractors began work on the new addition to the Cameron Block Mon- day morning. T. Davis has the contract. The new building will be twelve feet wide, fifty feet long and two storeys high. Mr. Cameron will not to look for new tenants, as the new apartments have long since been spoken for, both upstairs will use th -'apartment as a clothing and men's A TRUE BILL. London, Ont., Oct. grand jury has returned a true bill against Private Moyer, charged trilh shoot- goods department. Politics are the ord -r of day, and the night as well, in Coleman. There is scarcely an evening but what one party or another has a Barracks here in April. GETS A DIVORCE. New York, Oct. Barto Hall has been granted a divorce from his me-ting. The Socialist candidate, I wife, who, it is alleged, travelled to John Harrington, made his appear- ance before a Coleman audience on Friday night last Cor the first time. The audience was not large, but the Socialists are hopeful. Canada with Rev. Mr. Denham, now preaching in Missouri. The court fused to seal the papers, believing the airing cf the scandal will pre- vent others. ;