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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOL II. LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1909 BE READY FOR SESSION OF 1910 Alberta Legislature Will Meet In New Building NO. 2M; (Special to the Herald.) Oct. his return from Kegina yesterday Pre-. meir 'Rutherford stated that the Leg- islative wing of- the new .Parliament buildings would be completed in time next year for the second session of the second Legislature which in the usual course will meet in Dec. 1910. The premier announced that the construction of the other' parts of the capital building will be carri.'d .on in such a way as not to inter- fere with the deliberations 'of -the M-Tberla] j? onmmg forward free- SA'l the builders aie lahiog tage of the "fine' weather. ADMIRAL SIR EDWARD SEYMOUR Of H.M.S. Invincible, now' at the Hudson-Fulton Celebration, New York RECOVER ALL BODIES OF MINERS Blown Out Shot Be- lieved To Be Cause Of Disaster" M. Barrie Is Seeking a Divorce MONUMENT TO WORTHY MAYOR Vancouver, B. C., Oct. a meeting today of the contemporaries of "David Oppenheimer, for four years Mayor of Vancouver, it was decided to taks immediate action to erect a memorial in honor of h'-s work for the city and a was appointed. The memorial will probably the shape of handsome gates at the LET PATRICK NOLAN, K.C. ANSWER An Irish Piclure Of This Terrible Country Nanaimo, B: C., Oct. investigation into the cause of the Extension mine disaster by inspect- Sheppard and Dick began yester- day morning. The concensus of opinion is-that a blown out shot in No. 22 stall caused New York, Oct. Lcm- don dispatch to the American about the divorce suit brought by James Matthew Barrie, the novelist and playwright against Mrs. Barrie says that the following circular has been sent to: the London news- papers by those of Mr. Barrie's friends whose names axe ap- -pe'nded: "The divorce suit of Barrie vs. Barrie and Dirt-nan is down for hearing at the Mi- chelmas term." The plaintiff in the suit was in early life a distinguished journalist. More recently his wk in fic- tion and the drama has given pleasure of- a high order to hundreds of thousands of FROM BUTTE TO THE FAR NORTH Evident That the Two Roads Are Working Together spoken. Of: the explosion of coal dust. Some stories are current that W. Argo and} readers and spectators where- Kessel unqualified helpers were ever the English language is mining. It is established that the fire their own shots in this mine as well as in No. 1, at Exten- I sion. The law provides that these be fired -without an hy a shul Victoria, B. C., Oct. last of the bodies that were entombed in No. 2 mine at Extension were) brought out_ this morning, when thej corpses of Herman Peterson and Deucolovitch were added to the, previously recovered, i The Hon. W. Pipes Dead In Boston (Special to the Herald.) Edmonton, Oct. Alberta Great Waterways people have opened officeson Jasper Ave. their survey- ors who took the field week are doing a record piece of work toward Lac Labiche. There is reason to believe that the repc-ft of financial affiliations between the Waterways Co.. and the Canada Western people is well founded and it looks now as though the govern- ment guarantee to the former was about to result in a one system line j from Buttp, Mont., to Fort. NT-1 SMOKY CITY LANDS THE FIRST PREPARE FOR OUR NEW NAVY Provision To Be Made For Training Of Men London, Oct. the course a remarkable editorial article the ob- others ject of which is to restrain the Irish f They were coffined and sent to commute people emigrating to Canada, smith trom whcre most of the funer- J 'I Freeman's Journal says: "The reason als_ AviU bf Md durinS the few Canada requires immigrants is that' cla-'s' Excitement was caused last get inhabitants at anv night near the work- entrance to Stanley Park and the ment ono to: civic. of the citizens as opposed Oct. Hon. Win. T. Pipes, attorney gener- al for Nova Scotia, died in Boston this afternoon from apoplexy. He was calling at the home of Mrs. Eva McLean Pratt, the late Roderick McLean. Mij to The i__ _ n mnrmncr -IT-VIOT, o -rvitila WXB in suffering to new comers. When! ors came out b-v a report' soou money will be raised, as it is decided to make the move-i13 need of thousands if only and workers were breaking LINE TO B. C. Detroit's Errors Enabled the National Leaders To Win Aibsrta Government Phone System Extended to Boundary j Pittsburg Pennsylvania, Oct. Edmonton, Oct. some time A heavy fog sprung up during telephone linemen have been at work (the morning, but th.p. sun even- ny of the new comers will go mad with desperation of loneliness and bitter hardships of life; many will fall in utter misery by the wayside, of this morning when a mule found in No. ifi stall had dashed out when workers reached that cutting caused the story to gain credence and for a some- will live through it all. The man-v gathered at the pit mouth vermin killing will one dav all be exPecting to see a miner helped HOTEL. KEEPER KILLED Prince Albert. Oct. shooting twenty-five miles north of here Alphonse Lj.lJ prvpri tel aeN sell has definitely decided on the- pro- visions of its naval defence bill these announcements must he more or less of a speculative character, In a general way, however, it may be stated that the coming session will see the preliminary steps taken for the speedy establishment of a Ca-. nadian navy, the first -program- ex- tending over several years and includ ing the construction of perhaps twelve war vessels, embracing two or three cruisers, of the Bristol class torpedo boats and, destroyers. Pro- visions will also be for training the men to man the new boats, this being done with the assistance of the trr-; w this city. done and dreary empty spaces begin btrt th" Dext motor thai caine icior of the Saskatchewan ho- -to be really by normal mi i bclow quick denial eeidestaily shot himself in thejman beings_ Th-s ig Canada's need. dead' 32 of them- First bands of victims, romantically i--------------------- All ?S COME WEST hiTinipr ml Ottawa- Oat, Oct. Arcv Scott, The latest assistant chairman of-the Railwav provincial government indicates trrtj Commission and Commissioner, Me-. cities across the line within a radius I Schmidt for Detroit. Davy Jones cf about 800 milw. The governm-nt! PIaved left Detroit and led off line has hitherto extended to Cole- at tne b'at- man and 12 miles have just been Thp the detail of the completed to carry it to the Crow's! play: Nest station the boundary There! FIRST I is formed a. connection with the lin-i Detroit: Jones drew a base'on bills, c? of the Kootenay Telephones, j Busch sacrificed, Abstein t> Miller, VANCOUVER WILL HELP Vancouver, B. C., Oct. couver will probably make a gener- ous donation' .relief fund which j is being raised for the families of the men who lost their lives in the mine disaster near Ladysmith on Tuesday morning. who will reap in joy where others have sowed in sorrow." j there are Ihe Freeman's Journal also made j Alberta, remarks that free farms are situated school children" in left for the West at midnight to hold a series cf mretines in dreary neighborhoods of Nature's wildest freaks. GSANUM'S FINE THEATRE ited, whose headquarters are at Cranbrook, and whose line extends as far as Nelson and Rossland with which p -int a connection is formed with the Kocky Mountain Bell Com- pany, which gives p. wire to Spokane. P- O. INSPECTOR COAL AND GRAIN PUSH TABER ALONG AT LETHBRIDGE Department Reports That .It Is Con- -sidering the Matter At meeting of the Council of One of the Best in the Be foe Board of Trude today President Opened Next Wesk Nourse, presiding, communicatioTaS Granum, Oct. fine new j opera House on which Contractor! Hart and force of men have W an. at. Lethbridge; Was TARftlVTHf TIin working for the past two months, is; reccivin statmj that I "From the Herald's Travelling Cor- respondent." Taber, Alta., October Taber town is growing and will con- tinue to grow. -'Why? Because it. has double resources. The Taber uibition a few days ago showed tual results of to offer the residents of Canada to begin to offer a sacrifice of black diamonds upon .their altar grates. Hence Taber mines and miners are busy and will, be busier yet before pry the coal down from the sand- stone roof. The weight of the 76 ft. Jiigh steel advancing Jones to Second. Cobb walked, Crawford hit to Adams, who to Byrne forcing D. troit o'ne run. Pittsburg: Byrne popped to Busch Leach out to T. "Jones. Clark out. N runs. t SECOND Detroit: T. Jones out to Byrne t Abstein. Schmidt out same way Mutt en singled to centre. J. Jone lined to Byrne. No runs.' Pittsburg: Wagnex out. Delahantj to T. Jones. Miller filed to Ab stein drew base on balls being first tipple is pounds, and Pittsburg player to get first base. Ab buildings around the power Christmas. Each year will seefafur-jctcl.. are of solid concrete, with stcnt Ex-jther increase of business for the girders. t ac-1thickenin.s: settlements of Western' the finishing touches that Ihe and will be opened on Tuesday even- i securing; a .supply of Al- by the May Roberts-Gillard! Bed 'was being' carefully con- me next Company presenting Telegram1' under the -direction John "Cort of Seattle and W. Sber- j.siaered -and ;from the PostofBce in- hibit which would be hard to asriculturp in n c The mine is ventilated by a 16-fr-. I d vereUbles-an jrCallada must have fuel .'or- stoves. !steel whicn has a capacity of i aCf' a? engmes arel cubic feet of air per minute, beat powerless unless the black whcn rllnnin at ]ow {ur_ consumed under the boilers. iKg driven through part of "Mrs.. Temple's... Q.' spector and A.' Msgrath. M. P._ I stating-that the mail service east-to market surrounding country tributary to Ta- j her the writer is confident of the! stein was caught napping at first, Mul lin to T, Jones. No 'runs. THIRD team' scored. Batters out in one.- two, three order. FOURTH In this inning Pittsburg scored its FIFTH man, Calgary. This handsome new Theatre is the] finest to be found between Regina and i Medicine Hnt was improved. "Get Acquainted Ex- to the towns between here Calgarv and'Ts" only" i! Hat was abandoned un- whole province bv the opera houses A Jrfiar- J Alberta Government Telephone will be reminded that the -n, Durin inishes.500 cubic feet of air each, min- Any visitor to Taber could not heb jute for each .person employed in the the big steel tipple and; mine, I boiler 'houses and machine shops of! In the boiler house are six larse! Delahanty le I the Canada West Coal Co. on the last week the Herald's south success-of, Taber's future, as Abstcin's ret away from 'him aad the nf or the n- travelling correspondent visited some west of 'the 'depot: Time did notper-lpl ._ the; boilers fed by hand, but the coal is little; conveyed by machinery from the tip-' M of the coal mines at, Taber and came-! nut a .'trip underground, but-stands I m contact with the miners and mine the doorway at the side of the in-j operators. The grain harvest is hard- jclinc leadintr frnm tho. nt c and dropped through spouts to of Calgary and Edmonton. The build- ing has a floor space of 60 feet by 40 leading from the bowels of .the j the floor behind the boilers. the power house are two and two 150 250 j getting to third before it was returri- fed. Wilson struck out. Gibson {doubled to centra, scoring Abstein. j Bupch fumbled .Adams' .crounder. let- i'll J.V ii ui ,nir; most of whom arc English- Of course, the coal can be harvest- CVer7 eight hours. There is now j speaking. Many of the employees live ed at any time of the year, and it miles of trackage company's houses, which arc many years, perhaps many Thc of coal is about two-story double houses, arrang- since the seed time when these incncs thick, and is 100 feet be-! cd two streets at right angles, fields were a niass of vegetation. the surface. j All" buildings arc protected against -The-coal is mined by under-cutting''fircby mcans of fire ''with electric cuttinc- the.'houses are supplied with water the dcmnd' rc the output, of thc electric cutting machines or not known. soon compressed air punching machines. cause the residents of to be- then a' hydraulic wedge is used to water pumped from the-wells near the'Bellv river, 'only three miles north of (Continued on Pago 3.) the dent organizations whose representa- tives were present. Mr. Hearst was notified this afternoon officially of the intention of his friends to run him as an independent mayoralty candidate. He said he would give nomination his careful consideration and would reply definitely within twenty-four hours. CANADA TOOK FIRST PRIZES Springfield, ..Oct. Canada's exhibit at the Illinois State fair here took two first prizes today. In addition to the amount stated below, the collections, of ..'St...'Aiigus- tin's, Kriox Church and the Roman Catholic Church were handed direct to the Hospital Board. Receipts Collectors.................... Wesley Church Collection Baptist, 70.00 1.45 Hotels 3.7ft. Expenditures Ribbon Twine .50 Cash in bank u C34.10 ,40 ;