Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
x 'f I Daily Herald IVOL II. LETHBftlDQE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1909. NO. XCITEMENT IS VERY GREAT Executipn of the I Spanish Revol- I utionist J Barcelona, Oct. i'Ferrer died with the cry, "Long live HHtlie .modern upon his lips. and- other brief details of yes- execution 'of the convicted IH revolutionist escaped -the censorship day. Though he had refused their B ministrations, two priests of tke Or- der of Peace and Charity followed Ferrer-to--the ditch where he was Iff shot and murmured prayers. -To a that his eyes should not be [bandaged, General Eserin replied: traitoir has no right to look upon -ffitTne faces of Ferrer refused to kneel and stand- Iffmg ".erect as the rifles wore turned exclaimed: "Aim straight! ing live the modern schools I" Italy Indignant Rome. Oct. meet- are being held throughout Italy lib consequence of yesterday's events Barcelon a. In this city tha prc- against the execution of Ferrer Jfiias brought business almost to a Standstill. "Workmen- generally have Abandoned their employment. No treet cars are being operated and Illsabs and automobiles remain at their tations with no one to take them whole normal life of Ifoe flffity is -interrupted. Among. the" mass- the feeling" grows turbulent as the >le attribute the execution of llffrevolutionist. to xeacti-omsm; Vatican and Jesuit support. The and Austrian embassies and RAYMOND'S SECRETARY HAS RESIGNED At the council meeting last Mon- day evening, iMr. G. H. Budd, who has secretary-treasurer of Eay- mond for the past two years, handed in his resignation to taka effect on Nov. 30th. The town has lost a good official, one-who wjis a faithful worker; and it will be'J'hard to find a successor who will attend to the duties of office to more advantage than did Mr. Budd. BOILER BLEW UP Montreal, Que., Oct. a rear-- which startled tha. inmates of the JBatli one of the boilers in the cellar blew up today. Arthur Willett so seriously injured that he died in hall 'an hour, and Charles Banks, fireman was badly shaken up sent to jtihe general Curiously the damage to the .building was slight, ERECT FOUR STOREY BLOCK BIG CELEBRATION AT DIAMOND CITY TODAY MRS. BULYEA DRIVES THE LAST RAILWAY SPIKE Mrs. W. H. Gushing Pressed the Electric Button Guests Are Welcomed By Lieutenant-Governor Turpin Furniture Co. Will Have Fine Building Plans are being prepared for a four storey building to be erected on Red- path street for the Turpin Furniture Co. The block will be located on the lot adjoining the company's. present location and work will commence in the course of a few. -months, i The en- tire space afforded by the- four .floors will be occupied by the company who firid it rather difficult to display their and extensive stock to an advantage. In the meantime the basement of their present store is being fitted up and will be used as display space. There is a big celebration going on at Diamond City today on the occa- sion of the completion of the railway there and the shipment of the first ear of coal. A special train left- Lethbridge about ten o'clock taking with it the Diamond Coal Company's special car in which their party had come from Calgary. In the. party were Lieutenant Governor president of the company, VMrs. Bulyea, Thos. Underwood, managing director; Hon. W. H. Cusning and Mrs. Cushing, Mayor R. R. Jamie- son, .Rev. and Mrs. Sycamour, Halstead, district freight .agent of the C. P..R.; Mr. and Mrs. McLaren. Mr. and Mrs. McLean, C. Staihes of Calgary, W. J. Thorold; managing director of the Daily Mail, and Mr.'Matting, of London, Eng., Mayor Lee, W. A. Griesbach, Prof. Edwards of Fdmonton. From Leth- bridge went a large number of the delegates to the convention of the Union of Alberta Municipalities, W. A.' Buchanan M.P.P., and others. train arrived at.Diamond City about noon and was greeted with the blowing of all the whistles of the town. The train, which was the first to come over the new line, car- ried, all told about one hundred pass- engers. Immediately after the arrival of the train Lieutenant Governor Bui- yea made an address of welcome and in a few brief, remarks stated the condition and prospects of the -com- pany. He invited the company to look over the property and notice the remarkable development. Last Spike Driven He then called upou Mrs. Bulyea to drive .the of the track. Mrs. Bulyea drove the spike right home, being greeted hearty. ap- plause upon the completion of the act. Mrs. W. H. Gushing next touched the electric-button that started the big tipple going, and after that Mrs. Sycamour dumped the first car of coal, which was weighed by Mrs. Toney. The party looked over the engine rooms, dynamos, building, etc., of the plant after which they adjourned -to lunch. Almost the entire company sat down at the first table to partake- of the splendid luncheon pre- pared. Lieutenant Governor Bulyea took the head of the table. After lunch the party visited the mine and were guided through it by the officials of the mine and of the company. Everybody was very much pleased with the mine and the town. The party will return to Lethbridg about five Jo'clock. MAN ARRESTED FOR STEALING FRUIT Chief Gillespie read in yesterday's Herald an account of the theft of fruit, from a car on the track billed to the Good Co. -He immediately ask- ed his men to keep on the lookout with the result that a man named John Redd, is in the cells and will come up tomorrow morning. He was seen carrying a sack to a restaurant. A description was secured' and be was located at six this morning. PORT ARTHUR-.WANTS MUCH HOPES TO GET IT ALL Port Arthur, .Ont., Oct. Matthews, Alderman: Burk and Pres- ident Wiley, of the Board of Trade, have returned from Ottawa and re- port that the government gave them every encburagment in their request for breakwat.-ir extensions, experi- mental farms -and- fish hatcheries in this district. CONVENTION OPENS THIS EVENING MINER KILLED AT FERN IE to the Herald.) Fernie, B. C., Oct. employee of the coal com- pany, named M. Carlo, work- ing at 'the coke ovens .here, was caught beneath a moving car and so badly cruslied tftiat died just as he was being taken into hospital this morning, -at 7 o'clock.- He was about.-twenty-five years of TIGERS TAKE TO-D AY'S GAME C. N. R HAVE SITE IN CALGARY From Contest Score 5-4 TELEQRAPHiC BRIEFS Strathroy, Ont., Oct. ilrtary authorities -will prevent ser- jjie :Vatican closely guarded by old Morgan Pierce was impaled on a and it is thought that the, potato digger yesterday and killed. lineasures adopted by tfie police and North Bav> Qut_? Oct- "1 -J. _ _ _1T_ _____ Spannem, an Italian, convicted of; the murder of a sixteen-year-old China- man in a Haileybury restaurant last July, was sentenced to be hanged on November 26. North Ont., Oct. Gouin, arraigned on the charge of murdering Carrie Russell in a shack Sous trouble. France Excited Oct. police records rthat ontr policeman was killed seventy-six persons were wound- d'uring last night's Among (arrested five The press with tine es- lilception Royalist and clerical continues today to express over the, execution of and to predict that grave will follow in Spain. The So- SptiiSZ" are planning further dernon- throughout the country. )uring the night students in the La- in quarter burned King Alfonso in Count de Castellaine has advised the Spanish Ain- to France to bring suit the papers which have iri- Alfonso. for manslaughter and one for murder. Toronto, Oct. at the Upper Canada t College was marked by the unveiling by Col. G-. T. Den- nison of a portrait of Wm. Wedd, M. A., L.L.D., for over 45 years master in the old school. Niagara. day's heavy snow storm which' con- tinued all night; caused serious age to the fruit trees in -this dis trict. Thegrape -and late peach crops j have also been damaged by the cold- Montreal, Oct. body of the late Sir Henri Taschereau, chief jus- tice of the court of the King's bench. Cup Hockey team, was badly died Monday in France, will be EARL GREY IS AFRAiD TO TALK Makes Humorous Reference to Cal- gary Incident at Winnipeg Winnipeg, Man., Oct. Governor General, before an enthus- iastic at the Acadian Club today made a'practical and patriot- ic speech. It was punctuated with the heartiest applause throughout. He referred good naturedly TO the criticism of-the press for liaving; at Calgary overstepped the constitution- at Cobalt last November, will., al limit by speaking1 on .a public to face another trial. The jury at j topic. "What then can I-talk the assizes here were unable to agree j he jokingly asked. His patriotic ten standing out for acquittal, one i peroration, referring to the bonds of relationship between Canada and the Old Xand, were enthusiastically re- ceived. Detroit, Oct. weather again greeted Pittsburg and Detroit as they, prepared for what may be the last game of the World's Cham- pionship series at Bennett Park to- day. Both teams- "arrived in good shape from National Commission's special train, A heavy j frost greeted them as they emerged Calgary, Oct. That the Canadian Northern Railway Company has secured seventy acres of land just east of the new hospital and that they will enter the 'city at this point, crossing the Bow river and build a union depot on the Barracks ground in con- 'junction with the Grand Trunk Pacific is the informa- tion given last night by. two prominent residents of -gary, who are in close touch with tbe: inside affairs of .the new roads entering the city HAD HEARD OF from their cars- out the bright sun- shine warmed .the air a :bit and con- ditions for today's game promise to he better than any that have been played in this city. Detroit is desperate and will fight to the last ditch today, as a defeat will .give the greatest honors in or- ganized baseball to the National Lea- gue champions. During the series each team" has won the alternate OUR POLICE WORK Municipal Delegates pet Pointers From the Chief A number of the delegates to the municipal -convention inspected tfhe police department this morning. They had xead of the'work of the mient and were supplied with the various files, blanks, reports, etc., used by the local force. Chief Gillespie is in receipt, of a number of letters from prominent men in different parts of the province complimenting him on his method of KEEP OFF THE SIDEWALKS BRUCE STUART INJURED Ont., Oct. -Bruce Stuart ptaih and rover of the Ottawa Stan- ip, as the result of being run down a horse on Albert street near the Bloomer of Metcalf this evening. Stuart crossing the street when a horse around the corner and knock- him down. he was not n over. Stuart was picked up un- jpconscious, with bad cuts in his head He was carried into a iy' house and attended by phy- Several stitches re- ed to' close the wound and he be laid up a week or so. jjlphd face. ilLLHAVETO CLOSE SALOONS brought home for burial about Oct. 29th. Brandon, Oct. The Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada met in the council chambers at ten o'clock this morning to consider com- plaints against the railway compan- ies whose lines run through this dis- trict. When the commission opened this morning eight cases were report- Some Citizens Show Lack Of Common Sense Lethbridge, Oct. 13, 1909. Editor Lethbridge Herald Dear Sir should like through garae; Pittsburg -taking the first and Detroit the second. Therefore, it is Detroit's turn to win, and both Man- ager Jennings and his men are confi- dent of a victory. Pittsburg is equally confident of carrying off the championship in to- day's: game, and one of the most des- perate baseball battles ever waged is expected by thousands of enthusiastic fans who' journeyed out to the park, many of "them arriving several hours before the game was scheduled to begin. Donovan is the probable choice of Manager Jennings despite the cold weather, as it is the last chance for de-aling with delinquent boys. the American Leaguers an-d Donovan the medium of your paper, to bring is considered the proper man to win MRS. BULYEA IN ACCIDENT Rig Threw Occupants Over the Bank Mrs. Bulyea, wife of Lieutenant- Governor Buly-ra, and .some friends were the victims of an accident this to the notice of the public the de- plorable fact that while there are jfeat of Pittsburg in the second game of. the series. If Donovan is able to win today v f j morning which fortunately did not this game because of his decisive de-! m. many citizens who take pride in the I beautifying of the city, there 'are others 'who evidentlv go about Detroit supporters are certain _j r_ _ -_ rr-l_ WI1U CVIUtllLlV tiU O'Brien, Wetaski- M. Drain-- Calgary; "Wilfrec Gariepy, Edmonton; Geo. H. Elliott, Strathcona; Fred H. Bryson, Calgary; H. H. Gaetz, Esd Deer; Dr. J. H Eiivers, H. Bucjd, Baymond; T.H.Hacris, Haymond; tH. Mitchell, TincKer Creek'; W. Wilson, Frank. BOMB THROWING AT INGERSOLL, ONT. Woodstock, Oct. Aid. James Buchanan, of Ingersoll, w'as lighting a. cigar in the bar of the Kerwin Hotel, friers was an explo- sion of a small bomb, thrown uy some unknown person and his thumb and two fingers were blown off and his right.eye badly injured. K6 clue. TEACHER FINED FOR BRUTAL PUNISHMENT Regina, Sask., Oct. Earl Grey, Magistrate Geo. Powell had be- fore him, Miss G. M. Hawkes, teach- er in the public school, on a charge of assaulting one of the pupils and fined .her and costs or 30 days n jail. The pupil was a little gin of 11 years. Evidence was that the teacher's treatment was brutal. TAFT HAS ACCEPTED CRANE'S RESIGNATION Wasniugtop, D. C., Oct. loubt as to- what action President Taft would take witih respect to. the resignation of Charles R. Crane, Min- ster to China, resignation, was.'dis- pelled by receipt, this morning of L dispatch from the president addres- ed to his secretary, Mr. Carpenter, him jto convey to MV. announcement of the fact that lis resignation had been accepted. BAD STORM ON LAKE ERIE Cbveiand, Ohio, Oct. After fighting desperately for over 24 hours the gale prevailing on- Lake WELL UP TO New Orleans, La., Oct. spe- cial to the Times-Democrat from Bluefields', Nicaragua, by wireless by Colon, says: "The revolution headed by General J. Estrada against President' Zelaya has aroused the entire connr try and seems to be sweeping republic. the people-art reported to be flocking to the axmiet of "the revolutionists. "From the interior comes news that the revolutionists have seized Rivaa and also that Oorinne, .the sea port the Pacific !has declared for the "Revolutionists and has overthrown the government. "News from Grey'town today ill that there was some fighting ruesday before, the city was taken by the revolutionists. Col. ai the head of a force of saveoral dred revolutionists arrived at Grey- own before the main Txxly of the in-. surge'nts under General BB- teada. "Col. Ugarte called upon tJhe ganv rison to surrender, but was met witli a volley. His men returned t'he fire and after a.fight rushed the garrison and captured it and "took possession 1 of the town with no, further ance. t !CIn the fighting theiv were some fatalities, several men being killed on either :side and a number wound- ed. "Upon the aa-rivals at .Gtreyto-wn. later in -the evening t of Tuesday the main body under General Estrada, the entire. forces left for the interior to attack the fortified town of Cas- tillo." ONE RAILROAD MAN' PLEASED PRESl, C. M. Hays Says There Will Be Change of G. T. Policy Montreal, Oct. 14. In an inter- view -tfhis- morning, General Manager Hays, of the Grand Trunk, said H" a special mseting of the shaxeholdr. ers -approved- his appointment as President of the G. T. E., the change would not take place- 1 until January 1, 1910 He said kind things about what printed of him and of numerous telegrams and messages of congratulations' from all over the country The directors' change, he added, was simply of titles, not of policy. Asked if he appoint a new general maa- replied the President is gen- eral manager. "I don't think there will be any changes in the official staq as the result of my change of Df Railway Construction In Canada If Wanted Ottawa, Ont., Oct. of St. George's Societies have started movement opposing, allowing of Oriental laborers on railways being constructed in Canada, while there are probably men in Eng- opportunity to come to this coun- try to do this work. Erie, a crfew manning) ifthe pumps and signals of distress flying, the barge Chilian, owned by James Davidson, of Bay City, Michigan, was towed last night into h-arbor at Fair Port. Ohio, by tugs sent to her Washington, Oct. 14. In its review of the foreign crop conditions, the crop report issued by the U. S. bur- eau of statistics of the department of agriculture today states thati the re- Jdid Jennings. He had Maddox, thejandoah early yesterday. winner of the third game i ___________" WViil-AAA VVV'U. O.I tlUOti- down for the (lay. One can under- t0 win badly as coal parted froni the steajner Shen. stand a person accidentally making a mistake, but recently some person evidently thought it funny or clever to walk on V newly laid piece of con- crete for a distance of about one hun- assistance. The barge bound up with suits of this year's 'harvest came quarters at the Cowley House. with canvas, a barricade and a light who .was batted out of the box in the second game, and Willis working out i WEBSTER BEAT MONTE ATTELL their arms. It is expected he will j L.os Angeles, Oct. ten- pin his faith on Maddox for this j round fight between Monte Attell, crucial -battle. It is understood the building of 'the at each end, so. the of- new structure will be rushed and com was evidently committed delih- RrCCS and pleted in time for service during the coming winter. Cowley has been greatly- interested in this bridge as it will bring a large amount of business to the town that legitimately belongs to it, but which has been going to Pinchcr Creel-: and Macleod for lack of facilities for crossing the river. erately. We are doing our best to lay good sidewalks and we expect the citizens to co-operate with us in keeping off the walks until they arc opened to the public. I am, Yours respectfully, WM. RADCL1FFE, City Concrete Inspector. registers -0 de- the weather predicts the tempera- ture will remain stationary through- champion Bantam weight, and Danny Webster here last, night wont. T.hp. limit. Thc decision, which was left to the morning newspapers, went to Webster. No decision was permitted, D. oilt the game. Thcifrom the rinS- sun is shining brightly. There was a distinct falling oft in thc attendance and when the game started there were thousand j-Hntton wqnt fishing at -noon yes- "c within the park, 'umpire Billy terday._ This morning his 'overtupn- j ed boat was found near the beach. Tt is believed that he was drowned. DiED WHILE FISHING Out., Ocit. (Continucd on Page Five.) well up to expectations in Canada. In Europe the situation is some- what mixed. In Russia, Hungary and the Balkan states experienced considerable disappointment in. the actual yields, while in France, and even more in Germany, where only THREE INSURANCE COMPANIES UNlli moderate were looked for, entertained a month ago. CHASE CALLED OFF Ottawa, Oct. Sherwood, Commissioner of the Dominion Po- has been called off the chasa of thr- Pickanock safe blowers. Nothing has been heard of the trio of des- perados since th; exchange of shots with the officers of the law at Galet- ta on Saturday night. Toronto, Oct. is being an- nounced to the agents of the Equity, Metropolitan and the Independent fint insurance companies that in the in- terests of economy, the thorough and efficient cultivation of business, and improved supervision these companies have been brought under one.general management ami Wm. Greenwood Brown, who has been general manag- er of the Equity company from its inception, has been appointed manag- ing director of the Metropolitan and Independent as well. The companies i7.ations, but harmoniously associated in a way that will "be of advantage to thc agents, the insuring public and thc companies themselves." Montreal, Oct.. turtle weigh- ing pounds, which -was captur- ed near Halifax, is on exhibition a local meat shop. The reptile put up a three-hour fight against a. boat's crew when captured.