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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Letlibridge, Alia., Monday. October 17, Number 259 On the Proposed Pincher Creek.and Carclstbn' Railway PROMOTER IS BACK On Trail Of Clever Stock Operator SHELDON'S ESCAPE i Mr. Taylor is Not Prepar-jit Is Not Likely Montreal GAME BY INNINGS: 1 23 45 6 7 8 9 R H E CHICAGO 000 PHILADELPHIA 021 00 -131 -471 Philadelphia, Oct. old during the night and broke up and standing )l aut his hpart ahfWf t-iririTrm vumathwr 7e. I a -arirl ''a half WAS fi room Sol put his head above the horizon this morning there was revealed .a double Jine of enthusiastic -base ball fans who completely surrounded the assemblage. .The weather is clean at a and" pleasant. At 7 a- m. double for- J2500" dollar persons in 'the grand stand, mation stretched for blocks along Le- [bleachers and temporary stands in the high Avenue and by 9 a. m., a third joutfield seated twenty thousand -more. RECOVER ALLJSOCIALISTS TO EIGHT HAKI TO WIN I Shilz Park where the first game be- j line hsd When the two teams! Both teams were in good shape When tween Chicago and Philadelphia was met: at two-o'clock the largest base (the game' began..-'... Manager -Chancel being played for the World's Cham- pionship, "-The line began to form be- fore sundown last night. Rooters brought camp stools and chairs and carried their breakfasts and luncheon. The line grew so rapidly that the'po- ball-crowd, thatrwas ever-seen in Phil-Ifirst appeared, early in the corridors] of.-Adeline Hotel and said they were in tip top -condition. .'1.1 n the dressing room Connie Mack 'met Davis and the o ther. prayers; "Ready for anything." said''Manager Mack of; his squad. Both adelphia was on band. Every re- served, seat in' the grand stand was sold.a week ago and the few tickets into hands of speculators lorrvrnandecT fancy prices. ;vThe.. two lice decided not to let the crowd con- pavillJons in the grand stand ssat_ap-J expressed .utmost confidence. ed to Make Any Statement Pinehcr Creek, Oct. to the Man Will Be r. aptured Montreal, Get. develop- prcso there lias been no move meuts are reported in' the Sheldon Fhitudelplna, Aug. first of j the world's series games was the j great event on the. boards in the sport world today. At 1.50 every seat in the grandstand was occupied. The umpires' appeared at 1.55 amid tremendous cheering. After .being- photographed, they took the tie let. railway people's pan toward it is said that one of his lars- along these lines would be m.jnot prosecute the The evidence. That. gcntJernan returned to was rejected. TWO 'warrants town on Friday, but-beyond a sta Uave 'been issued for his arrest and no'tlung- further on. the subject learned. can a good start and it- is doubtful If the j police .will be able to locate him. It If public expression caynts for anj-I has been suggested that if Sh'sluon is .thing', I here is not of doubt [caught'and -sentenced that-he should among the, people, but that -ihp road j be given a --ticker'-> in. his ceil'.and liUjnt-uaJly1. be wneu rn nntn -nairi Despite the. rnissing previously stated" by y our1 correspond- J views to cntcnt. in" av. rccent.lissuc of the. Her- j brotter was a stock m'ariiet. op- aid, there are to be lived up to; eraror'ae large '.sums" for his by -the -'as- defined in Had 'tie not had'-.the "run" bcrla Railway. ...Act and _ compliance npon nim he have con-tinned; in re no- dbUbt-Compulsory Ms opera- transactions'' with the government and taons. by the receipt of large sums of public ar? concerned, they have money, but in addition he -made -large been all of an above board-character, protits by the-market' It and at this stage of the proceedings jjs estimated' by Messrs. Wilks and if they do not take the public into tnat it will take at least .three weeks to prepare a statement onlv following a precedent adopted bv creditors There .'are other railway enterprises who seldom j tween and names .on ttc Iheir hands until the lime is leaves of the nine ledgers have their confidence with respect to their immediate or future plans, they are for lie- rine to do so. The pile, driver which Mr.. McGuire. has hari under construction is now i extremely the-hammer for which, j 15 of creditors to be gone over, and in -such bad shape is the estate "that work will" slow. During the past tiiree days there have been a ciowd before the AVhilc active operations in railway counter in the office the provision- building, are "delayed, no action isbc-jal guardians, filing claims rising ing taken in the -matter of erecting rrom and 550 up to a sunr running elevators or warehouses in the vie-in- I m the thousands. Ail those-who file ity of the proposed station sue. Teachers' Convention Programs have been' issued for the annual convention ot the South- Alberta Teachers' Associa- tion, v.'hich mci'ts in i.he public school here, on the 27th and 28th of this month. The officers of the associa- tion for the present year arc Hon. president, J. W. Brown, M.A.- presi- dmt, II. A. Brownkr.- M.A., 'Clares- holm; vice-pres., Miss Oull, Pincher Creek; K, P. Stewart, Pineh'-r Creek. An address on "Mod- ern .Movement in Education" is to., lie delivered by ]I. M. Tory, ert field'and was out stealing second, Thomas' to Collins. Hofman went out'on a ground bail, Collins to Davis, and the crowd yelled its runs. Athletics Strunk, the. Athletics' centre fielder, was Steinfeldt to ence. Collins foHowed'f.TBith a .single, and Lord was plate, Collins going to off :the scored of the game. Baker "died .stealing-sec- 'ond, Kling to Zimmerman, vand Davis- was thrown out at run. POU.RTH INNING easy out, .ttarry to Davis. .Schulte was sent to Urst on four balls. Hofmanr-one'of the Cubs' reliable hitters, struck out; Chance. Lord lifted a high one to j and Captain Chance came to the', plate. Hofman and retired. Collins .was giv- en a great reception when -he came Chance did not have an opportunity to hit the ball as Schulte was. out to the plate and drove a single to left i stealing. Thomas to runs. Captain Chance brought Mclntyrr. Collins was out on attempted steal. Kling' to runs. SECOND INNING was given.a warm hand when he stepped to the" plate. He drove a hot grounder to 'Barry "and was out at first. Zimmerman lifteo a high foul to Baker and was out. bteinfeldt gave Baker a chance and was an easy out to runs. drove a two-base a pretty stop and throw Baker's and retired him. at first! vent out the same No runs. BODIES Those wKb were Entomb- ed in tKe Colorado SUNDAY: EXPLOSION Candidate In Bye- Electibh Is Busy These Days fJ LEADER ;IS Deputy Sheriffs; are Found Forestry .Officials: SEVENTH INNING jumped the air and pulled down Sheckard's high getting, the latter at first. Scbulte was retired on strikes. Baker made a remarkable stop of Plofman's wicked grounder and got the runner at runs. took Murphy's off the ropes at left centre. Barry-was retired at first by Chance 'unassisted. Thomas was given his on balls; Bender was- out at tirst ;by Chance runs. INNING to the slab and sent 0verall to the oencii. the first-man up -was thrown out, Tinker to Chance. -Barry drove a grounder to Steinfeldt and went out at first. Thomas fan- mns. FIFTH INNING was an easy out, Collins io Davis. Zimmerman, whc hit into left field crowd. Baker was did such 'good hitting In a recent sacrificed to third by lat-igame at Cincinnati., was struck out ter goins out, Chance-to Zimmerman, on four pitched bails. Steinfeldt also was Ius 'base balls. Hofman Icanie to bat and iorced Kane ai. third. Chicago. Collins made a pretty scoop on Chance's grounder and p.ut struck out. Steinfaldt popped a weak ny to runs. Philadelphia Strunk was .tossed out, .'Zimmerman to Chance. Lord sent" a" fly" to Hofman. was given his ".ibase on balls and went, to third on Mclntyre's wild throw in at- 'tempting to catch the Athletic off the bag. Baker 'drove the ball against the field fence for two bases, scor- ing Collins. It was Baker's third hit of the game. Davis was tossed out at run. NINTH INNING reached second on his single and Strunk's fumble, and scored on Kling's single to centre. Kane took his position on first base to" run for Kling. Beaumont batting tor ifclntyre was out, Collins to Da- vis. Kane reached second on the play. Sheckard struck out. Scbulte Guilty; oi Killing'.' a Mirier--; Greensburv, more than 36 hours': deliberation a jury today finding eighteen deputy .sheriffs-guilty of vol- untary manslaughter ac- cused of killing Paul. Reno, a .miner in a strike last May.- 'They.-are'the first convictions resulting -from several trials in connection with' mine "trou- bles. Only- two of' found guilty were able to furnish1 bail. T.he others were sent'.to., jail .pending sen- tence and. efforts to-obtain "a new trial. All Bodies-Recovered Starkville., Colo., the 56 bodies of. miners f the local roine of. the.: Colorado; ;Eud Iron Company by an explosion Oct.; 8th have "been .Twenty-sev- en, were- buried to day V of r the bodies being taken to-'the cemetery in hearses. The others were transported on-a big "p'E them identified.- Mine1 officials 'hope the mine in working order by-Novem- ber 1. Pittsburg' Explosion Pittsburg, Oct. first mine explosion of the season in Pittsburg district was reported from'Cr.eigb.ton. today .where the, McFetridge Brother Hillside coal workings were wrecked. Sunday idleness at the mines prob- ably saved the 250 men who usuallv work there-, from either death or in- jury. It is believed one or more per- sons may have been exploring the workings' with an exposed lamp when the explosion occurred, but miners who sought to penetrate the mine to- day were driven' back by tylack damp before they found trace of anyone. scored a moment later m s beautiful single, the crowd runs. was given a good j.reception as he came to the plate. He {-was unable to connect with Mclntyre's (.curves and struck out. Strunk was [sent to-iirsi base on Tour balls. He (was an ensy oat on an attempted steal j Kling to Tinker. Lord was the third jour, retiring on three pitched No runs. SIXTH INNING lifted a high fly to centre and was an easy out by Strunk. proachcs. :j Scores the Bilingual Schools In His Diocese In Western Ontario Children Not 'Po-f'n'Y DCUlg From. 70 acres of wiirxit. j fart JUT is to hand of j 'Ashriown of hold-up fame. j Montague Clements has op-ene-'i up a j "business town in general .book- i 'J'oronto, Oct. Fallon, i lingual system arc even worse, for in and acco'.mling j Koman Catholic bishon of London. I tnese nine parishes they sot o'nly sev- ami instructor of students. {issued a statement from Goderic-H in J eral lhrough the ffis have mis ed the because-of his atti- ins-rucior ot suiuctus. (issued a statement f A car-id measurinc, 10 inchi-s round TO those who hoati was AilK from an I cry'against him bee. pan oi Mrs. Mor-ucn s premises the. t .bi.Jino-ua, sc] lordship continues: to -bi-lingual schools in Ontario. 10! 'I'ho bisliop admits that his proposi- br as plentiful at first're-ported. ;vas stated with exactitude in the all events ihete are not bite letter Hon. W. .1. Manna wrote to Dr. (n Iifanl of or seen in the; j i-'yne, giving n summary of Tion 'he had with Bishop Fallon. lie sees no reason, he says. wiiy. a snb- of such surpassing importance as 'the of the chilureu should I t-jo flisi-n riay. Prairie ehii-kcns do not appear vicinity. 1 finer or healthier weather, could g the put out.-XDne run. MEXICAN RAILWAY SUFFERS HEAVY LOSS -Mexico Oct.- tae explosion of a boiler tonight, fire destroyed four departments of the shops of the National Railway of Mex- ico, in this city. It is- estimated the loss will amount to gate Conditions (Special td the jj< Fernie, Oct. for election next Saturday -'gives signs. -pi; becoming animated during the. "W. R. Ross, minister oat -of town almost; contirinallj since the .election proclamation issued and. Mr. Bennett has sanctum of "the .Ledger and" is country looking after, his V: No -public, meetings :peeir.: ''-'-_ announce'd but there- will be elbquenc'e- on tap, thornthwait, M.RP. of expected LtQBiQrrow; and upon ar- rival the welkin will begin -to r weli pratorj-; at a rate.1 i The v Conservative more' crowded -thala; 'oi the quarters is swarming .with' 'Bennett WELLMAN'S TRIP ACROSS THE OCEAN "Is it any wonder -that I should; raise my' voice on behalf of all the i cLiUctren who live in what might called the bi-lingoal belt of my dio- cese, and is it not mousirous that' for so doing I should be charged with liosiiiiiy to Ibc French langusae, and to ihc interest of French Canadian In the schools thai, nri? in- New York, Oct. Times this morning prints the roltowins from Wellman, dat- ed on the America at II a.m. ypsterday; "The equi- iibriator is jerking on the air ship at leans from wave to wave, bur no damage has been Believed That a Radical Change in British Sys- tem of Parliamentary Government is Now Under Way-Earl Grey's Scheme York, Oci. cable, ihc scheme in the rough for there spa ten lo the Sun from London are many considerations which msv inniiatiicntal changes in the British modify it. It may he- said in general terms'that idea is immensely pop ular in Irolami, Scotland and Wales. Land Owners Fearful This explains John Redmond's with bated breaths. Tlic '1u'lCl' on children, neit.hcr En.q- OPF.RATOR is SUSY; LIVES LOST j sysioin he scores in the llor is properly- taught or Ga.. j lowing words: ;url srvf-.'ilci-ji injurrd two alleged xbi-ling trains on the CUarlcslon nnii (education as ii prevails in cortain enislu-d ai :prms of the iirovincc oi' Ontario is ab- inc, of cither English or French and iiucrly iiostilo -fo the best interests and Ooccntly ripokr-71. The regulations ol' svstcixi education departnujni. are in anany "insiances nf.teriy disregarded. Bc- CHIISO of iiie roiulHions that, obtnin arc C'ilher not sent to school wen- members of It is said that the opev-, at Mt-Cormick failed to rtiMiver !of Ihe children, both English for the to show ROYAL HONORS FORMA in constitution the whoU-. system of J parliamentary government, arc im- The confi-rence of leadt-rs of i jroVi'minrnl with iho opposition j which has bei-n considering a possible j cent volto iacc after years spent, I compromise on the question of the j uncompromising denunciation ot i House of Lords hcid .-our .srssirmR f .scht-mes of devolution. There is also strong opposition among certain class L-S for example the property holders of Scotland, who arcut" that a- local to riinspivc of- legislature would be invens-cly radical io give the'am! Umt property here would be in ha.s iiet-ii a! but. it i: i prt-ncriil Iiie jrica'i. chaiiixes j than" ever. It is im- cf.'iitempl.itfd. The basis of ihe possible io say progress has i iuir r'.iiiiicfs disnihsion is Marl been made nv ihe conference, hut ii Uic Queen Mother. Amelia smd niri Unki for lllc Em. pir0i xvhit.h lu. -durinp; his Oporto embarked on the Brit- visit, in London in -June. This project, ish royal yacht Victoria and Albert i provides for local home rwlcr for Ire- today while iho Queen Dowager Maria went aboard the kalian warship! at all. or withdrawn in the face j i-ceuina El Kim. The departure 01" the I Seotlum-i, Hnglvmd and Wales. Colonies in the Lonls imperial parliament is to con- of the diiHcnliios. Hy was marked by the is Hit- siUm-ii'on is nov.- eriVicjil. and other memiuM's of the government-have postponed Ili.-ir partisan sport-lies which were hooked foi' nrxt until ret-all has bectiL] all this political activity comes R-3v; Dr. Patterson; o'l'V: I'hijadelphia, late of Bethany-yehurcb in that' city, and W. -W. Weaver, '.bi Ada, Ohio, who are. opening two iveets' -campaign along ".evangel-; ical lines. Dr.- Patterson was: for several-iyeark- pastor of Cook's Presbyterian church, Toronto, and is-widely known as of the most effective evangelists .ir: the country. .-Mr. Weaver is well known arid lik- ed here, having sung simself intc the hearts of church "goers during1 the u-hapman-Alexander campaign' of Apv rll, 1909. The meetings will be held in-the JrTesbyterian church, but people of all- aenominations are interesl in them and it Is expected that gr-ea.4 interest will be awakened in things higher in. the moral scale than" the politics of an ordinary .bye-election-. campaign. Chief Forester F. V. Atkinson, chief forester.of .the .Dominion Conservation commission, is in town arid is looking- into 'the torest conditions and studying" --the metjiods of the provincial fire ward- en system as being conducted the supervision of Chief Fire Warden (jlfittwyn. of the provincial. force. -Air. Atkinson is no exception to the rule 'which seems to obtain with all people who become connected .with this great problem: he is an enthus- iastic supporter of the conservation policies now being to practical test here and over the border. There is so much of vital importance to the people as a whole, and so much that has to be instilled into the mind ol the general public, that time and cai-e will have-to be conserved it the best results are to be obtained while the rorests of the great west are to 'be in tact, Mr. Atkinson speaks highly of the manner in which the British Colum- bia government has taken bold of this great question, and is confident hearty co-operation wil] lie the con- dition which will exist bet.wc-en iho commission, which he t.hc provincial srovernment. Spend Money to Stop C. Gladv.-yn, thiei'Tire warden.'or.' riic provincial force, visitor to J-'crnio and Ic-Il this morn- "'meet orders'-' train. Shortly aft or the, wreck Opcr- Tnen he quotes figures atpr at, McCormick, it _ is) tnat in nine parishes in his diocese ards of children on rolls, ten pupils in to show stop tacsomii'ial1 -nnssed last summer. j UlC separate schools and iln: road, stated that he was .so busy sf'Uinp; tickets that he foniot followed no doubt fleeisioii by the Other hand if a I i UUIU11.I 'I L.1 111-- my confirmation j of salutes and tne playing of samo. numhcr. Thc xvili tour tlie French Canadian pastor of ajthe Portuguese National Anthem. The prise approximately twenty-five Irish, Jed the -sweeping French Canadian parish in Essex British authorities accorded the King i twenty-five Scottish, twelve Welsh must in any ever county said to me in the presence of witnesses: 'Half the boys whom you confirmed this morning (they ranged from eleven to fifteen years of age) train. i Public schools in district under bi-jcau neither read or write.'" lo rtSt'o by an elrct.iuii for conn try. On the. mprornis? is reac-h- involved e'nt- be s-jbmitted to lg on his re'urn Inn io Chief Gkulivyn hoen examii'ing tlv forest conclirions ;.iul ovu 10 (Jisinas I'isirct; fires dssrin.! me summer. The (o .standing proves not to nearly go's roar as reported and his party the honors due j and one. hundred and thirty-eight Er.g- rank. Tlie route from the governor's residence to the wharf was lined with in tb lish Tnembcrs. The senate will include, one hundred of the present lords, the the people, 'bii: the flection would be iiiUil there had been -in niipoiuinitv for a thorough canvas of ere aressefl illation WSis.' This, of course, is only l one or another within a week. last the time of the spread of fir-- ?g to t.hc c.'.'Tromo dry of The sr-'aicst' pel mar.- is sustnincfl where t-hc nres swept, thronsh the slashings o! tne lumbering camps destroying the young timber. ;