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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1908. NO. 2S6, WERE ADRIFT IN CANOE ON Thirteen Day's Exper- ience Of Two Indians Victoria, B. C., Oct. dispatch froM Uoleote says the two Indians lost from the sealing schooner Bayard in by the schooner Markland, had an awful experience, being adrift in an open canoe for thirteen days with only three biscuits as food for ten days. They had seven bis- cuite, tour of which were washed overboard soon after they were lost froia their schooner. No water was in canoe. The Indians allotted thcmeelves one inch of biscuit a day and subsisted on this for nine days. Them rain came and water was caught in a On the tenth day when hope was almost gone they killed a A'CONSERVATIVE PREMIER WOMEN LOYAL TO MIR COUNTRY Women Of Monte- negro Enthused by War Fever HON. R. P. ROBLIN OF MANITOBA L. L. D. FOR MILNER Toronto, Oct university of Toronto today conferred the degree of L.L.D. on Viscount Milner and on Earl Roberts in absentia. A banner, the gift of the Princess of Wales, waa presented to the university by Sir Mortimer Clark. making a fire in the bottom of the boat. The spear pole was broken up aad burned On the fourteenth day after they left the schooner they landed at Brigfel. While trying fpr water they came on some bears and were fright- ened away. The canoe was overturn- ed by the surf, the men being caught underneath by clothing and were ex- tricated with difficulty and both drifted aahore with the canoe split by pounding. It was patched with a shirt and for two was kept aflort by constant baling until a landing was made at an abandoned hut where two quarts of floor were found. Here they lived lor eight days. They went on after the supply was exhausted living on partially eaten fish left on the beach; by ani- mals and ultimately reached an In- dian Tillage. No white' men could undergo an experience so. remarkable. DROPPED DEAD Vancouver, B. C., Oct. of the best known officials in the British Columbia Government, in the person of Mr. C. C. Fisher, Government agent at Kew Westminster, dropped dead thisx morning at Chilliwack. Cctteinge, Montenegro, Oct. remarkable expression of the depths to which tho war fever has penetrat- ed to the SLK a result of the annexation of of Bosnia and Herscgonia by Austria Hungary, was witnessed here today when tho women of the capital unit- ed great demonstration on the streets. They were headed by the Princesses Zeenia and Vera, daugh- ters of Prince Nicholas, who marched through the streets carrying Montene- gran flags. They were followed by a great throng of women of all classes, who chanted war songs and pleaded with the men who followed in their wake to defend the sacred rights of the nation. The two princesses sub- sequently formed a committee for the enrollment of red crosa nurses. BRYAN SAYS TAFT IS ON THE RUN Republican Candidate Afraid Of Los- ing in Ohio -An Appeal to Labor Mansfield, Ohio, Oct. in Ohio, which has been the THOUSANDS ARE STARVING Serins Condhm Of Affairs Exist h Great ports "sent to us and from the Republican Oct. very serious matter of the unemployed in England cornea up for discussion in the House of Commons this afternoon. The gravity of the case arises from the fact that thousands are on the verge of starvation, and the necessity for work was fully realized by the pre- mier, but he said he could not under- take in the legislative field to deal with ihe permanent causes of the trouble until next session. The gov- ernment he said was prepared to provide a fund of to help the unemployed and the admiralty was giving out orders for the con- struction of nine torpedo boat destroy- ers five unarmed cruisers to cost two months earlier than had keen expected to do so originally. premier made also a bid for recruits saying that the war office was ready to take on for win- ter training in 4he special reserves. These proposals quite fail to meet the demands of labor members of the House. speech here today W. J. Bryan said: "Prom what I have learned from re- from reports organization you are already prepared.to vote and you have given such strong intima- tion of how you'.expect to vote that the Republican National Committee finds it necessary at the last moment to turn all ,its guns on Ohio to save the candidate of the state. It is worth something to know that the platform of the .Republican party has already been repudiated by the Republicans of Ohio, that the Republican candidate has already been repudiated by the Republicans of his own. state and if within two weeks of the elections they become so frightened that have to devote their energies to the rescue of this seat from the opposi- tion in. his own state, where he has Swift Current, Sask. Oct. avallee, a notorious Wostorn dos- >erado, wanted on' charges of cattle and horse stealing here and in Mon- tana, was captured last night by aergt. Botteley of the R.N.W.M. Po- ice in a half breed shack here. The police have been after Luvellee for wo years. DRUGGIST SUICIDES Ottawa, Oct. Tink, a druggist shot and killed himself in boarding house this morning. He was 25 years old, and married. No reason ia given for the deed. LARGE CROWD GREETS HON. C.SIFTON Thousands Turned Away From Win- nipeg Meeting DROPPED A Miraculous Escape From Death Of a Bridge Worker Winnipeg, Oct. of people packed the Walker theatre to the last inch of space last' evening and at least naif as many were turned away, when the biggest political ga- thering ever held west of Toronto, ac- corded the Hon. Clifford Sifton and Mr. D. C. Cameron, Liberal candi- dates for Brandon and Winnipeg re- spectively, an enthusiastic reception that waa rendered all the more em- phatic by the fact that an organized gang of ruffians, espousing the Con- servative cause frequently interrupt- ed from the gallery. A CONSERVATIVE PREMIER LOTS OF LAND GOOD FOR FARING Along the Proposed Route of Hudson Bay Ry. EARTHQUAKES AT MANILLA Manilla, Oct. slight shocks sof earthquake were felt here today. The phenomenon was contin- ued at intervals throughout the day. SHIPPED BABY BY EXPRESS Ottawa, Oct. body of an infant child carefully wrapped in a paper parcel has been received at the Canadian express office here from Pembroke from where it was shipped by a youiig man unknown at pres- ent. It was addressed to a local Ca- tholic institution with a request for burial and thirty cents inclosed. McFARLAND WON New York, Oct. Mc- Farland lightweight fighter earned a decided victory over Leach Cross in a six round bout tonight. Both boys weighed thia afternoon at 133 pounds. citadel of -Republicanism, what ca bo sec in other states .where com tions have not been so favorable to and his party? --If my these gigantic efforts are necessary -n how desperate their chances in New York and1 Illinois. After speaking of reported notice given by the New York Central to their employees of a cut of wages, Mr. Bryan concluded with the follow- ing appeal to the laboring men. "La- boring men, the ballot was given to you. not to the railroad1 superintend- ents, and it was given to you because you have a right "to protect your- selves and your children and if they con threaten you with a reduction of wages, if these men at the' head of great industries hold their employees as their body servants and their re- tainers, and vote them in a bunch, how can the American people secure redress against any grievance how- ever great. SCHOOL BURNED Oak River, Man., Oct. big brick four roomed public school .in this town was burned to the ground this morning. The origin is not known 'but there is hardly a doubt that it caught either from the fur- naco or from one of the hot air pip- es. All the children walked out quietly and all the books and quite a lot of furniture were also taken. PINCHER CREEK NOTES ALDERMAN DISAPPEARS Vancouver, B. C., OcL ver business circles are agog today over the issuance against Alderman W. J. Cavanaugh of several writs in civil actions in the Supreme court. He left on Friday last, it is reported, for the United States. Other writs are said to be pending in var- ious cases and in one instance ac- tion is reported to have been taken towards the seizure of Clnrkson hr.s gone to Porxj Hops where he will attend Trinity College. Mr. and Mrs. "B. T. Saunders came back from a three weeks' stay in Vancouver on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bobbie are back from a trip to Chicago. A ttry pleasant social evening was given by the staff of the Union Bank in the bank rooms on Friday last. Progressive whist was the chief source of amusement, six tables being jwt in the parlor. The first prizes won by Miss "Hoffart and Mr. E. W. Harris. Mr. Del. McCrae, druggist, has moved into larger promises across the street from his old stand. Mr. J' W. Green atid family leave today for Vancouver. Mr. Fred Hnire and Miss M. A. Calder of Pincher Creek, m.ir- ried at Cranbrook on the Oth inst. Mr. William Taylor, now of Gran- tim, formerly of Pincher Creek, and Miss Florence MftcDonald wore mar- ried at the Rectory by the Rev. W, G. James, yesterday. A LIBERAL CANDIDATE A miraculous incident occurred at the new bridge about eight o'clock this morning when Alex. Cleaver, one of the structural steel workers, took a straight .drop of one" hundred and twenty-two feet and and talked a few minutes "afterward. Mr. Cleaver was at' Trork on the ri- veting machine between the girders uuder the traveller .when in some way the bar on. which, he was rest- ing slipped and he lolk his balance. Directly below the Dearth slanted somewhat and about foot. of snow had accumulated whieh was the only thing that. in way broke the fall. The which Mr. Cleaver was working :is' one hundred and eighteen feet highland this with about four feet, hpifht at, the cement pier made the-distance rbe> tween the man and the ground one hundred and twenty-two feet. He fell on. hia side. He was carried to a house at the top of the hill and im- mediately regained conaciouinesa, got on his feet and wanted to -walk op- town to have a doctor examine hia arm which he thought was either broken or sprained. His fellow work- men however insisted that he wait the arrival of the ambulance which waa then ordered. At the hospital Doctor Campbell on examination found no serious effects of the severe] shaking up Mr. Cleaver received apart from the fact that both arms were broken. Internally he was not injured. The arms were set and now the injured man is resting, in thia case better than could be expected. An idea of the height .at which Mr. Cleaver was worktogj can be formed by comparison with the standpipc which is eighty-five feet high. It will be remembered what a miraculous escape from death two men had who fell from its top. In that case long months in the hospi- tal was the result. A third man died instantly. Today's accident is won- derful indeed. PLANS FOR DRILL HALL ARE READY Col. Steele Announces That Structure Here Will be of Brick and Three Storeys High Ottawa, Ont., Oct. much of the hitherto unknown country which the proponed Hudson Bay rail- way would traverse on its course- north and east from the present out- posts of settlement on the Sas- katchewan toward the terminus at the mouth of the Churchill river is capable of sustaining a farming pop- ulation is the opinion held by Wm. Mclnnes, of the geological survey de- partment who has just returned from his third season's exploration work in the vast lone land. Mr. Mclnnes had already examined the country along the Nelson river from Split lake southwesterly to the pass and had established the existence of a clay belt suitable for cultivation. Jt was in order to ascertain how far north the belt extended that tho present season's exploration was undertaken and Mr. Mclnnes is now satisfied that the belt runs north from that basin to the Churchill river, an average dis- tance of about 100 milee. Asked as to the mineral wealth of the country, Mr. Mclnnes replied thai the only locality that promised de- velopment waa at Lac Larong where some thirty or forty mining claims have been taken up by prospectors who found gold, silver and copper. Mr. Mclnnes brought back with him j several samples from these claims but until they have been assayed he can express no opinion as to their value. Calgary, Oct. who so recently returned to Calgary, after many weeks in Winnipeg, asu liter in an .inspection- of the squad- portion, at Pvterboro'-: garding military; natters in; the Throughout the three provinces there is greater interest taken ID that whict pertains to his department than ever before. Many towns is the north have shown their desire to form ccaipaniea, and do their little share towards assisting in the train- ing of a still larger number of sol- dktrs. The interest evinced espeeially by our more recently acquired settlers Steele. an .excellent lot of fellows. Col. Edwards, K.C., will be com- mander, and is eminently fitted for the charge, having occupied a like A. site, hits the 'ex- hibition grounds at Edmonton, for the joint drill hall that will do ser- vice for both cities. The car .line within a short distance of the entrance and will be as convenient for Stratheoea as for its northern'neigh- bor. Col. stated that the plans for the drill hall at Lethbridge were completed; in fact he had returned CHARGED WITH BIGAMY Hamilton, Ont., Oct. Kim- ble, Walnut street, is under arrest charged with bigamy. He came here from Walkerville a couple of months from foreign lands is reported to be them to Ottgwa only a short time SENT UP ON A SERIOUS CHARGE especially encouraging. At Regina a troop composed entirely of Germans will next year drill with the squadron. The 101st King's Own Fusileers, of. Edmonton; is now practically assur- ed, in fact all that is now required is the gazetting of the officers, which by the way are, according to Col. GOWNS AND JEWELS GONE London, Ont., Oct. trunk containing gowns and jewels of Mrs. Russell A. Alger, Jr., valued at 000 has been stolen or lost while she was enjoying an automobile trip from Detroit to Buffalo through Ontario. W. H. WHITE, LIBERAL STAND- ARD BEARER IN VICTOR- IA, ALBERTA Boys Injured By Fireworks Montreal, Oct. Three boys seriously injured and six hor- sos stiff oca ted as a result of tho, Lau- hoys wore injured by an explosion of a box of fireworks in Papincau Square while the Liberal leader was pawing on his way to Sohmer Park. The horses wero suffocated in the blazp that, gutted the stable of F. X. St. Charles, Dominqne Bt., as a re- sult of sparks from some of tho, fire- works that wore being sot off in near- by streets as Sir Wilfrid vras leaving Monument National. CHANDLER'S POLICY Jamestown, N. Y., Oct. fovernor Chandler, Democratic can- didate for governor, tonight put him- self on record as opposed to a re- peal of the anU-raco track gambling laws, and said he favored a closer supervision of public service officials by elective and not appointed offici- als. ago. they being sent to him for the purpose of having them' passed by the district office. This building will be three stories high, and be arrang- ed for bowling alleys, smoking rooms shooting gallery, in fact everything that will 50 toward making the men enjoy themselves. The structure will be built of brick. Appear at Packer Creek Charged With Safe BIG MEETING AT GLEICHEN Mr. Simmons Had a Warm Reception In Northern Town FIRE IN MONTREAL Montreal, Oct. to the extent of was caused by a fire in the establishment of 0. P. O'Pierie, Ltd., dealers in leather shoe findings arUi Suoe store supplies, St. Paul St. last night. TYPHOID IN MONTREAL Montreal, Oct. epidemic of typhoid which is visiting the city to be. of a particularly malig- nant type and it has in its grip even more than the usual number of pa- tients. Most of the hospitals report accommodations filled and cases day refused admission. Gleichen, Oct. There was a big storm here last night, but it had no deterrent effect on the meeting called in the Interests of Mr. Sim- mons, Liberal candidate for the- new ridins of Medicine Hat. It is no mete party bluff to say that it was the big- gest meeting over held at Gleichen, because it was, and the candidate na- turally felt elated. Mr. Henry Scott was chairman, and addresses were delivered by E. H. Riley, M.P.P.; Hon. W. H. Gushing and the candi- date Mr. Riley was the first speaker and devoted considerable attention to the Hudson's Bay railway project, show- ing what great benefit it is going to be to Western Canadn. the Calgary Herald's statement that the Liberal party is not pledged to the road and quoted from Sir Wil irid Lnurier and Hon. Frank Oliver to show that tho. Laurior Govornmen is pledged to tho hilt to build th road, and that Sir Wilfrid is faiij seized of the importance of the lin (Continued on Back Page) LIBERAL CANDIDATE CASE AGAINST C. P. R. Toronto, Oct. Du- preau is claiming unstated damages from the C. P. R. for the loss of his littU? daughter, Olive, who disappear- ed from the train between Winnipeg and Fort William some months ago. The' father claims that the railway is respunsible for his daughter's safe de- livery to the point for which the tick- et urchased. Pincher Creek, Oct. import ant case and one which excited much interest, occurred at the Mounted Po- lice Barracks this morning, when McQuillan, and Philip Crane were giv- en their preliminary trial on the charge of attempting to blow .open the mill safe on Sept. 23rd. Tho case was heard before Inspector Me. Donnell of Macleod. The men have in jail nt Maclcod for a month, serving a sentence of one month for vagrancy. Immediately on their re- lease they were rearrested and brought up to Pincher Creek to stand trial on the serious -charge already referred to. The prosecution was in the hands DR. MclNTYRE WHO IS TESTING STRATH- CONA CON ENTERTAINING AMERICANS Tokio, Oct. official lunch- eons, Admiral Togo's magnificent garden party, a dinner given by Pre- mier Katsnra and a ball at his resi- dence were the principal features among the innumerable forma of lav- ish entertainment offered the officers and mon of the TJ. S. battleship fleet today. YIELD AT MACLEOD Mac! cod, Oct. 23 to 30 bushels por acre seems to be about the average in this part judging by what one can learn from men are operating threshing machines. ,r" t, Mr. Pickard, manager of the mill. But as wheat is 75 cents per bushel A, u i i was the first witness called. He stat fanners have no very serious kick to register ow found the office on the morning of the 23rd. Inspector Bel- cher and Corporal Moses, R.K.W.M. P., told of receiving information irom Mr. Pickard and of going up to the mill. Also of taking up the chase OTTAWA'S POPULATION Ottawa. Oct. assessment rolls this year give Ottawa a popu- lation of an increase of since 1906. The total assessment ex- clustive of Government property amounts to an increase of over last year. MR. GREENWAY JLL Ottawa, Oct. Thomas Green way, ex-premier of Manitoba, who haa recently been appointed a oinffibtT of the Board of Railway Commissioners is confined to apart- ments at the Windsor hotel suffering from a serious attack of asthma. FOUR LIVES LOST Nrwhurgh. N. H., Oct. steamer New York, of the Hudson rivor day line was hurned to the water's sedge at Marvel's ship yards early this morning. Four lives were lost. Muskogee, Okla., Oct. one hundred Shawnee and Potteawat oie Indians are missing and maybe dead in a cloud burst which occurred lonay between McLeod and Benson Park, Oklahoma. All the small streams in that location are higher than ever was known. All comrmm- ication is cut off and further particu- lars are unobtainable, at this hour. DEATH IN TORONTO Toronto, Oct. Burns, one of the city's oldest business men died today aged 73. A wife and six child- ren survive. afterwards and of eventually finding the two in an old disused shade five miles east of town, of discovering a file and a. skeleton key on McQuillan, when searched. Messrs. ,T.J Braniff. S. W. Berry, and Wm. Reid) told of seeing the men at various times and places on SUR- day and Monday. Detective Piper then related how he and Const. Bower had searched the shnck on the. 2nth. finding a re- volver, skeleton key and some steel drills buried or otherwise hidden. one of tho drills was some asbestos which was of the same kind as some found in the mill after the attempt. This drill when tried fitted the hole in the safe. It should have been stated above that, at the time of arrest, an article resembling a watch but which upon examination turned out to be an el- ectric drilling device, was found in the shack by Corporal Moses. Accused reserved their defense were committed for trial by Inspec- tor MacDonnell. ;