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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Libttqr LCTHBRIMt. ALJtUTA, DAY, OCTOMft M, MM. FROM CHICAGO TOSKAGWAY IN 5 DAYS What the a T, P. Will Be AWe To Ac- complish Victoria. B. C., Oct. between Chicago an4 what 1'rasidant or the Grand MIW iUltOICAL INSTRUMENT. Haart and DUf Trunk UDM card of the new line will show. As to 'di the work in general aild'he bad over odd now un- t der construction in this province and was well satiated. -He said" that in spite of the great 'amount of jock cutting on the first hundred up rapid made that he expects that when he makes Ma Inspection next Paris, Oct. medical eir- are, atftfeh interested in the in- vention of Dutch phyaiolof ut, K. ihcvien, .who baa constructed an which vubleti heart to be photograph 'd. jftsirament, the sensi- bility of which 'finer than the hu- man tion of thV, stethoscope, microphone, phonograph, and galvanometer. When IB performed by Dr' Einthovein'g iiW.-ntioo, a photofra phic record- of the oscillation of s sheet of aluminum shows the naturo cf. the heart Photographs of normal heart beau are very different from those of diwased organs. An would be able .to tell by examining the photographic racings not only whether the heart aa unsound, but what was the spe- ific affection. TOOK ALL THE MONEY FROM VAULT CANADIAN AUTO RECORD. Oct. The Canadian, record .for a milj. was broken esterday b'y W. C. Howcr in a race lime. He drove a UcLaugh. in car, 04 horse-power, a mile in one minute and eight teeonda. The pre- record was one minute t_-n sec- year to 'go over action la cars. On the other side o( the Rock- ies'-thefVis a long stretch from Wia- nipog west that Is crop this year, while of Edmon- ton hundred-miles Js well uti- dcr way., i At time_the survey of the town lots, at Prince Bupert IB un- der May X next, Mr. Haj's says, these will on the marketj FINAL MEETO OF THE CAMPAIGN QUARRELLED ABOUT CHURCH. Baptist Bridt and-Mcthoditt Husband Couldn't Bride Shot Herwlf New Yort, Oct.' A despatch to the Tribune from Shreveport, La. "says: Mrs. Bonnie Mattlockj seven teen years, old, a bride of a f w and a Baptist, disagreed with Jicr a Methodist, as VJ which >they should attend, and sho herself dead. As Mattlock kft home forn4he his don't wait and churchou will regTet i Mattlock. did not heart a shot returned found hi wife dead. DROWNED AT. GUYSBOAO. Guyaboro, 9ct. v aged her today while stepping from one boa to Bank In Quebec Province Was Robbed nds. WAS HELD ON THE STREET, AND BOTH THE SPOKE. CANDIDATES The .crowd that attended the meet- ing called by the supporters of Mr. Magrath on Saturday night was a record breaker. When the time for beginning the proceedings came the large auditorium at the Lyceum packed and such a large crowd'wait- ed around the doors desiring admit- tance that it was decided to the 'speaking take place from the, balcony ofthc hundred peo- ple filled the- space across -the. street and'naturally high. by the. friends of both W. HT. r Quebc-c, Oct. branch of the Banque Provincial at Strapple Ik'Uechase County, was visited and; dynamited by burglars early Satur- day morning, and all the contents of the vault taken away. It was a lit- tle after midnight when Mr. Fiset; the local manager, was awakened by an explosion. He jump-, ed. out of his bed. As he stepped into the bank he was received with several revolver shots, a ball passing through his right hand and wrist. Mr. Fiset dropped his revolver and ihouUxl ior help. burglars, num- bering eight, flVd, covered with their own revolvers. cititen hearing the explosion and of his a rifle. As it waft, his-wife put a lantern m the win- dow, 'and -instantly the fellow was surrounded byt the burglars, each holding a revolver. He.dropped the rifle. The. burglars got out of village without further, interference. They took all the money in the vault, amounting to about A posse was immediately organized in pur- suit. Their track was found this morning. .A squad of provincial po- lice leftVthis afternoon to the' posse. AM ELCCTWW SPECIAL WILL BEAT ALL SHIPS IN THE WORID Two New White Star UMTS Will Plough OPEN Tokio; Th RAILWAY. Formosan Rail- way, whicil was was formally. opeiied today in the presence of Genefal Prince of the army, and a large number of especially in- vit'd guests. is threaded throughout by ex- tend over a length of 334 Many made since and the island Ijavc been greatly d veloped. the JLJ5-2 DEBENTURES 01 LEADING WILL, WHEN FINANCIAL CONCERN N FATALITY AT WINNIPEG. BUBONIC Lisbon; AZORES. The bubonic plague has redoubled violence ia TercHraT one of the Azote Islands. ENGUSH FOOTBALL T London, Oct. football jMunej the Tirst, second and sonl- tncrn leagues, plaj-ed today, resulted Mr. Magrath took the platform first ami the local situation al- most entirely, -Jlr. Simmons dealt with the gceat issues before the coun- try as a, whole. Both' candidates spoke against bringing personalities into the campaign. 1 Wj-C.-Eves closed the meeting. Hus opening remarks were directed against Herald." which be Winnipeg, Oct. terrible acci- dent "occurred here in which Mra. Storry Holmcs_and her 14-year-old their lives. Mrs. Holmes was breakfast, and used oil to start the fire. Her cloth- ing ignited, and was a crisp. Her son attempt d' td his and" waa baHly burned' that he died a few hours later. Amongst recent to Leth bridge was Mr. K. "B. Stark, of the Dominion _ Corporation Limited. on a' tour o in of his" firm and his -visit- to Jlithbridge was in 'connection with toe issue of deben tures, which were recently authorized by the water and..kwe New York, Oct. Star linen Titanic and Olympic, -ac- ording to announcement made yes- erday by the oMcials of the line here will be in commission on New York, Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton service in about two rears and will be the biggest and fin- est although not the swiftest, a world, They will be 860 feet long, or 70 longer than the Cunardcr Maur- etaniu, ship afloat, and will Eare a speed of about 22 kabtn in all kinds of weather, their fiffan- tic size making it possible to defy even the fifty foot graybacks of the cycloaic will be of-unusual depth aad to tremendoua cargoec that will help to them profitable. The line thinks transpor- tation is to lhe' solved by big and swift ships that can run on schedule except' in very foggy weather'. It was said that the new will not exceed -the Hauretania by gross in itself represents a of good dimensions. Jhe keels of the Titanic and Olym- pic will be laid at the yards of Hajr- land Wolff in Belfast in January. ALIVE AFTER IJTOftCY Was a carrying and Struck on New York, Oct. John Stokes, a negro; employed by the, Hunt and McWilliam ConatriAciloo Company, landed at the bottom of shaft in a building' being erected at 37 to 43 Weat Twenty- sixth Stre-t, quickly scrambled to his feet and remarked that it a mighty lucky thing that he struck on head. "Ah'd sure butted man pins if Ah haaiin't- landed on mah he aaid, "and it tho' WM a mighty lonf fall." who earrying bricka to the matbnji, kwt his balance on the ninth floor; and toppled 'faato the vator shaft. An aurgeoii from the New York found that beyontf a dinlocak4 Wt ahouUJ- er snd bruises he not hurt. QUIET IN OOHCA. Oct; in- aurreetion in Corea is practically end- ed.. The troops ari ttill on active duty, but insurgente hare dwtadlod element. It ia stated that Prince Ito, former dent.General at Seoul, will probably t. turn to Corea early in Korember. Two-thirds oi the trccps in North China will be withdrawn io few days. ,tioa of political circles today the ar- on a charpt of bribery of Wm. A. Carson, a well known citiaen aad Dominica charge Canoa by of hia Samuel Calvert, who him aad Hawklaa to vote for Camtroa, caadi- date. Canon a- kaown curiar and sporting uea, a member and of UM Manito- ba Braadi. B6ta USTWEEIOF U.S CONTEST aad Mactood kept; ia jail uatil the Mcur: Robt. a known play- er also- for bribery morning. relcaaad on bail. contect very bit- ter, both watcaiag more- mentH of prominent election A heavy vote bciaf poll- ed in the city and contatt will very close. DOUBTFUL STATES TO K DE- LUOED WITH LAHOE NUMBER OF SPEAKERS. STEAMSHIPS DELAYED. DR. PARKHURST RJESIONS. purpoees. -TW not in a position on at present but Mr. Stark's firm baa been pro- mised an opportunity to. submit a bid ior_ xhejv are ready for the market The.Dominioa SecuritieB Corpora- tion is the largest of our Canadian bond and debenture houses, having offices ia Toronto, Montreal and Lon- don, England. It is a tribute to Led- bridge to have their favor- ably passed on by the' leiding finan- cial authorities in Canada, and the Lethbridge citizens will be infer- 1 citizens and authorities will-do well Wedding Of a -Popular Couple New York, Oct. It becamV known today that Rev. Dr. Chaa. H. Parkhurst has resigned the presidency of the Society for the Prevention of Crime, an office which h3 had held or seventeen years. The resignation nd the for it will be formally announced at a dinner to be held at IB Gotham -_ next New York, Oct. election day littl a more than a week away the leaders of all the political, parties to- day started out in the final' effort of what it if expected to be a sensation- al finish of the national political cam-" paign. New Toii u the real battfc niaintainod was. the oi-gan of mons and DeVeter for "slander estcd in learning of the marriage of two popular young people, Dr. Eobart Chesney McClure and Miss 'Ehzab th ,G. (Bess) Stewart. The Sim- liappy event was celebrated- at the rcsidenc2 ,of Mr.-and Mr. Geo. Mel- ing the campaign but brought no di- rect charges. JIc accused the enumer refusjng >tQ- on rose Bc-11, Balmoral Court, Winnipeg, on-Wednesday last.; Rev. C. W, Gor- don (Ralph Connor) officiated J Dr. the lists when he had sent them to and McClure returned to Leth- of leaving names off, bridge on Saturday evening. In the the lists. lie claimed there were course of a few they will leave votes south of the and to ?pend the winter in California, only 749 the -lists, ..-He.aiso The groom has been a much'-efit em- to endeavor to add to the- already favorable position whiehrthe City Lethbridge occupi's in the eyes of investors. AN ITALIAN WAS KILLED AT said that, voters -as the "enumerators S i noons.; and canvassed.- at [od resident of- Lethbridgc for some Nolis.Countjr.l, Liverpool 2: United iTanchester c'ty Bristol city. 1, Middlcisborough 1. Sheffield North End 0: Leicester Foea 1, Sheflield United 1 Evcrtpn 8, Aston Villa 1. Manchester 'United 2, Notts For- eat ai----; Bradford Sunderland 2. Chelsea 6. offices. .-___ the if ,it-were good why, -lyearSr and at one time was an alder- The- bride everybody knows, And regards fondly as a young, lady wlwtV, should next March'-and that, it was -no usC unless .ma'A dropped 00 or got killed. that only married men jjot an indemnity.- 1 Birmingtiam 1, Clapton. Orient 9- Blackpool 2, perby County "2. .lBol ton Wanderers 2, Burnlcj- 1. Town 4. Kuli City 0. TSillhim 1.' Gainsborough Town 1, Oldham Ath ictic 4. 'Clossbp 1, Tottenham Hotspurs 1. Grinisby Town 3, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0. Stqckport county iLXKarnsley 1 :__ West Bromwich Albion 2, Leeds Music was utrnwfhedrhy the Band and the Lothbridge Concert of jpyial and bright r Dur- ing h'er service in the city she made hosts of friends, who will ex- tend hearty congratulations. REPORTERS ORDERED OFF. Not Wanted in Trinity Church, C Lenox, Lenox, Mass., Oct.. news- paper ihen are.bamcl from attending Trinity. Episcopal Church. The Rev. RANCHER FROZEN TO DEATH. SUf-m at Maple Fatally to Man and Sheep Maple Creek, Oct. blizzard j which tied up the trafGc for .two j days resulted, in the death of Harr> i Martin, of Martin Bros., sheep ranch ers. While se king sheep during .the storni Martin was frozen to death. Driven by the storm sheep be- THE MINE ROOF INLAND HE WAS CRUSHED TO DEATH; Frnnk. Oct. Italians working in the Bollevue mine: shoyeL ing coal, part of the roof broke-away and killed instantly Koci Marepodie an. Italian. Coroner Pink ley wa's notified i an inquest will be held. tomorrow. C. H. Caured arrived last .week tt take a position in the R. M. C. Co of Blairmorc. His household amounting to SGOO cus toms last Vriday. The company ar rapidly completing plant an will soon continue producing cement longing to Ivor Wilson went into the Harold Arrowsmith, r ctor, personal-; lake and penshed. Some 500 .sheep SOUTHERN LEAGUE 2, Northampton .1. Brighton 1, Exeter 2. Crj'stal Palace 3, Portsmouth 2. Prentiord 1T- Swindon 0. Plynwuta. AtaMic 1; 3. 5 Leyton 3, New Broinpton 0. Southampton 4-. Mill wall ly barrod two press representatives from the church by standing in his of office in the dcfeVway, and that, they should not en- ter. Sextons of the church have been given ord rs to enforce this mandate. Mr. Arrowsmith delayed his service fiiteea minutes-to'mike'the matter a r personal one. and with a loud voice, wliifh tho attention of belonging-to Thos. Kerr also p rished. The trains which have been stalled fourteen miles from here for two days pulled in after midnight this morning. MARGHERITA CONSENTS. which Rev: ill b- the honoz Appoint Receiver ground "in opinion of the cam- pa ign managen, hvire today were gathered pricticilly the. all-'partiea. W. H Taft J. Bryan, '_who spent artillery o and Whi. .tii Ac- and Montreal. Oct. 35.-rFof and smoke have eeriotisly tied up navigation lor the past four days, and there are now thirteen ocean liners waiting here for a clearance. Four of th :se are pas- senger and as ;a 1JOO passengers are The Vir- gioia and the Marina, which should early to begin a' week's work that' wOJ tax to the utmost. 'Mr. Bryan will speak inrhalf a dozen towns, and a long formal address at thi Madi- soh Square Garden- this, evening. Mr. Taft had a midday engagement at A f New- Haven, but he will return to -1- .i" Nev -lork. this afternoon and deliver have sailed last Thursday, atil) here. "The outlook, tonifht pot promise .muck change- for the better. Tliis is the .third time within the part six ..weeks tfiitt have been held up by moke} aad the to -Iba fttoaniship companies anovrts into the. thousands ol dollars. addresses before1 midnight. to Oct. bahaH of the Ingersoll Rand Company, of few Jersey, manufacturera of elec- rical appliances, a p.tition was filed n "the Federal Court last ing that a receiver ba appointed, for .he MuTjicipal Traction .petition sets forth that many claims against the and names-the Ingersoll-Band.-Co. ep "cincally. The petition was filed; by Fred L. Taft, attorney, who asks: for a division of the property the creditors. Mayor Johnson, when. asked concerning the matter, said: that all bills will be paid, and .that no receiver will b? appointed. di vote -the entire week 'to New York. In addition" to Taft and jMr; Biy an several hundred-speakers will peal to voters of all classes through- out th i State today and' for the re- mainder; of week. Theyt willuiaelude tor ;'ol-the Cabiaet, United Senators. menv 1 of Congress, and political biridrfsT 'Vice-Presidential Candi- date Sherman also is ecbeduled for a number of speeches York State- during the week. -T Of- the other States tie greatest activity: in Ohio and SCNTENCED CNOZlEflS. Milton, Oct. a -crowded with spectators Ma- "Shields this afternooa hard labor in the pgnitmtiary -at Kingston, and his son, Milton Ctotier, to two years in the" Central Prison, ior. manuiacturing and passing Both pleaded guilty, aad .the-elder prisoner made a full coBseanon to Crown Attorney Dick and Inspector Parkinson, of the Do- 'minion police. emu's NEW uvs COLERIDGE PROORESSINQ GOT TWO YEARS. Woodstock, Oct. 23. Ross Summers, 20 years of age, who plead- ed guilty to having attempted as- and his congre- sault on lwo littlc 5irls- was sentenc- within, the re-port- lo two. in the penitentiary, to receivi> twenty lashes during the Norwich 2, Coventry 0. Wfttfprd .4; Bris.tot- Rovers 1 Australians' defeated the Xon- "don team by three points to FOOTBALL YESTER- DAY At Ottuwa, Ottawa 21, Argonauts 2. 19, MC0111 5. McGill 5. At .treal ers. the reason for his act to- day. Xr. Arrowsmith said that mem- bers his congreiiJition "had asked him io prftvent newspaper mt-n from names of their and parties by appearing at the chnrch for that purpose. Fur- thermore, "he stated, the press had made much of the people leaving the edifice walking to the poetofficc for th ir mail, having called it a ion parade." All these things, he said, were very annoying to- his parishioners; It is Rt Trinity Church that all the Lenox millionaires worship in re- gardless of. what churcli they attetsd and London'. Get. cnrre- spondent of th Central state- that the Queen MargheriU has at last given her consent to tfcie marriage of the Duke of the Abruni and Miss Katherine Elkins. Itp.w urther stated thai the King's wTd- ding gift to the bride will be dia- mond tiara valued at Another despatch states that the cruisers Fioramrvsca and Etntria have been order, d to be in readiness to the cruiser Kuropa, oearing the .Duke of the Abruzn and his bride to Itak their marriage. Mr. Rejrnolds Is To Leave E. E. Reynolds, has resigned his position as superintendent of the Dia. mond mines and will return, to Penn sylvania. He hits been compelled to take this action, owing to the con dition of his health. He will be sue cecded us superintendent by .John Btmling; who has bocn .mm-j fore- man. N. T. reinrned irora an inspection trip to this! point which u. increasing in importance as: a railway? centre. He reports that the C. P. has begun the contraction ot.a brick building, to protect the ducing valve of the natural- pipe' line, after the completion of" which the gas will be turned on regularly in tho. station, the rows of lampvi along: the t.racka and in the roondhouag, bunk house, etc. Mr. W. R. Martin who is connect- ed with the drilling :oC the C. P. R. has bought a lot at Coleridge- and will erect s residence Nt o ce wht-re he and- his family wil: reside. It i- reported that satisfactory tea is rettery purposes have been made oi the the neighborhood, of i- towCv-Wiih the proximity of the thi3 ought to assure the of quite an. "important Mont of the M finished and that the will "b. p. R. EMPLOYEE ARRESTED; New York. (M. B a telegraph operator employed the New York, Ontario A Western railway at Fallaburg, N. Y., was ar- rested today at the request of British Government who the prisoner extradited to Canada. accused of having embctaled belonging to the C, P. R. in May of last year while he was employed by that company as acting station agfnt and telegraph operator at Bordeaux near Montreal. held without it ii ex shortly alier the irunth. :'-'H' Fairbanks and John ty-t1' -Ifernj the andidate for the Presidency, b- hfi leading speakers of ,theVEepuh'i an and Democratic In- iana. Both will have- support .T well known campaigners in Ohia. Sev.-ral-members of President velt'a- Cabinet will apeak lor Tail, and the strong campaign which hsu been in progwaa lor seversl will continue. CrAobr66k, Oct. abouf ten o'clock night which de- stroyed about worth of lum. ber, broke out at'the con- cerns of the Watts Lumb r Company, near Cranbrook. CHINATOWN IN FLATS. Pittaburg, Oct. China- men are to improve the China- town at their" own. expense.. A deal was closed yesterday 'whereby a gyn- dicut-e of local got loof on property which faces on Qrant and Second At Wad of the syndkafe ia Tom Lee. his money in Elected By Acclamatkxi Toronto, Oct. Jas. Duff, the new Minister of Agriculture, On- tario, in Mr. Whitney's Cabinet, was elected by acclanmtion in West Sio- coe County today. Mr. in this city. Lee stated thia af- ternoon that a large building would be erected immediately a cost of whirh; "OHld V> Chinamen, He. saya Chinamen' who can be accommodated in this building now pay annually rentals amount inf to and that the building will be. a good investment. On the lower'floor of the structure will bi stores 'fitted up in modern fashion. Tbe upper part of the inf will be devoted to the regulation American flat. There arc few Chinese women in Pittsburg, but there Pekin, Oct. fourteen vital laws under Emperor of China" is expected to govern bis sub- wbed the new CbasUtatioa ol that nation are aa- nounoed through promulgation of a form oX that document. Basically, the Constitution will contain classifications: The Ta Ch'ing Emperor will ruk supreme over the Ta Ch'ing Empire for one thousand ia ceaiioa and be hoaond forever. Majesty of Soversiga. Right of promulgating laws. Convocation, suspension, extension, and dissolution of Parliament. Appointment, payment, promotion, degradation of officials. Command over'army and aavy. Power to make war, peace, to receive and appoint AmbasaaSaia. Martial law. Rewards and pardocs. Right over judges and tW tratioQ of laws. Injunction. Right of raising fuads when Parlia- ment is not in Right of fixing the expeniw ol the Imperial aoasaaold. Respecting authority OTW Im- perial clan. It is tatn forth that on dis- solution ol Parliasawt the be called on to elect a new Far- ed his Liberal opponent in the munv mrn who live together, and it i _ i _ I__A _ _ _ I A V> nMin J eral .elections lust Jvrne hy a bail for examination