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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LtlHdRIDGE WEEKLY HER AUD News of the District Coleman the Taber mine R.N.W. charged with an Oct. 30--Joseph Sceri, Slav, badly injured yesterday by felling from the elevated tracks be- 'tween'the' tipple and the coke ovena. 'He had near the tipple he suddenly lost his balance and, fell thirty feet to the ground. His are very serious as, besides trate Aubin. and pleaded guilty to the SWlSu hun tawrnally; several charge. After depoeiting, and jdbs are He found lying costs of hia hard earned ca.h for a rail on one of. M, waywardness, he was discharged. the numerous tracks below and it Mrs. D. Sinclair of Coaldale left A wonder that he was not killed out- this morning on the Flyer for a two ihat six of right. He is now at the hospital and monthi' visit to Hannaford, A. D. to possibly recover. visit her married daughter i fore the caae of thia Western I world. i I i Raymond. Oct. K. A. Gil- Oct. recent snow wont to Magrath today on busi- ness will return this evenifig. JMr. Timmons, of thc Mason tcrday. who was. during the stonu, Klsch Co., Calgary, is in town living with his family upon his home- tojay. 8 'beaut'ful' fell locality, and through the blizzard and density of the drifting snows wore intense no and IB "McDonald, the Liberal Wends. Mr. Sinclair accompanied for Macleod, was a visitor in his wife to Taoer on the local. He yesterday and received great will return to Coaidale tonight, encouragement from the Liberals The eastbound passenger No. 20 ar- here An informal meeting was held rivod from the west this morning at in Liberal committee rooms at 3 o'clock and sidetracked awaiting the Eagles' Hall last night. Short arrival of No. 21, saow- addreeses were .given by Hr. McDon- bound near Grassy Lake. The passen- Organizer W. Brown and 30 iu liuuiber, were well taken Alex Cameron, chairman of the meet- care of by the hospitality of the C. ing. The meeting closed with K., their meals being furnished rousing cheers for the candidate, j them at tbe Palace Hotel. were the storm by a. C.P.R- point half a. mile west of Approximately one foot the prairie in that drunken brawl of snow covers vicinity. Badly beaten up in arrested for drunkemiess. he unfortunate climax of a named Mr. Marshall of Pickett Savage. Calgary, is in town on business. de-, after which thorn for dayt. Mr. A. Mickleaoja and of Stirling, are in town oo buiinow. Mr. M. Row and O. have opened a restaurant In the atore to C. D. Fox's office, and going to run, ar. up-to-date restaurant. They .going to pat OB a special dinner: every Alice Evans. PARLIAMENT TO MEET Ontario EARLY ,N NEW YEAR. J Oection Return. Con- tinued From Front two Evans, old fell! daughter of Mr. .f. from a box and broke her right arm. l Ottawa, Oct. new Parliament in expected to be called to meet on January 6th. The new Speaker and Deputy Speaker will probably b Charhs Marcil, M.P. for iiouavoatur and G. H. Me- Iistyix-, M.I', lor South Perth, Oat. Tho A. K. 1.. which IB due fracture majr in a stiff Raymond at 4.40 p.m., was delayed j jojnt. Dr. Rivera set the arm and in going to Cardaton about live hours j is doing be ex- by snow dril'ts and therefore did not arrive in Raymond last evening un- til 7 p.m. The moving picture show which was here last evening did not amount to blood still on bis a. and dishevelled, he was arraign- before -Judge Aubin for drunken- He pleaded guilty to tho charge arxl was fined and costs. Luther Nightengale who was hurtj At u s_m_ the bliztard practically Tfae Judge -j warn you now in the mine by a fall a few days ago the clouds separated and the that yQU evcr is again able to be around though gjm appeared, the mercury being 30 whito T am On tite bench, you will he -will find it accessary to use a degrees. Fahr. receive as stiff a sentence as I can stick for several days. j jfrs Joseph Edwards, practical imp09C." Z, Malhoit. who has been em-jnursC( left yesterday for Spring Cou- plcycd the office of the fcssiscss. tional Coal and Coke Co., here lor. almost a year aevered his cormecUon the company last week, Mr. Mai-j recently took the Flyer Vancouver where he will remain here again .John a 8tranKer> tangl- up with booie that he could not his name, was placed in -cooler" until the arrival of the it is for a Calgary hou.se. Coleman, Oct. Wilson. wfco owns a ranch immediately to of two was witnessed on Main street today bv scores of men, women and school e was shipped out of town tus dead freight.. Yesterday morning-, while standing in front of tho Palace Hotel, Tom children. Blasphemy and profanity jfariCSf a lady desperately struggl sight, jpg. to get her go-cart and baby over a high drift of snow upon the side- tie air. No police in hence no arrests. daputatior, coasting of R. P. but to a. Wallace, W. Z. Bullock and J. J. Wai- ardous task. He said to a pa3ser-by. parlor of "Mr., what kind of a. Town Hotel had a conference have you here in Taber, that they t. Gushing, min- don't get a move on themselves and In reference to the grading and bridg- heaps of snow? Herft night last A been, absent for prospecting trip in northern Columbia. Mrs. Mclntyre and mother and sister of our post- U. J. Mela tyre, arrived on morning from Benfrew, Ont., are visiting at the Mclntyre in the Cameron block. Joseph Eminerson of Blairmore has his connection with the West Collieries at Hiainaore and has accepted a posi- the office of the International' thai he would, on returning- to Edmonton, take up tbe matter with in digging holes and hauling _ _ile construct-' tHe department and left no doubt for the municipal electric J.-ghiini; of iM a McLaren's camps that the said crossing would be com- the town. The Betting of puiss. un-J foot of Crow's Nest Mountain Plied with next summer. stretching of wires commie... aome lumbermen, noticed a pair of A church has been organized north antlers protruding' from beneath the of tbe Belly river, the denomination. one and a half miles any man who will clear the walks by Bat of Taber, or more definitely, at the The vraut-ss im- point situated on the Government mediately accepted and ins wort: sat- heiween townships 9 and 10, isfactirily done. Thanks, air. iiiu-ic-5. of Sec. 35. mines are Mr. Gushing informed, the commit-' A large force of i-s gaged by the Canada West Coal C-o. Mrs- N. W. Darrow of Tp. 12, U. dts of a tree a very small portion of which is Methodist. The place of 18. came to town Wednesday last to of which were to be seen above meeting is in range 17 township 12 at purchase supplies. She was s ffroond' After, much work in cutting the residence of Mr. D. W. Burns, attacked with heart trouble and is tbe tree down and digging away the The Rev. J. E, McCabe has charge, in a precarious condition at the horn, roots the pair were secured and: were Services are observed every Sunday of Mr. J. P. .Larson. Her husband found to be in a good state of pres- at 10 a.m. has notified. From their size it was The dissolution of partnership be- Mrs. G. E. Ketchmark, mine elec- concluded that the aniinai m-ast- have fweea Frank Griffith and Walter Ma- trician, has moved from the Canada The B. B. C. Society will give a dance in the meeting house Friday evening. Mrs. Ernest Wynder and children of r'irdston, will tonight to visit her mother Mrs. T. Daviea, pected. Prof. Johnson with several of our will present on Nov. 6 the renowned play entitled ".East by Mrs. Hen- Weil Known Author Arrested ry Wood. Page MIDDLESEX lib. i COBS. J> I iNIHbBJNO! Gordon, I Conservative gain. I i NORTH UMBKRLAK.O, J B. McColl, Lib., 300 maj. N. efcscl- id by 371 majority; a. Conservative gain. ONTARIO, a Liberal gain. Wilfrid 318 majority. H. B. Lib., 163 maj. OXFORD, SOUTH-Sc-h.-11, ISb., Dayton, O.. Oct., he was boarding a train for New York city J50 here this afternoon Broughton Brand- j pERTH Ufc. enburg was arrested by local cajn. j lives on the charge of forgery and PERTH, L' Co-wley, Oct. many friends' larceny. A telegram from the of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gunn congra.i- j York city police department ad- There has been almost a coal fa-1 uiate them on the birth of a sen., vised tho iot-ai hold PJETERBORO EAST Cons. A Conservative gain. mine for thie past few days. Many families are without coal and cannot get any in town. Will Card left for the B. Y. U.. Provo. There is to be a meeting tonight to consider the amount of taxes to levy on land north of town, which has lately been brought into thc Ray- mond School District. The infant son of H. Christiansen has been ill for tbe past few days. but is now better. Born, to the wife of Neils Jenson. a daughter. Raymond. Oct. members of one family were married Saturday at Stirling. The three couples came over to Raymond and got their lic- enses from Hr. Pox. They then re- turned to Stirling and were married at thc home of Mr. Larson. Miss Maggie Larson married Gustav Ost- lund, Miss Olive Passey married James Larson. Miss Jennie mar ried Julius Larson. The R.Y.P.S. will have its next meeting at the Presbyterian Church. The subject will be "Burns" The missionary committee will meet at 7.80 p. m. to discuss the next Bg. All the honorary members art; mvited to be present. Miss Blanche Collett leaves today for Calgary where she will consult an to re- The boy is now about a week old Brandenburg. He is alleged to have PEXERBORO, J, R- and both he and the mother aro do- mg rell. sold the New York Times a letter gtratton, 300 maj. which is represented to have been On Thursday last Mr. A. Campbell j written by Grover Cleveland in which who some tltfw miles across j the dead statesman predicted the elec- the Middle Fork had thc misfortune tion of Tart and which letter is now to receive a Mck from a horse which j declared to have been a forgery, broke his arm. He piuckily walked Brandenberg was locked up in the Dr. Currje, KA1NY Conmee, Lib. RENFREW, White, Con., QQ maj. RENFREW, Low, in to Lorn Shepherd's where a doc- station as the amount of his 600 maj. tor was summoned and his injuries bail was not fixed. It was said by Chas. attended to. This is pretty hard his attorney tonight that if his client j Lib., by 375. Mxa-pby. lines for J. Campbell to be laid up at this busy time. Mr. Sinniter. the mine Lundbreck, OB Wednesday, observed a j THE man who was walking on the prairie j some distance away drop to the Both was not released tomorrow he will institute habeas corpus proceedings. FIGHT IN OHIO, SIHCOE, Ocois., Conservative Rain. SIMCOE. Goas., 366. SJMCOE, Chew, Lib., ground stagger to His feet, and He rushed up to tho place L w j i 300 maj. Look to Labor, and La-j sORTE-Curry, 56 bor's Glum. Corurnbus, Ohio, Oct. Conservative gam. Lib., Mr. F. Hartin, who had rupture of a blood vessel with fatal results. Thc deceased was an Eng- lishman who has lived a year or two In this .vicinity. His interment takes stone. leaves a. fa-Ujr. Pincher Creek Republicans are bell on the horrw stretch." Well, if surface indications are to be accepted the Republicans i will have t-o do a heap ,ol home- stretching between now and election i day t-o save thia State for Taft and j to elect Gov. Harris t-o the seat be now occupies by reason of the death of Gov. Pattison, Itemocrat. TORONTO, Cons. 300- Russell, JneA-.- A. E. Kemp., tbo late member. TORONTO. B. WATERLOO, The State never bas cast its vote King, Lib.. 251 Liberal Mr. and Mi's. E. T. Saunders came for a Democratic candidate for j WATERLOO, Con., back from a three weeks' stay in dent. In 1S82 one Cleveland elector 1 Vancouver on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dobbie are back from a trip to Chicago. in by a fluke. It- was in that M. German. main in Mr. Johnson, wifo and children. who have been visiting 'Mrs. John- year that the Australian ballot warf j 700 maj. first operative, and there was more or less confusion over it. President. NORTH given by the staff of the Union Bank in tbe bank rooms on Friday last- Progressive whist was the chief m pluralily of son's mother, ilrs. Allred for the source oj amusement, six tables being past week, leaves today for Taber. Jset in paTiOTf The first prizes Lib. 500. VICTORIA AND Hughe6 very large specimen. Tbe ant theson, general merchants north of West Coal Co.'s mine to Fifth North now decorate the roof of the river has dissolved- Here- and Hull streets. Mr. Ketchmark is house of McLaren's No. 3 camp. after tne business will be owned and expected to return shortly from Ed- Tne new addition to the Cameron conducted by Mr. Matheson. monton where he has been for a cou- Block is being pushed forward vigor-' {amous camp pie of months, electric ma- ThA frame work is up and .'_ _____ cbtncry in the Alberta Coal Compa- Dr. Cirtwrigbt, the dentist, is inwere hy Miss Bogart and Mr. E. It was the labor vot-c which in that year came within an of breaking ORK, the record of the Stat? in Presidential; a Gonsfrvative gain. this It is the labor vot-i- which year is the conspicuous t. Bel. McCrae, druggist, has .n the jmd according town today. W. Harris. The beets ore turning out well this year. They yielded W to moTed into larger premises the ia u-ith J eight tons per acre. At the Sugar istreet from his ojd stand. t-eams stand in line waiting j Green a to unload. The beets are better fQr Vancouver Brvan. year than they have ever been. _-__ Mr. Fred Hajre and Miss M. A. i Calder of Pincher Creek, were mar- Ravmontl. Oct. ilitcneii _ j _ j_ __ GRAYSON SCOLDS THE KiNG. in township 10, range 17. passed streamers on Main of Stirling, spent Sunday with Cameron. Hiss Thompson of Provo, is Has been almost entirely boarded in.; lhrough probably the dullest period ny's mmcs" airs. Gardiner of Frank, gpent part higtory during thg present Thc political nd for a few days. of thc week in Coleman. visiting Mrs. j Q{ have street present a gala day appearance j wt rieu at Cranbrook on the 9th mat.. jurs. j j Mr. William Taylor, now of G-ran- um, formerly of Pincher Creek, and Oct. V tke Socialist member of the House of Commons, who was suspended recfnt- YORK. -a. Gonet-rvativs gain. Quebec TWO Lib. -Litf. V A Lib. O. W. Benedict. Vote Frank Oct. 20.--Infoni3ation laid before the police court at Frank j toy Capt. Beebe against A. Charley, Assyrian pedler who was selling goods without a license. He was fin- ed by Justice Hartin and the costs of tbe court. 1 airs- 'H. (widow of Reuben Steves, who was recently has employed Mr. MacLeod of Mac- i ent ieod, attorney, to legislate his es- as he left no will. It is stated i been practically overcome. "Whether Oae savs times" come for other locali- Simmons." "We I ties or not, Coal City expects to be Follow." The other says. "Magrath active and thriving during the com- Reform and Prosperity tor Our Boys ling vear. Naturally Coal City The fifty-eight acres oi tall wheat was has no de- belonging to Mr. {rLed at the Rectory by the Rev. jG. James, j-esterday. W. TO ABOLISH THE BAR _ _ y fee handsome standing, being eight inch- Q but it Q y, ffiay thc cspensc Qf its ncigh, es in height and was planted on the Thfj Qf the camp ig Solid3 isth of July. d le that it is wull y capable week for He expects to return to Ray- soon bringing tus wife and children. Mrs. Anderson has returned from Utah. The Old Chief Cafe, which opened last week, served an. excellent'dinner yesterday. meet-ings since the decision of S Miss Abbet leaves today for High! Of apeal on Tuesday. There Winnipeg.. Man. Oct. pro- vincial executives of the Moral and Social Keform council of Manitoba and the Royal have both u 1 f c t t iU Taber, Oct. The town is truly River. Her father left a few reat disappointment that the again in store for it rnav by other camps and the re business apublic. The princi- coal producing mines here- ari land buyers rrom the infested with petty thieves. Tho robbing of hen roosts and clothes lines occurs too often, while none of the culprits, apparently, are caught. An enthusiastic party of 4 i ag0 with the photographing outfa.. i would prevent the vote from will open up an office there. j jjejng takrn in forty-five or forty-six Clarence Ostlunri spent Sunday with i municipalities where petitions his parents in Stirling. j been completed in good time. Enterprise, by had but Hattie Clark i where there werf no mevtings of tbe and their brother from Stirling spent municipal councils to receive them. It was decided that it would be un- Misses Mat tie and reasonable to ask thi? who have done everything that they could mines oi tne DiacK diamond cover i m witn typnom it-vei. J only A small area when compared arrived this morning at four o'clock Migs is home from to bring on a vote to lay down tneir the entire district positively from Edmonton, where he has been Cardston whore she has been visiting j oars another year. known to be iraversesd by these bi- laboring for the past two months. her gister.f Mrs. A. Heppler. compressor Mrs. Ketchmark, in the meantime. Mr, Neils Ostlund is in town on taminous veins. The _ will bt in operation thia week. The moved from their former home at the busincss today. war cry for cars has practically ceas-: Canada West Coal Co.'s mines to Thc evening session of he died worth about About Scranton and the Rock Soot-. on Friday, accompanied fifteen years ago it is claimed he was ,ess Coal Ltd_ T-nese pr0aucing of St- paul- i Chester Asplin. son of O. Asplin, not worth mines of the diamond cover i Mr. George Ketchmark, electrician, i ;n with typhoid fever. Dr. G. H. Malcolmson of Frank left this afternoon for Pincher Creek on professional busincss. Doctor Lawson. who nas been engaged by Malcolrason to take charge of the Canadian Collieries .at Lille, teas at Frank station to meet his family. He (ifj nujnbPTS required are now Taber. He, not knowing the exact j L> n_ g Church last evening was will make his home at Lille. obtained. An air of activity locality of her new residence, vainly j hold under thc charge of the Seven- and knock out the treatm Both Conservatives and Liberals js 0fcstT'Ved on ..-very hand. The tramped the streets for about four j tjcg_ The programme was have rooms rented in Frank and Of the carpenter's hammer and hours, before finding the object of his J Sir._iri-_ congregation; pray- nightly meetings arc held to discuss ?aw is }ieard fr0m morning until affinity. j er; singing, choir; song. Misses B. tbe Dominion election. Both parties njght. i Thc new C.P.R. freight, office is now J Fisher and Sexie Rodcback; recita- are working hard For their respective j concrf-t-e foundation for th' completed and equipped with all nee-1 tion. Mrs. Jacobs; piano solo, Mrs. The motion was adopted by the executiv; 3 in favor oi an immediate petition to the provincial legisla- ture praying for the enactment of a measure that would abolish bar rooms habit. and irresponsible person, let his tongue wag tonight in finr frenzy, j Addressing a crowd of nominally un-! employed men, the bulb of whom were really street idlers, in a poor! district of London, he violently let off j A. B. MACDONALD Frank. Oct. vote Pass division? yesterday was his spleen against Socialist Labor members who did not support him i i the House. He attacked John Frank in particular Burns, president of the Local Govorn- j ment Board, and the King. Mr. j Belkvue Burns is visiting the King at Sand- j Hillcrest 8 ringham. and this circumstance Blairmore.....64 prompted Grayson to say: Burns i Coleman......81 is in his .proper position tonight, a j flunkey to a genteel, useless parasite." j 54. 69 527 He urged those who starving or whose families were 'starving to steal from those who had food. HR Majority for Claresholm's Majority. Oct. voW appealed to his hearers to accompany j yr.Pterday as him and invade the House of Corn-1 ajd ot 1 oo nil- to Ray A work or sowing Frid; h work on the will bf held make specialty oi drygoods. grocer- during his absence, ies and mine supplies. Burns will have charge of the hot.nl _ church win oo nie ft.-r .school at. tho h.: ladifs of th.-. I.. S. A "hot time" is reported as ohool children will be. in this Along thi- coulers and banks 'A river the finest quality of buil I in? sandstone is found in abundance. The installation of a first chss brick yard is being agitated, as -i cality. brick clay deposits have fn.r.f.' in Alberta iltufi snvf-d in abundance. The excellent quality of gravel f'-r talien place at Woodpecker on elec- tion day. Not until thc sun had i wi'll apiiroitched its western f T n did the atmosphere cool in that 10- j X. Mats-m, who has been at loir.- ail wcuk. will spend itli his family. :c.: Rivon by the B.B.C. last cv.iiinfi at Raymond Hall a great success. Services the employ of Mr. Rogers, the post and a spuT ol th, C. P rn.astfr, while from hm dwell- ing to business dropped flown on tne SABBATH SERVICES concrete has already b.ecn prac-c; .ally School. 10 a.m.. Mr. Go liar rows, Supt. Young R to these famous pits will be built Mating. Mr. Alvin Sharp. next, spring. This together witn prort_ __ Preaching ai 11 a. m. mul street, and expired in a few mmutes fc wfttor at g m from hemmorhago of the lungs. An _ only g M10-WEEK M. J. CONNER, Pastor. inquest was considered unnecessary. deceased was married, and has ranch not far from Cowley. City Maymond, Oct. .Card and F.dgar N'ilsson made a trip to Magrath and hack, yesterday. -Mr. C. N'ilsson and .son Arthur are in ou busincss today. Mrs. Mary Tripes of Westminster, C., is visiting her sister Mrs. A. Cooper. The 'armors arc busy hauling and the Indians pulling and topping b< The chill of Fall suggests Heaters and as we have a complete stock of Heaters in That are made right, look right and prices are right, call and be convinced The Hick Phone 62 WE SELL FOR CASH REDPATH STREET P.O. Box 670 ;