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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbi'idge, AltS Tt't-'ft GivefiMihiftium Sentence Not Satisfy Court of His Possession Ben -.Straagling- Blood In- -was.yesterday e-d la tKe: of stealing iorse, of 'A: LOSS WILL NOT BE Victoria, the ana eight thousand en hundred; Tiffins be out .of- buglne'ss -for, as" its "plant; Contracts, have ''al- ready been, 'let; dabris, and Spencers -and, other will ..at once.; -tiaze a-cnieyed I: 't ber- coming on a bailbbn'or. ings :f or--the- experien-ce--'pf a. flight "he- .cofding City..; Ac- 1 crept unaer .the .tarpaulin "covering the "AXES GO .up i1- TEN-THOUSAND Called" to Pay -HonbrV to Dead SpanisK teacler1 CHURCH AND an Announcement in 7 tner-SeriaW" Frank-, Slavonian ed turned.up worfc under the "in- fluehce v.' T :tbld superintendent, {Mr. that ..would he j jriolent'-and ...threw This '..V. in -the '-1- Defeat of the ipVpay-'ionot .to ;Einmerson> 'cVntiiiiSs-Hbmaki': presP "Wi a'. _ __j_.' '1 nntfOt' TVII prion Wae'-'.previous trial when fcTanks did appear, the bondsmen might have tb'eir.money back. on back page) J Reginp, Sask., Oct. 28.-r-The- retire- ment oi Assistant" Commissioner .Mc- Jllree 'from the after. thirty years of active service, 'was signalized at the Mounted Police bar- today, by an interesting -cere-. when Lieut.-Govcrnpr Brown presented him with the insignia "of the .-Imperial Service Order, which! ordf-r King George has appointed ''the retiring officer companion: Inimaking; the'.presentation the ern-pr feelingly and suitably referred 'the services rendered, to' the Northwest by Assistant Coimr.issipn-1 flMcIllrce, wlio as the sixth jo'm the Mounted Police-after the, for-j of that body, was oldest member of the force. .Winnipeg, "Oct. now of Regina, for whom.a bench war- rant at the'-Morden assizes} _ in -with the." murder trial, .but not executed because his where- abouts were unknown, .came to Winni- peg on a business trip, and noting in that.he wanted, on .ar- rival' here, -lie phoned the. crown pro- secutor at Morden. but was informed he need not .appear, "it having been withdrawn. Mr. Donald left for Plum Uoulee to some business mat- ters there. TROIJPS Og0ERED BE READY lilt Case Jersey City Strike Can't Be Controlled by Police York. Oct. state troops of Neve Jersey the have been ordered to-be ready TO, march in- -Ottawa, octl.a.-mv- parties 'of I government '.-.are'; return ing -from] season's among "them-' tneir OVERHEAD BRIDGE City.if the express strike I passes beyond the control of policei I the-first, outbreak of violence in this city, occurred today at 5th Avenue and. 4.6th St. Tfrsrc were many strikers 'and'tiieir gathered at the corner, when a" American express -wagon drove up. The mot surged for- ward. They pelted the drivers with stones and seized the reins. The po- .licenien succeededM'n them back as the express drivers turned their team, about and galloped their Corses back tb, the. stable. There they abandoned the outfit. Falling Fifty" building value were- taken -but; dur- 'intr-tht' month --the "of. business- at, one. .'day.. of .a -decrease from 'SyJiich .included, the- new .'Gait. Hospi- tal, and the Burns fblpck' S40i- Alnibst all the-, buildings 'for. which permits, out' this month were Customs' ,Receipts The customs- receipts at" of Lethbridge for ".the- businesx -month oh.e -o'clock; today 'were a' di'.creasc from those for because of'his young'wife" the mbnth .of-October, "last year. that he'.; was; .a" pwii; admission-, hejl anxipus .tiat; i'e" t under 'ihe 'fuVme; _ _._._....._, He duct .-.thus -shoving. tbat .'the.S term was not necessary -for reform. j Ben Strangling' horse-stealing..was given' sentence'-of Fred Koschman, saulting'" John; Eordeiiiiik, gri eyous; bodily harm, Vasv to two 1.- A. ODDFELLOWS' "CARDSTON child.-. good husband ,and an His er. Koschnian 'should, have -Considered LODGE A There are to.be big! doings at Card-family before committing fences; ston on. Tuesday night-.when a lodge P was'a serious of fence, and-; there of the Independent .Order of necessit-V for the .usinff such lows will be instituted- there by Graxd pon as a pickaxe. A Master Shera- and other -officers. Tha charge might have been two local lodges will attend in a He would sentence -hot" .-oiili To tate them- down" a special train has him but also been chartered from the A. R. I. Co, I effect-on others, for the' and 'will leave the depot here- prompt- jbe Protected. ly at 2 o'clock, returning the same As none of the civil eases, night after the- 'doings' are an- over, ready to proceed and" the-other. ;crini-. The lodge will assemble at Oddfellows cases had been set for Hall Fifth street at 1.30 o'clock sharp, jthe court adjourned until three o'clcrck- (Tuesday afternoon. WITH PROYIS1 being those engaged, in- enquiring, into' the feasibility of construction of the waterway from Winnipeg to the- Rock- er. While the" .survey has not. completed it is demonstrated' .that waterways, can f ip built without any Insuperable. di0 i- cutties. Tlie nine-foot.part of it froi u to Edmonton. Oct. 28.-Hon. C. R hi- cost, thrcev.millions. i Mitchell .was asked for his opinion of xougn.i spcaKing.thCfWholc.-wouiar2h-j-thc proposal of Edmonton CitvCoun- tau an expcirdu-ure of fit teen milha hs, oil -coniained .in the 'resolution 'to ent i .bring influence to bear on the gbv- RESOURCES 3 CHILDREN f d the of Falls would, it is'estimated, bc.rr'ioro than sufficient to pay tlie on the total outlay from La Pas. A 'five- foot waterway us propos'ed. If. this needed grain route is" constvu feted, Canada will have, the greatest" sy stem of .inland -waterways in., the w forld, extending from the" seas to the Rock- ies, save for a distance belwecc Fort William and-Winnipeg. The suj.yeyof Saskatchewan will j; next years, until it is completed.' 'coursn no appropriation tor will be crnment; tp have' il take over the wa- ter-power resources.of the province and develop them fbr the-benefit bi municipalities. is a very .good said Mr. r TTT T TTTTT Mitchell, "and it'is a wonder to me i v v v it has not been brought, up before. The resources'of the province should rr1 NO PAPER MONDAY be protected from .being acquired by U- privatc interests." Mr. said he" had not gone the matter very muafi-and-was non- committal as to the attitude of thci'. government. .Premier Sifton was- al- so reluctant, to discuss "it. r -f- -r1 The Board o? Railway Commission- ers has given its decision in the ap-j plication made by W, R. Dobbin be-i I fore the board when it sat. in Lc-th-l i bridge in Soptcmher last, relative- to! j dangerous crossings. Mr. Dobbin con; J plained of the dangerous, condition oi j j thn railroad 'crossings' at (a) The! i Maclcod. trail "at the top of the. west, lull, west of the (b> at. tne road j.allowance bftwccn Kipp -and Monarch, j mileage- 10.U, and (c) at. the road lowamr in See. 33. tp. JO, 23.-1 Ceutre' Minn" In the lirst two 'cases the of tms place, has been, i lions are and the. railroad I of .the murder his three i company is ordered to construct over-.'step -children and sentenced by Judge h-ead bridges, the detailed, plans of j Morrison to be hanged. The j which arc to be submitted to and take place ceivp the approval of an engineer of! the T p- L.l -i Men Kan Aground In Lake PANIC.IN A CONVENT; Oct. i during, school hours at- the jof the Sacred Heart society shouted "Tire" and in the ic among three hundred Lavoie was-so--badly crushed and j trampled that she will -die. roc-be, another scholar, had both: "legs i Broken. D. A. G. ON THE b'dmonton, Oct. F.' the new deputy attorney tne province, took charge of the office overnment build-: mile north 'of Nipigon jinss and A. Y. Blain, who, has-been' House, on Xipigon. U is fea'red jactig in that capacity since the resig- that she may not be roieased and ijn- [nation of Sydney ..B. .'.Woods, "has..re- less sho is iakcn off- within a days a seriQiis situation will, develop 'in coniu'ctioTi with the of tho Xntional Rail-j v The oribabika carried provisions [Y.M.C.A. DELEGATES AT TQRONTb and .suppljcj; (or two thousand men at! 01 that line and these men will j Toronto, Ont, Oct. 1500 be short oi rations. The. material fpr 'delegates -from all parts of "the cou; eonsirueuiig the iiiir t.iay also .he held ajld froni Europe and up and it-is not likely that, any thing Asla took their places in jlassey Hall can be senfionvard until the lake thie! mornin? to Fort Oct. sU-an> er Onba'jika, owned bv Rcvillon Bros.- ta. of Xipison, is airrnund at. Jackfish tms mornmS at the turned his former duties as I or of legal offices. freezes over Monday .Thanksgiving and a public holiday, the Herald will not be published. !er. The three'children, died sudden- j ly and suspicion was directed towards tile-step-father, A post mortem exam- ination of the bodies showed that the cmidren had, come to their deaths tnrough poison. O'.Malley was' then arrested. A 'NEW PERUVIAN CABINET Lima, Peru, Oct. new cabinet to replace-that which resigned on Oct. was.former! today Bay no other il is im- iupplics overland at this time oi the vear. steamer on lake N'ipijron possible to take supplies ACCIDENT TO SWITCHMAN Winnipeg, Oct. Clist, 27. switchman, met with an accident while, at work in the C. P. R. yards early Miis .ui morning, Saturday, and it is feared amputation will 'and at tbis morning to hear Arch- i deacon of Toronto, and F. S. also bwncft by Brockman, of China, deliver the open- Rn-r- mg addresses of the International M.C.A. convention which c'ontrmie for the next four days. Mayor Geary delivered, an addresser" welcome. The present occasion was' the first time in thirty-four years that the convention had been 'in Toronto, Prom five to the" dele-, gates will be tendered an informal dress reception at the City Honor j3ir James ;