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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. I. ALMftTA. OCTOBER II, IM NO. 273. LT.SAUNDERS SEUS REAL ESTATE HOWttL WAS Oct. L. HoWl, barrvtter, sou o( Chief Justice was fined twenty and eosts 4odajr ia police court for aaiiitiag Hoc. Coim attor- ney on Main St., Wednesday The magistrate propos- ed binding but the Ut- ter the incident was closed BO tor aVhe WM concerned. Attor- ney GeiSeral Campbell said such was not JOHN D. R On Corner Of Duf- forin and Crmbb night u. biff real eetata deal wu made when "Henderson t Downier bought five lota on the corner of Duf- fwin and Crabb from E. T. Baunders for This the property containing the ftautMfen rw- idenoe, now occupied by IS. U. By- lands. When aAked by-'the' Herald what they proposed doing with -the prop- erty, Mayor_ Henthraon aald that thej- had not decided what to do with it but they might build a large hotel there. CHILDREN IM LETHBRIDQE Fraufc, Ock Buis, ooe of the old time residents of Prank pftgaed away Tuesday morning after jMngeriuf illness arising -from an organic affect'.on. Mr. Ruis has been resident of Frank for six years and was for a loiig time an employee of the coal company. He wae the father of a family of three sons and five daughters! all of whom .him. The wife and mother was buried four years ago. The children are: Mrs. Wrigiey and of Frank, Mrs, H. Miron and Mrs, W. M. Alex- andra, of Lethbridge; Mrs. A. N. Fraser and Angus Jrr, John and Jaiuos of Seattle. The deceased wag 69 age. THAT WOHT VOTE. Wait Until tutMii it Ctiaflpad Jfew York. tfntil the: Con- stitution of the "United; shall contain in -its. text a recognition of the supreme, kingship of God through Jesus Christ and of the His code of law all' f rue Covenanters, as members of the Beformed _ Pres- byterian Church in thu country style themftelvesi'-jTill refuse to% continue to rote A on election days and will continue to owe allegiance to no gov- ernment, aave the spiritual commun- ion of Christ: Ttiis tenet of the'-aect and the why this' tenet was held were- expounded by the Rev. F. M. Foster, pastor of the Third Ee- formed Presbyterian Church, on West TOBWE OF POLICE WILL VOTE FOR MR. TAFT BRYAN USES THE OIL MAGNATE'S DECISION TO GOOD PURPOSE A BIG CAMPAIGN FUND ,York, Oct. were1 made by Konnan Mack, chairmau of the Democratic National... Committee today that the declaration of John D. Bockefdler for Taft for president was the result of the deal between the Republican National Committee and the Standard Oil Company whereby National Chairman Hitchcock ed large campaign contributions and Bockefeller oHhe Standard Oil Com- pany. would be fixed up in the event 'of Str. Taft's election as a part of the bargain. The Democrat U National chairman widi "The Oil Company Starting Erifcace. CMKS Ori h a tart Case and lie has jfct dwelt upon tUe iniquities 01 the Irubts or pointed the injustice done to the American people by thew." No wonder Mr Rockefeller is lot Taft." "Mr. RockefeUttj Mr. Taft's el- ection will ntafce for law and order This is false, %lit. Rockefeller's cor- poration 18 the moht notorious law breakefTint the United States and he Mr. Tail --because he no: want the law enforced. Mr.RockefeUef, also says that Mr. Taft's -election will -make for stability SHOOTING FATALITY Guelph, Oct., Oct. Con- nolly, IS., was accidentally shot in the eye and killed by Harry Scarlett, aged fifteen. Tho lads were out hunt- ing and Connolly-was sitting on the top of an embankment when, a 22 calibre rifle in Scarlett's hands ex- ploded as he wars scrambling up, and with a single, cry of pain, Connolly fell dead. BENNETT NOT IN POIMS JUST NOW of kind of business is it UUt He thinks that Twenty-third street avenue. near Eighth RCSIDIHQ IN CANADA. LondoiyOct. War Haldaae, in-the today there army ttsefvists now y." There sensational develop- ments "at court this marn- ing when Leah Daniels was up before Magistrate Humphries'on a charge of keeping a house of- ill-fame, and Trlxie Harrington, Winnie Shook and Louise. Wilson were up for being in- mates, of the saikie house which is lo- cated near the Fair Grounds. -jiolice" had -been satisfied in their.own minds -that hid been built by a Lethbridge citizen for the 'woman Daniels they which; In. the" -Chief 'point qucsiiod CORffitOWEST Regina, Oct. few- dry ma'nufacturec and former member Commission and. of the: Ontario'Power today that the adoption of'the Lac du Bohnett power scheme at. Winnipeg, would result in manufacturers leaving, Toronto v and esUbliahiog plants in the ,West. -The proposal to provide' power dollars _ a horse power completely this man build ..that house for To which she gave the positive reply "Yes." Some time ago, the woman v Daniel "warned by the "'chief could not have any. other girls In her house. She begged to "be allowed to have them and told the chief that she "could well afford to pay him month if Ke would allow her to run the house." The chief promptly told has landed where; everybody knew it Mr. TaltY would" lanl." 'Mr. Rockefeller held trusts jb back'for a bargain and got what he wanted. Hia declaration for Tail ia good-for at votes in the doubtful states. We cannot spec ulate on the exact amount the Re- publican-National Committee receiv- ed from Mr. Rockefeller'but can rest assured that they both received their price, Hitchcock getting" the money and Rockefeller promises which sug- gest the question who Taft is with Rockefeller or Roosevelt? We want have an oil trust and the steel trust lined up side by side, working for Mr. Taft's candidacy. Mr. Carne- gie's statement yesterday on his ar- rival from Europe, that _the election of Mr. Bryan would be a tragedy, has aroused indignation of all fair-minded citizens in the country regardless of party affiliation. Mr. -Carneigie, 1 am reliably formed, is not even a voter in this country." t Chairman- Mack declared that he -had learned that the. Repub- lican National Committee has a cam- paign fund .and that for "coercion awd Bribery." tibnal Committee Chairman said fur- ther that sura had been sent into Ohio and Indiana. J. Bryan, the Democra- tic' candidate for president, gave out a statement here today commenting oh the .statement of. John D. Rock- efeller made in New_York yesterday that he would vote for William H Bryan said he was not sur at the declaration, of Mr. Rock efeller have UhY Standard Oil Corn- will enable tin: Cr tighter strangle grip on the- and put their "Wa more permanent Taft is not u man incMned experiments. lie might omitted the word for Taft. favor any kia-i of experfmenCiiKthe way of reraecKnl legislation.-' Democrats have reason to be grateful to Rockefeller for tearing the mask off the RepubUi-m campaign the duplicity contributions before the elections It seeks to bring the government near to the people by ...securing the election of U.S. senators by direct vote. It seeks, to restore competition through legislation which will make a private monopoly impossible. It seeks to re- concile labor and capital by legisla- tion which will bring employer and employee together in friendly co-op- eration. It seeks legislation which will secure a guarantee fund which will guarantee all depositors against loss. It seeks a reduction of the tar- ff by gradual steps until the tariff awjs will no longer be made in the nterests of the few and at the ex: >ense of the rest of the people. "The Democratic party lu other words seeks to secure honesty in gov- through honest politics and popular government through direct Hitchcock -Denies New York, Oct. reading onight a statement of E. Mack, in which the Democratic Na- her that a .month would not get the privilege., characterized it. In stead of openlyattncking the side of the 'Republican tion has' keptrapla pretence of reform and rushed into lh? the' arena and 4allowed the charge that the trusts busier section of coun- try in the "Dominion than that along the A.R. AT I. line between here and Cardston. The acreage in fall wheat for: 1909 exceeds that cropped this this morning, Magistrate Humphries said. "Did this man ever talk this matter "Yes" was the reply. He" then, asked, "Did he suggest to you that you make th'c Chief She wanted to talk it over_private- lybut the told her' that she might as well say in court "what she knew of it. She would not say that the .man- made? the proposition but sjaul; "i TrouWrr not "like to say We talked over." Magistrate Hum- phries: ".You know "he 'made to she replied, "Some one wade it. T would not say mode it." Chief Glllespier- 'The suggestion was and Mr.'Rockefeller have been so closely Telated that many of their in- terests ara identical. Tn. the state- ment Mr. Bryan says: "Mr. Tait' has beea making speeches for many Bryan, the Democratic presidential candidate, in winding" up his tour of the East, today made "an. appeal to the in which he says- "The Democratic party, attempts to inaugurate an era' of honesty, pol- itics by compelling Jthe publication of election. -He. claims 325 electoral vot- es for Taft and includes in the Taft column the states of 0 hio, New York, Indiana, Maryland, Montana and Ne- braska. Mr. Hitchcock places Ken- tucky and Missouri in the doubtful .column. when the congregation of the church and the friends frbni the south side of the truck gathered to tender their greetings'ami' extend it welcome to Rev. A. A. and Mrs. pas- tor of the church and'his bride, who arrived from the East birWcduesday night. The large crowd present gave evidence to the high.esteem, in. which Mr. Lytlc 5s held by not only his own irrejration.buttby his many friends of the other ch'urches. Mr. the chairman of the District, and. father of Westmin- ster-Churchy .presided aver- the; pro- ceedings iifid interested the audience somc Of his own and Mrs. Harrison's experiences in theic early married life. Rev. Ijtcid, pastor .of the Bap- tist church "was present to tender the greetings of Sever- al 'other were prevented from doing the same "by previous engage- ments. Walter Jordan brought the welcome and greeting of Wesley Church and 0. .Austin of thtf Official Board of Wesley Church to whose efforts Wcst- minister owes its being. Mrs. (Rev.) the good will and in Washington State Create New VarUtiet" Spokane, Wash., Oct. ization of wheat, with which the cer- eal experts at the Washington State college at Pullman, in the heart of the Palouse grain belt, south of. Spo- kane, have just closed a series of suc- cessful experiments, will-add. from SI to a year to'the value of the state's product "in the future. Prof C. W. Lawrence, station cerealist, and Prof. George Severance uow acting head of the agricultural department, took charge of the pro- pogating work four years, ago.'It was ascertained late last year that theit plans were successful, but they pre- ferred to wait another year before announcing results. In the mean- time seeds of the hybrid wheats were sent- to farmers in various 'parts of the state, from whom the final reports now being The ranch- ers report that the newly created A'arieties of wheat can be depended upon to yield at least 10 and ;in many instances as high" as 25 per cent, bet- ter than the standard varities. CHANGE LN THE TIME TABLE Stifl Leaves Tkb Gty The above estimate does riot in- clude the Welling Siding or the Brnd- flhaw elevator, both in the Magrath District. "Yesi, it was made." The Daniels woman was sentenced to one month in jail but was let out on suspended sentence on her securi- Service FROM THE FAR NORTH. Oct. Agnes Dean Cameron returned from a six months' trip through the of the Mackenzie and Peace Rivers, accompanied by her niece and secre- tary, Miss Jessie Cameron flrown. Miss Cameron speaks highly of the kindly relations cf Protestant and Catholic missionaries in the norther- ly wilds. She will lecture on the possibilities of these wilds, where in tics of ?20Q to appear whenever want ed. _. are j not been all the women. The .inmates .will Tuesday mbming and the Daniels Iroman as soon as the papers coinc from Ottawa. The chief has already the owner of the house in the hands of a solicitor ami proceedings will ho instituted against him at once. The change in the C.P.R. time ta- ble comes into effect at 24.01 tonight However it has brought tho city no more daylight service than before. many places been before. complain of not being allowed to kill no white woman has She says the Indians Oct. thousand square feet .of ground will be occupied, by the tabernacle to be erected by the Spokane. Minister- ial association for a serifs of reviv- als by "Billy" Sunday, ex-baseball player, bi-ginning the middle of De- cember and continuing well into Jan- uary. The building will seat persons, and will be provided with No. 7, the west bound flyer hai It arrives at 20 _ ,.-_ 21'; ther regular westbound, wil be called 213 and ts due here at ;1.30 to at 3.40. Xo. 22 cnstbound, will arrive at FOX EXONERATED The Man Who Threw Another Man a Cliff 'at Ottawa Ottawa, Oct. Thomas Fox after a struggle withTD.-J. Rear- don on the edge of a cliff on. Primrose Hill on September'-37 threw, him over, le did the proper thing and was warmly commended by O'Keefe. Fox was walking with' his iance on Primrose :Hill on a moon- light evening, when Reardoa, who was a married mah> insulted her. A desperate stsmggie' ensued, during which Roanlon was thrown over a forty foot cliff. Fox tell with him. Reardon was instantly killad, but Fox was only injured. The magis- trate entirely exonerated him of any death of Roardoa A charge of hi> ihe'death of Keardon and he'was acquitted. SUES A PAPER Oct. M. Hoppor TRIBUTE PAD TO NOT GUILTY, welcome, of .the Ladies Aid of Wesley Church. .Tamcjs' Buraeit was the' m-st wit- ness in the case of King vs. GVaham when, court resumed .yesterday after- noon. He was practically an witness to the was sitting in front of the sidewalk in front. He heard the girl scream and ran around to the place and saw the fellow walk- ing, away between two barns .back of the cottage. He said it was too dark to identify the man who did-the stabb- ing.. He saw Rudiak at the west gate but tfcc "whistle come from the eastward.. Beosley; bartender at the Windsor, saw Graham in the Representatives of >fr. Lytle's ov.'n evening and again just before he clos- Bjtk Bet R. P. Foeral 1.20r instead oi. 1.35 and will leave secretary trea.sxuer of the S. John bmver below the fifty-fifth parallel. lighting sys- at 1.30. .No. 8, the eastbound flyer, will ar- rive at Ixjthbridge at 5.4it instead of 5.50. The Calgary. local to Cran- brook but connections made at Xacleotl so that passengers can go through without delay both going; and returning from Calgary. Trains leave here at 33.-10 and arrive at 16.29. The.observation sleeper will be tak- en oft! the Spofcane Flyer nt the end of this month, the last trip of the cnr leaving Spokane next Tuesday. Street Railway company, is taking ac- tion against the Fredericton Gleaner and its editor J H.-Crocket, in con- noetion with statements about the election of Colonel McLean, in Queen Sjinburry. "Mr. Hopper work- ed for Mr. McLean in the election. They are often needed for meat and to sell thft hides in hard times. RESIDENTS Mrs. Benton Hatch and daughter in from California last night to join Mr. Hatch hero. E. R. came with Mrs. Hatch to t-is- Jt.for a time and will possibly make home hero. Mr. and Mrs. Hatch live in the new Ashe cottage on St. terns. There a choir of 500 voices. TO PROTEST NORTH LANARK Oct. T. Caldwell, Liberal candidate, who was defeated in North Lanark, will institute pro- ceedings against the return of Tho- bourn, who was elected by nine ma- jority. The action is being taken on the usual allegations. TO ENFRANCHISE BLACKS London, Oct. Durban Na- tional convention has decided to pro- pose the enfranchisement of colored people subject to a severe education and property test. It is anticipated that a majority of the whites in the Transvaal, Orange Free States and Natal will not accept this, unless it is energetically supported by the im- perial government. CAN'T AGREE ON BISHOP Montreal, to grtrrt upon n successor to the late Bishop Cr.rrmch.ju synod of the diocese of Montreal, adjourned this afternoon until November 24th, by which timo it ia expected, that it will possible to sgrecHpon a name for the high office. Winnipeg, Oct. striking tri- bute to the character and worth of Hon. Thomas Grcenway as a citizen and a public man is that offered by his strongest opponent in the poli- tical arena in this province, but one of his closest personl friends, Hon.R. P. Roblin, the present premier of Manitoba. "The place which Thos. Grcenway filled Manitoba WAS n large he said. "Although of late years.his activities have been removed to Ot- aawa, and although for somc time he had been identified with federal rather than proyinciali affairs, his name was still one to. conjure with in many rospocts in this Western Laml." Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 3 o'clock this evening in the parlor of the Windsor Hotel, the Rev. Dr. Hender- son, pastor of the Dominion Method- ist Church read a service over the remains of the late Mr. Green-way. The" remains were sxibsequently plac- ol on tnc X. T R. commission's pri- vate car They will be accompanied west by J. W. Greenway and C A Young of the N.T.R. Commission. congregation added words of greeting on behalf of his ovm. church. 3fr. and Mrs. Lytle were presented with a complimentary address accom- panied. beautiful silver tea ser- vice. JMr. .Lytle warm ap- preciation of. the kindness shown him nnd-. of .the continual round of surpris- es that awaitetl him on' his return from the very first, when they found the parsonage so daintily furnished by the ladles of the church. Mrs. Ly- tle also warmly thanked the people for their cordial welcome. The latter part of the evening was sper.t in personally greeting the pas- tor nnd his wife. MRS. DEAD New York, Oct. Mrs, Wm. As- ter, who has seriously ill with heart trouble for some time past, at her residence on 6th Avenue to- night. Aster for thirty y has been regarded as the social lead- er of New York. For nearly four weeks she has been ic a critical con dition. CANDIDATE FOR MAYOR Winnipeg, Oct. W Sanford Evans announces that he i? definitely in the fieldx as mayoralty candidate for 1900. FOR MAYOR OF EDMONTON Edmonton, Oct. Lee is in the field as a candidate for Mayor. GETTING AROUND THE LAW Spokane. Wtsh., Oct. of the saloons in the river district of are around the anti- Tf-o lunch law by offering bw-r at cents n glass and lunch at one They must bought Uipitlirv. While some of tho places claim to lave lost trade since the ordinance became effective, others say that they are money ahead by the elimination of the lunch' roulo..' It 15 not be- lieved that the one cent schedule.', will lasl vc-ry long. ed the bar. He was orderly and quiet This evidence closed the case for the crown and the defense put forth no witnesses. After the counsel had, addressed the jury the judge gave. his" charge to the jury which was clearly in favor of the accused. s The jury upon their return rendered a verdict of not guilty. 'The Judge in discharging them said t'jiat in the evidence produced he concurred in tho verdict. The case against Rudiak as accomplice nnd abettor was dropped. This morning thrt men Jamen and Holmes, accused of interfering with a switch and with assaulting Geo. Cha- rest, the A. R. I- yard foreman, wore discharged, the crown havina; no case against them. The Vadnais case is, on the docket for Monday, Nolan of s defending the accused. TWO BROTHERS ELECTED Winnipeg, Oct. orge Sharpe, reeve of tho town of Pryden, Ontar- io, is a guest at the Commercial ho- tel, on his way home from Lisgar constituency where he b. en help- ing luS brother "Will" to win the Dominion contest. Gocrge and W.H are brothers of Mayor S.S. Sharpe who won in the Conservative interests in North Ontario against G.D. Grant, that constituency being Liberal the last four years. WILL TENDER RESIGNATION Edmonton, Oct. is- stood that Major Beale. chief of po- lice will tender his resignation at the next meeting of the city. couacil on Tuesday night. A month's, no- tice is required and the resignation will ask that it become effective on December 1st. Since the police in- vestigation and.the acquittal, of De- tective Sergeant Griffith on the charge preferred against him, it. has been a foregone conclusion that the chief would resign. SERIOUS CHARGE.AGAINST 3OY. Fredcricton. X.B... Oct. 14- TO PROTEST STRATTON'S ELEC- TION Peterboro, Ont., Oct. a meeting of the Conservatives it decided to protest the election Hon. J.R.Stratton charges. on the usual of Covered Bridge, parish of Stanley, is in fail here charged with causing the death of another boy named Geo. Clarey at that jjlace on October 16. The two boys were out shooting to- gether, and the rifte which Urquhart carrying iraa dischargtxl, the bullet striking Clarey ia neck, inflicting a wound from the .effects of which he died in twenty minutes. Urquhart that th.> ebootinf was accidental. v ;