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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridee Herald MILLERS WANT1 Jumped From i Train Twice ALBERTA AI-BERTA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMER IS 09 WHEAT In England-It Is Best Milling Wheat They ARGO TO ON CATTLE NO. 222. Walter lllingworth. of Blackburn. company with Joseph Appleby, the director of .Joseph Ap- pleby and Sons Milling Co.. of Lan- one of the largest milling companies in Great Britain, were in Medicine 'Hat, Aug. 31.-A recently arrived immigrant made two desper- ate attempts commit suicide by i jumping from trains between Maple 1 Creek and Medicine Hat 'this The man first boarded the Soo- Seattle at Maple Creek and when tram had attained considerable speed jumped from the steps sustaining in- juries. He succeeded in walking back to the station, where he boarded the I 'section section. Shortly after the' train left ha was asking for the loan' I a gun among passengers1 and later jumped through the rear vestibule I iwmdow Of the car. Tn a miraculous I manner he again escaped, death By. f Presenting various trading interests jiallmg on soft ballast. The train parliament today ,t0 ask the turned .three where it met the ffovei-nmcnt to remove the embargo would-bu suicide walking alonff theiin lhc importation, of Canadian cat- Canada .As- quith Refuses To Remove It THANKSGIVING DAY OCTOBER 25 Ottawa. Aug. 31 .-An order i" council, was passed this afternoon; appointing Monday October 25. as" Day. -The government de- cided vt-o continue the innova- tion set last year of making Thanksgiving Day come on a Monday instead of on Thurs- day, as heretofore. MADE Rat! FOR TAG DAY London. Aug. deputation re- the city today with A. M. Grace Was SOmewhat bruised, but jtlc- Premier Asr-uith in-reply said-he J. D. McGregor. of the Southern WtLS PUL aboard guard.'He gave j fretted that he saw no possibility j no explanation of his conduct and at jof to the request, for .while r. A. ACLAND IS GO ING TO NOVA SCOTIA To Look Into the Labor Troubles in that Province Ottawa, Ont.V Aug. 31 .-Hon. And Hospital Sunday -Line-Up and Route Of Procession The, Hospital j met last night Sunday committee to put the final j Wionipeg, Aug. Cahad- iun problems continued to raupy the attention of the British scientists, !and at practically every section this ;morning questions of -interest' were j under discussion. Two important I solutions were passed in t hi- jical section. One recommended the j governments of the west that the vn- mediate steps he taken for the mination of the rats 'from tm- south j If they were allowed to spread the west they would .huuage j twenty-five per cent. Of the crop yield j annually. The second resolution was i one urging the" federal authoritiw; to SELL THEIR Scotia in order to get a full report of the present industrial sit- berta Co. "This is the, third time i have been J hospital in said Mr. Illingworth. j "and I can truthfully say that I am j vorwr with it than MAN BROWNED was sent to the general !lfc m'lSht be true that j non-existent in Canada j cattle, it was indisputable that dis- disease was among the .easorl Wimals appeared from, time to the -CLJCJls, iZ V Aug. d was lllingworth is struck with wonderful advancement that has tak- en place in Southern Alberta during the past three .years. He landed at Bow Island not three years .ago when all. that be seen was a water tank and when land couid 'be had for a song. Today he finds a thriving town and no land whatever avail- able. 'I Speaking ol- the- Lethbridge .district Mr. lllingworth remarked that -he was wonderfully impressed with the farms j and the results that he has seen hen- i and this is no more newspaper, talk either, lie was most sincere in his praises of our 'city and predicted a remarkable future for Lethbridge. "Without doubt Lethbrifl-ge must be- come one of the great cities of West- ern Canada. With your coal wealth and the enormous tracts of product- ive soil surrounding it, thy of the city is assured." Mr. Jllingworth expressed himself: '.as deeply grateful to the mayor and aldermen of the city, and particularly Aid. Hatch, for the kind and hospit-, the smaller war able manner in which thyy have treat proposed Canadian Hi. )time in the United States with dis- ad irjastrous results. the ort tne part of the MANY CHARGES FILED IN STRATTON CASE Tomato, Ont, Aug. 3I.-A. court or- der declared the record complete'in the petition of Burnliam to Monday next. In the ab- j 1uescion disappearance of sence of the chairman A. C. Messer I -in..British Columbia. A was voted to the chair. The Salvation Army offered to givt. j Paper on insect pest problem y afternoon from 2.30 to 4 for when the 'es is, 267. BUILD WARSHIPS ON At Coffin Agreement Would Not Interfere tin, cross-petition 135 specific charge. j'reCeivln w made against .Conservatives. Xu od him while here. peopie of Canada the real stuff. The.C.P.R. brrtljre here Ls in his es- tiniation one of the irmatest struc- turcs in. the world. Mr. IHing-wpi-th remarked tJxat after a boat winch had drift-! CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RE-i-K- Stratton in ''Peterborough from the shore. A brother nearly j SOURCES COMMITTEE nuinber of specific'. lifH in trying to him. "-i Stratum and bis '----------_________ 'of all the Provinces Ex-Officio Members Ottawa, Aug. accordance, .________ [with an act of Parliament passed last f jsfission the government has appoint- I [WrRlpACC i ed a strong and representative com-! j mission for the conservation of the' j natural resources of Canada. I The Hon. Clifford Sifton.. :s chair- man. The other names are Hon. ney Fisher, Hon. Frank Oliver Hon. Wm.Temple'man, Premier Hazard, of Prince Edward Island, Attorney Gen- eral Pipes, of Nova Scotia; Surveyor General Grimmer, of New Bpins- wick: Hon. Jules Allarcl, of Quebec; i Hon..1 Frank Cochrane, of .Ontario; 1 r Hon. Hti.trh Armstrong, of Manitoba; claimed for Hon. J. A. Calder, of. Saskatchewan; Ont., that .there are i Premier Rutherford, of Alberta of sufficient ma-1 Hon. F. J. G, Fulton of British Co- lumbia. AH are appointed' ex-omdoj and a number' of members -were selected from th unseat J. concert on the square on Sunda the benefit of the .fund. The Citizens Band will parade at the K. 1'. hall at 2.30 and proceed work lochhead of 3 be cleared Award Contract For Tearing Down Old School At the regular monthly meeting of' the Public School Board held in th6 Board room at last night only Johnston -and the Central School Trustee Galbraith Austin were present, by iVof. Chtairmaji FJeetwood and Dr.; Stewart i Co-lle-e. Busi- out of the city. up tomorrow The Party will go through to coast. A special train will leave at midnight on Thursday, ami of the secretary-treas- urer Bowman- showed that for all pur. poses the Board this year to date had and had an overdraft to "the grounds in front of the C alt I' ancouver wilt he reached on lion- at the bank of about The! hospital, where they will render program from 3 to 4.30. Ladies will On the return the'scien-j The tenders for the thirty-year five usts will go to Cal-gary. thenep to j Per cent, debentures for were J'xlmcnton and over the C. X" presoat ttt hoth thesc concerts ajlfi thc c- -v- to J There Were many after each subscriber A nwnher of side Crips them, there beintr twelve bid? The -also have been planned, one of the I tender of .A. McKenzie and Co most mteresfin- bpinsr to Prinoc RJ. flf Toronto, pert. uttaua, Au olhngwood, IN AltNDANCE At City Schools-TIiirfy Cent More Tban Last Year ivmg- a tag to save him or her further requests. In the evening: starting at 6 p.m. j there will be- church parades to the j four churclKiK. -Tirl t-ht- p otL-ssio-n wil! I line up on the. square in, the following- order Chief Marshall, A. C. Slesscr. Section Band. Hospital Curl i Oddfellows w-ith 'Rebeccas, Sons ,'England. j CONTINUES TO BE SURPRISED in. I Order of Foresrers, Companions of i i Forest. j Section Army Band. jOrangeincn. .Modern Woodmen ol Am- i erica. M. Nanlon CoiBments Improvements-Marked Projpeiiiy represented by Horni- brook Whittemore of Calgary was accepted at being at the rate j OF with accrued int-exest prim- j in? debentures and delivery j Lethbridp-e. The other tenders I Brent. Co. Toronto, Vv'ood Gundy Co- Toronto. 39411; Ontario curitiesj Toronto, ufacturers Life Jns Co has found the1 an'd the which has.ap- 'pt'a'-wi sonic whethe Jf tendance is K b.-ise the j .Section Band, Caledonian increase in the school at- Society- Canadian Order of Foresters i it would Ix- a coutravi'nLion.of the Jtush-Bayot agreement if Canada were to build warships on. the Great Lakes. The Kush-Bagot agreement is understood by. the governor them. Prof. H. Aj of .the Univcrsitv uny criterion on which Order of Foresters. of- the 9ty, the Parade will proceed along surprised at th "J have not very much to tell you this time except that 1 am moi Geo. A. Stimson, Hamilton .39.0JO: -aiay JaEies, Kegina j 39.277.50: J. G. Macintosh, Winni- 'peir. 38.376; J.-Addison Eeid Eegina, i3fl.4S7: Mutual Life Association i Toronto, 39.000; Dominion Co., Toronto, 39.339.30. Tilery were two tendeis for his opinion the results which he has inCed not entcr into consideration in TWENTY THOUSAND MINERS seen in this district doubt be paralleled in Alberta such will without a caSc'' Jor vesscls could be built the Southern capable of j WILL GO ON STRIKE j at the sc PittsbuTg. Aug. Westminster School presented to the School Board at the regular meeting last night, show that the attendance Company's enormous the canals and mig-ht be either by National President Lewis, tract west of here. The company, he to Halifax without 'arm- the National Executive, and the remarked, were indeed fortunate There is this further consid- the United Mine Workers of America, obtain ing: the services of such 'cap- I eratiou that United .States has union miners "will likely go out able men as .1. D. McGregor as man- Practically brotaar the'Rush-i strilse the- PittSburg district to- or two m- down the old part of the old Cen- goe ti-al School and -building up the Bar- ford wing to be used as a High School the tenderer to take the material. Hotsou Leader offered to do h fcr and the material while Doyle and Thomas' price was and j Bagot A. Grace as en-g-ineer. About fifty miles of the irrigation ditch are now in a fair way to com- pletion. Mr. ArcGreyor, the speaker remark- ed was one of the first men to pre- dict the real possibilities of Southern is concerned. Alberta and his predictions have -been borne out and win continue to be borne out. in fact. lllingworth thinks that if. the results which are better known by the people in England very many more such people would be attracted to i Southern Alberta. What is wanted to get the best class of settlers, from I the old country js simply actual J facts. There is assured work and the brightest of prospects for the men I who are willing to work and to learn jfrom the Canadian. "There is no Iroom here clog or the Wr. Tllingworth was Impressed S100'000 te fact that Canada wants and needs j H' Corkers and that she wiy get them j agreement by placing armefl morrow. The ig5ue is tht vessels on the Great Lakes black powder, the ot seems to be no-thins so that there which would prevent the building- of warships on Canadian inland waters in so far as the international agree- could not settle. sxpiosive. a question which a conference that last- ed two days between -the nnni' operators and union district, officials a- compared with 539 for the same month last year, an increase of 248 ov over thirty-one' per cent. Of these 528 are at, the Central where 391 start-, ed last'year, and 259 at Westminster ifour where there were 148 in August, 1908.1' are requested to appoint the Presbyterian-church, along Hound who hus been spending a dav j T? 14-L. I v v to Heflpath. along Redpath to Wesley looking over the company's property addition to the material which is church, where Section 2 will attend: j here. "There are signs of prosperity j wtiln'ated to be worth, about ?6 000 section 3 proceeding to the only at Lethbridge but all along The of the former was CHUTon QTKI T __ and Section 1 to the English j the line. I move about a good deal and see a ted; the ef-j order to get some good pictures for for Friday. j oflicialb and the j school rooms Tht-ge include tenants at Caledon- i -1- xvas i.succBcdc-d m preventing- the adjoining: ildings from sharing the same fate. TO t, i ie rolling stock around the station the de-eminPts wer, but only dkl not suffer and some I were called today and it was! Iyinfr thr.ro jft time I arranged by coun.se and to escape the flames, including several j by the court that others prwent barrels of oil. The also saved P should return home and be again hooks an.ri tickets "from the office but! m attendance upon specified dates, j lost all his household effects. Tn.- eases from Reserve, 30 in num-1 main line was blocked with the de-i ber, have been set down for tornor-ibris and telegraphic RIVER NAVIGABLE Being Spent on the Removal Aim. e, of Winnipeg and fernment Engineer Mailhoit, of arf. here superintending the row. Thosi- from Nos. 3 and 4 will j was completely rtrnioval of from the Sas-. 'jkalchewan river. The Dominion Gov- ernment has appropriated for this work in order to make the stream navigable for large steamers. re- be called for a day to bo fixed at to. j working clearing the track and morrmvV: sitting. I running- wires. At the last word j ceivod by telephone. competition is so keen. The COUnTty executive committee, is pri-j ir. w. Mcadl ish millers, ATr. Appleby'-stated. "I7 tO aSS1St ln the city [necessarily, on that account, in their treat- i than American.; ITS ever dream of being. Al- j ?h the Alberta wheat is in of Tammany misrule.' more scientigc of the -graffi de- 'fi city or. in full Swin I Threshing is now going on all j around in the different localities tri-! jbutary to Lethbridge. Some grainf is being marketed and delivery will] 1 Irvine Grants RACE MEETING AND FRUIT FAIR AT CRANBROOKI CH1EF JUSTICE Gas Franchise in a fcw ays. of Cranbrook. B. C., August j September 14th and 15th Cninbrook i will hold her big race meeting and NEW LINE OF STEAMERS ON THE GREAT LAKES .Port' Arthur, Ont., Atig 31-Pre thclliminary .steps been taken to- renders ,t almost impossible1 to ward the organization of a company when thft to include Port Arthur people Co.. has amount needed sources of production sup- iat need so much more cheaply. j-n-d is t-he hub of the grain pro- k centres, receiving her food sup [Continued on Page Four.) American? interested in the dry dock- proposition to operate a new line of lake steamers with headquarters hero and to engage in the packaca i >r I and Elevator 01 and eminently the colo" h laSt to discharge thc duties of a build- is strong Kernel. Farmers mg inspector. He will work in con- junction with the fire chief. Mr. -Afcach's duties commence today. Tho salary for the combined have been getting 82 cents for No. 1, Harvesting is now general all crops arc good. 1 Irvine, Sept. Irvine town council has granted a twenty year franchise to H. C. Youill, of Trvino, to supply the citiens of. the tow gas. Mr. Youill will about October and oxpecfp to reach gas at one thousand feet. H> thc citizens. The crops around Irvine Fifteen thrr-l'iiv now busy and th? -rj will go 1. It is that, ih-. vic-d f'f this district, will thr....j thousand fnir. T.nrgcr prizes are being offered and the people of the district are very enthusiastic. All of the ranchers and fruit, growers of Kast Kooten.-iy working to make display so as to show what this of Western Canad.'i. and the Northwestern States and in con-sequence there will be a fine showing on the track. Cranbrook has a reputation for making good on ;my entertainment that she attempts and the pco- t pie 'in charge of the fair this vear t propose to do do bettor thnn was ever i done in this city, before. f STRONG IS DEAD Ottawa, Aug. Sir Henry Strong, retired Chief Justice of -the Supreme Coxm, died this evening aged 84 years at his residence on Queen St. He was born at Poolc, Dorset, Eng- land, and came to Canada in 1836. He was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1875 and retired and wW succeeded by Sir Elizear Taschere eati JAPANESE MERCHANT WILL VISIT AMERICA Ottawa, Aug. 31 .-Word was received here that a delegation of Japanese merchants who are shortly to visit the United States will come t'-. the trip to bo entirely under American auspices and to be confined'to the .Pacific coast. ;