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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge, Alta., Friday, September CONTRACTOR KILLED BY SIR" WILFRID LAURIER'S VISIT TO LETHBRIDGE. abandoned gas-well which was blown f linguished first minister of Canada. an invitation to look off. It. WPS n mno-nifipont. oi'n-Tif f He said it was the intention of his i er people o s i 7 the flame mounting over .sixty feet, j department to keep pace in education the pleasure of making the presenting; a most brilliant sectacle.! al matters with the roress of the acqsiaintance of the premier off. It was a most magnificent sight, j flame- mounting over .sixty feet, _, ._____________ presenting a most brilliant spectacle. matters with the progress of the It_ was allowed to burn for- some five Province in material development. It minutes. vv'as no small work but the best in- h IH terests of the province demand that i d t it should be done. announced irom. Sir Wilfrid Sir Wilfrid's Speech Sir Wilfrid got a ureat reception A large number of Civic Address Presented This morning at 10.30 Sir Wilfrid end his party arrived at the park where he was presented with a ci address by Acting Mayor Spencer On Tuesday next a half section of situated south of Bow Island will 'become open for homestead entry and 'a lively rush is expected. Ever since Saturday noon last, one homeseeker who refuses to give out nis name b.ut who is not afraid of going through considerable discomrort and incon- venience has been camped at the head of the "chute" on the land office steps turn intends io remain' there un- til Tuesday morning. With him is his daughter who carries him meals and otherwise assists to relieve the mon- otony. The man is keenly on the lookout for the so called "bull rush- ers" who have their headquarters in this city.and sc previous rushes have more than once organized and rushed .the door and forced away -those who .have 'been waiting for days. He is clearly a; British subject from across the water, -believing strongly in law and order and s'ays that he has ap- plied for-and lias-been promised the protection of mounted policemen both tomorrow morning when he will have to move from bis position 'io allow others to enter and file on other land and on Tuesday morning- when the rush for the quarters he is after will tuiCe ence. Lauriers Lrethbridge, represented Canadian opinion exactly. The British prefer- ence is -the cardinal feature of the tar- iff 'but Canada is united with Motherland in heart and life independ" ent of all tariff arrangements. Ameri- can immigrants' in Canada are just as 'proud to call -themselves Canadians as any one. The talk of annexation is utter nonsense. It is strange that the talk of annexation is onlv lan-d. wltlh a when he to speak and declare, formally open. He declar- that it was a fortunate lot for this event. u i. a mass meet-ins; will be held m the rink and addresses are Laurier. E. M. MacDonald and i F. Pardcc. 'Operators and Miners In Illinois Have Practically Agreed coal, :w.hiic, ,l r. 7 or Virginia coal, but suffer to benefit market' and. the' consumers' -nKd--'tnav coal with' cheaper; would develop the reduce-prices to >t- '-pjr-eatfe'stjirunif ber, -he quoted the 'phrase Sir 'Wilfrid- had- "H short time to protect the bcotia why- not establish ;.tariff zone. (mean .trebling the number T. of viands employed and .the sreat .for lack of markets. Accompanying the press men on their trip to the the sec- retary to Hon. G; p. Graham, and Messrs. R. V. A. TiUey A Barnsley, N. T. Macleod, man, Aid. Frayne and Jtv" Step- herd. SOMERSET'MAN" This old-time bucking e th_e Illinois Coal Operators' Associ- from outside points. In reply Sir Wilfrid expressed his gratitude for the loyalty -expressed in the address. He said that-it was his whole intention to return to thfi west over the Grand Trunk congratulated the people of Medicinal some i" Hat on the fine building and on their a of thc Cowl3oy. interest in educational matters. Hc pleased to see existing in the yuHuiiiLion i tu tnau n was a lot for that ho terdav it or the city supplemented- by many i him to open such a school and he 4dicinP it n "i and thfi of the str k- 2f from outside points. I congratulated the nf ivMirinJ to him COMMITTED FOR TRIAL the Illinoi Workers of America ves-' was nnnounced that the end rike-of the forty thousand j coal miners is in sight and that t-o- dav will probably see the end of the dispute which began April 1 The miners and operators have practical- -s tne death of Rose Kelly. at'.Swaniiake 1 Peters was admittedttcobatPof evidence not strong, yet the favor of committal.. Nine Witnesses I were examined'-by the crown and then go back over the Canadian Pacific Railway. It was his misior- that on the present'occasion not prolong his visit. It had been remarked that he was opti mist. He was when he came west SIR WILFRID LAURIER'S VISIT TO LETHBRIDGE. West- CS n Alberta 'and Saskatche- wan, is ahead of .the East in this line, and lie said that when he went back East he would tell the people there that if they would keep pace witn the West they must pay more attention to education. Talked to thc Boys The prime minister made a very happy speech to the children, espec- ially the hovs. He told them of his own -boyhood clays when n lad Oi ele- ven years he was sent, to an English I school and did not know a word of It u'as hard on him then' lie thought, but since he has eonsid- was arrested on the the charge of receix'ing C. P. R; freight of 5l5o, for trial by Inspector U appeared .ies J.-P. E. P. for tee defence and J. I prosecuted- on behalf of th COUNCIL MEETS TUESDAY On account of Monday next .being Labor Day and a legal holiday the regular meeting of the city council tI1e regular .order' of SIR WILFRID LAURIER'S VISIT TO LETHB'RIDGE. a, Adams from the train to the form at the depot. Aid. VVm. Oliver is in the n-ar, Photo by r.bc British Colonial Photographic Co. v PAPOPFf i fill H liL i Regarding Baseball Situa- tion in" Calgary Auburn, N. Y.T Sept. re- quests o'ecisicn be withheld until affi- davtts are prepared and forwarded The decision of this office is that the whole matter be referred to a Board of of the Western Canada League for immediate action on an appeal from the president's decision by the Calgary club, then either side may appeal to the board at its fall meeting. J. H. FAR'RELL, Secretary. PLANS FOR A FINE'NEW Western submitting' plans for the new Eoman cathouc church to be erected on seven lots in Block 36 a: the corner of DuX- Iferin and Cutbill greets by the con- gregation of St. Patrick's. The moat s.uitahle designs will be picked out by I a the Bishop of de- fir.tely been decided to commence 'the erection of church early next spring. RESCUED FROM NORWEG.'A-N iRAWLES iw THE-PACIFIC -Manila. -Srpt. steamer Ger- "Tiu today landed eleven survivors 'ho Norwegian trawler Bertha was wrecked off Barras Aagusr. 2Sth. whil? enroute toJapan! Bertha was a total and the survivors suffered fe-irfar hardships, Sir replying to the Civic Addrsss and Mayor Adams also figure fhoto by the British Colonial Photographic Co. K'nfl' STEAMSHIP LINE FROM B. C. TO SOUTH AMERICA London. Sept, l.-The Danish East o-uwecn y. c. sjrq South America. c.irrj-insr B. C.' tiinoer turning to Quelqubbracbo aid Que4- fiucoravo with roilwaj- ties. ;