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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 TFe Uthbridge Dafly Herald VOL II. uETHBRlbGE. ALBERTA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1909. NO. 224. WHITNEY HAD A NARROW ESCAPE Tinsmith's Charcoal Stove Caused the. Fire ney Toronto, Sept. 2.-Sir. -I. P. Whit- had a narrow escape from death while helping to fight the fire in the parliament -buildings yesterday when a part of the library fell in. The debris crashed all round him, but be- yond giving him and -tho onlookers a bad scare, it only smashed in his. hard., Derby hat. Two messengers were also caught in the debris and badly bruised. loss MINER'S TROUBLES HAVE BEEN SETTLED j Pittsburg, Sypt. dispute be- tween the miners and operators of ,1 IftflOfl lilt} "c, men, of whom have been n a stike for over a week, wnv settia-J last night at a conference the operators and the National "Ex- ecutive Board members of 'be Unit- ed Mine Workers of America, with Na tional President .Thomas Lewis, of the organization. It is expected that a majority of the miners will nnuriv' work tomorrow. MUST ASSIST TO BEAR BURDEN NORTH COUNTRY CROPS ARE GOOD by TWO MANITOBANS DEAD Selkirk, Man., Sept. The death occurred here this morning of Roder- ick Ross, one of the old time resi- dents of Selkirk. He was 75 years old. p.tan., Sspt. Gieorge A. Cochrane, amount has p] en van'from the West. In fully subscribed and is now to tie .name of 'Mr. Wells, the Union Bank of Canada. of Mr. JolmxSterling, a fruit rancher j Dranch, -for "the fortunate race to stick The race will in the evening. DYNAMITER IN TORONTO Toronto, "Sept. hundred Taber, Sept. most appalling j nd sad "accident' occurred Tuesday between. seven and eight i o'clock which resulted in-'the death of j 1 Frank Elier't, a homesteader living about fifteen miles north of the I town. Mr. Ellert went out to shoot !a coyote and while endeavoring to 'throw into his rifle the cart- i- ly.j pounds of dynamite exploded.'tearinb his hand off WAS SENTENCED TO JAIL FOR HALF AN "HOUR Lindsay, Out... Gr. Hen- ley, a, postoffice clerk today pleaded guilty to stealing mail matter and was sent- to jail for half on, hour by the Magistrate, CROP CONDITION CLARESB lending ed Sullivan there sis weeks ago, and. j Canada. He wanted to be quite sure i -.-it is alleged he had killed two nr-n inlof his undertaking .this tremendous Michigan and one in Milwaukee. 'responsibility. He has ten men Jin Canada making a searching- exam- ination- of the country. j RAYMOND NOTES j His Lordship was utterly astonish- j Raymond, band con-Jed at special cabled reports from j test is to be held during the Magrath jjjondon recently appearing in Canad- --------------_ Fair, Sept. 23 next, when Raymond jian papers saying he has completely j ri- band will take part. The piece to'be: veered round and was now, with the JJjg ScJgnlluC. played, is "Hock of. Life." and a vvhole weight of all his papers, on! march of their own selection. side of the Assiuith government.! will also be a cornet solo contest. warmly advocating Lloyd j and the leader of the band. Geo. W. JG-eorge's budget.- ''It is an Kouse, has entered his name. Mr. !lie." he said, "and shows how news j House is an able, and capable to Canada is faked. T am not night hidden on Rose -near Surveyor Park. It that the police had a crank bad intended to city reservoir but this tho police. is theorv JAPS ARE PLEASED f Tokio, Sept. reception glv- blow up i is denif-vl blowing a hole through his bullet entering at the throat and icomimr out on the top-of his head. j Voroner Leech was called but con-j en to the delegate of Japanese com an innuest unnecessary. The mercial men by the civic and mcrcaa- remains ?-wvre brought to town ye-ster- Have No Fear Of Frost month He is leader of the senior i supporting this government and never j-------------- brass band and also leader of the was." He -declared that as a. matter _. _rr-he boys' band. He is not a paid man. of fact -the Liberal government is los- Claresholm. ept. but does it simply for the love of it. ing- .ground every day. If a general j opens with very good prospects. 1 e Certainly the'band has made rapid j election were held now it might be! Damage by frost cannot have been j strides while it has been under' his j returned by a small majority, but i and in any case with j supervision, and every good wish is j postponement would mean defeat. n so late as this year it is al- J extended to him by the people of j-------------------------- 1C1 Raymond to push the band forward.! CELEBRATION AT BLAIRMORE j Mr. Bouse comes from the old coun- j _____ I try and when there was in the ban'3 i Qood Program of Races and Other! that the farmers who are farming on: DUEL WITH SWORDS Paris. Sept. Captains Gerard and Enge. -of the French army fought- _ j duel with -swords under the high re-j jvolving near the Champ del Mars, relics a former exhibition.! i The 'content lasted jor'lialf an land came to an end only after each! Jl had an arm painfully wounded. BRYCE AND LAURIER j ARE CONFERRINGj j Ottawa. Sept. Bryce. i British Ambassador to tht- 'United j I States, arrived in this morn- ing and will confer with Sir Wilfrid j Luurier in regard to matters which i Canada "the United States are interested. day -by Undertaker Loomis, and ship- llr UI r L deceased leaves who a ror wife and two small en the home- Tbc elevator tile bodies of is warmly ap- preciated; here. CARDSTON NOTES -ich shigg, tt16 Giaate Cardston, J3ept. i Marshall, ami Skarin Co Batting like the I menced operations for 'lark Gives Answer To Question stret from early morning untal teams can be seen going to elevators. They report the i to be of excellent Duality. street j Taber schools .are without a be ?reatly icipal this week owing to the one Citizens and th trustees had engaged i ailing to .report j If or duty. i 'Mr. Tumbutl. of Hegina, is a.guest I this at tho home of H. P. Mun- ko. has a .mark of thersidewalk from Philadelphia; Koy, Baines street yespn; Heinle Zini-, will bV four feet and Al. Hob- of the complete the- avoid frost at i SUNDAY STHEET CARS IK EDMONTON I tists, as saying of Dr. ooK's Kdmonton, Sept. Sunday j cry of the North Pole New York, Sept. London des- j has the excavating coin- patch to the World, quotes Sir Rob- for a residence south, of ert Ball, Professor of Astronomy track_ Cambridge university and one of the' Rev j R_ Munro is in Toronto most distinguished of British scion- his. wpek as delegate from the Tern _ perance and Moral Reform Society at Buck sii-naii honest man thini: of" that Associating dis- ;honest even for one hour- ually ties. tiine. A poant noted noted of the Highland Light Infantry for twelve years atfd with it and the Prince of Wales on the Ophir to Sports for Labor Day Blairmore. Sept. the I "The question being asked all over world tbrlay is Why want to go 10 the convention being held -in that city. knowledge .Irom is i operation of the street cars by tail-way, will com- j th or, fare I w th authority from the Xorth Pole, mond should'feel proud to have'him jhave located right alongside C.P. the west theie are palk at .or or. Q. JR. track about one hundred yards ing a, deep shade 01 green oim Tnhn'cast of the. station, and are now' cutting will be general. O I i- and Mr. _ T jn today i SrinHO" L Olllee Efforts to d.scorer the G-reen returned on the morning train. very busy lixmg the hors.s on ,n o scientists believe the Arctic O _-_ L-! have borne at certain Brinies in the CAYC O3.I1K niijrhly history of our globe a very _____ IdiiTercnt aspect t'rom now. The ico Und snow which has preserved itun every day. Yet think of the men who associate with clothing MURDER NEAR SASKATOON 50o. tWO-thirdS O? Saskatoon, Sask.. Sept. ing to reports received he-re this raor-j visit to nine a homesteader, named Hope, x.houer.h over -f _ _ living in Zealandia district, some.j active and moden-as "WeU aS time yesterday shot dead an unknown'still does the greaterg. man, name yet unknown. his butcher business tnat The ;Moimtfd Police nrrestcd the William M. in .their midst. Meadow Creek and reports It is rumored that a new knitting All the trotting and race from have ranching not so bad, although as ne Tn the morning there is a grand now." Blairmore vs. The water works are progressing cars of sugar today, one eacn The trcnch for the pipe has following Georgeson Co., L. T. Mewburn all Brewing and Malting Co. factory is to be put up in the near [horses which arrived yesterday 1 i been out exercising today. The Knight Sugar Co. shipped five j of sugar today, one each to the j baseball tournament, wine' firms: G. F. J. Gait. Crow's Xest Pass for a .handsome j well. The trench 150 cup presented by the T.ethbridge been earned about tw o tho highest importance, justifying all j formation c- Wo'.sey. murderer and the preliminary ht-ar-jment bridge builder. ariv.v -oing on. Very little in-'Raymond yesterday. Extens'iOU to hand regarding i improvements in that district u mir is now Pol Many affair, and no details are given. Ibew going yu ail summer. PENNSYLVANIA IS the' phiiadi-lpiiia. The district court convenes here on j the 9th inst-' There are but two or A DROUGHT! three cases on the docket. j Messrs. Sykcs, I.eethem and Gus. little Austin are going to the Van felt Co., and Revillon Bros., ton. of Twenty-Three Paid Fines miles from nnri it should not be Ion? west of the or The ta Men, in the afternoon. Xobody should about six feet deep and is formed I day work began at once on it. H [the Imiss coming to niairmore for th'e j first by plowing, then by scraping.! I'6th. V-isitors will surely be aston-jand finally by spade work. The i ished at the recent rapid growth of Umtion of the reservoir at the intake H. K. Lyons and S, Achcson who (part of'-the way the pipe will go on j i have been on a vacation .to the coast private property but several of the j _____ I arrived back in Blairmore last even- farmers being reluctant to cede any, !ino._ jot their land- for the pipe without a, The boulevard offenders will nowj, Mr. Pearson :s building a fine hold up price the road allowance is j Tt a Ion? and dence right alongside of C. Chestnut's being used for these parts. he poles, probably have! has fallen in Eastern Pennsyl- mine next Saturday-with-the object continuously throughout j for months jnist investing in the property. Irought thereby created now is) Geological tirr.e Spokane Flier Was Derailed offend no more. unbroken string of repentants that filed up to the magistrate's desk this iclair have the contract. morning to receive the unvarying! Frayer and Sinclair are. erecting a verdict of S5 for the city's coffers. Twenty-three of those will go a lonff way toward repair ng done this fall and "the memory-- ofjrnore so far. that insolence" will no doubt prevent on Twelfth avenue. "Prayer and Sin- large two storey store on their pro- perty on Main street which they will The magnificent residence of 31. A. j Kigbv Spring Coulee. Sept. newjmystery 01 c of Montreal is being built existed implement i the ages. i It is Relieved that in the course of j in the acute stage. Crops and pas- the regions j fields have burned up for lack more than! and the loss to the farm- i I climate per- been heavy. A. despatch from highly a.-nimals anr3 j York. Pennsylvania, sriys the big jdclicate plants to flourish. If sncci-J p. F, Glatfelder Com- __________ mons of containing the remains j ,lt Penn., has !of fossil animals and plants have to .suspend operations Spokane Flyer going west this Ibeen brought home, their scientific Of the drought. The des- j morning was derailed at Bellevue- could not be exaggerated. Thus j patcjl that York Gaunty S.30. The engine and two cars only a very great; 8 'chapter in the history of thf farth be completed. TTnti! tho Poles aro ex- pcricncnig the most serious drought arc Off the track and upset, within the memory of living persons, italitics are reported. Xo fa- 1 ui i is approaching completion and A workman named Battery on thejplorcd man s knowledge of 1 IJ V J1 J -f T II Ugland is also building a bridge over the Old Man river, Mac- ling place wvll be sadly defective. ,'..._..SJ_______, striirk nn thr> bead with a: "To mariners, Cooks entous rent. any recurrence of the offence from who have tried it once. It will be the largest in Blair- brook with a load of horses. Thc dirt excavated from the A company is bcincr formed to build hall, dance room. a SlS.OOO opera MO more details at present. handsome residence on Shelver St. 'lead, was struck on the head with Ernest MofT-att has gone to Cran- falling bolt last night. The skull ,exploit must bnng special jrratiflca, was badly fractured. Ho was not ex- tion, Hundwls of their harcbost fore pccted to live till morning. ;-runners have sacrificed lives in for up some low spots in the last winter and is well known among prize before the which is now their school foundation has proved useful: ,Rnttory worked on the bridge here .the great qa 1 -11-- aviators have time to snatch it from them." harl and springs in the country have gone dry and supplies of water j A COMMENT ON DR. COOK, for various burroughs are becoming] ehrJstiuna, Sept. Ron- exhausted. Tho Schuylkill River is j tic cxpiorerii was interview here at the lowest point in its history iday On rjri Cook's triumph. und more than a thousand persons) Cook was my partner on the' employed in the-mills at Manayunk, jR0lgian expedition, as he n suburb of this city are idle because '-anci an on board appreciated of the scarcity of water. streets. the C. P. H. workmen. highly his ;