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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JWJl 1 1VI NEW SCHOOL FOR at a Company or through any of officers or officials, any- thing to do with the con- tract for Alexandra Readers, or with the Morong 4V Company, or tht Morang Educational Company Limit- ed. We are simply Die Agents in the Dominion of Canada for the publica- BAYNE MUST STAND HIS Board of Education to Erect Building Similar to Gmrtland St. School Fire Protection Last night the ffchooi board asked the i architect to 'call tor tenders for a duplicate of Courtland St. school to be erected in thfe North Ward on lots to be purchased for that pur- pose. The tenders close next Wednes- day at 6 o'clock. A communication was road from the Trusfees of .Westminster Church offering the use of the Church for per month for u period of six months. However, the trustees will use the basement 'of the school -to accommodate a claws until the ;new building is completed. The school HOW has an attendance of thirty- one over the maximum. The committee "on school manage- ment brought in a report setting forth the duties of principals of Ward schools. In general he is to haye charge of the discipline and promo- tions in his school. He will have the oversight of the janitor and will got his supplies through the secretary to whom he'.'. will report needed pairs. He will consult'the principal of the city schools regarding promo- tions or transfers from his school, the interpretation of 'the curriculum and regarding all matters affecting the relation of: his school to the city schools. A representative oi a heat regu- lator Co. was present arid thoroughly explained by means of a miniature system the automatic temperature controlling apparatus. The system-is operated by compressed air that is maintained by electric, steam or hy- draulic force. The cost of installing such a plant in the new school, would The matter was laid on the table until Wednesday night. Alderman Cuiiiuiigliam was present and addressed the board with regard X) fire alarms and tire escapes for Westminster School. -He .also sug- gested that hose attached to a res- ervoir be There was quite a discussion regarding th.- various kinds of fire escapes. The Aid. recommended a canvas chute which is" used-in large; cities in the East." This is thrown- out of a win- dow and the children tumble in drop- ping a few feet at a time until the bottom ,ia A room can be emptied in this way in a very short time. Mr. Cuflimifham will place''his re- commendation before the council in writing. F. P. SARGENT DEAD Washington. D. C., Sept. Pierce Sargent, commissioner gener- al of immigration for more than six teen years, grand master of the Bro- therhood of- Locomotive -Firemen, died at hjs apartments in the Man- or House in this city today. He was 56 years old. just as we are at present ageuts for the educational publications of Houghtou Mifflin and as Ve formerly were for the MacMillaiv Company and the D. Applelon Com- pany, before they established their own houses' iu Canada. We have tak- en occasion to deny this charge in tlie most formal and most specific terms to the proper authorities; and this denial has been widely circulat- ed. In spite, however, of bur denials, which we are prepared to. establish either by affidavit or through ah m- vefitigstion of any kind; the ridicu- lous charge, is being constantly re- peated. AH far as we know, none, ol the officials of the '.American -Book Company have never even a set of the Alexandra Headers nor have they the faintest idea of wjiere the books manufactured. We trust" that this will give "you the desired information: but i there is any thing further that you would like to know, in connectioi with the manufacture of the books we shall be very glad indeed to sup ply you with the facts. We have to thank you you courtesy iu telegraphing us and may add that this courtesy is on which has not been extended to u by some other newspapers. These hav accepted current, unfounded ruinor fo fact, and have acted accordiuglj We have had, however, we are glad to say, inquiries from newspapers in Alberta whose Editors have similar ideas to and whom we have N.S. Distri- butor of Rum and Money Truro, K. .'S. Magistrate the court this morning 'tpYgJve his decision in the Bayiie bribery: trial in connection with the Colchester- flections. A. C. probably'ran.'some or acres but in mak- ing the estimate the Free Press has thought it to allow for a large acreage destroyed by gophers and hail; for the areas, ixot large in any one section, but a considerable total, where the j was ploughed down for heat damage, j and the other ureas where late has been too badly frozen to make JL worth while cutting It. The estimate of yiuld, therefore, is based acres, though u is possible this may be too snuU. As to the average of yield, the Free Press average, made ap fri the averages" given for each line coh- ered, was exactly 18 5-8 bushels, as many points have been visited J.HJ- fore the frost came, it has been essury to allow for frost Again, there will be some shrinkage in yield from the fact that farmers are cutting too green; .and further, there were some crops count NO DECISION AS TO LABOR CANDIDATE Local Trades and Labor Council Will Wait Until After Halifax Meeting Monday's Celebration Patterson stated thai A. L. Davidson, j tHl in the fu'Kt estimate that will have Conservative orfftnuc-r was present. and wished to mike statement Da- idson said -he had connection what- ever with the matter whereupon the Magistrate stated -fai he was not entitled to be heawl P.S the court had met for one purpose only and he would not allow anyone to address the court. The maiairaifcttien went into the REV. W. PATTERSON STRICKEN Toronto, Sept. Philadelphia despatch says Dr. William Patterson, pastor of Bethany Presby- terian church of that city and former- ly of Cook's cfittrch, Toronto, was stricken with appoplexy yesterday af- ternoon and is in a. serious condi- tion-. Dr. Pateraon is well.known throughout the Dominion. accordingly. yours very truly, Morang. Educational Co.. .Ltd., JOHN C.SAUL, Sec. nature of the'chiifes and briefly re- viewed ihe etiHiwice, stating that certain they were given sums of ;Haooey and other con- sideration in SUjoifleld's interest, and that the- contradicted. He said aHyoag'twho heard evidence would' come other conclusion than the" rum were given for the purpose "of inueiicing the elec- tions and that "was of ho conse- quence where- Bayne got the money. Jle further staled tKstt there was con- to be counted out at the fimtl wind- up of the season for various causes. It 5s felt, however, that in allowing 1 5-8 bushels per acre, the Free Press has made provision for any damage that may accrue from any cause what soever. The averages for the various lines covered at the date when sum- maries were made, were as follows: C. P. II. main line, Winnipeg to Moose Jaw 18 Manitoba N. W. 18 Kirkclla to loinigan.................. 15 Swan River' Minitonas 19 Regina to Prince Albert............ 15 Estevan to Moose Jaw 20 Pilot Mound to Estevan............ There was a good attendance oi delegates present at the Trades and Labor Council meeting last night when President Sid Duncan took tho chair. To assist the secretary he was giv- en an assistant and when the nom- ination and election of officers came up Bro. W. Scott, president of the who acted as interim secretary, was elected assistant sec- retary by acclamation. The credentials of Bro. J. McTag- gart from the Miners' local were presented and accepted. In the officers report it was stated that the Council had arranged a day's programme for Labor Day that would not only be a credit to Lethbridge but to any city "in Canada. There was a good entry of floats for the parade and everything pointed to the day be- sidcrable -evidence that the money was not of Bayne alone. Winnipeg to LaRivIerc............... 15 ing one to be remembered in the an- als of unionism in the city. Sub criptions had come in to the treasun TENTS OUT OF FIRE LIMITS PRATINGT By the the witnesses it came from outside this altogether arid if furnished in this way it must-strength en the be- lief-that it was the purpose of corrupting the electors and there was no other course, hut to commit the dtfendant for trial.under the charge made against Fernie, B. Sept. The Coun- cil passed a by-law yesterday to have all tents witliin the fire limits re- moved to an oulside point and the fire chief with the chief of police aod'jiplifiwl eaefcT per- son within the limits- to move- their! tents. This step is taken to make it in case of 'fire. The weather is SHERMAN THE Winnipeg to Wolseley, via Reston 17 C.N.R., Winnipeg 16 Lcuore and Miniota branches 19 Virden to Brandon via 15 Dauphin to 20 Langham to' Edmonton............... 22 Calgary to Edmonton 23 Southefu Alberta winter wheat 30 OLD-TIME RANCHER KILLED'AT NAWON Xantcn.'-Sept. The many friends CLEAR AND CONCISE STATEMENT BY MORANG CO. INTELLIGENT AND FAIR-MINDED MEN WILL BE SATISFIED The school book contract is used again in an effort to prejudice the labor men against the' Alberta government. Today the Herald presents to its readers a clear statement of the case from the Morang Co. and it should intelligent union appeal to every man as a to all the statements answer circu- lated by .persons and papers-anxious to create a hub bub; over, a matter about-which they knew nothing._ Here is the letter: August" 18th, "19018. The Herald, Lethbridge, Alta.' Dear have your tele- gram of August 17th: "Labor Union here says the type for new schoo! books was set in unfair shop. Kind ly answer." In reply thereto we you as follows: "Your tele- very warm, and -windy and the dust blinding and as there are no water- ing .carts the streets are being sprink- led hy fire hose attached to hydrants. DR. PATTQN WEDS do not fear comparison, as-far as the typography of the books is witli'any Readers published today. There seems to have been a good deal of! discussion in Saskatchewan and; Alberta as to the place where the Alexandra Readers were manu- factured, and as to whether or not ;he books' were manufactured in Union shops.. secret "of' the fact.that- tibn of these manufactur- gram received. Writinp; .you in re ply today." The type for the "Alexandra Read was set up in the shop of J. S Gushing Co., the Norwood Press, Norwood, Mass. We presume that by tho. word unfair, in your telegram, you mean a non-union or an open shop. We are sorry that we cannot give you any information as to whe- Cushing's is, or is not. a Tjn- shop, but we do know this, that Union are observed and Un- ion wages paid. However, you can easily get this through the Secretary of the Typographical Union. The reason why we had the type set for the Alexandra Readers by J. S. Gushing Co., is that they are, without any exception, the best school book plate-makers in the world today. When we undertook to bring out a new set of Readers, we went to ihe very best place in which we could get the books set, and, lo be perfectly frank, we did not as to whether or not the shop was Union shop, and we do not know a the present minute. J. S. Cashing A. Co. have set up practically all the modern readers in in America today; in fact there is one o the modern sets, as far as we know that has not been set in their estab lishment. We went to the best place and naid the highest price to hav ed in and" lor which we explained ,.at -length, toi Jhe Ministers of liuucation.. in wan and -The second edi- tion of tha Readers, when we will have plenty of time to produce, will be manufactured in Canada, in what ever place or places we can get them done the 'cheapest and the beat. We have no manufacturing establishment of our own and our printing and bind- ing is let out by contract. The com-, piete edition of the Alexandra Read- ers supplied to the Provinces of Al- berta and Saskatchewan was printed by the Press in New York City, which is a Union shop in every sense of the was bound by he Franklin Bindery in New. York lity, which is also a union shop. It s the simplest matter in the world or you to verify these statement-; hrough the Secretary of any one of ,he Labor Unions in Lethbridge. Both the Van Rees Press and- the Franklin Bindery will, we have no doubt, give any properly qualified in- dividual full information on the sub- This morning at 9 o'clock at -St. Miss Madeline Hamilton Dewjfr, daughter- of the late -Wm. Dewar, of Qntario and Dr. W. T. Patton, of Coutts, were married by the Rev. Mr. Thivers. The groom was assisted by Mr. S. J; Shepherd while Mrd. C. G. K. Nourse attended Miss Dewar. The wedding ceremony was very informal there being no invitations. .Dr. and -Mrs. Patton left 10 o'clock train for Milk River and will spend a few days at Col. Mack- ie's ranch_jprior to taking up their residence at Coutts. Calgary, Sept r Sherman, head of the miners la-' this district, or Chris. O'Brien; Dominion organizer, will be nominated by, the Socialist party of their convention tomorrow rnightv. The de- 'cision to nominate is doftnite, so that the man will named at the convcn tioni. Mr. Sherman is regarded as much the stronger "mail. of the two, but whether he can spore the time to run or not is the question. He is very busy :it Kernie. and' vthe iclcction is coming uL an inopportune will be shocked his suiideu. death. .He was hitchiug 61 horses to ;a mow- er yesterday, it they .ran awtiyy dragging., the mower over liini. -life was. found unconscibBs and lived -for only a couple, of hours Mr. McDcrmid was an old time rait cher of the Nan ton district, having- been here for nearly twenty years and was held in the highest esteem by all; who 'knew him. However is for" that. there time for him. so great a is a strong prospect, ot his- One thing that favors Sherman's chances at the convention is that the older parties are anxious that he should not run. MEMBER SKIPPED OUT n a more than satisfactory manner nd two extra prizes were being of ered. Messrs. Waddingtpn Gib- )on were offering a special prize for he person holding the badge with lie lucky number drawn, while a ountain pen goes to the person sell- ng the most badges.; -a printer's error the names of the Min- ers and Brewers were left out of the published report of the parade. These unions are to parade of course, and heir names will be found on the pramme. The footballers of .the'city desiring- to pbiy .a match tearh Labor Day it was generally un- derstood that they have their game ifter tlu; sports are over, which will ilow them ample time to provide an ntoresting game. In connection with the Fernie !und the council has derived from ,he sale of badges, and this amount will be immediately forwarded to the Fernie Trades and Labor Council 'or -disbursement Owing to a number of sufficient and good the Council will not now have a delegate at the Trad- es and Labor Congress of Canada at Halifax. However, it was decided to forward a resolution to the gress from this local body to the ef- fect that the Trades and Labor Con- gress are in favor of placing candi- dates in the field pledging themselves to the collective ownership of all sources of production of wealth. Several members spoke in an able manner on. the. good fight the me-" chahics are making against the C. P. R. and several good schemes were formulated to assist headquarters fi- nancially. The Sports committee were empowered to devise some scheme whereby they could procure funds for the local strikers on Labor Day. The Legislative Committee brought in. a recommendation to the effect that the placing of a candidate in the field be. left over until after the meeting of the Trades and Labor Congress at Halifax. This brought about the debate of the evening the meeting finally adopting the com- mitee's recommendation. The other was routine. AMERICAN PICKS UP SOME FINE FARM LANDpVT PINCHER CREEK BAD FIRE NARROWLY AVERTED STRIKERS FEE GN GOOD HUMOR RAWHIDE WIPED OUT A late despatch says thut Raw- hide, Nevada, was completely wip- ed ont by fire. No liverlott. BOOO homeless. Loss St. John, N. B., Sept. on information supplied by W. Ma colm Mackay, the largest lumber- merchant in Eastern Canada, Weldon McLean today applied for a writ tinder the Absconding Debtors Act against W. B. Dickinson, M for Albert county. It is alleged that the M.; L. A.-.forged; contracts, failed i-q deliver goods and that he left a trail of debts and the country. It is said that he left town Monday. One report states that liabilities roach was elected as a supporter of the local government .in March last. Pincher Greet, Sept. Agnes vice given by Gourlay, ol Hosmer, is staying with system, her sister, Mrs. E. Collins. the regular gravity ject and will to their books afford and to access thoir "Heports concerning the strike sit- uation still rontinuc to change, hut the changes arc all in our favor." This was what the local strikers had to .say this, morning. they added, "these changes are indicative of the weakness of the company with all their resources to successfully com bat a large iKxly of well and skilled men. It, is rumored Shftughnessy is BOY CONVICT FROMREG1NA that Sir coming west on a manufactory to show that these statements we make are correct. We furnished to the Hon. Walter Scott, Premier of Saskatchewan, affidavits verifying what we have here stated. We may add further that we gave de- "mite instructions to our agent, Mr. W. F. Brainard, Fifth Avenue, New York, who placed the contracts for us, to sec that the work was done in Union shops. As far as the'charge that the Amer- ican Book Company had. anything whatever to do with the contract for the Alexandra Readers, we have only this to say, that it is ridiculous and absurd. The American Book Com- Readers set. and. as a result welpany, neither nor indirectly, the scabs. tour of inspection. The men say that apparently he is tired of hear- ing the reports received and" is com- ing to investigate for himself. The circulars tell of the strenuous efforts of the officials to keci> trie the wheel presses and borinjx mi '.s going was shown tip by the Toro ito Express taking the ditch owing to a wheci coming off the axic on the ten- der. Great credit is given to U. P. Pet- tipicce for the enlightenment received from his addresses. The men say that the wheat is be- ginning to move ond. before "a week is gone the real effect of the stride on the motive power wUl be seen. Also that the officials still continue to disagree. The report tells of scald ing and other accidents received by WE LEAD THE REST OF THE WEST Average Wheat Yield In This Part the Highest Edmonton, Sept. twelve you. 'old lad who does not look much old er thim ten, is the -Jutwst addition the prisoners at the Alberta peniton tiary. This is Fred Bourke, a- Reg: na youth, who hns sentences! t. two yvars in the Alberta 'poniterttitin, for stealing some articles from Regina store. His companions w.r A number went down from here to One of. the most important rea.1 es- tate deals that has bccu put through Lethbridge .on the 1st. of the month J'or some time occurred-on Tuesday o avail themselves of the opportun- ties to obtain homesteads afforded when an American gentleman, who has been looking over land here for homcstcads by the new lands act. Among those some days, concluded a deal whereby who.V'Were successful in he acquired a little over' 2600 acres were' Messrs. LE. of the best wheat lands in this part J'Hml- of the country. 900 'acres were ob- tained from Mr. Bobbie, MrJ Callahajrf, 1050 from Dan Grey. great the of- 640 from Mr. Godsal acres from Mr. Buchan. It ficc night Tttdy we're rewarded about one o'clock on Tuesday by se- is somewhat difficult to get the exact terms but, it might be said, on pretty curing the homesteads they were authority, that the deal was a ter. cosh one and that the total amount TV. fj j v h. i u i Ipaid over was very close to The King Edward had a nor- Monday next is a red-letter day with the Creek K. of P.'s. On this dav the Dokics conic to towit chcn, although protected by a .sheet v I to initiate some of the local Knights oi iron, became so hot that it took i t. (into the mysteries of their order. Tho fire, tortunately one of the employ-: row escape from fire this morning. The floor under, the stove in the kit- 'S was in the bosoment and noticed j local lodge have arranged for a base- a strong smell of smoke. He ap-j I ball match in costume, of a humor- priseil the proprietor, Mr. llenderscn who started 'to investigate and soon discovered the cause. The alarm was but in tho meantime Mr. Henderson had put out the blaze with a small chemical extinguisher kept on the ous nature, and nso for a football match, to entertain their visitors. In. i the evening a parade of the Dokies and thoir Tyros takes place to be followed by the initiation ceremonies. A Robbins is building a new dwell- ing on the north side of the allowed to go on sxtspcndcd It was fortunate that the! by the magistrate, that he took somu- Thc boy states goods from ti.e store of the McCarthy Supply C-i. and his father took him to the police station as soon as he became awarv of the occurrence, and he sen- tenced to two years imprisonment, with the convicts from all ports of tho west, in the Alberta penitentiary fire was discovered so soon as a ser- ious conflagration would have result- ed, which ,vith the heavy wind that was blowing would not have been con fined to the hotel. The first new wheat to bo taken in at the local mill came In on Tuesday The Winnipeg Free -Press estimate of the wheat crop of 1908 _ _ is 17 bushels to the acre on Toronto, Sept. of HOW TO MAKE IT UP 000 or bushels, j the Ontario will be called upon On August to, nine inspectors start j to dcdde fls to hoff the o{ ed out to examim- the crop for is to be made up, Free Press and on August 20 the lost inspector finished his work and turned in his report. The acreage to wheat in the spring of the present year was un- doubtedly over In fact the Free Tress pointed out in the early spring when the Northwest Grain dealers were claiming less than that amount in wheat, that the ac- whethiT by suing the directors of the bank at the time of the smash or by call the shareholders. FIRE AT L'ORIGINAL .L'Original. Ont., last night destroyed Proulx's jewellery store, the postoffice, and Sterling Barik with several dwellings on Main rcagc most bo or over. It St- IjOSS startcd on Thursday. Mr. Otto Newman, one of Newman Bros., well known ranchers, is back. from northern B. C., where pass- ed a couple of months. The brothers had an idea of going into that coun- try with a big bunch of stock and e r f it T v i so Otto vrent up to inspect it. He It was from the farm of Mr. John TT I was not b.y anv means favorably im- Ilendcrson and was a splendid saux- pie. Some of it was? sent to Winni-. and-so will remain in Alberta for a to obtain the rovenuviciit grade j (while. .Newman covered on it and as soon as the report is re.- pressed with what he saw, however, ceived it will be priced. The Municipal Water an-1 Company managed to pot their tern in running order company have been operating 'J dillicuUics ever srnco the flood last spring when a number of j" wore washed out in places of the line crossed tin- creek. Water has been supplied the town since by mcuns of steam pumps but the pres- sure was not very great and not any- ;hir.g like as satisfactory as the asr- miles with pock horses, starting from Ashcroft and working up the Frascr iRivor to Qticsnelle. Payant, an ridorly rancher of this district, was sentenced to a month's imprisonment, in Macleod guardroom yesterday afternoon, Inspcctor Belcher. The charge was one of stealing a logging chain from a neighbor. s Miss Lindsay of North Dakota, has accepted a position in the Pincher nncf rtfVn.-x ;