Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
TEe Lethbridge Daily Herald Letliln-idsre. Altt.. Sept. 0, Number 224 LIBERAL MEETING IN REDING'S HALL TONIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK pTEND CROW f THROUGH TO I COAST Significance of Remarks by Sir Thomas Shaugh- nessy at Nelson .11. C., Sept. ,-vn- nuimrcmi'iit made at, Nelson by Sir Shauglincssy, 'president oi Me Canadiuii I'aciiic Hallway, that "it certainly will not lie betore an enormous amount of money will rli nt here anil in thc is taken to have reference to'the early con Unction bf the Proctor-Kootenay 1 uidiiie; link, in the Crow's Xi.'si Pass R i ul through route to tfie coast, t A. ttW. Action Will be Tried in Supreme Court Next Month (Special io the Edmonton, Sept. 5. The action brought by the provincial govern- ment to obtain control of of funds of the Alberta and Great iV'atcrways railway lying in the :ustody of the Royal Hank, will be tried at the full sittiipj; of the sn- picimj con tt to commence on October 3rd, the first Tuesday in the month. In chambers todav Deputy Attorney f General Garry applied for an order setting the action down for trial. I1' tank" Ford, K.C., who appeared for the Great Waterways! while opposing the motion, a.skcd that the final set- IHI objection is raised in the inean- i time hy Mr. Ford's clients the orcle ling of the case be left over until rate at which the Kellle .tec t ion, between the boundary ih unst Is progressing, wil. BTOI. stretch named, which wl" "lto i no served the big steamers, thc only break in the new all-rail roiito, and in addition to this fact, charter obligations demand an early construction of thisi link. Skirting Koolrnay lake 'find the Lower Arrow 1 tit this ail-rail through route is i itunly of.equal scenic value with tlie main linn and will be much shorter. The position of the steanwr routes on Kootenay, and SIo- c in KKcs will not he at all impaired v hen the Crow's Nest Pass route is changed to an all-rail basis, hut, on the other hand, co-ordinately with the company's policy of improving every portion of its rail system STIRLING MEN TRAINMEN WERE OUT IN FORCE GREAT RECORD OF YOUNG ITALIAN Went Through the Public School Course in Less Than a Year 1lic Kootenay, the steamer luoivinB fully equal attention. Thomas intimated that the Colcman, Sept. much cre- dit cannot be given a young Itaiiai in i in the Crow's Nest Pass for the ani- se r vices hitiion, perseverance and progress he illtri tlie ast vcar. Be_ cieast of 'traffic for thc Crow route a Iew months 1he pist two years, had been most knowinB practically nothing of It 'is' very probable that i the n local service between Nelson 'and j the; Primer work last September an'd tho co-ist, over the existing route, j look a lesson each evening after lie put on the coming year, a j hours from the principal, T. N. Crujk- shanlc. Hy Christmas he had com- pleted the First Book, Sec- ond and Third Readers, at thc same time making some advancement in arithmetic anci some other branches. As you will perceive, having to learn the language made it many times step which the expanding trade be- tween the Kootctiay and the demands. NELSON CASHIER SHORT IN CASH Sept. thc local ftlliclals of the Dominion -Express Co. arc extremely reticent us to the result of the examination or the safe, which took three days to drill open after tho disappearance of Richard Mlly, cash- ier, it is generally understood that the missing man appeared to he about 1900 Bhort. Asked for ft statement the officials said that they could not be certain fls to the -exact condition of Reilly'e cash until the books had heon audit- ed and a statement received from the liead auditing office at Toronto. Rellly's canoe and clothing were lound at Five Mile Point on Friday. harder than for an English-speaking pupil. In .January he started to school and at once entered the' fifth standard to prepare for the coming examination in -June. His indomnit- ablc spirit and robust constitution was necessary for the task before Stirling, Sept. the wea- ther was so disagreeable that it could nimlly be expected that anyone would turn out to u political mooting, there were seventy voters out at last night's meeting here In the interests of W. A. Buchanan, ..the reciprocity candi- date, A. E. Fawns, prt-aldent of the SUrling Liberal Association, preulded and on the platform with him were Vice President 3. Holman, Secre- tary Louis Brandlcy, A. ihc candidate; T. A. Spackmnn and H. Ostlund; The meeting -was very enthusiastic and listened atten- tively to the spe-aches made by Mes- srs. Spackman, Oatliind and the can- didate. There is no doubt as to the sentiment of the Stirling people re- garding reciprocity, and Buchanan will get one of his best majorities from this poll. OF PACKED MANITOBA OBJECT Action of Railways Cross- ing Border with Through Crews Resented Emerson, Man., Sk'l't. pro- posal cf the Great Northern iind Nor- them Pacific roads to States train crews lliiough to Winni- peg, HALL AT WARNER MEETING Warner, Sept. is not a article of doubt as to tin; unani- nious enthusiasm of the electors of Warner for reciprocity. Last night in spite of the heavy rain and the nud, such a crowd of Warner electors turned out to the Buchanan rcciproc- run United ity tnall Woodmen's Hall was packed to the doors. L. T. RAIN Did Not Stop Reciprocity Crowd at Milk River Milk River, Alia., Sept. withstanding thc steady downpour of rain for the past forty-eight hours there were over forty voters irons, the airrounding district to listen to tlie Buchanan and reciprocity rcpresenta- A LETHBRIDGE AUSTRIAN UNTRUE Wife Found Him testify itjpiust hours last evening a little snow made Us appearance. In other districts, however, reports are that snow has fallen to the depth of.three, inches. This, will affect (he standing grain in some extent, hut it is likely that ft will recover 'quickly on account of the warmth today, which will melt the snow In a few hours. The rain has put the streets in a very bad condition once niora, and i Street Superintendent Seaman is very busy today draining the water off the main thoroughfares. .Wherever thc storm sewer -system is in working or- der it is doing good work in keening the streets clear of water, but as yet only n small portion of'the city is s-erved by these sowers. It is hardly expected that the pres- ent wet weather will continue much longer. The best weather of (hey-sar should come in that case the fanners will ,havjc plenty of time to harvest their crops kefore winter sots Iu. The.only fear is. that frost may accompany tbe clearing lin, but the j came almost without warning. He grain is now so far advanced that It suddenly collapsed and died in a few' moments. Ho was born at ftouchervllle, Que., in 1S35, and after a long career.at the bar wns made clerk of the crown v in 1S-S2 and judge of session for the province of Quebec and of Montreal district'in IS 97." He leaves a widow and five children. Heart failure ia thought to have been the cause of death. Polish wife, left thai point in Europe to join her unfaithful 'husband at' I.dhbridsc, Alberta, some weeks ago. L'pon her arrival at Lethhridge she. found her husband living with a strange woman. He did not tell her that the woman had been taken iis' a wife. A-fter destroying all evidence and Setters that continually passed between them, Albert Eimla, the hus- band, brought, his faithful wife to Spokane last Tuesday and disappear- ed Wednesday, leaving her without friends or funds to obtain the neces- sities of life. Saturday morning her desperate condition was placed before Alfred F. United States immigra- tion inspector, by neu'-fouml friends and an interpreter gleaned her sad story from her for. the purpose 'of bringing ihc Polish Lothario into the hand.s of the law. With the sorrowing wife was little Fred, 6 years old, whose laughter filled the immigration office. Tossing his yellow curls and talking in the Polish tongue, little did he Know of MIR deep bcarfi tragedy being "Your father deserves to be said the interpreter as he carrcssod the happy hoy. It is supposed IKat- Hinda thought iie could biing his wife Spokane and drop1 her heie, think- ing would he unable to ex- press her condition in English, and thus lose: all track of him'. Federal. officials aru already- on thc trail at the errant husband and serious SUDDEN DEATH OF QUEBEC JUDGE -Montreal, Sept. Louis W. Hlcotte died suddenly at Vaudreui! last night while engaged in conversa- ioii with Lieutenant. Colonel Labelie. h'nd not been ill and his death would take several degrees of frost to Injure it to any extent. DISAPPOINTMENT AT MltK RIVER Milk River, Sept. A. Magnit.li, M.P., arrived yesterday via A. R. and I. and was billed the electors at two o'clock. The Ma- grath organization showed their weak- ness iii not having a single represent- ative to mctst their loader and arrange Tor tho Consequent- ly there was no address made as ad- vertised. tXPERT FROM EAST AFRICA VISITING WESTERN FAIRS Minneapolis, Sept. John- son, general manager of the .Kahott government farm at Nairobi, East Africa protectorate; wns an interest- ed visitor at the fair, tlie like of which he laughingly said, he had never seen before, not iu southern Africa, lie came here from the Iowa State Fair and left for Winnipeg late last night. He is on a tour of the United States in search for a. rust-resistant wheat and wr.3 especially interested n the exhibit of a higher wheat de- veloped at the Minnesota agricultural experimental station this year hy E. Freeman, platologlst, and E C. Hohnson, cereal disease expert for the United States department1 of agricul- ture. RECIPROCITY IS WINNER AT COUTTS Contts. Sept. J. Shepherd and T. .S. of Lethbridge, rossed a public meeting here Mon-. flay evening and m.ide the vote here soiid for Buchanan and reciprocity. Although the weather was exceeding- ly disagrQcable there wns a surpris- ngly large attendance of electors..Al- linujrh favorable to reciprocity he- lore, the audience were more than ever established in thvir belief that will result in groat benefit Tofonto, Sept. a meeting of only to this border district but .the' DiUnth-Superfor Traction Co., the DULUTH-SUPERIOR TRACTION CO. to all Canada, SMALLPOX IN MEXICO Chndalahaea, Mexico, Sept. 5. Smallpox of a violent type ia taking nany lives at Seapfttatfln, a town of Inhabitants in this state that was partly destroyed by the .earth- of 7th. The state govern- ment has been appealed to for aid In out (lineage, [resignation of Mr. Forgot, of 'Mont- real as a director, .was accepted, and F, H, Deacon of Toronto was appoint- ed In his stead, Mr. Forget retired because large Interests prevented him from attending the Duluth-Superior board meeting Mr. Deacon's firm and clients have large interests in tho .company.. A. K .Ames, of Toronto, the other Canadian director, is a vice- president of the company.