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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOi II. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1909. NO. 22f. WIN AT POLO Victory For Pekisko and Pincher Creek Teams Winnipeg, Man., Sept. was another sorry day for the Winnipeg teams at the Polo grounds yesterday for both went down to defeat, leav- ing the visitors to fight it out for the possession of the Wintaton Cup afternoon. Pekisko was 6 to and Pincher Creek 6 to 3. An unfor-1 tun ate accident marred the pleasure of j the afternoon when Mrs. Arthur Hill, of 122 Cuchon 'St., Fort Rouge, was hit with the ball suffering a cut on ans showed! Team work was; practically absent insofar as- the Winnipeggers- were concerned, al- though individually the local teams compared favorably with their op- ponents. They were beaten by-bet- tor teams. It should be a rattling exhibition of the game this 'afternoon when the two meet. The attendance yesterday was the largest "in the his- tory of the game in Winnipeg. Large numbers of automobiles and car- riages were around te field and with a fashionable crowd, with the ladies in handsome frocks, cheering the riders and applauding the many star plays of men and 'ponies, it was a gay scene. Died After Brief Illness PEARY FINDS THE POLE, American Ex p 1 o r e r i ReportsHe Reach- ed It Of Vesterday morning tlie death took place of Sarah Bevers, wife of W. F. Bovt-rs, 'at the home of her son on Burtlett St. The deceased was in good health until within two days of her death and on Friday niirht was out for a twenty mile mo- the face and a fractured jaw. Just tor ride with She was' at the start of the game between Pincher and Mr. Sprado's team, Mrs. Hill was standing with, other spectators, around when the ball was hit numerous the field >ut of. play striking; her a hard blow on the face and rendering her unconscious. The injured Jady was imediately taken to the club house and was later convey- ed in Mrs. -Nicholson's cart to her residence, where Dr: Kenny attend- ed to her injuries. At a late hour last night she was vesting- comfort- sixty-four years of age. A short fun- eral service was conducted home last evening by Rev ry after which the body was shipped and Mrs. Bevers' home .Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. had spent several months in JAMES LAWLOR, of Canadian Forestry Association INm AN-'HARBOR, via, -Peary reports'the Stars and Stripes nailed ;to North Pole. SIR THOMAS SHAUGHNESSY President C. P. Ry. PAID BOULEVARD FINES Who -were up before Magistrate Mac- Dougall for walking on the boule- People of almost every walk of life, men, women and children, re- gardless of anything except that they were caught at it. Those who were ordered to pay their fmos were the following: William Jarvis, G-ustav Brown, Ada Kirk, Thomas Bolster, William Carter, Gerrold .Dickie, Vic- tor Biner, Torrence Bergen, John W. C. Ives, H. H. John- Wood, Harry Wardele, An drew M'csser. James Scott, Judith Hatch.. These are not all. Several more will have to face the charge and pay the fine- if .they cannot clear themselves. Catholic Church At Grassy Lake Pass Mines Are A 11 V I NEW Ail Kept OUSy The following despatch was! received here '-to-day: "Indian j i Harbor, via Cape Race, N.F.: Experimental Grassy Lake, Sept. meeting FERNIE HAD A SPLENDID TIME W. D. Haywood One Of Speakers At the' Celebration (Special to the Herald.) Ft-rnie, Sept. Day celebra- tion passed off here today without a hitch in the well arranged prcgrain. It was the first effort of the differ- ent labor unions to have a real Tin- was hfld here last night to choose a i km celebratioa and ic to be suitable location on which to erect The Alberta Government has estab- Frank, Sept. Gebo, of the G. "A. C. V pp p-y '.scientiilc soil tillage. e-" found everything working satisfac- jtOtnO JNoi'til i OiC. .1 j -p-here are acres of tory. 111 j The 1 lil! Crest mine at Hill Crest] shipping on an average 900 tons r "iof. coal per day. ilished a .'demonstration farm three north of Medicine Hat to be j reported in favor of a site of seven :au.ipbeirs I lots offered by Wm. Salvage on the jelevatrn south of th-e railway track. site was accordingly selected n building committee comp sed of "A. A., Bulger, chairman. "'John- of committee, the chairman j floats and the bodies of workmen of the finest piece of breaking one could wish to see. It was broken with horses for bridge since Mr. Bevers and his son I Mr. the Western Canadian'A SGCO lid meSSilge'fronvCO: bought out the implement business of; Collieries, is on a visit to Frank af- i mail der PearyiwaS received Messrs. Brown and McCleiiaghan Her about nine months absence. In- TJ- r w The deceased lady was very highly; terviewcd, he stated that Heroert Lndgemaii; S NEAY YORK, Sept, i motive power and'to. an even depth j J. J- McLulland. Ray Galvin and M. 'of three indies. The soil is a clay j Barry was chosin. Building opera- clav loam '.subsoil. They i tions will be commenced as soon as ably. i It was a dashing polo the. first! ehucker till the second game was I over and the big crowd had cause j enthusiasm during the entire af-L bridge. among her-friends in Leth-view and Blainhore. mines ,are work- tar of the Pesrv Arctic Cllll) very satisfactorily.. Great in.- eaply 111 this message breaking.about -June 1 und fol- loaded down with stones. They no-w disking: it with a disk load- down with stones and hauled by AN OLD TIME OFFENDER J. Currie. an old time offender, Play was ofYmuch higher the this morning on a double charge of using-.threatening iprovements are going on at Belle- 1 A new tipple is in progress at j.a cost ol some the old one s: removed to Biairinore. horses. Brier has lived on the ad-! standard than Saturday and even than the scores would more and tactics count for much it in .this respect that the Albw- vagrancy. He was re- i What, might have been a sad acci- j dent happened yesterday when Mr. ;Denipsey, of the Maple Leaf mine, Commander "Peary requested Mr. BridgenniD tO notify the j joining farm for twenty-one years. 'Geographical societies through i- A the of the meeting is firmed by the- bishnp. DEATH OF MRS. SHRUMM Last evening Emily Jane -I. Shruram, a prominent far- hundrert--dollart dollars respectively in case, he decido to 'disappear in the meantime. dri LABOR HAD HOLIDAY g-.. through the slide road. )rses bolted, and threw the out of the rig on his face, was badly cut. Dr. Malcolm- v.'as called and. dressed the wound l but found him otherwise all right. Mr. Dempsey was not hurt. The !.slide, road is'very rough -and in a "bad j condition. j Mrs. J. McDonald and her three (Children returned yesterday from a j two months" holldav. Out tllO world that tl'16 Peary I He has .been fanning there for most of that time. He now has eleven stacks of grain ready to thresh. For m'er oT Coaljtlalc. succumbed to the effects of typhoid fever with, which, I she had been suffering for some time. A husband and two children are left to mourn her loss, shipped from The body was Parlors' to Air-fir' niii'h Avnpflrhnn past five vears he has been fol- KApuuuiuii Ishippe-d irom A-tkUson s Pai'lors to -v i-i -r> i mi Slowing the summer tillage plan and i irpMfhpn 'HP North I o P HP! i Smithvillc. Ont.. where interment will uiu ouiLxj. ju. Since beginning to follow that plan i i r i take place. I he husland accompan- lIK-iSSUge was Ufiltiu U.L- inuiailihe has never had a crop failure even o i. icd hodv. arbor, Labrador.. Big Parade and Excellent Deal With Of Was Great Suc- cess In Every Way The streets of the city presented a tastefully designed float in the pro- gay appearance yesterday when the cession. The and bath 1 ttle holiday gods held sway from tubs were arranged in a wav at oncp I morning- till night. The officers' of j attractive and- depicting- Chinese Laundries .the day and members of the commit-, i tees in charge deserve commendaeion Cunning-ham's cigars for clay or' and interest. Earlv in the unusual entertainment morning pedestrians the trade Per- fection" were advertised by an The South at- i The city board of health held a meeting Friday night to discuss the matter -of Chinese laundries being. witiLin a certain area. They found that, it was outside their power to do anything in the matter. The laun- i dries will have to make provision for carrying. ofT the waste water until the new sewer, which is being voted on ,next Wednesday, is put in. which will NEW CHURCH PINCHER tltiLlV i in the most unfavorable seasons. This summer he was injured and 'has since been confined to his bed. This has prevented him from putting j his summer fallow into its usual con- jdition. j There are no buildings yet. on the j government farm, nothing- but the j breaking. But these will :no doubt I come in due time. the different crafts which followed them made tip the largest procession yet seen on our streets. Mayor Herchraer W. R. Rose, M, P. P. and L. P. Eckstinc, spoke brfefliy, after which the chairman, Thos. Adison introduced "W. D. Hay- wood. ex secretary of the Western Federation of Miners, who was the chiff speaker of the day. Mr. Haywood, was a surprise to many people who had expected hear a rather frothy, flippant speak- er addicted to questionable slang and aljuse. But while using strong Ian- jruage when dealing with th-e capital- istic classes, and adhering to social- istic lines of argument, it must be said in justice to this man, that he proved tu be the most -effective speak- er upon the labor ,subject irom las- point of view tnat jhas spoken irom a F. rnie platform in a long time. SPEECH-MAKING LABOR DAY Anglicans Propose To Erect a Fine Struct- ure Forty Seven Bus. Wheat To Acre Aid. King, W. A. Buchanan, MRP. and J. M. Ritchie, the Speakers Of the Occasion tractive poster. The South Alberta j Scrve the ,Lumber Company had a large and began to line the streets waitin for j varied display ot the materials hand- the biff procession which, marched ofi that company, t" and four teams in all. from the I.ab'or Hall about 9.30. The Marshall.. :D. J., McConrick. The Taylor rode at the head, followed, by the I composed Miners' Band about thjirty strong, the Trades and. Labor Council march- ing behind the band. single rigs Co.. a float of Hour and wheat very j prettily designed, was easily among1 the best. The big stout man on top, "Fed on Brother's Favorite" was ai The board will ask the council to provision for the cleaning of privies similar to the system of gar- jbage collection and disposal now in iuse. The health inspector will find out what arrangement can -be made and report to the council. '...An abstract 02 city health by- I law will be prepared and distributed The fire brigade was next in the or- striking advertisement of the capabil j for the use of 'tier, the- chiefs rig leading. The che- jjties of mica! engines, hose wagon, and two xi10 Club Cafe was represented by i DAM BROKE. AND DID a pony cart, and lastly the Palace A LOT OF DAMAGE livery by a pony ridden by a-diminu-! Montroae. Colo., Sept. j be laid this fall, but he hook and ladder wagons made up strength. The first tloat in the line was that of the Plumbers and Steam Fitters" Union No. 348. designed to represent Pincher Sept. a recent I congregational meeting of St. John's j Church .here, it was arranged that j steps be taken to proceed with the 'erection of a new church at as early a date as possible. It is proposed to cruet a stone building-'at a cost of when completed, hut in the j meanwhile it, is decided that thenavn i and basement, which will cost j I will prove as much as can be accom- j jplished in the building line until fu- j jture developments. The new edifice.; j is to be built on the same property j where-the present edifice stands, which will in due time be solfl and remov- ed. If possible the foundation will building will Special to The Herald.) Coaldale, Sept. P. Brown. two miles south of Coaldale, thresh- ed "bushels of winter wheat off forty acres. The new elevator is under way and is expected to be able to handle grain in three weeks. j Pawson Bros., of Coaldale. have i shipped several car loads of grain in j the sheaf. I Knapp Bros, have shipped two car f loads ot wheat. I Three threshing outfits are busy in this district. regular Labor Day speeches on blrct! the workiugmen to the .nst Weed Growers negro. The procession was most interest- and instructive, all through and _ x OAJ.J.