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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta IB e Volume Lethbridge, Alta., Wednesday, Sept, EARL GREY IS BACK FROM Delighted With His Can- be and Steamship Journey FAVORS CHURCHILL Is Making Visits to Places In Newfound- land .HumTJermoiint, Nfld., Sept. E-rey and-party in the Canadian Gov- ernment steamer Earl.Grey, arrived here at five o'clock yesterday after- noon on their way back "from a trip ito- Hudson's Bay. On their arrival jfchey were met by Colonial Secretary JWatson, a' representative- or the New iPoundland Railway North- cliffe's, secretary, and the London Daily. Mail correspondent aboard a special.train provided by the gover- -nor for Earl Grey's -transport while in the colony. .-Lord Grey., says 'that the whole of of the trip was delightful. It was like one" continuous picnic. The party experienced but a single day's delay during the whole of the period. The only accident -was when his cousin; Charles Grey, sprained a tendon in his right leg. While .the sole mishap ,was when. a'; canoe struck, a hole in INDIGNATION its bottom. The canoe journey from .'Norway' House to York factory, along the Nelson and Hayes rivers .was completed in one -day less than. estimated, although the canoes were iWindboun'd .one day at -Knee Lake. Ar- riving York Factory; -Aug. -19, the next day for Churchill in a steamer which reached the Fort STIRS FERNIE Criticism of Police Force Over the Labor Day Affray to the Herald) Femie, -Sept. man, Jaucho, who was so seriously- stabbed last [night 'by an .Italian, while under the influence of .liquor; and-who was s seriously cut as to expose, his inte tines to view, is progressing f vorably as possible under the circum stances.- The man- who is said to. have -don the .deed, is in jail and will be take magistrate to answer to th chai will have to be taken" to ascertai the effect of the wounds inflicted. It transpires today-that aside from Constables Go wan, Gorman and Jaile Hartley of the regular "city polic force, who were all present at the-so called glove contest of, fifteen, round for points, that a special constable Kennedy, of .the city, clerk's office was. put on duty to aid order in what is maintained by- it friends to have 'been a perfectly harm less and orderly entertainment. That is, that the city of Ferule with its streets .full of idle of them, in all stages of intoxication from a maudling toper to a fighting Italian, -bent on killink some as was reported -by the chief of the force was left to take care of itself while the force was engaged in keepin; order and refereeing a fight which the provincial police force had pro htbited from taking place outside o. the city. The -criminal code of British. Co- lumbia is strict in its .provisions against -prize fighting- and .-to the Number 220. IS IN THE NATURE OF A COMPROMISE Great Britain Wins More Important Contentions United Got Better on The following day they started out- .ward, traversing Hudson's Bay, coast Hngava and Baffinland -.shores; Moravian- stations, Burwell. and Okaka and "at stations, Indian Haroor' and St. Anthony. The wea- rther was delightful during, the whole period and sufficiently warm to do .away with the need :of heavy cloth- ing. The party 4s enthusiastic over the prospects of the Hudson's Bay railway. Churchill Harbor They say the route apparently does Jiot present any serious difficulties. .Churchill is a "satisfactory harbor, but York Factory entrance :is so shallow and shifty that the steamer had to lie twenty miles out and em-. hark the party in a steam pinnancc. .The schooner chartered by the Cana- tiian government is now surveying the entrance, but. reports show that the prospects are poor. Churchill Har- ibor seems to be entirely satisfactory and the party it will be chosen' for a railway terminal. The only serious defect in navigating that -region is unreliability of the cbmpas. Early Grey says he is delighted itrith both the canoe trip and the steamship voyage. He and the rest of the party are in splendid health and have grown stouter. His Excel- lency highly praised, the work o> the and Grenfell Missions. He regretted the failure of the co3 fish- ery of Newfoundlanders along Labra- dor during the present season, but predicted that "Newfoundland within a years would sell immense quan- tities of cold storage cod fish in West- ern Canada via the Hudson's Bav route. y ,aQ? leave Falls toda-y to visit Lord ;NorthcIifie and to inspect the paper mills remaining till Fridav when he rejoins the ship for the return to iCanada. Lord Northcliffe is inviting Morris, members of the cab anet and other notables from to meet the Governor-' Grand' Fails Thursday. credit of the force haying the execu- tion .of .the laws; in- this part of the province in charge, they were not hoodwinked _with the. flimsy -plea of a, glove contest for points only.; Neither. do the (provincial have. ,to .spend their time .looking af- ter the results of lack of proper .po- lice in the town of Fer while -one of these, so called harm- less: little .affairs-'is- going on ,with the.-whole ,citj'., force inside the 'build- ing ..called clean .and., drawing, their salaries as the; peace on .the streets of the town. On this special occasion calling for extra -precautions to pre- vent the trouble likely to arise from the hilarity' of a an extra policeman was put on- duty, not to look 'after these uncommon, condi- tions, but to add to the. force neces- sary to keep order during the per- formance of a farce winch is pro- hibited 'by law and not allowed in towns in the district not with the ex-pense of a city police force. There is considerable indignation over the matter as the facts in the case-are developing and it is hoped that last night's happenings will prove too much for the good nature of the'' people, and that, it will mark the end of such performances in this town. .The Hague, Sept. century old fisheries dispute, the source of constant diplomatic friction between the governments of Great Britain, Canada, Newfoundland and.the Unit- ed. States, was finally closed with ;the award by the International Court of Arbitration. The American government is sustained on Points two, .three, four, six and seven out' of.the total of the seven points on, which the issue was framed. Great Britain wins on -points one acd five. Five Fight a Century Old is Over "Prom where must be measured the is the most important of The fifth point was started in the form of this "Efom-. where raus be measured, the fhree; marine miles of any of the coasts, -bays, creeks or ha'rbors re- ferred to-in article one of the Amer- ican-British treaty of 1818, the Unit- ed States claiming the right to take the' measure from any point of the British ..North. American shore, and. claim the: li'bertyfto fish in the mid- dle, of any Canadian bay or estuary having ,a.'radiusSof more than three. miles. The British contention was that the limits should be measured from an imaginary line connecting the headlands. The peace court sus- tained the British contention. Points one and five in which the British contentions are upheld covers the measurement of the three mile limit and .the regulations of the fish- eries Newfoundland laws, .meth- ods "of taking, fish, styles of nets, the. important .points in dispute. -Am-, ericans .win the ,right to employ New: j foundlanders on fishing and other minor' points. BROTHERS IN LIFE AND DEATH Died Together After Life ofMuturalDe- votion, A CRANBROOK CASE GLAD TO CS.EE HIM, TEDpy'S. GREETING Two Sawyers Died Toget- her in Lock-Up St OREADED DISEASE FS FOUND IN SEATTLE. A of the .dreaded Korean earth or tochil, in this city was reported to tne King County Medical Society last night. Tochil has -been seen- on but rare occasions in the .United States, INTERNAHONAL CO. IS A TRUST Missouri Commission So Keports Is a Selling Agent Only 'Jefferson City, Mo., Sept. Spe- cial Commissioner Theodore Brace, in his report to the Supreme Court filed today, declares the International Har vester Co., of New Jersey, a trust and a combination formed for and with the effect of destroying competi- tion in the manufacture and of the sale of harvesting machinery and finds that the prayer of- its ouster should be granted. The International Harvester Co., of America is declared to be used mere- ly as a selling agent by the Jer- sey Co. in evasion of the Missouri law which prohibits the licensing of the New Jersey concern by reason of its enormous capital of The subsidiary corporations according to-'-the Cranbrook, B.. ,C., Sept. Two rothers named Walter and Robert Joag, were taken in by. .the police ere on Sunday suffering from- 'severe Icoholism. They had been iji town or a week and were known to be rinking heavily, and on Sunday their ondition was such a-s to call for in- erfercace if only to save their lives. Accordingly they were taken to lock-up and Doctor Lees' com- municated with at once. The doctor prescribed for them, and the police saw that medical directions were car- ried out. During Monday they showed signs of betterment, and this morning at about two o'clock they .were resting quietly. W7hen the. doctor at- tended to their wants ,his surprise was great when at seven, o'clock he found both of them dead in their cells.. The chief of police communicated with Doctor Connolly, the coroner, who directed an inquest on. the re- mains. The inquiry was adjourned until two o'clock tomorrow aster- noon, in order to have a post-mortem examination of the remains, it being considered by the jury a most extra- Sept 6 hello' Sylvanus, you old This was the way Theodore Roosevelt, former president of the Unit- ed greeted his old ranch foreman, 'Sylvanus Fer- ris, Dickinson, N. D., here this-evening, He picked Syl- vanus' face rout of the crowd as his. up -before 4- the .'hotel, "jumped from -machine; "and. Fer- -r- ris' hand his. He-talk- ed old times'; on ,his North, Dakota ten minutes reception committee waited to him' a "formal welcome, .f." NG TO IT AT LONG City Council Receives a Motion to Number Streets MR. mtCH MOVES IT LIBERALS ARE GETTINGBUSY Meeting: Called in Mac- Stops Tlu'esMng Macleod, Sept. 6. H, McGowari. of the Union Bank- at Labor Day in Macleod, where he at one time teller in the branch of the .same bank. Owing to a car. being derailed near Staveiy the north which is due at 1.45 jn Macleod, did not arrive on. Saturday .till p.m. A meeting of the Liberals .and'other supporters of E. H. MaunselLis call-' ed. for Thursday nest, and, will, take place in the Liberal, rooms in -the Queens. Hotel 'heir. J..-H. manager, of "the at and Monday in Macleod as a'guest of Trenholme.Dickson. A. p. E. Baillie spent Day in- this city with his JOMI .B Baillie.- A- horse -Fl Oum-i Some Changes at the AngKcar SCOTTISH Litany Should G titioris for Missionary; 7r The, CJmrch.. dealt !prayer. Yboplc istry of morning. The ditch had caved-in bY- er the and .after -the. animal1 was pulled out it had to Large parties from Macleod- spent Hague, should- -be; made- rubric, of the -'book.-' -.Wet] only; adaptions Lethbridge Associa- tion Halve Suggestions to the Minister At a meeting of the Lethbridge Bar Association, held last week, for the purpose of considering the accommoda tion contemplated in the new court house, a number of recommendations were passed upon to be submitted! W. A. Buchanan, M. P. P., toi Minister of Preparing For Installation of Street Mail "Delivery The following.1 motion moved by Ald.-.' Hatch, ".was "passed by the .City Council That "-the city, solicitor's 'advice upon the modern way of designating the thoroughfares of a city being adopted by Lethbridge by streets and avenues as first avenue southland first avenue north, with first street cast and first sticet west, and so on." In moving it, Aid--. Hatch said he did not expect it coid rain storm" coming oa they. :did not have much luck.. -Mrs. Dunlop left.-last everiihf to spend a few. weeks: with.-.her husband, who is the Dom inion' '.'Immigration. Agent at Kingsgate, B.. 'C.' There has been a start-' mg last night, and. lasting" up till how in this district, a cold wind, will turn''to The threshing gangs "have until-.tne rain been busy in Al- though the crops are good this year in this district Aver- ages are much higher, 'thah'.expecttti., of the law1 -firm- of McNeill, Martin, who been spending her, Edmonton, has iere., returned to A. large party of.. Macleod'. 'spprts, took in EAT1 AT N ANTON' W. H. Ed the 'Taylor 'Mill- ing Co.'s buyer from. Nanton, was in 'Lethbridge .for .the 'He, in- formed the. Herald that- some of thir. season's wheat has been -brought to Nanton elevators and 'has -graded No. 2 and No. 3. Owing to the dry1 season' the grain has not filled- out properly. and hence there will be very little of it grade as high -as No. "l this year. The recent rains have put the soil j the day with' permissive additions.. The-.-first prayer "bppkvpr; Edward'.the .permissive shortening-pu'tb need; the pld'prayer.. ed to pur'needs by. "tions" an-d alterations.- ;.lt ;is;'-' pressipn for some- of- the -archaic'; pressions. pf ..v, desirable that -permission, given, for shortened psalms should.'be used sions. Permission .might, be" given'-for." extempore close "of.' ey- The Bishop spoke.of the. adaptation the' Bishops of The change is both permissible' desirable., :hiis'': made: rapid progress during the -twenty- years. careful, consideration" -by --.'the-''. Canadian; cliurch .Ami-' erican; officer for the'Holy ion, based, .not- on-7'Eb-. man, eieGtiom 'ii-v -All1- agree' petititms; for missions should Jbe- added litany. 'The great for Canadian, church to face .is" whether' for holy communion wilT.'adapfc'-cr'- follow the Scottish" rite''with its-cnf-' .cialiprayers of. Jin to pass, but-here merely moved it to jin soo'd shape and the .farmers are start a discussion. He pointed advantage of that out svs- consideration and action thereon. They were: A. That the room designated on the plans of the second floor as a District Court Judge's room, be made the Barristers' "Robing room. B. That the room on the names- The present confusion was bad enough, but the larger the city gets the worse would become the con- preparing a large' acreage for 'fall wheat. Some ready sown. have their seed al- tioh of the Holy' Spirit. .At confirm- at-icn he advocated-- the taking full vow instead of agreeing; to tha renewal of the baptismal' vow's! on Scptt, of Quebec, also in- terestingly, advocating- 'the to the term mass lor the "English communion office, .especially, 'when speaking with Roman Catholics.', 'He Solomon Hirsch, a Chicago million- aire, committed -suicide, by cutting fusion. The motion as first read did jhis throat in the Hotel Knickerbocker not refer the. matter to the city soli- N. Y. J storey be made into one room, as a "district court room." and that the stairway thereto be enclosed. C. That a doorway be cut in the? citor, and that was added, when the mayor pointed out that there might third be difficulties in the way, as much property in the city is legally de-. scribed by-the streets The only objection that- would be rais ed, said" Aid. was that cw a partition between the "Supreme Court affection for the old ordinary coincidence that both bro- room' thers should die at the same time of the same causes. It is said that -the Hoags came from a place called Judge's room" anS that designated "Barristers' and the latter be used for a. "Supreme Court Chambers Travellers Best Known, near Hunt- ingdon, Prince Edward Island. They were well known here as first class sawyers, who always worked togeth- er. It was their boast that if 'one were found at one end a, saw the other brother was sure to be in charge of the opposite handle. They were literally inseparable and intense- ly devoted to each other. A short time since one of them was injured in the woods .and- the other nearly lost his life" anxiety of the occurrence. through In life An official of the Public Works De- partment was present with plans and protiles of the building, which he ex- plained to the meeting. -The recommendations made have names, but they would have to sooner or later, and the sooner the better. Mayor Adams said that the post office people had been bothering him to get the names 'of all streets put up. While most streets on the south side had the names out in the cement walks, and for many other they had BISHOP OF LONDON J. JJC- i iiO, tl J favorably endorsed by W. A. I enamched name plates obtained some Buchanan, JT. P. P., and forwarded in North Lethbridge by him to the Minister of Public anti Addition there are a number Works. TO AHEAD WITH PARK -BUILDINGS The following motion, in which the City Council authorizes the Agricul- tural Society to go ahead with the work of bition hall ing on the new grounds at Henderson Makes Regular Labor Speech at Halifax Congress Halifax. Sept. Con- gress yesterday dealt with subjects -rt Road Superintendent Scott Adam Silas Mc3e f T ,t0 ,StCnCl1 ,lhe York, editor of the Churchman, 'and names of those streets thereon and to Rev. R. W. Crai-. of .Montreal, discuss- gBt them up as temporary signs asied tne church's attitude toward Soc- qmckly as possible in order i.nat the ialism delivery system might be installed of they were together in all things in work as well as in play. It is the common remark that not even death itself could separate them. Since du- ties of the character referred to are forced on the police they ought at east to have facilities to cope with them. It is true that the order has I Park, was-passed by the City Council iuc v_iiv been made for not only the removal i last night: That the architect's i be 'numbered right away. A motion was passed endorsing the move. j fi gation. In the evening the Bishop of Lon- a tremendous congre- largely of workingmen. U T> 'J 1- J. 11 l Ui it Aid. Fraync _ said that, on the west j was a resular Labor Dav speech. The side oi Westminster and on the nrnh Bishop came out strong for reform nf McKay street there were a num- Bishop came out strong interests of ipt numbered vet rnd it was carried, that worth living. ?sta! delivery system i workingman was not houses in j simply a man He said the Socialist but of the present wretched" old calaboose the Orient.! the fact that it is incur- able and infectious, the Medical Soc- iety will investigate the sanitary feat- ures of the case. WANTS DAMAGES BECAUSE OF FLEAS Teronto, "Sept thjit he Iras dispossessed of his office the entrance of innumerable fleas carried through a hole in the floor by cats belonging to the owner of the'build- Mr. Albert Chamberlain, Presi- dent of the British Welcome League of this city sued the Dover Court Land Building and Savings Socj'tv for S60 damages in the division rt bsoe as a separate corporate entity is a fiction to tVtuie the laws states whose policy is not to encour- age such vast accumulation of wealth and power in the hands of a few as may injure the-many. The commis- sioner found that the McCormick Har vester Co., Deering Harvester Ma- chine Co., Warder Rushnell Co., Piano Mfg. Co., Osborne Co., and tne Milwaukee Harvesting Machine Co., were in active competition prior to 1902, in June 1S02, Cyrus H. Mc- Cormick sought the aid'o'f W Perkins, Of J. P. Morgan Co''s of New York, in relieving competitive conditions from the manufacturer's view point. The Nova Scotia Steel Company have greatly increased their output reaching as high as 275 tons a day Robert Smith, four years old thorilies can get things in shape to erect a new structure. When it will come it will not arrive a minute too soon. SOME NOVA SCOTIA ORCHARDS HAVE BIG YIELDS St. John, Sept. Frederick Borden. discussing the Nova Scotia ap- ple crop, said that while the general crop is a practical failure there are many instances where orchards vield more than they did last year. plans approved ny the directors of the f wante-d an eciuality .something which God raync took I also wanted him to .have.' i men. ask, he said, for a ladder frnm J stcr box, filled so the architect be instructed to adver- be lakwi out tise for bids for construction OT same, under instructions from the Society's Improvement Committee. j The money, of course, will come; out of the proceeds of the sale of the -v 0, bAl by a pet bear at the main ]inc of one of the three trans- CRUISER NIOBE COMMISSIONED Portsmouth, Sept. cruiser Nibhe, of. the Canad- ian navy, wa.s -commissioned yesterday, -commander Capt. MncDonald. She leaves for Halifax early in October. Koblin House, in Winnipeg continentals pass through ..the. city. said speak c 0 t so a M outside OI dream the he had also I upon that vero did not see much it is their Mayor Adams remarked that the man supposed to go after the mail had probably forgotten it .for a week or perhaps was out duck hunting. EARL GREY PROGRESSING ON KIS WAY HOME Ottawa, Sept Marine De- partment was advised today that Ear] Grey and his party fcad arrived at Humbermouth, Bay of Islands, and will remain there until Friday when j THE PAS CHOSEN Will Be Junction Point for the Grand Trunk Pacific and Hudson's Bay Railway Ottawa, Sept. route by which the connection will be made between the Grand Trunk Pacific and Hudson's Bay railway has been de- cided upon. A Grand Trunk Pacific branch line will be run from Sas- katoon through Molfort and connect with the Hudson's Bay railway at Pas Mission. Four young French ;boys have been iirrestcd at Cobalt, charged with steal- they will leave for Sydney for coal ing- a largo horde of jeweJIry, etc.. and arrive at Pictou on the 14th, which WHS -unearthed in a cave advocated the restriction of: the' invo- cation of the Holy Spirit .to the com- munion office.-. Relation to Mother Twelve distinct subjects were siuered by the Church of England con ference at its session last night and .it was a busy day for the delegates and the public, who attended, "the var- ious conferences and meetings. One of the topics which was pf more-than ordinary interest was that taken' .'up in Section B. where ''Our Relations with the Church of the Motherland'-' was discussed by the Archbishop of Ottawa, Rev. Canoa Phair, of Winni- peg. Rev. p. of .London, and the Bishop of Montreal, Canon- Phair., outlined four propositions. First, jn theory, the church in; Can- ada is independent'of the church "in the home land. Second, practically the term dependence is jastifiedrxin''ac- count of the close connection; Third, the frank recognition of. this would be useful to us. Fourth, there shouW. be some central authority or .board' for the Anglican communion of the practical autonomy of. adian church. The'immigration.-5roV'; le-m was mentioned, ing here annually- a serious difficult? almost beyond the'power of C'ari-'" adian church, and dependence. A matter, of great: .'im- portance was the existing 'regulation about Canadian- clersry 'serving -'.in- English churches. These have been offensive in the but "we look forward to the time when it will not be necessary for our men to get a license from the English primate be- fore serving in an English church.. FELL INTO A WELL AND WAS DROWNED, Lunen-berg, N. S., Sept. Lew Turner, a young married woman was leaning over the curb looking into a well at her home ar. Black Rock near here, yesterday, when she slipped ano falling into the well was drowue.d. Milwaukee, Wis., Sep.t. -C. McGovcrn, the Lafollette candidate for the Republican gubcrnational.nom nation, has defeated his ipuij oppon- ;nt.s, Fairchild, Lewis, 's Bartler, -who finished in the order- named by a plurality .estimated at' ,000 votes. McGovern's, s a defeat for county :iain plank oa which ;