Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Lethbridge; Alta., Tuesday, September INDIGNATION AROUSED AT Treatinenfof Engineer Al- leiider by the Police JSTATEJV1ENTOFCASE Allerider Committed for Trial on Manslaughter Charge Macleod, Sept.. Engineer Allen- dcr has been' committed for .trial on charge of manslaughter, has been. released on bail' and P. J.. Nolan K.C. ot -.Calgary ;Ior his de- fence: The; charge the killing of an Italian on siding- at Nwtonlaisl Friday; cTealng. Allender's- friffids are iadig- Mnt at "-the tareatiaeut he and 'will forth "efery effort to clear him According to the story they tell he %-not to They say that be south on. a freight withVordeis to'demr- a jer train at Nanton. made clear of iU time and Vwas going into, the piding at Nantqn .to let the ottier traih Arhahdcar with a crew of eieht :or WM on track of: When -turned his engine, into- the siding they" put the -brake on and ot the crew, :ma? Italiaa, ..lell ;off in. front of In ,-Uie eieitfanent the ciew didinot'gei tbe man and the oar out bf -the.wayras as they could, is lit: isjiaitottld by wme that they along and ran over being unable to. anyoner there on and- the handcar The Italiau account x "Tried tpvQIye.Hlmeelf Up "When" bis rtrain on to -Maoleod -let .an north, to acre, awakening- of-.thft-people' of the advantages of andrwe. cONFJflMAtlON OF REPORT pany wiii'spend this brief .address with '.best IS Situation Iriiproyed Dtir- ing the Mprith of r Total Yields For Less than Ldst Year- Ottawa, Sept.7 bulletinA ''of census "and statistics '.office iissued- .to-. day says that reports oil crops at" the. 'end of August .ware; more, 'cer- tain. than at the "situation" during improved. The. estimate.' "Mor oats and barley is is .less 'than .the -final estimate fqr.'last- ye'arl Spring is less, bushels; oats. by -and ..barley' fall shows' a'n: The 'loss in of is' result of gfea i.fo t ern section of the 'tc- provide water. The exten'c. over- three'. years.-- Out of ".the. earnings for the -year of' passengers brought freight sleeping carsi ex press, 538. and mails ?791y 745. .wishes for your future ._ Lesser5 'Slave REGARDING ARCHBSHOPS Ottawa, at the ti District Secretary-Treasurer; T. T. mnrnved UD tc T. T. J. -E. Clarke, Chief Ranger; --F. C. .Epthwell, Past Chief Ranger; Sub-Chief Ranger; Senior Woodward; S. 'W. R. Hooker, The. number-of passengers" 'carrieif-j Junior T. H. against -year t.Secrctaryi; W. S. Johnston, previous. Tons .of freight carried In car jumped from to Sbl.S68 -tons. _ any information -'been up a tour tonieht in GRAIN EXPERT IS PESSIMISTIC a 'late bour tonight in oj the ;cablefi ir formation from Rome Lost Arcibisbop of Iviiigstiir been appointed to succeed tho late Arcnbishbp D.uhamel here. Thougt, officially confirmed, however, IE j- A. Thompson Kecordmg Set-; Romaa Catiloiic circles, it is believed C. R. hn h_ retary J. Scott, Junior Bead'c.. BAD FIRES IN WHATCOMB CO. ter is at cand: are now being rushed. OUTBREAK OF 'SMALLPOX IN DAULPHfN Winnipeg, Sept.? 13; outbTeak of smallpox, easily have serious quences, has occurred '-to ;tae ;toim of Dauphin. The outbreak red in one of thV worst conse- occur- sible, in a boarding bouse and under the circumstances which, do- not it easy for the authorities to .-cope with the disease. 'Everything is being done, however, to prevent a 'spread to other quarters. -Bat at the present time it is impossible to say whether outside cases will not take place. Thinks -Grain Yield. Of the West is Over Estimated Winnipeg, Sept Carrutb- ers, the well known Montreal export grain merchant, was Jiere on his returc from a trip tnrougli tli-; prairie -wheat country, and was ctecidediy pessimis tic last night when, asked lor an opin- ion on the crop. He thought the to- tal yield bad been very over- estimated, for though in some dis- tricts the returns were, better than been expected, in others the crop was a total failure. A great deal of it had been damaged by the recent rains and frosts which, while perhaps cot affecting the quantity much, would damage the quality and, knock the grades. In fact, he considersd that methods, have received returns all the No. 1 Northern, of the crop of 1910 had already come in and thai the rest would not grade higher than No. 3. Another thing against the Man- itoba crop this year from the export- er's point of view, was the enormouE Russian crop of good srade. Mr. Carruthers took the opportunity of referring to tbe resignation ,of Dav- id Hern, which was a blow tc he export trade of Manitoba luyers on the other side had Several Towns Menaced is a Million Dollars Seattle, Sept. t" a forty-mile gale, the forest fire w'hich started in the northward clearing near Lynden, has spread until several towns of Whatcomb county are men- aced. Dozens of ranches, homes and barns have been destroyed and a. total loss of million dollars inflicted. The firs has practically 'surrounded Blaine. correct. iENT OF CATTLE HONORS FOR SIR HUGH Made from Grassy Lake -Activity Amongst. tKe Farmers Grassy Lake, Sept. ipped from their ranch across his hand, into the water from north-of here four hundred Isle pavilion at. a-spot where the of steers to the Oldjwater is Quite deep: Ee was pulled bushels, of oats arid., p'r'barley compared1 with wheat, and: bushels' bt in the filial estimate' for "last jreaiu Western Figures'.''''; The estimate for; Sas- katchewan and Alberta is bushels of wheat, bushels bushels, of bar- ley, being an'average, of 11.89 .bushels for wheat, of 20.96 bushels for. oats, ami of 14.49 bushels for barley on area of 16.24 27.91 bushels of 'bats, .bush- els of barley on com- pared with the same last year For the Dominion, the'average condi- tion of spring wheat, on August Slst was 7-9.05 to" of pats 30.03 'to 84.89, and of to 83.54, but compared with "conditions at the end of July it ivas 79.05 to 77.05 for spring wheat, 8CH03 'io 79.57 for cats and 80.51 to 79.62 for barley.1- THOUGHT HE COULD WALK Oft THE WATER Detroit, Mich., Sept. himself possessed of supernatural powers and able to walk on water. Peter MacDonald was nearly drown- ed in the river here- today. MacDonald, with an. open Bible in out ...by a, lifeguard, and will be ex- amined as to his sanitv. great oonttdence in Manitoba grades, chief- ly because of Mr. Horn's well known scrupulous care in grading. Mr. Car- ratters who was in a pessimistic London. Sept. Graham, of Montreal, has -been appointed rice' president of the institute of Journal- ism. Country on Thursday last. A tram of twenty-three cars carried the _ bunch. On Friday the sarao ranch! shipped two cars "west to the Klon- BUY SITE FOR dike. .For such a dry year as this i GOVE 1NMENT HOUSED the cattle --were in the finest condi- Edmonton, Scyi. P'-o.-in- tipn. A few more, shipments like this cial governmenf' through fhe Paolib "and" G-rassy Lalce will become a min-j Works Depnrtment iature Chicago. Rev. Chas. E. Thomson, -who jtae deal with has Co.. for the Round f'-if POSTPONES HIS VISIT London, Sept. Hon. Wal- ter Locg in consequence of ill-health, is his visit to Canada. REAL ESTATE I been stationed here for the last twojnew Government Moase, cooszstia? of nionths by the Methodist church, has j twenty-nine acres in' >.he left- for "Edmonton to finish his course in Alberta 'College. S. Dunwoody, of Arvada, Wyoming, jof Glenora. The .1 .the property was per. "acre, a In addition tbe government contributes not been past Real estate, which has moving very freely for month or two, is -beginning to. move again. Nearly all firms report several deals and a number of enquiries, Messrs. Asquith and Lindsay, among others, report having sold two lots in Victoria park addition, purchased at mber-dlscourag-jtbe city's auction sale 6 aJg' Parr' of arrived m town the latter _part 01 toward tbe construction of the last week with a carload 01 eoects; steel r a G t and seventeen head of horses. Tms! year docsn t seem to scare the Am- ericac farmers from coming across to j Sunny Alberta. 'r-. A, left to was closed to navigation. begin' tune jthe route BIG DUTY ON ONE CAR OF COAL Great Palls, Sept Hill's railroad, tho Great Northern, has just paid to J. G. Blair, collector of cus- toms at this point, the sum of 111.54 as duty on one trainload of the has sum been of ?SOO Lethbridge to-day to attend the Sher- wbod-Listemann: recital there.' this ever.ing. Chas. T.-At-twood-is building a fine new -frame -house south of the rail-: road track. Mr. Attwood intends moving into. town tiiis winter from his homestead, three miles south of .here, for ?600, to Robt. T. Oliver has started his 36 England, jh.p. Lumley engine to .work again, as the city, for cash. They also sold four lots in the Duff addition, the sum of ?1200 being involved deal. TneGolden West Realty cash, three watches worth. and scirc valuable- CAN ADTO Til Possible to From Lethbridge Through VERY GOOD die British Superinteiideritr', line' whibh; gang of one -hundred'-. as.: There- are iortablv' Pass British lit tl e; iinp ro vin g- ,to all. other- "points Elko' .the.new trail East'Kbtenay iAutp trips to" .Golden, .irom' trip made ffij, VhcH rriier byf- f ical par.uies' -for long barrier'' 'pi- sails :oi Where one -lib delightful. ;auto has bserii made.possiplcVby.-ithis'renter-f'Lv'. prise of ..the.' B.'-" C. opening up'-siicli-a. roa-d.. ed to becorae'one of -.the of the, tourist, will' westera Alberta than, could accomplished in any-; other A Trip From The opening' of'th'e road .will it possible to travel to Fernie, .by a 140 miles, in one day of easy -.travet- The people of and Macleod couFd, meet. -the-" Cran'farook, Gordea and places west of tlie .mountains'" parting of the waters in. the_; and make of the event a rerneir.berccl by the of two provinces for a long time. It 'seems too great an; event low to pass without stration in passing: An agiialion has beea. Calgary for an auto road..' lT gary through 'the mer.on, the -upper" where it will -the. road V. use between Golden. This through a district f pri beautiful scenery" A- meeting of provinces this fall to .belebra'te'-ihe opening of the .first road connecting the- two. provinces, 'greatly stimulate the Calgary. proposition .and Lethbridge would' be a great "gainer "by the "affair. DAI M R. C. STEELE DEAD Toronto, Sept ll.R. C. Steele, bead of Steele-Brlggs Seed Company, and an ex-president of the. Toronto board of here today. He was a prominent Presbyterian' and Liberal, 67 years old and leaves a wid- ow, two sons two daughters. Nelson, Sept. Railroad Commission held a session here' yes- terday and .heard the argument' of Grand Forks asking the Kettle River railway be requested to build a line from Grand Forks according. to the agreement. The commission, declared that the. company was en-: titled to longer notice of application and the matter .was postponed. Thc application of G-reenwopd in." respect to the Victoria, Vancouver and. Eastern, was dismissed. .The board decided to heir the Kaslo and Slocan railway freight traffic case in Ottawa in NoverclxJr. The applica- tion of Creston for the-, protection of a railway crossing was The whole sitting concluded Booming.