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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald question on the r West mine which resulted in the death of "Mike Ivichylochuk, by a huge mass of rock falling on him, killing .him instantly. Coroner Humphries was called and empannelod a jury, which viewed the remains and render- ed a verdict of accidental death. The victim was 21 years of age, 'and a Slav. Rev. Fortune, representative of the Alberta Moral and Social Reform as- sociation, held, a mass meeting of the citizens in the L. D. S. church Sun- day afternoon and. delivered a very interesting address on moral reform. after which a branch of the society f.o advance the cause in Taber. The chief aim of this asso- ciation is to abolish the. "bar in Al- berta, and we feel certain that with the able officers which are elected to take charge of the work; here, that much will "be done to, eliminate the curse of intemperance in our midst, Mr. of 1-AlIe, has accepted the position ot" principal of the Taber publicschool and entered upon his duties today. Mrs. Dr. Leech returned today after spending several monrths visiting in Manitoba. iBtWi 'Road', in the North Ward. The I two blocks contain ninety .lots and lean'he purchased for The I water main and irrigation ditch both Jajc alongside of the property, which iis a fine lew! piece of land. FASHIONABLE BEDDING N OTTAWA Ottawa, Sept. 11 o'clock this morning in St. Stephen's church, ivbss.Frances -Muriel Cronlyn, daugh- ter -of the late Benjamin Cronlyn and Mrs. Cronlyn. Huron St., and grand- daughter, of the late was married to Mr. Herbert E. T. rLmltaiu, son of the late Major Gen- eral F. M. The groom was .t controversy. The Associated Press tug, D'mglas Thomas, after a stormy passage -up thfv west coast of Newfoundland and through the Strait of-Sells Isle, from, Sydney, Cape Breton, arrived.'at'this lonely whaling and mission settle- ment at noon yuste'rday. A squall of rai :i was blowing over the harbor as the. Thomas steamed in but with glasses it was able to make cut the masts and hull of 'the Arctic steam- er Roosevelt, moored in the inner bay. The Thomas broke out the "Jforth flag, the same emblem A religious census oi Lethbridge iwill be taken the Sunday schools inesiiay, Oct. Gt-a. secretary of tho y or inuy not bs accurate. When j eel. 'S Alberta Sunday School association. of a guili Cook has tdme to a eom-j 'Asked what would be the fce present to conduct the pro- j Tilo ;u cmipany with his bfo- iiete authored version his jour- j tional effect'' of planting the Stars jccedin.gs. it is ihe intention of the tlu.r McKay drove out to icy will be the prcpei opportunity] and jStripes at the North. IMe, School association to j Lako yesterday afternoon on a for me to make public the infc.rma- i inancler Peary said that hw had no-j obtain a thorough c-j-nsux of the city. 'Dr. which I Vuiv, After that ihej tilled the Secretary of State that- he obtaining jury, in other words the people, and! had taken possession, of the Pole ml win "load to the the scientific bodies pass judgment nifdiately en -their arrival there.' JUST, how it happened is not known. Aparemly the gun was broken and the young lad was carrying it over to his companions when the butt striking the ground discharged it. The bullet, a .22 calibre, -entered' the., left cheek lodging somewhere ub.ve the eye. Ross Tate. who in, company with A. Bnidbwr. was also shooting at the lake was for aid and at once drc.-vo into town in his auto for a doctor while Mr. Bradbeer stayed with the boy. The boy lived a. couple of hours, af- ter the accident succumbing to the injury only a few minutes'before Mr- arrived with Dr. Mewburn and Egan. The was only thirteen ,years of age. Much sympathy is felt for the family. Creates Sensation In Court Montreal, only one Eskimo stood by the naval J officer's side when he raised the Am- j ericSn flag at the extreme top of the j i earth. The backers of Commander j j Peary point out that while Allan iWhitten. the boatswain of the Peary j auxiliary steamer Erik. In ,1905 and i 11908 -declares that Teary's people -jtook Dr. Cook's stores at Etah and WORLD NEWS Fresh From the Wires v Fort Erie. St. Andrews. N.'B., Sept., Girv.in, 19 years, an employe of the J ohn Wilson, 83 .years old. was suffo- International from a boat dfowned. last Comp-any fell night and was Ottawa, Sept. mayor of Cobalt has; applied to the Dominion government for federal assistance in meeting tire losses sustained ..by the cated in her room. It is supposed she set fire to her house wihile start- ing a fire. tbe-cabin to meet .Commander Peurv. i tion on oath thatJMr. "that" did not I Sept; jM.-DanrtL Me- Snowllake, Man the man who'ims stood upon the man, a heavy.shareholder, had offer- j know whether not their'-removal Phail, aged 75, one of'Bruoe town-j Saturday by arraagemeat with Rudolph j ship's pioneers, was today cremated men attacked a JHennomte :antl lie lived alone on his farm. man apex.of ithe upon the world, preetin? led him to vote tor the Mont- Saco. Maine, Sept. an idleness of about three .weeks, employees of the York Mill, of this town, who were thrown out of The most [contract-by "This is a uew record in a sensation-this afternoon per said., I ap-'jthe Royal Commission. predate the compliment. "I gave 'that 'man such -a tongue The- correspondent, -at once began [thrashing' that lie was ashamed of the suoees lerits of Dr him until he was unconscious, and was i real heat and power company's! Francke, Cook's who had! alive. [contract bv Alderman Clearihue cans- [been left in charge of the supplies. About 11 o'clock his neighbors notac- jthe senices of a doctor were needed ed smoke and ilames in McPhail's 'to revive him. Papers were served before; Bridgeman's statement. from j Sydney, N. S.. where he is awaiting- the arrival Roosevelt, asserts house.', but v.-ere unable to gain an on them this morning and they will entrance. Later the charred remains have to face a serious charge in the the. qu-fstionin ssful explorer jdeclared Aid. Clearihue, re-j rival's stores. Frederick to Workman. The alder-j them after they had be He leaves a son in Arc- magistrate's court, only "saved" ;ola, Sask., -and two -daughters that instead oi' appropriating his were found. town last July and the recent out- j employment by the strike returned work the North -of tvbhoid' fever JNotmng, i weavers, OAJ oreaK or vjyuuiu. tJ.... v 0 The commander declared positive however, is likely to be done by the jThe went back today at the j federal '-authorities because the fire j old rate of but the mill man-j until" the main was not so serious, as to be consider-jagement promised to do i national calamity and therefore j for them as. soon as possible. man added that Workman asked him j by Francke. Mr. been abandoned Brklgeman says 1 Glace Bay. N. S., Sept. ty-five more soldiers on strike' duty the interview not to mention that Trancke was i anv names and Aid. Clearihue said further discuss affrecd to keep. silent unless forced to reveal the name. There could he no mistake about picked up by Sydney. Victoria Kincs, N. S., here leit today, making 223 Peary's men at North Star Bay, be- Sept. an explosion which oc- '.drawn within the past few days un- Cape York and -to return to post where Cook had ed _, there would be no precedent for i tion; and the typhoid fever epidemic Sept. Rocke-j is for provincial, not federal consid- j feller and Jacob H. Schiff were elect- j eratioh. 'ed 'directors of the Union Pacific Ry. j, Company, succeeding Heniy H. Rog- j Kingston, Sept. Chas. J. and Edward H. Harriman. They j Villers, lately pastor of the First jwere also appointed members of the j Congregational church in this city, executive committee. The board of England directors elected ex-Judge" Robert S. Lovett chairman of the executive committee to succeed JIr. .Harriman. decided by. others. He then dictated j th-1 folowing_ st-niement to the Asso-j Press for publication: "I am the .'onl'v white man who Etah. trying !Curred in the smelter here yesterday an order of Judge Pinlayson. from the morning, two Tollocks are dead and permitting the reduction of military left him. L third dying. The water jacket sur- forces called here on account of ithe interview -Vld Clearihue said. Francke. says Bridgeman, said that rounding the smelter broke and the .strike. About 150 soldiers are still 'He was approached by two men. physically unfit to. remain water coming in contact with the hot ;ihere. It is understood that these First was 2Ur. A. B.' Porcheron who 'longer in the extreme' north, and af- [smelter caused the. explosion. The had i three men were sitting close will remain until the strike, is over. hisshares in Power Com. '.te Peary's surgeon and !pany and that hev did not work, and this statement. Francke was given were deluged with 'then Workman interviewed him and ;moncy by Peary to take him home, [brick and scrap iron. metal, The flesh of all was practically roasted off has joined the Church of and has been given a place on the missionary staff or Bishop Thorns, of the Protestant .Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming. 3tr. Villers is an English- man. has ever reached the-North Pole there was if'he voted the The attitude of Cook's supporters j three .1 am prepared to prove it at the pro- rigilt -way_ it was-about this offer here, after hegring that Peary had per time. I have already stated'pub- Ald_ Clearihue said he made a only one Eskimo to confirm his lic-ly that Cook has not been to the'.statement in C0uncil one afternoon to menf regarding the 36 hours spent at j Huntingdon, Clue., Sept. the effect that Pule. This I re-affirm, and to i win! i Toronto. Sept. the countless messages of condolence to iDr. Coldwin Smith which have pour- St Louis, Mo.. Sept. spec- in since the death of his. wife, was ial from La Paz, lower California, ja personal cablegram of personal d by it, but I decline to discus? (irt-jiils of the matter. he had been offered 'the pole expressed by Fred-jMacLaren, who represented Hunting- nearly sixty years Owen Sound. Ont., Sept. Sound stands unique among- ian towns in that it is probably the first town to totally discard all the street names which, have marked its- thorciughfarea since .its incorporation adopt will come out later. I have said that Dr. Cook's statement he reached the Pole should not t'lken seriously, and that I have him nailed by concrete proofs to sup- imoney. erick S- Delenbaugh. an explorer and in the House of Commons at One inumbers. TheSf'i Since then the Power Company had I officer of the American Geographical, j time, died today. He leaves two j entered action against him but had Society, as follows The port, my statement. In six months j dence given by McLea WaMbanl sons, Dr. A. H. MacLaren .not pressed the suit. "Tt would now seem that the pre- [gary, and F. H. i "They are people that started up ponderance of Eskimos is in favor of Geographical survey, Ottawa, land maligned declared Alder- Dr. Cook. JThere evidently was nn j scientists "present in cither case to verify the observations. Perhaps two Cal- the Lisbon, Sept. King Manuel will leave Portugal for England where. he is to visit King Edward, Nov. 20th. man Clearihue. referring to the evi- vice says Paz, the oldest settlement j sympathy from King Bdward. California, has been swept by a jiving was a pupil, of Dr. Smith's in you probably will get- the whole story! president of the company, who testi- Eskimos better than one. But of destructive stonr. "in and about Old j Oxford College. l'ueb'16. .Seven lives are known to j have b'een lost" and .the shore is Sept. 13. The Standard strewn with wreckage of ships and Ideal Company of Port Hope, Ont., boats in the roadstead. Water, four jThe Central Foundry Co.. also of feet deep in many places in the jPort Hope, and the Amherst Found- "streets and suffering iry Co., Amherst, X. S.. manufactur- icrs of porcelain and enamel baths, Chicago. Sept. Turlington Wai- -are to be merged with a capital of ker Harvoy, one of Chicago's pioneer 000, 000. lumbermen antl at one tinie tho great- i 'est lumber dealer in the world, died j .Ottawa. Sept. Congratulating yesterday in a hospital in the people of Quebec on the libcrty N> H-. of injuries by a fall ;they enjoy in the education of their six weeks ago while entering a children. Archbishop Langevin of St.. boat at -Jersey City. i Boniface, in the Xotro "Dame -de i church at Hull on Sunday, declared 'that in th.? they ('.kl not d-.-spair the principle o'f separate schools would yet triumph over the opposi- tion it experienced theiv at prt-senl. It. would not- be policy for me i-o en- fied that aldermen ,ame to -him look- ter upon a full debate of the sub- ing for graft. ;I do not know 'crreat difference." Vancouver, Sept. registered; .Cornwall, Ont., Sept. mail sack from the Glasgow was Bergen, K.C., collector of customs stolen from a car and rifled in Cornwall, and brother of the late Dr. Darby Bergen, Conservative M-P. for Cornwall and died this .that it makes any [east end of the city last week. j is the .second robbery tne i within a short time. This kind morning. WOMAN NEAR LONDON, ONT. SHOT HER FATHER-IN-LAW t no I th.-r Sept. A. Y. P. exposi-tion enterorl its last quarter yesterday with every cent of its float. ng indebtedness paid. Nearly all of its bonds are retired and the attcnrl- ance is' increasing. This week's prbfit should pay tho remainder of the bonds. s j Toronto. Sept. 13. Thy general Association will inviU- I the Rev. Wilbur .Chapman and Chas. Alexander to hold, a revival here Paris, Sept. Leston- _ next year. nat. a member of the superior court J of navigation, .questioned, today Montreal. Sept. ten thou- garding the announcement of the dis- sand visitors have reached the city to covcry of the North Pole, said he j participate in the "Back to ilont-' thought the difficulty of ascertaining 1 real" week. Srany who have been a position in 'high polar latitudes [away thirty or forty years .are now made it quite likely that both Com- !dn the city. mander Peary and "Dr. Cook were 5n error. The delicacy of the recording Washington, Sept. Mar- in struments and the fact that the ex- tin F. Morris, former chief .justice of oassive cold makes it necessary to the Court of appeals of the District handle them with muffled' fingers, to- of Columbia and one of the oldest jjether ''with the 'refraction of theijm-d most prominent members of the rays of the sun, make accurate use in Washington, died at his home of the sextant almost impossible. y ''.yesterday, ageo 74- years. London, Sr-pt. W. us' placed under arrest this even- by High Co.nstabU: Hughes, vrith the niurder of h'or ic-r-in-law, Harvey Scott, aged 75.. lodged in the county took plac-.- this 7.30 at the ST.'S homo husband was away at thresiiinfr. Mrs. Scott was observed runninjr down the road by Joseph Vising, about S o'clock. She vras crying. "What's the ho asked and she replied, vaguely, "You will_ T have done when you set up j "My the fath slr-y Scolt, when liat. for ycnrs his fu- him and his wife. Y-n'ks that ho receivtV; iiv.-rwl by tho frtthor. he "used to ubusv uiy vrile on ir-.-iny took a. club to her. At. she had him ar- rostc-fl and up in court ;it for bt'Htinff her. H--. was fir.ecl a small stun and Ivt go." All the neigh.bors state that it, is wonder that woman has stood the old man's abuse as long as she had and they arc all of the opinion She .said that he had always been a model husband to her. He IK-VT abused hor. The son, Wesley, said that his mothr-r had died -of heart :-ic'hbors stat.-'d that just bi1- ii firsl: 8cott died, a kot- boilnic- wr.tcr bad been spill- h-.-'- breast and they so to charge her with ier out of the on two brenkincr a I Stratioi-d, Ont., Sept. Ouelph. Ont.. Sept. RoV Sayers, a gtocery clerk, is in a crit- .ert Haugh suicide yescer- jical condition as a result of a vine- .day afternoon by shooting while in a Igar barrel rolling an incline fit of despondency caused by illness, land pinning him against a wall- Two j ;ribe were broken and he is also in- Mont rear Sept. big commer- Ijured internally. involving a matter cf a million and a half was put through i Montreal, Sept., is stated today frhen the Toronto firm of A.E. that a final settlement of the dispute .Kea Co. purchased the departmental 1 between the steel nnd coal companies store business of. the Carsley Com- vis imminent. It is stated that the pany. The included the up-town r have ahnost reached nn in regard to the amount stiil by the steel company. store and the stocks of both the up- town JUKI down-town stores. Ii. C.. Sept. New York, Sept.. W. C-as- president of the Union Trust Co. of this eitv and director of well what T have done when yc.u jet up j -jiiootin.cr doni- while i there." j Scbtt, was in a fit of temporary j Vininjr found the old man stretch-i insanity brought on by cDistant j ed out, on the ground at tho rear of'abuse. The two families of Scous the house dead. There was a wound live side by sido on the fifth conccs-j made by a .32 calibre bullet behind sion of West Nissouri, the old man! the ear. living alone. The other household Mrs. Scott admittod to Dr. Arm-j consists of Wesley Scott, his wife and daught-er, who is about 15 g, who was called, and also to Joseph Vining, the first to arrive on the scene, that she had clone the j She said that she had bsen Vancouver. latest, report with regard to steam- ,known corporations and prominent in An inquest was npcr.ecl this after- service for the Grand Trunk Pn- club and social life, committed sui- at Scott home. After jeific is that the company is ;Ckle today by cutting his throat with viewing1 the body, the inquest ad- i for two fine turbine liners, the ja. ray.or in the Grand Union Hotel. to meet on Friday evening' Cairo and Heliopolis, for service in j in Tbonidale. .Coroner Hughes, Pacific. Tlio report given for; WindvSor, Ont., Sept. final this city, is in charge of the inquest, j what -it is worth comes from a local .section of the Detroit river tunnel Dr. Armstrong ducted a. post after the jury had viewed the re- mains. The shooting was done with a calibre revolver, which Wesley Scott says had been in their house for years. from Thoradale, Con-! shipping man here visiting Glasgow: j will be lowered into place today-thus mortem examination! Thc-v arc to ho two of the connecting tubes in river bed with i tinc-st steamers in Great Britain. years old. The homes arc between two and three miles cast of Thorndale. "I was surprised to hear that my wife had shot, my father. I would not, have been surprised had he shot .her, .-us he often threatened to shoot laboring" under his threats and Sc'ltt> -sfcated that she '.ures for years and could stand them1 wfcs jt-he wife of depuased. her and he said. I shore on this side. Contractors say tunnel will be ready by October 1st., Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. jior preliminary trip from one side to forest ranger in this district is out jthe other. with stx-uads of volunteers fighting j four forest fires threatening the "San j Toronto. Sept. Arthur Gabriel watershed and the oil region Lee, formerly of Toronto, is to be around The forest, fire is (consecrated Bishop of Kyushi, Japan devastating the north slope of Mount jby the Archbishop of Canterbury in Pacific, highest point in the second .Westminster Abbey, on St. Aidrews tier of the Sierra Mad re range. ;