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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald VOL II. L-ETMBWDGt, ALBERTA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, NO. 233. ENEMIES OF A PREACHER BLAMED WORLD NEWS A Greek Pastor From Poison At the Coast Saskatoon, Sept. wae re- ceived in the city tonight by Satttoff, wife of Rev. Nicholas Saiu jsoff, a preacher in the Greek church. Tombstone Fell Brockville, Ont.. Sept. the burial of the late Milton A. 'Han- hard toda3r, the casket was being lowered into the grave, 4. tombstone gave way. under the pressure of spec- tators leaning against it, and a large urn on top of it struck John McKim a glancing blpw on the head. rendering him unconscious. Reduce Price of Bread Winnipeg. Sept. bak- ers will reduce the price of bread on October 1. owing to tbe gradual re- duction in the price of flour. Tne re- duction in the price will be reached the size of loaf, by will 'bo sold in future. past, for five cents, but ho been preaching' in the West woigfe ounces i as in which of the will POPULATION OF LETHBRIDGE ___ IS OVER TEN THOUSAND Thevrecord of a city is its directory desiring information as such work there which for importance is second to no other work published. Practically, it is a living history of the population, as well as being a chronicle of the businesses and business men of the and, what is more vital, to a city's welfare, it brings the outside to a knowledge of what is go- ng on around them. For commer- cial purposes the directory is invalu- able, and in all pursuits of trade a. ity bears no better medium to guide employer or employee, buyer or r, investor or merchant, into a pro- >er channel for obtaining correct fo- under the direction of Rev. Dr. Car- micael.' of Winnipeg, that her hus- band had succumbed in the ver hospital' this afternoon. Consid- erable mystery surrounds the case and Mrs. Saitzoff believes that her husband has been poisoned by the en- emies of his church. Several "stories of malpractice have .been circulated, but according to what can be learn- .ed from a letter reeived by Mrs. Sait- zoff, her husband was taken sick while in Nelson B. C., shortly after! conducting a communion service at i a. church Li that city. Together with I 'tlie unfortunate' fact that her hus- band was poisoned the letter stated1 that he had been jrobbed on board a' train while en route to- Vancouver of i teen ounces. Winnipeg Keal Estate Deal Winnipeg, Sept. of most important real estate transac- tions which has been recorded on the local market, among other bijr deals for some .time past, was closed yes- terday afternoon when the Inter- Ocoan Hotel which adjoins' the Mer- chants Bank- on the east side of Main street was sold to the tion for a sum neighborhood of The frontage js 24 feet. Argentine's Offer Victoria. Sept. Argentine government has offered Captain BaL- com and his associates of this citv compensation for the seizure j sealing wih'ich [formation. The honor is with Henderson's. Litniwxl, in presenting their first di- rectory of Lethbridge. At first sight to 'those accustomed to use the bulky Gazetteer, tbe work may appear small, but a closer inspection will reveal it to be a concise, compact, an ft thoroughly comprehensive guide fill a long felt for the city, and will want to innumerable can' give. The city's populat4on is, perhaps, the most important thing -to con- sider, and this, through- a careful canvass, the compilers of ithe new liook return as over 9, 0 0 0 souls. To have quadrupled itmU in" numbers in about seven years matter of congratulation for the city-and those within it, and shows V growth conzznencing-Vith the C.P.R. What that railway "dome is soon to be supplemented the directory is informed) by other railway term- inals. The fam ly "trees-' of are richly endowed by the which prefix (undoubtedly of Scotch origin) are answeraule to the extent of 175 persons possessing it. As individ- ual family perhaps the Smiths ara Joss ihere than in some othen Western cities, although them are 27 people of that name in tthis year's directory, next to which comes -the old branch are 19 of them in the book. The Johnsons are represented i by IS, WORLD NEWS I Want a Break water Port Arthur, Sept. Ifathews, Aid. Burk and President Wiley of the Board of Trade will go while the family of Brown have a to Ottawa to urge the needs of a baker's dozen. The Williams' the better breakwater on the sons', the Scotts' Are all duplicated Robinsons, the Wilsons', the Thomp- and Robertsons' in the directory, and should others require next v year's edition will supply it. The number of businesses and''pro- fessions carried on in Lethb'ridge is as 263, a return which remark- ably emphasizes the importance of the city. Having eight banks the principal insurance companies repre- sented, the city possesses advantages others outside of the Welch names, of. Jones, and not superior, (so the .direct- ory infers) to aay other place in Western Canada. Henderson's estimate only -includ- the population vithiitfjthe city limits. Counting 3fo. 3 and Xo. 6, for ail intents and'-purposes a part of the city, Lethbridge has between ten and eleven thousand population at the present-time. WANT TO USE ORIENTAL LABOR government. They will ask that an amount be placed in the estimates next season for this purpose. A New Pastor Woodstock, Ont.. Sept. congregation of; Chalmers church has extended to Kev. H. M. Paulin, B.A. temporarily of St. James Square Presbyterian church, a call, and he j has wired his acceptance. j yV Naval, College j Sydney. S. ADans To Join With the G.T.P. order in Calgary has secured "1C! pumpkins.' a woman which the ;e passed had a narrow escape from death. Warrants -have been is- sued for the miner's the horscs were Banding, and secur- ;ing straps also being present. In sixct to a complaint of inadequate bave no doubt by stction men of the I bound j Warren and i where-he wa wlj a spec- j Among other displays of interest is The It atout ]g __ i jto jail. Three charges, including in- ifanticide. have been Java against him. biolo- as- foet of wall and table space. Sonic excellent samples' of work arc leaving Calgary at 2.05 snow.n> oni Friday mornmg. The shown are mostly spring chickens. Tomorrow the regular racing pro- gram will start and almost all the citizens, besides numbers from the country, will be found on the ground. The brick and stone work of thft new Iferchants Bank building is near- fing completion. Jt js a very, pretty Saskatoon Editor Sued For Libel .Liverpool. Sept. in the best informed shipping circles- that the AUan re- import- trade, Grand Trunk section. not take place immediately, but the Allan arrangements with the C. P. R. for mail service will have expired and the Grand Trunk Pacific has foreman to be put "on ea and intimated that !within'two years, when be sent'out to see 'that the order' was obeyed. Postponed Arctic Trip WINNIPEG WHEAT MARKET Winnipeg, Sept. cpen-i Uinst'ansan'd. Sept. j been completed to the Pacific Coast, ed unchanged and closed 3-4 to 1 the Norwegian ex- There will be, it is stated, closer re- lower today. All markets iplorer' has decided to Postpone Ms {shade >nder -close and Saskat-oon, Sask., Sept. after a show of. strength weakened and was some j expedition June, 1910. A fatal accident occurred last even-1 The body was taken blpck and shows the Merchants Bank lbes tc ing about 5ix o'clock near Monarch. One of the laborers on the work train, Fred Andrews, riding near the end of the flat car when one of the ties which were being unloaded, was in some manner tossed to one side striking him in the face. He was hurled back violently and rolled off the end of the car the wheels of which .passed" over his body. The train was immediately stopped and the injured man carried to the caboose while a wire was sent to town for Drs. DeVeber and Campbell to be in waiting with the ambulance. The man although terribly man- gled lived for almost an -hour after the accident. Both, legs were sev- i ered and the body crashed oeyond description. undertaking parlors and was called this morning at II o'clock. I Dr. Rivers, of Raymond, acted coroner owing to the sickness of. oner Higinbotham and people have confidence in the future an Modidnc.Hat_ closed at the bottom. There result of the collapse of the investi-! K sration carried on by a sub-committee of the city council into the charge i made in the Saskatoon Phoenix some weeks ago that the local police -had gambling and even taken j e same at to until ations. possibly amounting to com- plete fusion between tbe Allans and the Grand Trunk Railway. here m it is understood a writ led by Chief of Police enquiry fcT export but all markets! on this side are too fur out of line I 1 for business. 'Look for a. dragging! market for some time. j Chicago September opened 103 3-8; i December 98 1-2- May 101 7 I a circus c. led, September 1.Q2 T-4; Decf-mber 98 jl-S; May 101 1-2. DOZEN HORSES WERE BURNED TO DEATH post- of Coroner Humphries. The building .vacated' by the >hen it entered its new jers is being remodeled and will be the absence -by. Mr. Less Keller for an up- j to-dato gents' furnishing store. The following composed I A farinor about ten out he jury: C country rather aggravated, bv L. L Asqmth, A. A. jsonie cattle that insisted on Wn-ht, F U. Brown and jhis ,raillr bv way of At the inquest the facts of the ac-jthey, might, depart, he put a-charge cident as.stated deduced.'01" shot into a cow. He was 'pinch- Thc sitting was "postponed, till his hearing two or o'clock this afternoon when the man I three days ago. Shortly afterwards who unloaded the caused the town-, and asked "to be Jen, editor of the Phoenix, claiming [damages of j The inquiry has been going on at j intervals for some days, frequently adjourned to allow Mr. j Aiken to produce witnesses. All ef- forts to get these, however., resulLed failure and at the afternoon ses- jsion today the investigation died a j natural death. Alderman Prestman, -chairman of the investigation, comnjittee, before Fire broke ont, in the stable of j After about four hours stiff lighting 1-8: December 97 W; May 101. CJol Windsor hotel night about! the blaze was extinguished. The wl. September 97 5-8: Docemb-r'97; i half past ten: The entl'Te Building j back of the hotel building was was wrapped in flames whrn tho fire 1 slightly scorched but not in the least May 100 3-4. Winnipeg October opened being very-jMay 98 iy 97 5-, 1-S: October 35 1-8. 97 October 96 1-8; 1-2; was first noticed anO the alarm turn- ed in. There were nftetn horses in Only a, Slackened burned. mass of debris ANOTHER STRIKE ON Pa., Sept. new jstrike inaugurated at'tho Press- acciderit will be examined. Andrews was a "Welshman jallowcd to settle the claim. He was informed that; he had settled it when. working, on tho construction gang for about a week. T'bis afteni00n and Thursday after- '1 worits'at the adjournment, suggested -tb at 'Mr IT 3-000 foreigners who Aiken withdraw the charts and apol- ogize to the police, but counsel noon arc half holJdavs on MC. Aiken found this course impossible, as in the meantime a Writ had been by the chief of n-olice to ren- der such an action void. te work unless discharged, ROSHBERRY QUITS London. Sept. ns resrignod mc-mbership in, tho. Scot- ish Liberal Club. September oats closed ithe -'stable at the time, two' of which i with the bodies of the burned horses strewn about remains of the etables. The walls which were sheeted with tin are still standing but almost tbe entire wood work is a heap of em- bers. The building was insured for a small amount. The cause of the blaze is entirely unknown. The building was lock- ed when the fire was first discovered. Chief Kilkenny and his men credit' for the way in which wore taken cut, the other thirteen j bying suffocated and impossible to get at. j When the brigade arrived a very weak pressure on the. hydrant ren- dered their efforts almost useless for some time. It was indeed fortunate with the hotel buildings so close to the burn- ing mass that they were not destroy- ed too. The firemen directed most of their efforts to keeping the flames from spreading when they saw that the stable, was too far gone to save. they" held doxvn'the blaze under very ad- verse circumstance. ;