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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume IU. r Lethbridge, Alta., Monday, September 19; 1910. SON MERS FATHER INTERESTNJDEBRBUILDING MINNESOTA I OF C.P.1 BRANCH LINES The twenty-ninth annual', report of R. for 999. years of a line from Gallo- Congr essman Taivney Likely to go -Dovm to to Defeat the C. P. R. which is just issued, an covers the year '.-losing on June 30th last, contains several items ISjof interest to Southern Alberta.' The president in his animal acdress which be presented at the annual getx .eral meeting of the shareholders "oh Oct. 5th. says that the shareholders "'ill be asned to authorize the issue and sale of, four per "cent consolidate f m- __ 1 JJCitUli.LUUIl3UjlJ.Uate k j VOTING TO-MORROW rebeinture stock tor the V" "Avxa vi w j construction of the followin mo Wi'H r- the American, and George. Cha- C.P.R. train at-Agincourt near this ve2' attempted- the city this rmorning" "and died shortly af- ?sjby flight today. terwards. He-' was'-o.n his vacation n jaiied' but-' not until 'they ha'd the bv th oy tne nri i of .Winm- i union, federal judges and finally indi- (visuals. In the latter class.: carry- the crowd that. pot to escort His -Eminence-on the ell, Samuel G-ompers, George you, Judge Potter, of an Discussing forme Hugh ,-T. St. Paul .is fighting. .-F. C. Stevens. A. H. Hall1 is. after "F. IVL'jSTye in .-the filth, and -Alex. McKnrght is af- ier eighth. -H 0 -.-Bjorgeis Halver ;Steih erson's seat, feels, con- the two .Republicans are contest- ing for the right to go against Con- gressman latter is reasonably certain of getting the Dem ocratic nomination, although he has opposition. It is .generally predicted' that-there will be more Democrats in state -legislature this >ear than oeiore. The -question of counts ,VT, been a'3vanced in districts where there are Divisions and there are. some contests-on. FATAL ACCIDENT IN A Kamsack. accident occurred n00n- on dral and the archbishop delivered French arid English; addresses Of wel-1 come, to the. distinguished- visitor on behalf of _ the -whole; population -of' the j but lgnores campaign- contri west, on'the fact that .Roose- :moe miles farm of John two men, names un- were suffocated in a well 95 deep. The Bodies were not re- covered. The men were well and came from Yorkton. Known BRITISH BOY SCOUTS HAD London, Sept. 17.__' cadets, -w.no 7c A GOOD TIME. returned from their vunt to -Canacla, speak warmlv n their receptzon there. The Imperial sincere" for that. or. St. of wel- come-' the- city Aof In .Eminence 'repeatedly referred- to the pleasure he ezperienc- ed on this visit to''Canada, and added that he was almost at' a- loss to de- scribe adequately to Hisv Holiness the. I Pope, on his return 'to sue-1 cess, of the Eucharistic Congress at Montreal. An ecclesiastical luncheon was, serv- ed at the Archbishop's palace'.-after the ceremonies in the cathedral and the blessing of the corner stone for the new seminary. The afternoon was 'devoted to a re- ception at St. Boniface CoHgee, in which tne cardinal was particularly gracious to the students and also re- ceived the salutations of.hundreds of citizens. His Eminence attstded up for'' millions.' (iONFERENCEDID dinner at the Government House giv- en in his honor by-'Sir Daniel .Mc- Millan and repaired, to the Catholic Club, where he was presented with an address by President McAllister and Bev. T. P. Perry Discuss- ed the Principal Mat- ters Passed On "Very large congregations greeted Rev. T. P. Perry, pastor of'Wesley church-, 3'es.terday, which was his first- Sunday home from his vacation and attendance at the General Conference" Under the title of "Things 'New'and Old Mr. Perry discussed certain events at the General Conference labor coming from Ottawa to Tor- indi- is; reported here .that he was under the influence liquor last -.night, and "that'a.-revolver, which he always carried wjht.li him, had been taken from the-- train. He .given pretty exhibitions of high fly- 'ing that promises better success 'in j lair weather. RAYMOND WOMAN NOTlieTOR Alberta Physicijins Prosecuting' Her For Intensely Mad Jealousy -Depres- i seel and Miserable Something' of hat Clara .-lieneTe suffered halt jealousy, she impatiently Baited of Dr. Hawley H. Crippen's; -promise to mate his was "revealed at today's ses- sion of the 'inquest into the cleath -Belle- Elmofe- ..with the murder of Practising- The the'-'ease; distress, t T landlady, STrs. acd. the, story that the-lat ter told stand nyanedT the ;most. sensational jutro- at, the: miiraer triaL. of Marietta E. of charged with the violation''-pf sections i Jackson said that the ed girl upv the room which she the home of the wjit- Ictl 68 tte by practising as seemed to'.be-.all...Tight, this morning, although he was solemn and morose SHERIFF; FOR .21 YEARS The ;the bar and stu- at law at Moosomin, in Saskat- chewan, have presented Sheriff-Mur- it is. likely that.'att inquest will Held. be UK> CLUU. lii VJJ-USC _i. and the weapon "was returned The'r a smokingset and their W11- body was to jchis upon having filled the of -fuse of sheriff cor the past 21 years of the judicial .district o East Assin- the North'West Territories and o the judicial district of Moosomin m the.province and with -Sheriff Campbell of Macleod, is one ofthe-earliest appointed sheriffs Winnipeg- 'Amazed .sensation ceived-: -known -njoyed the highest 'reputation Ou ac- count of his'-.work in Winnipeg. He had been connected with the local i force lor eight -years, during-' which i ;ime he was a terror to crooks and criminals generally. He xose steadily I and was ,-.-m com- mand' of Winnipeg's police body at j the time of his death. Of immense j ize and abounding good nature, prom nent in athletics, he was regarded 'as an excellent officer. Absolutely no motive for his rash deed1 'been ascertained. now transpires that In- pecior PLobinson "was" seized bv a rainstorm three years ago, and'was hos'Pital a ragine maniac. ARODNDBARONS hief McRae savs he suffered from old blow at the back of his hea-d ceived onto. playing 'football in Tor- Good Tai-esliihg Results- Lot of Farm Work Being Done Peter North was out to his farm in the Black Spring Ridge cast of Bar- ons on Friday ami. Saturday and -re- fr, itii> in 1911 invitations to teams from the Dominions. it is hoped to send a British cadet team around the em- to ex-tend all Pire. train for St. Paul in the evening. u Ut-JL CtUU "XT- i_ made a pleasing reply. This was an i congregation in the-morn- opportunity for'the "Italian citizens I mIL to meet their distinguished couritrv- comerencc voted down the pro- man. Tomorrow His Eminence will lengthening the pastoral attend the prize-giving at St. Mary's Academy in the morning and a pub- reuepiion. at tne Government House at 2.30. He leaves by special r' TWO BUSINESS MEN MURDERED IN ARIZONA, term to years. He did ji0t vote New Sept. P.. Heike, former secretary-treasurer of the American Sugar Refining Com- pany who jias been called "The ilan Higher in the sugar case, was sentenced today by Judge Martin in the United States Circuit court, to serve eight months in the New York penitentiary on Blackwell's Island and pay a fine of on conviction of conspiring to -defraud the United States government .by the under weighing of sugar. 3iayor Adams proposes to introduce an i fall." tnis This is nothing less than to have the assessment roll for next year prepared before this year closes. as her was in favor of abolishing the time limit altogether. He did not consider the action of the conference consistent with its later action 'n endorsing the basis of church union! Speaxing of the church-union vote Mr. Perry said that ample opportun- ity was given for full discussion :He did not think that the. Mctfejdist church was surrendering anything that was vital or essential and it is surrendering no more than' the other who left on bodie? as those of tTred Kibbe and Hillpot, Globe business ports a vast amount- of work done throughout that district. Two or three weeks ago he did not expect to have any work done on his place this fall. but. the recent rains- -have put a different complexion on ters. -He. will now have acres broken and prepared i'or spring crop gam, by fraudulently causing- tb-e pub- lic that .she practice and such initials- as would 'lead' lieve that, she is en titled- to was heard at Raymond ,on Saturday, before Inspector West, McKenzie prosecuted on behalf. Ot the Alberta College of Surgeons and phy- sicians, C-.-Ives witnesses- for, the prosecution 'were Mr, and. .Mrs. H. G-ee, arid. Dr.. ..Keillor; ed to, show tised as D.' Lafferty, College. of Surgeons .who testified that plied been refused- and that from the. for jCrippen., until., 'the first week in" Leneve had larly After that the only occasional- she spent the other nights, .at -the-: homes of tnends On one; occasion -Miss mentionedl having been; at-the; Hilldrop Crescent 'home of the.Crippens early7 In. Febru- ary to search bank, 'book, 'showed an. account She -added that a diamond tiara. and, -.rings --had hsen 'ound in, house the toctjr hadT raised- on.; thenu About the mid- d of witness _saidL _ appeared depressed. Suca -was v jfolldfced girl to ;herVrobni- learn, if possible the cause" of -her .trouble i cross-examination endeavored to-.show that defendant had. not.1-practised''.lor sain, and had done nothing to Lead was people to believe she was a qualified practicioner. By cross-examination "of Dr. Lafferty, Mr. Ivcs tried to 'show- that Dr. Keillor, 13r-'-- Amos' and bt-hr rs who liad practised medicine In ;hat district had done so before they lad registered or were propfrrly -quail- ed. Inspector West adjourned the ase until Friday next, wfien' he ive Ms decision- ..starting- out of her head. The. landlady insisted upon totting the gul that have something awful on TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS T have been w nave n-xu- looking for Dan disap- a i day, found triplt the ground freezes. He pur- chased 600 wheat for day Omar peared from Anaconda, .Mont., to such a condition. The testified that the otner replied, '-Would you 'De surprised it I told, you thaf.it was the doctor and Miss. Elmore, He was the cause ot my trouble when. you first knew me and stoppcd just tjie edge of i another man. Dr. -Crip-; waiting for her-to s-o when he would divorce, hen" Solicitor Newton, who is looking out for the interests of Dr.' Crip'pen jumped as river at Mass. tains. Robibery is supposed to have A" par-ies ion must bo prepared to give and take. Prfeaciler denied that ing famous "footnote" from the discipline that the church' was back or "letting down the bars The lootnote was not in the discipline be- TEMPERANCE HOTEL FOR P1NCKER CREEK Pincher Creek, Sept.. lias it that a temperance ho- tel is to be-erected here in the near future. The exigencies of the situa- tion in the matter of accommodation are likely to call for more hotels or In past years, the whole season's! fore 1S86 and none of. the other Meth- work.has been delayed owing to the! odist churches that he knows of have inability of. tie councils to such a note. Instead of namine cer where they were at until almost six taln restrictions which put "the mem- months of their terms were up. By bers 1J1 a state of tutelage the getting the assessment roll complet- church was allowing its members lib- ed bdiore the old council retires, the erty of conscience and an opportunHv new council when taking hold will to develop strength and 'to know jus.t on what basis they have things. to much cloth they have The debate on Higher Criticism irom wmch to make, their suit, so touched upon- The action of to can start at once upon conference was meant to put'into the their program. hands of the men who afraid i things are going wrong the best pos- TIES AND POLES FOR j slole opportunity to find out whether RAILROAD tncj as, tnink. The confer- JURY PLACES BLAME FOR FATAL ACCIDENT, Winnipeg, Sept. Samuel Pattiesori died from injuries and Miss Leneve, doselv cross-exam- Mrs. Jackson, suggesting that jdger's excitement was due to the -landlady having resurrected trouble which'the girl esperiencect during earlier associations with. Crip- but the witness maintained of her evidence as given.! About 11 30 last night the city po- lice were called to a racket occurring was due to -the negligence nainec Daisy on Edwards petency of signal man Leiand. near the old fair grounds. the Canadian Xorthern f0 When they arrived t-hev found' that tne Northern be censured for not esercisin in providing proper signalmen, was tde verdict harded. out by eight out of twelve jurors of! ana a man Margaret Pimfy POLES FOR NEW Pincher Creek, Sept. ald correspondent was informed to- day that A. J. MeGuire 'has been in- structed to rush the supply of rail- road ties and telegraph 'poles in or-; der to be in readiness for grading op- erations. Mr. McGaire, who is at Lisbon, Sept. is believed King Jlar.uel's appointment of sivteen tiie coroner's inquest, after being out j and another man 'named G. A. Whitis- two -lours. law, Were all taken into custody. Pur- The other four presented a minority dv and his wife live in a- shack and a" to not sufficient effect that the eviden'ce ,v" icien apportion he CC in a-snacK on the police there present! blame or the accident. It happened a largc quantity of liquor C1SI but made absolutely no pronounce- ment on the subject of Higher Criti- the great majority, of the was not prepared to put hands on the mouths of men are studying and teaching. The sermon was followed with the al cabinet, will afford sufficient at Woods Siting, seven miles east of lr Present hurrying on th'4 construction has Boused con _j. i. j or strength to tne government to avoid {the city, where the C. P. R. crosses the the necessity- of dissolution of Parlia (Canadian Northern. 'Leland has beep ment and new elections which thepe'd by the police. KepubHcans declare would r'-v- oiurion. Dr. Alhoma, chi-ef of "ne r- progressive dissidents recency totd'j FOR DiSSOLUT1ON at unless he OF THE SUGAR TRUST present full complement most fcme now. A small house of rooms commands a rental of 530 a monta which, conld had for con- raoly less money 'oefore the rail- the pile driver at Scott's machine 'build- shop, according to erect have a saw mill with a view three j in supplying, the woodwork of the road. During the past two days the wea- siderable discussion menv The church was very tastef-ullv de- proposition came into the lime- ligj-. No in. real estate arc pending the commencement construction. by sonic of the members of the worth League. Ep- in the summer. The increased of to ENGLISH RUGBY RESULTS rush i London, Sept. results- in the creek Is attributed j Swansea. 13; Brldgen 0. "Dav.npon snow melting in the and other foothills. Porcupine j Albion, 6; Redruth 0, Bristol