Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE WEEKLY HERALD Thurwlay, September Record.of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers WELLS PUT IT OVER ABE ATTELL BORN BIRDMAN Bob Fowler's Mother Has Faith in Young Flyer Prize I.os Angoiev, CMU.-Scpt. 21. "My toy's soil's .'iilmire ue: Me is ;i born birdui.in. i rim irall'g to worry at all over Englishman Too Heavy'flight Ihrouuli spare from the I'a !io lhu Atlantic, const. for American Feather- we ight Why. I am so haupy over his srlt that i am nc- i'Diiinaiiying the special train ai-r-.iss continent thai is followins wew Sent. Matt Wol Is Hob.m Fowler, mother of Hob l-'nivler 'ihp (Yliforr.ia- aviator who is Hying i Enplisb llghtweigiu champion, defeal- nlolor Wrisht bl- ed Abe Atte.ll, world's fvnthenvMslu plane for -.1 prize. title Holder, here. In tlw mother .Madfaoni rowl0''' :1 niiildle-a woman, dill of American p'h ai'.u filiuare Rnrden last nlglrt, in their progression, is truly proial round, no-decision hont. is pro- 'of her boy. She is confident il-n rlolnwf! the winner by popular news- ihe will win and recalls incidents llut paper decision Iwppcucd during his life to. show "lie was the one destined to ".urn .UK-H stepped into the ring. I make 3 S..cccs3ru, croEE flight1 Bllov.-iiiE; his thirteen jioinuls lino. Ue must place his men on 'thing that I can do. I'd rather pitch in which [flayers from all parts oMhc defence, where their ability will anybody in the business than In this country. Wells more than re- (i'c Pays, were. te'nl-er-ad.. niairmore put to the best advantage, at the) I that opinion of his ring prow- did exceptionally well. II. R Farmer [same time saving them for their of- nd will mail idem. M The atndenta of" the I.cth- bridge High .School held a O mooting Wednesday afternoon and organized tho athletic association for the fall season. The following officers were elected: Hon. President, Dr. SLowart.: Link; vice president, R. MoCuIloch; secretary-treasurer, ,Ti -3tone; commttt-ao: G. Cnmp- boil. Mr. Cartwrlght. Harvey Schw-eltKor and H..Sang, AMERICAN ill 82 Philadelphia..... Detroit Clevelviml....... iVew York...... Boston Chicago........ St. Louis....... 72 fill 6T 50 its 45 56 04 BS 70 70 SI 119 .594 .4811 .422 .261 Rochenler UalUmore Toronto Buffalo Montreal Jersey City Newark Providence 90 91" 73 69 59 56 no 73 78 85 92 94 .1120 .1119 .500 .469 .410 .37S .347 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis Kansas City Colnmhns Indianapolis Si. Pan! Mliwauken Toledo LouitviUe 91 81 85 75 14 73 70 63 63 67 72 77 7i> S2 S2 90 .591 .548 .541 .492 .431 .461: Where Everybody Goes STARLAND Everybody Program Beats 'Em Big; Special Feature: "FOREST ROMANCE." ELOPEMENT A acreairi of Drama. WAITING AT THE CHURQH R. E. WILLIS White Slave Traffic and boy and Indian Frontier and Jeff. ELECTION ON WITH MUCH VIGOR The morning of election day dawn- ed cold and disagreeable in this city, and in a drizzling rain, mingled with a few snowflakes, the polls opened at nine o'clock for -the biggest election ever held in this country. But In spit's of the inclement weather, the riga and automobiles were early brought into service, and at the hour of eight many of these were out doing errand's. As the day advanced, th's weather seemed to clear a little, thus drying up the ground, and the autos Hvere able to run with less trouble. At any hour might be seen, the various can- veyances running hither and thither, carrying voters to.their various poll- ing places. To the casual observer the white-gloved men representing the Liberal hack drivers could 'be seen always at their busiest. Around the Conservative stronghold, however, tho opposition drivers congregated, and were kept busy. With cheerful faces the men for reciprocity hurri'3d abut the town, thinking not of the disagree- able weather, ami seeing nothing but victory for their efforts. In decided contrast fhe appearances of the antl-reciprocityites, who found fault with the weather, the streets and everything In general. Up to the time of suing to press no news of any violence lias reaclred the ears of the press. On the south side of the track, the day so tar has pass- ed off quietly, and any delay caused was tire result of voters going to tho wrong polls and requiring to be sworn before 'being.allowed to vote. A very large percentage of the electors me being sworn, and every vigilance is be to insure an honest represen- tation. In North LelhbrldBe the times have been somewhat more strenuous. Theiw, large crowds are congregat- ing about thq.polling booths ami some liti-le resentment is being met with in tho case of those 'being sworn. 1 low-ever, th's constables doing their duty well, and II. is thought that the day will pass off quietly and in an orderly manner. TOOK CARBOLIC ACID Toronto, Sept. told me to take II. and finish myself, BO I Imvo done Writing this note, Mn. Louise' B. Morgan, who roomed at 301 Parliament street, took carbol- ic acid this afternoon, ana died a ihort time later. POLICE COURT The session of the police court th1i morning, held at 9 light ono. Only one disturber of the peace appeared to answer for a -D. and D. charge. Ed. Prcndorgest was the vic- time, and lie got the-usual three and costs. Yesterday, Charles an Eng- lish laborer from Diamond City, evid- ently feeling a natural longing for the satisfying things of life, madae bold to appropriate a loin of pork, several pounds of butter, and a bushel or so of vegetables from the restaurant of Loo Wing in this city. He was caught in the act of getting away with the boodle toy Constable Oeobe- gan, immediately- demanded a satisfactory explanation. As this was not forthcoming, was stowed away In the cells for the night, and this morning was remanded until to- morrow morning .when he will ap- pear to answer -to the charjps of theft. C.P.R. MEN GIVEN CHANCE TO VOTE Montreal, Sept. telegram was sent out today to all officers of thw Canadian Pacific railway, signed by the president, Sir Thomas Shaugh- nejsy, to the effect that it fe the de- sire of the company that em- ployee who can possibly .be spared from his duties, at. any time today, should be given opportunity to vote, and that no questions be asked his politics. LOCAL BUDGET BORN Ltthbrldge, on Sopt. 20, to Mr, and Mrs. .1. .1. Ijinon, 269 Seventh South, a dauiht'or. The Taber school board has been empowered to borrow to com-, plclc their school building, buy, fur- nishings and fence the site. II. P. Miuiro is treasurer. The following lands, namely Sec- tions 7, S, 10. II, M, 15, .16, 17, 18, 20, 21 ,'.22, 23, 26, 27, 38, 39 and in Township li Itangc 9 west of the Kourlh Meridian, have been creeled into a .School. District under the mime of The Flowery Plain school district No. 3581 of the Pro- vince of Alberta. Senior trustee, Robinson, Bow Island. The following lamls, namely Scc- Mons 17, 18, in, 2n, 30, 31 and 32 in Township 9 Range IS; and Scclions 13, M, 23, 24, 25, 26, 35 unil 30 in Township 9 Range 10 west of Mm Fourth Meridian, havct been ercr.lcd into a school district nirder (he rainVof Chin school district No. 355fi ill tho Province ol Alberta. Senior trustee, Jaa. Dacca, Chi a.