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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday.' LimrBKWGE DAILY II13RALD Are Buying Letkbridge Property CANADA INVESTMENTS Fruit Lands Mixed Farming Lands Goklstreain Estate at British -Columbia iiv Okanagain Valley, 5 acre tracts and upwards- all cleared lands with irrigation and do- mestic water on each ranch, some planted with one, two., three and. fou r year old trees.' The land is 2% miles from Yeruon, and C. P. N. II. new line goes Good markets. A perfect climate and easy terms. INTHOUTS LIVED AT jf FERNIE FOR MONTH O- Correspondent Reveals Something of Past Life of Calgary Suicides i'luiher information .see s McDonald Lethbridge Hotel Pemberton Son Vancouver, B, C. Uillis McDonald, P. 0. Box 541, Lethbridge. AHa: Please send me free booklet of the Coldstream Estate's fruit and farming, lands at Vernoii, B. C. Name Cheapest and Best Buy in the City Five Lota facing north, on Seventh Avenue South, on ami water; neat1 Fifteenth Street'South; short time only Freeman Doniinioii'Block Phone 1212 TORONTO BANQUET WAS NON-PARTY BOARD OF TRADE TENDERED BANQUET'TO PREMIER AS A WELCOME HOME to Right .'Burden at the banquet giv- Must Sell at Sacrifice On account of ill heajth and consequent inability to manage, a client of mine is compelled to sell at a sacrifice a very valuable tract of land, containing 768 acres, all .well-fenced and under cul- tivation good water, some under irrigation, situate about 7 miles southeast of Lethbridge and 1 1-2 miles from Wilson's Siding. I will pay the customary commission to any real estate agent who furnishes a buyer. Will give good terms and take in other real eslate as part payment. Legal description of land Section I7-S-20 and part adjoining section. For Further information write to' Cedar I Have a Customer For ton l-housanrl thousand a slPa-m ploAV land on liloc. Must be (irsi- 'stuff. AVIuu'e can 1 o-et ii J O. T. LATHROP Stafford Block Farms Loam Think This Over 17 1-i feet by 13B feel, comer of Itiih Streoi nml 7lh Avenue North, facing east. Price cash, balafice per month. North Letlibridge Realty Co. PHONE tSC Toronto, Sept. accord- ed a 'magnificent welcome Hon. R. en by the Board of Trade in his honor at the New Mutual Street arena to- night. The great stadium was filled by the largest audience ever gathered .together in Toronto. Thousands of persons vainly sought admission to tiiu hall. Sir James Whitney, prem- ier of Ontario, proposed Right Hon. .Mr. Dordtn's health in an eloquent speech. Mr. Borden was given a magnificent on rising' to reply. "The people of the old land." said j Mr. Borden, "are as much convinced as are the people of Canada Hint the ;unity of the empire naturally is de- pendent upon a sure path across the seas, and they are determined io maintain for themselves and for yon a sure path across every ocean where: Ltri tfcli dominions lie. j "It is not for me tonight lo make I any announcement to you. although a great audience like "this is a sore J temptation to any man to be inrtis- j erect, for the time, bur 1 must follow I the good old constitutional rule that announcements with regard to great snbJRiMs should be made first to par- liament." Tneiv was one problem which should not be hundred or six hundred milc-j of lerri- j tory having now little or-no population situated between the and the west, lie ;nid bis colleagues woi do ail within their capacity to bring the in habitattid east into touch the inhnbitaffid west, and to prevent alt divorgiHict? of sympathy, the facil- ities afforded by railways, ntid wator- wny.s should be supplemented by bigli- ways which were the necessary link in any wall, "Tht1 .government hoped to assist the provinces to develop a system of highways which would bear compari- son with those in Europe and those under construction in tlio United States. The government did -not. in- tend tn abandon any proposal it had made in that Uowcll. K.C.. leader of ilu- Liberal party of Ontario, proposed tlio toast to tbe parliament of Can.ido. Hon. T. White, minister of tiu- spoke of Canada's growing rev- enue and the expansion of trade. Me bopnd this year t.o pay out ou consoli- dated revenue, not only the current (Special to The Herald.) Ferniu, Sept. sensational double suleido, reported from Cal- gary last Saturday, has created some interest here, owing to tlio fact that the InthoulB were residents of Ferule- for ii month before going to Calgary. Tbe saddened father of the young wife in in on ihe morn- ing train from Itexford, en route t Calgary, to take, charge of the body o his daughter, The surmise in the Calgary papers that Mrs. Henry Burnell, of Garfield Wash., was .mother of the yount, woman, proved correct, Mr. Buruel corroborating that part of the story. The fnthouts came to.Kornie abom a month ago, soon after their mar riage, which, uccprding to Mr. Burneli took.place.in Spokane about the mid die of August. The opposed by the girl's parents, but she refused to 'be guided by their wishes, and married Inthout with but very little knowledge of his history. j Mr. Burnell knows practically noth- ing about the young man, and is over 'whelmed with grief, at such an unex pected tragedy. Inthout had been in tbe employ of 'the O. R. Co., at Tekoa, before coming to Ferine, and was a -tele- grapher. He was discharged from the Great Northern office bore, owing to irregularity and inattention to his work, and the money order mentioned in a Calgary paper as coming, bly from a Mr. in Oregon, was an order for wages due from the G, N. here, issued to him by Mr. by, a.clerk in the. Fernie station that company. After being discharged from the G. N., Inthout went, with his wife, to th. Canadian Temperance Hotel last AVed- nosday night, and took a room, which the couple occupied that They took their meals somewhere uptown, perhaps at the Northern Hotel, where they first boarded on arrival here. On Thursday night, Inthpui left his wife in their room and went out. about ten o'clock, and. as far as the landlady knows, Mrs. Inthout went to bed. At about eleven o'clock the young man returned and they both came down stairs shortly after, carrying one 'was the last seen of them by Mrs. Chardon. The next morning it was found that they bad not returned, aud had left two grips in the room. j Mrs. Chardon stated to the Herald i reporter 1 hat the two grips were ar- ranged In an orderly way, and nothing was left lying about the room. Chief Hall, of the City police, took charge of those grips -upon receipt o Information from Calgary, and thej will be taken lo Garlleld by the fathoi of the girl. The young couple had quarreled on-L something on tho street, near the Temperance Hotel, and Inthout was seen to strike the woman in with his hand. People across the street saw the affair, and one of them shouted lo Inthout 'to stop. Inlhout ran away from her a short distance, stopped, and then returned to her, ac- companying her Into the Temperance house. This incident, perhaps, explains the discoloration of the imfortunata girl's face, .noted in the Calgary papers. Those acquainted with him state that Inthout was, at times, quarrel- some, and at such times abused his wife, but at other times he seemed most devoted to her. Last Thursday night, when Inthout first went to the C. P. R. station to purchase tickets, he ordered two for Spokane, but 'went away, before they were made out On bis return, shortly after, he changed his order' to tick- ets for Calgary. It Is evident, from the hasty resolve to leave and his uncertainty of mind as to where to go, that Inthout was agitated about some- thing. Chief Hall had called 'at the Can- adian Hotel, and had inquired of -Mrs, Chardou a man wearing a light colored hat and carrying a straw-col- ored suit case. This was in accord-, a nee with information received by the police, relating io, parties wanted at Regina. This description partially fitted Inthout, and whether this inci- dent had anything to do with the evi- dent suddenness of Jthe determination of Inthout to leave town or not, will never >be known, but there is room to theorize over it, when taken in con nection with the revelations mifoldet in the; scrappy correspondence found n Inthoiit's grip tit the Queen's Ho- tel iu Calgary] Mr. Burnell is a carpenter and con- tractor, of good eharacter and stand ing at Garfield, 'where he has resid- ed for several years. He is a mem- )er of the Baptist church, and his daughter took active part in Sunday schcol work. Mrs. Inthout was but twenty-two years old, but the age of her husband ig no't known here. The telegram from Vancouver Inthout, regarding a position, is said .0 have been in answer to one Inthoui sent from here. He had been in hopes of securing a position in the Yukon country, and this telegram, saying hat there were no vacancies, evideut- y upset him to some extent, and may have been Ihe immediate of he rash act. Burnell leff. oh the Business Prudence Dictated INSURANCE AT LOWEST COST ------AND------ INSURANCE THAT WILL PROTECT .When the City placed upwirdi of Liability Insurance with Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited Representative! of Following hUBI LI'JT AMD ACOI DENT GUARDIAN CO. (of London England) Aliett, LIJPE INSURANCE EXCELSIOR LIFE CO, Iniurance In over FIEE INSURANCE QUARDIAN CO. MERCANTILE CO. NORWICH UNION Aisetj, Aiutt, Aitet., EXCELSIOR LIFE CO. STANDARD TRUSTS CO. LOAN COMPANIES Combined funds over Alberta Loan A. PHONE 1214 Investment Co., Block 416.5th _ St. S. Fife Insurance Money to Loan 3 lots adjoining new post office, each, 1 -4 cash, balance 1, 2, and 8 years. Lots 31-32. Block 17, Alexander Addition, 1540.00. The C. B. Bowman Agency ACADIA BLOCK. PHONE IK train for Calgary, to take charge of the remains of his daughter, and will pass through Fernie upon his sad homeward jotrrney. SECUKITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Iniuranoe j Money to Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone ?M. Room 207, Templcton Building, Salt City, Raymond Alta., Phone 5. i HEAVY RAINS CAUSE FLOOD DAUPHIN DISTRICT INUNDATED, RIVER REACHES HIGHEST POINT ON RECORD and running expenses of the great Dominion, but capital charges as well and still have a substantial surplus to apply in the reduction of the national debt, of this Dominion, a feat whicl: should greatly improve the standing or the Canadian securities of all kinds in tiie iinancial marker at London. general also spokr- CITY LABORERS WENT ON STRIKE EDMONTON'S CIVIC IMPROVE. MENTS TIED WANT AN INCREASE IN WAGES Kdmonioi increase in Sept. an wagtrs of [ivo cents an hour, Home two hundred laborers em- ployed by tiie city, went, on strike this morning. The city engineer's and the electric The strike. In iho partmem about liit work. These are affected by iiy engineer's de- men have quit employed in dig- and others in SEARCH EVERYONE FOR REVOLVERS COURT TAKING PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT TROUBLE AT THE SNEED TRIAL Dauphin, in- cessant rain which has been falling here of late, reached a climax yester- day, when the Vefmillion river, which runs through the town, registered higher water mark than has been'pre- viously known here. The com- ing off the mountain a week ago al- most reached the proportion of a flood, nut yesieru'd} moiniug hart all previous records broken.. The electric light plant was temporarily disabled but was able to supply light last night.- Between four and five hundred cords oi wood belonging to the Elec- tric Light company were washed j away when .the water reached its j highest: and continuued to sweep i around the curve in the river where ilie wood was stored. Four or five tiers of wood were undermined and swept away, while all day yesterday the bank, continued to cave in carry- ing the wood with it. Today the wa- ter is slowly receding and the wea- ther shows some signs of improve- ment. general manual labo-. Twenty-five men, employed by the transportation department construction t 0, work un wire and cable installations j iilat the attempt also have gone on strike. At the present time the city pays thirty cents an hour to laborers. This satisfied the ini'ii apnaren-ily, until last Saturday, when an agitation arose .Amarillo. Toxas, Sept. Uoyce begged Jolm B. Sneed not to shoot him again after be Had fallen on the. street here September 1, rid- dled with buckshot, according io. the testimony of Earl Jackson, a 'witness to the killing at the habeas corpus he-arms''of Sliced yesterday. He fur- ther testified that Sneed immediately tiring and then, looking down ai the victim, said: guess yon are Sheriff Wil- liam ISunvell testified that Sneed's and beard rendered it difficult for acquaintances to recognize him on the day of the tragedy. The State endeavored through the testimony of the sheriff TO strengthen its conten- tion that the killing was premediated. An attempt lo introduce testimony relative to the IJeyce-Sneed elope- SHOOTING FELLOW COUNTRYMAN Medicine Hat, Sept. Vehtis is under arrest here m connec- tion, with shooting down alike :Hun- dasak. Both are Galician section, men employed on the C. P. R. nearLRed- cliffe.- This morning the men engaged in an altercation engendered through lluudasak having broken a rifle be- longing to Velitis, the former knocked out Velitis.'teeth with a stone, where- upon the latter .brought a: shotgun out of the boarding car and shot Hundasak in, the groin, inflicting injuries which it is said, will prove fatal. The Mounted Police captured Velitis later, and he is held pending developments. UNABLE TO WORK HE SUICIDED Calgary, Sept. be- cause of liis inability lo work because of chronic rheumatism, .John Sims hanged himseli Saturday aitcrnopn, to a beam in the shack at which lie made his home, at -10f> Tenth avenue east. .John Halligan, who also lives in the shack, returned home from work shortly after twelve o'clock and was surprised to sec the body of Sim: hanging by a rope which was fastened from a board in the rooi of the shack, monitor last fall was objected lo cut down the body, and immcdi- Valuable Property For Sale PARCEL No. 1. Subdivision 124 and 123 Block 3, Lots 1 and 38 to 45 Block 4. 1, 2. 5 to 11; 35 to 30; 33 to SB; 39 to 43; 47 to 4S, in all 39 lots at as follows: Cash 30 days 150 days 365 days iv PARCEL No. 2 Subdivision 99, 100, 101 Block 15, Lots 6 to 37. Block II, Lots 24 to 41. Block 12. Lots 3 to 10; 19 to 36. lilock 13, Lots r, to 10, 13 to 21, and 30 to 33. In all S4 lots at payable as follows r SO days 365 days T. H. Johnson Block Phone 1327 Lethbridge for higher wages. Ai that time the foreman swipedt'd in persuading the men to stay in their ditches and kfifln busy swinging and shovels. This ovnins'j liowcvrr, Inrjo numbers quit the State. The defence waived tlva matter. The Stale's attorneys say to introduce the el- opement feature indicated ihat defence on tho charge of mur- der would lie the unwritten At the hearing Sheriff Hurwcll and iwemy speri.il deputies followed the court's order religiously to search for anus all those who sought admission to tlio room. Stato witue-s-ses. of whom there weio fony-elslit. to he intro- work, wiih the nnimmicciKont that mi- j duced first. There were thirteen wit- le-cs they paid cents an hour.! nesses for the defence. The hearing Hi PS' would not work for the city. will be rontlniKMl four days. AUor- I ueys and friends of the Sneed The in Ihe Northern Hotel at .South Fort (JeoriM1, B.C., is SO fee! long and has four bartenders behind it. X. S. Kenny IUIK IHMH appointed sec- retary of the town of Alberta. fioyco families have gathered here large numbers. The'sraml jury re-convened yester- day to investigate the charges against E. 11. Kpping, tho farmer arrested at. Pndmrah on Thursday in connection wwith thy shooting of Hoyce, aiely notified the-police. When found j by Halligan, Sims had 'apparently been dead over two hours according lo the physician who examined the body. MAKE MOOSE JAW A GRAIN CENTRE Moose Jaw. Sepi. proposition made by a number of Winnipeg grain men to build a bushel grain hospital and a bushel eleva- tor hi 'Moose Jaw was ratified tonight by the city council, site and extensive trackage being turned over for a nom- inal The Winnipeg men will operate under the name of the Great West Grain Company, and guarantee to extend the elevators capacity to bushels by the year 1915. The company will start building op- erations next spring and will huve the concrete grain storage tanks ready for the ]fll3 harvest. Look These Over ?475 buys two corner lols. 7th Avc. S.. facing south; SHOO.OO buys one lot. Sth .Avenue, near nth St. S., price buys two lots near l.lth St. South, on car line. (Two years' terms on the above.) buys, 50 feet, one block from New Post Office on 7th St. S., price HOUSES TO RENT MONEY TO LOAN The Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Blclg. 7th St. ;