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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. Lethbridge, Alta., Monday, September Number 242; MAUNSELL IS CALLED TO WIN He Is Gaining Ground as the Campaign Progresses TRUST IN PREMIER Macleod Electors Have Confidence in the New Premier (Special to the Herald.) MacLeod, Sept. in the here is .becoming keener every .day, and the general impression IB growing that.-the electors will -place tfieir .faith in the. new Sifton govern- ment by returning Edward H. Maun- The people of this town know -.Mr. Sifton well, and they appreciate Ittis ability, and, irrespective of .party, Delieve that he shou-kl be given ev- ery chance to straighten out the tan- gle at Edmonton. They know that he is toe. only man in the province capable of handling the situation at the present time. Again, Macleod ihas not forgotten the excellent admin istration of the Public "Works Depart- ment of the Northwest Territories by Sifton some years ago. They Know that 'he ihas always been in touch with the needs of the people, and that he is still acquainted with tneir needs is evidenced by the strong pronouncement he has made on trans- portation. He is clear hort. time have .quiet, j Last night's escapade marks them as men who know their business and who stop at nothing. Their work last night consisted of robbing the C.P-R- lature. The level headed ?nen -of Gleichen don't see things that way.' They don't man to represent- them who resigns in a temper. They object to their member using stated -they were about to settle ,by They to help him liusband Shot Man Who Made Attack on Him V Halifax, Sept. Stanislaus _ 'Gotch, shot by a compatriot, Joseph j Dongail, at Sydney Mines, died urday afternoon of his wounds '-in Harb'orview Hospital, Sydney. There had been bad blood between the. nien for some time and a further, disagree-'; ment on Saturday week aggravated matters. It is alleged Gotch threatened to kill DongaiJ, or the iatter's wife. Mrs. Dongail .insisted husband getting a weapon and the .latter" treat ing the matter lightly and she purchased a revolver herself Thurs day. Friday morning he .reluctantly, took the weapon; for the coke but' had' not gone fifty yards when Gotch appeared from the. bushes without the chambers of his revolver at only one.bullet taking effect, a flesh wound. Dongail drew his revolver and fired effectively' hitting Gotch in' the jaw and breast, started run but 'Collapsed, proceeding a hundred "yards. Gotch before IDLE INI Strike el Workers Is Seriously sidered clear his "land. 'turn lor "axes. f ,and He his best judgment in the legislature- apparently., and' Wednesday and voting against the government, if, 'morning left-for they bush land with it is but. they, can't s4auU' them. Not a search, party was'organized aM, alter three days i Accused is alleged to" have hired a a representative" whose rig from Wannop in order to drive toj temper control his Brooks on the main line of the oniy right, that Premier R. to look for land'. ,He did not turn, and; after- waiting sev-j Given a Fair Show, eral days, Wannop came into, Leth- bridge and reported, }the matter to the.Mounted had; heard of-Yaple one of. theipose Riley could it- Italian's tor. assaultrngi-his son-in-law, tool house of wrenches, to open the Eerlrn, Sept. industry door of the store of Wilson, and Wil-jis seriously disturbed by strikes and son, at Balgonie and stealing tools i lockouts. .IJnless the disputes can-be with which to wrest oG the combin- j ended within the next .-few days" ation and safe door. These prelimin- Julien's remains covered by undermrush, the head fear- j lully An aries safe was blown open with nitro-glycerine. The thieves are still at larsp. Blan- kets were used to effectually deaden the noise which the explosion- of, the nrtro-Glycerme would make and oth- er precautions are evident. -From this fact and the completeness of the job it appears the safe cracked t-hte> Walter" Ross the. Milk as -soon as possible. Rivcr Ridge country. .-The, team had had their, shoes removed and .were ThrfacTSnot-a stale' .Urgent I police Relieve is assisting Mr. .Riley in His: tragedy in revenge. turned out in the js proof. -that the .Ir.te and harness were -at the ranch: Yaple O'f Gleichen has not the support r-f his had left them there for storage, say-; fellows in his attitude. Even ing that he would come back fo'r Gushing, whom Mr. Riley them in a few weeks' time; or- send, Ofj -IS raising -A finger jC-ss- his brother for th'em. The supposi- sist- "that gehtlemin., His principal tion is that he intended leaving them, advocate is a Tory, Jl- l.tint-tt, there until the matter had blown ov-ianc! that fact is taking -way from er, and then return for them and hira any Liberal support 1hsL he sell their.- He was located by the might liave secured. As a matter M Mounted Police at a place called 'Hous fact, Mr. Riley" is being bucked al- ton. 'Sergt. Ashe was sent -to arrest most wholly by Conservatives, who him- He was gone from Houston hope to see" him elected for no other when Sergt. Ashe but he purpose than to cmbarass the new traced him to Belt, where he was government. working on a railroad gang. He will t in the judgment of people who have have his preliminary hearing probably iomorrow. travelled over the constituency, Mr. Riley will not be elected. His strong- hold is Hillhurst, but apart from there, McArthur, the Liberal candi- date, who is a successful' business man of good sense and sound judg- ment, is gaining strength daily. .The p-eople believe in giving the new gov- ernment a fair show. In mahv sec- tern part of the riding, and it is sure that McArthur will get strong sup- j port in the towns along the. C.P.R. j main line. The hardest fighting ground is in the suburban part oi Calgary. Riley's home, Hillhurst will give him-a majority, but Crescent Goderich, Ont., Sept. mys- Heights, the home of the Liberal can- terious disappearance of Lizzie An- didate, and Riverside, are counted on derson, the 'seventeen-year-old daugh- to give good majorities to McArthur. ter of'Wesley Anderso'n, of Saltford, 1 was solved this morning by the find- PLACE THE BLAME ON ina; of her dead body with her throat THE MOTOR CAR CREW from ear to ear. That a rort Wayne, Sept Fort most dastardly murder is evidrnt bv and Wabash Traction Co. to- ENGLISHMAN IN CANADA Trying' to Locate Good Soldiers on Canadian Farms Winnipeg. Sept. Arthur Broderick. brother of former Secre- tary of State, arrived in this city yes- tions Riley is He has kept terday Major Broderick, travelling Aloof From the People, has interested himseli'leci to the supposition that the per- and failed to look after their needs, j. f thp cervice Of train-1 of .both outrages are pro- Esporially is this in the eas- m veggmen who are up to all her. of the firm, arrived .to open .the store. He found" the door wrenched 000 workmen ;will be A ray of hope appeared today in the announcement that would begin on Monday, the Association of metal employers ;and tie metal trade workers. 'An, adjust- ment of the differences'-in. this trade will have great influence the situation in allied Tbe total number is close-to They, hire'Vbeen financially assisting the' builders and in order aid the association of; .meta.LrVempioy-" Make Bid For Dry ing Affair Two Years Hence ALBERXAEXHIBl This Province to be Wfitt at "The vince of Alberta goliig; jjid for the Dry. Farming said E. L.'-'.fiichardsoniof aavance tingenT, to the..' congress who "We may not1 are lii.ely a" strong -bia for. the between now and we i' it up W.e; areVgbine '.to a. big' at tlie 'Spolciiie; the largest probably that" out of and convention .'in all deeply.. .interested iii" and the yery 'light 'rainfall' has augment this dry farming ".methods.- "The Alberta the- first dme decided to Mbit- -to the dry 'farming; and it. is .Furthermore, in order, to more closely allied.} with. the congress tie snail, minister of agriculture Harcourt. assistant minister of culture, and the attorney "general of off its hinges.-and the store wide op-, ers" recently decided to Inside the office it was founds that the safe had beeru.wrecked and; the contents pillaged. 'else had been The robbers se- cured in .over in the safe, grain funds and about "of funds. The grain funds con- sisted of money belonging to the Win- nipeg Elevator' Co. and the Ogllvie Milling Co. It-was money advanced for the payment of farmers. Wilson and Wilson have the paying- office for these two concerns at Balgonie, per cent: of its men unless the ship- builders retum-ed to work prior to i October S. lit retaliation the employ- ees voted to declare a -strike- of the other forty per cent, in the event thatf the- threatened lockout of .sixty per cent, of their number was .enforced. Tne textile manufacturers, of Cott- bus, Forst, Spremeberg, Luck- enwald, Sommerfield and Finsterwade have notified their employees which accounts for 'the. large sum their mills will be shut down oa hand over night. A large supply of (October oth unless the''striking' spin- stamps, money, orders and por.tal jners at Forst return to work next notes, is kept in the office, but were j Tuesday: not touched. No attempt was made Tne "thousand- striking to locate the mail' buildefs' show no signs of Weak, or negotiable papers. The robbers left I _, B no clue behind. The'Mounted Police fenm- The managing-committee of are investigating. 'the Socialist-party is aiding in the .Robbery0at Stoughton support of the idle men. Regina, Sept.' hard on the robbery at Balgonie yester- day, word was received in -the city this afternoon of similar outrage at Stoughton und-er conditions almost identical to those of rBalgonie. This ed soldiers training and moral calibre made a desirable class of set- tlers. With the consent of the war office and assistance -of Allan Line: C. P. R., and Col. Steele, Major Brod- erick brought out fourteen men of a territora, and .are the tricks of their craft. According to meagre details so tar to hand i-'cm j Sioughton the robberyf 'there took' placo some time before nine o'clock this morning, Coughlin's general store being burglarized. Owing to its fae- :i'rlr.r before the berta, to partr'-in Mr. Harcourt's ;coming. wnat dependent' thereon :.s'. tefes-sureiy-'coming and for; the ty minister to be- away erhment seat at the same .time is.'iifob-1.1 lematical; still we. believe and ly hope he will "be "Alberta wiU be represented' t greater extent at year's than ever for, the fanners gen- erally are coming and there -will be liberal representation from many'.' of j'.- the commercial organizations.; Then, too, there is going to be a fine exhibit .from several districts in addition-; to the large government exhibit. All this is in a- insasui'e because "of the hope: of the residents of Alberta that "at some future date the Dry Farming Congress will be held in one of their. cities. "The display to be made by Jsl- beiw government will no doubt vevy -interesting to Amerjcans. I sLm- making preparations to install it; at the Ta.ii' grounds at" the earliest ipos-; sible moment. In addition to sample's- of grains in sheaf and threshed, there is a large variety of native and tame grasses as well as vegetables. "A new feature which will be (IxicoU be an exhibit of threshpcF grain showing the yield of one --acre.. This was first sbown at the prcviscial exposition at Calgary and declued hit. It is the most interesting grain display ever exhibited. Besides; there will be a representative scene-' of an Alberta grain field at harvest' cr occ rre NcarU evcrv stitch A _ _ commission at light anything which would Tbe engagement, how. onic, alrra. st.onring t c t.oun. I ItJ L L tU V 4? 4-Y. I----------- i v of'clothing had been torn'from the itneir "nclins ot the -cause ot tbe col-ieveri was broken off shortly before; try, believe that the men wanted arc body. The unfortunate girl had come j Hsion of the two cars on the company's j Laay fateful journey to i expert safe cracksmen from the ......'gcotiand, and Major Broderick. travel-! States and that they arc vcrkins Jing in Western Canada, has only just! "4" from her home in Saltford, a little; lines near Bluffton on Wednesday in village across the river, to attend the j winch forty persons were killed. fair here last Tuesday afternoon, Tne repOrt charges Motorman W. F. remising to return home in the ev- Conductor Del. Wilson. the dust had cleared away the Bt-r- tole boarding houses were seen hang-! leave on Tuesday, Oct. 4, arriving that ,t, and remaining in Spokane until ing over the edge of the crevice and j Thursday or Friday." the Campbell Hotel's back steps ler south .towards the boun- into it: Buildings in the centre the citv are being vacated. heard of the fad occurence. home to which she replied, that she j tneir orders it is alleged they would would not leave before 9 o'clock. Her nave waited for the north bound car Goad? who came from Richmond, noVth brother waited for her at the main; to stop at four miles north of the the; STONE WALL PIONEER HAS PASSED AWAY Stonewall, Man., Sept. SENTENCED FOR STEALING ONE OF THE Q. O. R. OFFICERS DIED exit, but failed to notice her on her j curve where the collision occurred, way out. The girl not returning homo, tha't r.ipht led 10 so great anxietv that, immediate search was instituted! by the family. The fear that shei might have been persuaded by of the performers to leave town led j a search by the. local police in neighborhood "where fall fairs were' in progress. Xo trace could be found, j however, and information as to hpr; whereabouts was not forthcoming; from those had been in convcr-' sation with her on the fair grounds, that evening. This morning a search-! ing party of four, including the fath- j mnde a careful investigation of j the surrouiiding river banks and err.p- Lv buildings and passing to south of ( ou FURS THE FAR NORTH. Edmonton, Sept. 24. For stealing London, Sept. 26.-Kay Gxow- the Koyal Cambridge Aidershot. Saturday morning, pnenmonia supervening upon typhoid fever. The only rela- tive here was an aunt at A. brother i? expect- ed at Southampton tomorrow. thirty-seven years ago and was one j of the earliest settlers of this district..} jhomesreading here ten years before j this village was founded, died on his farm three miles south of here on Sun- jday morning from heart trouble, aged 78. After fifty-six years of married I life, his widow survives him. i rurs .valued at cached in-the y Hyslop and Nagle, Charles was sentenced to six months. ilr. Richardson, who is in charge of b government exhibit, is secretary' the Alberta Live Stock association, d general manager of i he AlberLa BISHOP WAS PLEASED. London, Seot. Bishop of i Provincial exposition of Calgary. L-ondon in an interview ,to-day, said lie was exceedingly pleased with his visit to Canada, and was gratified to nnd that the church work was in such a nourishing condition." PRKICE WILL PAY NO OFFICIAL. VISIT CONSERVATIVES NOMINATE 4-j DOWNEY'S SUCCESSOR NJ. uueiph, Ont... Sept. R. Kow- son of Dr. Howitt was nominated Saturday afternoon as the Conserva- tive candidate in South Wellington to fill the vacancy in the legislature caused by tne resignation of J. P. Downey. London, Sept. King TT 13G5 thai Llie Fringe of wales shall pay no of-'-.i-i! visits abroad ur.til he beoxios of age, but shall his naval education by an v ed cruise on r. warship. _T ik IVlacieod Represented The second advance man of Alberta to arrive is H. Jeffrey, who is in charge of the Macleod exhibit 'and who tviMX-veiiis the SJjioleod Board of Trade. He -n once preparations for thy handling of liie big exhibit of grains and grasses that are coming frora that section. have two tons of decorative grains in sheaf and said south of here to-niQ-ht. and John Cor- j Mr. Jeffrey. "The southern district of Mnutt the passenger was fa-iAioerta will be well repre- tally' Injured. Four others wore set- j sented. We in the southern- lousjy. and a dozen painfully injured, j section had an exceptionally a-1 SAD WRECK ON THE SOUTHERN INDIANA. Terre Haute, Ind.. Sept. j nortHDGUiiG passenger train, X-o. on thr Southern Indiana road, collid- ed wiih an extra freight train a mile It is said the wreck was due to a good crop it is token into fusion of orders. Besides CorcutL J that there was only two was crushed an-d scalded, the most, soriouslv injured are the fire- man, a car repairer and five inches ot ranU'all aii this have some of the finest threshed but our saitt- 5) ;