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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL. I. LETH BRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER W, NO. 241. THEY ELOPE A SECOND TIME Sam Jones and Pimm Run Away Again EDITORS IN NCUON Will TtomM, PrtticUnt Elton, Yesterday Gertie May Pimm -sixteen years of age; last night she Camrose. and 8am Jones skipped out and to-1 First Vice .Nelson, B.. C., Sept. au- nuitl meeting of Alberta an4 Eastern B.O- Press association was held here today.- vfjth about twenty-five dele- gates. ;The convention, was welcomed I by Mayor Taylor, after which a dis- cushion of subjects of interest to news- paper men took place. Edmonton was selected as the next i place of meeting, the date to be fixed 1 by the. executive but not to be later than August next. j The following officers were elected: J. Deane, Nel-' son. >_ I T. B. Thomas, BRYAN WILL SPEAK TO HASKELL Oklahoma Governor Willing To Resign If Asked New Yrk, Sept. conference will held between Wm. J, Bryan Gal- and Governor Haskell, treasurer of W. day in all probability they are Mr. braith. Red Deer... the. Democratic national and Mrs. Sam Jones. I Vice E. Ha- tomorrow morning in Chicago, when It will beremembered that ..on Au: gel, Lethbridge. the question of whether Governor guat 3 last these tyjfo -went to Great; Third: Vice Cunning- Haskell will continue as the treas- Falls to get married but just as the ham Morris, Reveistoke. j urer of the committee or not will be ttjremony was about be H. Elton, finally decided. Mr. Bryan will reach the police at the instance of the Raymond. girl's parents intervened and the gal- Executive R. C. Edwards, Chicago jn the morning and after the Cal- conference will depart for Madison, lant ,8am, who is thirty-five years of gary; A. "Wylie, Claresholm; F. A. Wis. While no ,i came back a prisoner land in a Schooley, Lacombe; A. -B. Watt, Ed- have been received here by national day or so was sent up for moriton; F.-J. Smith, Movie. charge of abduction.. He was sent t up at thev District jCourtj which sits on Monday next and was released on bail of on secur-1 'ities of his father and brother. Although the part'hts have watch over her since Jones was released, it .was well known, that they were communicat- ing with one another. Ones they were driving. together and .the plan of elopement laat night.was evidently carefully prepared-. Jones' father says that, is was Sam's intention to get married that, he .left on one of last night but Taken at Meet- would not say where they had gone. GCTYJLt FORerTY j coiijmitteemen as to....what Governor HaskeU's intentions are regarding his continuance in the 'office of treasurer .believed that he will resign, ;sbould: Mr. Bryan request him to do Governor Haakell will reach Chica- 'gb tonight from his home in thrie, Oklahoma. QUALIFICATIONS FOR VOTERS FOR DOMINION ELECTIONS 1. British subject (not an In- A negro has a vote if otherwise qualified. 2. One year's residence in the Province of Alberta. .3, Three months' residence in the Electoral District, 4. Age must be twenty-one or over. Aliens desiring" to become British Subjects can learn full particulars on application to any lawyer, justice of the paace, notary public, or com- missioner for taking affldav- its. All that is required Ss that the applicant be of good char- .acter, has resided in Canada three years within a per- iod of the last five years, and" that he takes the oath of al- legiance. V It it most important FAVORS THE FAIR WAGE CLAUSE W. C. Simmons States His Position to Trades Council aliens of getting on ths for the com- ing lection should see to this mitter without delay. :N KILLED IN BERLIN WRECK BOY KILLED Campbellford, OnC, Sept. Ellis, 4 years, son of J. was un over and killed while playing on the street today. He is to return to -.stand his -.trial and just what the police can do when they greet him at the. station is a problem- Jones' killed two birds with one stone on this trip.- ,He. not "only got ing of Young Men Last Night Y. M. C. A for Lethbridge was his wife will rule out a very whole tali a- the meeting of the important part of the evidence to be j Ycung Men's held last "night. given against him at his .trial ae the those preset expressed the rpln law _ cannot compl a wife to give j ion a y. C. A. is an _ evidence t Tier husband General Dupont necessity and that steps should taken at once to get one established. The Y. M.VC. it -meantime and carry on. its work -the New York, Sspt." "25 wing many on., the s wlrich were afloat today nere and in Wash- iagton, Chairman Hitchcock of the Republican National Committee an- nounced that General T. Coleman Dupont of Deleware, head of Bu- reau of Campaign speakers the Na- tional committee .had as head of the bureau and also as a member of the legislative of 'the National committee and that his resignation -had been accepted! Chairman Hitchcock said: "Last .Tuesday .Gen. Dupont- tendered his resignation as a member of the leg- islative committee- arid as director of the speakers bureau: This morn- ing Gen. Dupont and I had a per- sonal conference concerning the mat- ter. Fi-eling that the suit by the gov- ern meat against the powder company with which he is connected might be employed by our opponents, the in- jury to the campaign to which he is so earnestly devoted, his resignation has been accepted." tvwTll merge .into will write Mr. Say Winnipeg, -the -travelling M C. A. secretary for Western Canada and have him come here as soon-as possible to Bassist iq tlie prganiMtion. The meeting was enthusiastic in its belief that a Y.'-JI.- C. A. can be es- tablished here. A committee was ap- pointed to get a line on suitable sites that ate available. of "the Y. M. :C -postponed until Tuesday, even ing "when another general meeting will be held. JUDGE CANE DEAD Vancouver. B. C., Sept. TRAFFIC BLOCKED Montreal, Sept. dense oal }f fog and smoke which for the pas week has stopped all navigation be- bw Montreal.and Quebec, lifted, fo i spell today and during thn four large ocean liners, th Manchester Exchange, Englishman Montrqse and Coaling, managed t creep into port having' taken nearly .five days, to make the-137. MAIL FOR YUKON Ottawa, Sept. last steamer onveying all classes of mail matter or Dawson and other places north f the White Horse, leaves Vancou- rer about October 1. Trains On the Elevated Railway In the German Metropolis CRITICISE PAMPHLET Ottawa, Sept the afternoon ittiag of the .Anglican Synod today he .discussion ia reference to Indian work was 'continued and there was some criticism of the pamphlet is- sued by S. dealing with the subject.. Berlin Elevated traimvay were in col- lision early this afternoon. As a re- sult fourteen persons are dead while many sustained uijuncs. The acci- dent was caused by a misplaced sig- nal. One of the cars which was to the street, forty feet It was shattered beyond recognition. The greatest "mortality was in this car. The police werf; quickly on the scene and, the work of extricating the dead and wounded TO ENTER POLITICS AGAIN Sydney; N. S., Sept. AfcKenzie has resigned from the Bench and accepted the Liberal nom- ination for South Cape Breton. ITALIAN MURDERED IN AFFRAY AT FRANK SHOT rsburg, Sept, cies- pateh received here from Kishineff in Bossaribia, says that Roumania has established a shot gun quarantine against cholera along the Russian frontier. BACK TO KINGSTON Kingston, Ont., Sept. tery R. .C. H. A., which has spent the last two years in Toronto returns to .Tete Du Pont barracks here this afternoon, for permanent residence, the repairs to artillery park and bar- racks boing complete. Angelo Monte Killed Joe Casteno "r-f .-r i Wounded His Brother (Special to the Frank, Alt-i., Sept. Ital- ians got into an altercation-at-Lille today, with the Angeio Afonto shot Joe Castino dead and -seriously wounded his.'brother A. Castino, who is not exacted to re- cover., and who is now lying in the hospital-iu a crftical condition. .The officers from the Mounted Po- lice 'were called into action and Cor- poral Askey captured the murderer at 1 o'clock this evening ancl he is now safely locked up in the barracks at Frank. An inquest will be held by Conner Pinkney tomorrow. NAT GOODWIN AFTER DIVORCE Reno, Nevada, Sept. Hall Godwia (irlaxine Elliott) has been ordered to appear before Judge Pike on December 20 and answer to a com- plaint for divorce filed against her by Nat C. Goodwin in the district couil last Mondav. WOMEN AND MISSIONS Toronto, Ont., Sept. an- nual meeting of the women's mission- ary board of the Methodist church of Canada closed yesterday. The main include" Japanese and Chinese work in Bri- tish Columbia; for 'Indian work and for Galimri work. Total ;appropriations amount to The regular meeting of .the Trades and Labor Council was the Labor Temple last night. Owing to the stormy weather only a fair "at- tendance of delegates were present. The credentials of Bro. Win. Grant from the Bartenders' Union pre- sented and accepted. Three delegates from the Cereal Milling Employees local were present and were given at the meeting. In answer to the communication sent him from the Council regarding the payment of fair wages on the court house, Mr. W. C. Simmons wrote' that he' was absolutely in fa- vor of the insertion'of the fair wage clause in all government contracts. He had also written Hon.'Mr. Gush- requesting him to have the trad- work on all provincial buildings in Lethbridge done by day labor. The secretary furnished a report of the Labor Day proceedings, which -howod that eva i; to have very satisfactory. The thanks of the Coun- cil, were due tlu tradesmen who had rallied to their assistance, in provid- ing prizes and them finan- cially. The rious unions also congratulate 1 on the able man (in some cases at a great Ms advantage) in which they had tu-n- out to make 'i day a Scene of Disorder at Manchester Nominattons INTERFERS Manilla, Sept. has been pre- dicted the formal welcome to the bat- tleship of the American has been postponed on account of the presence of cholera in this city. The committee in charge of the reception after a conference with Gov. Genl. twcen the two ports. Later the blan-- Smith and a number of business men ket lowered again and all traffic was stopped. The most serious'result cf'the phe1 uomenal conditions which nave no parallel in the history of the St. Cane- who was trying the Walkem Lawrence navigation is the detention case died., this morning. of His Majesty's mails. For Commons Ont., S-pt. A.E.Dy- mcnt was; nominated by West Algoma Liberals tonight. St. John, N. B., Sept. Glou- cester County Cons'-rvatives today nominated T. M. -Burns, of Bath- decided that it would be wise to cancel all preparations for the rec'p- tioh until the fleet returns from Ja- pan in'November. In honor of the fleet's presence, however, the com- mittee decided to cany out the water parade on the day of the arrival. Hamilton, Sept. Adam Zim- merman was today nominated by West Hamilton Liberals. L. T. Mar- cchal, Conservative. Carleton, J. K. Caldwell, Lib- eral. THOSE KILLED IN MONTANA DISASTER Many Well-Known Men Victims Of Fatal Collision On the Northern Pacific Railroad Livingston. Mont., Ploughing through Sept. jlcssly mixed with heads, bodies, kgsjmay die; Anton Bowiclz, Helena, may snow storm.' eastward bound, a Chicago, Burling- ton and Quincy passenger train, runn ing over the Northern Pacific Kail- road today crashed hoadoii into a freight train at Young's Point where the trains were to pass and in the wreck, that followed a score of -lives were crushed out and a score of per- sons were injured. The_frcight flagman failed to sig- nal, the in time, it is said. Ijecausc of the blinding snow. The express car was raised over the plat- form of the smoker cnr and the sup- erstructure swept, the seat-s nw Not a pjxsjsongcr in the smoking car escaped death or injury. Passenger? in other cars escaped with cuts and bruises. On the train was the Spo kune delegation to the National Irrt gation Congress at Albuquerque. New Mex. Norn- of them wore injured Fireman Babcock jumped and himself, striking on his- head. Mil Ilalloway, a brakeman. was killed The smoking car's debris was hcip- hd arms, presenting n. nornnie n one place several bodies were wedg i together so tightly that were >paratcd only with the greatest dif- To Raise Pay of Returning .Officers W. Patterson, Liber- al. Henderson, Conser- vative. Richmond, N. W. Kyte, Lib- eral. Kingston, Srpt, T.J. Glover says he will run as an in- dependent in Lennox. Ottawa, Sept. government has decided to increase fees of re- turning officers. When election takes place by ucchunalion, the foe will be S40 Imt where a contest takes place he will receive not less than and if there arc upwards of thirty polls in the district he will be entitled to draw two dollars for each poll. Al- lowance also will be made for travell- ing expenses cents a mile, stables on election srill be instead 01 which has heon paid heretofore. An order in council is, understood to have been adopted.sanctioning the increase of pay for lighthouse keep- ers of the Dominion. at the rate of eight Fee for special con- COLEMAN IS BUSY a the Union Hospital.- The funeral took place yes- terday and was attended by the local Aerie of Eagles to which' order the lady's 'husband belonged. mau's had been a sugerer for some time from Bright's disease and the malady had reached an advanced stage when death relieved! her. Like other parts of Alberta, Cole- man is being visited by the annual S ptember snow storm. V0ver a foot of snow has fallen in the Pass while up in the hills it will be much deeper. The weather remains quite warm and it is expected %that the snow will be gone in. a day or two. John Swan, who was formerl em- ployed here with the International Coal and Coke Co. came in this on the local from Pinch; r Crtvk. Mr. Swan is an old timer in Coleman and though located on his ranch he is still interested in the welfare of the metropolis of the .ILb.t', Laird is spending a few days in. the hospital, being indisposed with cold. The young men of Coleman giving a dance in the Opera House tonight. Manchestcr, Eng., Sept. was a wild scene of disorder witness- ed last night unemployed who" recently have creat- contact1. vrilh. "the'' police; tempted to raid the town hall the iord mayor was holding a recep- tion, but was frustrated by the police who'made a charge with their clubs. A uuraber_ of persons received more or less severe injuries and the_ police did not escape without bruises and cuts, however, the moti were scatter- ed and order restored. Sir Wilfrid at North Bay NEW YORK JUST ONE POINT AHEAD KILLED IN HORSE RACE Stratford, Ont., Sept. Townsend was killed by a fall while driving in a horse race at Milverton Fair. His neck wan broken. He leavos a wife and one child. Lost iculty. It was vounded without trampling on the On account of the storm neither trains had any warning and the pas- senger struck the freight locomotive full in the side, telescoping the bag- impossible to succor the'gage cars and smoking car and part- THREE LOCAL MASONS ly crushing the day coach. Little lead. Tho dead known are: Colonel Bownson, of Utah. John Paulus, Billings, Mont, fiobt. Anderson. Hardy, Mont. Lorenzo A. Stewart. Dean's, Mont. IT. C. Gomble, Ministon, Mont. Kddie Mack. Denver, Colo. D. II. Barnes. Seattle. G. A. Konstick. Anaconda, Mont. Ora Bibcock, killings, 5Tont. S. Chmgdon. Chico Springs. Mont, i Charles F.. .Johnson, iVnvcr. Colo. Geo. Battlerock, Anaconda, Mont. John Ryan. Cushing. Okla. M. Halloway. Billings, Mont. Sichemrnm. aTfdress unknown. Four unidentified coal miners. R. A. Vickcrs. Billings, Mont. The .injured Sam Siomowitz, both legs 'jrck could be done towards rescuing the buried and Injured passengers until j the wrecking trains arrived. FIRE AT FOND DU LAC Fond Du Lac, Wis., Sept. last "night destroyed St. Joseph's church ancl and throat- ons the- entirr- east side of the- city. JTho loss at o'clock this morning was RUSH CSTY OH FIRE St. Paul, Minn.. Sept. at Rush City, Minn, last night destroy- ed 21 buildings and is still raging. The whole town is threatened. Help j is being sent from this city to com- bat the flames. Doable Header to Gncmnati North Bay, Sept. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, speaking here, retraversed the ground he had covered at other meetings of his tour. It was expect- ed that he would make some refer- ence to the C.P.R. strike but hs madi none. The strikers though many at- tended the meeting, made no demon- stration. Speaking ot the Georgian Bay Canal, a matter of particular in- terest to North Bay, Sir "I must speak with perfect- frankness I cannot say whether we will be rea- dy to commence building the canal today or tomorrow, because we have a falling revenue and a heavy expen- diture on public works, but if provi- dence spares me and the Canadian people leave me and my friends at the head of affairs it will be our duty to take up the Georgian1 Bay canal as soon as the resources of the country will permit us. These things however, cannot all come at once." New York, Sept. Cincin- nati's knocked out of the box two of New York's pitchers and gave the lo- cal cluh a double header setback 7 to 1 and to '2. which with other results of today, leave -New York just o. single point of margin pcri.int- wanl. The pitchers who proved pow- erless to keep down the visitors' list of runs were Marquard, the acquisi- j tion from the Indianapolis Club wKb relicved from iho box in the fifth innings und Durham, whose first work in the box was of good quality. BIT MAN'S EAR OFF London, Ont.. Sept. Lo- vell, a young Englishman, waiter in the G. T. R. restaurant here was sent to jail for one year by a magistrate today for biting off the ear of Claude the proprietor of the res- taurant, who discharged him. NEWS OF TABER TOWN Sept. W. Long, agent of the freight departments, is the happiest mnn in town today as a result of his wife presenting him with a handsome daughter. Ban Hums arrived homo last night from Grnnvillo rind other points in North rinkntji. whero he went two but soon lost, its effectiveness ngo