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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III. LethbHdge, Mta., Wednesday, September: Number 244. THE Big the Splendid Horses Exceptionally Good Good Sporting p All Reports Double Pincher '-an- -tempting; description .nual agricultural exhibition ..was .held .fair grounds, here today and :jhis- morning under -.vary favor: auspices with-'respect Jbry. roads, and; a dry tracK" followed of bracing winds --which ..characterised local- ity during-the past early hour'in the; morning some 'of es from the, country, could be seen, their training" in-'pentuift- an ances REASON' THE V WATER IS MUDDY The dam -was cut and the new wells and conduit at.the power and "pumping .--'plant' tnrown. intov-use- yesterday. The water probably be muddy' for a day or tiwo.'as a result "of .the operations, until the dislodged soil is settled. NEWYORK1S pastry, etc.', 'while the. number, of .miscellaneous As would do credit to" even, a -'-ciiy tbe size of -The ;is ;this '.'oi -the 'fair; was ;We attraction '.with attention ana" prizes! offered to school coming, into town from all ..directions, .and' .whether, contained exhibi- "aii- seemed'.'but -for: a- day's '.enjpyment.- -As corresporide_at in a. membership. b! since- last .yearj and "it I isy. equally pleasing, on "give1; the. further .intelli- ;gence ttoat, the .number of exhibits this year nearly- doubled -as, "well. weather'1 was one'pf..the most important items on program, the- temperature ie-' ong that of a cool ;s'ummsr's" day. the. the a'-mile, when exhibits didinbt ..take, placerin the fore j "him, but-in, doing so noon as-is-usually the with the race.-'.Meanwhile7. ac-jhiu'-feeen-third man -.ail .'countit two.o'clock suddenly. enKvehed'.Tiisvpace, shin an-d, It was about four p' jv'feyents.-got of them .was .attended'.with much excitement and no iittleVenjoyment" by. .the crowd. in.; attendance. The sports race, of: 100 yard dash-; Tucker coming form with Fowler Jonas, came '.in; King Three: enter- race, Jonas -Clemcuts Boyce, gat ed tfe and "maintained -it :ior ;.neai- iSDme-.of them; w'we opeu "to inspection of- "the-, every ..of was of a -highly .creditable in its own partieu- -lar class.. .The house exhibits were -or an ex- .ceptionally -good character, the same in. 'a large .'measure.may be said -the. cattle- and swine.; a -limited nismber. -r.l i-'oii. Livfex' There .was shown, "but a1 ".'sptendid. tent-. made. a suitable, of as .well as -der also ex- Ck0jce while-'within .a quarter of -a from and 'won of the- crowd- Lady, -Shallow rand-JrKBan .'were the horses' textile- pony Chorus. 2nd. ;1.IV pony. race and r Tip the.: track events.' While the -race were in; pro- gress .scrub teams -''cH-. 'ik German Flats -a -fopt-: ball goals for Pincher. Creek- -attendance ;lairwas es- ANDERSON STaiing Men Threatciicd With Prosecution For Perjury ,_ Goderich; Ont., Sspt. featurs Edmonton; Sept .-Cisiiadian of the inquest tonight into the death j hiin- of Lizzie the murdered" girl, was the confiiciing" stories told by the members of Jardine fam- ily, one of, whom, aged 22 years, seen-.with -the girl at the oa the evening of disappearance., Two o? the boys warned'-to keep to .the trutli threatened with prosecution for per- The inquest was adjourned until Wednesday, Oct. the evidence. clred strong, visited today. were given a, .trip around the city -in street cars and ,'lat-er: In au- tomobiles, were, giv- a civic reception this" President Rowley, made scae re- marks" on free trade .when- of the Andersons ana had been heard. The postinprten was made today, "but "a..report "was not) submitted to the; jury. A heavy clot comm of blood Avas found iiiside the skull ed: "I am for ...said he. ".frotection not oVly.iri pro- tection of natural -We want protection for our fisheries-.- our tim- Possibilities of Candidates foir. trie Gubernatorial: Offices GAYNOR REFUSES Both Parties at Sea as to Candidates-Names 3 ioned Convention Sara Roosevelt '.was elected- "teni porary. chairman; of, the Republican "this -be- fore the" -roll was "completed.; .Republican Saratoga; Sept. 28 Hair vey D." Hinman, of Binghampton-; "au- thor of -.The Hinman-G-reen Dii'ect Nomination- Bill appeared Ho -be slat-: ed'fpr Rep ublican1.-.- gubernatorial; nomination when the'.. confer are .in. .rose ing after -their long- Col.1 Roosevelt-, admitted tfia-t'-lie; a biit he-, was; very careful. not- .to -tell what his Will Open Farming ess USE- BUTTON tensve rarations for of the :brs -will Every- thing. -for the Interna- .tional-. Dry." Congress, .which d in. ;the 3' to'' 6, grains, grasses -iriiits'.'at the Spokane i air 'grounds, Oc- tober, Taft will formally: 'Open by .press- SH1FP! A PATIENTS-TO AMERICA .j. ad- A from Italy assert that iniestea' districi' vlia.t.; coun- A einbarbed "tJenoia. for America, their orig- iial; starting -plac-3 being ecu-: Took Money F Road p. .V -v i ing .in the House at o'clock time) th 6f October; 3.'" Judging -at the -October 1, it is, expected .the ioard of awards-, headed Professor Cqates P. of .-.Minnesota; will, announce the. competitions for. to in'premiums '-the inlrom, this "door.' A; John; of -the'or- unces" there will he STORY QKFHE CRIME Brutal Treatment by die Mail -Responsible Sept; or a--'-recommendation to .yerdict -returned' at the'' assizes here ;this- afternoon at .-the of Mafy: Dol- 45_accredit- of ed-- foreign coun- :.the before'SIr.- of them will J side-bf...the more.. j. woie'n men' were i three Tdollarsr .-in; it, "himself irbm ,'a-cut a cracked to. the- police-station 'and. reported, the i airair: when Presi- dent .the dry. farm- ers the. This will Justice Brittpn ;'and a jury was ed "Mll-ed 'her illegitimate child. one .-many notably because it of interna- 1 involved charge' not only 'tionaL -airs :by and against oi 'the but afterward- alspl-against" a iran who- was alleged man 'of r'and.-. local {'..to.'.beSthe father, keep li .present .theVpre- I poolroom-: in.' and.-; a board.- of to their" tionv State'. -'Senator-. was; the mo'st" talked man" for. iieutefian.t- Three of the state ticket "are'.said.-to .be -fyvCthat-' Frank "of Idaho', j farmer at" Up'tergrbveda Simcoe coun- .president of., the" will have_charge; of. the convention. slated for- renewal: Mallery, Samtielr. Koenig, secretary of ..state, a'nd; Frank' .Williams, -states' engineer! Saratoga, Sept. 28 Political cur- rent this :mprriing caused a nibbing oft of the proposed gubernational "slate, Harvey D. Hinman and" J. "Maybe" w- Wainwright and wlien the conferences who afe fixing up the -met be- fore the convention iu was 'discovered that the former --United, States District Attorney. Henry. Stimson, of New York, had. developed "siding.- j. mamed" .manVwith: two he, typical', was -later', arrested const. who his .clothes-and; one '.hand." He'.was.Jtak; en: to" "the r'.'ippiicei oiately'; identified as .the man .who Jjater uiarance...Waiters; "by .Const. .Belgian.; restaurant''-an tified- as, 'At tie While; she" was- still a -girl "she. adev acquaintance "of, Thomas; '-'Me-'. the world's i.jSjiily-, kept a- tavern-, in advocates--vf -ory. including intimacy develop- practicai and experts' ed-which in "the districts. on are on the addresses.-orders" abandoned "in Buf- They will" deal with the progress-and i falo-V problems 'of dry farming as" presented j .-The intimacjr McNully was re-' in different parts of the in! S'Uic.ed' in, the of 1S09. Miss" Bolan there will be a series of in- j again found herself in a Delicate con- stitute meetings, under the direction On informing- McNully of-the who will answer he took her to -questions relating to modern-tillage Orilliaw wiere, yielding to her sug- in the so-called dry. land districts, gestion.'she took up her quarters in a Other features are practical demon-j hayloft ab'oye at the Great strations of good road building, un-.j Central Hotel. remained der .the direction of -the Spokane j for a, ,f.our months, broken Screased stren-th and' appeared County 'Good Rtads association, and j visits to Toronto, virtuallv a increased strength and appeared -at, 'oer limits and our resources. Vve do not 'want a. lot- in here and m-onopolizing "We want theni" "Ourselves. at the forehe'ad, caused, the doctors bielievc, by a heavy blow. A very straight, story was tffld by Mame ,Spn.tioor. the "'who has been suspicion, and" opinion is -.-growing thai he is guiltless. It is that a lo'-al man is. uhdci" and he will ic call-, j .fed upon within the next twenty-tour hours to explain hi.v movements night of the '20th, Bloodstained Slarjket tho Goclerich, Sept. -Detective Gray A tariff is necessary for 'the of ttie -country. It classes. If the s .all hink to reach him .by long, distancevtelc- phone. Gay nor Refuses not, tbey do not knoie- the meaning of the -word. Do the farmers the saarKet open the agri- cultural products Why it is At any'rate, s. tariff is necessary for the manufacturing com- munity. When factories' shut down, tnen 'farms have to ibe mpngased. It may not be very pc.litif'-ao say.'that, out nevertheless it is frozen, naRed, unadulterated Is following the clue of a mood-stained -blanket- its a. lo- ,-cal livery stable. ,-rJ.t is stated that it was left there by aiioflerich agent at .the request of a sis-anger the nigrtst j :of Lizzie Anderson's-murder, Thei report of the post mortem will be presented October 5th. -Little light was tllrown upon the circumstances surrounding the .girl's disappearance by. the members of the'family who tes-tined" today. Another Suspect London, Sept. Horsey, who gives his address as Baltimore, MQ., was arrested yesterday near liy-de Park 'by county officers on a cnarge of vagrancy and is held as a the couple- left" on the "eastbounri possible suspect for the murder of Lizzie at. Goderich. He a diary. Ip.wbtch1 the following entry wa's "rGood hye, dear J COMMENCE 'ANEW Mr. and Mrs. Wolli Decide to Start Over and Leave For Wihsiipeg Greaf, Falls. differcn i ces existing between Mr. and Mrs. j Wolff were settled in n New York, Sept. man today made public a letter from Mayor Gaynor in which the mayor asks Creelman to make it plain; that (Continued on page mceting of railroa.d officiaiSi prisoner in. a place worse than a cell, Berlin, greater; violence th-an --that nignt ciiaracterized collisions- be- tween the -police and evening. Many were injured on bbtii sides. TQe''district presented ,the as-. pect of a besieged city. Thousands of strikers and their sympathizers ga-. tnered in the streets as. soon as dark- ness feu. A strong force of -police, numbering one hundred .mounted and cjpal .business thoroughfare, vnll- be a her there .for" company. 'meals jJive hundred -afoot, armed, with re- blaze of light and every building will she had were conveyed'to her secret- I volyeVs and swords, were stationed at the moment- to the strongest can- didate ;ior the LloydVC.-. Griscom .said that a majority "bt; 'those in conference were apparently, for Mr. Stimson, but that, would not be finally determined until' later in the-day. Two sessions of the-conven- tion seem likely .today." The division of the the progressives say, will probably, take a major..' portion of the '.day, which it may" he' neces- sary to adjourn for a night session." Between sessions the 'gubernatorial, slate will be fixed. If is further sta't 'ed that an effort will he.made to hax-e Senator Hinman as a candidate for" T, African in fo -Governor. Leaders" are trvingJJJS- ine .argest American nag m to him hv.lni.ir world will cross the intersection board elsewhere Fmallv she went j ercise severe measures and to use vicle for a raiment 0? infantry or Riverside avenue and Howard St., to Toronto and'the'child was born L, o. where will be suspended a mammoth i there: Then acting again on McNul- swoias. Liberty bell, composed, of in-j ly's- orders she -took the child directors of experiment stations i with not a .stick of furniture, with- Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Mon-lout stove' and- with only a couple ;tana and, other states to- discuss of" horse-blankets lor a bedV The hay- means of interesting 'ranchers in i loft was: open, to all the winds that raising hogs for the western markets. blew, snow finding its way through .Extensive preparations have been; the crevices and there, in her driteat-e .made by the local board- of> control condition the poor, girl lay concealed for ,the reception and entertainment during the coldest period "of winter; of the foreign representatives, officials stealing put- unobserved the .of ..the congress, speakers and dele- day and returning to her lair at dark gates and visiting and. local n-ewspa- i with not even the man who per men. Riverside avenue, the prin- had, according to. her evidence, placed To Be Bwilt Qnpe Will Qpst 'Jfcft Komontpn, Sept. Colonel I' .wars, commanding Edmontpn7 jias received; -an commumcation- from the militia stating- that as' as a suitable "ernment will erect armory- Here to ;cost. not As a result tne city lor the obtaining site are .now taldng 'an, Tne building' win toe tne armory at Peterborb, De of brick with stone" trimmings and: will -be two hundred, feet and-, with flags, baiinefs-and bun-t-jiy by', McNully, she said, refused various quarters. They -were under -cnree .Hundred feet in' denth ''-The orders from, the commissioner to ex- armory -will be .to...pro-; candescent electric Jamps. JHawlceston, -gtraagicd it with her There will be a series' of .banquets, i handkerchief and dropped it from a automobile trips and theater parties I railway bridge across the Narrows s _ j i. _ ___ ____ J _pji- into the l for the entertainment of the visitors, 'and, in addition, officials of the 'Spo- kane chamber 01 commerce, headed by Charles M: Fassett, will entertain the newspaper writers at'a bc-ar-steak and game dinner at Hay'den .Lake, in the heart of the national- forest reser vation in northern Idaho. The trip will be made on a ing Spokane shortly after 4 o'clock the afternoon of October 5, to give the visitors an opportunity to see j the orchard districts" in the. tj3ere an acreage of valley. The committee in charge is wmrer wttea-t sown in the-district, at WILL FIGHT BETTER RATES Vancouver, Sept. The Vancou- ver Board of Trade at a. special meet ing tonight formed the first business men's Wureau of transportation in and vv. oF the" Alberta' stead of stril-nng with' the "flat 'sides. 'I'iie rioters about nine o'clock in the evening began the trouble, which in: created as night advanced.. Ex-cited men and women dsshcd'.fr'om place to place smasnjng street lamps and 'the windows of stores. "Several. "stores were sacked of valuable contents, but tne tradesmen for the most part had taken the precaution of lowering the iron shutters and- thus preventing ex- tensive damage. imeht of cavalry, a battary iery, array service corps and corps "bf guides. HOMESTEADER SHOT .ON composed of officers of the chamber j of commerce and representatives fifty per cent, greater than the 1 sewn last year is the opinion ot" ntis Coumia. Provision i was mo71thiv publications in Spokane. Ar-ties Co. The wheat cHat made tor the admission- of other j rangcm-cnts have ieen made for 150 i sown too he savkis 1S comi bas been boards of Trade in the province, who! arc willing and ready to assist in the fight, now .'under "wav for better Colorado, weather for r.aHfArn: A 1T, California and the water -wheat than what Alberta has ner last evening at jail and through train for their home, hear Winnipeg, Canada, in company with their two children. It will be remembered that Mrs. was arrested in. Grea't.Falls sev eral days ago on of .elop- ing trnm Winnipeg, with Frank WESTERNERS GET DEGREES [alarm hand. "Both were ap'prebend- Kings ton, Sept .those cd in this city. awarded tlie degree of B." at' Lapp is still confined In the city yueens University ire: G F and wil1 held awaitiaR land.-'Redvors j telegraphic orders from-Washington, W.nv'or T vu 'wiiceVi'i o V' "D. C., when he -will be deported, he TT'ini; f Ana'; 1 being an alien and in this countrv un- 0-. K. l.ench, MiJwpod, 'Man lawfully. of the would be impossible to have, 'i'lie Alberta Securities Company, he A GOOD CROPS AT MACLEOD One Farmer Averagecl Busbels Per E. 0. Wintcnutc, A, Hat ton, W: tion was also of a traffic officer or expert on freight rates on whom will devolve the work of, outlining, the board's position be- fore the railway commission. HUDSON'S BAY CO. TO GO 1NTO.MAIL ORDER.3USINESS London, .Sept, Bur- Dridge says he intends to take roa's stores a. model for the Hud- son's Bay company's shops in Can- ada. He Torsees great future in .Canada for the system of shopping by DOE? orado Springs claims it has arid n to its --______ boosters of San the city and "are jMttng in more j mers frora 'the Maclcod district, spcn their strength will come from all j just -as fast as seven drilfs can get I yesterday in .city proving up on homesteads and taking in the lias Sept the head by, a bullet a. calibre rifle, his liana, the body Uastieyi.'ie '-was. table in Ms s-ha-ck" body was found -shortly' before noon by a casual caller at-the .shack where' Mann lived alone. Pie had .been! spondent. ever since receiving -a let- ter from his parents in the Father- land over a week ago. Calgary, A Ha., i will have all Canada- and several states in the Northwest. NOVA SCOTIA PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION OPENING TWO LABORERS KILLED IN WATERWORKS TRENCH vvey-burn. Sask., Sept. vorra and George Zciter, German -Iz.- oorers v.-ere working in a fourteen: foot trench near tho waterworks to- day when the 'bank caved iu and -bur- ied inem. When dug out Cavorra -vvas round to have beer, instantly-killed, 'a large mass of earth crushing his and breaking his neck "as he stooped at 'work. was standing FORT WILL NOT SELL RESERVATION victoria, B. C.', -Sept.' In- dians Sept. 28. The Provincial have -relused to sanction the proposed opened today and continues [surrender-; of.' their reservation at the to Lieutenant Governor Praser's death' ments .for tovvnsite and divisional lo- sights. Mr. WinU'nutc says supplied tlie of Trade upright, his chest being crashed and with thr: sample sheaf of wheat to terrible injuries internally. Hopes arc be shown at the Dry Farming Con-i entertained'for bis recovery. The men _ fif 1 to ffrCJSS. J'JIT Sinj-'AviU jit-i f k. "---w tv inches in length. Ris farm js, enve-in happened. There will be