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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                VOL WEDNESDAY MARCH It WAS HE CRAZY OR A REAL BURGLAR FdUw Ikeatad to Bold Up Bttk Manager at Haded March Advance tells the following Van manager of the Union Bank underwent an exciting experience last about 1 when a apparently both deaf and walked into the and demanded money or manager of the Or ion Mercantile was about to en ter the managers he was halted by the stranger who presented a paper upon which was written you tile manager of the bank 1 must see lie wrote the I must have money 1 am going to the replied and after through you can see The strangers actions were by no means reassuring and Scott found himself in the presence of Von Somerih be hurriedly mad known his The manager paled under the infor mation but acted with promptness Instructing the clerks to cover the suspect with their guns he approached the wicked and demanded of the stranger his business The man produced a sheet of paper on whicl was written 1 want money and must have You liUve no money posit replied the have money in I wan money or was the the firmness and tact o the backed up by the gun of eventually overawed the stranger and he quitted the Rink am disappeared in the affair tried to locate the bu and it is surmisedthe mar may have got away by jumping The whpgave his name a was about 35 years o dark coinplexior and was wearing a blanket coat of large check He carried new hand to th ROLLED INTO DITCH Yesterday afternoon the witching engine was rolled into ho ditch by a broken rail the The tender was thrown cross the track andtook good eal of time and labor to set it The local was unable o ZuloHhc city until ufter mid A coach was sent up to Ukc he baggage and mail the A TORONTO FXlLURE March firm f Evans wholesale Melinda assigned todjy with labilities of about andassets The firm carried lieir account with the Sovereign Hank nd to get one of the guar ntcejng banks to accept the account rought about the SECTIONMAN KILLED March Kast To onto section man named Alex An was killed an eastbound Grand Trunk freight near East rn avenue this One leg was cut off and his head badly HAP HAS LOTS OF JOBS TO FILL Pleriy of Openings Tor His Unemployed Supporters in New Brunswick PRINCE He Will the Atlantic in Lcndorrr Prince of Wales the Atlantic this summer wneirf to Canada for the Tercentenaryat Quebec on one of the largest of the liritihh cruisers and this will be accompanied by another cruiser as un The of the cruisers be preent to wel come the prince on his SUGAR GOES UP DECLARED TO BE ILLEGAL Governmet To Avhend Order Concerning Undesirables March v Owing to the decision of British Columbia courts sustuming the action of the steamship company ia refus ing to obey the order of the immi gration department to deport a num ber of Hindus brought out March final scene in the placing of the Ha zen government in control of the af fairs of New Brunswick was enacted tins afternoon when the oath of of fice was administered the executive eonncil The oath was ad ministered in the presence of Governor who arrived at noon from This afternoon rJie government had its first riio season will likely last all as there are 52 vacancies left over by the Robinson government for its successors to attend This list inr dudes a large number of offices which must be filled by the new ad ministration at It is likely the when the members of the Hazen government will seek re will ba held about April It is definitely settled that the House will not meet until Apiil V V New grades of refined were advanced ten cents a to STABBED A FOREMAN RESERVE FOR BUFFALO IN MONTANA SHOT A WHITE WOLF March Filz who was clerk for the Eddy at River return ed to this city with the skin of a white He mem ber of this rare species a few days go near River Demoyne where it had een caught in a The skin is sevent feet two inches in ength and one foot six inches Preparation for the Estab lishing of One Now Under Way Fow Traps Are Under Ari rest at Baf Pending an alien March A very serious affray occurred on The locomotive foreman at gan went to ther interior of the snowj his or her possession the sum of at shed at that mea evidently oE Ue ride waiting New March Announcement was made last night president of the American Bibon society or the completion of plans for the preserva tion of pure blood American bison apon u protected permanent national bisun twelve thousand eight hundred acres in extent on the Flat Head Indian Reservation in North western Hornadjy said he authorized by the society of which is president to give the Federal government a herd of twenty bison which upon the permanent range arc expected to increase in number to one thousand within the iife time of the men now President Roosevelt and Earl Grey are honorary officers of the American Bison each member cf which will now be asked to do his best to convince congress that the in Montana should purchased at or who has not a definite offer of for lhe next train The con hundred and fortysix the versation whichtook place between majority of whom arrived from the Foreman Aihs worth and the trcspas 0riant by the Monteaglc who sors nas not had been ordered deported because acts are they had not come directly by a con building four inches in length The other three carried the unfortun rite over to his quarters nnd an alarm being raised bunch of employees proceed to hunt up the They quicklj yet been published but rounded up the whole bunch and tin the quaitet at Banff were called time to warm in contravention of an order passage from the land of the shack and Amsworth who is oil requiring immigrants to come di rect from theirnative the Frank Oliver will introduce in the Commons a amending the 5ni migration net so thac tho cabinetincouncil has the their birth on AVIits 01 habeus were ordered to be deported imder dominion governments orderin equneil of 8Ui which was declared today by Clem an elderly was stabbed in the back near the shoulder blade on the right man who is charged with the act with an The injured together with the captured were brought downt Mr Ainsworth wis taken tr the Sanitarium and his wounds at to at The medical cpin ion in his case is that he is doin but is He well at present although nothing can 3n of The bill will pushed through par together only was a big jack knife SMUGGLING CHINAMEN Mc of Glace known as Cloudylw Dan was arretited McDonald was the owner of the schooner which was seized ome time ago by the customs ofli cials in connection with tlip smug gling into Canada from Newfoundland f tighteen MAN KILLED IN COLEMAN MINE TO VISIT CHINA Marcb United States battleship fleet will visit China well as Austialia and Japan and will be home on Washingtons birth Jay that President Roosevelt may xmicipate in the welcome before his retirement from office GILBERT DIED AT EDMONTON Old Man Who Was Found Guilty of Murder At Regina a Native of Nova Scotia and For merly of Lethbridge William an engineer on u donkey engine in the Interna tional Coal and Coke Companys mine at Coleman was instantly killed early Monday Anight by having the run over An inquest was held yesterday by and a verdict of Coroner Disney accidental death ly a years lw said its to complications which quite a ious character litimcnt as possible so as to put in force again the regulations now declared invalid by the The regulationswere especially de signed to prevent the Japanese Hawaii and of the Hindus who were beginning to conic in laigc mmilers via It is proliublc that the government will alarmed gaze of the continue in force for the rest of the bank looked as if it might the orderin council passed last tain He may have been a bad man pre pared to do much mischief but he was also a year giving immigrant agents auth ority to deport any immigrant over eighteen enrs of age coming to Ca nada before April without having in DOMINATED BY ROCKEFELLER AND MORGAN SENATOR LA FOLLETTE POINTS OUT CENTRALIZATION OF TRUST POWER IN THE UNITED SATESMORGAN AND ROCKEFELLER WORK TOGETHER AND SWALLOW UP SMALLER INTERESTS Washington Tarch as next after Morgan and the llock La today delivered in n of men who Senate his third in Ktallmenl of his speech on the Ald rich currency La Follcttc doclnrwl that his previous statement that the industries of the United States were controlled by lessthan one hundred men was too conserva tive and that in fact much smaller Association Formed Many Complaints Were Voiced 1VES ADDRESSED THE DOES REPRESENTATIVES AT COMMITTEE NIMMONS SAYS NORTH WARD IS DISGUSTED WITH FAILURE OF THE PAY ATTENTION TO ITS INTERESTSEXTENSION OF THE FIRE LIMITS March last chapter of a sad tragedy that had its opening nearly two years ago on a urm a few miles from Regina and its culmination in amurder trialbe fore the chief justice of Saskatchewan was enacted early ihirf morning at the Edmonton pen when Jcsiuh 75 years of age The crime for which Gilbert sentenced to life was Jio murder of Barrett Henderson in ho summer of 1906 on a farm about welvti miles m Render had jurchased Gilberts but later he old man regretted hisbargain and the time came for closing the d he refused to hand over the pro Henderson remonstrated and 3ilbert went intothe coni ng out with a shot gun discharged t at his the shot taking effect was brought in by the There was a terrible lacwation on the left side ofr his scalp being lit erally torn oft as though cut with a The body was brought to Lcth bridgc last night at the request of his Hobert from whose liome on Baroness Road the funeral takes place this afternoon at four of Knox Chinch His moth brothers and sisters are living at The deceased was A being a native of West and was twentjfour years months lie lived Lothbridge some time when he was in the employ of the bcntley and was well ami favorably known Six friends from About twenty citizens assembled at the Labor Hall night to dis HefrMTiug to the proposed improvjjof committeeis to discuss plans meats on the streets Tves j which be proposed to the coun thought tnat the taxes would A committees report may be amended by the council as a whole cuss the advisability Ratepayers spent Good streets Numerous questions affecting thccitys city as a whole or in nnrt were city something had to be done to the individual disadvantage oi fn in part were and uh should report be puhlish gas proposition on the IDavjd King was appointedto the chair and in a comprehensive speech explained the object of the meeting and the ninis and benefits of a Citi zens object of such a league was to nor should discuss matters and lay before the coxmcil its opin and if Priced be criticize hesaid were big opera of large powers and interests in thoir own Those men he have their bestihterestsriii working j harmoniously withMorgan and the j it will do the most Ivcs also spokeof the to be derived from a It IHI fire clepaflmcnt new necessary for the protection H This in woi 1 a new firo iO was explained fvcs at Asked bv Harold regarding the the jj a reporter does not write short he has great dimcnlty in reporting a meeting Be sidesT sometimes a man does not in tend to convoy the meaning hi words scorn to imply nnd the report is likely to get the ex Thus n man may b j Howard Case brought up the of a Standard La Follctte ar a ml added the was the streets and they would in better con gucd that the Aldrich would only today had nothiugVbecn done serve to stivngfncn great money Tf was to be put on powor of put year a capnhie engineer number ijf men dominate the indusI the failureof tha committee on finj Wfts to supervirvise the Along with this enormous injancc in havingbank m He was to pay three crease in has a stca the vaults throughout on tho dollar ir it were spent dy process of centralization in the jirj Toilette concluded his speech j control oiV that power until now the entire situation is dominated by the Standard Oil and com Tie declared fights between those two powers have been laid picture t with a strong appeal to thfc pro the meeting was thrown open the employment of unskilled labor in he Tves held that the civic mployees should be working and hould earn their If the ouncil had man in its if vork in his line was to and had spare time on his he hould do In preparingestimates MIVIves advocated alarge expcndi in which the value could be seea nstond of a small outlay that would be wiped out by the wind and Tves also spoke of the work of vnntct to know more A SCRAP AT 3 about projosel organization and its If citizens were entitled I to join wherein lay the advantage I After imbibing sufficient to council sllhcm fttl fellows WHS present and o sat 2 together tother Standard Oil got on the Great Northern Ore The Gould interests are being swallowed up by the Morse and Heinzo wore neatly pocketed during the rcent The smelter trust was given a drubbing and the same The Vanderbilts can no longer retain their important con trol and themselves sre the hand writing on the read several lists of cmhvnl finuncicrs to whom heac corded various dugrees of power in the control of He named at immediately proceed1 wf nsked the got into a general niixup on TIle hnrt1 his nieht land the police got the nfTnir disj organizations had been useful was found thnt an arm As the vrclfaro of by a leg of a stovp wield jthe city was tb object of both coun cd by John j cil the league could sug John is considcnxbly battered him1 self but doesnt know who is siblo for When he serves his j Fair criticism is more helpful than month he xviil lc liliertv to Tves condemn nnd amendments to the vestigate and TOMMY BURNS DEPOSIT March Tommy Burns deposited in connection with the proposed round contest between two of trie best Eng lish heavy weights to take place in Paris during ed the practice of writing to the Press over a nom do plume to emlurc a t of this during but his views were no changed The writer is us xmlly not in touch with all the facts oi tho lay o a Citizens where raat tcrs could IMJ thoroughly thrcshd r of co ct Ju Tvcs said that the ouncil would glad to sug jostions from the association which should be of the opinion o he majority oi its Asked committees being made He decided ihat no member of the Press be allowed to attend a commit tec meeting of His rea son for so doing was that the work BRITISH PREMIER GROWS WORSE HIS CONDITION CAUSE THE GRAVEST ANXIETY Sir Henry Campbell is ste ily growing The public todaj wovo given a guardod notification o the real gravity of his malady which up to the present time bad beei known t only n few Tin bulletin issued this morning says The Prime Minister had a night and a good sleep but he wa weak and his condition gives rise to much an old friend from ami John Ban and David accompanied the corpse to DIED ON THE TRAIN March a private broker here who was a trip to Belgium with his lied siulenlyon the train last night ier heart fail He was fortynine years of murderer upon his trial swore that hf was discharged by accident out little weight was given to his He was convicted despite the strenuous efforts of his were afterwards nucessful in having his sentence n the but Henderson was commuted to life ible to make his way off the premises Gilbert WMS taken to Edmonton to UK hailed a passing telling the put in the few remaining days of his Irivur that he was being pursued byeuithly existence and a short time Siibfrt who was going to kill afterwards his wife who had never Henderson WHS taken into recovered from the effects of the shock but expired a The NEWLAW IS NOT AIMED AT HINDU IMMIGRANTS NEW REGULATIONS IN REGARD TO IMMIGRATION NOT DIRECTED AGAINST ANY PARTICULAR THE PREMIER EX WHO REMARRY PLAINSDIVORCED PEOPLE March In the House this afternoon Sproule quotd c Canadian Associated Press despatcl from London to the effrct that Obcd f now London hiu regarding square ves said that council were try ng to ncijoiiaiO the transfer of the should be done with the square should he dccidid by a major ity of the The company would be glad lo deod the land over problem i stated in the course of an that it is not thu intention of the to keep out any but ih worst class of askcf thj miniriter of the interior to sa whfthpr or not Smith had correct ly stated the attitude of the depart ijut on conditions lnj did notmc11 One condition however will Lo that it shall not be broken The company had not received the title to tho property until about three weeks ago and were as surpris ed as the council wrre that they re ceived pavement posein the city done thought that a cinder well serve the pur if the work were This made good strett small cost and would do until he was in a position to do something Uiichio thought it that property which to have given o the city in 1885 shodld be All the more so in view of ihe fact that the Coun cil had gone to considerable expense in improving iK thought a would act as a safety valve for the Oliver said tliat it would to b assunicd that bar1 been misquoted as a docs not correctly represent the pol icy of the department to assisted immigrants of which wa Foster drew tte attention oJ prime minisUr to a despatch froir tiie Pacific Ciast telling of a meotinp of Hindus at which a cabli to 1v sent to the John the treatment the Hindus arc receiving in Ho thought the matter is exciting a great deal of interest out side of Caiuda and the premier should make i statctnent of the position of the government in rfspect to the The premier said that the mattir immira ioree thf steamship companies to undesirables the JJul of thrir In were framed which provided that immigrantsmusthave i through passnpe from the country o The now reg which were put in force are iot directed against the Hindus but igainst all The Hinduf io not receiving worse treatment fit her Horden if difference how long Tjm hapened to be in the The premier said that looked Ho repeuiod Hat the regulations to all nu lonalities and thnt unfair treatment vas not being accordedto the Hin Senator MacdonuM of British Uol mhia in the npnor House pave notice againsttiur purchase government supplies throuirli for the Ser it made an o over it moved the seeond reading of an act respecting cooper atimi explaining thnt it wiis to nu thinze the people to mu mnl pointed out thnt in England nnd other farmors And other elassos orgnnizod societifs trith brneHt to them was easily Th ion laws provided forthe f all undesirable and incmiblo inv Kickers and 0 S Some time nqo it was found in the speech m the evening he ad that tho people were vocated the 01 the residents of j tQ fr m Continued on Back lrj of thcir birlh but from countrios and it was found impossil Sinitor Clririin introduced a bill to restrict evils of It declares tint Arsons who have boon ly may not marry aj m Canada and if they mamabi shall consideretl the bill gucn its first   

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