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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                v MARCH PENSION FOR COLLIERY MEN LegbbtiM lotri Nova Scotia HARTWICK WAS INSANE Man Charged with Murdtr of Hit Wtft March James charged with the murder of his aged on February was Justice Rid del case was itiken from the The case had been in progress only forty minutes uml only the preliminary evidence of the jaUijhysicians and who arrested Hartwick was Hartwick was insane at the time of Iiis horrible and you can see hat he is just as insane said Justice Riddell to the jury explaining his March iion in advance existing in Canada has been again undertaken by Nova by bill introduced by Premier Murray providing for pen sions for a good colliery workers in accordance with the old age com missions KAISER WONT HILL HEALTH Sn Henry CampbsllBiwperinan passed a restful bulletin issued that the pa tient weakness but says that otherwise Ji is condition is REGINA liAKt CHOSEN Drum mom of appointed superintendent mndCinanager of the sales local growers BOY EATEN BY RAVENOUS WIVES JOHNSON IS A CANDIDATE of Minnesota After the Dem ocratic Presidential Nomina tion Mixrch Writing from MICHIGAN TOWN WIPED OUT Grand March rfjlf the busines section of Middle twenty miles south east of here by fire early 4hirteen business four barns jnd two houses were Fam ilies living above several stores were Iriven out in their night The Ofes is about As States Ambassador SIFTON VERY ILL Walter Wellman says in to days RecordHerald John is a candidatefor nomina lion oi the Licniocratic IFe authorizes me to makethis statement lie is some thing less thun an diitc in that he is not making make no systeimvt xlToVt lo secure Ihe llo is something more than candidate in a quiet and dig nified way he and his friends arc look ing lifter his and 1ecause the governor and his Friends will control the delegation from this state lo the Denver and Min nesota substantially a unani mous voice will present her candi the man who can win at the to the national authorized this announcement to lie made localise 1 pointed out to him that almost ery where the country great uncer tainty exists as to his present atti tude and future March Clifford Sifton and Pre 41 niier of arrived here last night from Sifton is here to see his the ic who is seriously ill March Ger man government has declined to re ceive Hill in the capacity of Ambassador to suceeeed Char emagrie whose resignation las been tendered to take effect upon the qualification of his Hill is at present minister to the Higue and was firfat assist ant secretary of state under the ad ministration of Secretary The objection Hill is purely personal to Emperor The emperors objection is connected with the visit to America several yearVago of his Prince Henryr the ranking admiral of the German Hill at thattime was first as sistant secretary state and ncces sarily brought into tact with the distinguished foreign bat Just what he did or jdid not to cause offense is not known FRANKOLIVERS March I barris ter was al the Con servative conventim yeterday to contest Fed cral district opposition to Frank Oliver minister of the Hyndmnn is a naii of f Edward of Sir Louis of he su preme court bench at OPPOSITE GIVES Terrible Story Cones From the MkiKsoU Boundary Line CLACK HAND IN Italian Trying to Extort Monty from Wife of StnitoiForgat March For some time Madame wife of Senator has been receiving letters suggesting that black hand of Silician fame requiring a sum of and that if prompt payment svas not death would The attempter at black mail aimed high and this resulted in the task of collection being all the more The case was immediately plsccd in the hands of detectives with the result that a man who is known as Ive an has bien placed under He come up tomorrow for STIli TALKING OVER THE BUDGET Mofcrs Talk Elects On Fanners W Boles Account March despatch from Fort says that American settlers living up tho Big Fork river opposite the Canadian report that a nine year old boy who was kopt in after school and did not start for home until after killed and eaten by tim ber anx ious started out to search for him with a lantern and was horrified to find shreds of his clothing and her sons bootswith hU feetfrozen still in The rest ofHhv little lads body hi id been devoured by he beasts which have been unusu illv darins and savage this SMOKE CIGARETTES March growth of cigarette smoking in the British army beginning to disquiet the higher of whose report indicates thit the health of tho men is being seriously impaired by the indulgence in this GUSHING GOES TO MONTREAL TO MAKE OFFER FOR BELL SYSTEM Allied Berth Scan dai Has Beet Abandoned by CitstfYatives UNIONIST WON LIBERAL SEAT March a Londui by He succeds the Lib r TWO ITALIANS KILLED March Another terrible dynamite ac cident occurred at McDou galls north of Dryden mi the Grand Trunk Pacific construction work by which two Italians were killed and another dangerously wound Covernment Has Made Careful Inspection oi Lines In Alberta Prepared To Buy Oi Corporation At a Reasonable Price offer willshortly be made on behalf FIRE I March leaf tobacco warehoused Hamilton at Fourth and Bakawell was destroyed by fire early en tailing a loss estimated at The fire is thought to have been of incendiary Five residences and asaloon werealso TWENTY SIX CAME TO STAY Albertagovernment to pur theplarit of Bell Telephone Company is under Uood that Pushing jiinister of public now on lis way east and will meet General Sizeof the Bellcompany in to make a definite proposal the In spite of the lack of cooperation by the Bellcompany the experts of Alberta government have jnade i careful inventory of the Bell plant the province and have reported on the exact conditions tlie line in Prei 3iier of Albertagovern March en quiry into the allegetl timber berth scandal has by the This mornings evidence wasmore Ames could of nil kinds of obstructionr detcr muicflly resistwl taking of evi dence of those to know all about this could bu lone no longer and the Anies bubble not only entirely dis appeurwl FREIGHT RATES ON BEEN REDUCED BY EXPRESS Important Announcement of Interest To Western Canada Benefits Fruit Growers in the Vicinity of Spokane Very Considerable Saving March rates considerably Kerr the Best Booster For Southern Alberta In the City nerit at a hte hour last the remier stated that he on his oad to Okotoks at the invitation of She Liberals in and expect ed to address a meeting As Jready indicated in his budget jpeech the registr3r office in Calgary to at a cost of and a court house costing Asked as to the visit of Gushing to the Premier Ru therford said that while all that was stated might hotbe quite the minister of public works had certain ly gone with a view to making a if possible with the Bell Tele MORE AMERICANS THANEVER und rates considerably uuiMe u shipping Iwxxes each have liftjiocsttibljshcrt by I BIG INCREASE IN IMMIGRATION FROM ACROSS DER The line has been phone company for the purchase of iound to bein good condition and Gushing in making an will lavethe exact valuation of the plant it companys in Ifwe can obtain the plant at any thing like a reasonable we are prepared to buy concluded Rutherford on the March into for January Febru ary from the United States shows nn iiicrease of 61 per as compared with month last but immigration through ocean ports and February shows a de crease of 56 per For eleven president of the Kcrr arrived at Xethbridgc today with the companys special car Keir made the following state ment tothe UcraW representative There 29 people on our catcoming and of them bought oneway ticketswhich means they arc coming to agents write from all over that the indications are To n better business and a heavier im migration Sunny Southern Our the EDMONTONS TROUBLE imposing IcputatLn of citizens front Norwood the chamber at tKe meeting of the city council Tuesday evening in support of pe tition calling for the immediate re noval of the house of ill fame in the wrth end of the Another pe ition dealing with this matter was It was in that the ity authorities should make fort to change the conditions lxrta than the past We four lecturers and two stcrcopticon machines nnd movingpicture vnA TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Elvy the three year old son of Duncan a farmer of while playing with another child on the banks of the SouriS riverj fe41 into the water and was The retail merchants of Western Canada has organized a mutual fireinsurance which will be operated for the bene fitof members of the association in months ending with to tal immigration into Canada was compared with for the same period a year Total arri vals at ocean p nts 194 I against fur eleven lending February Arrivals from the United States were com with lat i saving on eueh 100 u fruit grower is day j Another is the Western Company fromSporate to whichis kune to of British i is now To Winni niul Sius amj other 3Iauiloha points the ant tliis will open a mtc is ixnd to Saskatchewan field i or growers in this part of the t ih In the other provinces of there SK a different rale for almost superintendent of the western every L who in Spokane re almost impossible for the made this announcement Spokane commissionmen to do job Ft is my belief that the coming Canadian cities in competition jseason will joe large quantities of all with last but now vinds of fruit shipped from here to they will have an lower rate ompelc withthat from JLhat so that f elievc rom which a large roportion of are planning a business cam ruit been shipped in former paign in the neur ll means As the orchards nnd fields in much to wholesale the Spokane country are so tor i Ms like adding an cn I beliwve the fnitt growersorrnous territoo to the Ein andranchers could compete with the Pacillc llarch the house met today Bole of Winnipeg inadc a personal explanation in con nection with the government contract sacureti by his drug The am ount was and the purchase was made for penitentiary t have said before I entered parliament or asked this or any government for patron This is tlie first I have heard of the purchase and it must have been solicited by some of theofficers of government or the business would not have been The con tract was first referred to by Conser vative memlxirs during the discussion of the estimates on Tuesday A statement was made by the Pre mier in respect to the cost of the Quebec The cost to 1908 in cluding the Chaudiiirc bridge and railway approaches he said had been to which is to be added interest from on ad vances for which the bonds of the company were Le half a The budget debate was continued by Liberal of South who reviewed in some detail what he claimed had od for the farmers of Canada by the Liberal Cold storage he claimed particular ly as achievement of the Liberal He dciended the fruit marks act and the purchase of lloss Lake of QuAppclle He saFd a man on the street would luybtified by the budget On the one haiiL there is the state ment that the government had plusof and on the oth that when the govcrninent assist in movingthe western the finance minister Had money to that amount abovu the gold It Continued on Back AIRSHIP IN CALGARY Big Attraction Booked for the Domin ion Exhibition in July NEW BANK FOR THE WEST it against The new rate will make a grent new rate that wehave is on ice and it to en difference in the cost of shipping fruit j courage the shipping of that commo and and in all cases it ditv by express to outside means a greatreduction over the regjWe find by tests the cream made lilar which we used last 1 here will up in Folid shape 3ti tho rate to TUgh hours improperly and have last year on special rates to all ponts with was Tnder the new scale of in Hfi hours run of Spokane March Mapa ger of the Dominion yesterday booked an attraction for Saskatchewan and thc iorilinion Fair which will not on John afanner living two ly be the first of kind to be shown eyes and sinned POLITICIANS SCRAP Rioting Marked Gathring at House of Representatives in Ten nessee March Republicans oi Tennessee assembled this morning for a state convention Thid etition was by some miles north of Pine Wood was found jn but thr in the They included a number if prominent the petition dead in bed in Wards hotel at Win nipeg tins He had been drinking heavily the last the and movingpictura j and getting large crowds wherever UKlecturers In tions or where hftfj leen getting people for the two Southern Alberta is iecommg vcr well Our ijjihbriagc j that there are a great many settlers moving LIFE AS EBBED WHO WA JffOr OF nnd that seldom been seen in either Europe this isthe flight of an and of all the attractions that the man agemeni this event will un doubtedly attract the attention ofthe vast numbers who attend the well as a tremendous drawingcard Sail over the Dominion of the great inventor hai been working on his machine for has now got to stage where he has shown nt the fairs to ri t iti th House Tn the list casualties is Farmers Bank With Increased Capital Will Open Lot of Branches Sanders of the executive committee While he suffered no real ht a sorry appearance when he emerged from the struggle be tvetjn the two one supporting live interests of Congressman the other of the fonner commissioner of Clay j The convention adopted a motion that dolegijtos to the national conJ vention go Rorscvelt in the number of prominent bnaines nuin and financieis connected with the Bmk of Columbia1 finnnciers havn subscribed for the unsubscribed stock i the Farmers Bank with a view to iaking the Utter one of the big banks the A chVmer has been se for the Ksmk of Winnipeg but ind not been The buying p of the stock the Hunk by thrse behind the of will bring the sub capital of the Farmers Bnnk to Five directors will i nimed from thr West nnd the wil go to a Wfitorn man A bninch will be at within a few nonths and later on branches in the citits through to SENSATION IN BETERBORO A HIMSELF W davbv a died bout midnight to whom we hnye sold into the Warner There is not a but what a of night a few minutes carloads of immigrant effects mz from the anaes 13S3 serving as the le was shot last at Tokio Then he served as Arhen an operation was pcrfoTmcd iarly in Doath was due conftdential advisor nnd counsel for Ihc Japanese legation in this city and enjoyed the confidence Count When thotroubles arosein tlie far Stevens was consult ed frequently and was called to Tokio and hurried toSeoul to fill the post of the guaranteeing a lean the employ of orean CARNEGIE TO HELP CALGARY March Car negifr has intimated by correspond the city thbvhc is SW 000 for a library in Cal White Stevens who dico provided that ihe city will give ur San Francisco last night was Stevens had was aintehaiice The tunung here for a fortnights vacaJ evidence by bestowal on him of o annually of confidential agent of the Japanese regime in the hermit The appreciation the Japanese Stevens had was ILLINOIS REPUBLICANS March Illinois will be called to order tomorrow in static convention to adopt a platform and elect gates at larpe The platform as outlined willendorse Speaker for the presidency and favor an ad jnstment of the AN IMPORTANT CASE Before Winter this Ivcs for Oliver and Brodic Stafford moved for t allowance of the leins of his clients against the Hospital erected the tor March county jail last night by stabi the city of to the oxciu was of preat excitement hvjbing himself with the same pin thafjsion of all othor orders ami assipn the police court this morning j he used Hois orpninc Idns of his George Sheppard was sentenced and a Heclients wentho only loins against two years in Kinpsion was arrested in Port Hope scveriiVj the on the national con roughly j J eitnrpc of quietly while Sheppard j weeks ago and is wanted on resented Stafford to whom chrtrges in Trenton and the company nvsiprned an order on Drmible pronounced sontenct1 and as i he he sprang to his a sixteen year old of fell a distance i ir nt Stevens had lived honorarium o tne lW there will vdth tlme sisters library worthy of the city in a very Stevens was in the United States dip Horary service for ten years until short and decoration of the third class order of the Rising Sun and the of Sacred of fifty feet while trying a coon out of a tree with the result that both hia arms were broken and he is now in a critical condition as a result of internal a brass pin and rapidly stab red himself three or four times over the The chief of police and several constables grabbed Sheppnrd Ynd wrested the pin from called and statod that VOTE FOR BRYAN the Bounds although there was danger of bloxl Instruction Given to the Democrats of North Dakota j J March resolution of the Democratic convtfn this afternron to in the city for the balance due on tho Arcrrnent hoard anfl the court adjourned that particulars may be furnished hy Olivor and Tlick Slieppard confessed to the doctor thai trnct the delegates lenver he attempted to suicide in j convention to vote for B1G SHORTAGE shortajrcof Duncan bookkwper for he cattle firm of McDonald a warrant for whose arrest was issued is now placed at   

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