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   Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta                                ONIVERSinOF Mil New b Belfast OK ilarch Secretary of introduced his Ir ihh Univcisity Bill in the House of Commons There a full attendance of members and a large number of visitors crowded cthe gal The ccntrnl Ihr reHs project is to found by a real charter two new in Ire hcadquaiters in Dublin ami The secretaryexplained that the Dublin University would be com of Cork and existvalready and the third college to MC Th pxPTirtfr Queens at Bel constitute the proposetl newnorthern university which pos sibly will be called the University of Opinion at present is divid ed as to whether to call the Dublin seat of learning Patricks Univpr sityor the University of SIFTON IN THE CABINET BMJTItH MCMIERr HEALTH April bulletin thia moming refardinf Uiie coa ditiori vol Premier Sir Henry Carop fbllowg minuter good condition is more KILLED LITTLE OlftL April a number were crowing the ditch 1 Xaruiouth one IUUM ed was loading a gun when it wag accdentiilly The ball passed through the wall of Nel aiul struck 1m littlenine year lied during the A f nrriT i niivo AIIT TUP i ALBERTA BUnOUT THE BELL GETS isfjjiiFOR ooo t r y Gushing Declares It Is Better Bargain Than Was Made By the Manitoba Bell People Wanted lr l Udnal wbraeu night resolved bring before auxiliar ieb the vneed for check Uj t ng MoimonUm in the Canadian North NEW DEPUTY MINISTER April ig reported that George superintendent of Sorel shipyards and sonin aw of Sen ator will succeed Colonel Gourdeau as deputy minister of ma whofee resignation was haivled in some dayb EDMONTON IS GOING TOO FAST HMTJ Ei Oi hTCMris Street Ralway Cabinet again as minister of Trade an4J The Nelson News publishes a despatch from Winnipeg stat ing that Clifford Sifton will consent to contest Winni peg for the House of Commons and that will soon enter the Cabinet again as minister of Trade an4J SENATOR IN A SCRAP Little March Smftor in altercation onthle street JETelin it is said struck Davis and latter went into his Davis soon reappeared and the by standers claim thathe was looking for Helm says that Davi made an insulting remark to him which he resented with several March Is the city running itself into bankruptcy by trying to lay the best pavement and put down the lest street car line in Canada or the United was a question that was at the city council in committee Monday manager of the was managerof the Britulastic anl Contracting Company was present arid addressedthe com mittee The only point he to make that the city was gettingvalue for the kUid of pavement they were laying and work they were Whether this work was too expensive or not was for the city to decideHe did m think they could get such work done FIREMEN AND ENGINEERS A Brotherhood Been Organized City Last night the Lo comotiveFiremen and Enginecrsr or April Following the lead of the Legislatures of Paris and fifty members of the Russian Duma today introduced a bill for an increase of their salaries ny the extension through the recess o the political compensation of a They complain that the sun they now receive is wholly irmdequat to the Petersburg scale of living 5 April step in buying out oiHhu Bell Telephone Company in Western was put through today by the Cuhhinff minister of public works in when half of the governmpht of that province he pystem of the IJoll Company in that province for v Cushing has been in Montreal a week with thj Btll Company buthe never gave any intimation as to his minion until put Cubhing stated last night that the completely finhhcd that at midnight the pro vince will take over thesystem and by tomorrow evCrjtelephone in fie province will be owned by the government and operated by its The Bell Company at firfct demanded itft plant in but the Cubhing that may cause a a day in order to make As the cage going down this morning I Cf2B the indicator The engineer btaried the tago upwardsand the and the cage CLOSE SHAVE TxuKlou April tindt uml TUicc arid wid Alice Ust by eating canneJ ed they will li expect grain grow and grain THEY FOUGHT TO A DRAW not want lo foHow in the generous and for a lower which was finally accepted yebterdayafiernpon by president Size of the f The purchase ofM synteiuplaews the exchanges as well as other Bell exchanges m in the possession ol tK Work on LetkbridgeMacfetid J r Right Away v Aprl Macdonald with a corps assist ants came in last night prepared to commence work at once on the C cut between here and Leth have been es tablsheJ here the work of con struction of miles ol road will be pushed forward as rapidly iii 1v i v s Stations will txf estubHsbeiK along the Youte and subvcontracts are now It is thepurpose of the to have the new road ready for ser vice before the summer season closes FUNERAL OF SINCLAIR Al member of the Grand Executive Board of the B of and and General Chair man of the vgaii7ation of the Can adian Pacific Railway system was present ai The member ship enrolled totalled thirty and the lodge is cullPd Alberta Ixxlge 735 The officers elected were Tast This order has a total number of seventy thousand and a beneficial fund of from which they pny death and disabilitv Last night there were numerous visiting brethren Irom Medicine TTat and Wark left last night for Port ngc L OLD MAN BURNED TO DEATH April old man nam ed 70 years of was burned to death in a which de stroyed the residence of Theodule LavoijjpoutmastCTjat Kenogami the victims A large stun of money and other vauables were lost in the BANK ENTERS PROCEEDINGS April Ontario Bank has institute I proceedings against Mury in connection with cer tain The amount of the claim is A very plea time was at the SAW MILL DESTROYED April large of the Company here was destroyed by fire last The loss will be partly cov eredby and MORE NEW SETTLERS 2ith to of to ami Martin of a OPIUM MANY I The local t nincseare prginizmg a campaign against the Jiseiofe an anti opium socieljr havins been launched to with Iisher and Ttinpleman today of the proposals t contained UoynL commission report on grain trade of v Strong1 mere Western Giaiu of government taking minai elevators at the teftdof Ndson aid Abe Attell San Match With a of at eight pounds ragamsjtj Aix champion Aether fought Chicago to a 10 round At endof the contest1 both men were fairly deluged with Attell had the tagc in nM ihc early but lurninpf jwints hoVever in tha in China town 100 It ismtened authorities prohibiting UIP penefal of Yesterday afternoon the remains of the late Sinclair were laid in testing place the new cemetery plot at Diamond City Tlic funeral conducted by 5assistel Un manager of the mines and this At 3 oclock the casket was removed from the tent inwhich Sinclair lived and and taken to Dttlrym store in the upper storey of which the funeral was Over one hundred people rose to sing O of Uuthel and other amongst which was one which the deceased had short ly before he his favor ite Blessed tc ihc Fountain of r were delivered McLaurin and AndronrlIamiV At the close of a very impres sive those present filed and took a last look at the Thejcasket was then conxeyed to and laid to rest in the lonely grave on hill No relatives of the deceased MORE TROUBLE OCCURS IN HAW ahad been taking his punishment a iinnlly succwfd ingetting Audis hitherto guard having way ho uorriwl hfs rTlio Battler hinded sonic and in liis tac phuvKfor Attelis until hp had faror growrs peg Grain wKvchange enci1 r v 3 t NEW POSTAGE Apiil fc who has k in connection withthe r jT lite TPI ceatw i newseries stamps NGliamplain Tercentenary Inisstud in Ottawa in NEWBATTLESH I P elaunched he of the Germany There with Cruiser In sist Upon Payment of Claim Port Au April re port circulated to the effect that the April the com of the scale to he submitted by the operators in tile northern Col orado coal fields no action it is un derstood will be taken by the of the operators will be submitted the Tatter part of the The miners of New Mex co and Wyoming are still at Des Moines April coal mine in Iowa is closed down to men were dissatisfied with the Xelgonwas to 131 and Attell weighed about SHAREHOLDERS MORE CAREFUL Grand Trunk Better Satisfied With Traffic Earnings Apiil London cable theaharehoders of the Graiu Trunk are feeling a little moie cheer DfiUNKARD FROZEN TO April Frank known to the police as a Irunknnl found ia tthe woods iear hfre today to Hft iad btru dunking with two compan ons on Sundty and tho party had over the roads earnings fo arrival of the Gorman cruiser Bremen j Fifteen thousand men are wouldbring about another crisis in The miners today are the which Germany wouldinsist uponimtenth anniversary of the eight hour mediate payment of a claim made by a of one is now were there to mourn his Xo one pre had known him for more than a few months but all felt that one whom they had learned to love and Urust had been taken from them and il 1ess sinful Umn Evangelistic Serv Bav joijut con scale of wages of last year continue in effect until March Pending the promulga HOME ROLE FOR THE IRISH At Wesley Chuuh ed congregation a msnoursc on lift covcr eth his sin shall but whoso confesseth and fcrjikfeth shall have mercy Irov hus siir he would turn from the but men up their This is making 4 A Ly mafc were the kind words spoken of by aJlfrniitedviewr tears shed as the company around the solitary tion the full scale by joint scale cbmniittee the miners will con tinue at Februarj Figures total decliiu if whicl related to main lines Ex penditures fell off by 000 or pCr making a reduc tion of in the net profits The market regards the reduction ir expenditures as an encouraging aign SHUT OUT NEGROES Those Implicated in Brownsville WFII Not Be Restored April The S rrfittee military affairs Senate DUNSMUIRS DENIAL April tovernor Dunsmuir of passed trough here today on his way to When seen in regard to he rumor that lie was to resign the Governor a most em denial to the He Unied in no uncertain terms the uor that he was going to sell his nines to an English twlay voted the Warner UNIVERSITY SENATE ind Foraker bills providing for ilie restoration to servicaVof the ne groes who were account of the Brownsville a Work Under Way at First Mcetin at Strathcona DEATH AT HOSPITAL came MINISTER TO TURKEY April secretary of the British hore has promoted to he rank of minister plenitpotenthry ind will remain in charge of the em bassy Constantinople until a suc Mssor iu the late Sir OConnor Mas ajipointcd Barclays wife is an being the daugh ter of the late Henry Chapman of New NO SHORTAGE OF CARS April no shortages of cars for tiie lhc law God whicfe does not ylobelieve that God man by he docs not grave the company joined in uhat hc to do if hc werc the MNging of well gather atfl sjiintnilea the and The cfTort is 11Ml1e by making pronounced the Resolution Favoring That Policy is Adopted in the British House of Commons ROWLEY RELEASED Man Who Took Heap of Monsv from Thomas Loan Company about the of 3oVs whicli by mans willingness to receive Some cover up their MII by saying that their condemns them is April Red ity never beyond 10 and on certain the Nationalist leader whose re amendments it descended to five or solution on home rule for Ireland SIX The resolution in favor of Home with some was adopted a mftjorily of in the House of Commons by a vote This TXsnU is rcmRrVabte of 313 to suid to the vhen the terms of the resolution are ed Press last night For the time in the history of the House of Commons by nn major ity declarwl Itself favor of Home Gladstones bill in 1386 was rejected by a majority bill in 1893 was carried by a It wns not a resolution in a half house or revolution Tt puts the Home Rule claim in its frankest and fullest form for it de manded a parlinnKnt in Tublin and responsible to the par exmnnager ofthe defunct Elgin company of this has been released from Kingston pen Uentiary after sening four and of his twelve year tcnce for the nf 000 of the companys The psr don ami release was the of pe titions forwarded from Rowley h expected to go not a bul it is rather with the most dangerous thing in It is safe onlv as it agrees with the principles of Icds Omls will must be a mans Bnck slitkrswonld cover their sin by deny their rchponsibihtj for Oth ers minimize their not seeming from last at Eor export and April first meet who ill immediately Traffic is not tied up ifof the Senate of the University her diet at the Gait l11 Erain in will have held in the Oddfellows tal on The funeral takes loaded into cars this HhlLat 9trathcona The place this tenioon from ifooivs un This the substance of information meeting was called to order at andon motion Rutherford and Tory Justice Stuart wasvoted to the The chancellor invited mayor of to address the Mills briefly wel comed the chancellor and the mem hers of the Senate to Strathcona and expressed the pleasure felt by citi zens whfn the announcement was that Strathcona was to bi the centre for the Harold Riley was appointed swretirj of the Senate until nich time as the univrrsity should appoint j a dertakinj parlor to Church of today from author THREATEN TO BLOW THEM UP Anarchist Attacks Cause Ex changes in New York to Their Galleries to that any sin is sin and sjn j HOMESTEAD ENTRIES The homestead entries at the keeps oniv from 8inJttirtnot bo bridge office during the month SCHOOL BOY KILLED the thing The side of the situation is that God blot the sin whe ther known to man or TTo for gives lind and removes the sin from of March numbered as against for 1he same month last For the three mouths of 1908 the entries have totalled 33ft for the snme months in number j warnings are to have closed case excuse jwas In there were April Bylovj The mcctinprs growing in interi The work of the office is Incmuins S Xew April Times to c xcluiKv gallery Ju Followingthe recoipt from since In the ttti lolice hcadqxiatters of a warning both exchanges the that evidence been obtained that riven was tlM reparrs were to be nn anarchistic attack might be nude made upon of the consolidated stock exchange dc REVENUE OF UNITED KING DOM April revenue of initunis of Umtrt1 Kineclom for the the1 Cottonexchange and the finding March 31 shows a totalof ckied to close its Similar nine years was struck andcst and results On evening i rapidly os can le judged by the rev aSti Lawrence car today J discusses tho subject of enuc received for January and Fchm while on his CArd Playing and the total boing Now York Stock The gal a net increase over th lory of the has been Ipreccedmg twelve months of fbr month The cotton 1   

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