Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba 26 Feb 1914
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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Brandon, Manitoba
New York. Feb. 21.�?for the first time la the history of Belletite Hosp Tal women have qualified to become Ai Bahu be doctors. Two Cornell medical school girls passed the examinations and it a now up to the Board ged internee. The successful candidates Are miss Helen a amp utter of Brooklyn add Anna Johni ads of this City. They Are Egizio to be pointed on july 1. The Plaep carries no salary. But the City provides full male tenancy and the posts Are generally sought for the Sike of practice. Injuries could hot pos lava Boon self inflicted says to a doctor. 1foreign affairs Are overlooked those High in authority reported to be on vital Mission. He been made by sex and this was the result. Enquiry pert election talk in air according to information gleaned at the City Hall this morning the Public utilities commissioner has decided 1-Ter looking into the complaint Laid in Winnipeg against the operation of one Man Street cars in Brandon tha the policy of non interference shall be adopted. Everyone realizes matters Are now nearing a amount of damage done to Convent is about $160,000. To replace buildings London. Feb. 21.�?the political situation in England has reached such an acute stage that the affairs of foreign nations have been overlooked somewhat during the past week. The Home Rule trouble Cloud looms very Large on the horizon and matters have not been helped by the talk of the Nejep sity of averting civil War by those High in authority. The speech from the throne at the opening of parliament last week is still a matter of serious discussion Many weekly papers giving it prominence this week that were unable to consider the speech last week on account of having gone to press before King George opened parliament. While everyone discourages the idea of civil War it is acknowledged that matters Are nearing a crisis. The utterances of sir Edward Carson and f. E. Smith Are being watch Ai with tense excitement and the efforts toward a peaceful sett lenient form the Centre of Public interest the fact that King George has voiced his regret at the failure to bring about Harmony gives Rise to keen anxiety. It is vet believed by Many unionists that a general election will be forced on this subject during the present Vear. London feb. 21.�?the High commissioner for new zealand Hon. Thomas Mackenzie has published the following particulars of new zealand Trade for the past year. The value of imports for the Quarter ending dec. 31 was �4,607,199, making a total for the year of �22,286,279 while the value of exports for the same Quarter was �3,261,072, and for the year �22,990,672. Trade during the last Quarter of 1913 was affected by the strike now Over. Eight were killed Quebec feb. 21�?the loss in the Grey nuns Convent fire which kept the firemen Busy All yesterday afternoon and All night is about $150,000. This is fully covered by insurance. Of the lne historical Chapel of the monastery Only trembling Walla still remain to Tell the tale of the disaster. The Central part of the main building on St. Olivier Street was also badly gutted. By remarkable work the firemen saved the older and greater part of the main building Only one fifth of the entire lock being a prey co the flames. Three men were injured during the Blaze one of them overcome by the smoke jumped from a third Story window and sustained bruises in his fall another one had his forearm mimed by a piece of melting Metal falling from the sacred heart statue which threatened the lives of the firemen during the first part of the Blaze. The Chapel was leased to the parliament in 1860 when the old parliament buildings had been burned and was itself burned Down for the first time while it was under lease. The Rev. Mother Superior announced last night that the burned Chapel and Monument would be replaced by a larger building and statue. K Glasgow Scotland feb. 21. A a . A the workmen kill a k de by yesterdays explosion at a a the Nobel Gunpowder works a k at Ardler Ayrshire now in a a creased to eight were g a a Mansell j. My Campus w. J. A a Guiney w. Kilpatrick w. A Armstrong d. Begbie ii. Tag a a a Gart and d. Mclean. A British government asks for particulars regarding amp death of ran cheif in Mexico very heavy increases in Treasury receipts since the new taxes were imposed. is rapid 1 losing its residents who possess a million Marks which is Only a Quarter of what a Man must have to be an american millionaire. They Are flocking to regions where the taxes Are lower. There have also been Many departures of those whose for tunes total $100,000 to $200,000. The authorities Are overjoyed at the Early returns on the new War tax Frankfort one of the wealthiest Cit ies in the Empire and famed for the number of its wealthy men has already declared $87,500,000 More than Ever before. London feb 2l�? the British government up to noon today had Quot not taken any action in regard to the execution at Juarez of William s. Benton the scottish ranch Man beyond instructing sir \ Cecil Spring Rice British ambassador at Washington to obtain from Secre tary Bryan All possible information on the affair. Although the tragedy has created a sensation throughout the British Isles it has not aroused any disposition on the part of responsible members of the British government to change their Poncy a regard to mexico.,invitation a pc a a is issued 1 Day by religious authorities in new York City. New York feb. 31.�?borough president Matthewson and other prominent men have signed a a pc ally asking everybody to go to Church sunday the 22nd, or to the synagogue the go to Church movement is made a common cause with catholics protestants and jews head office Toronto. D. Wilkie Gen. Manager big Day for Farmers Dalas Texas feb. 21�?the Texas Industrial Congress will today Distri Bute $5,000 prizes among Texas Farmers. $10,000,000 6.925.000 8.100.000 capital authorized. Capital Stock paid up. Reserve fund and undivided profit saving Bank department interest allowed on Deposit of $1 up from Date of Deposit. Letters of credit issued payable in All Paris of the world. Morris hooting ground is 01 Southern Europe huge nature of transactions is shown by figures published by Post office. V London. Feb. 21.�?switzerland and especially Geneva has Long been the Hunting ground of English bookmakers who advertise their prices in the London papers and As a result do a thriving mail business. The Magni tude of the betting firms business k indicated by the fact that one establishment recently ordered 50,0gc be names 6 cents each and just a lit tie earlier ordered 500.000 5-Ceni Stamps which had to be obtained from Berlin by Telegram. While the British bookmaker is Only tolerated in Switzerland and is Likely to be expel led at a weeks notice it is very prob amp ble that he will be allowed to continue so Long As the Post office makes such handsome places to be overhauled before next season. London feb. 21. A according to Theodore Les Couve the Paris procurer de la rep oblique Paris is to undergo a moral housecleaning before the next seasons visitors arrive. M. Les Couve has already begun pro ceding against the directors of certain music Halls giving spectacles which have been called to his attention As most of these places Are Small cabarets at Mont Marie but the larger hails will also by purged of a Lacout scenes in their new productions. Putting up a new Bouse or barn is Good Deal like getting married it Only recurs one or twice in a lifetime so you can to afford to use a a cheap material if to want a Good building Call and see us. We have a a the Stock that a a is Good. Clear dry and in elegant shape at reasonable prices. We Stock All kinds of building material also All kinds of Coal Taiyi we Are the sole agents for a a the Only Galt Coal. When visiting the Winter fair Call and see us and talk the matter Over with us we shall be Only too pleased to figure on your requirements. Quot Quot i a the oldest established Yard in the City brings Forth All lurking Eye defects. The individual approaching a a failure age will first notice something wrong when engaged in night Reading or other nocturnal work by artificial Light. Gradually bringing More Light to Bear upon the subject he soon finds the Light needed is a pair of Good glasses properly adjusted. This is where we come in with the Light of cur optical knowledge. Cau we help Vou Crowe a the Eye expat a i the optician who knows How. I London feb. 21.�?the increased number of unemployed in England gives an indication of the tightness of the times. Beggars Are taking advantage of the situation As no ver before. In the West end and in the City they Are on almost every Street Corner. While outwardly these Pari Sites Are men of rags actually they Are often men of substance. The London mendacity society calculates that More than $500,000 is Given to beggars a very year. Scandinavians Honor Washington Minneapolis feb. 21 a Washington a birthday will be celebrated by the scandinavians in this City Quot this evening. They propose to organize an Art society which is to be National in scope. Jacob Riise of new York is to be one of the speakers. Mckenzie building.36 ninth St. I phone 1212 Brandon s Only a exclusive optical business. 702 Pacific
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