Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
26 Feb 1914

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26 Feb 1914

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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Brandon, Manitoba B vol. 32. Sixteen pages. Up Andon Max. The Ltd a. Feb. 26. 1914. British political suffering among new brutal murder women qualify for c Sec. 2. No. 2. Situation reaches York poor very acute j tfle0ry proved ambulance doctors Canada will again severe weather past week makes conditions hard. By postmortem very acute stage j new York feb. La a the Revere Home Rule trouble Cloudo looms largely the 1 a p thonul8anc baud and horizon. Weather the past it has made j Oliree death dealing wounds Are the suffering the poor a grave Jho i found by . Edmison Bien. For the City authorities the i examination number deaths from exposure has i i a i been the largest in years and every i one is saying that the predictions More Marks found the groundhog have been More than j i a foreign affairs Are overlooked no More fulfilled. Although Only two Tho six 01iastly injuries could not pos killings were reported till last night weeks promised bad weather have this Corral abut is acres in sex passed. What aggravates the suffering i have Bern self inflicted tent is situated at the North end among the poor new York is the says Tho doctor. Die City and is surrounded by a six unusual number unemployed to foot Board Fence but owing to the men with children dependent upon Snow Drifting in certain spots the Tkv a support dogs were enabled to jump Over and those High in authority reported to be vital Quot we in Mission. New York. Feb. 21.�?for the first time in the history Bellevue Hospital women have qualified to become ambulance doctors. Two Cornell medical school girls passed the examinations and ii is now up to the Board whether they shall become full fledged internet. The successful candidates Are miss Helen Palliser Brooklyn add Anna Tjohn viands this City. They Are eligible to be appointed july i. The place carries no salary hut the City provides full maintenance and the posts Are generally j sought for the Shim practice be represented at Rifle meet election talk in air get at Tho sheep. % the animal shot this morning is a Mongrel with a Strain Spaniel and is said to Hunt with another dog much the same Breed. When killed the dog was wearing a tag and the owner will he proceeded against for harbouring the animal. Everyone realizes matters Are now nearing a crisis. Quebec fire loss proves very heavy Over two thousand entries received for the slightest doubt that might have existed in the bundt some to How Young Aleck seed people As a a a a a a a a a Caine to his death has been entire. Removed by i postmortem examine Atlon made h . Edmison Fri big big poultry show Day afternoon. According to the fanciers were jubilant at meeting held in City Hall last evening. London feb. 21.�?the political situation in England has reached such an acute stage that the affairs foreign nations have been overlooked somewhat during the past week. The Home Rule trouble Cloud looms very Large the horizon and matters have not been helped by the talk the neck is sly averting civil War by those High in authority. The speech from the throne at the opening parliament last week is still a matter serious discussion Many weekly papers giving it prominence this week that were unable to consider the speech last week account having gone to press before King George opened parliament. While everyone discourages the idea civil War it is acknowledged that matters arc nearing a crisis. Tile utterances sir Edward Carson and f. E. Smith Are being watched with tonne excitement and i lie efforts toward a peaceful settlement term the Centre Public interest. The tact that King George has voiced his regret at the failure to bring a bout Harmony gives Rise to keen anxiety. It is yet believed by Many unionists that a general election will be forced this subject during the present vent. Total amount damage done to Convent is about $150,000. To replace buildings Quebec. Feb. 21�?the loss in the fourteen sheep killed by dogs 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 Tine historical Chapel the monastery Only trembling Walls still remain to Tell the tale the disaster. Tile Central part the main building St. Olivier Street was also badly gutted. By remarkable work the firemen saved the older and greater part the main building Only one fifth the entire lock being a prey co the flames. Three men were injured during the Blaze one them overcome by the smoke jumped from a third Story window and sustained bruises in his fall another one had his forearm turned by a piece melting Metal falling from the sacred heart statue which threatened the lives the firemen during the first part the Blaze. The Chapel was leased to Hie 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. Over 2,500 entries have already been received for the Winter fair was the announcement made at the meeting the Brandon poultry association held in the City police court room last night much enthusiasm was shown by the Large opinion . Edmison there is no mystery in the Casse As to whether it was Accident murder that robbed the Young lad Bis life. The very position the three wounds precludes any Blea i heir being self inflicted Aud from their nature each wound having a corresponding depressed fracture the Skull Here is Only one possible conclusion that can be. Arrived at and that is that they were inflicted by Means a Blunt instrument in the hands Public utilities commission policy is non interference enquiry has been made by expert and this was the result. Number poultry fanciers present and president a. Sheather and f. H. J 80,0 4 other person persons. Tse according to information gleaned at the City Hall this morning the Public utilities commissioner has Dee ded get Ter the complaint Laid la Winnipeg against the operation one Man Street cars in Brandon that the policy non interference shall he adopted minister militia cables Liat the Canadian team will again participate if conditions remain unchanged a great satisfaction expressed at settlement difficulty a War office gives consent. Hebe spoke in glowing terms the forthcoming show. As an indication the growth the show it was announced that sixty new poultry pens had been oct a to accommodate the increasing number a bib Back an axe a piece Wood with a knot would make wounds his description said the doctor. The injuries found were More than sufficient to cause death and were is described by . Edmison to a its in that class. Before the meeting 1 reporter last evening three closed a1 preparations for Tho show were completed. Berun monies people flocking to places easier rates taxes wounds the head with corresponding depressed fractures the Skull two these wounds were at the i Jack the head and the third was More to the front. A Large clot blood was found at the base the j train. A careful and exhaustive examination failed to show any other i injuries beyond some indications i the fingers that they had been Nib very heavy increases in treas ble i by some ma11 animal Tho my receipts since the new taxes were imposed. Rodent family. When asked by the Sporter if Thor we Ore any signs Burns about the body . Edmison London Ber in is rapidly j a plied it apus ally in the negative losing its residents who possess a \ v peculiarity which struck the Doc nillion Marks which is Only a Quad j As worthy remark was that Ter 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 those whose for tunes total $100,000 to $200,000. The j he wound the Side the head Bough the lightest the three externally was the one where the Cor responding fracture wag most deeply impressed. In. Edmison who received his in considerable loss sustained by Law for the child local butchers during the present Winter. Labor Are discussed fourteen sheep valued at a each y Ore killed by dogs Iii the Corral North the . Tracks Friday was Tho a tory told by w. J. Burchill to the Sun saturday. A galician living opposite the Corral caught the dogs red handed and shot one. But the other escaped. This nuisance has been going nearly All Winter and for a time an nil night watch was kept by the police and by the owners the sheep hut until Early this morning the dogs were never seen at work. During the month december Jos. Donaldson Tho hatched lost Between 25 and 20 interesting subject before Cleve land association today. Cleveland o., Fob. 21.�?the annual meeting the Consumers league will be addressed today by the Secretary the National Consumers league. Mrs. Florence Kelley. This club is greatly interested in Laws regulating child labor and those referring to the age at which a child May leave school to become a breadwinner. Hockey match today. At five clock this afternoon the sheep and Jason Burchill lost is All return hockey game will be played Lilied by dogs. While the watch was ii night work 99 at Tho caledonian rink Between press and City Hall staff the brings Forth All lurking Eye defects. The individual approaching a failure age will notice something wrong when engaged in night Reading other nocturnal work by artificial Light. Gradually bringing More Light to Bear upon the subject he soon finds the Light needed is a pair Good glasses properly adjusted. This is where we come in with the Light cur optical know ledge. Call we help Vod ? Crowe a the Eye expert the optician who knows How. Faris will undergo moral housekeeping Many places to be overhauled before next season. Authorities Are overjoyed at the auctions to make the postmortem Early returns the new War tax a from the Coroner . Ponton Mac Frankfort one the wealthiest Cit i Tregor will Send in his report to him ies in the Empire and famed for the j for the inquest that was adjourned number its wealthy men has Ai j it drans to monday March 2nd ready declared $87,500.000 More than 1 a a a. Ever before. Eight were killed Glasgow Scotland feb. 21. . A Tho workmen killed by yesterdays explosion at the Nobel Gunpowder works at Ardler Ayrshire now increased to eight were a Mansell j. Macmanus w. J. Gurney w. Kilpatrick w. Armstrong. D. Begbie la. Taggart and d. Mclean. A in if a a it it a a it London Fob. 2i c. A. P la col Sam Hughes cabled yesterday to the n. R a. Authorities saving that the Canadian team will participate at Bosley this year under assurances received that the conditions will he unchanged. This temporary settlement the difficulty gives great satisfaction. The n. In a. Council noting under instructions from the members Ai the recent annual meeting appealed to the War office requesting that that body agree to the postponement for one year the new regulations in sort to effect at Bisley under threat withdrawal financial support and official countenance. This seemed very reasonable Aud last night it was announced that the army authorities had agreed to this course. Satisfaction is general but apparently the n. A. A. Council quite expected this Concession would be made. They Are asking now Why lord Chey Lesmore and his associates did not say As much at the annual meeting some weeks before for the conditions Are precisely die same. There is a Section n. In a. Members and not an insignificant one at that who contend that the Bisley meeting with careful but Complete re organization could he carried independently the War office. This View however receives Small sympathy from the n. In a. Council id though advocates Independence feel so strongly the subject that they have applied to the courts for an injunction regarding the poll now opening for an election members to the Council Hoard. If Canadian interested in Sisley were consulted they would almost certainly Side with the advocates Independence seeing that most the riflemen j from tile Dominion who visit Buie it express the Friendly opinion that Tho arrangements there while elaborate in their detail run away with a lot Money. New zealand s Trade London feb. 21.�?the High Cora missioner for new zealand Hon Thomas Mackenzie has published the following particulars new zealand Trade for the past year. The value imports for Tho Quarter ending dec. 31 was �4,607,199, making n total for tin year �22,2sc,279 while the value exports for rho same Quarter was �3,261,072, and for Tho year �22,990,672. Trade due ing the last Quarter 1913 was footed by the strike now Over. Urge people to attend churches because Washington a birthday invitation a Call Quot is issued today by religious authorities in new York City. Nev York Fob 21.�?borough president Matthews and other prominent men have signed a a pc ally asking everybody to go to Church sunday the 22nd. Or to Tho synagogue. The go to Church movement is made a common cause with catholics protestants and jews. British government asks for particulars regarding death rancher in Mexico 7 a y y London feb. ,21.�?the British government up to noon today had not taken any action in regard to the execution at Juarez William s. Benton the scottish ranch Man beyond instructing sir \ Cecil Spring Rise British ambassador at Washington to obtain from Secretary Bryan All possible information the affair. Although the tragedy has created a sensation throughout the British Isles it has not aroused any disposition the part responsible members the British government to change their Prohov n regard to Mexico. Big Day for Farmers Dalas Texas Fob. 21�?the Texas Industrial Congress will today Distri \ Bute $5,000 prizes among Texas farm ers Washington dept. Is blamed for brutal English bookmakers Happy Hunting ground is in Southern Europe murder Benton huge nature transactions is shown by figures published by Post office. Persistently suppressed the a neut at Washington. Facts concerning the a a truth alleged. London feb. 21. A according to Theodore Les Couve the Paris pro it Cut eur de la rep oblique Paris is to undergo a moral housecleaning before tile next seasons visitors arrive. M. Les Couve has already begun preceding. Against the directors certain music Halls giving spectacles which have been called to Bis attention As a indecent. Most these places fire Small cabarets at Mont Marie but the larger Halls will also be purged salacious scenes in their new productions. London. Feb. 21.�?switzerland and especially Geneva has Long been the Bunting ground English bookmakers who advertise their prices Iii the London papers and As a result do a thriving mail business. The Magni tude the betting firms business h indicated by the fact that one establishment recently ordered 50,00 cent Lues <6 cents each and just a lit tie earlier ordered 500.000 5-Ceni Stamps we hich had to be obtained fron Berlin by Telegram. While the Bri Tish bookmaker is Only tolerated in Switzerland and is Likely to be expelled at a weeks notice it is very pro Bable that he will be allowed to con Villa denounced in Strong terms attention All world Powers interested in the inquiry. Rigid investigation almost immediately after the an Loui Cement general Villa and stall hurriedly left Juarez for Chihuahua. Consul Edwards watched closely at the station hoping to catch a glimpse Benton Auy american prisoner but saw none but mexicans Hoard the train. A real court martial that there was a real court martial in Benton s Case none this Side the Border pretends to know. It is believed that Benton started for head Imperial Bank Canada head office Toronto. D. 1$. Wilkie Gen. Manager. Capital authorized.$10,000,000 capital Stock paid up. 6,925,000 Reserve fund and undivided profits.-. 8,100,000 saving Bank department interest allowed deposits $1 up from Date Deposit. Letters credit issued payable in All parts the world. M. Morris manager. A it a a a a a a.  5��j-4444 a a 5 a a a a 4_ a. A a a a a Ltd a it a. A a a a a 4 $ quarters to protest against the repeat jul mgr englishmen in �1 a raiding his ranch in Chihuahua so unheard from and by the mexican rebels. Here at least tension grows tie killing Benton has wiped out whatever in Tidence was Felt in tin be so Long As the Post office makes brute by mexican rebels at Juarez Elpaso texts Fob. 21.�?Tho offi-1 Villas promises dial announcement that William s. J these and other disclosures Iii the lenten a British subject hat3 been Benton Case speedily crystallized pub 4 4 4 4 4 4 such handsome profits. Scandinavians Honor Washington. Torio optical co. Mckenzie building 36 ninth St. V phone 1212 Brandon s Only a exclusive optical business. Min Neap jolts feb. 21 a washing i ton s birthday will be celebrated by i the scandinavians in this City this More than half million Given to beggars Fach year in City London London feb. 21.�?the increased number unemployed in England gives an indication the tightness englishman were the developments do tuesday night Tho adoption resolutions condemning the United states. Government for its handling mexican affairs at a mass meeting hero. And an Exchange shots Between members the t Birt cent u u. S. Cavalry Aud a score mexicans and uncertainty As to the Fate Gustave Brueh an american and John Lawrence and a Man named Curtis an evening. They propose to organize an Art society which is to be National Loudon mendacity society calculates the times. Beggars Are taking advantage the situation As never before. In the West end and in the City they Are almost every Street Corner. While outwardly these Pari Sites Are men rags actually they Are often men substance. The in scope. Jacob Riis new York is that More than $500,000 is give it a to to one the speakers beggars every year. The last 24 hours. Following in rapid succession these incidents served to bring Public feeling to a High pitch Ard today every official Agency was engaged in bringing to Light further do tails. The official report Benton a death came yesterday through Thomas e. Edwards. American consular Juarez and was telegraphed to the state de lie sentiment and late in the Day arrangements were completed for a mass meeting protest. Unable to hold it in Cleveland Square because mayor Kelly regarded an open air meeting held too great possibilities danger the gathering was transferred to another place. Adopted with shout former governor Curry new Mexico chairman outlined tin purposes and their resolutions Wert adopted with a shout. They were presented by w. Ii. Seaman a refugee and prominent mining Man. R. W. Dudley and col Hunt Elpaso. The resolutions characterized As a cold blooded and heartless the assassination Benton charged that the state department at Washington a it a t 4 4 f a a it a a red letter event 4 �?�9 # a it a 4 a putting up a new House barn is a Good Deal like getting married it Only occurs once twice in a lifetime so you can to afford to use a a cheap material. If you 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 building material also a1 kinds Coal d arum we Are the Solo agents for a a the Only Galt Coal. A when visiting Tim Winter fair Call and see us and talk the matter Over with us we shall be Only too pleased to figure your requirements. V v a it a the oldest established i Barclay amp de Yard in the City continued Page 5. A in a 702 Pacific Avenue Brandon Man. A it it a a a j a a t <�T�44444414>h544�<44 4444 Jagt -�T�4444� 44 44444-444 444444�

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