Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
26 Feb 1914

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Brandon Weekly Sun in Brandon, Manitoba
26 Feb 1914

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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - February 26, 1914, Brandon, Manitoba He a plumb the special committee composed of member of the City Cou Acu two master plumbers two Union men and tie City Engineer met again tot night under the chairmanship Al Aid. A he Wingl amp a and hate now reached the half Way stage of a entirely hew by Law. Wahidi is bei amp a drafted on lines similar to the Winnipeg bylaw. Under the new measure an inspection of All plumbing will be made while the work is in Progress and Al he on its completion. Was battered to pieces and part of the locomotive wag rile men killed ate David r. Archfield. Foreman m me leg mid both arms Brol not expected to recover. F ail was covered with wallows on which logs had been piled. Left Brando non january 13th body being brought Here and will be then examined. Arrests reported sensational Story is told by a Cousin of the Fob one Steamer which went in search of Kineo hat Given up Hope. Norfolk. A. Feb. 19.�?wireless cabs sweeping Over the sea from the radio Tower of tue Middle Atlantic coast Revenue cutters and numbers of steamships today found no Trace of the five in listed Sci poorer Kineo of Bath. Maine a ast reported yesterday it liking twelve inches of water an hour and in a disabled end Tiou. The Schooner tilth her Crew of eleven had been in bad Luck for the last month twice her sails were blown away and one she put into port for safety when Sho was sighted by the Steamer City of Atlanta yesterday it did not seem necessary for the liner to take off her Crew Aud tie Revenue Cutter Onondaga began a search. The Kineo was then 160 Miles Northeast of Diamond Shoals. V a 6rin, .v.,�.1l a out of bus ii los Angeles s if several houses and people use Street car in Indianapolis was crushed Between two heavier is conclusion arrived at la connection with Bury strip to Montreal. To announcement Madea a a a a a Montreal que a a feb. 10�?lit railway circles from the arrival of vice Presb Dent George Bury from Winnipeg within so Short a time after his conference with sir Thomas Shaugh Messy the conclusion generally assumed is that the principal part of the a estimates planned Are to be gone Over again and a rearrangement made. It was generally thought when or. Bury returned to tie West two weeks ago without making any definite statement As to hew work the c. P. It. Was to undertake during 1914, that he had not gained All the appropriations he sought. Or Bury himself was closeted All morning at the Legal department of the Canadian. Pacific officers and stated that he was not at Bertly to make any announcement until the conference was Over. Urge that Coal rates Are unreasonable Slippery rails is cause los Angeles cai., feb am California was Hood hound us Day As a result of a downpour which started it Midnight tuesday old yielded from my to eight inches of rain in the 32 hours ending at 8 my today. He 11 Road traffic was Desordi sized in the cities the streets Ware turned into Mill races storm Drain were overtaxed Aud streams into Rivers the storm brought a recurrence of flood conditions that attended the rainfall of a month ago. Railroad tracks on both sides of Santa Barb Ara were washed out. Badges Al it it a vere torn out. Throughout Mio nitrous Beh Wash outs blocked Aud stalled trains. The Southern Pacific the Salt Lake and the Santa fee railroads the three Nch entering los Angeles All were compelled to route trains today Over a Santa be Branch running through Fullerton. All other lines were out of commission. In some sections of los Angeles streets were under ten feet of water for a Brief period. Fire engines were a questioned to pump out the flooded basements of several Large buildings one of the Telegraph companies re ported today that 75 per cent of it i res were useless. Arizona virtually was Cut off from wire commune 1 drans. Mau., feb. 19 a the body aka. 8�edf% the missing assyrian a a a Quot idler was found wednesday 2 and a Hall Miles West of Here. The body was covered with Willows on top of which log Wen piled. The discovery was made by a search party composed of assyrian friends and relatives of the dead Mau and citizens ferrans. Headed by detectives How toe of Brandon Aud Cox of Portage la Prairie. The body was so badly Frozen that it was impossible to discern any Mark of violence and it was sent to Uran Cucui where an examination will to made. , 1of it sworn., a lord England a the morning cirt. Of London editorial by observes a cannot to regarded Mere by an a personal or private matter it brings once More to an Issue Tiu whole question of ministerial trans Lions in american Marconi shares and not on this list Quot the accompanying and sue feeding a revolutions regarding the lib eral party a finances. A both these subjects Are of Public moment for they concern most directly and deeply the reputation and Eon duct of their administration and the soundness if soundness remains of the party Alex Seede Light a i year old pm idler whose body was found Frozen near drans on wednesday Republican f representative in american House a rings charges. A a court Cardens in London planted for season. Alleges control of Price Washington feb. 19.�?the interstate Commerce commission will today hear the complaint of a Large number of Consumers in North Caro Lina Virginia and South Carolina who allege that the rates on bituminous Coal from Points in Virginia we St Virginia Kentucky and Tennessee Are unjust and unreasonable. London feb. 17.�?the number of bulbs which have been planted the season in the Royal Garden at Hamp ton court Palace exceed a million there Are 140 Beds with about 3,00 bulbs to each bed while the great 10-foot Border which extends fron the River to the Hampton court Road takes More to it an All tie Beds. T m ill nil i it u. S. Miners seeking Aid of government Chicago and Duluth boards said to ice in concert with Minneapolis. Retaining Walla at various pointy in the foot Hill Region of the Orange growing Section collapsed under the weight of water and sect floods swirling through the Orchards. Chr listing great damage. Several houses collapsed in los Angeles. In Many sections people used boats to navigate the Street subjects of importance before Denver convention poultry show to be feature of big fair exhibit this year will be Best Ever seen Here. With the entries closing on saturday for the big Winter fair everything Points to the largest exhibit of poultry that has Ever been show in Brandon. The Large show room will this year have additional cooking accommodation especially for turkeys Aud geese while the other departments will be far ahead of last year in Point of Quality and entries. Many exhibitors from Lethbridge Saskatoon Moose jaw and Regina from the West have signified their intention of bringing their Birds to the show Here and with Winnipeg port Arthur and the East a Large enter it is assured while All the former exhibitors irom Killarney Glenboro and Lauder will have in most cases larger exhibits than Ever before. To avoid any difficulty which May arise in the handling of these Birds the Brandon poultry association will hold a meeting in the court room of the City Hall tomorrow evening at s of clock and All poultry fanciers in the City whether they Are members of the association or not Are invited to be present. To it serious defeats ducted on rebels i by government forces novelists widow dead Tsalata Barba. Col., feb. 19.�?mrs. Robet Louis Stevenson widow of the a mens novelist died of apoplexy at her Korne in Montecito yesterday it Vas earned today Nweiser Long delayed arbitration treaties Are before american House a Washington feb. 10�? Long delayed consideration of general a id ration treaties with eight foreign nations was before the Senate % Oday when it went into executive meeting. Treaties with great Brt Tain Japan Italy Spain Norway Sweden. Portugal and Switzerland a Ere waiting. T champions of Panama tolls exemption Field up the British treaty ast summer because they feared it might have to be submitted to a the Hague. President Wilson a proposal for repeal however May a change that situation. Immigration questions Are involved in to i treaty. 5 in Feml

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