Lethbridge Daily Herald in Lethbridge, Alberta 14 Apr 1910
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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Volume excitement is running High Clarkes image caused big stir at the capital special to the Herald april Rumor that president of the and arrived in cd Monk on the train from Calgary this afternoon caused a lot of excite ment for about an hour this evening in the ranks of the insurgents and the government it was an of but it spread wild fire and is important As How the Public mind has been inflamed by the startling develop ments of the last Twenty four for a while it was thought he was get out of town again Unobia surveil and there was talk of sending i a policeman Down to the de pot to catch John Macdou fired at judge in court april sensation was caused in the Palace of Justice today when an Anar Chist in revenge on the court when found guilty a year fired four shots at the presi Dent of the son of is responsible for Start ing the in a Barber shop on he saw a Man that look very much like Clark o he was talking to Corn after labor captured nine seats in Pic Anil the supposed Clark had five in new South and Jen Mcdougall asked he Barber if one each in Queensland and Southern John australian election results labor party in Power issues of the Campaign april ing Are the Complete results of the general elections of Australia labor of unionists independents Independent liberals at the dissolution the fusion its numbered labor and Index in Royal commission number bought acre farm Graham and of yesterday purchased for them selves and their through the George Hatch land acres North of it is the intention of the purchasers to Nave the entire tract put under cultivation As soon As Dent liberals the Man was Clarke to make said the to sorial a out Ifo i know and Western of unionists captured one seat in West in the senatorial elections labor can Illo v Jinow vim of Naiona elections labor can Clarke ivc shaved him lots of j mates arc leading in All states eve times cent against the government solicitor Walsh announced last that the investigation will Bep resumed again morning and be carried on without heir new and Johnston a Are plainly an the labor party programme included Protection and state regulated compulsory military an australian Navy built out of Rcv nationalization of a land restriction in pub Walsh and Johnstone prepared to prove it want minty arrested promoters efforts to raise subsidies educated the government t y Clit Noyce at the turn things have taken amt insurance against j the fusion its in their programme lege and sympathy in the the Aknoun cd intention to upheld action of minty and Robson in Federal maintain policy of pro ing As appears to have pre electoral Stab juiced the More against the Lish a White develop aus Ith any previous Ralian aval and military As and it seems probable that the wa1 Ter ways witnesses will less Privit the fus leg Earl sympathy in the Tim action of minty and Robson in Cav juiced the people government than with any previous Trajan aval and military forces it is indisputable he Commonwealth of or it is at least considered so states debts to promote Economy that the Waterways people arc and assert the ened and if they Are scared must principle that Mcm bars should he be Good reason for there is just Dir Cliv responsible to the people for a possibility that they did not like Liler votf5 on i the manner in which Walsh the cat question Between two and Johnstone went through those artics is Tulp governments telegrams in the local offices a utterly condemned by to of this much there is no doubt the cmb0d Lac Consoli Tutino a immediate cause of the sudden Mitra 10n annual patient by the Tion of the two Winnipeg Law Rirs was the states of 25 first the refusal of or Clarke to cents per had on the letters Popula come Here and keep them company it special to the Herald april investigation of the Alberta and great water ways contract was resumed this morn on opening Walsh spoke of pollution of River by sewage causing trouble for towns farther Down a couple of recent death from typhoid fever of miners working in c Shaft of the gait mines Are believed to be caused by drinking water taken from River below the City where it is contaminated by the the company have issued a warning to their strongly advising them to boil All the water before indians die in the far North Winter has been hard on their about of flour april dispatch from fort tells of a terrible Story of starvation and disease among the indians in that part of the in the immediate Finity of port Chipewyan the natives were living on but farther the dispatch the indians have suffered severely throughout he Winter and sixty or More have died from starvation and at Pond do Lac there been twelve deaths since last Twenty in a compare Uvey Small band and in other Settle ments Mueh privation has been sex the time of writing provisions were at a very Low ebb at port Chip the Hudson Bay a Short time previously had run out of but fourteen bags were secured from fort 98 Miles further to the where there was a Supply of ver wion the flour was sold at 115 per 100 furs Only be ing accepted in and As this m and As this this morning general manager Supply would not last the Settle Lith called at the cite of firms nut ment was t d wish at Tbs time to say the act Oil of Muty a gro3s bleach of fait Ilu is else and his action has also in caching Terras and 1 seriously handicapped or Johnstone of the was l 11 to f counsel for the officials expressed regret Over the action of minty and Walsh said therein Only one thing for us to do and that is to take the evidence of witnesses Astare within our jurisdiction and then to take More of those outside either voluntarily or notify minty that thei Cresence of Earke is not thought probable that or Rob son would have been so emphatic in when the investigation opened that Clarke could be Here Milliner suicide april tha head Milliner in Cleois unless he believed it at that in fact it seems he believed it up until i tuesday j counsel embarrassed with minty and Clarke absent investigation will not to so Long As 1 shot herself this morning and Conmee Bill was killed railway committee settled the Superior to Winnipeg canal project april co Mcc will to incorporate a company to construct a canal from Lake Superior to missing Bank clerk i in Nick was in railway was found deranged com tact tic top april Crl Bink Rork omm Vuk the a Wassity of making fun her of Bank clerk employed by the a actions to and before the court was absolutely Neces he replied by Telegram tha they would gladly in View or fact in guilty of Gross contempt and is Sobject to punishment i believe if drought within tins courts and i May yet ask your lordships tissue a War ran of when minty left Here follow my the adjournment of the commas i Sion two weeks ago he said lie would bring Back with him certain books but he did there does not seem to be anyone in Edmonton who knows anything about the Canadian West i construction Johnstone and myself will undertake to that the hallway is a myth ant that the Canadian West construction is the that i the was authorized on Cap ital of paid up it was not paid in it was Only a Tat in bookkeeping and sleight of will undertake to prove that an organization meeting held a contract was made Between j tie no companies my that the can Adian West construction was to Naismith called at the City offices and Disi cussed the matter with mayor Adams and City Engineer the City is going to install a Plavil this Scarin fact left documents behind when minty went away r t t Day he left a suit Case contain health Toff a number of documents in he ins called bands or Biggar tells me Hobson telegraphed him this morning to Send them a once to j ask the court to keep these papers Premier regrets in behalf of Premier Rutherford s Woods snide regretted the de notified some time agony the Provin Cial Board of health that o Plant will before Janir iry City Engineer Arnold says that there have in the last year been too numerous cases Over at Diamond City Down the River traceable sew Crace r he has s he r s and specs rec the m but he ment was anxiously waiting for open when the company shows were to bring the wolves Are also reported to be and search of they Are unusually and single wolves have in several cases attacked men but with out the were and in a miserable the scar City of which was owing not to Che Lack of fish in the but to the laziness of the who would not go far enough from Home to reach deep Deer were re ported to but the dog teams were unable to bring much at a matter be taken a prospector named Darrer who other expert engineers has wintered at fort pasture of Ana Vinci Al wished a Fri in behalf of Corn lip i j at Roc ump Cyan recommendations obtained from claims to have discovered iridium fear them on the Best meanwhile i Black Bay on Lake Athabasca and a it May be necessary for the j Rush of prospectors to the District is i to connect i with ithe City j How Canadian Banks changed new York Law new april times to Day says the part placed by Canad Ian Banks in obtaining in 1900 a change in the new York state Law fixing the tax on corporations in this funeral of Roberts to identify the criminals of Canada an identification Bureau is being established by the government Cranbrook paid its highest honors to deceased i Ottawa w com Engineer identification Bureau is now in foreign is explained by manager of the new York admit was found Ai u throws their plan of procedure Walsh says the court has no authority to compel the witnesses to come Here from Winni pig Anri he flops not Subow Ute come there o get i was to h when the committee met Boyce repeated his objections to the by George Brad to Tow Herald april 13the j funeral of Edward c p r killed in the Accident near on was the most re demonstration of Universal i respect Over shown to any resident of Active inn Constable in Rocity Agency of the bans of Montreal Ward of Dominion As the old Law i reposed a tax of half its Ore pm the business done by if off j Constable poster and an assistant j foreign and in it the and the entire Bali irrespective of Constable Are at present working in Kingston they will photograph All prisoners there and also take an impression of their Fin Ger the work is being ear on in the prison Yard and from changed by making tin 19dq me Ana the entire Bali irrespective of purim Yaru Ana Iron in varying amour Ance of the capital in fact an or no could was news received Tom Kingston it is attorneys who Drew up assignment of non ref tar in to convicts Are not it an and then worked for assignment of was made to in Tho commission decides it can lie on its oars and sub Ono the Kentie the moment they come to Al Berta to sort of Busi Ham avg Hawks for it the insurgents As a Rule arc incline to think that i Laws suit is the known that Clarke has Scon Hawks the month about the matter and they born carrying in Mgo i Waitl Tiai ions not with much the jail in the Fronton 01 i Mong of irks Mert j better of the Sid cred Tho Bill by this to port recommend Al that the Bill be proceeded Haven at inst hip a paid that Hoyun had imputed Dis the Latte the Down at the office nobody knows who he is working traffic on Sion was at a standstill and about v i cd u c r Canadian construction co was at a latter is to All purposes in since in the round 1 the railway shops shut Down o in let Savici Aho convicts Are not at All pleased with the new from Kingston Foster will proceed to Pena institutions of the j honesty All Thor five firemen were injured to Eccie when he examined promoter of the before the up said College Man Van county jail in which Rounsv prisoners Warp rep Loyal by private Rori was Burn Cal with conservation commission mis a Gas main objection was to the proposal that the men behind the project were capable of going ahead with the enter prior As the who had built the Canadian Pacific and the Cana Dian Royce said that Sifton had expressed his opinion As chairman sane i Al jul keen in tins Conn i try years As labourer rapid Man april a Farmer cast of town Canic Long no information Clarkson against f to the services were conducted by c0 main at the Presb Verrian the edifice crowded Katl ways Wox on to the t i of Lunial Procos headed by the Cranbrook in was tax five per the net the been wis Itje in this Modifica Tion of the said Only or was paid by half a Loxen Hanks in varying amounts to a Bill and then worked for its i he Banks doing the largest Busi Ness contributed a larger sum than did tiie smaller the change in rhe heh Clen was practically if the Canadian Banks were to continue to make direct Loans in this particularly during periods when Call Money was loaned at Low when these made As Low As 1 to raise Kates was frustrated april the ence this Short to which thru on forces hold Confer into the rear a Poison of the and had in Chr office of very soon tin entire voila action of every Point situation buildings was threatened win 1 Nershi with a Nui Nhit Werc to give Over water Powers of the i k drove the flames District a private but he Lisant opposed the Bill living three Miles in y Pforr f Arclar provincial con stable Janus was sent out to Ofreci an and railway an in in chair t work re scots also prot Logel Hor i hat draw but the of ironies Werp badly Hurt i think it is a lamentable Situa when the fire first assumed said Bennett last Ous proportions the prisoners the province Shoukri to placed in removed under a position and made Hie the shop built Lins my Stock of the Here of very and Rand has guaranteed of Bonds in height from to a main Anri the Money is Here in the Hank and Structure Ihrer stories High the the men who said would build losses by fire will probably run to the Railroad Are afraid to even come stories the losses by i dont scr any Chance for that fire will probably run Sio 000 Railroad Ever being five firemen were four w Cornwall will the first and three others Are reported the he sub Corn a wild cat not be harm would n o pen in a room at the Tel with iwo men to act As he became violent during the giving the guards a very Lively it i Nis morning magistrate Clarkson Mam wanted to know if Crooks a tothe Bill was satisfy act icy held an inquiry tory to he Eily of City said he would prefer not to make any firemen and the of railway the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen knights of pythias to which the in their commission has handed Down mourning the pythian the ladies auxiliary of brother Hoot of l Hoe motive steamers which run Between Montreal were Accomma Odall with car and John and Mevlean polls up the Al the offic into an agree Cal Wilh the s in were Rai Vav co and the Ca a Farsi was a Lars italia co o the Illust Beautiful Forroi j j hair of one per this i he to turning half the Panks j profits Over to the says the Fairbanks party proved nothing new april pro Fessor Parker of Columbia University has never believed Frederick Cooks assertion he reached the Summit of mount he says that the Fairbanks expedit it Meni until the clauses of the Bill were Manitoba almost iwo cars and dealt lie Druied that Chr working for Farmer sin the i of Winnipeg had been As Amend had said that it was not satisfactory o a vote was then taken on Boyces Moas Sines to carry goods from Eastern Ca the precession passed through the Nara to British Columbia coast ports reels All the minds in the business for about Twentyfive per cent less houses and offices were Cross than hear dec my the railway Iracks to Eeme Content with this Chr n m t in applied to the the merr c tolled slowly most commission for an order compelling an order for it to on the Mhz Nedosa jail to await committal with e0ods 5hippcd to to Brandon in Rev has been ived p St tlalifa3t o i Bra Frh Coll Mia which j would give the steamship company Ajas not to be comforted and no one further advantage of ten per j More keenly than the railways protested and the com1 with Mission has upheld their Contention for some time joined the Bridge it is understood that Perry graduated from the nor Dis he pointed out conk essayed Mountain from the Southern while the alaskans scaled it from the he does Noi Tiona the report of Success of the Fairbanks expedition Bur he hold that until an ascent is made from the Southern Side and the records compared with Cooks that the explorers claim cannot Scien a tidally be parkers which will attempt to scale rhe Mountain from the Southern will leave Vork april Tion that the report As of Morna continued on Page 5 age is the Manitoba provincial sunday association will be r ing the resides at Kil erts when in Vii vote of 53 to thus kill Shrewsburry ire Ever the Friend of fatally injured vent Emch will at by being thrown from his in tout May w to
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