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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Tenders for fireguards SEALED' TENDERS, "Tender and addres- sed to the Minister of Public Works, Edmonton, Alberta, will be received up to noon on Wednesday, April 22nd, 1908, for ploughing the following fire- guards, which, 'in case of reploughing or, backsetting should be ploughed to the full width of the original guard, which should be 1C feet in width, and of'..' sufficient d-iptirto cut and cover grass, etc. When breaking new guard, ploughing mast be done WORK AMONGST THE INDIANS ARCHDEACON RENNISON FROM TELLS INTERESTING STORY (Winnipeg Free Press) Although he has labored in the dio-. cese of Moosonee 'to. the far north for over years, Ven. Archdeacon Ben- nisori kas not lost the .gift of elo- to the full width of 16 feet, and not quenee and during the whole of his be trained to his liviuj? in a regular wuy. He prefers to trust ouch day to Clod for the blesBingB that may come that day. are of course, very different. As hunter who provides the foo'd of the j family, the Indian is free from minor cares 'and everything in nature of domestic work and is reserved for the ladies of the Jam- j ily. It is very difficult to impress j upon the-Indian the ethics of white man in this respect. j "Just now we have a doctor at i Moore Factory, the assistant coimnis-' eioner of the Hudson's Bay company, Medicine Hat, Howard Connors, postmaster of Burdette, point on the Crow's "Kcat Division, fifty miles south of here left ihat village ou Sunday last to spend a day in Medicine Hat, and has not been heard of since. His frienda are in the city today trying to find the missing man but the mounted police can find no less than 4 inches in depth. discourse yesterday evening at "Holy 2694 Keploughing fire guard starting {Trinity church he held the eongrega- at the south-east corner of j tion spellbounfl. township 15, range 21, west of j Taking as his text the words, "Am 'the 4th Meridian and following (I my brother's the preacher the line between ranges 20.and 21, north through the Blackfcot Indian Reserve to the Little Jiivcr dis- tance 38 miles. 26X4 -Eeplouglfing fireguard OK traced the vindifferenoe of the ages down to the present time and show- ed how msjl v.-as coming moce and more to rsHiizs liis rcsnon3ibilit'v' brother. "As men and.wo- study he said, 'Uforih 'boundary of township] are inevitably attracted by the mur- the Bow River west to the Little Bow. Approximate distance 34 miles. Reploughing fireguard frota Bel- ly River to the Little Bow. Riv- muring. sound of the s of the' sast, but we often, forget the- poor, "benighted unallurhif un- attractive owner, as he was once of. this coun-try, who' lies helpless, sup- 'er along the west side of .at; yeiy floor. t" ..T t_____ ...-1 Approximate distance 23J 2701 "I have had the honor to labor for more than ten years in .the ;of Moosonee on the shores of Hudson i Day. To the north is a. great and this is inhabited bv .Indians and. a miles. Ploughing fireguard between ranges.20. and 21, along tkei west boundary of townships 12, 13 and 14, to the soutti bank off Little Bow Siver, and representative the Hud _ 1 Anmnsiwv rsnrl nv and he kindly helps us gratuitously, of him. He had three but it is remarkable thai throughout the whole country, although we Have never had medical aid for ten years, how wondrfnl we can get along without it. An Indian as long- as lie receives medicine which' looks x'nir- never fails to get rid of any complaint. Originally the was a wor- shippe-r of demons. He believed in the propitiation of demons and. it is very hard to persaatle an Indian four hundred dylisrs with and fears of fonl play are entertained. SPEED OF TRAINS Slow Down to Ten Miles an Hour at Unprotected Crossings Ont., Sen- ate last night considered the Laxicas- tet bill and adopted an important amendment by Senator Beique. It provides in effect that passenger trains must slow dov.rn to ten miles an hour at unprotected crossings un- less an order-to the contrary is is- sued by the railway commission. In other words t'k1 amendment will throw onus on railway company to from.Eailway Com- mission as to the speed at which trains shall run over different, cros- i sings. The bill now stands for third RAYMOND NEWS Carelston, March aJ-r- fcernoon and evening was devoted tof Jl Raymond, March Wilfrid Palmer has returned to Raymond af- vfsit of several months to Mon 1 Bottles thoroughly washed with boracic acid water. Good ink can be made by soaking discarded or worn out typewriter rib- bons in water. Some people prefer thin slices of-j Of Interest to Women tjir baby's milk should be CALLS DOUKS AN IMMORAL PEOPLE [View Held By i- brown bread lightly buttered inseadj. Whip Ddlkd By HlGSC Who Know Foreigners of cake, with ice cream. lo prevent olive oil from getting! rancid try dropping- into the bottle' a small lump of loaf sugar, Au old thimble worn smooth is the Ottawa Mapch 27.mH0n. L. P. Bro- .m. best to use when working with flos- deur iuiormed E. L. Bordeu ___ x-i sickness comes sometimes from a natuiial cause. often, an In- with no particular reason for James Micklevein, after spend- in bonor of some of the winter in Salt Lake City has as as f farm at- Raymond, "permanent" CaFdsiJonianff. ses winch req-aire so much care. To make everlasting cement, ifieltof the committeee which i The Aid of it, he is going to- die, and, if hejoborch farawell to" 3 is mpon it he will die. j at tfce of Owly a Theusand Left want to enKst your sympathy ;Ehe chief idea in the the south boundary of township 12, in 20' and 19, to the west bank the Lifcfle Bow Kiver. Approximate distance .26 miles. 5679 Ploughing fixeguand 4wm the [son's Bay company and Little Bow River oo fee north, f .bounda-ry of township 11-19-4, eastward to the in township" 11-16-4. flistance IS Ap-p-toxinxtte 5673 Beploughi-ng- fireguard fromBel- -ly Eiver to Bow Eiver following the line one mile west of the east boundary of range 16, town- ships 12, 13 and 14, west of the 4th Meridian. Approximate distance 17 1-2 miles. 2684 Reploughing fireguard between townships 13 and 14, running across ranges 11 and 12, west of the 4th Meridian to the Bow River, and also from the north- east of township 13-11-4 south 2682 2683 range 11 to South Saskatchewan River. Approximate distance 24 miles. Backsetting fireguard starting aries of the Churcri England There is one -Roman Gattiolic nife- sion to be found in tlie .wlvoie diocese We a-re .a aeohaded peopl-e in country. Our rrfail is abtaioeS from Canada four tinies a year. Ghvi fiie summer "the oanoe leaves Moose Jactorj- and wends its way up the river to the twkje in srww I winter the liidians leave 'on shoes and walk the dista-soe. at the south-east' corner of sec- acjjc fashion, tion iiuu IniltlLiiig west to the Bow River. Approx- imate distance 10 'miles. on Fe-b. 1, for instance, with an In dian ,auci the miles be- fore--we ettrae to the first settlement where the new. G. T. P. jailway is being.built. caa obtain no neces- sities of life- from Canada at all Transit by means of oanoe would be absolutely ..prohibitive in. cost, anc so we have to order everything; over a year before in order that it may come in the annual ship from Eng- land; The cathedral of the diocese is at Moose Factory, which has a pop- ulation of about 500 people. .Of these 25 may be white people. There are no houses in the country except the houses built by the missionaries. The Indian prefers to dwell in his nom- Ploughing fireguard' commenc- Not Very Much Building "Perhaps on account or the great floods it is well' there is no great ing at the south-east corner I____-_ section 13-13-11-4 and running west to the Bow River. Approx- imate distance 11 miles. 2685 Ploughing fireguard commenc- occasion some members of the mis- sion staff at Albany had to take them- selves ..to the woods on a primitive stage erected between two of the ing at the north-east corner of where they passed a not very section 24-12-12-4 ,south I pleasant existence for two or three miles to township line, thence south-easterly to Saskatchewan River a distance of 6 miles. Al- so backsetting fireguard from the north-east corner of section 36-13-12-4 straight south on the i days, coming down in a canoe every day to see if the mission house was still in the same place. In fact, it is not unusual for a traveller when going on a journey, to chain his cab- in to the nearest tree in order to range line to the north-east of section 24-12-12-4 to meet the above guard. Approx. dist. 18 be sure that it is there when he thej coines back' "'Our busy time begins in the spring when the Indians come in from all -p., j r i-u parts of the country and camp on Flo-ashing firecuard from the r- 4. -D -D -i i the- bank of the river just outside the Crow's Nest Pass Railway foi- _. c T church. The first thing an Indian lowing the west boundary of j 2656 range 14, west of the 4th Meri- dian, and north to the Belly River. Approximate distance 7 miles. 2702 Reploughing fireguard on the line between ranges 17 and 18, from the Crow's Nest Pass Rail- way, north to the Belly River. Aproximate dist'ance 6 miles. Reploughing fireguard on the west boundary of range 18 west of the 4th Meridian from the Croxv's Nest Pass Railway in township 9 straight north to the Belly River. Approximate dis- tance 8 miles. Reploughing fireguard between ranges 19 and in townships 9 and 10, west of the 4th Meri- dian., from the Crow's Nest Pass Railway north to Belly River. Approximate distance 6 miles. Reploughing fireguard on the line between townships 9 and 10, range 19, west of the 4th Meridian, to connect with guards 2656 and 265S. Approxi- mate distance 6 miles. Ploughing fireguard along the 2653 2693 does is to come hi to the church and offer thanks to Almighty God for preservation throughout the winter, During the summer time we have ,two services a day; at 8 o'clock in ithe morning and 6 o'clock in the even- ing. There is no difficulty in per- suading an Indian to go to church 4n that country. The missionary ;s much more likely to tire "of preaching than they o! listening. Simplified Spelling "We.have schools for our. Indians too. Every Indian over ten years of is able to read and write. Las' I heard something about a for ri of sir-vplified spelling. We have Cl V gar pepper and suit wd arid, of sstrengih of-rural negaments to Qu'e-, A case of croup in a child may often j- be refieved by to the i bee. The half of the city legiinents' remaining at hcwag- wffi receive annuai driJLvat the city 4 t a i a stnp of flannel wrung out in ver-, 6 -JThe hot wafer. t. _ by the-wr own afiEtcers. ,n men to be win be _, Ibe of of To clean a zinc bath tub, take a (the whole will be- paid cytct of woollen doth and wef with kerosene jv0te for annual dtill and no oil. Rub tub well then wash with jit out voie or -1300000, hot soapsuds. T TTU" John -BCexroa of Alber-ta, suggested Water may be softened for representatives of western and walked upon dry ground, but owirxg to the terrific struggle for ex- istence with other monsters fiercer than themselves, they were driven eral necklaces, badges and raedals leaving buth the Paul and Sirs. H. Jbey bad, -the most difficult i title to one solved Can adiaih Pacific" Inaii "The Lady of the sev-fthis yeai- ou -the 19th of next mouth, plexion use by pouring boiling water TT to oatmeal, a heaping teaspoon- of the Soo line Jtncb the f. at last into the water and found se-1 ing tastefully worn, curity and refuge in the ocean. And? There were present Mrs. Whitemarj., unless the Indian by a process of' Mrs. Barker, 'Mrs. Stacpoole, Mrs. evolution can evolve to himself Sirs. S. BL. Campbell, 3Ii-s. and pass into the ocean, I do not'.! EversfieM, 3Irs. Beach, 3frs. Toffeiy, know where he can rest, and even Mrs. Hanna, 3Mrs." Jno. Turner, jttrs. there he might not be safe, if it Beck, Mrs. Van Brown, Mrs. Dpencer, should happen that he should grow .a Mrs. Leigh. Young, Sirs. Carlson, hide that might he useful or valuable Mrs. D. B. Harris.; jr., and Mrs. Ibey for 'commerce. -besides Misses McLennan, "Christian Canada owes something Woolf, Robinson, and Stuart of the t.o this poor Indian and sehccl stair. think of the great destiny that God .The second sociable was given by has before this country let us re- Mrs. Annie D. Snow: in honor of the member that to whom much has been departure of lier brother, Mr. .-Frank given, of them will much be expect- D. Snow, who leaves shortly for A.r- ed." Closing with a quotation from izona and her husband 31r. C. B. the Spokane terruijial on the evening of that day. -The high standard set In connection with this service: last year will be maintained -this year, the trains being of the finest equip- ment. The schedule of these trains calls for a service from the Twin' Cities to Spokane of about thirty-two mi1 per hour, including stops. Through the mouiTtains as fast time as this cannot liiS-iiituihed sufficient time will be made up on the balance of the journey to compensate. for the time lost on .this division., The train will be a heavier one than that of year as a different arrangement the "Parable" by James Russell Snow, whose- destination will soon I been effected for' transportation Lowell .the archdeacon said: "Let be Great Britain. us-beware that from under the heavy. The beautiful home was a blaze of foundation of bur national prosper- light and "joy forever" in the mem- of passengers for the Canadian coast Last season these passengers were carried on the Soo train No.. 9. This ity there does not ascend to the lis- ories of those present last jyear all the passengers for the Cana- tening ears of the Lord God of Sab- After the arrival of-the guests, Mr. bath the despairing cry of the poor C. E. Snow most pleasingly enter- disenchanted' Indian, for I believe, rained his friends at the piano. This dian coast will be carried by the Soo Spokane flyer and will be delivered in the Canadian transcontinental my friends, that God will deal with the introduction to a game "Mu- j trains at Moose Jaw. this country as this country does with tilated in which, each the Indian. person received a line of some well- known song. These lines were num- .bered and when the four respective Singers completed their verse of song Kentucky Officials Not Trying to Put the rendition usually vigorous, Down Night Report- whether or not Harmonious. Some WANT GOVERNMENT TO ACT ed Settlement Cincinnati, Ohio, March end to the night riding in Kentucky tias been brought about through a startling effects of vocal power were revealed and the judge in deciding as to Die awarding of prizes seemed to think that for its startling effect Mr. H. L. Hinman's quartette should 'ormal agreement reached between the v first prize as the "champion in- American Tobacco company and the Mr; j, Wood HALDANE SLAP AT KAISER executive committee of the society of equity in a conference at Winches- was given second prize. four courses of delicious re- ,er, Kv., vesterd'ay. According to ap- t ireshments were served (which reflect- parently authoritative statements made here today by members of the American society of. equity. Nearly and the purchase of the entire crops of 1907 and 1907 on the ne side and no planting of a crop or the year 1908 on the other, are points in the agreement. of the 4th Meridian, from the Ore-'- Nest Pass- Kailwiy to but t] uate that these Indians are" angels, the Alberta Railway and Cool line.. Approximate dis- tance 22 miles. The successful tenderer will be re- ;rpict than the 1st of July, 1903. All ten-! ire nvmg in a state 01 in- nocence. Temptation has not reached them, continued the archdeacon impressively. "I know by what I have of It M A seen in otnor nmcfis that. rlers'rmist be accompanied by an ac-i K., copied cheque. Express or Money Or- der in favor of the Minister of Pub- lic Works for 5 per cent, of the ten- dered price, and in case of a small j guard for not -tesft than as a' i is when civilization comes that they Lexington, Ky., March ailure on the part of the state au- horities to run down perpetrators of outrages committed by ulminated yesterday in a direct ap- >eal to the president of the United States for Federal interference in Ken- tucky in form of a petition prepar- ed by leading men of Lexington and Central Kentucky which is being put ed great credit upon the some declamatory contests and story were indulged in. As Yarn Spinner" Mr. F. H. Snow was awarded first place. The evening was unanimously voted -to be a far greater success as a side- splitter than anything given, by the Dominion Comedy Company. Those present were Mrs. and Mrs. Ducc, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest.Duce, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Woolf, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Woolf, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Lee, Mrs. Sarah Daincs, Mrs. Rhoda HimruSn, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Quiiuon, Messrs. Ed. J. Wood, Dr. Brunt, F. H. Snow, J. A. British War Minister Declines to Lis- ten to W-ilheim's Public Dis- cussion of Anglo-German Relations London, March recent sen- sation caused by the Kaiser-Tweed- mouth correspondence gives point to an incident that hapened during the Kaiser's stay at Highcliffe. Sir K. B. Haldane, minister of war was among the guests. The Kaiser, during a dinner, be- gan to allude in direct terms to the necesity of fostering more cordial re- lations between Germany and Eng- land. He had hardly finished the sentence when Haldane rose and cut short Wilhelm's speech with the re- mark: "Sir, I regret that I am ill-fitted for the honor of hearing your majesty's views on that topic. It is one which is better suited for discussion with my colleague t.be secretary of foreign affairs." After a slight' pause the conversa- tion was resumed on a more normal course. .ful-fo half a- gallon. A drop ox two of sweet oil poured around the top of a glass stopper and left to stand a while will loosen it, be it ever so tight. To get a polish on mahogany fur- niture, clean, it constantly with bees- wax and turpentine, using nice clean dusters to polish with. Discolored cups and dishes used for baking can be made as new by rub- bing the brown stains-with a flannel dipped into whiting. Sprinkle salt immediately nver spot where something has boiled over on the stove and the place will be more easily cleaned. Milk for children must he prepared fresh each day. Under no eircum- Hients should be sent to Quebec. Ea, addition, western troops wolfl'd have the usual annual drill at the home- In this connection Sir Fred-- erick gave the impression that the House is not going to rise for, a good while. He pleaded that there not Mise for given details on this mat- ter and added, "There is lots of time between now and July. "We are not going to rise next week I hope." Dr. Roche, inquiredv whether a peti-" tion had been received from the Western Kifle association, asking or ___' a grant of replied the i "hut it came i3.tic consideration at as the es- tiinaes were already completed On a vote for immigration G 'Tay- lor raised the Doukohobor question, once more. Charges were made that stances should that which has stood ?ese. people ,were illimoral- He over night be used. To give a child put white of egg in spoon, quinine on the egg, and with a toothpick rope the egg around the quinine. The woman who does her own work should make a-one-piece bib apron, the kind th'at slips over the head, of any pretty table oilcloth. To remove paint from aprons soak in a little paraffin, rub it thoroughly till the paint is removed, and then wash in the ordinary way. When castors to metal or brass beds stick in the sockets and refuse to move, remove them from the hed, grease with machine oil. and return. Alabama Congressman Drew Gun On Men Who Insulted a Woman into circulation throughout this sec- m, it, -4. Hammer and S. Vdlliams, Misses Or- tion. The petitioners arc aware that _' the president can take no action un- less the government so requests but ilia Woolf and Blanche Olson. they say it is their purpose by this means to bring the two executives to- gether in the matter. UNIVERSITY SENATE Dr. Galbraith- left today for Strath eon A to attend the first meeting of the Senate of the University of Al- j hertn, of which he is a member. The I meeting will he held on Monday when i the organization of the university Washington D. C., March shooting ol Louis Lundy, a negro and Thomas McCreary, a white man in a Pennsylvania avenue street car last night by Congressman Thomas J. Heflin of Alabama, created a sen- station in Washington. The negro received a dangerous wound in the neck .and McCreary was slightly wounded in the leg. Mr. Heflin asked his colleague, Clayton, to prepare a statement giving his version of the affray and in accord- ance with this wish Mr. Clayton last night gave out the "The facts as I have oathered them .0 stand the test for the first time. i "Our Indians ore as yet by no! means perfect. He can with, difficulty Douglas B." Findlay was brought from near Tottenham to Toronto in cKarge of a detective to answer charge of robbing his employers, McDonald Mabee cattle dealers. of poo'd faith ori the part j ground, and completed by the date of the tenderer to on tor into contract j above mentioned. cnmriMc the, work, which sum j Payment will be subject to the ivill forfpitiyl if thf> being accepted after nn flerer rpfnsps to into n proix-r i inatinn has been rmide by nn In- contract for tho. work, or fail? to com-' specter appointed by this Dcpart- Into tho work. SEPARATE t'Tidrrfl mnpt br> mn'de for on oh p.iccft o? work, and number of firr-cnmd as pivon nbovo. must bo marked on rmtside of Work mns! brt commoner! inirnodi- nfi.PT- frrmt nf rrvnt. Tho lowest or any tender not, ne- cessarily accepted. JNO. STOCKS. I Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at this Ifith dny of Mnrch, TfKR 21 2 The Senate banking and commerce eorninitlfu sit passed biii.s to incorporate the Bank of Vancouver and Ando-Canadian ;ind Continental will bc undertaken a decision Winnipeg, March if contract, has been let by the C. P. R. for the building of the new LethbridgC'-jVljacleod line to Janse and McDon- aid. The cut off will be fin- ishe-d this year, and the con- jf: tract involves the expendi- afc ture of about h'alf a million if. dollars. The line is only thirty-six milos in length, and the grade will be so jf: lieved these charges were true and the government should hold an inquiry. Dr. Cash Mackenzie and Geo. Mc- Craney, Saskatchewan, defended the Doukohobors and stated that the excesses complained of were com- mitted by a few unbalanced individ- uals. Hon. Frank Oliver replied that none of he money would be used for the Doukohobors unless possibly in. connection with" those now at Fort William. These, it had been under- stood, were willing to go to Russia negotiations were on foot looking- to that end. Dr. Eoche, Marquette enquired, whether any of the immigration agents in the United States were in- terested in land companies. "None of the replied Mr. Oliver, "but perhaps some of the sub-agents who are paid only for a part of their time. Any regular -agent who is known to- be interested in a land company will be dismissed." On a vote of for the pur- chase of a buffalo herd-Mr. Oliver in- formed W. F. Cockshutt, Brantford, that a couple .of herds brought from., the United States, escaped during the transfer to the buffalo reserve park. The park, he said ,was originally in- tended for a herd of elk. He did not know that any elk were in the park at the present time, but a certain individual was under bond'to place A. herd there. Mr. Cockshutt wanted to know if the buffalo and elk would do one another injury. The .minister said that they are to be found within the same enclosure at Banff. Asked as to the cost of-a fence around the park, Mr. Oliver said it had been M. S. McCarthy and W. D. Staples are as follows: Congres- asked as to the truth of 'the state- man Ellerbee and Heflin were riding ment that a Mr. Ayotte had assisted down Pennsylvania avenue in the j Howard Douglass manager 'of BanS direction of Capitol about, 6.30 park, in the purchase of the buffalo j started. While in thc north the mem j bers of tho Senate will be led at, luncheon bv the'Lieutenant I i Governor. APPOINTED CHIEF DESPATCHER Fred Kenny, who has had an ex- tensive experience in the railroad bus I inoss, has been appointed chief des- patchor of thc Alberta "Railway to succeed A. F. Worts, resigned. He o'clock. Ellerbee observed before he j and had made money thereby. Mr. U-ft the car at the corner of Sixth j Oliver explained -that Mr. Ayotte, street two negroes drinking whiskey who is the Canadian immigration. cursing in the presence of a agent at Great Falls, Mont., Wad acted lady who sat mi n seat with them, i as .in information agent. It was He remonstrated with the two ne- largely through his exertion that the groes about their conduct and told! buffalo had been secured to Canada. them to cease their cursing and swear- j At the evening session the rost of After this occurred Ellerboo. o-ot. ith iary lor the slight that it will be equival- i enler hls now in thc Uhft but Mr. Heflin the lady and A LONG SLEEP Los AneroKs Cal.. March Gc'IJa Hawkins, has now surpassed all records for long in this state according1 to authorities at the hospital here. The worn fin rests on cot in a cntalopUc tranco. Today wns fifty-second dav of the wo- ent to a level line. Work will st.irt upon con- struction n.t once, and a large number of men' will be em- ployed. course 01 a wee. man's sleep. of a tempts to LOCAL OPTION DEFEATED Shnwvillo, Quo., March boon without sue- option was dofoulod lioro by ton vntos. RIG FORCE 'OF Kdn'ionton. March force of j over 12.000 men will bo employed this summer by tho contracting firm of Foloy, Welsh St-owart, in grading tho riplii, of way of thc G. T. P. in Westorn Canada and after July all the forci1 will bo concentrated on that portion of the lino between Edmon- ton and TV i Rnf-rt. off the car on the west side of Sixth year ending March 31, were passed. street to go to thc Metropolitan hotel j On Tuesday next thc supply bill to- when; lie boarded leaving no one onjtalirig obou will be dcualt with and after it has received, royal assent the government will have suf- fflcient funds to carry on the ndmin- 'istratkm- of public affairs till the the two negroes. He hoard'one of the nojrroos use vile language toward Mr. Hoflin. Heflin was being assa.iilt.prl. in the. car which was then crossing Sixth street. It stopped directly in front of the St, Jamo.s Hotel a run of about 100 feet. Mr. Hilir, drew "hi.s revolver to 'defend himself a.nd struck one- o'f his assailants on the head. One made a motion as if to draw a weapon from his pocket and at thnt both rnshod at Mr. Hofliii. May estimates have voted, Toronto March. to ob- tain a-pair of buffalo from the Banff farm, Toronto has .to put up a-bond Of as a'guarantee that-tho. ani- mals will be returned at any time af- ter three years if the minister of the demand. ;