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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta News fgr the. Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Halifax, N. S., March j' Montreal, Que.. March tion in advance of any existing in; Quebec elections are expected to be Canada has been again undertaken held at an early date. Premier Gouin by Nova Scotia, by a bill introduced has intimated to leading Liberals by Premier Murray providing for pen- for a good colliery workers in accordance with the old age com- missions report. Montreal, March seme time past, Madame L.J.Forget, wife of Senator Forget, has been receiving letters suggesting that "black hand" of Silician fame requiring a sum of and that if prompt payment that it will be well to prepare for the struggle and the elections are ex- pected to take place some time "dur- ing the -month of May. The Conser- vatives are organizing to make an active fight for every seat in the Legislature. Port Au Prince, Hayti, March The refugees in the various legations in Port Au Prince to the number of 75 will leave here for Kingston, this rnorniug on tus Merman cruiser ure- men. All but two of the refugees re- fused the government guarantee of LOTS OF SETTLERS People Flocking into this District From Across the Border The settlers are ilocking into this district faster. than ever. This morn- ing several cars of effects arrived in the city over the Canadian Pacific, for distribution around this district. John Ferslin, of Bottineau, N. D., brought with him it steam ploughing outfit, several horses -and other fects and will settle on the land he purchased at New Dayton last fall from G. C. McDonald. He already country. Kimball, S. D., March by a gale and travelling faster than a horse could gallop, a. disasterous safety if they elect tovreturn to their hasi sfrverai large ploughing contracts. homes. They preferred to leave the Ed und Roy church> of inkster, N. D., brought two cars of effects; Lome and I Ed Whiffer of South Shore, S. D., have a car each and John Driver, of Irish Creek, Ont., has -a car of stuff waa not forthcoming, death would, prairie fire swept over Brule county follow. The attempter at black mail Wednesday night, devastating 500 Aimed high and this resulted in the fcuk of collection being all the more Difficult. The case was immediately square miles of land and spreading destruction everywhere in its path. Beports from Platte, in Charles Mix placed in the hands of detectives county, said that the fire had spent St. Petersburg, March com- mittee whose duty it is to on the qualifications of army officers. with him. All were billed for Leth- composed of Grand Duke" bridge. _ T. 0. Knutson, of Clarissa r ui War Ruuiger, aiid oilier Minn., is: throntrh with n officers of high rank, has to settle at iVew Generals Fock and Reiss to resign j their commissions. These two offi- cers were charged with complicity in IN THE PUBLIC EYE Allan B. Macdonald, of Lyndon, Alberta, who has been nominated as Liberal candidate at the next Feder- al elections, for the constituency of Macleod, was bora at Glendonuld, Glengarry county, Ont., in 1843. He received his education in tlie, country public schools and spent the early part of his life on his father's farm. In I860 he engaged, with the lute Hon. D. A. Macdonald, in Alexan- dria, Glengarry county, and entered into partnership with him in 18S9, under the firm name of A. B. Mac- donald Co., and subsequently he 'firmed a, partnership with the late John Chisholm, of the same place, which continued until 1881. In the DEATH OF J. STOVAL Loses One of Its Most Prominent Men NEWS FROM Mr. McDonald, our school reports that there were five of land filed in one day laatj week. JiowviJio is a hustling business tre. It now supports two smith fchops, a gcuerul store, a daacj hall, a postofDco, und a harness shop They are all d'binjf a good business We also have n machinery (From Friday's a good school. The death took place this afternoon Hrs. LiJa JJessey, who has boon re shortly after one o'clock at the Gait Hospital of John Stovel, one of the oldest, best known and most es- teemed residents of Lethbridge. Mr. Stovel has been confined to his home a' year Mr. Macdonald came west! week or more was yesterday taken to the Gait hospital to be operated upon. He passed through the operation successfully and this with that a man who is itself about, ten miles north of there, surrender of Port Arthur to the known 'AS Ive Edrado. an Italian, has or dose to the eountv line. Japanese. General Reiss complied known as Ive Edrado, an Italian, has "been placed under arrest. He comes up tomorrow for trial. Winnipeg, March despatch from Fort Frances, 'Ont., says that] Calgary, March Bald- win, a young man 16 years of age, from the R. N. W. M. P. bar- with the request, but General Fock i declined ending an investigation of TELEPHONE FOR TABER Taber Free Press: .We have the assurance from Mr. W. C. Simmons, M.JP.P. that the Government teleVj and located in Emerson, Manitoba, in partnership with J. A. MacDou- gal, doing a general merchandise-bus- iness. The partnership was dissolv- ed in 1S32, and Mr.' Macdonald engag- ed in C. P. R. construction work un- til the completion of the road in 1385. The following year he organized the- Glengarry Ranch Company, Limited, siding with an aunt in Chicago, be here to live in a. few days with her father and brother. John and Ira White expect to build a house here. Tbfiy brought in a carload of horses, North Dakota, so we arc fold. Sir. John Reynolds took a ot be expected. .As phone line, which is now being con- pany continuously to the the pres- structed from Macleod eastward will ent time. He is married to the eld- American settlers living up the Big i racks last night. Young Fraser was a r, j- Chioasro newsboy who came west tor Fork river opposite the Canadian adventure. He got into the toils of i aeennea ending an investigation 01 "v-" of the late Mr and the chafes brought in connection i Taber Some time this summer.! TT int orougin zn, connection! Mrs. George Harrison, of Alexandria., with his nwnr. Hnf.1 with great benefit to with his Smirnoff, serving his sentence its morning was reported to be doing j'wbeat to this week. j The echocJ teacher reports an av-f erage attendance of '21 out of'24 enrolled. Williams was in with a load of wheat last week. I Any parties wishing to employ teuin and driver for looking up! claims should see Editor White. He has a good team and wiljjj take yon on any reasonable the day progressed, however, he grew weaker and passed away peacefully this afternoon. John Stovel was -an old timer. He !had "Western Canada for nearly thirty years and had practi- cally resided in Lethbridge since the day of us birth. He was a native of Georgia. When he came to Western General Stossel who is! business, interests of Taber as it will j the fortress i Put them in province NARROW ESCAPE Last week a serious accident befell I of St. Peter and St. Paul, is engaged? m report that a nine vear old j "ic Ui fhl writinS his- memoirs. j----------------- the K. w. M. P. last week i HAN boy who was kept in after school and UAN t> ,.j tit is said, without anv provocation! did not start for home until arter -A. i i n i -n, the plunged a knife into the back 01 Ottawa, Ont.. March Com-! dark.-was killed and eaten by tim-j p wolves. His mother getting anx- _ _, Baldwin was committed brought to Calgary. here he had been terday afternoon asked him to throw out the ashes from j the stove, he made a sudden get-away, with' a11 Waiter Canada first he engaged with a rate'considerably below the'ooetj j Canadian Pacific railway, then under j of a livery team. Address S.E. M and Busings, iic people for 7 Write for general He is "one of 'the C.' P- R-'s oldest employees is one of the best and most of- j ficient men in the servic find In his j anrole i new position he will scope for his ability, a The report in the daily papers: oriirirmtiny in the fast rbat THE. _ROYAL CROWN SOAP CO. had sold out to Lever' Bros, is entirety untrue. huve i-iot ?uul out to concwu. but are still makiutr Distant secretary of state and i sarily. was: brought into official con- the Manhattan' Trust Co., in Tux- tact with the distinguished foreign j ar -visitors, but just what he did or did "T carc to cause offense ia not known 'matter'" said j "Will you confirm or deny the sto- i Sinclair seemed to be all right to The cause of the tragedy is not and had supper at the usual hour. known. Smith was working in his! However, after leaving the boarding talk about V''hfn Called him 4nd I housft. he had a hemorrhage of the' remarked that he (Smith) was not; lungs and since then he gradually be- looking well whereupon the weaker and weaker until thc j secret oft his rspid Vancouver, March of Hindus are lying in Hong Xong waiting to como to Vancouver, i All these men are. from Calcutta where they bought transportation to j this country. There was no trouble brewing in British Columbia which would likely interfere with their land- ing here when they left their native land. But things were different bv the time they re-ached Hong Kong ry that a separation has been agi-eed "I will suid ilr. Vanderbilt whipped out a revolver and without j spark of life went out. All that saying a word fired point blank at j dical attention and faithful nursing j could do, was done for him, but from 26 CAME TO STAY (From Thursday's Daily.} O. W. Kerr, president of the O. Kerr Company, arrived at AND The coroner's jury returned a ver-iUie very outset, little hope of reco-j today with -the company's special en r "Have you been sorved with papers !dlct that Smith was temporarily was entertained. in a divorce 5ane when he fired the fatal it was he skid. "I would Today k that mind saying so, r. Vanderbilt .-hy his wife it isn't true -sol d he did no: kno-s I knew 1 wouldn't have any hes- "ng thc he said. and they are held pending a settle- of the various questions affect- ing their right to enter Canada. The last bar standing against the en- trance of these Hindus is now down but no attempt has yet been made to rush them across the continent. It is learned that there are no Hin- dus on the C. P. R. su-nmer Em- press of China, due to rr-ach Van- couver next Monday from the Orient nor are there any on the stoamt-r which left Hong Kong yes- terday for Vancouver. that' the C. P. R. awaiting devel- opments. in "ifrs. V, pleases." i Mr. Kerr made the following I Mr. Sinclair was born in Glasgow, jment to thc Herald representative: j Scotland, thirty-eight years ago. i "There were about 29 people on .inr recover from his wounds. The bul-jHis youth was spent in the north of car coming out, and 26 of thJm hlS mouth'I Ireland and in the south England, j bought one-way tickets which means (Having- devoted his life to the serv-) that they are coming to stay. Our of God, he entered Harley College {agents write UK from all over the entered the neck. Smith always bore a ter and ood charac- n tj.f! general belieMs that hiSjLondon, England, aud after complet- i country that the indications arc T.hf. TtiCllft rkt _ arbiU is irce to do as she At .T act was the result oi te.mporarv in sanity. had an attack of the! course there he proceeded to i a better business and a heavier im-l I "Mr. Vanderbilt has never discuss- ed any question of separation with said Chandler P. Anderson, counsel for Vauderbilt, "It is all news to me and I do not believe it is true." Calgary. Alta., March 25. A j Central Africa under the auspices of migration into Sunny Southern Al-j Congo Balolo Mission. There he berta than the past year. AVe have "i labored for over five years when, i'our lecturers, and two stereoptkon health considerations made it neces-i machines and ma- sary for him to have a holiday. On chines, delivering Jf-cturcs and show-j return from Africa, he spent some ing up scenes of Southern Alberta on Witch Hazel Toilet Soap ;it the same place we have made it for of and Streets. we expect. makinjr it for many years to come. "WV- will continue to niauvi- CROTVN ;uid WITCH HAZEL TOILET SOAP by the special processr-is ;ind frr m ihe formulas that, have made them best fitted for successful nud economical use with the nurd of this coiintj-y. Save Your Wrappers for Valuable Premiums serious affray occurred on Monday jtimc llis in the old land. the stereopticon and moving-picture Amos Tuck French said he did not night. The locomotive foreman at 'thcn out to Canada and ;'machines, and getting large crowds see- It is evident B'rawn ilr- affairs, "ifv sistw' summer at my homo have to say." went to thf: interior -of the snowj commenced a course of study in Me- i wherever the lecturers go. In plough shed at that point, discovering Toronto. tions of the country where we have four young inside, evidently of! African however, had so under- been getting people for the last -two "rifle: the bumper" class, waiting- constitution that he was years, Southern Alherla is Incoming i The Grand Trunk freight office at Chatham, Ont., was entered during last night and the safe d.vnamiu-d "but the explosion failed to thc a big jack knife with than Mr. Sinclair was and no storativo. occupied with social afYairs and blade nearly four inches in length.! Pastor could win thc confidence of) The Restorative is a tonic I Vanderbiit paying- most of his atten- The other, three carried people, more than Mr. Sinclair to tirod, run-down nt-rvtls, and but, stable of show and man, Mr. Ainsworth. over to "To know him was to love doses is nccdt-d to satisfy the .quarters and an alarm being raised, j During his sickness the loving hands! "sor that Dr. Shoop'm The old farm house at Oakland'was a bunch of C.P.R. employees many "faithful women ministered j actually n-nchin? the tirfd wpot. iy and the keys delivered to hunt up the man. They quickly! to his necessities" and the day indoor life of winter nearly al- caratahcr of tho'place-, rounded up the bunch and he died n gift of money was i W1V- ia bowfln, and and Mrs. Vanderbilt N- W. M. P. at Banff were called by j brought to him by his people at Now-1 to sluggish in jrcncral. were married has the residence been wire. Thc injured man, together with i lands. Thus, and in many other i The customary Inok of exercise und sf'ut- e articles which Mrs. Van, dcrbilt had shipped to Tuxedo the captured were brought down the people showed how much Banff. Mr. Ainsworth taken to! they loved him and appreciated his the Sanitarium and his wounds at- i work on their behalf. Tuesday gifts. many of hyr wedding tended to at once. The medical opin-j The funenil is to take piaco at outdoor nir ties The liver, .stag- nates _tlie kidneys und oft-times weak- ens the .fiction. Use Dr. 3! Slioop's Tlestorativi- a few weeks nnd "ALL DEALERS" The 1'ootbnll match between Ray- be said as to complications which may i rnond and Stirling resulU-o in a win result. The wound is of quite a sor- ion in bis is that he is doing) o'clock on Tuesday at Diamond City, j n-1 w''' b- A fjw'd.'iys will well at present although nothing can C. C. Mclvaurin. superintendent VOi5 >'ou ;ir'' J1-irH' tht- right for Rfiyrn-jJUl to I- character! of BnpUst, Missions in is ex- i remedy. You will easily and surely pected to be present, to conduct tho t'v" to flay, funeral service. Sfilf1 Kv The Material for or house until] your shed, barn von have seen our I in. Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price'' yet Carload each of fresh Lime. Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Rogers- Cunning-liani 4 Lumber Co., Ltd. letlilinsJqe, later. Stiriioo, %mmi tatii, Colsrifes J J kJ ;