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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta f f u v 'MONDAY, APRIL f, JOMM'TOftftAMCC OCAO "'fc ASQUITH NOW OF April WM tonight King BrHiah Minister, j. if r t GUARDED BY For Ik Etfhprr NEW RAILWAY 1 BEINGSURVEYED LARGE PARTY Of C. P. R SURVEYORS, HAS KIN JtT WORK DISTRICTS WHICH ARE YET TO DCVf 18 INTERESTED April con- ference of ministers under the presi- dency of 'Herbert H. ch'an- cellor of the exchequer was held prior to- the commencement of, the day's aittinf of Parliament! The Mtuatioa discussed in ,a general way, the prt-mier elect, H.' Asquith, being anxious to hear the views of his eol- 'leafues concerning ".cabinet changes since in of ill succes at recent 'elections; the cabinet -is to ranged M to" avoid, far as 'possible the eiecUou't made necessary when members ot the House MUOjis or holders "of under secretary- ships ''a re "elevated to cabinet rank.. v David I Joyd George, ol the BoartT of is still a favor- the although Mr. ,Haldane, who shares' the Liberal "Imperialist views j quithr.who is understood to be' a candidate for the jSame post. There is no hurry however, about the .var: ious assignments, as Mr. Asquith T will "chancellorship v until the budget, has introduced- for Eaater. Mr. Uirrell, chief .secret ary for Island, is slated for. a -change of office and it is an open secret that John Burns, of the govern- "menf Aboard will replac Mr. Birrell. It 'seems likely that the Hon. S. Har'oourt' will-- be- in- cluded, in thH new v .the lianie Churchill also fig- in- most of The Churchill' would involve an election in the stituencj-', which Churchill representa. of'defeatT froni the -lorecastitiig-of cabiDet Winnipeg, April Free Preas says: A large survey party which has done a most important work under Jthej direction ot the Canadian Pacific Railway will 'complete itf work, this'.week, the members of the party being expected to reach Edmon-. ton within a few .This, com- pany which consists of wi- der, the direction at the'prevent time of Engineer "McMillan, left the line of L the Canadian Pacific at Weyburn, and proceeded westerly and., north- direction Current.? %Proor" Swift the trip and" south', of the Crow's Nest branch" until they "reached Lethbridge.-From Lethbridfe proceeded 'L north, main line, and struck" the -ij new line south of the main line, the C.- P. and south of the Crow's Nest branch is 'apparently contemp. Utcd. In the .northwest it has been suggested that> it was-Uie intention of the company to build a line from ickrinto Edmonton. -'The pres- ent lin'u betwen and the capital runs via1 Wetaskiwin, and the line would be conciiderably t. Jahn for many waV HIM fw Canada, with ifc in this city, at Un this morning. 4 TWO TENEMENT LUTED HEART OUT OF A MAN IN countjng of the ballots' the elections in Portugal up in some boxed arc being guarded the police and shorter. "i number pass before j steps could be jMy y j -r- -rt A troops. iNoi Republican has Ihus far elected, arid although theere be through _ alnwit erriory covered. by Mines of The between Swift Current is all' open jwrairie very 'little From Sedgwick ptoceed-, in a, northwesterly ,tp J-. No announcement has by 'thev Canadian the of the, worksdbne survey f party. It stated. by the survey that the company 'iraV had in view_for some time tKe building of a new line-from Weyburn'to'strike the'main, line P. point somewhere in- the vicinity of "Swift Current.., This -would in'reality be an extension development and; would fallow, ot the shipment of. freight the Tifiii f The icy polls. No" official'.sUtcaMrnt as to-the num- ber of or wounded aa h-as not yet been JAS. WWIY London, April old' tenement houses'iii Castle St., Oxford; collapeed early this morning, as thfej result, it is supposed, tof gas'explosion, is'believed that, forty people, mostly are buried in the debris. pp to been taken from." the ruins of the Castle 8ti tenement? and it is believed that several others arc atill' buried t in the debris. Twenty 'persons have been taken out alive and strarigel> enough, none arc seriously injured The accident, which was at first thought to' be due to an explosionJof gas now turns out to have been caused through the foundations of Uie structure being weakened by the excavations for 'a new building ad- joining. ALBERTA IN A NUTSHELL M. Purtee UD Ohio stock man, established a mule ranek at new main Edmonton at ceper, Tabcr, is being sold by a bailiff. A. S. Fowler, of High River, li the proud owner of a Haired 1'lymouth Rock hen that laid an egg 6i x i and weighing ounces.- C. E.. Hoc, manager of the'Eastern Townships at re- signed to enter line of Busi- ness m that. town, i HLs.succcs.sor, is G! oC Sherbropke, Mr. 'F. HL' Leonard rcslgiust hia position- us oVv'the" Pine her HEALTH'UNCHANGED bulletin is- uedk this r morning regarding the icalth of Sir Henry OampbeH-Ban- nennan, says that the patient had a good night and that his 'condition remains unchanged. TO BUILD HOTEL Edmonton, Alta., op- tion has been given by Byron, to a company of promoters represented by M. Lannic, for the property at the southeast Jasper and- Fifth streets. The, isr The object have, property is to erect hotel' costing Pit Three Stitchis K id Ike Vital Orgu Repbced New York, April World'to- day Bays: "With a knife wound" his heart lhat was every minute bringing him nearer to death, Robert IngHs, a resident of Yonkera, taken to St. Joseph hospital in that city and within fifteen minutes was on the operating table wheie the .surgeons opened his breast, lifted out the heart, put three stitches in it and replaced he organ. A''few hours Mer patient was able to- talk' and" the- physicians said that his recovery was possible ak though his condition was still con- extremely as the chance against Inglls leceived his VL ound following" a wordy alter- cation with three strangers in ,the street. The] hospital .happened to be near and the injured man was hur- ried to it. The -stitches Had to be, HINDU TEMPLE DEDICATED Sau Francisco, first Hindu temple in Jlhe. Western" world accordiag: to San t Francisco yen- datta was night in .corner of A'enster aod-Filbietx The' taken the heart wafa distanced- cd or between beats as had they been uken when the heart was contracted they would have been" torn away when the organ swelled again with blood. Removal of'a portion of two ribs on the left side was necessaiy before the' heart could beN taken out. The slitch- i'S were mack' with catgut. JnglSs, whon he recovered consciousness ideu- lifiiHl How el Forninsky whom the po- lice, had arrested as the who had assaulted him. r nions rvthe proiraMe elfcct tuan's -retiKnie f f-. It is'lundisputed the. 'ex-Pre- mier's tact and popularity werejlhe moral bond holding the' in- fluential but discordant elements I which have been-iir-power up to this time. The leaders appear to 'be quite ,w ell satisfied; witli the situation, but 'some others ques- tion the power of such an imperial- ist as keep the laboritea from breaking away from giance to the government coalition. On the other hand Timothv" Healy's vitrolic denunciation of Mr.-Asquith during tiie debate ___ _ 1 ilorley, -'a1-' weh-knefirir old-timer died as a govenunenu of thtevfeotintry coal. there was -a very: sick maa inside, frhey went tin sitb-. ing chair had just previously- been' rooking, sonic food for him. The. R.N.W.lf.L'. authorities- L08SS ORGAWZED notified and -with Coroier 'inbotham, and Di some constables went to visit the place. The doctor after n examination a vvvB declared that death was due na- tural apparently pneumonia and heart trouble >forlcy lives in a shack at the east end of the traffic bridge and since that a -grand Pawson, ofsCoaldau the. resorts across, MACLEOD PUPILS ENTERTAINED j By the of. the Local School it- t -r i _ _ i, t Athletic Association v y v jFriday jiight tlie- baseball and foot- were picas- in the House appear_4oiloreshadow a da bond-which hold the Irish national- ists to the existing administration. JOHN MITCHELL TO BE EDITOR Indianapolis, April Mitch: ell, retired .president" of United of announced that in in future he; will, devote hia attention to'a labor paper which he will establish in .Indi'anapolia. The object of the paper is the'securing o! industrial peace' between the -mine and operators of the country. BAD PRAIRIE FIRE DESTROYED PROPERTY OF NEW been experiencmg some of the' hard- ships of being written Vwidely and.thorough- ly'read the Herald published -letters .written by farmers in this, district the results their fanning operations last year. As Mr Pawson had'a crop thfAt'was worth -writing and reading 4 about" The'letter'has been copied by Jour nals al over the United States entlyVas he Was been receiving'let- ters "in abundance from practically every state in the wheat belt of'the United States and many from outside that belt." -The -clipping often 'was sent him and a long list of questions lodge of the Arights of for Alberta will be onranized this 'sum- mer at the time of the "Calgary One thousand members arc required before the .Grand Lodge can come in- to existence., and that number hsis been practically secured. Last week Supreme Representative of "d 'O. P. have been closed, he has been, put in charge of the property by the Evangelist McirardLy, beUL-tnror ve- ry succcsiful Wesley Church "yestorday. Tn. the mbrnmg 't'or; of J for him to answer concerning the SETTLERS QRATH NORTH OF MA. f prairie fire on Saturday .after- noon devastated considerable territo- ry north of Mograth before K out. John "and Henry JonK, recent arrivals from the States, who had settled on land pur- chaser! from the O. W. the chief nuflerers. 00., Both hud their outbuildings ami feed burn- ed although reskfenww saved. There was another fire emit Pinchcr a't two new No. 2'l af'Pinchef Creek Sentinel Lodge Colcman. 61; DAYS Lot Shows No Sign if Awakening countrj' ;eould produce such crops as he told about. After answer- ing of he got tired "and on" Saturday handed a bunch of them over to Immigration Agent, A. to attend to. Among these were letters from St. Kansas; vVan Mitre, 8. D.; Hma, Wash.; and New Salem, N.'D. v An amusing incident _was the re- ceipt of the "clipping from a Norwe- gian writing accOiii- panying it except the word "L-I-A-R" written large acroaa the top. Mr, Pawson not understand why his word should' be doubted until he got the letter translated hack into English when it was found that "wheat" had been translated by ua- Thc Pinchcr Creek Lodge starts off with a charter list 'of thirty and big bunch of candidates go through at a special meeting on Wed-" of this week. The officers of this lodge arc Chancellor "Commander G. E. Wyckofff Vice Chancellor, W. Tucket: Prelate, Rev. W. G. James; Master oi Work, J. J. Giliispie; 3f. D.; Master' at T. 'Ramsay; (vecper of Records and Seals and. Master of Finance, C. E. UiscocWs; Master of-Exchequer. T. Hinton; tn- side Guard, L. Tot ten; Outride Guard, W. G. Cox; Grand Represcnta E. WycVoff and Rev. W. G. A banquet followed the institution Los "Angeles, BeuUh has completed the sixtyr firat day "of'a sleep puzzled and baffled .the many physicians who have' investigated her case. She shows'-no signs of awakening but little hope for her "recovery is entertained. It 13 generally" believ- is at times conscious of wliat going on about her and that frequent fluttering of the eyelids indicates a tlcaire to shake off the trance mhich has -been medical- ly described cataleptic imamty. spoke consccratioo, neces- sity and its results, a', very impressive service. Atr the meeting: in the afternoon for there was a large attefutance- The list addressed the -Bust1 oir.'l'A" Surt v -t address about thirty. to lead At the evening f Principal Hamiltoa.] ij'cd.' the association he _ cordially welcomed the visitors 'io the' c-ity. hoped that their stay would be made interesting and tfoat they wpuld carry away pleasant memories of their, visit. Principal Toriie replied for Macteod, expressing.the pleasure 'their visit was giving them, and rtrusted it would, result in, mutual i 1 good feeling .between the youiip peo- pie of tho respective towns.- He howed the value of athletics in both Ottawa, rccom- nendation. service coin- niesion. increased: salaries be presented- to: Parliament for iprovair The government nwy also 'jring down v legislation' on. sub- "cctrof civil, service" The term of Lieut: Governor Jitte, >f Quebec has it is un- icrstood that-ht will continue in of- ,-chool and nation and believed that the training now being given in uur bchools the future tof our great t-ountry wpuld ,be safe in the hands the. rising gonerotion. 'The students provided the music. Sousing choruses were sung by the as a whole and Standard V contributed "Johnny and "Gwine Back to Dixie." The selec-, tfoiia by the string quartette as us- ed that Mrr. X JAPS GET GAY of On lodge. Wednesday evening, April 1, of the city last night but no serious j damage has been reported. L itRAL NOMINEE tN NORTH YOUK Newmarket, Ont., April one of the largest conventions ever held in North York, William H. Johnson, of ex-warden ol the county was nominated by Liberals here the word for "com. The evidently jodged it to be outside, the ranfe of possibility to an have a crop of corn worth acre." A reward his labor came on Friday when G. C'. Poore, of Plain- view, Texas, wrote ordering two bw- shels of Mr- Pawaon's Red Fife Such are the varied results of fame Sentinel Lodge was opened by the gentlemen at Colenvin. This loxtge starts off 'with forty tic The rank team, from the Fcrnie lodge was in attendance and exem- plified iho -third rank aiad itsl efforts were greatly appreciate by. Ora6d. officers present and much as uril by "the the Lethbridgd Herald. Ike speakers was the Hon. A. ft. jAylcsworth, who severely criticited the COURKJ of the in Par- liament for wasting, time and making false cliargcs. A private company is asking a 20- year franchise, for ctectrk lighting in Tincher Creek. TO BANQUET SHAUOHNCSSY Toronto, April Toton- to board of trade decided U> .tender a banqaet to Sir Thomas Shanghaea- sy, president of the C. P, the occasion of the new short rowte to the West via the event June Itth. officers 01 the Coleman Ixxige are: C.C., J.tW. V.C.. D. J. Hill, 'E. 1C! Webb; M. of W., Leyshon; M. at A., W. G Nome; IC.R.S. 'i? M. of F., P. Me Fltec; >T. of Ex., A.'T. TVivies; t, G W. T. Oswin; Davtcs; Grand Ixxtgc ReprtWentaiivw, J. W. Powct and D. J. Hill; aRcnsates, Rev. E H. Webh and Leyshott. A hflnqwct by D. J. Hill wfco is a roj-al good followed institution w" the 'lodge. Mr nttr U. t, ComulaU at Bruta4ty Attack 'Native Staff was packet! full. Taking as his" text Luke 14: 18, "Theynllivrith one con- sent began to make Hardy gave a very sermon on Excuses'nnd reasons--forr not be- ing Christians. People as- A- rute are not manly enough to1 thcir-rca- 'sons for not becoming Christians but give excuses. In to 'the ex- cuse'that one is not" to live the Christian-. btV- ii he" did start, the'evangelist argued- that "in serving God one His strength, rtrusting Hnnr.'-continuAlly or live andlao Some make the excuse many hyjxxrriteV church, .it is not pie think and is niuctf Muliden, April Japanese intered .the United States consulate today and brutally attacked the Tia- ive in for} private, Consul General Straight a.. quisHion on the Chinese police _i the" Japanese wero arrested and tak en to the Japanese No apology has yet' and it is possible that the be made a subject of diplomatic action. Cattwr'fglit, but not until next. fall. LIVESTOCK predated. Tom Hamilton contrib- uted a couple of humorous recitations nnd the programmo closed with "God i Save tho King." Complaints Againct the ln-{ tpvcter STEAM THRESHERS A complaint against the inspection j of live stock at the. local yard has j been registered with the Board of, THREE NEW SETTLERS FOR THIS Trade'for their action.--. Shippers, claim that" the brand inspector frotn; 'ack of experience 5? incapable of j lulfilling his duties." A particular DISTRICT BRING ERY IN MACHIN- se aropc a fovr days flgo when a Cardston horseman delivered a onnch of horsos here for. a dealer t -vea rrnrn .fKi> nnrtH TYlt The people of this district evident- ly to some crops this No less than three steam threshing outfits arrived 'on Satur- that the stotek- would be in, -ho yards roady for inspection ssveral ami Sunday. H. Tomffthr. a settler fromNLnke City, vrho outside. The best iinrf. ncble people on earth um ia the church As Jor there being 'too much to givi up. in being a what gives up" is as no'hing' to what oao roceiyes. In reply to the: cxcuso'that they do not "feel" lSke-itT he stated that intelligent men. do good and turn to. God p'n ami judg- ment" because they'know it "is. .'right; Tt is nnimallike to net .on emotion. If ono will wait for feeling, God -AJH chasten ont in lovo cmo' lion. Replying to who want is going to Milk River brought his steam outfit with him licsides a car Harry Kilmer oi Fairmount, Herman. Kil- mer of Anamoobe, arrived with cars yesterday and went on to Ma- brand, were pointed out to him bv! A car for Red 'Doer, from Butto, .Mont.. lours bt'foro .shipment on the regular rnin. the next day. The inspector rriwd and was handed-a memoran- OI othcr turn of tale and the description of on the different horses! by the late' owner and the; IH npont. Hut as some of the brands dim and he could not thrm to hia own satisfaction, the inspector to issue his ccrti- through 'this morning. aCate. As u i per had to hold over hii horses for twenty-four semi to Cardston Hill and '-Mr. were prime movers in tlv- institution of this Mr. Lambourne pays, a viail.lo the lodge at Taber tomorrow night and then goes north to -xwganize afKed Fort.-SaskivtchCr and IHdsbury. time to atat- for tho previous owner, and cancel that what tVy wanted was engagement for the sale of the sion and not more time. at their destination, causing Thfs speak of experience and Rive a common and evening the evungcMst 'will I considerable expense and 1 of two; leaves fronr his own i view of will bti his lost nifrhf hctr, mhtn. ho will reply- to some of. his-- give his last on, rncnt DISTRESS in PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia, April cityj council will be asked this week toj appropriate not lesv than toj FELL" OFF BRIDGE St. Thomas, Ont., April young Knglishman named Dawsnn Wnte, 26 years of ago his life at thf Wabash bridge last night, H> crossing on the bridge when a train approached and as he stepped abide to permit it to he losi his footing and Ml over. His wifp ad mother and a son wore on-their way to Canada. relieve the dis-.tres? araocp the-unem- ployed their f The Choral will meet tit- morrow evening. The place of meet- j ing will he announce m tomorrow's Herald. ;