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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 'v: V :-S t'I _ i AN AIRSHIP WEDDING Mud SaffeitiM Sot to ihe Cdv Fur Akril A few ago of the Domin- fair, 'an attraction for Uie fair of Siobel's air ship to give flights daily. The Morning Albertan yesterday received a letter from "an American resident of town on the south 'line, stating that he wait going to marry and wished to have the ceremony pet-formed in the airship .during one of its nights at fair. 'He plans to have the air- Khip' start from a part of the grounds not on regular and to tra- vel to a point in front of the grand and there have the ceremony It is thought the manager "will accede to the M it card. would prove a great drawing AN ALL RED LINE SUPPORTER II the Probable Chan etllor of the Exchequer Mo'ntreal, April London cabk Bays, if, as most politicians seem to becomes chan cellor of the excHecpaer, the All Red route proposal should be. greatly strengthened for he has been throug out its warmest advocate in the cab inet. It is understood that it was ehieflj on hisk initiative that Sir Wilfrid Lau rier made his projjWttlbjta. the 'im penal" conference." cabinet is getting fresh esti mates from which it inferred tha the cost to the British Excheque will be less than at firsst ccntampfot Strathcbna's faith scheme i! ELECTED BY St. Jplm, the epbeis of the new provincial cab- net, of Hazen Morisey, Landry, Gruuer, McLcod, and Fleming were Iso elected today without Opposi- iou'. A BIG MERGER Ottawa, Ont., 'April A merger with capitalization of 'million ars.ljas been effected through auial- A THOUSAND SALOONS CUT OFF Ottawa and Cope ajid Chatterson Company Toronto and Brantford. LOCAL OPTION IN COLORADO Denver, c April towns n Colorado in which elections were d yesterday voted the question of local option. Nineteen of the elec- ions resulted in no license and 14 0tcd to -license saloons. THE WHITE Washington, AND THE BLACK April lloosevelt today his let- ter "of April 2 to attorney general di- ecting proceedings by injunction to compel certain railroads of the south o furnish equal accommodation to white and negro pa.sfeengers. FOR A LEG New York, April first judg- uent under, the labor law passed in New York' in 1906, making railway companies responsible for. injuries re ceived by an employee through the negligence of another employee has been, awarded in the Supreme Court, John Tono getting a verdict of for the loss of his leg in July .1906. NEW DAYTON SHOWS FINE SIGNS OF GROWTH to Fire Tbeasad Acres Will be Crop Year rces WM Dedsnrdjr T Htwever, UOMS Cities Chicago, Ills., April iquor contest in Illinois has result- ed in a with the saloon winning decisively in of the lur r cities, but losing in scores of small ones, 1011 saloons being vot- ed out of existence. Tho returns as collected .by townships 'arc even more impressive from the prohibition point of 828 townships or more than three-fourths of the total number be- ing closed to the saloon. Only hy inning in tho larger cities did the liquor intercuts save themselves "from complete; rout. While the "grog shop" was not an economic asset in the city government the prohibi- tionists had a decided advantage. Where financial entered largely they lost. Although they did not "chase the demon they profess satisfaction with the result. BIG REPUBLICAN SWEEP Mayer Busse Has Strong Following In Chicago City Council V V ONTARIO OF THE. AUTOMOBILES "I myself- have, been com- to pver a fence, nnd 1 tell Ahat if I had had a rifle would have been one niotbrist in this roads to be driven away from them by. a rich pleaij- ure seftlciug men irho are seek- ing to a t public race We don't propose that they' V J. G. Lethhridge, president pf. tho Dominion. Grange. 4 "If "a detect iveVw ill come to Newcastle f will'place him on a street I'll guar- ahtee that he' will gt-t seven "convictions a McLean, Newcastle f "You, ask what makes the price of so high. I f te.ll you it. is the automobile, The can''no longer 4 send bis wife and'daughter to market with V Grose, "The automobik is not a "'toy; it factor of Jt busines'ot" and -it restttctad to certain days_ T. A. RusaelI, president" of the, On- tario Motor "Mytate convention today elected eight iclegates to the national convention and instructed them to vote for Wm. liryan for presidential nomination. 'Huron, Repub- lican state convention elected eight delegates to thu national Republican convention and instructed them to vote for Win. 11. Taft, and use their influence in. his behalf for the prcsidiin tial nomination. Dover, Del., April Republi- can convention, met'here today unl elected a" full delegation to na- tional "convention at Th-> detegafe Twere not A re- nolution directing the national dele- gates to Secretary of War Taft, was' defeated overwhelmingly. TKe platform endorses the adminis- tration of President Kooscvclt. sx __ QUEBEC ELECTIONS _ Premier Gouin Bound to Go to Country this Spring WON City, Missoun, Apiil entire Democratic ticket; headed by Thos. T.- Critende, Jr., for mayor, was successful in yesterday's election by a majority of 500 over the Repub- lican ticket lleadt'd by Mayor M. BODY FOUND Orangeville, Ont., April body of John Hambly, myster- iously disappeared last December van found yesteiday in an unused vat under the old tannery building. He a man sixty years of age and earned a living at. a well digger. When last been alive he had been drinking hcavilv. the Quebec, April the face of re-! ported'_objections from Sir, Premier Gouin seems to have dpcided to hurry onl the. provin- cial election at the earliest passible 1 Wall.IfIIAWfl The" prpmiet wants next see the end ofi the present session of the Legisla- ture and an almost immediate ap- peal to the electors is to be made by the government with a view of bring-; fng the jMjople to the May 15., EMMA GOLDMAN IS BACKINTHEU.S. AGAIN Crossed the irternatioBal Border DAYLIGHT TRAIN SERVICE en the Crop's-Nestt the American n to'his" condition is ser- ious. those who have a little money ''ahead to wait- middle states, investing it. In the. fanners are freer to NEW PARKS COMMISSIONER Toronto, April Board of Control decided to recommend to the City Council the anointment of" Mr. Thomas director of col: onization for Ontario -as Parks .Com- missioner of place of Chambers, who has resigned his po- sition, i inycst; and it is from these .that the immigration will be this year. Speaking of -Mr. ITun- ter.; paid .-that there are four steam ploughing outfits there now mui it is expected that there will be four "and Ihousnnd acres of crop! in this spring1. The people coming, moans behind thmn nnd j arc goinft into funning in earnest. One outfit has five men and eleven horses Mr. Hunter is putting in six hundred acres, of crop in his own land. The town is going: ahead, the store will open in two Weeks, and another liv- ery stable in a short time. passed a resolution repudiating the other resolution as spurious and de- claring" that no such expression had authorized by the association. Ottaxva, April neces- sity of the constructian of at an early o[ c. r R at roplylllK, nyCr. train. The American tossed House. thc VotLra'SfT9VUal for a through aw reticent as to what occurred last Winnipeg. He says j Goldman wa.s certainly detain yesterday at and OH tllO Ol'flCl" Ol the west and ihc general neodjlsc; tho put on a day-! tion'OHkers. There is a report 't of. increasing the transportation: service between Medicine the efTec-t that Km'ran Goldman Even with the small crojtt Crdnhlook> B r. j un thc tr.Ull to Voyies liei of last summer there has aeon- Sia lmm m.ko dose conncc. I self to bc nn nnnrchist aml lhat o gestion, he said, and it is a, question! with th, {n.nsccntinental trains this statement Tnimignition Inspcc government. From this correspond- set gave a review of the growth of Abridge than that us about June! Hoo-train on iho o'rrler KISSED KING'S HAND C.B.'S HEALTH LOCAL NOTES T.' W.- -Crofts has resigned managership tha 01 the condition of Sir London. April bulle- tin issued this morninjr re- Henry Campbell-Banner man says that the former premier, p.ii-sed a gotxi night and had a fair amount He continued to suffer from weak- Herbert Asquith's M Prime Minister oi England London, Apiil vacancy in the office of Prime-Minister of Great Britain, caused by -the> resignation last Sunday of Sir Henry Campbeil- Bannerman, wa.s announced during the audience between King Edward and Herbert Asquith who had been summoned from London. Mr. quith first tendered to His Majesty his resignation as chancellor of the exchequer and: immediately' thereafter he kissed the hand of the King on appointment to the post of Prime Minister-and first lord of the treas urv. Oaltrary, April Alnertan re- eivcd thc following despatch from irivatc J-ource in Montreal, said to ie authriitic, "'The Canadian Pacific s unquestionably considering the juilding of a second lino >ibviace oMMiiHh Columbia with a enninus at J Tardy B.iy, near nor hern ond of Vancoraver Island. A aroa at 1 lardy Hay has recent- y been Ijouded by an unknown party about S50.000 worth of water ots have IKJCJI placed under bond. iVhile no definite information has' given ai to who 'is behind this the general idea is that the Ca- adianPacific is negotiating with ths' iltimute idea of running aiiother line tcrost> the province from Winnipeg ia Saskatoon and to Tardy 3iay. some time the CJ'. line to Vancouver has been taxed o Us utmost all the time to handle the trallk and it is understood that the road has' been .casting- around for time for a second line. BURLINGTON Burlington; Ont., April basket factory here was destroyed by-fire last night together with Om- an's blacksmith shop. The Canadian- Express Company's office was located- in' [he factory and all the recofcls of. the company are lost. The losses are estimated at about with -small insurance? 80 POUND STEEL Wiuipeg, April B. vice president of the-Canadian North- left for tlie. East tonight. He thai company vements nt-'s >nanyJ improvements rhh main line from Winmpei: to Port Ar- thur with eighty "pound whethrr there was much more trans- at lhc Hht m daylight, which is bet- (or Smith bai rod her entnmcc to the porlation than twenty years than.taking even a sleeper at the United States unless she could pro- Thc problem of wester a- agriculture -unearthly hours at which the tram I ihuv citizenship papers was the problem, hcrc u'nless the farmer had -market he might as "well cease producing. Dealing with the advantages of a WHAT THEY WERE PAID Ota.wa, Ont., April 8 the sen- ite yesterday Senator Scott said the 'lirectors of the QuefiGc'bridge had imid-in fees since reorganization of. the company in 1S97, of which Hon. S. N. president, rcceiv- d .The secretary had ra- -vived and ior travelling from 1S97 to date and the railway to Fort Jtfrr Knowles stated that -the.distance from the centre of thc wheat pro- ducing district to Fort William was about' the.'same as to Fort Churchill from- Fort' Church- was abo'ut the same NEW FIRE ALARM BOXES MiriERS IN THE FAITH U.THe new' Mire alarm boxes" ordered. 'jby the fire department, seem to bo ns ln'ejr claim, the to bo liad. They are simple and complete n. -and give but little opportunitv for Birmingham. All hopes of n tl Six English Miners Scrawled Their Last Praver in Chalk the safety of any of the entombed lool to mnnko> xxith thorn the -local branch "Bums Jt Co. and will devote himself to ;hisj.ranch north of the city. He is succeeded hy B. F. Juvenal, who been for the company but who was formerly of -V _Threc ;cars or efTects j came in over the C. T. K. last night.! Chas. Setters comes irum-pftyton, I Ohio, and will.settle at Coalriale.AV.j _ M. Caven and W. both; Will Succeeded in War Office by of Kwsal, X.D., are' settling at Lcth bridge. They each nine horses with tljom. The R.N.W.M.P. 'arc .very anxious to locate the owner of the bay colt rising two years, broad white stripe down face, ovor upper Hp' and.right nostril, white shading ofl on' rifht side efface, near hind leg with.dark 'spous on coronet; about half, of 'off'hind hoof is white, mane and tajl bUck. Has" wire ..cut 'on Witsidc of near fore fetlock, also wire cut: in frbftt of of? forcorm. The colt was brahdod on left thig-h but thr-brand has been burnt owt. EDITOR BOUNCED Ottawa, April Nicholas, editor of tgeological survey publica- tions has ben dismissed from the gov- ill t distance as from tlie Atlantic to Liverpool. JThus-: by this distance from Fort William to the Atlantic would be1.saved. -basis he calculated a sav? ing annually to the western-farmers of on an export bushels and on..the cattUi; trade of per head or approximate Jy of trade. Thc cost of the Hudson Baj- Rail- way he next argued would not be great.- The country through which the line would run was 'not difficult, while the distance necessary to bo built was only '170 to ._ Hamsteao miners, were extinguished f I weight, which rdcJiM'd causes the al- blackness 'and horor of death.' The came this one of thc rescuers, to be sounded. are numbered and each rings its rck- a er nunibor thrfo times before tho long bojourn in the depths 'i weight runs asc2imed. with now.s that )________________ even- man who heard it, nnd called i unwilling tears to the 'eyas of who have hornp unmoved these eighty ELECTION THIS YEAR? days of suspense. And no wonder! _____ For what thc had to tell i was this: In a distant part of north workings they found a group; of six. dead men, and chalked on a) ;board ,'beside thoni. thin thrilling; THALDANE FOR THE LORDS .London. April latest infor- mation in all circles points to .the strong possibility of..jLhe retirement Lord High 'Chan- cellor, who it is..understood docs not bland very high in thc estimation of Asquith and the appointment of R. sccrctaiy. of state for war to with the peerage at- tachment. It is known that HaWanc is ready to leave the" war .office. _ lie wojild have liked to have Ijccomc chancellor of the exchequer but it'is apparent that ThivSd Lloyd Oeorgc, ernment service on the alleged ground 4- iV would rerjiure little expense tliat ho inspired publication m the i c. v .ioi its wharves. The country sur- mjnmg: press of. San Francisco or; 'rounding'it was rich in timbtr and other Mr. Knowles differed with the Hon. Mr. Sifton. on the method ,of paying for the-new'road. Mr. SUton propos cd to set aside a of thc western- criticism -.01 c S work on the Falls of Niagara.- Groves, of Montreal, has been pointed to- the vacancy. Mr. .ap- This is the colt recently traded by ,president of Trade, has one Moshicr who was this week con- to that otnco in his pocket in -the event of Mr. Haldane going to .theUpper house Churchill onder sccrctRry ofr the colonial otnce niost likely get the war office. vkted of theft And sentenced to two weeks imprisonment. police are find out otfflnal own ers of the colt. Moshier comes up on Friday-on the .of- obliterat in the -brand. Halifax, N. S.. 'April' steam- er Adventure of the Newfoundland sealing fleet has arrived at St. John, Nfld., with skim. 'She reports the steamers Panther Walrus lost but the. crr-ws were saved. The Virginia is reported to have skins, .but the rest of the fleet is poorly fished. The catch can hardly reach the average. TO TAX M.P.S. Ota Ont., April ft. Foran intends to propose ;iv the City Council that the board of control 02 asked to secxire legal opinions rcs- pccting the intention of the city to tax members of Parliament and cab- inet members: lundsto provide a fund.'-Mr. ICnowlcs could not do his duty to his constit- uents he said, without showing that the west paid largely to the federal revenue and got little in return ex- cept by the genera] expenditure of the. government. was''time that the east should make some return m the Mr. strongly to the tyiniffilrp of lands from settlement and taxation aWWofo thtj C.P.R. lands. Already many sections of the west hart been severe- ly handicapped by this extension, also expressed ment with Mr. Sh'ton' on the liph-of pre-emption. Lincoln, April to- This would be much wore congenial day voted to retain-': the saloon by a board of trade, majority of about 300. LORD-PRK8ERVK US' l H. Curti.s i J. Guest. i H. Watts. T. Cole. T. Johnson. Joe Hodgkins. For we are trusting in Christ. A Village in Mourning Wilier, of thc Salvation Calpary, April Loughecd. who to Calgary from Ottawa, yester- day, stated that it looked h'ko an election thin year until the report of the, civil service coin- mission but now there is :.doubt about _ it niid'it is rc- srarded as prohnble' that thrro will In- another session. SCOTT SPEAKS FOR GOV'T. lipjriua, April 'Scott tliis afternoon defondod the po- rtion of the government nnd its re- cord during the three years which it hus! been in'office. He said the zovernment had undertaken every vork that wa-s necessary to be un- dertaken and had met every situation boldly. was the work Ins colleaguen had done_aiiice :he country on his health seeking 'rip and .adopted the work of'the'gov- %rntnent during that time. TWO MORE ARRESTS Calgary. April eonnectiori with the safi' cracking event on Mon- day'morning when tho Alberta Laun- dry safe was blown open and two hundred dollars taken, two more ar rest.-; won- made early yesterday looming of young men named "Egan who Registered at tho Quoen's Hotel as from Seattle...This uujkes four'suspects held and the po- licn the mine has aban- doned for the in his quaint- Irish rcci- pinno solo by Hcade. Mr. Carr were greatly enjoyetl. Tho "Quartctt" was somewhat hiisky oi wrrv? still alive the follow- ing morninp.. Kende has acted as C.r.U. operator ju the Lethbridge station f-r nearly a year past, and, his genial manners ami beamintj sjood nature, has made many friends, setfurinc -rno nfyajr Wns the occasion of his the services of American workmen on behalf of tho Dominion Car Foun- dry Co. His disallowed the having the po- sition of Assistant Agent at. Bow Island. Uurinc the evoning: was' appeal on the ground that althoupli wr5h a LIQUOR MEN WIN Milaukee, Wis., April received tonight show that license won over no license in the majority of.towns in Wisconsin. RIEL REBELLION VETERAN Toronto, Ont., April j aM, tho act, generally, sjieaking. foreign labor importation. Mich im- norl at ION was noverthoiess jvmuJ-s in a caso sulficiem. num- smoking pipes, and hi> carries with him the wishes of all. for a grcnt unit Jesting in his new field 01' labor at -How Fslanu. ifr, Gibson, a veteran of the Kiel rebellion j -wrs Of skilled workmen could not be Head e left, this morning-.'In "take' up WAS .buried tdday. Ho was -J7 years found here to operate a" new new duties in the coming metro- years of age-, try, ;