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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta i; iv i V TJ- J v -t Ac Deal '--at 3- 2 Jlt f" c V J 4-V k 'T j I if. A >t -4 (tiy- r 4- t 1 TO QUTTPUBUC I1FE university a'ud 194 h 7- Regiment raid Dr. Gcod. thirty yt'Htfe. tKe the' Herald.) Cix-olc. April j. ofUbc pi of Pythias lujW here on Wednesday night" Hall. Theie attend ante of were admitted at IhQ institution of the lodge; a SPANKING TOE FtfMr Lawyer 7 A -v-W wl Retire rmi Xelion, April cpmmu- niCRtion his own signatute, pub- lished' this morning in >thc Daily W. A'. Callahei, Koo tenay_ announces that he will not a atW'approa- Dominion elections. J F. .J of'coal iVanc of thc Yelson tnc Aeison larger 'jnls is making aiiangements to sum a LilK'ral comentioi of thi- imc by" the, ie and were the greatest them is a w iliatinust bjctwfgiit thev, not be. U; aif April 10 T .their'liyO'j in colliery Hanks of Knighthood, the new offic- ers taking pui t' in the Ritual woik. i'i a most creditable matmt'i. O, P. of lodges and grand organueY present to in- btiuct the boys in thc-Si: uork and lus exemplification oi the work in the various fauks greatly the local Aftei the woik of con- ferring junks and 'urgent business had been transacted, was served FLEET HADE SUPERINTENDENT GROWS WEAKER Kootenay to noinuule a Ididatc as stwccs-sor to Mr. GaUitt of F. J. Doauc, 13. S. JudKa of this citj 'jand-J' A. MacdonaW Df For the Coiiserva nouiiiiatiou tho naiucs of W. A. YUcdonaW; K.C., F. presi- dent of the JioHrd oi Trade and K. t of "this H! F. Green, forntcrly'of oow liv- ing.- at Victoiia, 'me the nanu-s" nien- tione-il.' and speeches, indulged in. Hro. Lambournc recited Cup's Last the enjoyment of all picsent, Six more applications are before the lodge" mid it is safe to say that when the boys get going thc standing of the Ixxlgo will lie in thc iront of frnteinul otders in town. i'Co t i'ipf J the in is t rat t i n.i YP I_'-' di-strict at V JlcffiKJ BARRIE MAN DEAD Barie, April ren, one of Barie'h best known busi nes men died this evening. He leav es a wife and two children COMMENDS ROOSEVELT For- Attttudt Toward Anarchists, the in DOUKHOBORS FOR THE KOOTENAYS Ottawa, Apnl F. Monk a.sked in the House this afternoon what tcncleis or proposals'had date by the government in connection with the all-red route, tho pieinicr replied. "There is no cor- rispondciice of any kind pn xbe subject." 4 lion. Ceo K. Fostci r t.tsked Judge CasselU ,would commence his t.isk of mvcKligating tho'marine de- partment and also whether there wouldMHJ a depaitmental investiga- tion as. well, i r fr i Sir Wilfrid .fudge Co-s- sells had received ins commission ami ho presumed as ".soon as Ife could not sa> as or not- there ttoultl also be a departmental inqui- undergone a 3- Of secure: a trtict of: Ianidvf6r''. permitted tnt-up ;in read 11 he IKbse knowing the real, Sir a.s> citv-; CODI s. fayii 'veffec't is London, April' Times an editorial this morh- i ing on anarchism, says that the, pros i-! lent filtered a campaign that' will command tho sympathy and noral thc civilized world. particulart> of hii proposals, awaited with Lhe deeiiest interest in all the states of'tlie Old-World and whatever may ba his struggle with' ter'ible evil honestrnien- Tw CiU for Thai, in Sas- ,V7 btchewu -Wart a Warn Place Uon. Trunk Oliver told- -11. L Kofdon 'that Blake Robertson, "assist- ant tommlssioiiei of immigration has In en investigating tlw Irrcpularit'es '.it Halifax 'Ahuh let I to (.he dismissal of Mr.- liickey It would be, he thought, if UK- Opposition would" i ot pi ess foi details until ron- clusion had been reached. MV. lloidon- tho lmiormhLion ri hi ought Olivet- A lesoliiiion fixing Xelion, JI.O., Apnl :hc- leader o'f thc is! lil1 lho in .Canada., s fit this city1 suit tx ;d tonight -afTc 'hcC.climatc t'-r Jn Connect.on with' this wliere will fray. wish him1 victory in the Dr. Ciurib. A., owing-t 5 hevHwill not to c provincial elections. county- at the corainf LAWYER 4 Toronto, Ont., George, Chesley, has- been> arrested the instance of .Edward HT'Hale, anlallefi York, April- o{ the 300 shares of of refined were- of the Silver Bar "Mining, com- SUGAR New grades advanced 1 per c 100 pounds today.-..; restaufani I Von. no too for histmm- that propused- to in Canada nto''British Columbia, them Lin neighborhood of- Xelsoii, ugot T If. room foi here he would thc balance -to tho Coast'and settle them neai He leaves Jor Vancouver Saturday mor- ning to look over the situation thcic The "Doukhobors number per- sons, comprising twehir. hundred fa- man's bill to amend ihfc- inland lle- thfre was a revivnl the alcohol'fiiHher as1" to The Bonid ot a resolution endorsing of the Vancouver Board of Trndo ad- vocating a of a thousand on rough lumber and HO cents on shin- gles nuuiufactun1 Mr. 'IVmpTeman replwtlj depart- hnH imnt with watching th'e >xperi- interest, hut that so1 far that so iV" it achieved no success. All the market alcohol of" in yc ut the grain rone at tho agricultural distilleries. FJI to H. S. Clements, west Kent, he gave the price of denatured Tuido tonight pnsswl a lorsmg the resolution Itllcoh2l ia thc at tents por wine gallon, or forty-eight nine cents per gallon, 'us BODY Ottawa, Out., 1 Graham bos been invited to address J CARRT BOOZE "n t'K ;ha reportsr'arl'iKK which place the whaler :a gigantic Aitier >aeverarhp ihc tiiialiy. J broke iloose'- anti MYSTERY IN BELLY MONO CITY- L "trp' to the present found .m-'the Jtelly Iliver-ncmr Dmmond FCUR YEARS' PENAL SERVITUDE of the in hcxs not" idontificil. It that several jrtcks as the'bridge out drawing his pn Volico are in vest I m this afternoon. :t'The body was wounds were seen that didlTipt a la- look c filth Empire Day, and will accept if Par- liamentary- dutie-r..rwiH not prercnt him. i Important Ordtr Mail Carriers Issued by Postmaster General or WILL AMEND LAW Toronto, Ont., April a result compared with sixty-five centsi'n Ca- i ad a pet imperial gallon. The main i oasons for the differences in price" wore that coal and coin were both 1 in the.. United States... Tlich- :vid Blain wanted a state m.-nt as to anti-cigarette legislation. All. Tcmplciiuui .said that this bill not the for dcal- Ottawa. Ont. April with thc question Howevei, I naster gencial has taken n new sympathies wcie entirely with ipirture in regard to all con-j Blain., Sir MTilfiid agiecd that 1 tracts entered into mail carriers' have the approval and' of a conference between of the temperance people of lives of the'Ontario the Dominion cigaiettc piohibitiou had no lef- to excise legislation, lie went Dom'inion Alliance and A proposal will be included' in all Secretary Hanna, temperance people contracts which will prevent the mail fuithcr and frankly expressed a doubt as to thc wisdom of prohibiting im- [loriation, manufacture and sale of The wit- -Arcit Calgary; PUW T Ail Fit i ness :who: yesterday waiji.'foimcV guilty lor to.Mhe thiec-' .Uv. I bwt no-i 0. T. ollic- has on .from the DpininioiiCfRir. -way, of itert Lowjcs IN SPEECH AT i last .riight v the" "s i mine; workers b'y 'jr- vote examination will be made to sec ihore is any ground for foul play. or a railroadman hating a and dark ter for so long his features, are al- most pnst recognition. was a large man, j Hijout ISO pounds w ith the object of from carrying intoxicatingt ,ng their-use by jouths Tfe could liquor. As it is at present tho mail f not sw why cigarettes nny ________________ j carriers bring liquor into the country 1 baneful than aiu oilier Jonn C. P. R. OFFICIALS ODflHWCtr along with Hu Majesty's tobacco. Tersonally lie did and Mr. Lemieux has made up' ,t at all 'tis" mind to have stopped. If t The premier told of stopping a boj my one violates this part of tho con urarerte on streets of tract be will bo dismissed by the de-iihr> capitol and spying oartnient. I oy. you should not usj did thc boy asketl Mr. 1 Jkrgeron. "I i-egrct was replied Sir JVilfrid. He ______ 'concluded by 'the view hat this a matter chiafly tor a SIR WILFRID LAURIER AT- j r-omcstjc rcmetly. "More can .TEKIPTS TO END STRUGGLE jy spanking than anything else-." he BETWEEN DOMINION COAL1 of Winuitwjf. surface' manager of thc C.P.R and .some other-C.P.R. ials are to on Monday. Tourth Vice President Peters ha.s signified his here some tiim> in the early- part of this month. SHOULD REACH A DECISION AND STEEL gathering at the each The'pYogrrtm'Tor fe'wv tlays; has bccii -than The accomplished toe r by. ij4 was mxich i jRiMfenoe the- rremier Mr'ipT'KC-wa'sx sity for-firctit Britain of her "the cannot keep a'- colony by 'note oV''lhe lo -forty can -footl .jwfortMMNce. and njifit-tp kcicp PROHIBITION St. John, N. B., Apnl ot the Now Rrunswiclc_Tenippr- ance Federation at the first sea-ion j of the Karen which meets April 30, will a petition- forj prohibitory liquor I.IWT for New I Ottawa, Ont. April H. llninswick IrUimmer, president of the Dominion ______.__________.Iron rttcel Comp.mj had an intcr- ixiew with Sir Wilfrid "Launnr, at do, which called for April' 14 "at Tolc- T XT! ;i ASQUITH WARMLY WELCOWEO Henry premier to return-1 Kenora, McMillan, a few caatiui Here Ust niphCtbe enfine. of No. 87, westlxmnd, large thai had Wkn on thc track from and was completely PAID UP; GOT OFF with Nia'gara Falls, Ont., April jthe premier's tax collector of the lo'ng drav.n out itni jnrmiC-ci to a chargefthc Dominion Iron ianuly, commit-'arbitration to present dispute bc- j suicide this morning. He jwas I found by the roadside about half a 1 mile from town with a_ revolver by ihiaside. Life was i w wife and lamily of lunalL to rfse his influence. HIGH PRICED HORSE Wash., April declared to be the highest price vor paid for a draft horse was hand- .1 to W. R. Clemans of Moscow, Ida., in. reference to Grangeville associ.i- a Percherori "stal- Co "and' Hor-eowner-> stockmen that the horse is urccd txvof %tn 'n ln'3 part llle interfering! ''he stalHon a dark brown' IS five of nge, weighs pounds and -Jands 13 handi and 1-2 inches. The association, which is comjxvsed 10 oxvners, will establish a breed- ing fiirlrt Grangeviile, oi S with the business of the country in view of thc large jhtcrcNts rcixirtctl 11 y t-nch He strongly urged th.vt ef- (forts Ixj3 ninrte" to effect a ly ami aprcemonf. all the FACTORY AT NELSON, S.C. twoen the two companies WAS Nelson, B C., April oae of cd Hon. Senator who is Inrnrc-1 the natural results of the large nuni- K interested m 'joth con- bor of fruit ranches started in with the ptvinLr aim i-'listrict, a jaw has ha T ed with English capital behind it. ;