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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBtRTA; MONDAY, APR I I-Vff I -I IS GOING TO OfTAfA Rcpresoil CanbUr ii Deaad for Gov- enmeri Elevators Wm. KNOWN 1 i IN 'V r WINNIPEG -i Acctmd Commit- T ting Murder Hear Mor.treal r-'j -A' Winnipeg FnaiT )ield in" Mont teal Vn the having murdered OsfaivDeloinme "near. Btook c'lhuerto.which he lias confessed.X'w Winnipeg ,Two yoare ago he curliM the mail between Win- nipeg He did not live his wife and'about ant. Hbj wife and live at St, Pierre, May., a murned sister in St He Was a Store OnicrU: Capture Ike Perpetrator tf a Series tf I tit fi I Ifc I lanes Yicta Was Few Lpf a rm N. Cke H Ike if rferer Yet Dbwnd k FENCING BUFFALO PARK ji 'Edmonton, Alta., April for ilie fencing of the Buffalo jpaik on Buttle livei closed Saturday, and were opened here by Howard Dominion Poiks Qpininission- Twelve tenders 'in all had'Jbcjn local a thc rale bU1 witl lliukn thc estimated coat. to'the Herald.) C'Jidston, .Cpiil the most important meeting- of'jhV A.'F. A. during the' past yeai "was -held 'last Saturday iff thif [Thc foi the seventy 'Hall. ThV attendance was more in fencing wtfi J1 keeping with the these j'of f1'000 decided bv the A. F. L Uhp Old Man river and' for six miles A general officers to be r elevators f owned Hiid operated by Governmeitt." _ Thc_ Itcal asaociation was tlioroughly. iii accord with this view after hearing tlie strong points made, by and Jel t-V Some of these stated as being the removal by this method of temptationxfor profit at farmers' expense and puttiup the product in reatlitTctouch the? .j- _ r '4. _- big mill ov> nei ;-tlie ofcuiore weigl by cleaning givTng' -''j 'grading and at timc waite. at-home the as -laving freight on this waste, izing traffic control freight rates throngli the government the "nctual cbndi- tions. ,_, The to. send a delegate fiom the to ,pttiva, to co-opeiats othe'is gaUiering MOUMD POLICEMAN MURDERED CONSTABLE WILMOT OF FRANK CALLED ROOtCVELT A FOOL Anarchist Soouttr in Toronto 5lrys President Roosevelt with Vio- lent Words _____ Tuionto, Out., April de- nouncing tho aimichlst brood and cal- ling for then exleiminaijon in Ins recent message to Congiesi, Pi evident Roosevelt denounced as a fool, by Alexander Ueikman the anarchist leader" from New Yoik at a It'ctuie heie today, Roohcvelt, he claimed, wa-> making the mistake as Russia made twenty-five years ago in hying to supptess the anarchist piopogah- Ait.., April S. Wil- mot, a R. N. was thot oarSy morning in rear'of the (manorial hotel. He ditcovored dead in a pool of blood at 7, a.m. The body was still warm. An revealed a r large wound in the nock on the right For tha wook there have bton toyerat burglaries including Jribb's naroSvaio store which was broken in- to .and the cath box rifled.' An at- tempt wac alsc to rob tho Irn. aortal hotel. Wilmot was, ttationod on duty far the ni jht and it that the policeman in attempting to arrest the party wac shot. Thent is no clue to'tKe jnurderer so far and an inquest will "Ve held. shot in the neck with a shotgun. The whole charge en- tered hie neck and tearing terrible lole in it, severed the windpipe. Wilmot came to the Pass February j 23 from Pincher Creek where he was i known. V Sergeant Haslett, who is in Sere wired Belcher and jpector Primrose, of Macleod. both are at the scene of the crime.' Coronor CoUman, held an aittrnoon. The jury trie house to catch the clprit >vith tho rooult stated. adjourned until) Tht ralativo. live at Monday. AlSwsihjthe Mounted j I Closing of Frank mines has thrown lice are domf allvm their power to viewed the find the criminal, j no clue can v v 4 found. r V -f The robbery wMWCommitted at, the Imperial Hotel iMtrTuetday and Wil. sent tc witch the back of NOT STORY -_T__jt._ ThprnhiUw'Apirl of Sterling bank j i of anyattacH on thc bank liifht List "by burg- IHIS was protluct of his iniHgination, and -ays he nev- ermade. the to that effect. who one of on the scene alter the, Alleged slioot- coanboratch Mr. Henry's -Jli- s.iys that the wounds in face could not'h.ui Mf down Frank hac thrown many imn out of tmploymtnt. Somt art aimoct of GOPHERS SET PRAIRIE ON i tj afternoon moio were in. One bimch included, r thi- .uuUvay con- .struction iL is nlloffect cftiigliL 'sbukesl 'them xvifli kCroseue and .set fno to them. 4vJhe terrified little creahnes JUIL out, OIL the piaine starting a large fne.? f 30 CHINKS JAILED _ >7; f Chinese Store at Regina Raided by the Police'" hrus J udg-e judgment m the ease of Win. Oliver find nick Wakely against Cnmrinjr, nnd liryun, tronlr.icrois- for tlie Jso- Ixuon Hospital His Hoiioi dealt j JJejmjii, -handed slou, of jjftck gmg the city tonight and some Chinamen ariested xand marclied to the police station where they weii> in ot-lls to iiwaii a hearing claim of Williams this side. He has apjilieation for Subtrmtract for a miles o; note IIP had it. Brosvwil -iJ-.-ly-t2ke oi the big cut Just j -.nosn the nver. Mr. Janse "tart tlie 20th with sixty or seywity men -ami about-one hun 'Innl teams. He is" having difficulty n securing and have pump- it from the a' .360 fp i? being, made .at the mat -the Maeleotl 'roa'd which earned ancl 110 other L the i CUT OFF 'GRANTS t> To Indian Boarding Schoo's Conduct- ed bv Religious Denomin- at ions v _____ Ottawa, _Apnl from thc fudian that-it'[ is the of thc "government to i discontinue making grnntsMo thc Tn- boat ding' schools WILL, HOLD INQUEST S Since information has conic to Coroner con- ieminjr man found dead in Dm nvor, that-r has caus- him to decide-no hold an in- he done at ten o'- clock tomoiron: inorning at the ccin- whcie the botlv Ixi C. P. R. OFFICfALS HERE hunicd'foi ix-Cogiution. .It is_expect- off tho man's death Iwi cleared up. SON-IN-LAW OF A FAMOUS MAN Inspected the mented and Compli- e Management CJ- lluiy, Winnipeg, manager of ilfc C.P.LI foi thc Supt. Litwrence of'ilc'licme Hat 'and Supt Itrownlee- of anbrook, were BOLD ROBBERIES AT TORONTO Toronto, Ontv April men took from a man and boy whom they held up at Sunnyside. Sat- urday night and with odd "magnam- ity returned to a watch which was valued as a keepsake. Ilic-haul Glygle. .engineer at the In- dustrial and Proctor Corner had fiti'd :i liui on "the- property in addition to the lions filed by tho 'other two plamtuts. William Oluei i had ahiiiidy signal in de- fault of appearance for ?7 IH95 and Hick Wakely 11. f vook up thiT Lluinis T M ihf4 n.s suppoitod by claims nnd that 111 iho citys for hour this mor j bc.y, uere_ Thc -party look a the- and the local managers on the gointf at thc "staiiou line' and the tther deport- mcrits. T was in the city all i i day yesterday, and totlay Ho has authorr7e he was captured down in try !v% Tvas attempting i on a freigbCtrain.- Officer Douglas saw two men together and tKey started to run one finally taking refuge -in a He followed them and dovetcd both of them. Before thc-y could ishcot he had 'slipped thc bracelets on them and "then marched i hem up town. of Arbkratiot Net Likd t ought to result in future remedial j mined some ago was islalion of vast ''benefit to the IVteibOro. AFTER EDMONTON FRANCHISE t lively competition for'tl way bYre. Several corporations' aro_ after it. I MM Y BRITT Francisco" April r n JAfacFarlandj, Chicago- light weight street wlupjx'd Jimmy Hritt, in the sixth thisaftVrnoon in their twenty (round contest, at Colmi CHANGES IN GREAT BRITAIN'S CABINH SNIFFED THE -CARCASS Cd s and Borun's Team SniHed the Hot and Got Badly Excited .roni Deceased born Fcbruaiy 7, it Kng., coming to C.inndar he joined staff of'f- he Examiner, founded by Sir Francis' Hincks. j Tn 184U with the Hon. Win. Mc-v Dnngull, Mr. Lindsay arangod for the North American j "one vhk'li Jour years-later wns'-morged J tfams' catisctl cvcitcment is Mt in London btrnnply vith the deceasod edit on lioimd-Street on Saturday after- if I'm- effect of colonial New York, X. Y., April Tn special- cable fiom its Hondon corres- today the Uew York Herald has the foi low ing: -is '-'considerable consterna- j tion I 'hear, iii London -..official -circles. I though naturally .they" are trying tb keep the matter very- quiet regarding the outcome of. the attitude now as- ifumexl by Canada in the boundaiy and other negotiations with the Unit- I [day .iltimcd foi fihrg Icins aKor Thc riRht.s of the pfcrties ihtccforo "arc detcrnun- by thc dales of tho or- dt-i.s given Canning and Bryan, and of the paid into couit -city, of Lethbridge, payments are to bo made as William Williams..... 5 (5 00 ttrodic StniToid 30 Ifirk .i 00 arid the to Oliver Nothing, is loft wjih which to pay thc amount assigned to the" tLeth- i'. L PiMiruj" the well known-wrest and tist.vtc man of passed tluniigh the cilj 'vcsterday. r-Luinuiij Hum with In-, lirnk', foi merly Lillian, cld- L oi" Mr. and !Mr5 T. ompMMi, ot Riniball, Alta. rilling is one of the ical es- tate fnui of Pilling Bros, and dentully is known as tha undisputed wicstiing champion of .Alberta. ho htis tosts During thc pnst four years n n tn son-' thirtyV'eoii- and .h is sjiiffercd 'defeat but onic. that at the hands of Jack Cm- ran of Montana, whom he afterwards (K.'i'ated decishcly in a return match. thj.x therefore not paiucipatc in funds in court. Xo are allowed Tlick- A. Wakel.N or for register- and proving their leins as therr bndiff. Ilrick 'T'crm Co. and claims under the failed. AN AWFUL FIRE LN A SUBURB OF BOSTON Statt-s It is well- known r l o tr IP ii-n- n n i ot buffered Seven Million Dollars Loss- the apppintnit-nt of a jiermaneTit court' N u Qwrckes, Schools, Hospitals, Factories, Tenements d th ho Oftciil AafMKeMit Made Lkyil George, Cbocefltr Of Ac fickier, aid WinstH drcU PrcsUol ie Examiner till 1853 when''he noon. became wiitor of the Leader, contin- the freight ling in thai capacity till 1867, unk {o_ill health ho reigned to ac-jThc evidenth had some Jcw- ihi- appointment fendeml instim-Ls foi th v bolted as soon of arbitration lo decide these issues., i The Canadians now sar that in effect1 i f.sueh'fi tribunal is the only body from 'j Roiup'v ilrnywluch they would take a decision. It that government] Swallowed Up by the Flames a fresh thrown on the a loid at is to -break through the diplomatic' Boston, Mass., April de- juredland a property loss between OJ- rcachetl tr de- 3on. John Ssindfii'ltl Rrcgistrar of hr Toronto re-'jjcat., nostnls. 'iring in IflOG. j into a trlephom- snapping off like a pipe stun and broke lhay tilt machinery of. the. world, the imperial j vastated more than one square mile legislature' will Imv to tighten the [of the manufacturing, business and rein-, with the of preserving at tenement distr-ct of entail- futuro. date the integrity of the Hritinh The impossible na- ture of Canadian demand may be Apr. 12. Official announce'; ment of the cabinet appointments. are follows: Herbort Asquith, prime minister and first Lord the Treasury. David LJoyd-Gtorge, chancellor of thi Lcrd president of tho Council. Earl of Crewe, secretary of state for colon its. RtfinaM McKennk, first lord of tho Winston tptnctri Church ill, prwi- dent of the Board of Walter Runciman, of 3aard of Education. John Morfey, secretary 'of stato India." H Sfr Henry Fowier, chaoKellor of the Duchy of The two latter nave made peers but retain thoir preocnt C. G. Zetri has boon appointed un- In I860 the hto Mr. Lindt-ay was! it Iscen in the I well known fact that 119 the and wrote "The Prairies of "he in nmwcr to govirnment enjoys Ipowvr. of the British three ing a loss estimated at. fully millions. j The fire started "at 10 a'.m. near the Boston' Blocking Co.'s works on West Third street near the Everett line and crossed the city a distance of one .cnt by the government to the tongue .iv well. Thc thc street with ment in the matter of diplomacy and 1 mile and a quarter to Marginal op Ivoken toncfiir brtcfc, iindcr thi jit is nrahinp short a body with I posite the East Boston shore. volume by James Caird very ijftinc the the-ground. Th( horses off that to nb.-olute, "In 1852 he married the eldest daughter of Wm.-: T.yon McKenzie. Tn 1863 he wrote "The Life nnd Times of Mri McKerizie." He twice reported govern- ment on the Ontario boundaries. Mr. separated from went to thoTr stain- TO IMPEACH THE JUDGE got powers which Canada demands. Kven i 'loiiffings andlnioro i> the total disJ Among der secretary for the colon its, Lucas for the war 'office; F. D. Lord Ash. land, financial secretary war o4lko; and Thomas R. Bwchwtnan; mentary secretary Indian ofRctt Times. Monetary When the Royal Society iras Mr. Lindsay one of first appointees. tha buildings burned were thirteen churches, Frost Hospital, Children's j Hospital, City Hall, Public Library .repard of the imperial school houses, a dozen or more sarily involved for which factories and abotit three hundred jian attitude is conspiciout. m Tn tenements and dwellings. The rcsi Vahcouver. April local bar'" is lu-ro tint avoidance ofidential section of the where thr has forwarded to offici' is the real wealthier classes resid3, escaoed thr the retail section through fire passed twenty business re destroyed. companv artillery was brought made to the Canadian min-'out to ?uard the oroocrtv moved intc t the street. wrote tho lading articles in on tho Canadian Monthly and foi twenty at ,Ml contributed to the Monetary 1 Ju.tic, to hear habeas corpus proceedings in the case, of four Imprisoned aail- Ors. April Henry Pet- Boston, Mass., April Ten thoii- an summarizes the- record of disaster which confronts the city of Chelsea this morning as a re- iu.t of the great fire of yesterday. Early today a consignment of mil- tents from the state camp grounds at Sputh Framingham, were .jhced st the' disposal of the relief Hundreds of them were" ;et upon the public playgrounds at an adjoining town while .tiers were erected on open ground n the unburned portion of Chelsea it- ielf. It was calculated that those rents, each of which ivc persons, would serve to shelter bjut one half the homeless people. The charitable organizations in Bos- on and oiher near by places are -tak- ng care of the remainder. While only ocrsons are positively known to i.ive bst their lives in the fire it is eared that a search of the ruins by laylight will disclose more According to insurance men the total loss will exceed and may reach The insur- .will be- the Socialist sand persons rendered homeless, 3 j ance estimated roundly at labor nominfe oi South: Wellington at] burned to half a hundred in- 000. the next elections. I ;