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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta v- k t -f L V A J" I v 1 j 7 J i J i f k M 1 v "i-ww rs r f t-f u ,-r v l 4P s j fr J j _ J j -v v" j" i if. r flTl I M LtTHBRIOOE. .U D A YJ, APRIL- rill ;NO CANADA AND THE U. S. OK tonics for fe Ke- rf Ae Maries IMMIGRANTS RUSHING IN Montreal, April the past twciity-four hours twenty-live hun- dred imrnigniiiin have through Montreal Cor the West, having "ar- rived ".by. Dominion and C. P. R. boats. BRYAN'S MEN TRY TO VOTE The Ofcr ReprJ to One Fw Fall Ottawa, Out., April Sproule leading the Opposition in the House today during the absence of R. L. Borden and Hon. Geo. E. Footer, premier if he, in a position to confiim the despatch from London to the effect that two treaties .between Canada and the TJnitid-Stated had.' been' one to to mark off portions of lioundary line' itill in-dispute and tlie other, commission with' the fisheries of the Great_ Lakes ancl the railroads touching the boundary aUtf streams. Sir Wilfrid he had just receiv- ed a telegram to'the effect that the treaties had been signed. One simply to provide for the remarking of the piesent' boundaries and the other to Sring about unifcfm regula- tions in respect to the e'ose season for fish in Canada waters.' At present i there is a close season 'while in American waters there ib not. 'Appointments to-the commissions, he added, would rest with however FARMER FOUND DEAD Siiltcoats, April' Clark, a fanner Jiving, at Ciescent Lake was found dead near his shanty with a shot gun beside him. He v a bachelor in good circumstances. It is thought to bo a case of suicide'. ENGLISH ACTOR DEAD London, April Edouin the English a'ctor is 'dead. He'ha weather prevails. TlIF PITV ra'-. Ml 1HL til I I not .struck the WILL JMtMAIN A MONTH DURING SENATE'S EAS- TER RECESS foi the. voniing season, Vieo Piesidont McXlcol of the C.P.It, rc- maiked that, it was yet too early t a make nny foi wasts or do1 much monj than breath deep thanks'that U.e bad winter was over. The, present pointed jo at least stated f summer, csjiccially he co fairly good in view of the that as soon as the treaties h'id been gieat-amount of immigrant ratified by the Parliaments of the two! was ixJing'done. T.i addition I-, rel.iHn-' this reports-from districts n ul Hall today for the open- ing session of a Convention that pib- miscfl to continue mlo tomoriow Hon. Scnatoi came in fioni Ottawa'this morning and "Will uMiiain here a-month during the Eas- ter recess. Misr and arc The Senator almost, danced for joy he got his 03 fs on the green of Southern Alberta for Otta- wa still has coating of ice and snow. The snow' fail in Ottawa the past season was heavy, the oHicial mcasun mont being 11 t The SenaCor js looking well, and 1 thf> reiatlll" I nuiu i 1 countries the.corrcsiwnatncc rewiin j i t furnish is as genial and heam Jn his greet- to them would ba laid on the uu west shoxicti that the -____ i of the House.'.The correspondence in! -season htwl opened with respect to tlie matters, still under U'rcatlj acrcaifo. Jf these crcs and was alone in I ho shop Mai tin-' can gnvu tho jnan tile ho icfusecl to paj for tlvim and n'liL- the dispute going on the otliei man wont behind tin1 coimtoi and tried rob the till. Mart mean pir> He had been heaVd to remark that t would b? a pond thing if the weie killed off a.s Wilmot was, Tlie Italian ha-s a bad tcputatiou incl has seived a time for" short dunking minors while biiv ionding. t Hi' has Wen out of employment for .omo time and i> considered 'a Tho police aic1 adopting ait rto campaign to locate the poipetra- or of the ciinie. Things au- in bad f sttite jn the Miners are. out of work and many families are on tjie .verge of starvation. Engineer Shot At j Thf mjne vas shot other night. Some been cured foi the Lc-lhbridgC'Fiahl Bat- tery, >-hijh will .soon hilly org.m- Cupt. 13i. Stcwarti There is eveiy probability that -an. ftrmoury will built this >Car-too.- LORD'S DAY COMVIC- 1 TIONS cr- "ctimstances already explained by the order-in-council gazett d ton Saturday as justification for the change as -the're was 110 increase in the sum of money voted, involved in the decision RED RIVER RISING Apiil ice Red River is all broken up ,md tlie river' is comencirig to" North Dakota j that the Red River hah risen to such j an "extent that several warehouses on on the baiik their base-] j nients Hooded and piles of DEAD MAN HAS BEEN nj-! ,IIUM uunei iuui.ij'H .mil i 111 I'ti- i i _ efiti np ivtrl bppn the man "stout.; powerful men living j JncLhe-was A looking-fellow a felt I tho contents of the "till behind. Mar-' at.' r, hat- who will recover. taken ,fhp haye a rppolt .thdt'a hat. xi [tineau, who rfcover. At the time of going''to press thc-lto tlie general hospital lie states police have been able to find no clue that'one of tho men' 5s n to to who the' would be'' A man "ConsiaWe Gil- lespic's description entered the IjCth- britige FTotcl at5 four'o'clock-aiul got his valise. lie had not registered. policy have a rppoit .that a ai held up on the road Frank and Blainnon.- last night. VICTOR THOMAS, A HALF- BREED HAD THREAT- ENED SUICIDE ROUGH ON LAKE ONTARIO Cobourg, Ont., April took the wrecking tug Saginaw twelve hours to make the trip from Cobourg to Charlotte yesterday. The tug hadj a very rough trip and at Charlotte the life-having crew went out thinking j the tup had blown aground. MAN KILLED NEAR COLEMAN OF to enlarge the scope of the distribu- Kdmonton. Tho inquest on ihc bixly oi tha uiv- j April J Canad-j etc-, on the banks are in danger of known man found the liclly Ri i r.viductod ian Pacific IttxiUay Company arc dc- being away, tei mined to" Lions against fight {he two convic-{ them in Strathcomt F tion. _ Minister Investigating J. G. H. Bercgrpn, Beauharnois, re- peated Mr. Borden's question of lasst as to whether, the Minister-of Marine and Fisheries is carrying on an in his department -in addition to the investigation by Judge Cassels. _ s JThe Minister, n-plicd U'lat he was investigating some matters just foi his own satisfaction. The investiga- tion, of was not under onth. Just Horse Ssnse G.. VT. Fowler, Kings, X. Ti.. chaig- Dr.'A.'C.''Hawking medical inspector of immigration department! ..unc and for tlni violation of the i Lord'.s Dny Art. Jn both cases finas imposed. The company 'arc pay ing linus nnd aie moving for'a w rit. to the convictions. G. T. P. WESTERN LINES Preliminary Survey Has Been Made of Line to Boundary Ottawa, Out., April Com- GALICIA EXCITED Vienna, April J4 whole Galicia is in a state of'feverish citement over "the asskssination "at Lcmberg, April i2 'of Count1 Andreas Polocki, the governor of the'province; by a tiuthenian student named Mia- arstap: SjV.rnski, while the count was1 an audience of .'students.' to a delegation i a few ai, j CoronLM- IXigmboihaiu this moinmg at the Jind -court house. The evidence b: ought out the fact that "the dead man is one Victor Thomas, a half breed, who last fall i was in "the employ- of the Western-- Transfer Co. On the oi last hc drove; his team down to the- river 1 CITIZENS' LEAGUE MEETING The Citizens' League will meet to- morrow -evening at 8 o'clock In Lhe Council .Chamber. A lively dis- cussion on civic matters is expected. i-t A that the bo, to buiUF oi se- cure a public hall will also lie plao- cd before the. meeting. AH interest- should '.ba .on hand tomorrow the Grand Trunk Pacific branch BRAKEMAN LOSES LEG Regina. Sask., April Clarke, hrakeman on a G. P. R. was fouiuU.tied to- a tree or piece .of'-scrub the next morning. No trace could be lound of the driver, j nor has he'been seen" hi tow'n since, j He had been hen nl to threaten to end his life. The inquest .-was "resumed at! 2.30 this afternoon. i night ENCOURAGING CROP REPORT Winnipeg, Man.. April C. P. R. issued the first crop report of the season this. morning giving pro- press of seeding operations throughout UNDER A PILE SALVATION SERVICE Coleman, Apiil s.ul ac- cident oi cm red this, morninir at the "quarries where the L'.l'.U working dining the past a out six miles oi Coleman. All the are not to hand but aii fin as they me Known thl-v seem to these.' A HirgQ pile of logs which are. used m the had started to slido and sonw men were -set to work to prevent them too far One man was inos two oxtension to being the yard engine here had his right Is lines authorized to [taken-off this morning as the result buiUl .atul five to complete ihejof an acictlcnt. His toot was caught j shovelling away 'the ground while1 an- other for some renson hud to go un- der .'the.'edge of the pile. Just''as he was crnwlihg out some of the props support me tho pile I hi' mass catching A Bloodhound Used, Aha., April mys- eiy suioundiug the'murder of Con- jtible Wilmot is still unsolved." The police aie working on 'dues jf more oi loss value. Sergeant -Raven of T-ethbridge They did not oral. Some places, particularly in newer .sections report big increases in acreage. Wilmot had no revolver except a mjill one with no .shells. IT' advi-cd by Sergeant Hus- hnt (Ud not i factory ri-jxirt has been compiled by Y-_ i the company. Kvi-rywhere j ally line weather prevails. The showing NEWS FROM RAVIiOND th CHURCH DESTROYED April The historic gar- nont was made that the railway church Dernie Fn'cdcrich Strasse SANKEY'S SOWv INSANE Wts coating a mile. j dating from 1703 was entirely bumcd j IS-OW Tor-K Aprii 14 American Graham said tlie matter tod.n- together numerous an jsav, tod.iy: "Sufferipr fmm tb? do sufficient o attract tho attention nnd towji seUes to lh' of 'well standing on the str.vL M iweon Coleman hotel and one of stores tJv and his wife, assisted Mi the April MHrheU. tcruui inih'-ionary at Illairmore co v- Mr. Kit'tru'U and Miss Uaker wvro irr ducted a old from Stirling air service Ilia I offorK Hiveus drove over to Stirling appreciated w.jv manifested b> lb Saturday crowds that gathered nnrl Mr. Harvey was in from Kipp onler t.luit -'was- obsi-rvetl. eve i I Coulee. the proverbial sumII boy showing lh.> j Mr. Wells and Mr. Townscnd sire respect .observing sill 1 in from their ranches. decorum ,uv to it Missos Jean and Margaret camps'arc ('olonnin is Knew the Hotel murdun-r '..evidently was.-famil- inr with the Imperial hold ami knew Steeve> was in Csl- g the. Licensed Victual- Association. The v' the inquest yesterday anernoon was that death was by gun- .mJ 'erinc a l.irge nward for information The police offer a tion and are putting forth every ef- fort avence the death of tlv'ir com tion to the report in the Winnipeg Telegram that during the period end ing' MaYch 31, men had killer through carelessness in handling dynamite oh the, strctch'.of the transcontinental between the boundary and Kenyon a distance of 100 miles, 'and in addi- tion large numbers had been injured by Ihc .government. He 'ml '-interviews with the >chairman of commission 'loped to be able soon fo make a "that "will clear the air." rogimoni shot-torn (lags carried j not only the wor'.ri'si wars which decorated the man. its actual creator. central aisle of the church, only one v gtinkov ,on of Tra D. of flags being saved. lop of T spending" a. few'; showinff f V somewhat remove I days tit the home of Mr. 11. IT. Me- from that cl There have been cy. the fa mou cases of pneumonia n-i'fiil very in town d none bud WILL COST US.IOMM He; thought 'coroner's inquests were 'he only" way to properly locate the Ottawa, Ont., April to .a .statement ..made" in ilio House yesterday by Hon. G. P. Graham, blame and to arrive at the facts as [the estimated of the Grand bottle, secretary io whether the cause was criminal Trunk Pacific from Moncton. N. B. A service held revivalist, has Tester at the- the post few weeks but j declared a jury in the to commoner at 11 o'clock. intal all Iprome court. jTh.- Kev. J.'Cnmoron. M.A.. Lrnpidly uill take the sxii-vjce. i Our is ,to Mrs. CAPT. HARBOTTLE ARRESTED to tlio very, rough weather M.mlhorno. wile 01 the principal of Toronto. Ont.. April Har-jOn Saturday the football match be.-' school, on the severe. negligence, inexperienced .workmen or. to the Rockies i.s now eighty-five.'mil- use of low grade explosives lion dollars. the 'club. has been arrested in Cuba, Kxtradition Kilt be takon imcdiately, twwn 1 inymond nnd Mntfnxth postponed until noxt Satnrrfny. Vr. Charles McCarty had busy week shipping horses. Ilia- received by the death of hrr mo- lt her i" Mitchell, Ont. The flows SPRING 'ROUND UP The spring round up rcfti'hctl i.ho. city yesterday afternoon. Tos- hundred head of ucre in the bunch. The round 'up started from Milk Uiver on the south; J-'orty Coulee on tho cast. The were distributed among night. of Principal Tory by McOill, -He n very-cAmc suddenly by wire todny: oml; hfts Mrs. Mantliome is ;cis Xavier College- ;