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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V" i C 1 t i4 >f" J f _ >L i-... undesir- absolutely throughout Can- retiecUon. L he done to re- ill pires, ables falite. M pvdtate." C -pugsley, HI icply, sai ed for the school. has Huron, expresMd regret that W. had -interuntcd such an im portaat "debate with his motion ir to "c could no of-it Mr Chisholm. thought that it was shame that homesteads "uere held fo seven vears Doukhooors. when they could not be for as mi months for Canadians, even in th of (I 11. Mclntyrc Sou'th Perth; nioycci the fidjournmeii of the debate anil' on the suggetlio mors of all sorts have become afloat i for these uncompleted works, if deem concerning the murder and pi advisable; he had" not done so tors of similar nature ns yet in of representations is op- tigation provc tp be ..only the ducts to him by "the interests _ and of Hon. Wf S: yielding it was dccid cxl not to sitton" as origi ally to ndjourn- Tuesday next. imt AT HAGUE IMMIOIUNTS S. C. Locate an Fanm in -it, Interior Vuncouvec, "ll. C.._ April Tho" second Iraiu load 'of Salvatioir Army imigranfs spccialy' selected froiif th'e Old Country to fill requirements of Life in British Columbia, reached Vancouver- late last night, The seven- ty-two people who were aboard form- ed rather a remnant of a party which riginally left Halifax a week ago, liough practically all of the two hun-. red and eighty who came across the an camp through to Col- umbia, but the majority were destined or farming (listiicts of the Okaijangzm and left the train in he upper1 country. Many people who atne were well supplied uith money, Washington, April The Brithh rid United States governments are planning' to submit to the Permanent rt of Arbitration at the Hague, the task of interpreting the Newfound- and fisheries treaty of 1818. Ratifica- tion of the general arbitration treaty rpcaatly negotiated between the two countries will be before the Hague tribunal can be called up on to take jurisdiction but this rati iication ia predicted in well informed quarters. In settling this controversy the Hague tribunal will have to de tide whether state or colonial laws .ind regulations shall be perniitkd to Interfere, with the terms of a treaty cning s _ thc boards of track? of Port 'Arthur .t-v The-police .arc -working Fort Williiim and Winnipeg that restaurant -and boarding1 j t R yw Mind and, to navejtBe important harbors should jn-fu- pretty well cleared Co 24 Vcet-instead jup-in nVoupld of "days.' of 22 fuet as at-present. Theyvhod i steamers like A LARGE; AND CXJTTLY CHURCH members OF A HOLD-UP Wild stories of the hold-up of C G. K. Nourse, manuger of the Bank oj afloat thU moniing The facts however, not quiU so serious.- Mr'. Nourse was 'return ing home about- midnight when 'couple of tough fellows ac near his home and nrnl a? though they would get in his w ilr.' Nourie.went on. remarking tha he had no "time to talk to them. H rang up the barracks of the city no lice. As the former came up to the acene ,they a couple1 of fellows driving away with a team. The oily police soon jon the scene but DELAWARTS H-" L-i ,'J- CHOKE NEW MAGISTRATE FOR THE HAT Medicine Hat, April W. liealy, barister of-this city, was to- lay appointed stipendary magistrate or Medicine Hat by. the attorney general. Hi ft Dcaiontic Nut NOT AS BAD A3 REPORTED The Calgary Albertan published a despatch yesterday reporting that' or 50 Japs had been buried tu u suowslide on the main line of C. P. R. at Albert Canyon in the Cascades. The Herald made inquiries )i the Associated Press last night and earned that only two Japs were killed. Dover, Del., April the written declaration of Judge Gray that he could not under any circum- consent to have the delegates. instructed for him, the Deleware Democratic state convention today officially placed his name before the democracy of the country for the par- ty nomination for the presidency of the United States. The platform declares for state rights criticizes the national administration and declares for a revision of the. tariff. Hobo Got Stung o men erefpundansweng (riven by "Mr. he it isJ'ielUthat-the new building to-'ac- commodate the." tion. nation. informed CIA near St. 3 'f i The Citizens' Lumber Co. "who day but "that 01 a man-whovwlis s having come from himself all day'Mon- night was captured. hn.ce bought out-Lcflmgwell lei-day to be held there, lumber; yard jxrc a' -fine new He "tells many contradictory stories of he. has done since leaving Frank. He was-sent to Macleod yes- 'equipped with, dredging vplants' or- points. 31 inspec- tion 01 dredging'was-necessary-.and in assuming charge, of the depart- ment had given-orderst thai inspect- ors must make a statutory declara- tion as-to and as to their'personal inspection. He agreed that the Dominion rioorly oflico here, and will .build extensive lumber sheds. They intend to, carry a twenty-five., thousand dollar stock 61. lumber.-" _ The building at going ahead rapidly .and be closed ihis, week.' -the V new schoolhousc has and it js expected that it jvill be pleted in view of the great work be done. OF JURY- 'yesterday after noon _-m the ver-' Kof Victor '.-5 deceased Victot to" on. or about to the Herald.) Frank, April 13 train crew of u freight.train turned a neat trick on a hobo yesterday. He broke in- to a freight car at rofgaii ncnr Mrtc- and was seen by the crow. Xot having power tohould contribute on an equal.footing thc plaintiffs but they were, to a I institutions contained provisions contrary, to thc educational of the act establishing the province. lion. yir. AyIcsworth said the go- vernment wns not aware. He was- aware that the Dominion disallow- ance of these acts April 22 The government did not intend jto disallow the acts. Mr. 'liavcrgne gave notice that on a future motion to go into supply he would bring the question up. Thc debate ran on until late in the evening, Al- though several members were an- xious to continue the debate on Mr.r Monk's motion to abolish the "pay- no seeding- done'jctr. an4_-ground ready r done. Fall Okotoks, wheat in good condition. >w HiglL Bivcr. .favorable, under Kail wheat-look- no giv.it amouut of seed- done yet. verj- fivvor- ible ground broken ing well. ment of a bonus to immigrants. The claim the plaintiffs say that .they IWCTC induced to put up each to take a ?hare in a' syndicate beiiig- formed by tlie defendants to purchase a timber limit containing-two'hundred million at thirty cents thousand fcet. stated that they pnt- ting up the same amount eaeii and that all parties would be on an equal footing, that thcyjind JFmnk Colp .paying be allotted shores ,v The chnigi that the nixl fraudulently iml the real prioc of tho ol it and that .t wag intended by tbc to make xip the quantity of timber by purchase or by to live quantity held uiHkr an acKKtinual quantity owned by speakers included Hichard Ulain. Pr. Sproule, Robt. Stewart, F. n. Cur- veil, and James Contnoe.- i The latter got into some trouble? for making unparliamentary remarks about members of thc Opposition. Drk. Sproute was annoyed because the minister of public works was not his arguments ami remark- ed: "If the honorable gentleman fcad the instincts _ of a. gentleman ho would listen to what I am Thfrc were cries of "ordei" before the speaker Jiad time 1 9 Cantor and Doyle'and Klci- ow. New York. 12 innings, winning run made on two hits PRAIRIE FIRES HEAlt 1. DAY- Calgarj-, Alta., April onlj will Dominion Day be the greatest -ind day of the Dominion Fair, but it promises to be replete' witb a programme, the" most unique in Canada, and perhaps in all Canada." The programme that wti.' ftml Boylr -and an out-field fly by at n meeting was __ i grand historical pageant displaying j in a grand, pantomime XAT1OXAI. i nont" of Alberta MINER ACQUJTTCD. Vancouver, April" Dawson le-spatch says Rchard Hall has been equitted of charge' of stealing Did dust to the amout of' ,'oni a Yukon river ummer, consigned to banks a Seattle by in Fairbanks. .laska. The jury n what has pronounced the" tost anomolous criminal in the Yo- ton territorj- reached its iftcr two hours.' BAD PRAIRIE FIRE Tilmore Sask., April bad >rairie fire 'over the country and north of here considerable hay and several canaries.- A blowing it the time and the settlers in th'e xith of the fire had hard work to .ve their property. AH the farnurs 'rned Out to fight the fire but in pite of this many buikiinga and mch -hay and grain were destroyed. FU KERAL OF CONSTABLE WILMOT Brooklyn lioston................... 9. 11 Batteries: Young and Bowman; Hucker nnd Ritter. AL Cincinati......... 5 80 and i fiit ItHtCQ A Ubt ms been sent] of town bognn nt noon Monday and out, by the Salvation Army is could be soon distinctly, at K. Kirkham r.i Ixthbridge arrived ileMmction. Thc smelter. n town of four .fopulation, sixteen miks from Hde- iia and twenty-three r o defntnd the 'return o< T no' evidence j The area, over which the fire burned t W. G and notes whVtt die of doctors receive the was large, extomnng-for- mik-s the thinft were fcmnd out, were It that somr buiVllngs 'ninns.'' in today, having a KS built on lhp bank m" sition with' Ormond more thnn I ,W men...Craig, is now under water and m are hero. employee uero engage VI J danger w be, ng swept W. G. Cox htus returned to town n.Kfit m tho constuKtion of.a The ,s thickly strewn Cal-an- tho smcHOr' of I........" .._ boon niaae so vKcir aai- ;