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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta footer lunar Advice Dealing With Juvenile I Smokers JOttiwa, April When F. )X Monk in, the House this afternoon tenders or -proposals had- to date by the government ii connection with the all-red route, tig prenuer replied; is no cor. j Despondence of any kind on satbject." -Hon. Goo. K. Foster asked when Cassells would commence his tksk of investigating the marine de- Apartment and also whether thtjre be a departmental investiga- -tiott as well. Sir Wilfrid replied that Judge CaS- flells had received his commission and UN1TEDSTATES THE ONE TO BLAME For His Attitude Toward the "Anarchists as it was convenieat, He could aot say as to whether Or not there would also be a departmental inqui- Frank Oliver told R. L. Bprden that Blake Robertson, assist- oi immigration has lieea investigating the irregularities at Halifax which led to the dismissal wf JCr. lackey. It would be as well, fee thought, if the Opposition would j .not press for details until some con- j .duskm had been reached. Mr. Borden: "Will the information i 3be brought j Mr- Oliver: "Certainly." j A resolution Sxing- the Easter holi- -day from six p. m. Wednesday next J till the following Tuesday was agreed j SHIRTS The Colored Neglige Shirt is the popular shirt to-day. A short time ago neglige shins were worn only lu summer Now the best dressed men wear them all the year round. They find them much more comfortable foe daily use, than a stiff-bosomed chin. JJotoaiy are they more com- fortably but they -wear longer, becaute thcj make fewer to the laundV It is no- the tise ot a shirt that it out it's the laundry that does it Tht name on a shirt means Fit, Wear and Comfort- look for the name. TOOKE BROTHERS. MONTTEAU For Failure to Reach Set- dement on Niagara Falls Question London, April Times iu an editorial thia morn- ing on anarchism, says that the presi- dent has entered upon a campaign that will command the sympathy and moral support of thc civilized "world. Fuller particulars of his proposals, says the Times, will be a.waited with the deepest interest in all the states of the Old World and whatever may be the results of his straggle with j this terible evil honest men every- I where will wish him victory in the j M. P. P. TO RETIRE Pieton, Ont., April Dr. Currie, M. L. announces that owing to ill- S Wil1 be Ottawa. Ont., April re- -jFiince Edward countv at the coming cent press despatches from i _. i unmncial elections. Former Lethbridge Lawyer Will Retire From Parliatteot BAD PRAIRIE FIRE A Vigorous Fight to Stop it Made by Raymond Men and Mounted Police treaty settling the question, of ,Xia- j gara waters as being in the United States and was being held LAWYER ARRESTED Toronto, Oht., April George, up by the refusal the Dominion to barrister, Chesley, has been arrested jcorae to terms are at complete the instance of Edward H. Hale stock broker, Toronto, on an alleged charge of the theft of 000 shares of stock of the Silver Bar Mining com- pany. j ianc-e with, the real facts of the case. (Opposition to the conclusion of the i treaty coines not from Canada but j from the United States Senate. The j Canadian government has all along been, 'willing, to abide by the arrange-1 jruents reached by the International Commission and Nelson, B.C., April commu- uication over his own signature, pub- lished this morning in the Daily News, W. A. Gallaher, M.R, for Koo tenay an.iyus.ces that' he-will nor again be a candidate at the approa- ching Dominion, elections. F. J Doane, president of the Nelson Liber als is making arrangements to sum mon a liberal convention of the i Kootenay to nominate a Liberal car, I 5'3? Wednt'sday morning. -It is didate as" successor to Mr. GaU-herJ that they fire for names of F. J. ifcanc, B j 15 mile3' ll as Taylor, and Form of this city i to lhe northeast in order and J. A. Macdonald of Kossland I f6 the land in are KiMiHo.xvi I B to the south. The fire tive nomination the" A. CUt part the Raymond, April Rustler says- A large prairie fire started on Tuesday afternoon just south of town. It is supposed to have com- menced with tile burning of a straw stack, but nothing definite is kuowu. Mr. Ray Knight and Mesrs. Corless, Fairbanks, Lyons, Gillespie, S "etc.. were out fighting vigorously all night, returning to the barn ubnut 5.30 on Wednes Macdonald, X.C., F. Starkey, presi- dent of the Board of Trade and JR. Option Land. S. JLenhie. Green, formerly of the Royal North West j Mounted Police, and Mike Mountain of this citv and R. FJ rlv Kastaw. Horse> Jndian scout> Lethbridge now liv- INVITED TO BOSTON ing at are the names men- P'm' Tu'Sday' arived at i Kayruond at 2 o clock in the morn- jing. They thought the fire was be- _._.__ _, tween Lethbridge and Raymond but FLEET MADE SUPERINTENDENT when they reached the latter plac. Burton Act of the United States. Thar- arrangement regulating the Winipeg April H. Fleet, train master at Moote Jaw has appointed district superintendent Ottawa. Ont., April G. P. J Graham has been invited to address the Victorian Club, of Boston, on! C- B. Maharg ,the present superin- j side of Warner. it seemed just as far away as when they started from Lethbridge. The fire was headed off towards "the rail- Canadian Pacific at Brandon, j way track and died just a little this Empire Day, and will accept" if.Par- Jo. connection with Hon. Temple- bill to amend the Inland Ee- Act, there was a revival of i discussion on fuel alcohol further 1 as to of the Am-i PINCHER CREEK K. OF P. A Bunch of New Members Were In movement ofVater to be token from i iiarac.ntary dutios will not prevent j Niagara Falls on each side of the j boundary expires in J une of nest j i year unless the act is then j Jit was the expectation that the} EARL GREY'S CONTRIBUTION tendent at Brandon will resume the! duties as superintendent of the new district at Saskatoon. CAPT. IRWIN TALKS ihe nrw and better shavin Yields an abundant Krher almost I he. Wuch R z.i in it make dential elections, al mill at St. Thomas, I Jjcuil .stringency, coupled with the t'uil- destroyftd bjr fire yesterday. ure of the corn vrop and l.he low price of tobacco lias hit, the people to he put up. the premier's request, in reference to j George Sherwood, of Brampton. 48 j ilsmi. hanlcer.s are advising In connection with the safe blow-j thc long drawn out, struggle between j years old, is dead from injuries re- j those who have a little money GOESTOxJAIL .Toronto, April A. Lc- j charged with attempting to de-j fraud his creditors by concealing his! best cigars and tobaccos when as- j signing his stock, Was fined and costs or sixty days in jail. AH he j liad not the money he went, "down to the term. INSURE YOUR HEALTH on stormy days wearing a robbery last Monday iu Calgary, the Dominion Iron Steel Co. and FOUR YEARS' PENAL SERVITUDE! London, April Mary Rob-j one of the 'witness in-thdlhc havc bcen xvorkinff night thft Dominion Coal Co. Sir Wilfrid i uce c.ise. ton.-iy fjay on tiK, caso though i pointed out that, the continued liti-' leaves a widow and two children, M'Hr j they refuse to give any information i ft-ation strife between thc two' wilful perjury. Tlir- for publication it is understood that companies was ceived by falihg into "a1 coal shutejto waSl vest ing it. :in ihe unloading a car of wood. farmprs aro froer to invest, and it is from these the AlbertCulph, a carpenter, was kill immigration will he this year. seriously interfering j by falling from scaffolding yo.stor- of New Dayton; Mr. Hun- le.r said thai there are four of nnrm Alrwl-> arrested men with the case. by each, lie strongly urged that, ef-! nf.wiliiil O'-riurv i w- i nom mat-en C, C. .Modems for t'ho Ice- Iar tnft nave not, securer! ions snouui tje niaoe to etiect ai. been tin nniti-n} __ ishit ure. pending an appeal on the j points of law. of a lawyer. The police :speedy and amicable agreement, all, j given them every opporUmity to do personal iuterv-sts being sunk iu liberals ,so. Curtis one nf the first to-bear- largo int-n-sis of- the general public for legislature 'rested still complrtins of being sick nrbit.ration to ihe. present, dispute lie- election. inti', April difficulties j and will not cat. The police hnvc; Uveen two companies was John "Radie, NOT BE A STRIKE outfits there now and it is expected that there will be between four and Jivo acres of. crop this sprititr. The coming have nominated.! i there have, means In-hind them and arc gcsingrinto in earnest. outfit has' five men and eleven horses a .laborer, dropped between tlie Street Railway Co., and j had a doctor culled jn twice nt the jod. TTn'n. Cox who-is large- dead while installing stofim its employt-es havo been straightened j prisoner's request, bui, or. oc-: ly interested in both companies con- out, and everything is to be smooth J cas'ib'n the. physivin.ii announced it. tojferrM with the premier and promised sailing for another year. be a case1 o? fright to use in the new premises of the .-Brighton Laundry, yesterday after- Mr. Hunter is putting in six hundred hcres of in his own land, to-wn is going ahead, thc sti'ro opc-n in. two weeks, and. another liv- ery stable in a short ;