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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HILL NOT HIS -BACKER Gov. Johnson Denies J. J. Hill Behind His Presidential "Gahnoai-'n. 'Chicago, Ills., April iliimtapoUs, who is'cm his way to the battlefields of Shiloh ,Tenn., where'u monument is to erected to the jUimif-sota soldiers who wore killed in the battle through the city today. Ho dis- cussed the prt-sidential question ly saying "I am a candidate for the presidency in the that if I gain the nomination 1 shall accept it and make 'every effort to bs elected. i .am not, making any personal cam- paign and do not expect to seek in- delegates. I consider the ambition to be president, one of the most laudable -aspirations ,which any [ii man can entertain. "Any insinua- I tions, or said Governor Chaser., "ihat my candidacy is be- ing advanced'by James ,J, Hill and his interests are absolutely false. I have fought him several times and have never received a word of courageinent from him or any similar source." NAVAL APPROPRIATIONS Reduced Naval .Expenditure by U.S. Government April Naval Appropriation Bill authorizing the construction of two instead of four battleships and eight instead of four marine torpedo boats, and carrying a total appropriation of 518 for the naval service, for the fis- cal year ending June 30th, 1909. was reported to the House today by Chairman Ross of the commission on. naval affairs. Representative Hob- son submitted a minority report re- commending -that provisions be made In the bill for lirst class battleships. The total appropriation recommend- ed is kss than the ag- gregate estimates Submitted by the Ifj -department and more J than the amount appropriate for tha fiscal year ending Juno 30. 1903. NO ELECTION THIS YEAR? Calgary, April Luugheed, who returned to Calgary from Ottawa, yester- day, stated that it looked like un election this year until the report of the civil service com- mission but now theiv some uoubt about it and it is re- garded as probable that there will bo another session. ______ law and added. "Jn further, if the Hindus not the streets where tho new side- immigrants. The act at present in as if are to be placed. 31'any citi-jfom-' contains certain provisions art expressing themselves very10 exclusions and deportations. brcibly oa the subject. They sayjan immigrant is considered to be un- hat it is hard enough to get troes desirable, he may be excluded from .o grow- without having them root- thc' country and the corn- id lip after they arc growing nicely.! responsible for .bringing him _ Die .sidewalks on the residential jto Canadian ports and compelled to j t reels can be put outside the trees takw Win, hack. Jt was discovered j however, that -when immigrants em- bark from ports which are not lo- rs claim that the walks can bc built cat'tld in the laild of their birth it .long around the trees leaving a jis not Possible to send them back to immigrant does not come direct feom thc land of his origin, it is made a cause of exclusion. are asking declaring that suited to be- come citizens of Canada. "1 would prefer a black gentleman to a white anarchist." Col. Hught-s unless the farmer had market he j might as well cease producing. Dealing with the of "a railway to' Fort Churchill, Mr. To remove iron, mould or rust, way is, to stretch the spots ov- bowl and moisten with' salts "of Knowles stated that the .distance [lemon until the spots disappear. from the of the wheat pro- ducing district to Fort William was parliament to create another cause revised his former utterances, of about same us to ForC Churchill the acid_ while the distance from Fort Church- Then the soiled parts thoroughly rinsed in water to Mr. Borden said that while he was not disposed 10 be critical, hi, still ni irt i, If house plants droop from Jill to Liverpool was about tht> same s f i i J parent cause and refuse to' thrive, 1, I, rai9Kl point pouHir into the saucers" the act raised a new cause ofjsxclu- This point was reinforced by s the roadway there need not be as ride on the business streets. Oth- ouiid spucc- for {lie tree. The gen- {that country "and they must remain the. idea of carry- failed to understand what advantage J It. Borden who enquired whether t road, the distance from Fort William! to Atlantic would be saved. would be derived from a parliamen- tary enactment. Mr. Oliver thought it would make it easier to deport un. only JHndu but also Engtehmen desirables who have been allowed to {coming from France or from Austra- 1 and on the cattle their act might not go beyond the! On this he calculated, a sav- j point desired. It would not exclude !ins annuall.v the western farmers, on an export of .s love' bottom heat it will fcometimes gne them! -a lease of life. Soap and often bnstles of a hrusb- and i the turns, an iv- rally expressed idea is that it is jJQ Canada. to dislodge the--trees on eflfect the-full extent of the thus law> a reKulation was passed on Ja- nuary 3, providing that immigrants [must have a. through from the land of their originator or thev would be subject to exclusions. This treats us C'rlyn and Burdett, estrorring their appearance-. HOTEL MAN DEAD Kdmonton. April of the old -lie- hospital in the person of Robert EDMONTON SELLS DEBENTURES Good Prices Realised on -the Eng.ish Market Edmonton, April last issue of debentures, amounting to soine has been sold at an exceptionally good price on the English market. Today there -is ela- tion at office as a result of the word received by the Bank of Montreal. The cablegram stated that the bonds were placed on the English market yesterday by Che purchasers, Coates Son Co.. and were over- subscribed in a few hours. The do- received ".the seU.-c.tion est Timers of the district passed was applied to Asiatics in passed away from appendicitis early jUvo Japanese from the this morning- in -the Strathcona pub- j Sandwich Islands and Hindus from Hong Kong. The the JIcRean. The dfCeasfd, who was G2 years came to Strathcona in 1877 from Kichinond Hill, Ont. Hej ed Islands Mr. Oliver explain- were not under the jurisdiction of the Japanese government and in the took up land in the south east part i evenc of beinS deported, the United States, who own the islands need of the present city and also dealt land besides steamship companies xvould better understand in bringing immigrants from other than countries, of their origin they -would be doing so at their peril. "Person- said Colonel Hughes, "I prftfer a Hindu whoTias served his King in India to lia. The premier admitted the case of Ifor.k's, argument and .stated that the point raised by 3fr. Borden was worthy of serious consideration. 3L S. McCarthy, Calgary, called to the report- that a Jap- trade of S6 per head or approximate ly of trade. The cost of "the Hudson Bay Rail- ory back yellow, a tablespoonfur- ofv ammonia in a quart of waCer is sufficiently cleansing.." way he next argued would'not not bc great. Thc country through which j the line would run was not difficult. djstancc to be galvanized Yankee syndicatc was 10 has been an anarchist in his oxvn 30o acres-in the west for a colonv. country or in Europe." V little lat- er he referred to onfr 4TU to 473 miles, and reqUlrC Jittlc 'expease outside Hon. Leuiieux replied that the C ltS wharvcis- Thc sur teeth. s- water is apt to _. They can be kept clean with a. small brush which is sold "for the purpose and rubbed with su cloth or towel. Silver articles that have appjied for ]eave tQ rounding it vas rich in agriculture, i -nisbed as -animus" there were in 100 Japanese to take up land m i Umbtr and nrnfASte i "Ur "k i the spring. The C. P. H. stated "A gl'eat mani" !that JapancSC government B0 Objections to granting passports J r c new do -so only on receiving' t of Canadian coveni- Mr. KnowJes differed with the Hon. Mr. Sifton propos a part of the western ;iot thc-m. A somewhat sim- largely in city real estate during the past few years. For some he situation existed in respect to was the proprietor of tha Dominion jHindus coming from Ilong Kong. Hotel, but recently retired from ac- i Durinff the month of March a large tive -work. number of Hindus arrived on the ___'___________ coast from Hong Kong and when it was attempted to deal with them bv tl RHODES SCHOLARSHIP Committee Will Shortly Appoint berths legal proceedings were takei C companies and set aside on the ground that vvhile the governor-in- Edmonton, April fs'said that council had power to deal with the the announcement of the bcntures were at five'per cent, and were bought by the Coates Bank through Caruthers. Round Co. of this city at 96. GUSHING IN TORONTO Toronto April W. H. Cush- ing, minister of public works for Al- matter he could r.ot delegate that to a singlu minister. The lar from Alberta and Saskatchewan' _. [regulation was subsequently amended will made very shortly. _Tne com- f .v mittec- who have the work of making j 0" W1 V'lt? 4 it xvas icit by the" government .that the'selection in hand were undecided I f- regulation should -be m" regarding certain points and they 7r _, _ ;tne daws ot uic country. Hon. J. cabled the llhoxies Scholar Trustees i 0-. Paggart wanted to know h Cana- in rocarding. the matter. A ''a- nacl power to oxcluclc a British able nspiy mis and full in- ,rt subject for other purposes than qitar- tructions are being-forwarded to the ant me. (Oliver replied that thf comnuttoe and until this is' act unn.'T v, Inch such power :i has been enforced and has nevor ment. April a pojjular young man of this city, and a veteran of the South African war taking part in several battles, died today. He leave.-, a wife and thri-o children. I landsto provide a fund. Mr. could not do his duty to his constit- even il embossed orv cleansed the of alum. 'JKssolve in a_ quart of soapsuds and carefully, using a, brush for ther ed parts. Itinse the articles times, then. polish ulth chamois. Hot suds with -C said the minister of labor the Japanese govern- j merit is living up to its agreement i have reason to be- "that from this dav Canada, lieve, he said. THE HOSE DEAL Misleading Report Published In Calgary Herald Japanese as we had last vear." j e Ue' Sir Wilfrid held that the treaty to went under international law, and would be interpreted to allow Cana- said, without showing, that west paid largely to the {revenue and got little in return ex- iccpt by the general expenditure of }the government, it 'was time that j the east .should make some return" to was strongly the tying up of lands SCU'c'ment aud taxation' Jthe C.r.K. lands. sections of Al ready to regulate Japanese immigration of the wesr had severc- spoons, plates, etc in that regard. "At-lcast." ho add-j r by tension, j afterwards. To will also ctean. y and well, in such-a way that there need be no troublesome brush- ing with one or another of the pink and white powders which have such" a gift for lodging in" all the otna-" j mental parts. _ The pleasure of preparing dainty dish is often spoiled by', thought that; basins, 'nf. plates, etc., must be uashed many -people -the see by the Calgary Her- "that is the legal position of the Kncur3cs also disagree-j prospect- of dirty cooking aid that a message Leth- .inrt T think ir t-iVht" mcnt Wltb 3Ir- S'Ifton on the ques- awaiting them, after a meal takes that a message frum Leth- bridgp lias readied them in From what tht Hprald has government, and T think it is right" i i-. T tlon of pre-emption. V i It was just MX o clock, and tho j i premier'wanted the bill prv en a third so as to get it thc iparned of the facts of the casfe j Senate before adjournment it is confident that when the of the Inw was report of -the rommission is madd. Alderman Cunningham scholar made. for the vear f the will no-t i R- I.. qucs- len. In view of tin1 rnin- SETTLERS Xorth I'ortal, Sas rains arriving here POURING IN ask., April All from the .south! will be completely of th autliorsbip cveiv criticism of the VERDICT OF NOT GUILTY Three Rivrrs, Que., April trial of McCraw, accused of of anarchy Also about worth of. water lots have been placed under bond. report on Niagara Falls, but Nicho- j denies th.'it hf is iri any way res-1 ponsible for the publication in c tion. murd-ring Percy Selater in October, was this afternoon, by th.? jury returning a verdict of not guilty. other question sinks into insignifi cance. The anarchist .is -the enemy j Conncillor J. W. Evans gave notice no information has of humanity, enemy of all man-j that he will introduce throe by- j beon givcn as to who is this "laws at next monthly Council thc idea is that the Ca- PREACHERS CALLED Toronto, Ont., April St. DEMOCRATS WON City, Missouri. April entire Democratic ticket headed by Jr.. for mayor, churches of that denomination in To- was successful in jvtsl.ivrday's election Baptist ohurch, one of the loading i T. delicate art in it- and' only with experience can the happy mean be defined, most ama- teurs .committing the fatal error of overdoing- it. _ Avoiding greasy food and '.'wiping over the. skin with an astringent daily will do much to -shrink large pores. It would not be a bad thing to scrub your face twice a week at night, using a complexion brush and liquid green soap. mas- sage with astringent lotion. kind and his is a deeper degree of criminality than any other. No im- migrant is allowed to come 1o our shores if he i.s an anarchist and no papers published here or abroad should be permitted circulation in j this country if it propogates anar- Councillor Anderson suggested that, a strpfi light should bo put th. I'.i shop's I nadianl'acific is negotiating with the j ultimate idea of running another line 'across the province from Winnipeg via Saskatoon and We.staskiwin to ronto has extended a call to Kt-v. Wm. A. Camoron, who i.s in his final theology at, McAraster I.'ni- versitv. by a majority of 500 uver the Repub- lican ticlcet li.-adod by Mayor M. Beard-lev. SENATE ADJOURNS A MONTH Out., April Sen- ate a very brief sitting yester- day. It will adjourn today, probably f'.r a month.' Councillor E. H. McDtifffv, in refer- j Hardy Buy- For some timc thc c-p- COALDALE 9 oloaring of ditch J ____ th Iinc Vancouver has been taxed tO itS'n'isr. nil 1 ho hereby submit a letter from the (.IfpartmonT, of justice which explains) TIiv' Whiti> itseli'. I'ltder this opinion I hold i iJcsides tliis his that existing, status gives the Presi- postmtisti-r general (Signed) Theodore but to bo postponed on account thl' ;mi) il- understood that Ohio, has just arrive.! iVoni dent 'the power to prohibit the post master general from Itfing used as April 0, :ifl08. direc'.ion to th to exclude frmn tho mails such as "La Question President, Ronso- of the frost', hut. .thf same, will b: to ;is soon n.s possible. The extra stfiir CMSJ'.MT. roar r. school is finislicd. Tho nionvlily wcro ,n, instnnnent in tho. commission of j vi-lt in his letter to Attorney General j that is, to pcrrnii the use of j 'asking for nn ojvinion -on j The Council .mljcnrnod at. '11 tlii- minis for tlic''advocacy of murder, j the legal phases of the .subjvet- .says arson and treason. And I shall act lie has'had the particulars called to; Barwell. Ont., Avn-tl Tro- Caijipl; upon Mich i construction. Uuqucstion-j the nttontion of tho- govovnment. by, n'otel. n slimmer resort, iil.'v. t-hf-r." should b" fur- thnt governor mny; jiv AV.