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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V in DEBENTURES i- HAVE SCHOOL MAftD CITS A MIICi fOaOMTO School Hoard are now' In. position lo go with ihe etcUiotx of Central School." The forv the receiving, of tendeis last night iiwwfiuHjf offers 'were 'all good, that o Emilias of Toronto ing the price and conditions. His- oftor- of li- ft ith acxrued interest foi issue was accepted. til t a little 'better 99. The are for' thirty years at six per cent.r the nearly completed cr- ol the' Tororitc? branch England for which y charged with 'intsappropii at ing tlw-fund to thv extent of remanded court] this morning and on, bail BRAKE MAN NINE MONTHS Now ton, P.-R brakenian, charged the "death of Charles R. engineei, atmd sig- v oi having a none! OtUwd, Ont, Apul Do too u, with him. ihjmon goveinment has succeded in Mi spo've inducing the Bntjsh government to ATE EASTER EGG AND DIED Luuncburp, 'Alia, Apnl tluee year old daughter of Henry Fislieuhauei, U dead after eleven days of iprnble suffering. Tlie child had eatui a colored egg and fiom dye. Tlie ht- tle biotJiei aUo ate one 01 ihe iggs but escajX'd with a slight tion PITT UNDER ARREST WILL BE CHARGED WITH 51% i SETTING TO FARMER'S NOME Tim next pt C jiiLtMiigs its decision to uitli- oi the association draw fiom thf present agieemcnt Canada ths payment to the C P. R now given uf ii ,truction ha VCL started with their enL object oi'the association The lxcie HCN. J. CHARLETON DYING rgctic and some good sti-light talk- 1 -siiaoc> ITALIANS' Grumble too Much Toionton 10 ing >thei. vork, years of age but until recently "CORPSE" WAITING RUM to-Effect WM a Failure in' xobuBt health. t f ami m a short tune 'trill lx- Ont, April 15 Hon. i cult-lon called for foe the erection of John Charlion, formerly member otfnovei, suy building It isVvpected that" tlr-j .he: -for lllt tht? nian building' will lufcoiropleted the-1 Norfolk, .is so ill that is "Loid -A.IS somewhat' New j Mr Charleton is to tusk lor his of corn- Hut these me entiiuly by his sins ot omission chief winch is thc to give: [his that U.lining whcieby he' l h.iVe some legtud for piopnetyj L 1 of speech Jt was shown that thl' pi ftAH Nfj i rr I umiilA son of 0111 woithj jnajoi is, '1.1AFV" PFftPf1 AM17FHnot kppt Mndo1 suict (on-- uu! Bit then lus father is not to i blame ior he is an "n lesponsiblf in- diwdual Il> might be well i foi the impel lal overseas mail i ,o Chmi and Japan through Canada 5it07ng7nCer Says Eng the which cxpiies shortly, the Impeii.il govyin- has been supplementing Can ada's subsidy by an annual grant of Thiouph the representation Su Kichard Caitw right and thc shovel nment liere tho Batisb authoii t of alleged discrnn :n on city tliat Englishmen ,11? a grumbling !'ie tluy tlinv jejis and aie ught uU Lvts bt'ttei lf "ot In to continue the bub dt ltafetin l POLICE CHItF FIRED Xvleoiij B C April 16 Petei joll, who was appointed chief of Ifce last September when the police foi ce resigned over their treatment, by the then police commissioners, was today disnms'Kl from the force foi conduct of highly uprehensible natuie, the board refusing to accept Can oil's resignation. C. W. Young has been appointed acting chief of police. Hat, April mint K-auc-io oi ine b'.ct known tin u-amcla n'cnsation. Jo- n a tarniLi, u in V.'OA mcuru'd inNu enmjity iiud iecLivca iPtzcra m Ueiniau jigiita tnrcatemug 10 bum ad' nouse. baturday niglu his young 'son Awakened by tieanng noises, and .uncovered the u to be in ilames iftunly barely escaped with Uie'ti in night clothes, everything .ng Constable Shea, of Mounted Po- GETS SCHOLARSHIP I tlt wuu investigate Kingston, Ont, April S Lhc occurrence and immediately wired of Queen's university, was Lor re-mlorceiueiiU. Two CLUB Clarke j whojh engaged as a ed_ man with Win. Graham ,un Ome- mee furmor, adopted a novel means of j effecting BAD IS REPORTED SPLENDID TURN-OUT AT tlu THE ANNUAL v INC MEET- a. chief oil tit.v futhcis that- ovinpr to his J i uicapntiu he niblicd of '-ome oi his parental autlionlj and giv- LII some nssislanitt in piope'ilv dis-5 ciplming bit vvayw-qwi If that youth is he will Jugo put, instead of stopping it en-j a the Rhodes scliolaiship. Mr noly theit oiiginal intentiyn Kife comes fiom Edmonton a continuance of "the present sub j fathei is a teachei in the high school. piacticaly necessaiy in the [The luii Taking into account the-.e of immigration from the w- d States, ihe total immigration Canada this H expected to nearl> equal to lust year's total of Ihe ofticus ol bad to carry out the. purport of jhe dre'am-j as in'-tuicted. John name" came at thp meetings nd it was .igroed tq out Corpoial "Birschal, of the R W. ,f. P wai also to killed at the first npoiUuuty. Ft had hern arranged hat Michael Dell' was to 'be, shot h rough the window and William IHI-I to be k'llcd with an axe, working in Ins fields. 'He said he dreanu r-> believed in killing any who did not believe with llnni. C Kcksloun THE OLD MINE BRYAN DID NOT GET IT York's Delegation Goes structed to Unin CAUSES LOSS OF LIVES X, Tlon Presidi-nL. Pros., C. K. 3facleod. Vicc-PjcsidiTUs, A. K. Ilumphrkjs Uthbudcu. J. -I. Carroll Tabe- John Ifcndcrson, Phidier Creek, Xobic, Icc-J Tin. Sthciluli of was arrfing ed as' follows: ates was-something grand and the appiopriafe ____ icndcred by Madam Xorman'made it A'ronsignWnt of eighteen thc lclc' red lobsters rcnchecf to- ofllcr' rol.lwrj- of planted tmv-n aml the darint? fcats of hofn nnd lady opcr- Canmoie. V't men voio kill Tho ilid but piaetieally it of. ITc thought names of interest to the city and thosp it? growth should-be retained ioik, X Y, April to diy-i that began with bitter t-ctiTal di-pntts was concluded pmcher Creek Aui; ___ ,imid scMii'ii boidinng on the riotous, Lethhi June Jl 21 i the Otmocratic oom.-ntion squelched r.ilier. }f July 20 April lor Jennings 1 1Ting's. county faction head- "Uadood ,lunc July 11. tor Patiiek II McCurron Talker .Inne J, Ainr. o i )r nnd named an tin j Pmchei Cteck. Jnnc 18. dih cation t the national con- .vt Tabei clock this morning. ,rt i M iition at Denver Macleod, .Inn> Jnlx K{ i- Capleson and Matt_________________ Tothbridtre June" .Ftilv i and Mr? Wilmott, WILL OPPOSE CHURCHILL Irish Party Not Favorable to Naw President ,of xBoard of Tradi Dublin, April S3 at a neMing tbia afternoon, of the United rnsh League. John E'. Redmond, the 'riaii Parliamentary leader sakl the l in the, arising out of he assuming of tlie "premiership by Vfr. has involved an altera- i ion o! the attitude of Ireland-toward he Liberal p.irty and he did not hiuk the could support .Vinston Chnrchill in .the aproaching >v elections in .Mancho.ster. ind fjur others the n an cxplobion at d Old Mine, heicv' METALIZE HUMAN BODY Wonderfol Invention; Is "Reported Reported From Chicaga _ an Englishman .scting as fire boss -by the Dominion We under- were brought from thc js island that tonfght wilt lw thc last coast. _ nightA thai "these scones will pro- Alaska We also note that A PROHIBITS BETT1N3- Pinchcr. June IT, July 1-J, April lo Si'iia'c At I'inchcr- Creek: todav the Honsjf bill prohib June July 4 T .1 n i i i i 'raclx b tt5ntr 111 tlu> suggested thA> the lots in each foiu h.tle OIK- who onlj came out _ f of Cohnnbn Hei The latter 1 ,iu- i wife and family block be nuniboiesl in each; block. XI Kobt Nnnmons from hero a frw mon'ln'ago. It is not }etj {known what caii- d the explosion, and 'he fire his rut been entirely June Id. July July 27 sakl thare that ihe-two marie th j -of recent strike Creek Havelbcon the already -pannod and that this Plo> they only" look? from I v ro-.k, thc gravel going lo a rThc barlwr will open un- Itain the to tsl ton tumg.tl rxru. Idnv tomorrow t Mrs. Evelyn Gonlon, a youjng mar- tuo sides to this question as thcro as yi t The" font injui d. mon are in the General ps ill 1-c clsrscd nil ricd woman residing at 2il Thiffcrln W Winnipeg, nt eaVly honr this morning by taking poison. H Is said that she took following a quarrel hcr'husTjand. A number of Taber were in the city last night to the mr.tch. Gco. who came from Stonc- John Gunn's and bccti working as cn- SHOULD DO LIKEWISE -Nelson, U C., April Kcl- tke first work com- mettccd on the biff bridge, returned j Arlwr cleaning day was bratitl today. A chic half holkl ly mas proclaimed, prac- tically alt of the'stores closing j provision for public and everybody turned out for j fin> hall tree planting and cleaning up strfect- of proMmte and is to everything antl portrnjefl the advantage ot thc numbering Towns'nd resolution was parsed to er- I feet that the council TO of strert They fiaiSlt imtunu 'up the names as- soon os .possible. Speaking on the question of a pub- hr hall Tlowanl Case it was a wcil known fact on thc street th.it the Are limits were extended in A hurry to head ofi Hie H J. Ihll building and Fiske's limibrr jnrrl. The of present under thc circ of j v n v Constable a coroner, bnt one trom Bankhead as hts bofnif tlio nt'ar BASEBALL MATCHES NATION Cincinnati vet Diy and thought the should a hall celc- which pnblic meet ings rould b" x.ill i thc council asMntf them to mokei in Ihe r.xiIel, The Si00.- lire 000 000 001 nl Hostttttr, and Gil> n At New York v- i dMphia, w t uticls. "At VN TORIES FIGHT AT THE COAST Vancouver, ll.C.t April Consi-rvatives! ore -nnch agitated ov- er action of .t of to nnminntf Sir Charles I'upper-as a week tlu- executive, issued n si aliment '-.unic mntler should come up. in llui regular way befon; j the" con vent ion iiml ueioivr liie psiri-y innkei: its solwtmn in this way all public or private canvassing is pre- mature'asid detrimental to the inter- ests of Con.survntives. Implying tfi thii-.'Sir Charles Tup- IK.I, nddii'sMd n letter to Mr G IT president of the ibu Association A NARROW ESCAPE' Wood-tock, Ont While ndmg IngersoU oodstock today OP a trolley "car bullet shattered a window near whfcl: Chief Justice Sir William MuIU'cl- nnd G orce T. Hl.ick-tock -it tine. The bullet wa> the result -oj i e-uelt-si shrnUine, but it wa> a clott c.ill for tlnk distinguished penllemon DOUKHOBORS BUY LAND TonsciMitue Sit Charles Tuppci states that in his of public life has he anx thing so insuU- inly addressed {o.electors and'doubt- ed u n parallel could be tound out for sonve criticism 000 to bu was cither too' much or too httlo Howard ure 1 of Russia Tn his opinion th" full- postponed' on opportunity shotild be given to count of ram vhogc Nelson, C., April Ptter Verigin, the leader has closed a deal for 27.000 acres on the Columbia river two miles below Robson and a section" of'the Donkhobor community vill he placed on the land at once. Chicago. April Inter Ocean T oday says: "AVolfream Fuchs, m X-riy expert of Chicago, who divxl i %iar with X-ray narytr to --cience, discoverfcfl a -niar- 5 o wirk certain changes in living or- I .'anisni that transform them into me- 1 .iL For two years before his ie conducted- a scries of experiments vhich reached their climax in the mcUtliratwn f'J a rose, liiinhird D. Puclis, hH brother, up the work where he and brought the Sec- ret to practical perfection. Mr is planning to mctalizc A iuman Iwxly which he propos- s lo out on exhibition in a down town wrR-i-Mr, It wiil that nf a pauper, Ry process of motalization it will changed: into a pfatuc to al! will be of The wst, of this strange con.vrr.sion- of accrtrdhifi to tlui inyontor's cg- timrito -will be ?500. of Victoria: U.P-.T is VTS-- C. H Wrst" nt the R.X'.V. lUirraeks for n days on hor to her ;