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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTMBRIOOC, A i L f i NO Ctlewi fU Aiiioos to Gi vc Bwze Ftfhtcrs Too Much W CABI MET f IS ;BUSY Mot? But v Ari fryir-is :tp Catch up With r- Parliament Kaster -recess la wa, Ont -v i I iament ministers are iiol DROWNED IN ;r sparing _ in UK: Ottawa nridfuajly "j cil foku the, of .work to 'consider --I'', fa'f t h f i n a] i h) intnt iiiong of DEAD -Lethb-idgi. Old '---ii C cv -be very much throughout .ii'ie and Whoon-Un was ipay ;day 'and as usiwl much is 'the it cheers" und: r r fivjl tlie Hudson's 'and All, Red. proposals.. .J-SINJ fiejngr divCussiKJ. .in "H iheir anil: in wi wand Trunk Pacific Meet Death at Harfcty PJJ-'A fec-t: agoncjf Whoop-Up days? lunidles to'their G. Baker 'wagon bo.s-ses. the old bull- 'a'n the G. at the ittack- yewrs. WANT MOKE "POLICE j xj j of all April 13 A m Tin; Pass js ing accident occurredyestevxhiy at the! V crossing oi the tibningy-- D .p--t to WORK OMVCUT-OFF STARTS AFRAID TO Getting Evideflce From of Hat As a .result, of those things as well as the firhdisli occur- in KrHiilc the. .streets'of Coleman havn.' been- :all ni special "as w 11 N; AY. if. V. constable teiiij; glad to sav that RAINS IN MOUNTAINS Kirh, honiesterulei', Alberta; j lv.. L.. France. ton: po'riiry bridge: had on cut off of the .P.I1. -Five him-. arc. alreadv town- orderly tins' wi 'H'" torn porary-, bridge in7 ite 'nLouiitniiis Vor 'm .A -i v LilVr V. Orlv allM, iJ--M 1" "1 IHill V- .1 oiU'i''.varcl.-> built to ferry; '.r v- aiTivul daiiv-. POLICED COURT AT TABER CHARGED STEALING ferry across the" river. ;r turning' from day's, two' is being gjveii jnemb. rs the sect known as the "Divanuns" on a' charge, of burn- iug.tho of in Jo- seph burn district, forty .-niilf.s south of here, to and 'Hungarian Sentenc-d to Corning drawn out Zor.'a consid. r.ible lenptli of time. it was fexcceding'y difficult to '-get the to give evidence. Wher witness against N; '.heir, inenuiri s proved defective cm certain points until tin pprpsecution finally llienu The first witness w js Christisian Lehr, wife- of John L-jbr, whose liouse. Sii'oyed by lire. BAD PRAtRIE FIRES Raging to the North of" Here Doing Much Damage end fires are raging fiercely the river. that :wo or three have started cmy day for several days. The worst by a settler carelessly enip gome eoa! rraeiicaliy the whole country from the river forty miles north is burnt d over, including the Boomer ranch and .'the Cucle field. No '.serious losses are .reported among the settlers us the lira guarding has b.-en attended to but the will heavily Sf raiii does not soon comr to save some of the grass for the cattle on the: range while 'the fresh is cgrowing. Yesterday all of ftmmoiid City was outfighting-th: fire to the town. No lo.s.s is re- ported. IS THROWN AWAY Major Hodgins Makes Charges Against Government End ofG IP. BARS MERRY HAT ._ He is the Same Man Who Declared Against Length Sieeves VajurrJwr, B. C., April j ing brtiad'y that millions of dollars are be.itig. wasted or stolen in 'the con- i strncton of the government portion i of tli-} Grand Trunk .Pacific Rjilway, A.K. Hodgins, C. K.7" has i-j- sved a letter, tlie object of which is; jto secure an administra investiga- 'lion. Mi) joi- Hodgins' is now a City, April Victoria. ..Father Anton Kiilils.'. Mary's r His is a' Judge Hodgins ot Catholic Church has put a ban on. Toronto, who recently de- th- "ilerry _hat. Last sum- >naiidocl; an investigation by the s. H-rnment, to enquire into the reasons :ner he (ii-e.arvd against --'elbow length f j for ins Venioval from ofnce. Major" Hodgins, whb vcame to Canada- today Mr. .L-L. LnytiVn'.. .F.I1., with cy and iloltars or fourteen CUI? 'lays .in .-.r vRLnlilltU UilL On' a siifoiifl cijunt, he vvas t witli and .-'abusive.; I jliu-hcll, u :had'; walking .station been The into several: 1 -'j. if, .V and..two' regained and. thirdr The tliree re- men were- cauglit in tlie [j'swift current rind Yvoodford nfll'IK I IF jjnmped tlie water to save one.' r...> thi; drowning i.nen. Read man Varound L the neck. :A' in ..without invitation..' He: 'REMARKABLE CASE cuseil to '.twenty hurcL-Jnboiv Her evidence corroborated thai .of her. narrow.escape tiieyh'nd having to. leave the tire windows. .She- in that theV prisoner'.; had told '.tlur winter that.if Jhe to the place-stupid peo- tiiTeTwiirlay.' .'the blame td the Dream- [rs. Schneider.: a neichbrtr, not wear these huge the he snid to the voung three years serving on tlife 'staff of Sir Percy Girouard, in-Africa, worn n of his "Those in appohrtec! distVict f-ngineriv in ruaf. cannot seethe altar if such the four bundreel mile' see- sin- worn. Anyone church j ti011 o{ Last October a hat will be requested u-as He appealed-to. Leave it with the sexton." i Premier Lanrier but lie says no- iu- vestigation so iar has ENGINE WENf .INTO RIVER a sensational nature il" FROM VORANGEViLLE- jumped into a Jneniber niiniber of ladiesC' j" j r :v made gailarit 'at-iJ that jt- seine n cecl the the.p imforiunate 7_'' believed destroying all v. .Tlie vusioiii 'returns I7thc year, just v-ndcd on 'the- was as ami 1'arcel post, par- is nJieacl table next, morning; ALLAN'S GET' .CONTRACT. miners have gone to work, and tlujvprospects of a n'rc j awakoiu-il. by hearing luur A. and 'OoingCirilo tlie Allan'have a wa riled the con .Miss iipvv7fli-.havu-lort_ the Taber. llo- askc-il lier tlaiighter .'what'-was "tract for the Franco Canadian1 Icl to .spend tho Kastertide at Lcth- tbe "Oh, ma, -1 suw two' ship line rendered necessary, bridge- men killing Mr. IFamley .iii treaty. They .am t'v.kuHes' bicycle was rnllled :for 'Very :yani ,an.rl they tlirew him in a receive per for -v- Is expected in tvMlay for "whuh a large hurnher of A" V bo'ati of '-Jtlie Allan -are' thtr 24th been tickets wore disposed. Thomiis K mtmed the child round trips ;with .the option it-is i-iinVdred; that thp. VTutdiinson :the courteous, propnetor.I'sroLvVier to to sleep. Xext> worn. I 'niaking thirty-six if the out j I while, the men of bridge ping-' were endeavoring to get' jn traction .entrinc ...'thay wanten v to the1 river work, on a .wow, it REPRESENTED j-put beyond thc'irlcoiitrol f'DOM INION EXH IBIJTION AT the river: 'comsIUci-- CALGARY l_ f; V .lablo ditliculty is heiiig brinjring tho subnierged .engine out of HIGH TREASURER- -J Independent Foresters Vv Carclston. Aprir wirs and their dreams provid: ah auction sale for which he gave arnote for sixty dolars. Indepeticlcnt for Alberta was v ,v 'rfrirsday. The Alex. Me. ll.e C. the of a'., weighmaster for western ship-h. liis mistake he'askcd George Meyer's grain. Another letter from liaiiger or who held tho-note for "it and said he. would immediatelyi JMeyers K. L.. Richardson of the. Dominion! Fair advising as to the for the the; Howling Alley was'.r.thc__ lucky the tireaki'ast table she told !'.warrants winner .and rumor is very the dream detnil." .Several bbnrd- to whom the is to -whom t he, fortunate..Indy.; is- to.'; crs'heard" ;ity but Un.'.v ullvlaughed ati PINOHER VlEWS whom, he proposes presenting V -T v; Mr. Lee Urove tho Surprise" contents of tho: 'ryistau-'jKiumn: told stnuire dream, Hasnital! Ball fhlei-ost 3Tr. Gebo, '.Jwhcn he. arrives; ritrup. i I he Frank' closed for the three The are; anxiously': waiting lor something to turn utnt' the household TIainley and two men in Coke House- occupied by i ULU.. .varii nenrrme ennnie nouise-i i 1 finvriC-i'v-vre'eK. very ;di -car anil carried him around 1 "BR1 him in-'- broke up early, next morn-j l ,_ and all pronounced ifr. and D As he sank his hat off. and LV, Lraiff ideal enterlaJners. short nnxlucfd the %ote and tore; Ganlston district and its utilization it; upr .He was arrested Aor this nnrt advantage '.'was read and had went him Ontario.. 28 courts were representecl. Thi' foUowinKioHicers were chosen: II. (X uJ; lifo. Al F: GradyJ nils iiini t i LI ti xLv to to electing a committeejVJ c" R'' j" n" to god Jacob Jfprkle who told made .up. of W. H. Brown, E: N. Bar- K ;H Crlck ho should take n-venpe. Itjker, Dr. O..D. Weeks and Van Brown Trcasyrcl.( C.'x'-'-Bcnnntf H.-p.'lI w-rs discussed .meeting of catlll-r and .provide for all exhib- Dfeamftrs and it was decided Calgary Fair. wlwi Greyer? and his wife were awayj" The contract-of the Board with the _ flip family and the house wen-'to its royod fire Xehnan was to! immigration --'number was discussed Y.. F-. Calgary: Higlt Counsellor. '.T. W. Green. Eed High Auditors. AVI Li. Olson and II. dauis. Calgary, Tf. Orator. Rev. 1C'..' foraeille, 'Camrose: "FT. J. S..' J. rlo it. burned Meyer's] as .provisions were Canary: H. 0. Comp. b-Jrns and cattle using coal .oil. He could .get ,no oil. to start 'a "fire at the house and'besides he was afraid to1 go too. close ns a light was the secretary was instructed to, the Homestead people that the con- 1 Stirrott Cftl Bro_ tract must-be adhered to and copies sold in Cardston must come A _ there on ncconnt of sickness in the j through-the Hoard of Trade, honsp. There was snow on the! T1'c payhjout of tht> fee necessary trround and he .had to be cnreiul nicmbersliip in the Western As- keep off it, Gourds of Trade ft-as ordered and it was decided to send a delegate Crcck. olivcrr ir. -t Tr ,T G. Peterson. Okotoks; Il.C., J.G-. Turjrnon, II. T. Wil- Wetaskiwm; If. S. U.. acleod; H.J.B., G-. ifunior 1'nst High Chief Ran. INCORPORATION cariod fire arms about his person. O PoJlihs Albert Xoinian, a son, b-ing. called Hat when the convention j to the he could tell no-1 was-'licld. is 1vicl'v The report of the discussion'.in -Jhc innis ainnii UK as ne n.ia Cnurt that, "meots in .lune and Bro. Dominion House relative to the 15. Ont. Tla-sting Trenton, nfTlcer Ont., 1-1 bill t., hits, .been appointed .'sheriff .with his hat.Mt won t sink? II Tr -il, T. iIFospitnl Auxiliary takes phi usuries County, Ont; hide it m the bark. T [-Monday next. From n then thov walked across to j; counts there will be a on. prevent ati .tun bark on the other sade'orj Ipresent. cer, was drownwl at-Fort Francis.-the yard and took off five or six pieces i Perner. the Pine annual ball given ibv the ladies iCOLEMAN CANNOT SEE ANY AD- VANTAGES COMING FROM BE- ,ice on all ac- be a -large crowd ING A TOWN .Ilrn. Oollins w.vs unanimously cho- sen as representative to the Supreme not yet 'been and did riol dream, although he attended the meet- ings. He was excluded whr-n dreams tension of the charter and subsidy of the Western Canada Railway., was were being n-lated. Karl Otto, an- listened to most attentively and other prisoner, stated that the pre-i secretary was instructed to write .Tn vious witness was not excluded from j Herron. M. P.. thanking him for h any part of the meetings. active interest.'which had resulted in Green facleod yesterday in the -formation diainnan Mr, (lod Jacob of the Southern- Baseball baseball Court was rlosetl with ceremonies to meet two years and date to 'be fixes! .-by Yes. j-halt hear. clear trumpet thou j I. Cod .Jacob, am the' and with thou light- made up of active mem-, p 1 A T> i feedings throughout. E. X. Bakor-wls moved to solicit and enthusiasm and; for orders thereof. >s ailfc to tho I.O.F, Brownm- was moved as -than ever in Al- now mombor of the Board. Court Session berta. place Friday afternoon with a razor, Pierson Dtmthorn" of i old jrjrl, who lived not far irom.Hnm Pacific Avc., was found ley's, had jV most in his rooms .'at.... 311-5 this morning out the'un fort tin ate rn an. Ida on the verge of druxth. 'not fore his body wnsN What howed on the sam. side'.by one of you think of it? It Street, nn OakviiUv basKct weoks after disap- mnkor, is hovonng bo.lweon life i Pctvrflnce._she told, her -mother that dfcnth in the "general in TO- "she TTamloy w'ns, councillors who expected to sup a most peculiar thing- it practically nothing was done. of the i ,......i-a.s the only one Other places around the tannery were who supported the measure fairly and searched, but this particular vat was squarely he having had much ex- not. Previously u building covered i pork-nee in other towns vhich took very Avoll, nntl sht- vat, the only one of several that Haynes. tin- ma mouths 'One inorriinsr water. not searched. sloro wa.s ronio.ns a result of a bullet wounrpHis hnd noon found betwoon Jtwoj the vats, butfit bumctl down last tlie same step subsequently had j year and was -not rebtiilt. roccivodwhile. jirrcst an a'] piles of" ton bnrk. fhsrjjo of alleged attempt assnulti Other neighbors. "Mrs. .James 'Ulley. j The body wns on 11 five year old girl at OakviNe. Mary McTajjgrtrt and Mrs. A. Tyler, jknees when found. Jncob. 2nd chapter i an? 3rd. Vos: so it is. Jacob and! _C--_F- Hnms for the David has (lod forsaken, therefore! toil thou. Satan, .'did T not provoke pood for iheo. thv whole with; t nil what thou nmTest (or a livlihood? i and fnr the defendant. .2 Washington ,.................J.2 3.1 At New The of F. Clay ot al vs. W. 0. 1 i New York...................... .2.3.1 VPS also decided for the plnntiff.; Philadelphia .3.6.3 At lion- dost thou reward God? There- fore thou" sliolt. beginning from today Tim cases for assault found to i come tho mlo recpiiring trial; ,1 Know that 5 thou j marked prosperity. The Board enemy of 10 Satan's ;shortly after TTamloy vrent. away, jstreot. a difToi-ent way than if he had I Chns. March, .second vice-president' drenvnerl that he had mot 'n violent _tho ynrd from the Mill street of the Brotherhood of Pninters arfd its hands nriri ihow-vor decided It t'uced .Mill.; Towns'that hnvo incorporated, write to otheriji'dg.r Him. tio, T will destroy. 5. .0.1.0 Sf Louis At Detroit-j Detroit ......1.5.1 .........12.20.3 the C-od of Jacob. learn of the have f to thorn. P.v the time answers! nnd that his body had he was never j have come it is u> hoped that this! Decorators rtfol m Mon- found in different places. Of ccui-sc, i known TO do: There wciv only thnxs j will have been mndf live of Colornan and I o stirt hsr tronl Bgsx] .57, first pivsi- J had none of the dreams been of. water'in the nnd. unions Hirm Of the of Dominion. Trades and Lflbor! weeks ,ajco.. people woulc! riot, suicide ,-or.. these stpns wiH Congress and was onco for Parliament. candidate ;rtny stock in them, but they were} win nod by. falling into he 'could era of prosperity; that is stire told months