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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta If" t S ,1 1 nailv V> LiTHitlDOt, TU Ef DAY, VAPRIL MI wo; -in NEARLY FIFTY PEOPUWERE f. ft V: HLLED; Autrabi Rail- MALL FOU LOMOOM Architect to LADIES OUT OF The Lotion jcil has to pro- buiimiif oi County 'Hall site selected on the -JUnlTs of Uie Thames at Westumi- is coat UuL.screu .yearn 'will U Ktlpli till he' ttiaf gofiitiorx' by 'coinpe- in the 29 years bkl. terras architect will amount IP" about w> FIRE MOW BRAY April 20.- Two CAciUMon tiains '..collided last night at Hraybrook Junction, a vil- f were tele- scoped and it is believed 27 pco pic wejc killed uml about forty in- jured The has not ascertained as the wreckage 'me 7and'w.as almost' completely destroyed.' %i Melbourne, "April been; taken the elevator and the C, P. JR. fata- destroyed by fire lafct Anight. The fire broke out elevator; from some" cause un- known and'spread the v station, Three thousand bushels of were in the elevator which were de- Foi _ .out- of at" __ ncai Apnl the lOtlv, several bthcis -still buried 3 It, The stepping into of persons ed (is placed at of the' tims.m the tram from JUillar were just settling in 'their seats when, the crush had sig- nailed to do stait and was jn the- car when TJendigo asfde in tune to save himself. Tho in darkness and a scene of indesciib- abie the collision Three carsVHookTirc and many of the'victims burned, beyond recognition member-of; the fire brigade found the 'bodies of-his-two stroyed. The covered by in- f .AiQUIET WEDDING; A very v--' 4 cd'at the parsonage on Red path street "ft Jaw, was Alice Hine J. M Harrisonjr; pastor plX Wesley jphnrcji, on 3Tp.UT. Mr7 o i -Mr ._, They wil and -Mrs. leave" for-Ontario their tour. v CATHOLIC CHOIRS Pipe's cm Dmrpra Thigs Ottawa, Ont .April Some of the Catholic Church choirs uhich had 'anungcd for ladies to take pj.rt m their Mister music grajnuits obliged to dispense with the female in. one or cases. TUoy were to take so piom- hveut a part that the elaborate pto- hud to IK; tnn- ccllcd. When the" device of Pope Pius, X OR church music was issued, in which LIFE Fire in considerable of of Comnfons, April and Suurduy did) noiih and ea.st Knnbrca Church d iuul Henry s- of hole lost granary and Milloi of Hapel- AUJEKTANOW OWNS BEli SYSTEM cliff The liitlo of Jacob h r was (iiwlly buinofL in a fewi-pt ovci their homoiptcad on Friday. While the nar- r ents "were7 jilfiitinr' 'the llamc-s from the stable bab> staited to walk" over to UieiirHiul in the Haims they could rush M Alcrta it provifk-d that women should cot sinjf muss and ujilain services of the church the chinches were given a. teruun length of time to prepaie choirs ?of male, voicas. Some of complied with the new regulations manj months ago but otheis still continued to have women to berr) yesterday, Caron, Sask.r April 21 Kioicy prai- y- lie fires ha devastated the entire country of !iero up writing reports verittwl of the destruction fifr the buildings onx Hie faims of Uoyd Wilson, ,Jplm HaVdif, Xoiman Othei losses ire" lively to as the coun- try far as the eye can (ire burning from the .iouth SstttKLu and scores of all last 0 Murbndge, the local manager of the teleplione system today re- c.ived official from the Bell. Telephone Co that the'system in Alberta had boon taken over by the poveinmcnt as a going concern, transfer dating fiom April 1st in the choirs. l 'The mle is nowitiict" Ottawa. TWO BROTHERS FACE CHARGES WOMAN WAS KILLED Run Ovtr by Apparatus on Way to Toronto Blaze I scene rcsibiwblcfl a the J they s, t x t i Itffivl ti wore The dnxer "of Jihc JJendigp V n. Ca J 4 ot 1 tisl 3 t illft 1-1 i he saw _ e V brakes'Tcfusetl to the butt w.is iin BrtAerb ArrnMii Cika Ont April this morning the Grand Tiunk Klevator on wa- front. The eLtvalor was partly tSillal The loss is [000 partially covered by insurance. One of the rci'ls in responding 'to the alarm ran over and killid Mrs.-ifnry] formers night 'and today. C-i-t BUNCH OF CASES APBARRACKS Kept Defoe, St. West Trymg FOR CANADIAN CURRENCY NEW STEAMSHIP To B: CondocUdiby Grand' Railway Botooon Trunk Jieh'ast, Api'ii It is said Uui, 15ner4 Albany w being built here and two' White- Star boats, thr lialtlc and a linor will be placed on the new Can- adian service will, the White Star steamship company in conjunction with thfr Dominion line that the Oiand Tiunk R. R. contemplates opening in the near future. It is flhu fttalud tlut sleamers will altcrnatf-ly run fiom and Southampton to Montreal. FALL WHEAT LOOKS FINE OiuUon, April of eiop conditions, on Wednesday, TKos. Woolfoid said: fall wheat is looking fapli'ndid and I ju'ver'saw it look bettt'r at tliis of the year. Alfalfa ib Iwking fine as also clover. Kvorything seems to J coining thiough all The ground is in jrood condition for seeding and docs n9t lock dry Of course, we can stand a little and we are wing to get it." Seattle Banks Announce in Discount Rate v, Seattle, April 21 attle clearing house banks have agreed to reduce discount rates on Canadian 1-2. Hereafter the rates ,viill bt 12 of 1 per cent on su'ns not over luth a minimum cents. On any .sum over the charge will be-one-eighth of one oer The new charges arc just ufficient to-cover the actual cost of -shipping the c'urrencv Iwick to C.m-i S ida .md getting returns. TRIED TO DESTROY RAILROAD Tokio, April attempt to de- stroy the raiho.nl leading fro'm the coast to thp Capitol of Korea on the morning of v April 16 was discovered before any scrioub damage was done, and Prince Ito arrivwl at Seoul on schixlulc BIG PLANT CLOSES DOWN Saultc Ste. M.iric, Apiil Al- j.'nma ,SUel Co, the largest steel fail plant in Canada, announced that tlie phut will be closed down indefinitely owing to lack of ordors. The bhist furnace will be kept going but the hearth plant will be idlf. Several hundred will be thrown out of woik i'f if. and West I the eonseni-iis of opinion at a coniVr- hart -a" aWinoon ycstculaV. ence of the presidents of nearly all t f t 3 Firs t> of "all 'the Italians, Octa- of trunk linos held at the Benniiu, Xaiioli I'melma, office of Uantowani, llaJfionK a.rul tlie trunk- linos, association. their freely and Med .TuKa. two other Italians WATER'IN TEXAS- {peopl Dallas, April served j during'atnnmktn row XoT 3 on ity or d a Yestorduy morning. Pathei an Tighem the Easter st-rvjces held ut St P.ituck'jJ The serx a week ago Sun- day, I'alm Sunday, when the, palms niul 'to Holy Week was strictly'ob- bcKinning on IFoh Bramford, Ont., ''April Affairs' at Buck Stove works' nt here'lOO mould-'' en haVe been on strike'' for three i weeks assumed serious' aspects last night when at closing' hour strike briMkrrs aie, ciuartercd in the works'nude an attack upoif the unioii' men on pickc-t duty in the vicinity." Gem PL Dative, .1 itrikci.. wasj Iwully hurt in nic-lee, hi-, f.icc with the butt end of a revol- u-i aifcl iCLVixfriK inteinal injitfles.3 t Rt- was removi'fl to the hospital, fn i' vi n ing the union gave some si like .1' fusil-ulo df while the latter were on 'the vay to 'w'irk nnd one1 strikebreaker li.ul to removed to Fn afteinoon the strikers 'dragged a nUn fiom .1- rig -was on his way to i he" factory. hi- rtaken by the the ?tiikois were The moulders certain ductiorir. made in the "pay on pieco woik basis -'fit defective wbichjhey tcrfal work, counsellor of the embiisy at London, is still the iostitution 1 will succe. d to the, vacant place- at Pekin." Baron go to Ber- lin and Baron Ishii will succeed him as vice minister of agricultural af- The" are soon to ,be officially announced- WILL-NOT MAKE ANY CALLS American. Fleet It Not to Stop _ at 'Any European Port -London, Apnl lias" been de- cided dcfmitdjvthftt the United States fleet of battleships call at any European port on its "way home, .with the excrption of certain rusicd by 'ConsUhles Matpur, Chalk- nf fiave'becT forced leyaid yJJrow er. Mem-burnf had in ttf rom homes low lands' ami it foared a deatructivo thc "wounded men, ho presented a' flow will follow The present siago dilapidated apjXhirunco" in the Itrrwas thatrxhe flast two of the named noT in thai butcher Business ami bound to appear as witiocsses.: "Th. 1S90 GREAT RUSH TO BATTLEFORD Itattlffoid, April unusual c I ruah of nnd settlers' ef- morning with solemn High Mass to On Cood sci ice of the Ti Fday moi n- thc unxcilmg and the veneration of tlu cincifiv, oil the coining- to kiss the micifK lymg on a cushion Thcie were co main present that this cxeicibc look oxer jui hour. On PLANS OF COURT HOUSE SOME OF THE ACCOMMODATIONS THE NEW BUILDING WILL CONTAIN John S'ociv-., deputy minfstcri Holy Friday night were the stations j public worka has faent to W- of the cioss and aftoi that the von- other until ten j keeps Hundreds of lteo-jeration of the iclu- of the true cross. o'clock this nioinuifT ndiew Brand, n 1'ole, Rudi- a Uemian, were crt of stealing co.il from 'C.P.H. yards. JThrough IT. Goodman, the Jntcrpicter, they admitted coal-from the ground-' but did it wa> ste.ihng r-They 'C nrai n osi upon ple arrive d tily and the tions of the town urn greatly It is aii- Mdny fntj, are pitchwl on 'henticated aiMi sotileit the Wshops of the town for the ac- commodation settlers -'the Mediterranean neceS'r_ -ary to stop This wtlh a "lution 'Poronto, .April, end of Stouffville, love last which authentic testimony is ed before tho ichc can be On rlfoly Saturday the scivices included the blessing of the new lite foi the f lion conveyed in, the American certain -amoma of pxunshment reply to invitation extended- by spending days in light when Constables Ryan and -CG t" Britain 'that the fteet comoto 'the Bamicks. Luitdy, arrested Noah Stouffer, a A buncli 01 lailway'nicn were Vied mnnSof 26, Jiving who isgdiarged'Vith the ATE A LIVE HOPTOAD hand to sec Imw things Kelly, Donriell, accused f Jbgihgibuilt in the town and are rapidly i I by new arnvals. __ Several settlers" yesterday with c.irto.ul-, of farm implements, j etc. 'amongst them! b inp Ross and Charles of whom had a lo.id from Mr. R. W. Thas opened the town, having his" premises on St. and is alreuly _a girl couple-'caino Toronto some davs ago and Have t .been lirinj on Church street as The for- the man's by the girl's ;crc takcn__into manT-wiir be ch'argf-d ,vuh abduction wliile the girl will be stealing sonu' liquor from the Ar. irrett was swoni The of the Knox church atjivhjch a frial by jury -will staged, r takes place tomorrow 'icld umkr- a of two He been infatuated with the girl for anJ.it was to away iroffl the control of her mother and Cadet Sapn Won But He Stayed in Bed Three Days t___ J 111.; April the -Western- Military Academy boys were making impossible wagers the other; -day, when some one suggested eaiing "a -frog alive. "It can't bt. declared a Mis- sourian. Sapp from Kansas thought he could cat one. but thr-re is no frog pond on the campus. Somebody tjested a hoptoad. DR. CLAPP AGAIN Walkerton, Out., April lirucc Curison'ativcs rf. M. Pv. candidate, the .lext prox'inciJil flections. _ n j 1 o I t, a v ft T f r> eagerly looked forward A ploas-j Vtiss'Swpe, Mrs. ant nnd entertaining rvening is nnticipfiupn. of Sparrow, P.C., Mr. i "Xexrr ate Sapp. think But all the: snmec." "Hot you you can't." Done! Put up your money." The crowd went searching on the the'lot tmtira cadet jubilant- medicine lington Hotel. I his case did not, come up bur Donnell was the star feature in a coup'1 ol" other actions. Jh the first he w as accusHHl of as- saulting U'ong a Chink the Winnipeg UcstaTir.mt. 4 ,The Chink r r fi1" andvthe police did not; as to Oonnoll ami his friend JTc- Xiell each other as to dates ami circumst.inccjc." Dpnnell's oxvn statements wore x-ery much'mix- of the Holx Mater some of which rooin- i____ Catholic rooni libran-. barri NEW TORY ORGAN April Canadian Courier intimates that the Toronto NVwi, owned by J. Flavelle and edited by J. S. Williaon, late of thef-was taken home Toronto Globe, is to supplant the land of the baptismal water to Ixi Mail and Umpire as chief Cons Tva-j-uscd during the .ve.ir aitei 'which the live organ. Ji cl.tims that the Con JjLunny of all the saints was chanted. serxMtive-s nrp with Ahiis colebintcd and the Gloiu latter p'ipor. (intoned, ihc were runtr i npam. aitoi lining silent-fiom IIolx 'Jhursd.ij. The Ixister M. P T the plans of the pro- posed coin i house, showing a two- itoifj building 6G fJet by 72 feet. Tluk fiiit fliwr will have officer for th- clirki of the Supreme- and Dis- tnc. Court-, and tho sheriff, vaultb a -jiflcnce for tiie janitor and the cMls. lights o. the chnuh for the xear thoT include a blessing o. tho lar-c wax pasc.il can-! {uTgC rwm> Supreme ctl. The upshot '.x.x trates handcfl down that the a. Scotch vcidict told him beliex--! I can do he commit ted the assault but thatvthere was noi to prox-e it though denial was'ex'idc'in iy untriio and there ty had to dismiiw the case.. A NEW BAND n Another brass band has been or- giinired in the eiiy and made its first at Fireman's pa rade last ox'ening. There are twelx'e of the b md all of whom bandsmen, before, some in bands nf high standing. It is ex- pected to increase the number of to twenty. Nicho'as Meyer is the conductor, B. L. Cop1, man- ager and W. Bnxvk, secretary. ITaUchijah toiloucd. No services wcie hckl on Holy Saturday aftei- noon, confessions IxMnt? heaid all ai- ternnon. Court barrister-' room "and room. At the r Miggistion of the barristers of Leth- bridge tlie library 'accommodation has been enlarged to allow fni the- largely incro.ised Itbrarx- BAN ON BUCKET SHOPS Albany, X. Y.. The As- sembly today passed the O'Brien bill rommiminn ly four Inuuln d Sunday morning. winch makes :i bncki-t it a Mony to conduct distributed to near i Alter tho first mass nbles people bnnjfim? CHILD MISSING Hat, April 53 be- otd ciibioiii of blessing e.u-! iK.vod that the infant daughter o! pcrfoniKHi. ihc Austrian i Janus, Xorquay, of Gros Ventre, has IK.I-" ,-The little child dis- baskets of nearest doctor was calld. a nnd Mr. to hi cry practice in town and locality. Yesterday was n summer day, tho oonsoQueaee tltat the liy- had a 'good timoj every ioam Ijoinq Tcqnisitioned and it is to "that j- wry gintlemnn was accompanied by one the nnd 0. P. flyer fronv to H arrived at rrcc Hotel; W.C. J. 5. Keyo7 Mrs. C. fam yesterday7 ball. The Parry brought up the "job and bimmting on his fnonds of the Broth- of Trainmen threi5 a tiger he when into the diamond j they were tired it. restored his, vigor btii ot enough to ily, frtthbridge; Van Hecke, Lfthbridpe; A. J. Irving, A. Prince Albert" Mr. G. Jones has retired from! management of the Canada West' tempt him to nnolhvr he Judged that looking for FIRE AT CHATEAUGUAY, QUE. Chateauguay, Quo.. April jsonVhoiel known as the Grand Cen- a three "storey structure, was de- .stroyed by fire this morning as well as the entire co eggs. etc.. to be blessed. Thiv church fitly people standing outside at the morning ser- xicc, ix.inp unable to train .ulmissir.n The music and decorations were map- 'nificent. the choir quite "irona with tho af'dition of men's voices appr-arod on Saturday. The building Vass w railroad station and the latter at one time took firo but by the combined "iu fi efforts of or eighty who formed a bucket brigade the tion as well as surrounding houses were savH. The loss is itutetl at pnrtinlly cox-erod on hence- forth div'nr season, llolv in j.thu churih of in ihc common nine in to carry on his proles- in the Northern We understand another labor nan will bo appointed to the position, ono mirmte after r Tho clerical staff of the above com- 7 juat a minute late of the scheduled time. This service xvill be a great com-enience to travellers conrnnercinl men -visiting Arrirftls the are J. McDonald, of Lundbreck, persist iji using me engineers office; and diseon-j- fiture of the engineer, who has ob fcciion ,to face washing and similar acts of vanity. KI88IMQ GAMES PROHIBITED April Cwmty work r-and prayini; that he wouldn't j insurance, find it and so and'Magistrate! rHumpnrics founn n-job with j Jabor for thntv d iirst Communion class thirtx children tnstniction t JUM 1 rfa.x three BASEBALL RESULTS 1 Monday's Games NATIONAL LEAGUE: At R.H.E. "York 77.. .7.T. T..4.6.0 Brooklyn ....'..................1.6.1 At St. St. Touis -.......................0.5.5 Chicago At Cincinnati Pitisburg ......................1.3.2 .v At Philadelphia <10 Council hag an ordinance for- bidding children County Council v" schools to CAUSE OF DIRTY WATER The city xxatfr is quite dirty today r ermwcnt employe a.s n at tha Uarracks, Inquiry at tho pumping station oli- CHAS. DRINKWATER1 ILL .4.10..T AMERICAN: Imlgintr clothing proxfrted. cits tho statement that tbo reason is ,John Gursby. games -in. hoon prow lire around houses which kissing forms part. Thfil where he had no to bo, was whon the '.xater in the. rix-cr having risen about three feet during the last few days is coming through the At d teachers arc instructed to to days hard labor, filtering too freely Mr. Reid saxs games are discontinued vThxi reason for the" prohibition contained in a sentence of the ordi- nanc'c.'rending: "On medical grounds the 'practice is considered ntioeair- i able." Prominent C. P. R. from Pneumonia i "At Xo.w Montroal. "April Drink- Washington .1.4.1 jbut on account of his wife and fam- 'hat the water is not being taken di-jnes-y of the- C P. R is lying dnnpor- At and prexious character, the i from the rix-cr, the TIVCT in take mislr ill trom pneumonia at his rosi .Boston rdi- sentence was ndtd. hax-ing boen shut off two months ago. 'clener here. Fears are onlortainod Duladelphia President Xov, York r of the- C P. R is lying dnnpor-j At ill .5.11.2 sentence was The Kelly wore remanded until day. boen shut off two months ago.' clencr here water is being taken from the'lin recox-erv Tonight condition as usual but it is not being weilj ii n ported a littlo for the on nccomit of the hifh water. better. v At Detroit .2.12.5 Ckveland ;