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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta BEOTT 'the; KUying after ub iou sched t: -Af ter-. f that' (la teCthe iuca arc .to; be paid jaccbrd- of. the ;.vfbVcmeiv; ;yi'ho.wiil'ratc.: thorn accord iiiffj to' kin l-hmiged h rougfao'u i t InR Western d i vis-. ceiyed Vnoticef o WUI Coivti m ifid; JT. j >i tbitt terms" 5 stores and; isoH rjsyiripathy with Ihc curly 'veixt; would gladly in 1 ni i; f t we're rpossi rib' it bei ng f (1 such a cb'ursc :i s it tosoil othei-- ams lyes'cbfisUieVed-the re-; quest- it reiijionabic o uridcH well knd statibn- jirsj did huyc': -any ohjec- ti -'''r'-''' cfmccrned -r JRy were as. thctJ the iOitawli; Ajm r :v 5he C'o u n ci I terd a cipicii act, t'His' J55 und radical mea- ,-yT ,V sure. ed atrpnagc part isariship ._ in thtj seek" SH ERIFF IN POSSESS I ON OEFUTATIdlt _.. RE TREE! WITH CX- jicw- SENTEMCCD AT MONTREAL DOOR WEEDED Bcfort Montreal, April. of King's Bench today, Justice Lavergae sentenced and Put-1 ;convicted of''at- niurUerto 19, 12 arid 15 years respectively, in Co. Will Be i- wtrr-f years; "i- Auction got ,'r ed to Hudson and brown at St. Tambort, afCer u Vj'rihiiiL' ifight .with and w he convicted of a-series of Payi-Ue convicted on; live counts of Assault .-got pine! years. U .-George 0'- I enry; convicted of rape got'Ji'yc years. Solicitor., against, the granting Obod lx keep- their though, noi seiLing.iroin tho grocery lie said that -the city could prohibit .selling but -.could merciuni "on Friday; April ,2-1 Skou son Kas'.r i he: cu u'nt ry. a nd is s PO-sixi 6 claims Vto fexico ivhere ha fnttri-sls. i was fornibrly ?a- i'a t p'rpiii i nen u r- fiyihci- district; 0 piii machinists -v aui-" .31 Lv8St.' u8VS 'U0L JU. vISli ouint {he is i -niec-i get ;as as first-; class and jr. thai vit j air loathe; 'etr or, the; coiupanyy for: a' reduce tday.mornirigafttf "doinpletfng that on .theVpart- v i r night regard'-. UK- ttves on ihe up. staU-d tiiut- Ixvn taken of the, streets on present v LITTLE CHILD ;FOUND iiedicine quay.'-.aged..-.two-ami a half years, who wandered from her home in .the j GroH ou; was found by Miv Conna, living six milesla way whe.ii the child- walked 'up to his house. She luid bec-n 'with- out food ami a diuirK'l of- Jf-'linn's, carry ou in ore" than one business had separate entrances the (iSHiciiity be., overcome, .but the grunting of such as that of the Good 'C'o'. had made'the early- I'Josing bylaws of. other .cities a jfarce.' _ (Jood was advised to separate his businesses bylaw cuniTot request. I.- as. the early-closing niado to uk-et his thc: m telephone a f ter ah interview. w'itH lion it; minister public'- ;abbut JielicyJhg' that to, .'into work tha't-nbw will'lxf J if to: wprkHhat .would'. FINED of the..'biihch'-' were" TELEGR APHIp; BRIEFS j n g.... wi 11 w i t hou t dbub'r. this." In -shall'- be" in PROM JSES TO MANCH ESTER ;to bor, notj; coin mil. tiia't' !9nV: Letli- to and '-rUich'-'-frpilfn.Ta-- -1 la There Jiad -hot except.' b two'. cnuncii's p'resen streets of'.the. is done, ro'f u way'- above ic JK-cessary' tp rate-, to ..briiig e In regard most given. It iting of trees had itic and. it was fo'uiid1 build sidewalks to, fi t t he' tain streets, 'must. provision this: Different. were decided a 12-foot '.w'lil.k; walk; stand-; had oh during" that tiinei open prsurie "i Jas., (J, (ieputy ;clcrk of .the 'iit Ottawa, has Ixjen proj'not'eil posilibn of Clerk of the Crown, in Oiancery in; sucrp.ssiiin to the .late ard ;3, _aV .C-fiki'bXsulfWalk, built so extemttl ot welve -feet for ppsj: a -Moot ftf- curb. to he cohtehdetl, are Frpin' Ftmcr ef frcat Brkak Passd Away Froo Fafcrc-U a Ltt? awl Stcccssfil Career :Sir Canip- .T fofilier.-. British pre- at- 9 J5 o'clock this morninjj itt r in powiiiiig The ;ehd; was peaceful. of -Sir -.Henry's de.T tli is .officially giveil as' hearty failure.. Si r :'Henfy> Cn inplK'H Dannerni a n ro- prirne minister April Slife'gerst ing '-in his .letter .to _wlio sojourning Herherl H. V Asquith, ciiji Jicellbr of the; "exclieci'uer and the successor. -Mr. at- once "by .the king and received Sir in health inay be dated.; .For nearly forty yi-urs he sat for the Stirling burgh, his record ...of bflice; goes back to 1871 he was secretary to the -which .post he held r. FRENCH CANADIAN COMPLAIN AiOUT KATCHEW AM SCHOOL .Ottawa, Oiit.. April Conmions-resuinod afier tlie Easter cess today an ill-advised attenipt was made by '.Arniahd Lavergiie ahd-.'iMr. Bergeron "to stir up -trouble over scliool question in Saskatchewan. -Mr. V- Layergne .took exception to Cutp's about "vi yt-ar- ago 'byyth'a legislature :.of which provides loir-. the 'establishment of-1 a secondary school. He contended that was invasion ou -'.the Vights- of the, Roman 'Catholic rimibrify in that as it: gave Vv'ihcial ;g.overnnieht jiower a ipiierai -tax sclio'pls ;to'; ap'- 1 teacliersvand trustees; (o 'select text'- a ocurricu- 1 u'ni w h ile'- H did not the minority' .would right of paratibn ,io, which V.they.y the-' autoiionVy billl iy claimed tJiel; act Twas ''il ihd-'.siioiild .have boniinioh'goverhihent.-, Ayieswoirtli iif a cleat forceful said lie had second, time irom "iSSO.'.'.to During, ilio., next two years was- to thy. the- closest consideration." and; he v unfibleVio in, the ilie TRoinair Catholics 'm.-: Saskatchewan h'a'd coniplai ned to 'liiin .ofr the the; he succeeded as Iris'n the: ofiice ably until tiie in 1S35 in spite of the fact'th.it fn _the-- of 1880 he.v.wiftj ;Vsecretiiry of, war.; 'The unionists, suggested.jiinr as cnndi: date it) .which 'Mr. jiiiniibsli :6f Gullcy-; proved both .hicnlbers" for their ..attempt "racial firesy-and >r Popujatioiv twice: e, the size :oi J''-- 'discussedF- -r, j'-duputa I ion being': _ Big Pension Scheme Within a to Be Adopted Rule v the Legislatub" jiiT South n. Bui ejected ma.v1- .or "of :St, a of" Wl bycr ;irrtyorVSears; 3r., P.'s at, predict t hAt- the session.; of Par! ianien t -yii! l.xsL-untit Ilhejend and Mm s um ed t lie dditio n'i I n aiiio u nder th e will of -'a "nYatcrnal Auricle; ate :Henry of bequeathed to Ijirge in succession to Sii" William :.Har" court in February The; Boer uttendedr'Gla.sgowVuniver- standing cliffere Trinity ai Iii I860 he married ovc-r. tliis. AVar: priivcd-. a stumbling the ad in i n iist nt I ii ni r. bijt wi th tiie standin clifferene -s ;.b'et wo'eii Lib iui otlier -Liberals r -a', 'unaniinVjusvote ter m :Briicor -General -Charlos. ycfiiififlcn'ce' ins Ins leadership and-: since satisilcd with th.: Aid. C IT Y CO U NCI L AUTHOR IZE8 -POLICE NEGLIGENT IN EM- OVERDRAFT Li-s-facliotl Mcwb u rh r ex i i r, ssc-r I 1 ?t he trees bin supppswl'' would- to -get over it. 'r'..Sgnicthi'iig must ti> the-'ifgeneral welfare; He if; will i TOTHErMCE A POLICEMAN WILL BE ON THE TIME AT Receivl i of "0 ebrge declared; th a t "a h lige pens ip 11 a >-eixrI it remembered -'that is. of- in-- 'satisfactory. n -m: (iting .of- .the 1901. In 1002 a'passage of words toot pbici- be- tweeVi; t.liit dOcinne-oiVtlie Slate" with regiirdrtn .the' Irish question, and.oilier public and the. Liberal j L Hen ry again of jeriil in-1003, '1904 and 1005, in opposing the.- education antl licensing acts, Jfr. Chamberlain's fiscal jwlicy and the goyerninent's action with -regard licimsing and j to: Chinese, labor hi Soutli .AfrieH. :0n j I tht- msignutioh of the Dal four admin plaint had received- '-froiijt'-fi.tlh'e 'Roman._ .when front' pa per, a telegram 'v- from the fleputy hi inister" of list ice .to asking him to 'pas- 1 -if.nl upon, the Doukhnbor 5 err that they miglu- be back.; to' Saskatchewan He wanted. v on what ant liority tliis -action hid been -taken ami at'.whoao. 'ex'peiistt, the -v OuiikhoiiDrs would -be' to ka t eh e wa i K so if th e ment -would .undertake the resiwiisi--': bility fur -the good behavior- of these people- in., the The. said the mutter was" an imixVrtarit and ..suggested -.that -iff.-: Lake should give notice iii the." regular way: '-''As -i city council -a session ija'st. the. business was ,T At ihe .council mectintr hist .-'niKht-: istratum in December. I bir Hrn i to giving bonds for "the of tiles1.' iiddexl: the premier with a more thairwe-' may be able to r: Hoiu G. P. Graham .said he .had; j b.-en -Inoking into the. matter' of .fatal .v on the new riiihvav and al- -WlLL f J I ii IVV, 111 IK JIlttL. U iii I though .thv inquiry was not complete 1 the license .committee .advised that trv was summoned bv the, King and i f T-, was m 'a -position- to .savUhat -the: police lorce be increased bv one' formed a Liber.il cabinet. himself' -'number of 'accidents -were--less than man whose diitv it will be to-be. at! becoming' Iirst .lord of the treasury; I j o iV'Y" i i K 'police station all night so that f and prime minister. The -general; good-deal -or thy. time was' occupied r-i'terpi INC J.umher Co.-leaves ,T t': f v- thti' calls mitrtr t I'loftiitn niifl Sir Honrv I'liiin- in the of the plaiv of: re- I'9..r. TO; .attend it meet'-! 'manager of 'the drsr.lord the treasury; i work of a similar magnitude police station all night so-.that f and. prune minister. The -general; cv -u ['ivi-r built in.Canada." The accidents, in mav have a. quick (election followed and bir Honry C.imp- i, i i n Ilu: bc-.-n larirelv due to the v- i in t- ii' "-ir-t, -.response. belMianiH-rman entered the new Par.' the streets Association? t ,i ;-'rVi. Chief Tarrv was" two weeks liament with tlif greatest majority 01 bv .A (iflegatjon of the i -I 'Xpiosives. Tiie matter was a .T -.Uu.tur-.k lio -ninntnt i fVTT L'lVl'M to a British .1 the plan of permanent} cxju-ctefl to .attend th f Synod': at bit ton next week the f- site lor. co 1 lege in" "AIberta' wiI! considcfcd. tr rr -las. II. a cr, ami brother of ran undesirable .cle- wl to.-put into' forcr a store on Mon- night. is" cVidently Icnriiing iTrftnk trees from j .where they, were- out j _s_. v The, ll ink' of Montreal "wrote saving! perfectlv! to ;'s overdraft until cuv v.--. j Coast lumber. A .lumber war may of the Bijou Theatre j .'-.-I ljcrmi.s.slon to erect, a frame i meeting to discuss prices. L The Coast j if prices.: thev leave 01 absence providetl he appoint eVo'r given premer. one of the constables'acting cnief in i of the men handling the serious one, however, and was not be-" ins overlooked. j fhe coumril the of j WENT THROUGH BRIDGE iihu 'committee and t.ho ejvtrn iwill be put on riglil away.' I and Flat Car Attached i .ta Passenger Train Near Rossland CLASS OF SIDEWALKS Cooper; and Jf. Shhw, had u diaYuondvon5heir >hc i window. be" was. quick doubt-the of-tho (lancing, hall- on hts tots j Tiefcrredj-to "license antl The A NEW TOWN J IL' Agency have to-1 C.r en Intimation Given of the Different Classes for City Streets F. ll. Presbyterian :Svri ri'MStions: ress 'the Edmonton on A.TC. has ,becn re- nominated for." the Ontsirio..Legisla- ture "by iSouth have liocnV an .to take the that 'wore displayetl in the ppliuc: are' nnixioiis r Arthur en- gineer, "wrote council for 'of grartted him.' nifttce. Thp secrctary-uvi.sHrcr was' ized to advert ist: for" two teams for jl fire teams: llu- tow'n a team should be or to make' the acquaintance of Vtver covotous people. these BASEBALL RESULTS A. sota.Jn law of Wilkie, ;general ilm-i- periaK. P '.AMKRICAX I.KAGUR; .oration, for Xanasmo.lyes- bill'. in .the Commons''At'-'Oitawa, ;pro- for tight hour day patchers and '.Cn'nnd- At St. Louis R.H.E .W 16U-7 ,...07-5 ...581 .812% possible that a man be offered a ice1: Arnold reported that j certain sum to provide a team siiit- the laying of the water main on j'nble to the city. The', fire, teams were "would "cost stabled -at tiie fire" hall antLth'b general manager-] -The city is- anxious, to of the -A. H. I. Co.- wrote suggest- know whether tin- pipe for the gas the .official for. well is shippetl the" turning- on ;of tht full j pressure jSaid'. that' Jfr. T'.-jj? had. said lye to turn off the colliery was The--secrein.rj- fine before.- doing operate instructed to win- to know the to pipe was shipped and for car works, committee. Cunningham nnd billing reference in order .e'xplainejl I hot. the valve that 51 may lie hurried ;nlrng, taken.out several years ago j.'-'Tnore; was discitssidn cpn- placed on the market the now tciwnsite'known'; as at thc'htTw A. 1.'shaft, n. The U name from K. Hopkins, who .owns homestead on which the sh'aft-'iii-bemjj.RUnk- is located. llopkinsville is about. night's city council gave En-' ii'i r Arnold advice that thevfoliow- gine, tcnfler and flat c.ir and a box! c.ir attached. to tin- pnsenger train; plunged through the first twin ,5-_. .1 ing classes of sidewalks had been t ,r 'adopted Jor the following sfreets. .the north of Sheep Creek rails, on Mon-' -IE 'walks to b? on both sides of the day morning, at ten -thirty, carrying; with .thrin J. Gnlphon the en-i three miles from the centre "of the jgi'mxr and J. Olson, the fin-men. city. The town is well located and i escnpi-il from the wreck by .swimming t] wiil-havo-a ffreninn: sustained a broken; To Class -Coutts will 'A. II. 1. Co. have their .shaft'.sunk alHiuf ninety already and when it is all it will and oilier injuries while the en gincer was severely hrniswl. The. en-l gine had only alwut cot its _ 'gcst "an.l "most shaft tho structure when ir.wvnrihrongn Dufferin Dufferin .Dufferin by the company. PORTER ON TRIAL AGAIN rponil nnd Constable Hn- land struck the opposite bank but wanj subniergexl to the top of the stnek. Outside a shaking .up songers were unhurt! Crabb ;Glyn thorford went to i.hc delayed ea.stboumi yeslenlay, tak I from .with thoiti'o up their niia's'Maxwell.' Kight -students .f who. j shot, a t and Boston tht of 'Guatemala t Philadelphia werc vi'New York people were slightly Urobklyn-r jw'Vcoliiwoti' at lacrosse, -Wis.v this" fsrc.chieiV or rlirbughTMr. .Fleetwood. {carelassnoss with lire.'- .The police {The Kayor thought' the check-valve j wl" insn-nrUcms to use vig- I should. once.. lOrous. to cleaned I" conmxlion with-the fire aiidwa-j'T-- ...1-8-3 ter Aid. Cunningham said i The telephone rompany, or witness. xnc-nre. j-iirtnn boxes were ready dvpartnicnt'-'of the" A'-l tni- charges" "of "forgery" aridTof at-j U thislberta povernincnt will IKJ asked for i tempting to break "jail buV'n'ot piiiHy morning a stroot car mid a .At Cincinnati Pittsburgh nlias .Staiin-i' brought I nic to the Hurracks here with several j charges against him. Prisoner collnml' era is who was7 with-Porter wh'on he; tried' to break jail was taken" Porter pleaded 'guilty l-Biirdett e.rdav at the -'Methodist- parson- p0 r] ife'.Tanws.Shaw of Macleml and An-; McCall Tiohertspn just arrived from i were married by Uev, .T i Tile young cotiple j the local. I and this! b-rtrt government will be asked for j tempting to break "jail but not piiUty v v j permission to red electric lights that of having'burglar's tools in has nppointeil f professor and man- j over the fire nhirm boxes so r.s: tojhis Kvidence was taken l-aurier to the now ,.5-lOOiaKer shootinf gallery enable people IvetJor to: know where Mitrhell to 9'" ..4-10 2J that ke bo given protection by license j thcj" are. give his decision this niorning. From Glyn Bnrdett -Cbutts'-- Crabb i Glyn :Iiurdett "Redpath Dufferin Redpath Dufferin Redpath Duffvrir. Glyn I i.s n 12 foot cJnss 2 is nn eight fori 'class r'J is n walk .built to be to a 12-foot curb rand class 4 is the foot residential walk, placed'six feet fnnn the property lino 'and. liavincr a fifteen foot boulevard for 'nia.iy year? 'aj outside-. virrespondi-nt at OUfwh.i The was. in.structecl to re- l.y Sir Wilfrid niov.- the tnvs from Rlocks 1. 3, A. 6, position of 8. 0. 10. mentiouwl above, to suit-" and foreign able loentiVtns in the nearest resident- i ial streets. .Glyn Burdett Coutl.s Boihpas DufTerin "Bom pas .1 "hufferin 1 Coutts 2 business walk; business, walk.; ;