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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 f News for the Week Live Wirelets" Arranged for Reading SCHOOL IOARD CITt GOOD PRICE FROM TORONTO BROKER Hamilton; Out, April" beaten almost unconscious a dressed passing under the Joka Jones, said to reside IiCthVfcSivvwas thrown over the side mountain Saturday by a crowd of; angry residents. The man is said tojliave attempted assault on a, seven girl. After being thrown down -the hillside, the man made his .The police are looking for him. jiaclepd, April raid was made on the houses of ill-fame across the vee'k _by. Inspector Hotch- Mss ana: Govt. Detective Rudd, and ks; a "result Ethel Martin, who claimed j the'responsibility as housekeeper ap-j peered before Primrose, accused of selling liquor without a She was found, guilty and for a public >all in the now The, street grading question called for some sharp criticism, The ,000 to be expended was either too 'much or too Howard Oase Isummed up the matter by saying The School Board are now in a that w the xvCro going to j position to go ahead with the erection, gnule ftjld it that edither of the new Central School, lhey or the city eugjnwr were woe- dinance requiring women to time for the receiving of lackiujr in mtolHgence. The their tots during th.e plaving of tht? expired lust night would llot object to the at League park was introduced; lhis they were openec. tftx -f they got Vulut. iu murn. ACTION TAKEN AGAINST MacMICKING COLPMAN Cincinnati 0., April or- a U Co- the city council by J. O'Brien. O'Brien _ tains that the 'enormous proportions' "W the best both as to f the hats now appearing make ne-jcouduions iocal business men, T. D. Ke- on the that the defend- ants' never had un option on a lim- it of two hundred million feet and if jTriy were held it was for u much T. M. Kvans, C. li.'Bowman and A. IS. have en- tered suit against Oscar U.'MacMick- U.s ofler ing of Winnipeg, and Willum Colp-'smaller amount the defendants. to purchase a timber limit on {did not intc-ud nor did not as u fact' the Columbia liver in British 'Colurn- j ever contribute the money toi Lord Mayor's son of 1 to subscribe live thousand dol- j up the option, and that the defenxi- cun-ying'ieen. apples under their Ilars half which was Pilid did not contribute any portion oi bll, Thev h.ui lo tuujcash and the balance by six months j whatever of the purchase money and -Xiiumons they" had boon pnee uncl f ri_M, with accrued interest for the cessary the protection of the rights 11 ,K issue was accepted, ims i of the baseball tans to see and costs. The magistrate informed the, offenders that another! offence -would deplete their coffers to the extent of NEWSPAPER OFFICE New Building to Be Occupied by La Patrie, of Montreal. Calgary, April Hosier r father of John Mosley, proprietor of London.. Ont., April a sm-' tfat, Donuaiou hotel, died today at the clue has been found oi Private oi 90, He was possibly the last accrued interest for the oouncil a and found that it would cure if thoy got enough 01 it. lie was glad to inform is at the ,'rate of a link- better than 99. The 'debentures are "ior thirty years at tuilt North'Ward citiwnsi contract, the repayment of the the and were drowned. ThtT party were travelling with a waexm train when the ice gavi wayj prt-dpitating them into the co.ld wa-i Ur." [building will be 1 Xew Year. completed Medicine Hat, Alta., April 20.-r-The j contmuatiou of the trial of the sect! known as the Dreamers is as follows: Jacob Merkle' son of Dreamer God John Merkle, was on trial. John; Lehr stated that the prisoner had! told him that the same rate overtake him as happened to Martin I the ASSOCIA- TION WANTS PRESENT SYSTEM RETAINED umn about "dad's" council und uified his intention of httvinir a none too friendly interview with him. i iMr. Ninunons again spoke against! thc secrecy of comniitu-e meetings. The next meeting oi the ass will be held ob April 29th. and that inducing was any a much smaller portion Ihau m of ntation, fraud! represented. They charge also that. and non-disclosure material iacts, i defendants did not intend when in- Thcy ask for jiie rescission of the J ducing the plaintiffs to subscribe, make a secret profit at the expense of the plaintiff? that- the terms off payment were misrepresented, being: extended over a period of two and not for six montns, to negotiate the notes, That intended that the "defendants. i be awarded damages und such other j should contribute on an equal footing" relief as the court may see'meet. the plaintiffs but they were to- In their statement of claim the j be allotted shares without paying- plaintiffs say that they wore induced therefor. .1 i to put up 000 each to take a A in a syndicate being formed by (From Thursday's Dally.) j The Katepayers" Association I in the Council Chamber last night who killed Sergt, Lloyd j0i the veterans of the rebellion of overtake Mm as happened to .Martin j umbers' at Volseley Barracks, on Friday j 1337.- He was the first man to bring jj_ p. was supposed to have WJat xvas iuclcius m night. IVatch has' been kept every j the news to Toronto of the rising of j and who had fined a Sirs, j was more than compensated ior by i Vkere but lie hasa't been seen. Moyer the rebels. He was bora in Toronto j for tiring a gun at the interest and enthusii'fem. Some ival is 'an old .soldier and1 "was a private "in..the Old Gordon Highlanders, He fought with, a "regiment through the JJoer war. He also saw service on the .frontier-- He always carried firearms and it Is said he would shoot on. pro- LACROSSE CLUB REORGANIZED in431S near St. Lawrence Market, jncss's children. Christian Gill had j busJness was trausacted. After ad-j THE a young man he went to Au-, also to do away with him} constitution those present i rora to keep store.- It was when on j if cot a chance and threw a kmte j his way to Toronto to get capias for at Mm OU oae occasion. Merkle also immediately proceeded to take ad-. arres; of a suspicious character that he saw men drilling and found a vocation. [rebellion wa-s on. He reported the the sheriff and Mayor Gur- Coleman April Yesterday was day and much money is In evidence and the "cup that cheers" indulged in quite freely. Dur-l ing the past week some TV-DO could mot pay for their "booze" have helped i i t aett oi Torouto.-but uo one would be- 1 beasl. Schneider testified that he m but the 'm irere captured. abide by her de- sideration the other municipal aild wil1 proceedings to annul his marriage with ilrs. ___________Strong. Strong has been V the army in tlie Phillippines but has given no _____ Australia, April 20.-, ior lons Two excursion trains collided last jilght at Braybrook Junction, a vil- lage about seven miles west of this ______________ {en some assistance in properly dis- A latter r.-'nrl -mkinor ihe dui-. eneu. vTI ciplimng ins T.vayward son.. li thatjto affiliate with the Western Canada. April uiec'-msi I thought was the largest af-jyouth is wise he will keep Association but they could she could not give up Curtis but fin- Hrir] jn pai-is.i when a certain member of the Rate- see no advantage, in doing- iv Strong-Curtis first exists bv a 1 present bents. ever nelu of a craze for boxing i passers' "r-was witnessed! WERE XOT paid high price Smith -was a beaten i Association is in sight. was. decided to enter the Alberta Am- i ir Lacrosse Association again and j the Cup again. One: In opening: the meeting President tplaTer expressed tha feelings of the j SEEDING NEARLY DONE Edmonton. Alta.. April operations are now iu full swing in C. B.'S CONDITION thi? present fine :ral Albert-a and if weather continues Realizes that it Is Hopeless Only Few Callers See Him sentatives. King called upon, the secretary to ;ciu any corrosj of thc Calgary remarked that he wou.Ul 11 teitu. ttuj. jJTQJ; mat cup again if he hud to plav'! jri DOCIV oiows in tnc second rounds. The Canad- rOtarj" of thc Calgarj- Association ;Untll w'as niliety-ninc years old., 4li-3L 1 t A. j much more skiU than sajingthai the> decided ;The playors prescnt arc anxious5 to _5 enlarge thc sjope ot their league ffet the game again. A. prac- uniting with the temperance mutch piayi next woeJc will SLVC th.e gi-cator par: of the wheat sown in the district. Ac ;NV.y York, April .JSTfw Yf'rfr Herald Jn %i special contribution with him. floored Smith with a Bramiord. Ont..- April liand on the tliird round. In tne city. Several carriages were tele- .at Buck Stove works where 150 mould- fourth Bums had matters all his own scoped and it is believed that peo' have been on strike for three way. Smith was knocked down pie were killed and about forty in- week? assumed serious' aspects last twice, but managed to get to jured. The actual number not night when at closing hour the strike before the count ended. In the filth ascertained as the wreckage' who .are quartered in the hi- rallied gamely after taking severe took fire and was almost completely works mad., an attack upon the union punishment but he could not sue- destroyed. on picket duty in the, vicinity, ceid in reaching the agile Bums George Ifettye. a striker, was badly who tnded the one-aided match with hurt in the melee, his face being a terrific right to the jaw which put beaten with the butt end of a rtvol- Smith to the floor and out. panic was caused at the end of the ap- Melbourne, Australia, April' Forty-t-wo bodies e been taken out of the wreckage caused by the :xailroad collision at Braybrook .Jet.. and receiving internal injuries. was rtmuvwfto the hospital. In third round wlun i _phoi near April the 19th. Js believed that several others are still buried under the debris. The number of persons injured is, placed at eighty-eight. Many of the vic- tims in the train from Bailor were just settling in their seats when the a man from came. The conductor had sig- nalled to the engineer to start and was in the act of stepping into the It-; the evening the union men gave some local strike breakers a; -iusilade of paratus exploded, setting lire to the; .nag.ft {tin- Belly River, but how or by whatjthis mornillg for a to moans, tlw Oaid man became Stockhoim anfl Christiania, i or suffocated no -evidence appeared to where thpy wiu be the guests of I the jurors. The jurors were U V. royal at these capitols. that the council were thro1 ihs people wrong Ts money if discarded the signs that have 'recently put up and adopted the Aetio, .ill! (Joe.. April hi? >ray LD the factory. be tak'-n by the firm asrainst some of j were hurled into etornity the strikers recognized. by a dynamite explosi Taivr, April annual gen-J Gibbons. H.J.H.Skieth, E. J. raser. eral vestry meeting for the appoint-, A L. Hoy, C. X. Phair and Patter- merit of church wardens, select trymen and two members to serve on the Diocesian Council, will be held on; next Friday evening at-St. Theodore's j church, when it is hoped the Rector, Rev. Mr. Jones will be sufficiently recovered from "his recent serious ill- Robt. Xinnnons defended the coun-1 ness as to be present and preside at cil in that if bad judgment had been j the meeting. Large congregations at- car when he saw the approaching moulders struck because certain re-, Saturday afternoon and three others Jiendigo train. ITe sprang aside in made in the pay on piece (were badly injured. The scene'of the explosion was at a railway construe- time to save himself. train was, work basis reason of defective in darkness and a scene of product which they alleged terror followed the collision. material and not to any fault their work. Three of the cars took