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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta of her best r by 'the'deathAof the great phil- far arid wide as Scotland's 'Christian Owrtoun died in his own. resi- Oyertouii House, Dumbarton, Saturday, Feb. 15, after one weeks illness at .tlie aire 65 vears, Witli ots at -I (Montreal real as the nominal or Foster j not largely him. Mr. j 11 Monk. maintains his partly 4 by working for it, partly by reason his obvious bigness, which IK wr ever being thrown into contrMM t the pettiness of others. Mr. Ames has gained 'somewhat by xin- Uustry. but ha has not demonstrated O'Utwa, April 9. In the lobbies of death, another peerage became ex- jpariiamem, there IN always more his nearest heir being hi T 11 i x.-i n Mr. J. Dundas M.P. Dumbarton.. that he has the ability tu get what ho goes after, ditich it and be A RAILWAY MAN't STORY A Narrow Encapt an Foggy Night Near Quebec Mr. Joseph Belanger, formerly a conductor; on the C. P. R., in-a leU ter publisiied in the Toronto relates" a thrilling experience which {happened to'him win? time in 1882 or 1863. THE NCCD FOR A lETTtJl OMER VANCE OF ARBOR (Contributed; by the Western Horti cultural Society.) One of our 'most useful institu- tions that has almost come to be" a meaningless tiling, Decause of lack of proper observance is Arbor" Day. Kach year the Government issues its .decree that a certain duv shall be canvassing of Cabinet possibil- The ROV ou whether whWl must bo of Glasgow's own sons by birth Ia cabinet re-organfeation is iu im-jMr. Fowler is 'the best Xew -education, and commercial connection t mediate prospect or not. Members wick has to oner. Mr. ton .was born plain John land senators alike take a special en-1rtl1 llis obstinate habit of fining with t f .1 f f hiit _r -i I running the night wcpivss; ob-st-rveci as H special tune lor the saUstk-U when ge gets u. Having cho-.. i i i T t 1 between Quebec and Montreal, lea v-! planting o: lives but the appointing a peculiar role, that is a test bl rt me linpniipi JIT 1ft iv ni hA stiit-in. imhinged gates and a general detonation air' of delapidatiou so often character- _ __. _______ __'tho force. Ho -was yesterday corn-'5" the same time ereTySJuBday he-conducted one of the i top of this, and with the chorus of for Jargest Bible classes in the country j proisfe for his speech riuftng from'" ing to break _ _ of Dumbarton, travelling regularly j Conservative and Liberal newspapers' the maximum penalty is seven one of these sj Jom London purpose whence Mr. Sifton goes to ponce cannot explain how the'and when that ______ __ 'or trial for forcibly attempt j out of bap pocket, where lze 'our school ground >rcak gaol, a crime for %vhich 1 1 alvays carri-ed two of ttem- to the school which ca God' one of these t00 effect !much based on local pri j ed in value-is ihe that policy coupled with an active im- migration campaign.- It is the mis- take of as well as hostile can. do so took effect Imucu is based on local pride. -But cpmpos-1bow can tllerc local pride if there in session, is mcc there by a delegation tnana-ed to get himself up tof''ed ten'flat cars'loaded with ties, Jis notliing to be proud of. Lord .Overtoun Miss Gracefwhich asks him to accept the -Uber-'thc ceOing- with the towel but there 1 -McClure, daughter of a Glasgow nomination. He goes on :will be no such tricks performed in He was raised toidoA, and met by a sort cciling. been piank.xl over 1S93, and a week before intimatioa that' if he will' '_______________ IBS death was attending to his du-, Wtttlnufc to represent Brandon, lie can >ea-jn the House of Lords. acclamation. All this cowcatcher drawbar could i a observance of Arbor j have been coupled on to Mr. L. A. 1 plaming must be done in a grounds? to" consider the value oflimits today after much capital: ha been spent, in the industry and values have appreciated all" round, rather than tbe actual value 01 the limits IMMIGRANTS FOR B. C. j be it remembered, after the Opposi- Service, the outhor of JSongs j tiou have been for four months cease a Sourdough" is juiglishj lessly engaged' in the. endeavor to Senecal's private car. "It is on these occasions that a railway hair turns white- Ebw, after .twenty-five years, when in my S. A. Locate on Farms in the if 1 reca11 Interior I must roll suitable place in tbe grounds. The children must not be expected to respect and preserve trees shrubs and flowers if these stand in the way of their games. Therefore the ground over several times before I to sleep. can go by birth, the proud town of discredit Mr. by their "opera-' Vancouver. 13. XT. April Tour days later I was ordered to being Ms natal the .House andJn _the (public train load of Salvation Mr. L, A -atottriy-crarrr THien j Accounts Committee. There seemo to specialy" selected" the j St. Louis Hotel. six rears of age. hk father. Mr. ROD-J be no doubt that Mr. Sifton would.PW Countrv- to fill requirements ofj did you not report erf, moved to Kdvinside, Wry oiole, in British Columbia., reached I happened the nieht at -j-jasgow. 'j.here tlie young poet Liberal jnember. is now living- Vancouver late last nieht. The seven-i li Perade? You will be suspended I tended the High .School, and wiir nuc again be a ly-two who were aboard form-1 for ten So I was should be large enough to afford, a suitable playground quite apart that used for beautification. And this_causes, us to observe [many Instaiices our school grounds expiring ewn as lie spoke. The ed at tlie door of tbe shack were supposed to be the wives of the dead man. Several days were spent in the little frontier town, awaiting the ar- rival or the 'Red River carts which had been sent from Fort Garry to meet him. The journey 'north was a hard and difficult one thirty days be- ing consumed-in making the trip., Xotable changes have "taken place i Jin thia country since Pere Lacombe" macl when they were acquired, say, in 1902, 1903 and. 1904. No doubt, sales in the future will have to be- regarded more in the light of good business transac- tions; but it should not be forgotten that, in the past, th.-. industry in the Wes was undeveloped and had to be encouraged, much the same as immi- gration had to many men who history in those early days have since passed away. Father La- cornV lias been relieved of further ecclesiastical work owing to advanc- ing yc-ars. his successor being young priest newly arrived. The ven- erable gentleman is HOAV engaged in the task of compiling the memoirs of his -life, dealing with his spiritual work from the very commencement to. the present day, and this will be published in book form in the French and English language at an early date. Father Lacombe is a most in- aito er small, and added -nt_ -----K- a. iimsi, jii- Theargument watitwas a terPSTmff ful -pOiiSy" Iu jrive away nomestead "i- it- j.." T V -ugnts in recounting bis and var- lands. which have since become _____-____ University, and also entered the em-Fcandidate-and in Brandon the feel- ed rather a xenmant of a party which' "Halle and his driver were dis-; ploy of the Commercial bank. Some j ing that he is so certain of election originally -left Halifax a week misled. i twelve or thirteen years Robert, j induces many Conservatives to think of the two "1 wonder yet who made the ivno is the eldest son m a family of; they mlsrht as well make it unani-! dwd and righty who came across the'V-rt to him. for I bad cautioned i seven boys and three daughters, jmous. His strength in both places.' ocean came throueh "to .British Col-1' hands to keep their shut" came to Canada., His parents fol-jancl in the Vest generally, is umbia. but the majority wer; destined _______________ lowed in 1905 and reside at 709 Duf-jdue'To the recognition In western forming districts of the Kootcnay.1' fenn street, Toronto, along with of the fact that ho has done aud Okanangan and left the trein in' ALLAN BOWSER DEAD of the_ family. Mr..great things for the West, to their- rhe upper country. Many people who' aas not ?een Ins son for many, they owe much were weU sunnlied with We" Known Rancher of the Little i reasons tiiiavailable. For a coun- i tiy school with an average attend- ance of twenty-five an acre or an a half be little enough. Then the-planting might be i j valuable, is just as legitimate as that j which has recently been used to for other i found a charge of wastefulness in re- spect to the disposal of timber limits. The competitive bonus, 'as a matter of fact, was not intended to any relation to the value of the timber; unting aed experiences. One of these days ;i tbe history of the jSTorth, "West will be written and the deeds of- tbe pioneers will', be recorded thereon but no one will be more, deserving of mention 1 therein, than the old and respected "jpriest. Rev. Father Lacombe. %vrre instituted to which the grounds, Uvo or more wno wanted LARGE AND COSTLY CHURCH off by a particular berth should have it, the j Vancouver.. April members one offering the highest bonus rpceiv- of 3Iethudist Clmrcb., Van7 and other dues J couver. B C.. erecting a edifice at the- corner of Butte aad sclosu board fence; could be the it. The stiunpa were for revenue. says that, as a boy, Robert of their prosperity, directly to him was intense, either at work or p.lay.jand to their belief that with ripened He wrote much, especially in the] judgment and increased Sow Country The possibilitips fur beauty on the j The general poHcv of the Govern- school grounds are almost beyond the ;mmt has contributed to the ipened enre he His parents gave little! is more capable of great accompiish- at he -was- penning. than erer. All this without in though his father distinctly remem-jthe least detracting; from the respect. one o TWO Vi pto-i entertained for the high qaulities BOW ISLAND THRIVIN: Seven Cars of Setters' Effects Arrived over two years, Allan r. T I tay alter anjnmess extend-' cultural in m Last Week. from I died at the Gait hospital. He was a 'well known rancher of tbe Little ser; has now grown to the point where we and leaves a bro- Olasgow, called; cabinet makers speculate where, young Service the trcock of the the shoe must pinch if the west is being made to the i ana ivas very proud of his efforts now has one Minister, Is to C-P-R- for an agent, instead of an'' hj.ve two. operator at Bow Inland, a station "Since coming to America, ft freight shed, author of "Songs of a Sourdough" other mcn upon whom A schoof disxrict is to be organiz- The funeral will take place from the Methodist Church on Thursday. i comprehension of those who have j increase in of the county's (never seen it demonstrated. Horti- j resources; and uow out of this cii- curnstance, they are condemned. Their opponents the iimitb are vTwrtir much bow ii it you did not get that amount 1903? The charge that tbe former Land Commissioner manipulated the ten- ders to the interests of the Imperial Haro -t-trtvLs. in that city, at an ap- proxmate of S3 00.000. The ob- fololwed many occupations and-fthe has its cyc on the 3Ir. OlQiiist has donated a -undergone varied experiences. He e" ererr has for thc school. site Ms traveled through all the Western ,lUS Share of them' Xova Scotia- and Southern States, and at differ-' JIwaff IS rich in talent- nmes, was a tutor in influential i' Pictou- 3 families on Vancouver Island. He is OI Lunenbur-. in the rront a noted swimm. r. an enthusiastic GVery Cffht' and 3Er' JoQnston, 'bicyclist, and a lover of the''defeatwl Sir Charles Tapper in Cape 3rr..Kezd, late of Lethbridffe, is op- cm'ng a restaurant and boardinjr i houhe at Bow EARL GREY IN U. S. drama. He lias roughf-d it in all sorts THIS IS NO DREAM Medicine Hat, April resi- dence of Dan Lehr Josepbburg dis- trict, forty miles, south'of Medicine Hat, was burned Sunday night, coal oil .having been used. A religious sect known as "Dreamers' is suspected. Josephburg is an American colony. Corp'I. Humby, R. N. W. M. P.; with two constables .and a number of specials have gone south to invcsti- know of dozens of trees, scores of orn- amental shrubs and-1 almost hundreds of flowers that may be planted with good promise of success. Many of these are so beautiful and so easv of culture that if properly cared for they PrQp Company and Mr. Burrows are not only to captivate therShown to be unfounded.. .The corn- children but to surprise the teacher and the community as well. And if the school stands for education along pany's solicitor testified that certain figures, which it was insinuated had been filled in by Mr; Turriff, were jcct is to make Wesley Church the centre of Mtjthodism in British Col- umbia, and it is felt that the new builuiuj? will be none too large to ac- eommodati. thn increasing congrega- J- essential lines, where could we find written by the evidence oi places, and for months in tOUch and whether Camdl, iihp Southfrn States voluntariay of Xeu' Drunsvvick would not enter it He enjoyed the the whcn actual- arid says it wa? ptrfrctiy ireo. care- Iy d'd' Tho mcn most in view from behind. It was Guest of Ambassador Bryce at Wash- j gate. Nine warrants have been is- more natural nursery for horticultural thought. Two of, the main things necessary in the proper observance of Arbor Day is to know what to plant and how to plant iV and we shall deal with these phases of the subject in subse- quent articles that will be given to the press. Be Dined Presidsnt by sued. BAD PRAIRIE FIRE Jess and Washington, April Quebec are Dr. Boland and }Cr. Ger- General and Lady Grey of Canada1 Filmore Sask.. April 35. -A bad iMINER ACQUITTED ability of 3Ir. in accompanied by Earl Grey's aid-de-' prairie fire swept over the country .his profession is conceded, and when- camp Caption Newton arrived here! west and north of here Monday, erer the time comes to humor the today and will be the guests of Brit-j burning considerable hay and several loc-al preferences of the district ish Ambassador and Mrs. Bryoe at! granaries. A high wind wgs Taneouvw. April H.-A Dawson' out Quebec city, the personal popu- the embassy for several days' The at the time and the settlers in the DOMINION DAY of the local manager of the Bank o: Ottawa and the dates on the cheques proved that, they .were" made out be fore the tenders were thai cheques could not have been supple mented after tbe tenders were opened Mr. .Turriff opened the tenders in his secretary's presence; and she stated that there was no supplementing or manipulation. If the 'Public..Accounts Committee had been a public tribunal "the chair- Calgary. Alta.. April have said that Mr. Turriff will Dominion Day be the greatest ieft tbe court "without a stain on his and best day of the Dominion Fair, but it promises to be replete with {charge of defamation :of character a programme, the most unique in j against the Opposition. But members Western Canada, and perhaps in all I Of Parliament privileged. The Canada. The programme that was only restraint which is supposed to -u-amboat hu-tlTho speech of Mr. Guthrie on the Von at the White House today. The! spite of this many buildings and I Jrom a Yukon .-river summrr, consigned to banks, budget the other day. although it! distinguished visitors will remain in'much hay and grain were destroved.! in zVattJe by persons in Fairbanks, was more of a platform speech tnan j Wosbinpton until Sunday when they' Alas-ka. The jury which deliberated'a contribution to-the business In'will visit George W. Vanderbi.lt at on what has pronounced was spolcen of as about the i Biollmore, near Ashville, Caro-i moat anomolous criminal in the fighting speech of the session Una fa-fore returning to Canada. 3von territory reached its cmHnsion! from the party view point. Mr. ment of Alberta. FUNERAL OF CONSTABLE WILMOT NEW ARRIVALS after two hours-. .Clarke, of Kssex-, is showing fine ju- capacity in his position w DOWKNOf SLICKER? Clean -Light Durable Guaranteed Waterproof STORY OF A HOLD-UP Wild stories of the hold-up of C. t Tf .T Ii. UIIO j chairman of committee. Mr. ParUec i G. K. Xourse, manager of Bank lias won upon the House at each of. of Commerce were afloat this morning, i sessions since he came here. Mr. Thft facts are., however, not quite iLeighton McCarthy1 is another of the j so serious. Mr. Nourse was' return- young men who are making headway ing home aboxit midnight when a 1 n the Pacific Coast delegation the j couple of tough looking fellows ac- j most. conspicuons arc costed him near bis .home and made j Duncan Ross and .Mr. Galliher, men I as though they would get in bis way, i AN EDMONTON REPORT j of very difiercnt makeup, but both went on remarking that 1 Edmonton, April 14 is reported equipped for the he hfid no time, to talk to around the city thai Captain F. I Macleod. Alta., April fun- eral of .Constable Wilmot, the'Mount- ed Policeman who Was so foully mur- dered at Frank last Saturday was held here yesterday afternoon. All the. available members of the force in -this district turned out to pay tbeir last respects to their-dead com- rade. Four settlers with carloads of their [belongings came In' on last night's trains. Mr. Whitehead from Frank- lin, Idaho, went through to Clares- holm. "His wife and -Mr. Jr. and wife accompanied him. P. W. Myers, of Kenmare, N. D., and! Ben Wolkenberg, of Dakota, are set- tling at Lethbridge, and J. L. Keefe, of Redwood Falls, -Minn., goes to Warner. which requires as hard fighting: in rang up the barracks of the: city po- I British Columbia as in any other i lice. As the former came np'to the part of the j scene" they saw a of. fellows On the Conservative side the chang in position (Thoro is much arc not numerous. difference of opinion as to Dr. Borden maintained Harbottle, collector of inland Edmonton, has left the city, and that there arc complications in his ac- driving away'with n. team. The city! counts. Friends of Capt. Harbottle police wore soon on the scene but .'believe he will, be, able to explain no men were found answering the! matters, but, meanwhile, he, cannot description given "by Mr, Nourse. 'be foun.d. none, excpet, of course, in the final court people, who will be required at tbe next flection, to pass judgment upon this degradation of public life. The Oppositione are out after the government, and suspicion and misrepresentation, their weu- AT CALGARY Calgary. Alta., April afternoon a large business deal waa completed, when Charles Lewis, joint proprietor with Charles Bell of the Grand Union hotel, one of Calgary's leading establishments, out !M. Bell's interests in the business and now become' sole proprietor. WELCOME TO WALTER SCOTT .Kegina. Sask., April in many respects was. the most notable political demonstration ever held in. this city took place last night when the recently organized .Liberal club gave a welcome borne to Premier Wal- ter Scott. ENGINE WENT INTO RIVER while "th men of the bridge gang were endeavoring to- get a traction engine they wanted to use on the river work, on a. scdwT it ffot' beyond their control and .went off the scow into the river. Consider- e difficulty is being experienced tn the submerged engine OUT, of ,he river. >ons.... It is time the Government a ad ts supporters were out after the Oppo- sition; and the only '.ac- quire is the plain Truth. NOT AS BAD AS REPORTED The Calgary Albertan published; a special despatch yesterday reporting that 40 or" 50 Japs had been buried in a snowslide on the main line of the C. P. R.' at Albert Canyon in the Cascades. .The Herald made inquiries of the Associated Press last night and learned that only two Japs were killed. Health in every cup of COWAN'S PERFECTION Veiy nutritious and very digestible. Give it to your children and drink it yourself. THK COWAN CO., Limited. TORONTO 47 ;