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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta -L J i i i L t T M B R I 00 ft Jofylhe Trinity Witknt A jiril Ihe Cabinet on Saturday held: a long sitting discus-. siiig prading legislation .'of- large im- portance to be'-- presented to Parlia- an- early ,date- rpalqutiijtion" before the ministers' was ;_the :civil acti; bill as; now- contemplated will be of rad- ica] character; will pra'ctically revoiiitiojiixeUhe civil service system .iir respect to promor tioiiVf classification of -the various .pi- nd> FOR THE; WEST rains liave: fallen ftiie Canadian Northwest iii, the pasU few days which will' be very beneficial to Uie crop already fyai wheu t. seed i ng.-.' w i 1 Lr. be .completed '_ ..by iic T-nd' The "oiitlooU >r a. bumper" crop f STILL iLEEPS Los April change n the "Hak- ns isi reiwrted at hospital Uie'r eighty- irst day of. her .strange traiMe-like Icep; .Physicians at the hospital say he may; not regain, consciousness for iyear, or' more. British service: system and V HS possible ironage system; complained in.'the js probable that .a ;jcivil-: service will indcpeiid- and promotions'. ami; minister departhient v _in matter, of appointing and 'ot to t_nke -.Uie'. Service, .'.but-' of politics i inake practical ly-. v oj pSfrpriage'; :partiwm Therei is doubt 'that7 this'we.ll; re- ceiye hearty siipoft bef sides7 to the question has ;al .A botlieiv :f Settlement :wUK Street; Railway Company." V i Ajiril There will ployees ".fthis season. .JA-- proposal ''wa: ".rec.-ivedvby.- the last- -nigh anVl-. at -a .-special' discus ;-.sed and nicetinj .iastud midnight until- o'clock th f ul lest t) iscnssion, pr.Qpbso th com pany. was accept ed v al most. unanimous: vote. -f bprs :-'o f th e jinio n J 'sta ted th n t they-.were. give the .terms of settiemen't ;as they, had ilio compimy" not to ilo'srt! APPROVE BILL tabor" 'Dc- lartment; receipt of: elegraph bjK'ratbrs all .over niiiioh- expressing approval of ..Ralph Smith's; bill "before Parliament regu- n'iing hours FOR PEOPLE'S SHIELD HE BETWEEN CALGARY VAN- JtVancouver, gathered here on Saturday "to witness for the People's '.Shield'.' be tween ind Thistles A jsijilJ bron; fcbntes'tiitopkj -thi "htl the'score ..was McONAL BEAT .GREEK in: the-: drill: hall. Greek "gainej 6 second fall, "w'eii McDonald with Neisbj in.d fourteen'minutes osing ;sc5snbrs. i e I arm' loe hich they have fiwn Ot- wa Out par t i e.> a tract acres situated in fiwiiships .7 and'8, ranges 12 and 13. just, south or Gras- sy Lake. "The nr.a is composed, prin- cipally of odd muhbered; sections. Homesteaders have -settled iii these two townships and are Tan- icily developing their land is first class, nicely situated' ami: well watered. It i? n good to7 see nnd about five o'clock jii the everything in its way .under yards of Gros Ventre, Sec 4 ing when'inost'of "several families having their .bexls, a trcnmndou.s Irtiidslide cbinpletclv- xriixxl; out; The known Iron Springs, Sec li their occurretk nk.'.'An' ofidoarl aromas and snow rushed -down .Mrs. C'smn _out; The known far'as can learned: annle IjipoinL. five, children, mountain side r.nd severat and grandmother. with al! thL'ir occnpnnt.s. Mrs. I'auj JKisjardincs, 'hotel, kce'p- un- Iron Springs, Sec 16 Tp 11 R 20, W. J. Hunt Jfrvinfi. Sec Tp-11 R 2, J. H. Vockeroth. 24 Tp 9 R 3. James Robinson. ing to the remote location of tberert with her two sons and two liamlet. nhiT the fact that it. giiest-s.- ther telephone commun- ('Icaophas DesUuisies- and his wife, j ication details of the aro i: -Mrs. and' fix'e chil-r very hard to obtain, have hn p_nmrs of the 'other victims arc i five'cofjins. these hnvc already j The ..thcV.tcrrib'e [ber will .probably hot be. i_.knoxcri jin. 1 disaster were hrmigbt to. Buckingham [til -they nrc :dug out of Uie- mass o: by Mr. Hrobrassoau hot cl j coVcrsVthein. pore, a nearby villnge. lie that -A. rbrtKsdorrtbiC portion mountiiin. whfch is the the morning. side of the Lievcre river, to Notre Notre TXime Snlelte .1'amo Sullette, suddenly Jage of about forty wocxlen f: tame. rletarheVl ond .was hurled There is a frame chu.vJi the HJdc-. crbssiiig ihe-rivtjr arid-the usual pnVoyfery. completely burying several houses in'-arc farniei-s who_ _jvork Jn ?-ush the viiincv -with- all their occupants, jnnd n re hourly all Can-jdinnk. Immediately upon rereJpt of the news rl'he place is sitiiatefl in ;k of. nurkhighyrn nil the "doctors in the Mirroundcd and br? place with a largn force of men re--scenic It. is locntefl mt the to the cafl for'ai-l and drove: lowest land on that part rf the vi- Ocean Steamer SanK a Britislv Cruiser proceeding at a walking pace through thc densely crowded streets. The people had waited for hours in a downpour of rain to witness the pass- ing of thi! cortege through the streets. AMERICAN LINER ST. PAUL'COLL I DED WITH SECOND CRUISER, GLADIATOR, OFF .ISLE OF BLINDING SNOW STORM WAS JO BLAME FOR TERRIBLE ACCIDENT SAW HIS GRAVE DIJG Southampton. April 2G. Thu Amer: ican line 8. S. St. Paul, .which Icf'. Southnnipton on her regular, voyagi- bound for Now York this aftcrnoc'U I in a "dvnso snow storm rammed and destroyed tin; British class New York, April The French cruiser Gladiator She fsle of Wight. Story of the Execution of Revolution- ists in tho land compani s --doing- cruiser Dc.stn.-s i.s in port from Hayti The first ri'pdrt w.in that from twenty in this district, of land outright. Their faith--; inu; the eountrv has a convincing "effect on the R" T prospective .bujvr. is intention of the compwny this hud the for short lime for sale., iri; blocks of five acr-.- or moro. for n otiization 7 Tp II R 22, William Kiniball. Tp David drowned. but later the numbi-r of 'casualties 'greatly. where the ship was sent at the time to thirty of the Gladia'or's eniw had of the recent attempted revolution to .look .after French interests. The.Utl officers of the ship have many stories j Tin- exact extent of the disasU-r can- to tell of the revolution. at [not. however, be authorjtivrly known Port An Prince, Hayti, the Dostrvs until tomnrow. Tlu- St. Paul was the of eight refuges nnd i Sonihamp'nn at o'clock. Sh- thn suirif.s told yestorday ot the an hour In'hind her usual time turn.il f-xocutinns on March 15 of a] of tin.- drlay being due to group. -of men attempting to incite a {the briatrd arrivtil the revolution a few days President! train which b y snow- Fox. j Snchcer. Leavitt. Sc-c 31 Tp 2 R William F. C. Vigor. Raynioixl, Sec Tp. C. D. Xord Alexis had quelled the uprising j drifts in the trip from London. The Tp S R 21. John Little.Plume, S c 20 Tp K 5. Ed- Person- H. H. Foster. "s Spring Coulee, i-ecovcml _ H. Brown. >T of the-UiiiKl.-.tihJ excuvntion-'wiu be- ryxumci Soc 25 TP Tp 23 R-2, Sec 16 Tp Ifl R roe. Jnedy (closed by P. M. in Novembsr MinoL S Tp f) R 17, .Thos Tr- Sec 22 Tp 30 :R 25, Jacob Friesen. arrish.- 12 Tp 10 R .3. W. E. 'he eangways and entered the; -St.. Paul's boats until practically the whole cvi-w had been taken .off and landed at Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. The Gladiator's number- 450 men and Captain Walter Liim- sden. triiv 'u> naval traditions %va.s the last to leave his ship. Only a few m-n were-missing and it xras thought Irliit- turn Or-rn which had put out from Yar- the soldiers dip his future, burial] Wight she encounter.d a terrific snow oncv sont a niossajre to Captain place. The firing sqnnd was in a j storm. Capt. and his chief thankinp hiiriy and his grave was dup only of jofliwr with tho.-regular'pilot were on tw nljtitv' iiiin bti'the. and post burietl with his hands and knees to-jed in the Sudih-nly a ship ap- SNOW DRIFTS IN ENGLAND gether. The bullets failed to kill himj immediately in front of tht-m. j and he was jumbled into the hole jit was the Gladiator which was an- London. "April remarkable which was yet too small. Then the jchored. Orders wore civen instantly j blizzard, the first experienced in the south Kugliitid since 188J, covered f all the Uiiiti-fl Kingdom. against his army showed there j wr-aiht-r was C'mpnralively eloar in enough graves (lug for all the per-: Southampton waters but immediately sons who were 'shot and one promin- the Paul turned into the slant ent. merchant .had to sit and watch {whioh runs mnilb'l in -.the Tsh> of besftrnffled man- life loweritl fo.w mimiU'.V: to rescue-the ;he Gladiator which had sus- tained.a mortal blow. Tin- cruiser brgran to sink almost at nice. Her nu-n pave a magnificent li.splay of discipline. At the captain's they formed in line on the Icojc and stofid in ranks while the settled down. In obedience to succi.'ssivc batches marched.to w Stirling, Sec 29 Tp 6 R 19. diggers pushed him in with for full sp as torn in an to View. Sec IS Tp 2 R27. -Brandicy. Cnoir shovols and while thoy were co'v-j but it too late. to the N'otro Dumc Do Sftllette while n procession ;-of wagons t ent y-fi cbtVms to the scene I ver. A revised list make.1; thft thirty. Norton.. Ssc-9-Tp U R 4. Honry A. ijen.it f Norton." Qucenstown, Sec ,16 Tp R 22, Wil- liam Brown. RawHonvillc, Sec 22 Tp .10 R 24, A Tabor. Sec Tp 0 R 16, Herbert j