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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I. iff, and Car Attached to 'Train Nttr ftmland B.ra; AprU en- -and flat car and a, box ar; attached .to the pasenger train .plunged-through the first twin bridge REQUEST, OF DRUGGISTS Will Bt Allowed to Soil Stationtry at Night J. D. IJigiDbotliaui Co. Limited, the Alberta Book Co., and J. J. Johnston, druggists and sta- tioners, presented a petition to the Council last niijht, asking that they Sheep Creek, a short distance jbe Sheep Creek Falls, 'on Mon- 'morning, at ten thirty, carrying with thenvJ. Golphon the en- f and J. Olson, the firemen. They from the wreck by swimming the of the early closing bylaw, that they might keep the drug stores open and sell stationery to those, who are chiefly who might want writing paper. J. Higinbotham stated but the fireman sustained a broken !they with the early other injuries while the en- gineer was severely en- gine had only about got its weight on'the structure when it went through struck the opposite bank but was submerged to the top of the smoke- Outside a shaking up the pas- were unhurt. TO MANCHESTER m.- J jRig Pension' Scheme to Be Adopted Within a Rule for Ireland j closing1 movement and would gladly join in it if it were possible to do it i but being druggists such a course is impossible as it- Is not possible to refuse to 'other goods. Aid. Ad- ams and Aid. Ives cons-ider-sd the re- quest a reasonable one such circumstances and the other station- ers did r.ot seem to have any objec- tions to have the early closing by- law inoperative as far as they were concerned By motion the stationers CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN DEAD Former Prenwr of Great Brilaio Passed Away From Heart Failure-Had a Long and Successful Career in Public Life of His Country exempted bylaw. from the operation of London, April Henry Camp- bell- Bannennan, former British pre- mier, died at 9.15 o'clock this morning at his official residence in Downing The end was The cause of. Sir Henry's death is officially given as heart failure. Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerrnan re- signed the office of prime .minister on 5, suggesting in his letter to King Edward, who was sojourning at Biarritz Herbert H. Asquith, chancellor of the exchequer and the then'acting premier as his successor. Mr. Asquith was summoned at once by the king'and received the appoint- until the Gladstone m'nistry in 188T> in spite of the fact that the Irishmen described him as "the Scotch sand- bag." In the shoit government of i 1855 he was secretary of war. The unionists suggested him as a candi EIGHT MEN KILLED f Work Train on Railroad at Clmira, N. Y., with Accident TO KEEP OUT UNDESIRABLES Elmira, N. work train on the Susquehannu and .New York R. R. near Ltiquin, Pa, was wrecked this morning by a runaway car which dashed into the train after! descending a steep grade Eight luin-i b.'nnen were killed outright, one died j Inter taken to the- hospital and fifteen were seriously injured. The wreck occurred .on the Laquin Lumber Co.'s log road leading up in to-the mountains-about twenty-six! miles, from Kalston. The men werej running on the log train which was Patent TaB- Hon. Frank Oliver's Impor- tant Ammendment to Immigration Act (Special to the Herald.) Ottawa. Out., April date for the speakership to which Mr. up the steep ascent by GuUev was appointed. He was chos- A log car ran away and en leader of the Liberal opposition caine down the grade at ttmfic speed in succession to Sir William Har- j court in February 1899. The t( proved a stumbling block to thejloS train to avoid the shock of the the train. An attempt was engines on the a few days later. Sir Henry was born Sept. 1836. April furious election that is being" waged here has j Jrtwightf forth two pledges from Lib- ecal ministers, j first. oi these" was Winston He was the youngest son of the late FRENCH CANADIAN james Campbell oi Stracathro COMPLAIN ABOUT 8A8- j once lord provost of Glasgow. He as- KATCHEWAN SCHOOL I sinned the additional name under the I will of a maternal uncle, the late j Henry Bannerman of Hunton Court, Ottawa, April the f Kent, who bequeathed to him a large Churchill's home rule pronouncement! Commons resumed after the Easter rc-j estate. He attended Glasgow univer- -eess today an ill-advised attempt was sity at Trinity college, Cambridge. and tonight David Uoyd- declared that a huge pension -would be established within, a "When it is remembered that i school question in Saskatchewan. Mr. Ifr. .Uoyd-George, now Chancellor oi'j Lavergne took exception sta- made by .Annand Lavergne and Mr.] In he married-Charlotte, daugh- Bergeron 10 stir .up trouble over the ter of Major General Sir Charles Bruce. She died in 19C6 and since Sir.Henry's decline in health may be administration but not with the standing the differences between Lib- eral Imperialists -and other Liberals over this question a unanimous vote collision but the runaway car crash- ed into the cars before anything could done. Tho engineer and fire- man and those in the train who were near the engine escaped injury. The t to the immigration act, pro-1 posed by the Minister 01 thy Jnteri-.r j to deal with the subject of -inunigra- tion exclusi ju discussed ut length in the House of Commons on j "Wednesday afternoon. It contained j but one paragraph, giving the gover-j the of imnii-! roin any country oth-1 proclamation, grants coming of confidence in his leadership was carried at a meetin" of the Liberal injured were taken to Willwmsport at earned at a meenne oi In 11.30 where they are now being cared and on direct ticket- iu their cr than that of Lheir bit'th or citizen- and by continuous journey party at the reform club in 1901. In passage of words took place be- i tween him and Lord Roseberry broke loose and for- 1S J how the runaway Exchequer, Is" in-the position of jtuit-s passed about a year ag" by the j dated..- .hkring- to find the money for this legislature of- Saskatchewan which j For nearly forty vvars he the doctrine of the "Clean Slate" with; The cars were badly wrecked. regard to the Irish question and other j public questions and the 'Liberal) CHURCH UNION IN CHINA League was formed. Sir Henry again Toronto, April Dr. Suther- received the solid support of the Lib- j land has received word from Rev. Dr. eral party in the House in 1903, 1904 j Killborn, Methodist missionary in and 1905 in opposing the education j West China that at a recent eonier- and licensing acts, Mr. Chamberlain's fiscal policy and the government's action with regard to licensing and to Chinese labor in South Africa. On sat for i the" resignation of the'Salfour adrain- ence of 130 missionaries of the Lon- _piottsion his prediction is of great for the establishment of a the same seat, the Stirling burgh. I secondary school. He contended that! and his record of office goes back to this provision was an invasion on IMPORTANT CONFERENCE TO" BE rights of theJRoman Catholic minority to the war office which post he held REGINA EARLY NEXT MONTH I in that province, as it gave the pro- when he -was .financial secretary r Accordance with the terms- 01 the act. Chicago misionary society, Methodist t The rejeulation -in question had j found neccssarjr to aoai Asiatic immigration. Episcopal, China Inland mission and u tO unite into one Christian denomination in the section for. the better prosecut- ing of missionary work. STRATHCONA'S MAYOR RESIGNS bell-Eannerman entered the new Par-1 liament- with the greatest majority I As a Protest Against Whitewashing Irish secretary, filling the office ably ever given to a British. premier. t Oi: Chief of Po'Hce v f Strathcdna, April -Mills launched a. bombshell in the camp of NO CUT IN TELEPHONE RATES snmrs The bade collar stud "in our shirt is inserted m the. tab, shewn iu cut. Jn this way the stud" is easily inserted and it never touches the.- neck of the. vvearer. When the collar- is the tub cannot move. But there is aufficient room left in the button-hole for the collar to move slightly from one side .to the other, so that the collar may be easily adjusted in the front. ou-Toolce Shirts-can this tab be found] TOOKE BROTHERS, UMITED. MONTREAL. 22 the bill> whose scond on grant who becomes -a- public charge within two years of his ad- vent is, under the immigration liable- to be sent back, and in was subsequently'" considered in The Minister of the; Interior's explanation of its necessity: t and purpose -was received by the Op- case of an immigrant, who comes, by. any through route, from the country of-his citizenship, this nan easily bu done, but if he-docs not by direct ticket, from his own country, j the steamship company can only be position with many and various ob- jections; and every point raised was.. replied to fully. o'clock, when-, the House was about to rise for the day, tbfr- Prime Hinistei made the police commiBsion "of Strath cona compelled to take him "back to" that the bil1 a special re- passed in or- 37 NEW PUPILS government. Aylesworth in a clear-cut and forceful speech said he had given the. [act the closest consideration and he Increase Attendance School at the I Ihad been unable to determine even [the flavor of illegality. I Mr. BergeroBAsaid that while he was !7T- i j. t in. the. West the Koman Catholics in Public Schols started in this the pri- of r department at the Central and sixteen at- Westminster Seven pu- pils' new to the school entered thej. had complained to him isioss of the act. _ Sir Wilfrid Laurier in a speech re- proved both the FrenchCanadian members for their attempt to [racial fires, and.stat or the Present at Least Government Considering Line From Lethbridge to Taber and Medicine Hat City 'Council last night when he re- signed his position as mayor of the I city as a protest against the- action of the committee' in whitewashing the m j chief of police on the charges of graft I corruption that were made against him in a recent police investigation. AGASNST .RAILWAY country from which it -brought him and the autliorities there may refuse i j might go to-- after consideration him admission because nh-" is 'not a. citizen. Under ordinary circumstances such; cases would be few and not sufficient ly important to warrant a.special provision in the law, but the cir- cumstances on the Pacific coast are extraordinary. 'British Columbia is j ass'cuted to along 'with i to which it was hoped t before the his. reason for there, be- other bills, 0 secure Senate ad- tbe request; iGr-at Northern Nat Handling Passen-ifaced with the not' th Calgary, April about believing: that we should have to gers or Mails Owing to a Wreck telephone asked the Albcrtan after tnat since Oie an interview with Hon. W. H. into work that, now will be unneces- certainty-that the influx of Asiatics will, unless checked, become so great Rossland, April- indignation is felt here over the fail- n ro ivf that it will disturb the -economic conditions. As far as thw Chinese journed for the Easter Holidays. He the importance of the measure to British Columbia. But, notwithstanding this and f completeness of the discussion, every .point raised having been dealt "with i hy the government, the opposition. j refused to consent to the bill pass- i ing out of committee that day and I it was, therefore, held over for fur- are concern- j ther consideration on "has "been opened up, Miss Preston charge of "the class at the new Courtland St. School. This class takes Standard I and II work and is referrincr tn thA fhsrfc Therf was a Theloor Farmer or FARMERS WITHOUT READY composed of-pupils from the district ber6 the House of Commons're-1 Iines ia the province of Alberta. west of Central ScbooL after the holidays and j they were m an inquisitive mood E. S. Lake. Qu Appelle. quoted, mg1, is to cive the people oi Alber- iroii a morning paper a telegram tween 7 b ta the very best possible service. We! tw'txu from the deputy minister of justice to the Magistrate "at Fort William i asking him to suspend judgment pas- I sed upon the Doukhobor prisoners in distance communication from Leth-; across Sheep Creek on Monday. The to Taber, and then, from Tar j failure of the railway to carry mails perial poncv, to take such action to Medicine Hat. There was! and passengers has caused a great Japanese and Hindus it has not been as a Libeial candidate in South T' i deemed advisable for reasons of im-1 ronto order that they might be sent back to Saskatchewan He wanted to know on what authority this action had been taken and at whose expense the Doukhobors would be returned to Saskatchewan. Also if the govern- ment would undertake the responsi- bility for the good behavior of these people in "the future. The premier shall attempt to do that first of all. That is the first. we get that, then we shall talk about a decrease in the service. own opinion is that it it wiU be some littlf. tune before there will be a decrease. Cushing is satisfied that he also some agitation for a service be- deal of inconvenience to people gary and Gleichen. How- this city and they are virtually in ever, that -would be the consideration i arms over it. If the railway had of Besides, the governments of both Ja- Pan and India assurances 'with the Canadian government in Jl Can get a start in this wonder- ful country of ours if he will but call and show me thai he is a good farmer and an honest man. All kinds of land ready for Spring Sowing that I will rent or sell on crop payrrient W. R. Dobbin Rooms 1 Southard Blk :-llLTa. made a good bargain for thft pro- "But we shall put in an vince when he purchased the plant of .said Mr. Cushing. the Be" for S6T5.00O. jing Canary. 3Ir. Cushing said, "I "What will be the asked j believe that there is nothing better! ng. "It will without doubt, in the west than the service which j In future we shall in aijiac recentlv !T i said tne matter was an important onel i recently estaoiisnea ne.e. n and suggested that Mr. Lake should tc esccnd thc to j13 asade to accommodate ser- give notice in the regular way. whtre 'in the we had noc, vices. This is for a population twice to giving bonds for tlie good behavior! jof these added the premier! (with a smile, "it may be more than we; i may be able to do." the futur- arms over it. If the railway officials j keeping movcmcnt OI thcir pco .Mr. Cushing said that' the province !nad wanted to' they have takenjple to Canada within bounds ra tb. i Edmonton people seemed bent on hav n "___ _ ing their own service, the province would. interfere.. xchanjre j Kegard- J very small expense and thus .given I some accommodation to the public. dia can, of course, only control their subjects who can direct GUT OUT UNION SCALE Some time to ome. l the size of CIVIL SERVICE Ottawa, April 21.- REFORM j -The Cabinet I SENTENCED AT MONTREAL the wishes of Canada. I cither refuse to allow then subjects to leave Canada or agree with the Canadian government that rnaj be excluded on arrival. But. if in IQ -pur IMTIMATION casc ot -thc they go to [the Sandwich. Islands, the Phillipines GIVEN TO WORKERS IN J0r Mexico thev, although still citi C.P.R. CAR SHOPS jzens of removed froru j the jurisdiction of their native coun- try, and so far as the authority of Grant Hall, C.P.R- superintendent, the Japanese emment is concern I TELEGRAPHICBRIEFS Tl Protestant Hospital at Ottawa- took fire 3 esterdaj and a pome j Caused amongst the patients The- i loss will only be R. Maybcrry, manager of the Inde- .pendent Tdepho'oe Co., Ingersoll, has- been chosen as Liberal candidate for the Ltgislature m South Thos. H. Bullock, was elected may- or of. St. John, X.B., yesterday by a. majority of 301 over Mayor Hon. G. P. Graham said he had! Council yesterday discussed the prin- fpru, J-J1_tlte i bf-exi looking into tlie matter of fatal i ciples on which the new civil service j accidents on ike new railway and al- j act, which is to be brought down this i though the inquiry was not complete! session, will be passed. It is under- he was in a position to say that the number of accidents were less than on any work of a'similar magnitude i ever built in Canada. The accidents, he said, have been largely due to tiie carelessness of the men handling the explosives. The matter was a very i serious one, however, and was not be- I ing overlooked. stood that the government's intention is to make the measure comprehensive of motive power for the division! west of Fort William has issued a j notice to the workers in the car j shops saying that.after May the union schedule of wages will not longer be maintained. After that .King's Bench teolay Justice Lavergne sentenced Plutinc, Carlooni and Put-' three Italians convicted of t.-mpted murder to 19, 12 and 15 years! respectivelv in the penitentiary. Deese -t. .Jda-te the men are to be paid accord- and in many respects "a radical mea- 1 and Moore who blew up the safe of'. LOCKED UP POLICEMAN sure so far as concerns defects point- ed out in the civil service 'commis- sion's report with regard to evils of patronage and partisanship in the service. The government will seek to give effect to the principle of ap- pointments and promotions by merit only. Xew classification in reference to status of officials and employees is also to be incorporated in .the act. .sf.ven.and five years. Hudson brown, arrested at St. -Tambert, after a rnnninsr fight .with and were convicted of a series of l-rrglaries got ten and seven years respectively. Payette convicted on and.litv_ to the report of the foremen, ivho will rate them according to ab- rate granted will not be go wherever thej please The same is true of the Hindus, who choose to go, as manj thousands ro ''t'O'- in. search of employment in other in eastern dependencies of the Empire, such as the Straits settlements, j Tas II Shanghai, and Hong- Kong. Once er, and brother they have left the jurisdiction of the! Cooper, and Mrs government of India that ton, is dead: M P s back at Ottawa predict that the session of Parliament --w.il! the end of -Tune and pro bubly later the meeting oi the at 15clmonton jiext week ot a for p tbfolog'v, 1 Alberta ,will be considerer f a of Mrs. If }Jan- can exercise no authority over them changed without thirty days' notice. [to prcvcnt thcm llom coming to Ca- nada, and, as alicadj pointed out if the 'government, of Canada i Throughout the whole western divis- Prisoner in Lock-Uo at Trail, B. C., j Made Hs Escane i CAN'T WORK ON SUNDAY CHAMPION ROLLER SKATER of Canada to .exclude, them, it can onlj the company to take- them back to the port sailed. >Ancl as the Japanese are not citizens of the- Sandwich Islands and Rossland, B. C., April 22.-Geo. Toronto, April 23.-Accordmg to a Toraey made hs escape from the city. ruling of Magistratl.i Kfngsford in po- lock-up at Trail in a regular tion dime 1 novel style on Saturday ion, many of the machinists, boiler- i makers, and car repairers have re- ceivedr notice of a reduction "of wages At'present the holler makers get 45A Assault-got nine Tears. George an-d the machinists 4.5c. an of rape, got five years. with the union-s affrecment I _-----.-. [that if a is not paid that am-lthe umch iir n- 'ount.he is to be discharged. Thej cies of ,the which is C.P.R. claim that in this way- country, and as'the Hindus are not citizens of the- wxraits .Settlements, Shanghai and while on his way to liberty! tip._ cent in the slot he made a. young lady dismount from j to bo "lf .ft Out over Sunday a liorsc on which she was riding andj doorway stores. mounting was soon outside of the! boundary. Tornoy was committed to Kelson on j Satnrelay_ to.stand .trial at the Assir.-j es for "disposing of his property to j id his. creditors. i ic- above sums as a maxi-! S es' for i defrau Piles arc easily and quickly checked j with Dr. Snoop's Magic Oinment. To prove! it I w.ill mail a small trial j box as a convincing test.. Simply ad j dress "Dr. Shoop.' 'Racine. Wis. I} surely .would'not-send it free unless T was cortain that Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment would stend the test. Re- member it is made expressly alono for .swollen painful, bleeding or itching piles, cither external or internal. Larrre Jar 50c. Sold by J. 3, John- ston, roy by neariy three miles in a- wage ar.d -JOc. an hour for a distance covered of 163 miles in At the local shops twen- j .ffritnts on liours. Wiggins is prepared to defend ty-three men are affected, only a'few j Therefore, n the title against all comers. j'of whom, however, have been pwposc of tin ._______________________________ ot' tlic' company's intention to reduce existing or ith the Tap i their wages. janese ami Indian nts the The moft not. say 'much to rogiilAtion, uhuh nndui consid- JThe Herald-repix-yontaUve. Their re- j Cation in eonntetion with th proceed arc intfiestinply f A 4. lx-. I rtf 17 fVl A This is a confection every one should buy. THC CO., Limited. TORONTO bei a subject of arbitration. The company expects that the. men will amicably accept the offer- ed as fair both to men and the com- pany. the action of" the lourts and the my book 4 Poi sirable.'that Ihe i emulation itictuld be specifically authorized by parliament and it w-ns. consequently, embodied portance of the question, it was strictly confidonffal idvicf1 is entirely free SiSi ply write 'Dr fiet packagi Sold b> J J i ;