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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta m? ic News fgr the Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Council Will Church To her, April mooting of the .Milk HhVr, April 27.- i I Montreal April King, a young Chinaman has won first place in honor list ac McGill university jaw exam- ination. He came second last year but this year secured first place. He is the sou of a missionary in Vancouver and 15 thoroughly Canadianized. On graduation he will entt-r the Chinese diplomatic ser- vice. Fa., April 23.-An explo-j Harwich. was reported to have occurred in a mine :ot Coal CH t NAMAN AT TH E H EAD at "Ellsworth, Pa., near here. -____ Eight men are said" to have been kill- j It Js not known how many men' ,the mine. April West, who was brought today from Cran- brook to serve a term of lour years 5h the" reformatory is only fourteen years of age and the leader of a gang young toughs. Twe weeks ago, a trapper named Spool near Moyie, TWLS shot m the lung by nosed' bullet and after lying for a day or 1 he managed to get to where he went to the hos- pital. gang then stile valuable lots. West could not be connected ,-ffirectly with the shooting, hut was convicted on the charge of theft, is recovering which 2S.-The ____ fening1 for the purpose, of appointing !a coutable in place of 3Ir. D. Tabor, April arc sure it Barns, retired. An arrangement jonly needs drawing the attention of was made that Mr, Jiurns should get Town Council was held Tuesday ov- iy Wcut. to Uthbridge on busings the w and returned on Saturday. Mr. M. Lock, tho lumber man, went} Mtivy Fall in Manitoba Around if DOCK Not to Snttvrly and The appointment teh torpedo boat destroyer Gala, was mon lo ubate the nui. of rcs-di cut in two and sunk this off i .1 i sauce caused by IEW depositing- oi his homestead, when Kentish Knock in the North Sea byjwaslo llapws dcbris at thv, sules r0sume his the scout Attentive. The torpedo boat of sUws vvhich with th windlf ftw Wowtt in A number of applica-'j thc cohision and returned to dictions, annoy- uons received. aCr.Bavto.pw Mr Jr two full ot ;uul uth, 'P Tuesday on business. Winnipeg, April .-mow is building a lino, res-j storm of yesterday and last night wa> the 'way things look Milk general in the West and white it is going to make a town ou been the 'cause of considerable discom. short notice. Today lumber is fort to those who had to be out oi mlA it iiiff haultxl anil carpenters are ur doors, on thp whnlc therefore was only temporary and for .work building the first store in Milk beneficial to the" soil'" onlv civ lie MitiviKm- n? _ J tlSMlr ccr would be in the weather turning line cold enough to kill or injure thc see-t There was no other loss of life. morning oi wuuru cuuecieu au- pastman (out a prominent citizen uho spoke Tabt.r for fbtrongly O11 the- matter, condemning hrfd posftious 4n msiUent InK.rt and j. A, Canada Wostjdcnw on hi.s City of Mexico. April London, Ap: have been I.H-O ed Gladiator and the admiraltv an- 'druwu to a long official envelope ad- dressed to hiinsch' ho hastily drew it any cases blown in-; been away for some time the-bo-, Anna, is keeping house and he has a the effect that the'frost not heavv door, are opened, neat oi health. On a poll being ,cmr ol- rimninff his blettin enough to injuw the northern part fall was the {sections of the accompanied by heavy gales of which have caused considerable .drifting. The snovr itself is con- the man who is sidered most favorable to the seed pular one and he uio-iuauer, cuimemmnS hrfd positious 4n tho Canada West OH his rll more- bodies itllOJWf who were lhe cuuse 'of tho "ui- Coal Co. aad C. P. K.- feeing liekl i-overed from the IBs high esteem. His election was u po" j Mr.'oburn, is building hih furm. .section 27. U..1-H ,-r t he is certain to" give i his coal miae, was in 3Filk Uiver, which has already been planted and Lion to the council and j Tuesday on business., Mr. Oburn has while the storm will cielav seedinL- s- con- siaered wonderful since the bulldt the Mexican Central railwav yester- through Ms ft a T fif nounooa that the names of every satisfaction to tne council and j business. Mr. Oburn has the storm will cielav seedinir [eight, perboos were killed aud fifteen tlm.e Already given completes the ot inhabitants of the town. Mr.-G.Ja fine coal mine, with the- best qual- for a couple of days the oL seriously injured at Gargantu siding of tlie missing. The St. Paul's uad wured hurncdiy. 31inar_ clerki und Mr D w. ;ity of frt K- S being transferred to the White would be detected as one Blirns wre in altcndancc at the meet River. orMaltrate on the main line of u freight and the section of a specif excursion Sask. April train carrying pilgrims from, the -Anna Matthews is the only survivor shrine of Guadakpe- The Pilgrims '-of five as a result- of a prairie fire in Tramping Lake district. The fath- -er went to fight the flames which were sweeping down their little and perished- in the attempt. The house! Star liner Teutonic, preparatory to of the delinquents. in i The gnvks is growing Sue and the varied from'two to three inches in friends of the Kev_ 5rr. cattle and sheep on the range are eastern part of the province to im. all in good condition at j liver. inches or more in the west and placing her in drydock. The Arneri-j A meeting- of the town council will The many can line of officers are'preparing held on Monday evening for the Jones are glad to learn of thc statement of the disaster. The chief steward of the St. Paul has sent a magnificent wreath on behalf of service of water. Mr. Parker, to take a lilcte outdoor exercise. j special car ol land men on Thursday. left Mexico City in the morning. Awards to Portsmouth as a token of representative of tho Canadian Pipe' sympathy of lost blue jackets. A attend and give details of 04__There !'mor was last night, that project and the probable cost it j purpose of taking into consideration provement in'his health after his The O, W. Kwr Co. of Minneapolis In Winnipeg the precipitation. the supplying of the towu with a ent serious illness.-he now being able wcrc down to iliJk Kiver with their was 1.9T up to 7 o'clock last night. e Free Press has received reports Winnipeg, Man., April was no progress made yesterday in Mr. .1. W. ifeKinnon, of Dulutu has francos Ellert and Brother several points. in town for a short time and I arrived on Thursday's train i-------------- the officer of the St. Paul had fire and Anna 31atthews, IB j negotiations between the ralhvay corn- old, -with her clothes' and their mechanical depart- cwried her five-year old brother and- ments> expected that the con-1 t.place of safety and re- today. aic c her mother hut vas too The C- P- R- posted notices yester- j j "Ste fought her way again. employees in the Winni- the sea. of fire only to find I shops with the exception of arrested at the instance of the admit- win -be untnie-te domesuc desiml that some scheme sufficient purchascd of land .about from Gleucoo. about flve soulh.east of Tjl6er'ltivw- of a competent to order r1116 ravages of vessel in, a suit thus ensuring tho safety in Minnesota, -to Milk :ll work on their fa-! to meet two SOwth of Woodpecker. jltiier's farm. Both arc good musi- j cope with no expects to have it all broken this and other settlers are also! any nres that may ,suinmor it ready for the-.handy with musical iustrument.s 1S doubtfl" other children, had wandered ajain firo and. perished. Columbus, (X, April ctying, Marie Bernardo, "the murderess, was taken today "in the matron's carriage from Mt. Carmel Hospital to the Ohio Penitentiary, to out'her Hfe sentence, -which C0ach shop men would be laid offj 4th owing to the shortage i .-7-.A conference between the j aad its suit MUK, ajll .inspector west, was is a great futvu Jtlie admiralty has always been chary I in town''today" inspecting the detach- speaks higblv Of the jot submitting to the jurisdictionjment. returniig to 'U-thbridge in the trlct. considering it courts. levehlnir bv tie Fiver. .u. y vrhen a little of the wreck- tornado in Louis- High Eiver, Altu.. April ser- ious conflagration broke out here at 4 o'clock yesterday morning in. the, Interrupted by approaching mater-i confectionery store" of Bahl and had tornadoes striking day- mid a'fteruoon. WHEAT BUYER PUNISHED at of Much to Grain Buyers and i fall crop. He has also purchased Itftis wiu makc music at the i April case of iari a collision, inhabitants and their buildings.-thnv lot- -Jn the and and growing town of Milk Kiver reaching importance occupied the v R-S.fl-.SLP., was is a great future for Taber. arc, two comets, or- of Magistrate Turner 2 guitars vio- court last Friday. This was aj about the best llins> a for a toxvn- complaint by Mr. Mathias, by the Flyer. ;iu this part of the country" over'it: 1S onlr weeks' since tho first'ant warehouse commissioner left he has travelled a good Wfts :W- G- Hitching of Saskatoon. .Thef his newly Anothcr steam plow is to arrive at laid was to-the effect that-l months for acquired liiuds yesterday accompanied River in a or so. -benefit.of'his health, ,wnkh his.by Cr. H. Millar and Sir. G. A I ilost at ililk River __ ._ looking to having their land buyer-without first having ob- ifr. XeiL A. McKellcr Xetv La., April having: been absent for 3itr. 'ilcKtnnon drove j dead are more than two hundred, the Ith' injured at least five the grim facts which came t today vrhen a little of th of on or 2.30 the defendant is unlawfully carry -on business as. Moved by the'efforts "of "the' cohsi" which was" totallv destroyed, j of Ohio, the authori-JThe fire was almost bevond 12 Jin.rl T I .oirn alter tovn frc ws aaa permitted-the accouchment -when the brigade arrived [T- io.-take place in the hospital that the1 on scene, and they could do vervuf" might not be born behind prison !little towards saving the confectionery'? hOUr3 tbey struck' is at present f v t .1 i __ is now much improv-! Settlers are still conxing in daily :up and puu into good show- a license bond. Mr. Hitch-f 5 Tho following arrived todav on theiinRr Ior lhis Ond is charged Avith- buying af i carload of wheat from G. Krumple-fe representative of the C- p- fi- occupying three cars Alberta Jrrigation Co... was in town cattle, machm- today and received numerous appli- cry and household goods; C. F. Sol- cations for the company's'lands. ,berg> 3Iax, X. D.. wifch eight horses, BLACK VALLE Annable B. trails. The young' mother had to be from store- They turned thtir attention i ti tL jbaonng nearly two _ hundred injured aunt, 3Irs. Andrew Sipcs. ,ith town, Purvis, utterly de- Hat yesterday conducted relig- hw, rl nohed five blown iuus service- in the large .room over and fineen little villages in McAskile's stores. f torn principally to preventing the spread eame cautiously out of the! the cradle of her offspring. It.'oi the ire. and wfere partially success- them one of the most pathetic f cent-s ful, although a furniture store on -the -erer witnessed in. Mt. Carmel hospi-- opposite side o fthe street was badlv 'An hour had elapsed before the scorched arid the removal' of theT....." T stores. Large and devoutf jjenitentiary deputies succeeded in I stock became necessary. j more or less stages of ruin. With, the congresutioHs attended from Wood-i facing- her in the matron's carriage. The'loss totals between and' CameJ the details of one Coaldale; and surroundimr f to havp i worst disasters in the fe _ tu iidw, iJio gjw VMMW must ui -ivnicn. is. coverea .f lf Ov already are in progress. insurance. It ife not known how the! 5 JLilG ClCStlTlTCtlOll 01 IPllTVlS arid occurred at 3 o'clock Friday noon and was all over in' a few utes and out of two hundred only seven, were left standing, house, the onlv iX. was has ui on The taken side but. was V April 26.-The Bev. Father cows-; April 18 while out riding und one of ties interested arrived from a11 the neighbor -Mm took ment Hitching admitted the offense with prerious morning for Uleir town for the him hoin, and h at 10 o'clodcfj led to enable the par-ff- to come to a possible. settlements. in Wednesday. Jlis all wis e went to town on Hitching announced had not bfen> CHANGE IN TABER MINE Tho. Independent Order wish a done. S" i Hitching on the stand admitted had neither license nor bond! likewise admitted to owing man a car of wheat, -Pembroke.. April" that E. ofJPembroke has declined lo accept' the afenirew in" the Conservative "interest the gossips are busy.' Hr. Dunlop is said to 'have stood consistently by" his control now. Briarcliff, X. r 23. Parade The' car won the over the Briareli, mles withstax.d the whom the Cabinet and thelderino, also in dy recovery for him. Hilma Peterson and IMarjory Thomp.con called on Mrs, R. Burni, evening. of Oddfel-j Taber, April frequent of tho List lie has not the money to their-anniver-jAVest Coal Co. has just added two uv-'k caused many a smile, and 3t' F- appeared for this-afternoon motors to their pftin-t tor the haul- eiet-ything look fresh. and in view of the at St. Thomas Jage of coal which has to he xb-aw-n -i-tarttid tht .-o that the -he a thousand feet to ,les lire looking quite green. chain used for the dis-' Holun and Burns visited at It. Hums' on prair- factoO' position taken by MT. ffiteh-J.l ing asked Hie magistrate to Mr Suit gradnaUy turned aown. This made a socomj? breach between Premier Whitney and Mr. Dunlop that grew wider and siseper as time went on. Dunlop conducted and fought successfully Jthe longest campaign in Ontario's -political i history against isitc-d, oi M. Bums'-.Tuesday last. Hilmn retcrson. Olga Brand and Annon Hoode spent Thurs- Jirc all dead over, but who up" Helen, Ark. April 23.-Fourteon p r sons last their lives and several others was aa hour behind her usual time warden, you merchants lawyers, town clerk evenins M M. or sailing the delay beinsr due tn and c beinS due to amval of tlle Passenger Munro. chaplain. real estate men. ,-tc., the town skamer Oakland.-Gal., April attemp -sras-made on the life of of the main witness prosecution for "the San -bribery-cases, "last night of William. H. S. Schneck in-law at East 20th street avenue East Oakland, when a vvas in a bomb placed in the porch exploded! 7 anJ when two and tore away the whole front of the i yards shore and iouse. Gallagher was up stairs with V n exception of several Ks wife at the time and Schnock wash'-d the warre in a rear room with his wil and' the boat and front of them. four children and Dr. Guy Brown ?nfted. for hours, the waves All escaped except one boy who time to time Cashing one after 3iit in the neck by a flying into the water until rescued hat was pierced by" a I by a.Passiufi Jaunch. Fifteen of their "vri's-. has arrived here fr Chas. IJurns went to take their cattle to stated that his farm will enable' to work it. He also stated he has wife and family to support. The icagAJ imporifd a fine of costs or one month in jail, the ey to be paid over by Monday In adition the defendant must make frood the to Kruniplemsn APPROVE OF THE BILL sht encountoixd a terrific snow Capt. Passow and his chief the regular pilot were on and Iookout man was Post- ed in the bow. Suddenly a ship ap- splinter. The house was wrecked Inumber were missing. Tlie Gallagher was a member, of the' board i W-as a ton boat. supervisors in San Francisco and! It was the Gladiator which was an- chored. Orders were given instantly! for full speed astern in an endeavor to! clear the cruiser but it was too late.! The St. Paul's sharp stem rammed the! anchored vessel amidships. She quiv- j erred and reeled and the passengers; Archie Glendennmg, Fernie, has district much to the gratification Peterson uus marnVd ed -m town" for a week's visit; the farmers who are busy finishing j calgary to 3fiss Sadie Duncan but his old friend Hr. Ed. Wildman. the oat sowing. j all join in wishing the young couple Charles Evans while resting- [happiness and prosperity. -this afternoon between three and j Avard Shipley visited Leon Burns four o'clock fell asleep in his carpen- ter's .shop on thc bench. On awaken ing ho put his hand _.__ lllL CARDSTON lie was on his to Grassey Lake. He is work- .to his watch inK for Wright. Cardston, April soft what time it was and low fall last'-night has made jubi- i to surprise found that it u the Armors, >V S better for the had .disappeared. Someone while he was slumbering had evidently- enter- wnfessed to receiving.bribes.. He was j New York, April French chairman of the finance committee i cruiser Destres.is'.in port from Havti and according to his testimony he! where the ship was sent at the time -cted M_an intermediary betwoea Ab-jof the recent'attempt ofjto look after French the ship have many storiei to tell of the revolution. While at Port. Au Prince, Hayti, the Destres was the haven of eight refugees and i the stories told yesterday oi the noc- xeeutions on Mnrch 15 of a i J-ushed on; deck in great alarm, the anc! t; n the verge of a panic. recently had ied shop and stolen it. winds :ter was The Garbutt Business College Of Calviiry moHcTM employe -export for Write frit- proKpfc EnTffr an v rime. 37-n F. G. GARBUTT. "T.." {grosses .as the was M OQCc made the land a trifle .town constable, especially in break- "who entered on his duties today... He 'is actively in pursuing en- r aispiay. of discipline: .The'.-farmers- report good progress jqiiiries and hopes to "'he successful in were the best trained man-1 to the and east where 'the i facing the thief.' and allayed the .terror; ing the sod. of-war. Five life boats were lowered i wheat is largely in. within afew minutes to resent the j western is not so far had -ith the cropping as a rule. tained a mortal blow. The cruiser began to sink almost at] ANOTHER DEATH SHE STILL SLEEPS Angeles, April change in the condition, of Mrs. Buelah Hak- r. Shoop's K pressure away from pain centers, .Gently, it surely; equalizes the it's blood pressure. painful periods with women, same iiyou are sleepiest, restless, nervoijs. it's blood blood pressurB. That surely Is for Dr. Headache Tablets and the tablets simply distribute swnnnatural blood pressure; ynur fingsr. ar.d dosah't it get red. and and pa.n you? Of it does.' It's Con- Wood pressure. You'll find it where pain 9-ptwavt. n a simply Common Sense. Mil at J5 cento, and cheerfully roconuDHBd Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets L J. JOHNSON. revolution a few'days after President! Nord Alexis had quelled the uprising against his army showed there were not enough-graves.dug for all the per- sons, who were shot and one promin- ent merchant had to sit and watch' The infant child of Mr. A. J. ls at the country liospital' once. Her gave a magnificent died on Thursday under pecul- -she enters upon the eighty- OI V T. T r> (A ti -i JlVrit.1 the soldiers dig place. The his future burial 'At J'ar circumstances. The parents were in line on the Journeying- to Spring and at', ny a of be buried with his hands and knees'to- gether. The bullets failed to kill him and hft'-wns- jumbled- into the hole which wart yet too small. Then the gravo diggers pushed him in with their .shovels and while they were cov- ering him he sought to protest; by moving .-his'hands. _ decfc in ranks while the j the mill of Messrs. Allen and Harker 110t cruiser settled In obedience tokhcy stopped for liinch. When the i n Vl'ar or moro- orders successive batches marched to little one's wraps were loosened life I Uift gangways and entered the St. was found to- have passed away. The I Pain, anywhere s boats unti.l practically the j sorrowing parents returned to Card- "stopped bv whole crew had .been taken off and I stcii; for the of her strange trnnce-like at the hospital say n consciousness for 450 men and sden, true to naval: traditions was thc last to leavp his ,ship. Only a "few men were missing and it was thought that, most of thorn had been sayod ,by boats which had put out .from Yar- Lum- ('apprehension. and can be quickly of -Dr. Shoop's Pink in The babe.; Pain Tablets. Pain always means blood pressure. ,some Dr. Shoon's Pink Pain Tablets sim- parents coax congested blood awny from settlements, pain centers. These DONT BUY The Material for yonr shed, barn or house untill you nave seen our Ship-Jap Finest materfnl on the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh 'Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. among Adjoining Several, families here arc now in cpiar j by druggists as. Ur. Shoop's Head- mouth. antinc. Capt. Lumsden on landing with thanking him. Mr, H.; S. Allen paid Cavdston a' flying on-- .business ...flepo.rl.ment.al store back to' Tlnymond. equalise the j blood circulation nno then pain al- j ways .departs in.20 minutes. 20 Tab jlets 25 cents. Shoop, Ra- f0r frco Sold by ;J. .T. Johnston. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co.; Ltd. i, lettkrljlje, Taker, Stiriing, Baponl Magpatt, Coleridge ;