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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 'MOT-TWO fMI MRS. TAYLOR IS SEEKING DIVORCE Spokane, Wash., Aug. pia Taylor, formerly of Lethbridge, Jilta., has filed a petition in the Spo. kaiie county superior court, asking .that tribunal to untie the "knot that binds her -to Harry Taylor, giving as hrr cause for the proceedings, that he has never supported her and has associated with otiier women. Thev rt veie married at Lethbridge, in the foiu? EPIDEMIC OF TYPHOID FKVER Spreading Among Farm Horses Near Ont. Peterboro, Ontario, August t The Peterboro Examiner A strange and serious epidemic of [typhoid fever broken out among SMITH STREET SPURTRACK City Council Will Not Take Action Until the Railway Commission Meeta Here (From Wednesday's Dally.) After the council had awarded in? .siou of the Smith St. situs, [tiie horses in.the country, and a large tenders for the stand pipe, water -As the engineer explained of cases have been reported, pipes, etc., last' night some minor' l'ieiv a complicated siaie of affairs' tt'ith some fatalities. An Examiner matters were taken up council 1 whieh is summcd UP.ia the statement j reporter called upon Dr. Johnston this I jthat the C. P. R. want to change the iI worning with a view to learning the -ugmeer Aruo.d s ordered by the Commission and! of the outbreak. port changing the route of the'water ask also that the Jobbing Co. put up "This epidemic I first Sl.SOO for additional cost, and forM''1 said, "about a week ago, and, d The only property is a one-half inJ of the changing their yard and team track the past ten or eleven d I ?st in a barber shop at 2M Main) formatlon6 encountered. j to suit the plans ordered to suit thejliave treated about forty cases, and Spokane. i The finance committee made a re.'j'wholesale house. The Commission j two-horses succumb.. Bo'ih _______________ i commendation that W, A. Hender_ ssys it is up to the city to agree these wert- in au advaivc-m state j san, a prominent accountam of Win, j the change of plan or not. It will I when I was called and Inipeg, be asked to stop off here be-settled until the same day 1 saw them. All thej his: way .back from the coast and in. j discusses it here- Bothers are doing well, although thtrej augurate a sys.tem oi bosk-keeping) A communication from the Dailv 1are some that are in a bad JOHNSON FOR GOVERNOR AGAIN ft I'FRANK IS Minnesota Convention Stam- Present Occupant FLUE-CLEANING dirtf, hcart-M-caking job. AND FLUE-CLEANING clean, record-breaking job. for the Waterworks and Electric! Herald with cheque for en'J Light Departments, and also to audit j closed was read. This- is the sum! A circumstance or a strange nature' the city books from April 1907. j raised by the Herald to make up i connected" with the outbreak is the They recommended also that a Mr. i the cost of the car of provisions sent fect that there are few cases'.In the Haines, of Winnipeg, be appointed j to Feraie. The car cost and i amiat a-distance farther than city accountant at a salary 'to ba; the city gave The Herald i five I have not heard of one agreed upon between and i raised, the 'balance by- subscription.! Dr. Johnston said. He fur A 1Q i 200 a year, Mr. Haiues has I Aid. Macbeth wondered where stated that the epidemic seem. Frank anil Owner of Mines highly recommended by the secretary j :lw money came from and the mayor i tfd 'to to a belt about five of the Chartered Accountants of r said thai they did. very well to get j wide all around the city, aipeg as being.'especially qualified to'; much. -The- secretary was instruct, j "I've had a. busy time -of it" since JOWn Off 'rtw 'his experL 'ed id acknowledge the cheque suit. I outbreak and liave hands vi unco having been chiefly ia ably. j full. I'have not what the departments. I .Aid. thought that mm could be found both t inaugurate, the bookkeeping Democratic convention this for Governor John Johnson with a rush after a 'remark.! able This second nomination of Johnson utes of -spectacular -demonstration was-'contrary, to- his wishes. He had repeatedly refused to be a candidate aad that if nominated th> campaign would be .carried on with- out a general.. Johnson was asked to I mght if he would accept the ation conferred on Him by ocratic state convention, the 1 uur- said not been officially aotjfied of my nomination and nothing to say.'- Situated "singly over feed door some furnaces. Situated same distance from each othen same distance from I "Sunshine" Furnace Operator can easily clean every bit of soot out of radiator. THE OPERATION Fire put out, smoke-pipe pulled on some furnaces. Fire stays in, smoke-pipe stays up "Sunshine Furnace. "SUNSHINE" ADVANTAGE Furnace be "cleaned out any time in season without trouble, din, or" fear-of chilling the house." LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG CALQAMY IL. Frank, for I ike .past SO years of the most! figures, politically and in 1 Tr business way. and Extend option on old i died had "bought J. their! Cincmnat plied. Unable to jrfre opt'ok aa-rs-" Diarrhoea' set lameness and stiffness s followed by of the The McKeowa-Hick Hardware Co., Lethbriage, Paralysis of the muscles of r _ metric stock. This will b mayor 'of Butte and served !.rLV iujnber had been unable rms, declining a third term.! f the j cars but, hoped to do so s ,a .meuiber ef the u, not when luraber convention and a -discus. the city-'s disposal.. shortly lie engaged in the 1S95 he was IT elected :two :terms. was lional. convention and repres Bow ...county'.', in 'the First -and :Second Montana state legislatures. In ISO! with; John Mac'G-niniss and Walter Cooper for 'the. States. Hev lour' of'the] .votes necessary, .to en election.. scene in the' session he pleaded -with his rotes for-''Paris 'Gibson! so that the .-deadlock might be broken. Paris -Gibson i Tr coniraiulication f of e Enrerprise Lumb-r advised i'tbat the company shipping the spying l iurriber had been unable "to in ould, b- disp up a derangement of T. W. Burgess, the black. swimmer. Burgess xras compel- up his attempt within weis. miie -Grinsnes on ae_ of t lie adverse tide, .'Bui-gess entered the water at -Dover yesterday j morning and 'in'spite of tlie rough j sea and Ca'1Sed rencc death of hbiu-s. the currents which can-ied j him miles out of his course he r- Uainc-d in the water hours and III. minutes. He was eluded JJir-Ll couapsed ana the men were buried. Cole was extricated and was uot J ne gare up. 3 FIREMEN KILLED y' PLOT AGAINST C. PR I London, Ont., Auff.; IS-The col- Winnipeg, 3l._The anarchist I 01 the -Westuian Hardware Com section in Winnipeg have been plan- 1 rys building at 121 Dundas St., ning upon' the C. P. -fire tonight, shops and" coach 'house'. The facts Chief Law- have leaked out that' such ;in at. Harry tack was seriously coiii: mp.'ateJ by-1 two. years'some.-of .The. foreig'nc-rs ia the north I d Sergeant Jolm of end -.'on Sunday night last but the ex, J C. aged. .40..- ecutive .of the strikers got wind oil Cole, they had enter it and .took'prompt action to.prevent f at seven o'clock, any disorder, not wishing the men's 1 fire haviag- then been rag-ing two cause to be injured They were about the centre J. H. McVety, questioned today, ad. J mittt-d, that In? had heard of .the con- f templated attack on the company's f AR idpspre.and Main -''Special Meeting of City 'Council pickets .saw smail eruups of I insurance, ers''but no action was calceu. in the Insurance, here today. Grafton was a Shoo Co.. 'covered rcm Wednesday's. Daily.] Three hundred .members of the tional -.Editorial Association by insur- TWO LIVES LOST .0- CO., ol near his properties.. At. the tintft 'of' his death lie was :li3 owner of-tho Cross mine near Anaconda, af? considerable property in Bune. :r the erection of a against or Trade has been Tasked to .look .ter than- and be the guests of'they. there Lethbriclgc the Slst. The liffhtnlng. The man was a f-; paralyzed aati his 'wife and children _ at a I'stuuned; When the woman recovered the Executive lasj 9 REFRIGERATED STATEROOMS New Comfort Provided for on ths Caribbean Roule I A SENSATION __ Aug. L? some sensntion in, city .medical i cks. over death of Wra. James j Robinson, afft.ri 2B which ciitrrd yeste-day morning I hon-if of his onto St. and a result of which'an hcslp. The I i-iQuest will bp held 'this evenins ed "that ,his skull was Au opera- tion was perform. d: but'he died 'We'd-" 'morning. The cause "-'of "the accident; is not known but it is sup. that it occurred while he was plowing K- leaves a wife and Hy. On Tuesday "mornine one of the oo5 To- boys in tbe Com_ pany.V saw mill got and wound up in the machinery. He was that literally cut to pieces 011 'the saw. at the K.-LW. York. Aug. .Fruit .Company lias, put in com'mis-, sion' on its rout-2 between New Or. L leans, Colon and Honduras, what it says is the finest "pasenger carrier ever ?een .in-ths Caribbean Sea. She SIX CHILDREN BURNED .Wash.-.- Aug. child- is xhe Cartage, -built at Belfast. has all her staterooms so equipped; that passengers may have any t perature they desire all the" "way! down to freezing. Pipes ivith the refrigerating plant steamer run to the staterooms. BOY IS TAKEN FROM THE JAIL his pa. srfmltz, the other two wer .the Rev. O. UolHffe to Leave! Mission Post in Chinese j Town j T .Toronto- IS.-The R-v. .'Orlan. do Joli" clock this Macleod, Aug. Alberta Government has acted promptly in the case of the nine year old boy in the police barracks here whose posi- tion was made public by Rev. W. A- Lewis, of this totvn, at Lethbridge. On Monday of this week R. B. Chad- wick, who is at the head of the re- Fouudiy Co., and Pump Co., Dominion Agents iie Chicaco Bn'rlfre and Iron' Fairbanks Co. I of the Minneapolis and Machinervl01 paviuent'stipulated but said that I Co. j .Me company would agree to a small Btfore going j Hutton inquir should erec standpipe. 1 Standplp. or Tower j 1U uu' The builders In the course of the discussion it i f "ree lo the erect. I was explained that the elevated j m eHrly part of December, tower specifications called for a ca. j The Canadian Fairbanks Cn. pacity of 300.000 gallons, elevated twenty-five feet on trestle work above the gorund, the tank to be about thirty-five feet in diameter and fifty feet high, making a total height of seventy-five feet. The standpipe called for must have a capacity of gallons above the twenty-five foot mark and to be about the same dimensions. It however, have forraatory work of the province came i water in tne lower twenty.five feet or. here and took the boy away. He is j a capacity of from placed with a. farmer north of Cal- gary and will be well looked after. :_ j ka fierce riot. A letter has I just been received by the Rev. Dr. j Sutherland, superintendent o? the agreed j Methodist Foreign Mission Board. AcupofBOVRIL will drive away' that feeling of lassitude so common in warm weather. BOVRIL gives vi gour and tone to the entire system. gallons Engineers' Opinion Being asked his opinion as to Aid. Hutton's query, the city engineer ad- vised that with the present system r _ the Kerr hngme Co. agree to do' it for The engineer advised accepting the former although higher, because it-included the Pratt and Keady valves which Engineer Reid wished to have. Aid. Adams favored giving the Kerr Co., as a Canadian the preference and was supported by Aid. Cunningham who spoke highlv eminent in that city ordered from the plac.r several, the case and an autopsy will be held was discovered I and at the inquest-this evening by a trooper, j ical experts and other will be called was ordered to move on, i -o give The young man i to drop scape. f is a mystery. unable to but the negro's reply was a shot from- is survived by a widow a .revolver. He fled and was pursued' by the militiaman but escaped. This protect himself, having been out of his sedan chair and his attend" ante abused by the mob, he would scarcely be able to extend protection to MrJoliffe and his wife and child the writer thought it wise m. M-onmeias late j wise to remove to the in the same povlnc the Eev. C. J. T militia pickets during the night. The clearing out of the corn fields south east of the city was the result of successive nights of terror in Har- vard Park. An inspection of the showed that child. and one had satisfactory and suggested that thej over. Friendlv m contract be divided, the valves to take tlcurs commg to less than S300 are advised, him! of pumping and of would be i chased" from' ara better to continue the present system', Co. and the balance of the order from M-ving standpipo. There the Kerr Engine 'Co. _ be no Difference in utility the standpipe would have the required capacity above the twerity.five mark, besides having an extra thouVn Ions for a reserve. Aid. Cunningham spoke of the col. gine 'Co. On motion of Aid. Cunningham and Macbeth this one. r toe negroes to have been responsible tion in the night .and Sunday dispersed in the vi ________________ ieillit.v of the corn fields. At day. j today a company of infantry ine footprints ot Dyspepsia have i sent to the place to herd the ne been directly traced to the Stomach I into the arsenal j nerves. When these "inside j toil, indigestion and stomach dis.[ MR. B.ASTEDO'S POSITION Ottawa, Ont., Aug. T. TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE' Milwaukee, "VVis., Aug. about by a storm from Monday night until Wednesday night' the little schooner rigged yacht Juanita of Milwaukee with David Bebee and the dead body of his sailing companion, Philip Thompson, on board, was towed to the harbor here 'today. Thompson had been steadily at tiller for hours when in the height of the rain and wind storm he arose to put on a coat and without a word he dropped to the bottom of the boat dead. As the Juanita neared the har- bor she sank out of sight. At the coin-oil last night, A. Sou- thard asked permission to erect an electric sign that would be twelve feet above and extend ten feet over the sidewalk from the front of his block. In the study of the bylaws to see about this several things were j found out and brought to the mind of the council. In the first place, it was not possible to grant Sir. Sou- thard's request as the bylaw allows no sign to project more than three feet over the side-walk and must be fastened to the building. It was also noticed that the bylaw requires all awnings to be seven feet above the sidewalk and the chief of police will be instructed to see that all awnings are- seven feet clear of the walk. Barter poles are not al- lowed or, the sidewalk will be removed. Having spent nearly fwenty.five i SUrely result' For this, dollars, the Council i.u aume minor mar o contract twelv..- inch ens now force main iO'r supplying t iron C.Mi.l.n Iron Foundn- lapse of standpipfis but agreed that the faults of design could be overcome and also that all other things iving equal it would be better to have the cheaper tank. --The engineer spoke of the danger CWt' of collapse because of ice formation, iowrr on the wnT, but it had been proven that owing not i' the constant current of water in the :ohcr 1 standpipe here no ice had formed, contract nerves he" ?M Heart pal. was lhe t they l.v 0C" Strengthen these failing nerves with Dr. Snoop's Restorative. It is the nt-rves, not the organs that arc call mg for -help. Within 43 hours after starting the_ Restorative treatment, LGS t Will >f. the International Fisheries Commission has been ap. pointed superintendent of the branch of trade and commerce department which is to have charge of the old age annuities. Annuity tables are now being prepared by the finance department. Hon. A. B. Morine, K. C., Toron- to, formerly of Newfoundland, was nominated as Conservative candidate Health in every cup of' r COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Veiy nutritious and very digestible. Give it to your children and drink it yourself. COWAN CO.. Umifed. TORONTO ;