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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L HEATHCffTE MOVED TO PERM Change Of Mining In- spectors In This Province Of United StaUt to K. Heathcote, provincial mine .in-' specter, with residence in thia city, has resigjied to accept a ent's position will u the Crow's 'X Pass Co. v The Provincial Government has re- arranged the territory of the inspect- ors. Robt, Livingstone, of this city, has been placed in charge of all the zuiueH west of Lundbreck, on the Crow's 'Nest line, and all west of Calgary, cm rihii main line. la, thf future he will reside in Calgary; A new district, consisting of all ter- ritory -on the Crow's Nest' east of Limdbreck to Medicine Ha been created, and a new inspector will soon be, appointed to look after it. Chief Cosl Mine Inspector Norman Fraser will inspect all the north of Calgary. There has also .been a rearrange- ment in the mattercof exanxinlitions Instead of being belt at different places, and at- different times, all examinations will hence- forth bo. held on the gamp dates in the three districts, and they will al ways be. held at the-' same places Frank has been decided upon as'trn place for holding examinations fo the southern portion Living stone's district, and Banff for th northern portion. An examination being held at Frank, and" thost! .participating are: Fire Wright, Lurid- breck; .Thos. Young, Taberj M. Mc- Garry, Michel; Jas. Devlin; Taber; R. Hayes, -Luixlbreck Jno. Harvie, Tabjr: Wni. D. McMillan, Leth- go S McLeary _ -Letlibridge J Ottawa, Deo an- bvin vent UMJ inkoduction mouth' disease f.on} the United ttt Niagara So rigid, in- leed, the (lUfifaHtyw, .that dian oAeiaU at the international >ridge hayt- di'dinwi to allcw auto- mobiles to e-oris front ths p near St Boni- face. Somt-, time ago the -contract for one ot the'buili'ings was awarded to Contractor Kelly, of Winnipeg, "but it ii.. obtained by having the. tenders .call- ed for the erection of th.e whole plant, plans for which are now com- plete. It K understood that arrange- ments have been made for the can- cellation of the cor.tract ior the por- tion of the plant already awarded. 10.45 1LCT7 66.33 LOO 5.75 15.00 Buckiiig 15.00 Rope Exhibition 5.00 Ex-May oittiiletijjnd JD McMqr- of Nel: CAUSE OF DISEASE tiori S.frJ C'asri Dr. Mewbuni Sjiecl. Prize for swine................... 24.00 ash. F. Sick, Sped.; prize for barley ___.................. Ifi.fio! A. E. Humphries Sped. j prize for workingman's dinner 3.00 Cash W. H. Sped. Prize horse-shoeing 10.00 Cash Ellison M E CoJ home- made bread................ 3.UO Taylor E .Co, home- _.; I- ;bre'ad 9.75 McCaughcrty, aect Cash 'Notfe for" overdraft in NEW MEMBER OF TliCABINET A. P. McNakh, Of Sasbtoon, In Ifce Sasblctawan GovcniieBt Tho Heal was sent to the Vatican in a golden casket, bearing on the oiit- sido the Papal emblem in diamonds. Cash in Bank 33-74 8976.03 Certified Correct: W. B. BUR- NETT, Secretary Treats. Members ,for 1908 107 Members for 1909 74 JURY FOUND REUFTOBE GUILTY Total 18976.03 i Expend itbres Old Sundry accts of 1907 Printing; stationery and sup- plii-s Letli. Jfeyk's 'Printinfr Prizs. List aad 'large bills toe, Wilson Makes ffis Theory 63.80 32.15 124.40 Hernd, printing Tickets, ,Padees, etc. 54.80 Rent. of Labor Hall for Seed Fair 10.00 Jnion Bank on note for'over- c. eginji, Sask., Arch P Mc- M. L., A., of h'a4 bjcen. executive, to muMcipal MUSICIANS MUST GARRY AtARD the out- break 'of "trie fckit and mouth disease now prevalent hi states was :lue to the importation into the Unit- ed. States- of. biological products of uch material as go with merchandise in of-immigrants ApiiUQ'ivof. Secretary of Agri- culture'Wilson. -ITc'gavie this as the most plausible in an ap- peal today to -the House for an erc- crgency of need- ed hy the of Agric'ultijrc to fight the disteivse." "It how "secnss'clear that ent outbreak hail its origin near De- added Secretary, "and that the infection in the other states cnnifi through that: source. ,.In. view of strict quarantine on animals it does not seem possible'that it would I'a'vc.-lHHSR brought with live CaUcdUa, fair DISMISSED THE APPEAL Toronto. The C-ourt of Appeal tonight Rfv. Dr. Worknian's appeal on t.h seat: iintHKe sembly.; and the- writ a -new1 elec- tion division of Saskatoon city has issued. The date -for- ths nominations is fixed, for Dec. 24th, polling Dec. 31st- Mr. iMcNabb goes to Saskatoon today. thaj, the cabinet will be rearranged fol- lowing the session the new min- ister will assume portfolio oi public works -which premier has held since the formation: ot the gov- i ernment in September 1905. 131 election. of officers for ,the on- suing year was the next order of bus- iness and resulted in the following being elected .Honorary president W. 0.' Hut- ton. -.''-_ W. H. Fairfield. First Vice G. M. Hatcii. Second Vice Pres. Wni. Oliver. W. 0. Huttou, Geo. Hoiik. D. J. Whitney, W. Ingraisi, T McC'augherty, W. S. S. Gillis, C. J Eekstorni, Jas. Ashcroft, W. A. Ham- ilton; j: F. Rodgers, C. G. K. Nburse, A. E. Humphries, E. Adains, F. A. Easton. rW. Bawden, E. Ha geil, H. Macbeth. -Secretary Treasurer pro W. B. Burnett, The of disposing of the agricultural grounds to- the 'city was tiien taken up informally and ou incK Famous SanFrancisco "Boss" Hears the Verdict f Hitdi 1 urther sioii'-jof the- was put off until a meeting to be called on Jan- uary 15. -Mr. Hatch -gave 'notice thai he will at tlmt meeting -move for the transferring of the property to the city on "certain conditions. After, the meeting, Vice Pres. Hatch called a meeting of the direc- tors to arrange about the annual seed fair It was decided to hold It On Jan. 16. The matters of trophies discussed but will be further gone into later by the committee. Francisco, Dec. Reuf, former political "boss" of San Francisco, was convicted today ot bribery after the deliberations of the jury had been prolonged 24 hours The warnings of Judge Lawler and the the police checked all attempts at st demonstration. The trial which has been in progress i LOG days ended with surprising ab- ruptness. The court sits next- Saturday Dec. 12tli as the day for pronouncing judfnncnt. Reuf's conviction renders him liable to a maximum penalty ol 14 years in -the penitentiary. Mem- -bsr.? of the jury declined to make any statements..... Vancouver, B. C., Dec. looks very much like a checkmate has been effected by Tja Siuuii in the in- teresting game this Hindoo leader has been playing against the Domin- ion government shice the lirst propos- al was made to remove the Hindoos from British Columbia to British Honduras. Teja Singh toduy completed negotia tions for the formation oi all unem- ployed Hindoos, iato an incorporated company of land owners, their chief asset being valuable property near North Vancouver, at English. Bay. In this last bold move Teja Singh has not only dealt the death blow to the British Honduras scheme but he has effectively removed alt indigent and unemployed Hindoos from, the abor market and has thus in one re- spect benefited white laborers. Teja Singh, the newly appointed lead- er of the Hindoos in British Colum- i, today purchased one hundred and fifty-two acres of land in Noi-ih Van- couver municipality, the purckaae price being forty-one thousand dol- and he has secured an option at eighty thousand dollars. LABOR GOING BACK. Albany, N.Y., Dec. labor has deteriorated in efficiency in, the last fifty years, declared President Hadley, of Yale University, in an address tonight before the Presbyter- ian Union of Albany on. "Some Edu- cation Lessons from Germany." He attributed this condition among other things to careless training and habits of workingnien and the restraint placed upon them by unions. COMING ACROSS Polo Teas Headed By Earl rtOBTc Alberta Another Death At Kansas City SMALLPOX i N LUMBER CAMPS. Peterboro, Out.. Dec. are _47 mild cases of small pox'in the lum- ber campa north of Peterboro coun- ty. Active steps have''been "taken" City, H. Seize, j to stamp out the disease.; v bystander, who was injured in the ight Ixitweon religioiw; fanatics and i Jie.police on Tuesday afternoon died early- this nioming- at the University BROCKVILLE IS; WISE BrockviHe., Out., Dec. ratepayers decided -to continue Hospital. Jfhis brings the death principle of non-political adminis- in connection with the case up to five, j trution of the town affairs which has Officers Huilin nnd Loins Pratt hav- j h3en 5n vogue last five years ing died.' pood results. Sharpe Has Been Arrested Kansas City, Mo., Dec. Sharpe, self-stj-led :'Adam' tho man who led the fanatics ia their fight with the oftkers, was arrested tonight in coun- ty, Kansas. He made no resistance. Olo Far Ian and S. A. Aubey were fined for being drunk. NEWS FROM ALBERTA'S CAPITAL Edmonton, Dec. new market has been .found for Edmonton coal in the towns along the C.X.R. line east. Up little effort Has been made mileage fees are DISTRICT COURT EXPANSION Similarly tiu> expansion of the Dis- trict Court ridings ttnd system has since that roart was built to capture effected further saving in litigation this natural market for Edmonton's j upoll witnesses' fees. It is said that great wealth ol coal, but this year through some advances from Saska- toon and the activity of the Board since ihe system has wrorksd ao well--the Attorney General, who intro duced the change, will now take into of Trade office coal dealers here have j consideration the tariff. '.of fees pay- been awakened to their opportunities, i aWc The coal is now busily en- 1 grounds that-evidence was paged in filling a first order of j in justify the claim oT apjK'al. that tin- aciiwi oiV.Vihe board of Ws-sleysin tons for Saskatoon district. 1-nst winter during the entire season not. Court cases. CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS MERCHANTS BANK PROFITS Montreal; Dec. the Merchants Bank of Canada shows net profits for the year lo November 30 of Winnipeg. Man., Dec. Earl of Winterton has written the secre- tary of the. Winnipeg polo club that he will bring out a British team next your. The ponies will be shipped di- nxrt from England to Winnipeg where a series will bo.played. A.f- ter -the Winnipeg games the team will likely visit various Alberta towns having polo teams and from there will go to British Columbia, return- ing through the States where games will also be played. Earl Winterton has the distinction of being the young TWO DEATHS AT RAYMOND Raymond, Dec. -Peterson, wife of Mr. Lawrence Peterson, pass- ed _away last night. Pneumonia was the cause of her death. She leaves four children between the ages of nine years and three months, also her bus-' hand. Peterson :was a member of the L. D. S. Church. A baby of Mrs. Baker died last night with, the measles. JUDGE SCOTT ILL. Edmonton, Dec. Justice Scott was reported to be dangerously ill at his home last evening. His condition this morning1 is consider- ably improved..- fenced field of standing wheat behtnt which a rancher stood with his horse Jerked backf from the fence. It the common story of "another trail cut off." but it was magnificently portrayed in a setting of Aorta's grr.Js, with and lumber est member of the British! r. House of Commons, barely two years of age. Hf now off to South Africa to hunt big game as he says he understands there will be some things doing on the continent next, spring as far as big game is concerned. AGAINST ICE CARNIVAL. Montreal, Dec. Council of tlir Board of Trade n-c-iit on record ngainst the winter carnival which, it is proposed to hoM here in February J. EYING TRIP in INfontrcnl was ultra vires. more than twice this amount The Trades nr.rt l-ibor Council re- ceived a communication From G. P. Brown, manager of the Lyceum. The- atre nt the meeting last night stat- ing that a nimor xvas heard on the street to the clTeot that members of the Citizens' Band playing twice a wcck'Ht his theatre were not union men and that according to the terms of the contract it was unfair to un- ion musicians. Mr. Brown stated al- so that he did not want to do any- of tho close of the year Edmon- ton nro prone to enumerate i tho several civic improvemenlr. niado GIFT TO McGILL Montreal, Dec. announce- ment was jnade today of the gift of by Robert Reford, the ship- pin? num. to McGill University. The money is to be added lo the endow- Athabasca Tending, the little town mont" fuud for the in- in the foreground. Alber- ta is coming in for praise on every side. V A GROWING OUTPOST shipped "to Saskatoon. This year a, _j f 'Curing the vear Ciitii witlt such, tang- orders from the! R large increase in tho cast is prepared for. Winnipeg. .Man., in the basonwtt of the two storiey hrick to tSie Molson's B'oak, SMAT.L DEBT PROCEDURE The improvement initiated by leg- jisiation-ai the lost sessicn concerning Small Debt procedure has been vcrj- .favorably commented upon during the possessions as a Jnost satisiac- torj- street railwny service, aw ,vc- cellent automatic tolephcco system, a newly-installed incinerator and elec- tric power doubled the city has oc- casion to proud oi itself. The splendid financial standing of the past season. who have consider-1 Cil5 is allOthor mfttter for "nprutula ahlc to 'Jo with the workings of legal whilc tht> at tho of .Main St. ami 'Bun- i mnrhinery 8oy that the new system j whirh progress natyno Avc.. lire which broke out [means a convenience and sav-1 ninety seven miles north of Edmon- ton wants a. railway now. It has a Board of Tradf and a aper iuid it is; one cf tho prettiest little towns in Alberta, 'but it is not expected to attract railways so rea- dily as tho trading posts in the fer-' tile Peace River Country west and' north of it. i crease of the salary of professors. Magnate Made i Record Ron Oi Speda! Train Contract Let For School Desks OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM At a special meeting of the school board lost night Principal Hamilton New York, Dec. harms prvdicted in Chicago that "Any man who a bear on the future of this country would go J. P. Mor- gan returned to New York last evt-n- inp after a remarkable trip by srwv cial train over tho New York Centra-.. journey was made in 17 and 1 minute which is one hour ionism. Asked if he had henrd anything to- day re the matter MT, "Brown stated that he had been advised that the terms of the contrast wore unfair. "What are you going to do about it? Every man thai at the Ly- nt. 1.45 this mornjnsc spread rapidly ing' to 5s hiis durmi Innn-v Alberta's coiumon school system is j sirhmitted a color scheme for the bnr- er than the Twentieth Century Limit- making jrroat forwai-d. Since j lap nnd tinMnp of the walls of the crack train oi tho Cenertal. Hoptcmlwr. 1005 tho schools have schools. The scheme was adopt- j Mr. Morgan wa.s in n hurry to re- with n-trarcl to the harmony ofjiuni to New York, it is said, becatvv ovit doubled, increasing in number to 10-15, the onroSl- to other the building and within u quarter of an hour the struc systPm of Sheriff's fees which is practically'What still obtains in ma- color illumination. An or-! of a business .era and for that STK-ciai train. ture was in smoke which older provinces, ihe cost of a dis- Iwiched. forth from the windows and puled account of SoO.OO due foci's. The entire addition was oc- ment has inm-nsod hy 11.000 or mere der for two humlrcd and fifty seats {reason procurrea spc-ciai trau in the same timo. The new Normal 1 was given to Boyd, Goode Co. special made 58 to 60 ir.iles Rutherford has lately rc-Uchool at Calgarj- where 140 desks nrc madp. in hour for the entire distance with Al.BF.RT.VS C5OT.P .MEDAL cv.picd Cnnadinn Man- ceum in ihe iulurc must carry a card i was the answer. j wstn The Trades and Council S8 that every musician, without dnmngv card, was unfair. 000. ufacturers" Co. nnd the loss to this firm through u. combination of fire. i hv alcoived from the Secretary of the To-1 are in training js said to be the fin-jOnt., and nro the nearest to the leiral'ronto Exhibition, the poM modal won W institution of its kind in Canada, j dan! sot by tho highest hygienic and this city. Stops in thi> coulrt consult.! state were made at Buffalo, Syracuse man living 40 miles from the legal centre, would moan Under i by the Govermnpnf s display there! whito the profession of teaching is'thorities the j m the now method of procedure the cost i this year. In ho-ompanying let- likely to receive special aids fromj.Thoy an; in several differ- Albauy. under similar circumstances would be tor the official announced it to he one i the new university. Six new city tent ways. built in -on opinion irooly expressetl by vis- cost of- 880.000 tors nt the Toronto Fair. The ifls throughout the province, no long sign of the display xvas a targe wire j to 8.000 toSlOjOOO. The building! the vSheriff have been done away imngvr) io the ox tent of ana appointment of several bail-] at A. l V everbodv that has had exper- i trip cost the financier an hour, i There was only one other passengrr ort the train, W. C. Brown, second each, and six newi. The se- schools in Allwrta cost each hence in horkey turn o'lt at the president of the New York tice tonight. tral Ry. ;