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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 12. 1908. PAGE TMBtl PHYSICIANS OF CITY MEET NOT- HOPEFUL ABOUT PANA Engineer Thinks Canal Will Be Failure. Paris, Dec. I Varilla. former Panuman Ministe the United States, and once an eii neer engaged in construction, of I j Panama the gloom views concerning the prospects of double the estimate made United States. He e Daily Herald Conference About the Future Of the Gait Hospital Tkc mutter brought up by the res- ident city physicians in the commun- ications to the city council regarding the new hospital was discussed at a special meeting; of the council last night culled tor that purpose. Those present were Acting-Mayor Ives, Aid. Hulton, Cutminghaia, and Brs. Mewburn, G-albraith, Campbell, DeVeber, Levering 3Lessrs. CASTROKMAD AT ACTON OF FRANCE OF PARLIAMENT Ottawa, Dec. li.-At today's Cabinet Council it was dec'id- that Parliament shall open Wednesday, .Tan. t -A- -L. j_ j. _. TROOPS LEAVING CUBA th the plan is now being carried with the result almost surely to in the greatest disaster in the histoj on Frenl ence of the canal depends Gatun dam. I and all the engineers who studied are absolutely convinced that the the ground makrts certain titans, Due. 12. destruction of The dam that is noenezuela- who arriv-d The only remedy s'nt Like the Way j ceived to remove the k-r.s to Miarflors A DANGEROUS GAME. High River, Dec. IJ.-Whil, plav. war with other young scholars Last_Chance school one clay last Castor Harry, son of David was severely injured bv his wiH> hurled a pronged P.K-H, which struck ljim in the face j one prong penetrating the nose and nt Castro of! "tlier the cheek bone It ijl this city lvquuvd several stitches to repair ih- V iT from Bordeaux made from last t Gatun dam lo kilomf ial advance to the French govera was feeding a Jit wi, 'm ajld for another encounter.'1 J.W.WOOLFB GOING TO UTAH United States Preparing to Withdraw 'ts Soldiers. Cardston M. P. Go- ing Back To Land Of His Birth C. F. P. Conybeare, City Solicitor. "P to noon today. He is re- as furiously at rhe man_ ATTENDED METHODIST which the government is re-1 Montreal.. Dec. Excellences" in Prance. Since his ar-J tlv Governor-General, he has remained shut' bv his daughter. Ladv Evelvn Grev.C" apartments as ,.i'. legion of friends through Sou UKC- ilu- War today tiie first from Cuba "of of pacification 'tin f "Gn dUty there I tie fall of 1896, were made known movement of the troops will oe- pleted by April 1st. The officers aT> j rh.ty com ftlie provisional govennnenTwm Tail na the day after the iu_ of President Gomez and troop, remaining island that date will be withdrawn as :y as the facilities will permit j J-hree army transports will be used NOTAFRAIDOF THE HOUSE- OF LORDS Premier Asquith Parliament Will Not Dissolve with in fact all of Alberta, bringing the- troops" 'aid >M regret that'John W. j the troops WiiJ be landed atVewnJ IS fh'.f, At'U-s XT.i ._ 1JJL L ill hls as closely as St. James jh he were a prisoner and barr- A FJNE YIELD. ivcr, Dec. ll.-Nicol Bros., of r. v-uujuvu...... attellded divine service in _ anu Darr. and M. Barford of the Gait Hospital Chlitx.h last Sundav few members of the Venezuelan averil 1 In Board of Management. --ntr Thfl seen noboriv- Secretary-Treasurer the letter of Mr. E. T. Creek, threshed els oi graill on their place this Two hundred acres of winter wheat them will learn tj f v- j v, t viuceto reside la to' where he has purchased a residence I Mr. Wool: has been one of the most progressive citizens of Cardston and London. Dec. n._The mem.s determination that there shall no immediate dissolution of Pa- HOLLAND'S PLANS. Mayor, the Council's resolution in re- formal letter te ply, the physicians the council and another in which they explained that their present action was not because of any dissatisfac- tion with the present superiivtendency of Dr. Mewbura but to provide for a possible contingency that might arise later and to prevent any possible fric tion practitioners. Acting-flavor Ives asked Dr. DeVe- ber to address the council. In doing so he said that the physicians of cit-v appreciated tho generosity of Mr. Gait perhaps even more than others in the city and the only reason that j they had brought the mutter of equal privileges in the hospital up was to avoid possible future friction. He re- peated the statement in the letter that the doctors of the city had no complaint whatever against the treat- ment accorded them by Dr. the present superintendent, but they ing. when the pastor, the Rev. llobinsoii read- w_ R_ Vounc. preached from the Galt to the tie of St. James, i., 25, hi- "Revelation and reapoiwc. tht- first occasion for the -t or a total of Vi 'rur a- ur a torai being Thi seen nobody. received fcrmai orders to; fifty acres of explanatzi-m of the govern-1 el, fn ti, i attitude towards the prSideTt bushlls al-oT'- "We ignore his pres-i ;t OI 11 OT1 tne whole, this is and averaged 75 bush- communicated to This is tbt' nrst occasion tor tne r trying to get her foot into French shoe. at the beginning to i being opened iip recognized that changes might occur and they wanted at the beginning to have provisions made to make any i Ine north of friction such as at present is the case heen. known us in Toronto. Considerable discussion followed which Dr. Galbraith, Mr. Conybeare and the most prominent part. The result and was that on motion nf Aid. Cunning- .generally Coleman, Dec. sonic weeks past rumors have been, current res-j pectiiig the likliliood 01 a new coal immediately to Coleman, 011 what has the McVittie property i on McGillivray Creek. Needless to say in'the which were circulating Dr. Mewburn.! say the reports created no small am- Ald. Ives of interest in business circles among the residents of the town It is now understood that HIS SPIRITS. tiow Doubts if Qod s Refined VaudevJIJe Dec. II.- low. S.J.. Smashed a Plate Glass Win- dow and Ran Away With Diamonds Montreal Dec. i2._One of the bold- est robberies ever committed in this city occurred at S o'clock this even- tirement from public life in this vince. Ho is not disposing of uoidings in Alberta other than in the town of Cardston. BISHOP OOANE ON BIRTH RATE Says Americans sTirk" Family Respon- sibih'ty. Philadelphia, Dec. Wi! lumi Crosxvell Doane, of Albany K Y i'i Ins report to the Federal Council': ol the Churches of Christ in -UnJ erica, presented today the official re-- port of iijg committee upon the fam- j uy and the .church, 4n which he as- serted that the decline in the b'-th rate in the United States is Beater than in any other countrv on I fflobe. has been a decline in the birth rate in every Western couWv- "e says, "most marked among the' English-speaking people. Comparing the birth rate of 1894 to 1393 with! that of 1374 to 1373, the decrease contemplated in the Dutch 'j present instructions to the Action is to be taken only vessels connected with the naVy Md the marine 'po Club .tonight by 200 mem- bers of his party as a mark of r appreciation and confidence "t" The occasion had been anticipated- great intere.f. as affording Mr tiou in the face of the the House of Lords of Lib- Liherials To Reorganize a Matched iDiaee Band Is Grateful ip ing one the shadow Of the city hall and hundred yards away from the hum and Hutton the -.........____ of the physicians was referred to the Gait Hospital Board for consideration and gestions. Another meeting of the council will be held when the commun j some the Hospital Board is re- j to tlje north. t) of allotted to fi the w. A. Dame glitss., vnundow jewelry stores, smashed bv a Creek, Dec. of the Citizens .ii.-At Band on Per topic .is being ist year. j discussed on the streets, in tin; hotels The new county court judge of Sim- is C. E. Hewson. K.C., of Barrio T. .Mickle of Chcslcy is appointed County judge-ship, and ;smer of Essex takes thc place late Judcre McCnlh Toronf mittee ot '.n Church joint Joim A TIE GAME. London, Dec. i.-Thc annual Ass. Preshvter annual Ass.1 to Com- lootball match between team and has been' MlHhodlsr Oxford and Cambridge- Was pla-vo'j {lt today, and resulted in a f. scored on. gool relation that the a large corporation does' Z T t, I of directors (Charles M.P., for Bonavea ana the deputy Speakers: uostion of church roplv to tiu atcd ;1 Anglican from states a nd everywhere. I'oN'ah will leave tomorrow ;iight to attend a meeting, of stock Holders at ch tho compnny's officers will Angli (orifi Kpi> Anglican C4, fusion of lift union tho hos- if UK- on Col SfflNBiED THE ENGLISH London, Dec. 12.-A man claiming had authority placod an order for boat for tlio Winnipr-g Rowing (o with Sims, boat, builder. He in- MICOM jvrsons to cash clif-qu-a a London bnnk for flmounts the stime manager o to the board of directors. In Staunton's case thc ITe report scvery t-hroe months' and he is permitted to suggest new legislation the lines where he is active In "'HKinff contrnrts for all municipal work in the biiymff of city sup- Plies he is irjvcn a free hand. The experiment began last April, the manager has shown himself so effic- ient that his re-election for a second has boon determined upon. One instance manager proved Placing contra SPEAKER AND DEPUTY. Ottawa, Dec. J2.-U is mnv concr-J- that tlie Spcakcrship will go to be composed of the- Jollowing gentlemen: Mayor J j Scott; Councillors: C. Kettles, J H" Schoflold; W. H. Tucker, p. vv. A. Ross, T. If. Hinton Th fi three councillors take the- the three retiring councillors E. Should. E. R. K. J. MitchoII. The school trustees arc r? Chas. Tayson, A and Wm. Foote. MONTRFALER DEAD. Montreal, Dec. William- and president of 'jjoon vv He had in for sixty born in 1824. in Serious Fire At Pincher Cr Crook, Doc. u._Mr Tios worth was in STENOGRAPHER Fn-doriclon, Dr jithic pav-j Berry, well known of St. John, diod from the effects of me in.tr. ;