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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily VOL. III. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1S03. NUMBER 16 LECTURES TYPHOID EPIDEMIC IN MONTREAL Course In Soil Culture Poultry And Live Stock i-i. A. supcrintendant of Far- raers' Institutes and Fairs lor the prfu'ince, is in town this morning ia Fairfield company with Mr. W. making arrangements H. for the two Over Two Thousand Patients Already-Number Is Increasing WILL SUE JOKER FOl INVITE KING Montreal. Dec. are over two thousand cases of typhoid fever under treatment in tlys city and the number is growing rrfpidly. The lo- cal physicians are besieging the city council for accommodation of some kind, if only temporary so they can handle the cases properly. A motion will be made at tomorrow's city coun- cil meeting to vote for the establishment of a temporary hospital. The physicians state there is only one solution of the problem, that is filtra- tion. One public school alone has thirty scholars absent. With Tax On British Food-Times Correspondent Brought To Task For Statement-Campaign Waxing Hotter-Poster Cartoons Resented Farmer Who Expected Richj Wife !s Chagrined At Disappointment HAMILTON IS LIVING UP TO NAME week's course in agriculture to be gi- ver tore by the Department of Agri- from February 8LU to the .19th Mr. Craig stated this morning that! principal subjects to be dealt] with will be Field Husbandry, Live 8 rook and Poultry. Samples of grains. grasses and weeds will be used for purposes. Particular attention will be given to lectures on cultivation of the soil anri irrigation. Tv-o carloads of selected live stock v-UJ be brought in having beenr secur- ed irora breeders of pure bred stock throughout the province. The horse classes will include old country win- also the iirst carriage team at Brandon and YVinnipee. along with many other high class horses. txjjne of the breeds of poultry are to be secured to demonstrate breed characteristics and types. A number birds will be crate fattened. Dein- will be given in killing, j aiu'-kine shaping, packing, etc. I TOe sememe. .ill com- JW; the staff of lecturers: W. C: M.c-jof E Rubis. a foreigner who lived Kii.'ican, Dominion Seed Branch Sherman avenue north. While "O'v W H Fairfield, Dominion Ex- j working at the steel plant a load of Farm LethbrMge Dun- j slag fell can Anderson, Orillia; John Guard- Qut nearly uncovered Three Fatalities Call- ing For Inquests In Few Hours -Hamilton. Dec. 29. Since 3.30 this afternoon there have been no less than London, Dec. contest is Sir Edward G-rey, not Mr. Asquith full swing, the peers being wno Boldly favors an elective second again in in the very front fighting lines. Last j chamber_ night brought an amusing sequel to the Duke of Christmas at Blenheim palace. Mr. F. E. Smith, K.C. M.P., there with his wife to meet Mr. Winston Church- ill and his wife. Last in the course of Mr. Smith's speech as the Unionist can- didate for the Walton division of Li- verpool, an incidental reference to Churchill brought radical cheers. "I make no complaint of those said Mr. Smith, "the church years ago were cheering him. Six years from now Socialists will be cheering him. After that I do not know that anybody will be cheering him." The Blenheim palace party also pro- Indeed one of the most remarkable features ot the crises is that the one man in the cabinet who has always been regarded as the most convinced Whig and the most opposed to the re- volutionary changes is now stepping far in advance of Mr. Asquith. No stranger thing has happened in Brit- ish politics than that Sir Edward Grey, third baronet though he is an cx-Balliol scholar and a Northumber- land squire, owner ot acres, should be accepted as the leader of the new Lloyd-Georffe evangel. His foreien secretaryship has given him a "The Times" mammoth supplement published yesterday to the glorifica-! on tion of South America, than which countrv "The Times" says fewer portions of the globe offer richer re- wands to capitalists, is a hint to iu- dicious capitalists to accelerate that exodus of British capital which -tariff reformers lament. Coupled with "The Times" disguised pride in the fact that British capital has had a great deal to do with the development of Latin America is amusedly pointed out. Danger of Home Rule London, Dec. his reference j to home rule for Ireland, Chamber-! lain contends that it is undoubtedly a Winnipeg, Dec. the result of a practical joke played by George Moore, a well known Winnipeg man, ugust Brandi? a wealthy farmer of Teulon, Man., the latter has insti- tuted a suit against Moore for 000 damages. It appears that Moore promised to get Brandis a wife who he said was a rich widow worth Bran- dis came to Winnipeg and dressed' in -latest style, but the widow failed j to materialize, hence the suit. Proposal Made To Earl Grey By Sen- ator Belcourt high reputation in every European danger to this country all the great- chancellory' and thousands of staid loyalists who fear the Socialist ten- dencies of Llovd-GeorgC and Churchill er, as we are not threatened by foreign! nations as we have, never seen before, j He describes home rule as the grav- house, Toronto; W. F. Stevens, Hunt- iiiSuon, Que.; Senator P. Talbot, La- combe; Bryce Wright, De Winton; A. W. Foley, Dept. of Agriculture. Ed- him, when a second load of slag fell on him. He was dead when dug out and an inquest will follow. The second case was that of Chas. monton, E. J. Miss Nora Trench, Calgary; S. S. Stansell, Edmonton; A. Mitchell, In- dian Head, and others. The above stau "will not be employ- rLt- Griffith of Rockwood, an eastern sub- Cook, Lethbridge, i wag walkin on walking on the G. T. R. tracks and it is supposed he had his hands covering his ears to keep them from freezing. He FATHER and SON SITUATION IN JAPAN IS GLOOMY Joseph Chamberlain Austen Chamberlain Manufacturing And Agriculture De- pressed Ottawa, Dec. Beicourt a-t the annual dinner of the Ottawa Board of Trade tonight, expressed a hope that His Majesty's government would ask His Excellency to take an- other term as Governor-General of j Canada. However, he had to sever his connection with the Dominion, the speaker said, he knew that His Ex- cellency's attachment to Canada amid loud cheers, Grey gave up the office. he I could in no better way earn the gra- j titiide of the Dominion than by an j earnest endeavor, which no doubt would be successful, to induce King j Edward to honor Canada with a j visit. "This would gratify the long cher- ished hope oi said Sena- tor Belcourt, "of being awarded an opportunity of tendering to His Ma- jesty in person on Canadian soil a tribute of their to his throne and person. (Loud He remarked that should Edward, the peacemaker, .consent to visit North America, His Excellency, the i President of thc United States would .Tokio, Dec. economic sit- uation in Japan at present is not en- couraging and its looked-for revival voked an amusing interlude at a tin-'.policy will follow him" with easy ionist meeting at Burnley. -Gerald minds. I tki-fciWAAgJ est danger to which the united King-' lease rrom tnis is by engendering increased friendly re- tations between Canada and the States. Proceeding Senator Bel- has not occurred. As a result the de- {court referred to 'the entente cordiale pression in .manufacturing is great, j between France and Great Britain and ariiy due to "the tow price of rice fol- i universal peace. lowing a bounteous harvest. The j Sir Wilfrid Laurier replving to the weaving industry is hard j .toast "Canada, our quoted ing put upon production ment among the weavers. by agree- _, Immediate is for Canada, referred to the vast dom has ever in its history b'een ex- Unionist candidate, London, Dec. 29.-Speaking at Liv-jposed. Thc government, in advocat- 'od for full time of the course but will be on hand at various times to deliver their particular lectures. Lec- tures will commence at niae o'clock each morning and conclude at four- thirty with an hour and a ball for lunch at noon. Two other similar coiirses will be held at Olds and Vegreville. The course at Lethbridge will be expected to draw from the territory from High River south, including the Crow's Nest Branch from Medicine Hat west. It is expected that re- duced rates will be secured from the railway companies to attend these k-oturci, as well as reduced rates for board in the city. The course is entirely free and ery-HTie is invited to attend. A large I round tent, well heated and provided' svith seats will be used for stock judging purposes. The place of the will be announced in a few was struck by, an express and his I i mangled body found at 5.30. There is some mystery in the third, case. Miss Leeman was found dead in her room, at 138 Mary street. She had evidently been dead two days. An inquest will be held to see i-: her death was due to natural causes. Lit- i tie is known of the woman. TAYLOR JUMPS TO RENFREW FELL TRAIN AND WAS KILLED Hockey Player Offered For One Seasons Playing said: "We are shortly to see thehord- ings covered with grotesque carica- tures of deformed, distorted figures which are supposed to represent ty- not looked for in economic circles. success which the American States achieved during the past century. "We a' better country than they j _.j nincem. -Harvest auu a. guuu oniv. erpool last night ME. F. Smith said j mg home rule, he declared, is insra- j together with the recovery of balance that people had learned from Mr. j gated only by a wish to capture Irish jof trade wnicn is rapidly being ac- Blatchford what Lord Roberts had votes, and concludes by declaring that complished, it is that a greater been telling his countrymen for three so great, so urgent is this danger I degree of content, wi be brought out which, are supposed TO reprebcuo own wsuiu.u, lAmunjiuv-u wi. ]e-st pical members of the House of Lords, years, that there has been a fatal be- that even if it stood alone every per-..' -_ One of them to be used by the radi-itrayal of irreducible minimum in na-json who cares for the British name cal party depicts a bloated evil faced tioaal security and that we are notj ought once more to render the con- brute in a peer's robes and coronet, safe unless we take more efficient I spiracy impossible. This poster was received by Churchill j measures for national defence. j Oh! for Chamberlain for his approval and where do you j Mr. George Windham, at Chester.! London, 'Dec. Unionists FAMILY BURNED Englehart. Ont.. Dec. Hayes and her two children perished j in a fire that destroyed a place sit- he remarked, "and the future is in our hands." from Lake think it came to him? "He received it at Blenheim Palace, one of the great ducal homes of Eng- tllis rr.orning. land (Loud Isn't it a j playful, pathetic and romantic chan- pretty cellor of "Can't you sec it? Churchill sitt- John Dillon of Swjniord, said if the ing cosily in the midst of ducal lux-j government should win, and get pow- waited uoon ducal footmen in j