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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL tfTHiUJOOl, WCDMCtDAY, FCSftUAftV If, IMI NO. IS. OPEN BID FOR VOTES UltOFQirAPPELLE WANTED PAYMEKT TIME EXTENDED Ml M Up An Fob; Senate ''today was puking through the grain grant know'" thai, they would do'ao in the r f j. p f-f The'proviivcial fovernmente: wereT bound io-repay-th ion within a year and so should have an 'opportunity to recoup themselves liine.-, As to the point that no aid mould be given to had sown no toed hi 1907 that was ed to mak? that there was a real reason aid. should" aid be giveu' to thof-c-who had suffered no low. "They grain Ifom their neighbors thiK year as could in An- drew Brodcur of rcaponded Mr. Oliver, "but they will able to buy seed as in any and Uie .regulation provides for supplying seed onjNish terms Howuvcr, Tif the house wiw willing aid to these settlers he was, quite-willing ttT make change. The authority given 'to the Dominion'land agents'" and otfier: of- ficials outside of vthe local improve-, ment, districts to pass upon applica- tions for aid, Mr. pliver" justified on the ground thati some authority needed fo Replace the councils' which' in _ Liiprovement supplied a cifeck upon applications coukl be'refused "only on the ground that the need did not ist and not mefely on the groumTtliat the upplicunt was not a friend. doubt that 'A as aquestion for .roplkd Oliver, "but the had, desired definite and personal authority for the which the government -proposed to supply seed gram-to tHe homestead st'ttlern ami be therbasis lor aid "given.through the medium of the provinces settlers whc hav? llieir-land paiantsr- I-akc took. with proposal the loan be-repaid-.'ftithini onr' and suggested an extension tc years. He, stated that the pric es oi wheat and .oata were now very' high, the wheat "varying 93 cents to per bushel. If to .this-price, iccorfiing' to regulations were the expensess such' as the cost of htor age, insurance, and freight, the result would be that the burden on the set- tlers would-be beyor.d-thcir tt bear. -It would mean practically that last season's and if the crop should fall below the would "be a crushing burden. He understood it was the intention off the pro viuccs to take a challcl mortgage on the first year's crop of patent holding settlers and to "this ho also objected as burdensome. It would, he considered, be a ser- ious Wow to the prosperity -of -the West. Lake next took issue with the proposal to limit aid to the lands on which" seed had been xsown in 1907. This would shut out all-new He sai_d that no better "ad- could be given of the Western jand, than that after one or two years' work had been" put on them, the government put such a high value Gifthein that they were willing to lend on their security. To from aid those who "reasonable return" irom their lands in 1907 he objected to as too indefinite and further he asker -fora limitation of the power? of the officials to whom outsfde of local improvement districts are to be madt_by-the homesteaders, s6'as to protect' against arhitrar These are. landvngents, immi fration homcsteKd inspectors the Mounted Police 'Mr. io waive ing all his objections except that re the time o( "payment, that to a test he" moved a m otation decUrinff for a change of from one to three yean with a provision al lowing, any settler to rcoajr earlier if he Hon. Frank Oiiver re- plkd that the resolutions were thf of'a consvhation with the ptt> vincial They found necessary to take security on the crop. In 'some'cases they take the paVnt ae security the occupier was a tenant am the crop tthti only security As the provinces were earrjfhg out of distubution." H L- Borden took up the case oi new settlers They mould be In-as ecuxl a year aa last "in some, respects. Jlmt tliey vonld have' more difTctilty in meriey from i the bnnks" or. Boirowing, seed rbm. their neiglibors. The "aim wras secure the seeding of ,_Tall >lamU yailuble. for "seeding and on-of the to ertain extent defeat thib' "purposer i-idom -of equiring repayment _ i 1.1. _ _T i BANDFTS CLEARED BANK Tab Al the Cash aaJ He Away After Ai Einaler v Wfl Qdzm Rich Hill, Mo., Feb. Securing cash after, dynamiting and totally wrecking building of the Farmers' and Banke in this city five iljr .armed terrorized Jihc town here early today and" after 'exchanging" shots with several armed citiieus ret- capcd to "the" country south of liere.. ,No one was injured bv either V i -T the shots or the- The dy- namiting' of- the vault ofjthe 'bank awakened the 'town awl .the popula- tion hurried to -the bank Many arrived in time to see-the'rob bcrs ride away. Some of the citirens opened fire which was returned by the fugitives. Cashier J. W. Janrieson said the thieves had secured all the available cash in the bankV Tlie building completely wrecked and many neigh boring" structures shat tered by the explosioion. sher- iff of the county organized a posse but as the robbers had secured a good start there is little prospect of their .Of RAYMOND ONE MAN FOUGlfT AGAINST A MOB WAS FIN ALLY OVERCOME AND KILLED Southern Albarta. He'ii" a Sue- cWaful, a Huatlmg May Enthuaiaatk A4vacaU everything That Will Advance CHICAGO FULL OFANARCfflSTS Oiefof s being overtaken. GAS EXPERT'S REPORT It Will Not Given Until Council -W. H. the -gas "expert who is' inyestigfr ting: the well sit- oV behalf of the TERRmC EXPLOSION OF MOLTEN STEEL WPITTSBURG Caved a Dm la Be RneiTmifTbai Kc Plitsburg, Pa., Feb. doien men were burned, two of them fa- tally, in a terrific explosion of molten uteel at the Mouongahela blast fur- nace of National Tube- Co., Cen- McKeesport, near here early The huge steel plated furnace ter St. today. 100 feet in height'burst at the tip hole and 50 tons of liquid metal dropped to the floor accompanied by Dariig at the well. Be log book '_t Council' is Feb. in'the history of Chicago have other encaiies of been "more dangerous they arc tit declared 4 Chief Shipjiy "The police arp their move- incnts closely. You' nevtr Igiou- when they are going to break out." ,He then criticizi-d the roctnt'action. oC Torri- in Miggcstmi; ar- as it spread and i plash- ed over the heads and bodies of the workmen nearby. A slip, in the fur- nace caused a hundred tons of iron ore, coke and limestone'to drop-to the bottom, forcing the heavy -steel plates apart. The wen ran but the metal splashed into the air when it struck the cold floor.and the detona- tions broke air the windows in the plant for a radius of two squares, causing intense excitement- in the ,as 3 no desire m trf___ .ake to mak'e thitf question" of but Inerely "to He, recognized hojnesteadprs not be years -the holders of pateritn re- Sons this evening. In the yis bailiff quired, to one-'ycai but he >elieved the. province couki" got se- :urity upon thjree years crop" as _ well us one; ATTACK ANNOYS THEM British. Agents 'Criticism Olijjct to MontronlaV Feb. special Lon- out. SCO-TRAINS IN MARCH Will Run Through to Portland, Orc- "_ gon A Daylight Scr- Jon cable says the British igents' which the best booking agents, have iiauedjin i strongly woroVd protest against the attack of the Guild Hall magistrate, Sir'Marciih the Can- adian bonus system. The association N rtHs- altogether likely that the Soo Spokane train put on" again about. March 1st The talk at the given the Herald is that the train will be put on ag- ain but will "run through to Poit- land, Oregon. According to the pre- sent., .schedule the _run from Spokane takes sixteen "In of the extended route uit-ro is a possibility of one of the com prices i trains at least reaching Lcthbridgc takes sixteen HE OUGHT TO KNOW London, Feb. special dis- itch from Vienna to a news agency here, says that Count Alexander -Ka- says that the magistrate is obviously gnorant oMhe fact that it bonus through hi.s legal advisiir hijis- J ;-1 one pound Jper7 eiinigrant only paid ont emigranta approved by the jovernnicnt tand. it urges that it done to ensure that none but desirable ind needy emigrants were sent to Canada: The British Board of Trade licenses are givtn only ib agents who pass 'qualifying' examinations long; to the association. The asso- ciation1 claims, that the.Miole in Canada has arisen through iisiWe and ilUJnforniKi agents and It pv.t-its commis- an emphatic denial oi his" re- ported engagement to Mrs. Cornol- ust across the Florida line a white man fought i his assailants desperately wounding tei of them and forcing the other's to kjll him in the fight. Long had James Sapp, a wealthy citizen. A son of" Long had .killed a brother of Sapp niul escaped. Long the father of the slayer and shot him -to dQtxth. Long arrested and _ __ fifty men visited the prison and took 'the prisoner out to hang him. A sj cctator says Long- fought the mob to a stand still in the prison t but was knocked down with a club ashov run out of the -door. -JjTheu to sulrm-rge all 01 the groat sink dcu-a? very endi for which it was originally tapped. SUICIDE AT BERLIN, ONT. Berlin, Ont., Feb. more, an insurance broker, committed snicidc in Waterloo yesterday, by shooting himself in the temple. "Wor- over business matters w supposed TO navy been tin: cause. He leaves a widow and child. BAD FOR CURLING Winnipeg, Man., Feb. soft snow is falling here today and the ice is in poor condition for curling. All jramts in the bonspiel pbich were to have started at 9 o'clock this morn- ing have been postponed till tomor- row morning. Rev. W. M. Pctton, Ph. D. has been appointed to the chair of OJd Tcstanwnt aiwl Ulcrature in Thcologj- Cftl college, Montreal, In place of ACCEPT JAPS OFFER Angeles', Cnl." The American the feature. of the- meeting of the fleet committee the council chamber today. The Jnpancscs offer to help entertain Rcnv Admiral Evans and his blue jackets Accepted C. Workman, Vh. IX, retires! nppointmcr.t i.s .-ftcctivc.May 1st, Dr. Paiton is nntfvc of Montreal, was 'formerly registrar Of iWeslcyan in 1900 to join where oi- Yale Uaivenity, ever siact. spirit in which it The members of the commitf tee .consider- ed that the voluntary offor af th was 'BO extraordinary magnanimous and praiseworthy, that they passed a special resolution fer, tike of- RAYMOND JOTS Tlnymnnd, Feb. 31. A "telegram tvn.s receded by Ray Thompson yesterday conveying the news of his brother's doath nt St. Anthony, )d- nho. Mr. Thompson left for the south this- morning. ChisholnV, of our school has tendered her resigna- tion to tnkc ouect on March 1st. She is leaving for FJdmonton schools. The football team Haa start Mud are wpectiaff a season, Miss ;