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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta News for the Week Live "Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Ethnontou, Feb. Mr. Robertson, of the Opposition gave notice .yesterday of Act providing for London, Feb. Frederick the election of the Senate of the.Al- Holmes, millionaire Ixrta Uairersity wholly by the isteivd graduates. The law, at pres- i provides that of the 15 members' M the senate ten shall be appointed murdered bat are at a complete fcy the Rovernment five by for the assassin's motive or corpse and his and two servants were found dead of bullet wounds. The police think him the graduates. Mr. idea is 10 matter of those identity. found. iu waa near his 'far as possible from the j nuuuuon near Henley-on- oC Montreal, Feb. has gone iii Montreal, the master bakers having advanced the price or four loaves to five and eights cent loaves to nine. Further advances may be expected ia spring when it is believed the -stores of wheat in the country will be seriously utpletoi while tbe high ruling price of wheat is giv- en by the bakers as the main reason tiie advance. It is also claimed that other expenses conjinected with 4t the-Ttasaes. When carried home 4c the extent of the tragedy was 4t discovered. The women had been shot through the head ap- 4t parently while asleep. Holmes 4c wounds are- such it is not be- lieved he could have slain the members of bis household and ny days regarded as loet, causing aaxietr to relations and friends ..the passengers. The two new on the Atlantic are al- was shot twice "Wednesday night. his brother-in-law, Frank' G. Engle- l -f J t n I l-'l iii Jti. .i A i fx so tne countess and earl signed I Canadian. c i rcan, of Kansas City, Mo., and is in J r the terms of settlement before court', opened. It is believed that the countess agreed to a financial ar- raxigemeat satisfactory to Yar- a critical condition. Taagiers, Feb. Sir Harry t The shooting; occurred at the Wil- j son home here and Wilson, in a state mem to the police, alleged that bis wife "started a -tow" and "Engleman joined, with her. Wilson brought suit for divorce conferred the .W.A1R.- Co., by the act of '1905, and extend- ing- the time for the commencement and completlo'n af the projected rail- way. A. H. Beaton Toronto, is sol- icitor of the company. The company was originally incor- porated by the Dominion Parliament in 1893, and' a- subsidy was voted in the following year. In 1900', and 1905, acts were passed extending the-''time for'construction, and a newal 1904. pony power to enter into agreements they asked for my views on forming another league, and I- pointed out to them that there were two essential facts they would have- to hold to. The first was the road system Calgary i and Edmonton indulged in last ,in spending all kinds of money to get j new stars-during-the season, 'for fear rcpOrt of Dair3' Commissioner to-pass the rival-toW would beat them is' to hand' ttrc and secondly, they would have- features in the the of interest the cut out the training trip feature. I am strongly in favor of the starting their season on the work' shown by new crcjunery. the addition r-.i stations grounds and .being organized on the home grounds. year and the 'establishment of'cow- j..testing associa'tiuns by which average' productivity in herdivmav be This is all the teams lost, improvea. Another is the money last were away in i rxhiction the hole before the.league opened. 01 the total output for the srtarti from Lethbridge instead of tlics- Herald interviewed Hr. Graham tKs morning: on the In reply, he stated incidentaUy; other towns'besides Lethbridge intist-. be "considered by the C. P. Hi. Jn-: the CAM; ot tneee trains it is either the local or tlie Cranbrook local." -Lt'thbridgc could not have- both and as tbe'r6 are pas-. irom to s-.vfk west of Macleod who coulijt, use tha- tlie it i? better for Lethbridge uf- have the -Ciilgary local than the oth- er. As it is a person can leave Leth. bridge at 2.40 in. an_d reach Frank at 7.02 and return on tha Granbrook local at 12.00 reaching Maciood st- _. [season in of nn increase in the whllc cho CalSary- local is due The tdmontoa men were very numbcr crcamerx. and at, Macleod twenty minutes later, enthusiastic about having a league of j is civ t.n in of The the- subsidy was voted in Hat> he act of 1905 gave tho con: able baaia in blirii Maclean, comander of the Sultan's i from his wife a few days ago- amalgamation-, etc., with the Al- berta" Ry'.' afS Irrigation Co." The body guard and next the most in- Engleman .come here in connection fluential men in Morocco, arrived equipped with the here under escort from the bandit and- are to keep up commurii-' who has held him under from shore to shore with var- bondage for last seven months, was wireless stations or with other He was brought here in accordance with the which the Brit- ish- government finally succeeded in making with Raisuli for release, in with the ease. storm has railway traffic. Fourteen for Britain pays the city were to Protection croramg. Five are reported as and immunitJr arrest- AU the northern trains Lisbon, Feb. a plot to destroy the Royal family now consisting only of Queen Amelia and cancelled. A snow plow and two derailed at .Agincourt hoa Prince Albert, Feb. Wright gvtf 55, a. well known ferry man, was na over by a C. N. R. yard engine MSfrrdajr. and horribly mangled. was slightly deaf and did not engine. Both his legs and hand were cut off. He was ro Victoria hospital and his ih- dressed where he died at two o'-rf.-clc this morning. His only rel- srtiTC is a brother living in Barba- HWS. Barrie, Ont., Feb. tion with rural districts which cut off for three days owing storm was opened on Saturday and j railway" axu-h-orized to be constructed in Strathcona, Edmonton, Wetaskiwin, T and Lethbridge and Medicine work on a suit- in the two south teams. The idea is the league ran on a fifty per cent, basis in the Class D. the same as last year. at the -meeting the Edmon- considerable in- "achiDS Abridge at 17.05. crease in prieo per pound for the five-hours Frank a put. The quality of the output is as time, at other points high as ever and the demand cbrres- at other lhc Pass fmd tets one rcturn to pondiagly strong. One million at in the after-' docc if one pounds mors could huve' been easily dispwsCH] of I goes as fjir wetvt as Ferine when two The poinus at which new stations niffhts mu8t be taken so to have been an: ConU-nt, the it brought news of the death in the blizzard of Robert McKinley, residing weft of-Thornton, who was', going home accompanied by his and when half a mile from home fell ex- hausted. After repeated efforts to im which proved futile, the past the headquarters of the North Sas- katchewan River, thence to the east- erly base of the Rocky Mountains. eon covered his father as best he could with straw and then went for Feb. special dos- the boy king. Manuel II, Lisbon is {assistance but though aid was speed- again in terror. While preparations j n-r st band, McKinley was to far were being made for the burial Of to be restored. King Carlos, and Crown Prince Luiz j He fidow and thousands of troops were rushed into smal1 children, the city and a- double guard was thrown around the royal household. That the ministry expected a plot of extermination was demonstrated TDirrnv nir i VII A N. Y. STREET CAR tound tne people very anx- ious to break into the game, and all the men I approached were, well to do and willing to help the game through. At Wetaekiwin I did not see many of the boys, but met a few of the principal ball enthusiasts, and they were also ansious to come in, though they expresed the desire to hold a public meeting before making CtsiScu to j operate owing to the keen local de- trainsi, If the-Cranbrook local started froni Lethbridge it- would have .to get awuy by 5 o'- clock in the morning: which would t-c littJfl better than the present arrange- intnt. mand for dairy produce in the capi- tal and on account of there being consequently less need of government aid in the marketing of the products. MADE A MILLION Chicago, Teb. Ogden Armomy if-reports freely circulated on th.? reason for the shrinking in the! board of tradt> are true, -has made tatai output is the -wea-fc condition' "killing of' nis life" on gain- of stock in the spring of last year ing a brilliant victory over James A- and- the shortness of the season ..ow- Patten and his followers. For months when orders were issued, that the pro- Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. C. Hutchins, 50 years old, second vice- president of the Fort Worth National Bank committed suicide yesterday by posed guard along the a march7 be doubled and that every" precaution j shooting himself. Brooding over the be taken to shield the queen and I suicide of Banker Hutchins, a mnn king. j he did not know, Erie C. "Campbell, Funeral services were held in St. j 3S years old, shot and killed himself Girl Shot and Instantly lied by Man Wbo Made His Escape j any definit-e statement. -As for Leth- bridge and .Medicine Hat, from what j outPut i I have heard of the people there they Pounds will be glad to come in if the matter can be put on a good basis, and I ing- to the late spring. The total these two giants have been' engager! ior 1906 in one of the fiercest struggles ever- Vincent's cathedral, diplomatic court officials, representatives New York. Feb.. gir! of the Tenderloin, known to her companions only as "Queenie" about- 27 years cf which is a am sure it, can. "Professional ball can be made a paying concern, that-' I am positive of, and the people who support the game will get- just as markets has taken place' as the sup- in this country i ply vvas nort for the demand for 1907 pounds witnessed in the pit. Patten took decreasc of almost fifty bull side and Armour played the part No important extension 01 of bear. The battle was waged with varying fortunes until the recent violent slump compelled Patten amT his followers to take to'their heele. established. arc the Colum. {leaving Armour in possession of tht- s bia arjd tM 'Orient, -besides local good ball for their money as they did last year, when we all went behind. towns und cities. The- price this ycnr ivas ?Vom Lisbon in this morning's country in Europe, leading res- idents of Lisbon, and a vast throng of humbler Portugese assembled at says that the flight is the a local hotel last night. Campbell age? and decidedlv tt w ts, a son of Rev. Dr. J. R. Camp- and beJ a notea Baptist divine and has riding on ft northbmmd ge practiced law in Dallas for many years. He formerly "One reason why we have, a better cents as ag-ainst 21.227 c-onts show this year to make money at it, f per P011nfl year. The increased or at least break even, is the fact! Price was no doubt due to the shrink that ball players will be plentiful j in this year, and we can get fim cias.-; of the jrovernmont croa- st from 550 to field. As to what extent Armour was short on the market could only bv surmised, bat brokers estimated hi? profits at and here the palace from whence the newspapers in Mississippi. According to the dcs- j Of the murdered king and son were taken in magnificent funeral cars to tcb die former premier left Lisbon an auto on Tuesdaj" night and is vi- in Galicia, Spain. Feb, 'Chronicle to- doy draws attention to the extraor- tihiitry feature of the Portugese as- which is that the plot TTM.S not only known to the police ov- er n week before it took place, but the cathedral. Beginning this after- noon, the'bodies will lie in state three days before burial. Today he called on Hunt McCalcb, an old newspaper friend and discus-i le car at Eighth street early young man who was sitting oppo- j mi htv d to ..-__ _i -ii- i_ i. i> rf them who .have been out of site the girl in the car fired the Toronto, Feb. was arrested here tonight for fraud- ulent use of'the mails. He flooded the country with circulars offering j seel the suicide of Banker Hutchins. He later went to a hotel and wrote a note asking that McCaleb be j ed of what he had done. He leaves I a widow and a six year old son in Murray} Dallas. the police and then made his So far the only clue the po- is that the murderer had a i a job this last winter. I believe there The publisher Qf the best Farmer's- paper in Maritime Provinces iyt per month of the output for j writing to tfs states: "I would say that T do not knovr 01' a medicine that has stoofl the tcyr- lime LINBIENT. It has an unfailing1 remedy in- "their own trans-jthe province. There will be in op- And these lhis .vwtr priv- creameries eicht ehac-se fac- tories. To the product from both a London, Feb. special des- f hurst, N. Two Mabel Cousins, of J., and Helen Sullivan of this city, and the tnotorman and con- to sell jewelry cheap'on small month- j Patch to Dailr News from Queens- scope and plan was publicly j ly installments, and'the allegation says that the British postofBce to hc''got'the'first deposit and nev-jhaa made a contract with the T Cunard steamship company, to carry mails between Liverpool and New York until 1923. Xfvrs; Agency on January 25. The mistake made by the latter was Jfcat Jan, 31 was named as sent any jewelry. searched and a His 'premises ]ot Of letters ivpoiitted day, that being the an- irs-ry of the Republican rising at wfcerc the assassination rcal- Jy took place on the following day. Tt j.s Again pointed out that Pre- Krajteo was at that time well the intentions of the Repub Jtnd the whole business is be-! w most sinister look were found but no goods. Toronto, Feb. benevolent, res- taurant keeper of King street, fed a thousand unemployed within ten j days, giving in orderly file, soup, tea and bread, the later being the hea- item. says it costs waiters SPTV one of whom said, "If the boss Rheumatism i I Strict censorship is .still maintained wining to givc the 'meai we are news emanating from Lisbon blooming well glad to fierVe it." Most fij-s.of the Diaro published after of tho digressed are English with a openly accuse garrisons as ifx-s the plot. officers accorn- wind a tried and tested for Rhen- mattan! Not a wmwly that .will straighten the Itmbs of cnronic cripples, nor cam bony to flesh That is inposslWo But I can now sorely kill the pains and IQ a Chemist in the City of found the Iwt ingredient -with which Df. Snoop's Rhcunwtic Remedy was made perfected, dependable prescription. Without last insTtidient, I rjcc.atsfully treated Ont.. Feb. G. linker, an Englishman, 35 years Man., Feb. old, suicided by hanging himself this Lculs won a very slow game j morning. He was found by his child- own ice from the Strath- ren in the kitchen left. Despondency A score of 10 to 5 tonight. Al Jw'tf- time the Maple Leafs had it to 1. Oa account of very soft ice is alleged to have caoeed it. He was oat from England about a year and to have worked for a corpor- was a very avion. leaves a. widow and inany cases of Rheumatlira but now, at last, Itunil formly cures all I cxirable eases of this heretofore frrtwtflAsI nv wasteit, BIooT seem todStolve and pass under the action of this remedy UA freely as when added to j.are -water. And then, when dissolved, poisonous pass from the system. tf.t cause of Bheunmtism is tone forever. Tberi- now no no ftfltual excuse 10 srjITer lontcr witfc. We sell, and in confidence ductor of the car 'have been detain- ed as witnesses. Queenie and the two other girls accompanied by two young men, one of whom wore the grey overcoat, boarded the car at Brooklyn bridge. -At'first the man sat across the isle from-the' girls, but soon the man in the black overcoat crossed over and sat between Queenie and the-Cousins girl, and at the "same time the man in the grey overcoat asked Queenie-. to come over and sit by-him. She refused and he reached ovei- and tried to pull her out of her seat. While they were struggling the Cou- sins girl stealthily reached for his watch fob. They were found in her possession at the police station. Calgary Club, and after that if the local men decide to start in.we will call a league meeting. There will be no trouble in getting representatives from each place, as I am confident they are enthusiastic enough to come here on receipt of a. notice by wire." Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy "ALL DEALERS" COALDALE Arthur Stewart was called to his old home in Dakota by the serious illness of his brother with prreurr.on- ia Tt was learned later that bis brother He leaves" a wife and several__childrcn. Mr. Stewart will remain there for the present to aid the Mr. Alfred Haley has been quite ill with la grippe. Arthur Knapp is in Coaldalc having been in Lethbridgo for a few TEMPORARY SCHOOL IN THE EAST The School Manago'ment Commit- tee of the Board of Education met ! night and decided to take im- mediate stops towards increasing1 accommodation of the public schools. To relieve the congestion that will be felt by the opening of the spring term, a temporary two-room school will he erected probably in the cast end of the city. The sites and build- me committee will report <-m nvnil- abli: sites at, a mot-ling to be held next Frida.v. As the Westminster School is al- ready crowded, Architect Rolfson Will these sources mu.vt bo added the vast our household over since 1 can nusmtity of butter which went into j member, and has outlived dozen's of the consumption or trade of the would-be competitors and imitators'" The Material for yout sheci barn or house untill have seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet. Carload each of "fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster 'and Cement in stock.. X the building, of a four-room -wing to that building. It is the intention of the board to get the wing erected by the end of the summer holidays if possible. Secretary Bowman told the Board that he had rec-o.ivfd several offers for the dcbtures but they were hard- ly good enough to Ro cx- pocted another offer in a few days that would probably be acceptable. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd, letthrilije, Taker, Stirling, Raymond, ;