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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TAKING A WAY RIGHTS FROM r Cmrten C. F. P. City Solicitor, has vord'froia W. 0. HMMM, M.F.V., that DM: am- ol the 'city ill not the municipal committee of the mcbnumwded city not z for over till will when ing uniformity of t all matters ing to public interest in cities and towns. j 1 r In a cur the solicitor exprewM, the opinion that tke pro-, posed municipal legislation would not1 -apply to which provide that municipal legislation of the pro; vincc shall not theui. JT -CKJ- 'Calgary written hini on the same mat-' and? that the citicc join-hands' and to the government 1 taking "any rights away irom crties. v BILL KILLED in Stnatt t' Accent (Htawa, Feb. Jen m committee on" 'his bill to to duty said that to meet the raised when tbe; w as last that Jid. .would amend it. by making, the. man who L0n OTvOAiOtiMCl Feb. Mug- get lias Blade ah ol'Uie supply of "rl tigng Uie route tomobik races, The Ajadi that there w of liquid fu4 to vtbf bir for, lirc V V f> i. f OCAO 1 Cwmdo 8. A.; a vMeno cf tte War art at his boioe in -thu aflcf a rctUid FOR AXAMCA tb, directioa ol" (he preaident, aciiiif secretary of war OUver todmy ordered a of iaiaatrr from Fort Gibbon in Alas- ka to Fairbanks, jn that, territory to preserve 'order during strike in that seetion. theV.muiiog BAOt FROM TO BOT Gat's Was Marrid HjMtf new In 'XewVTork, 8hd, Louis Keel'oi to ,-JJlanow; Austria.. Mrs Keel i'as from "-Austria aixL w at Sew York ,by Mr.- Keel to x _ i BRITISH SUB- -f MA? ..t W IflS f-- Aacricai Uw i. 'U 'Ottawa; duef' Fitzpatrick, the deputy to the gover- nor feoeraC 'attended it the Senate dumber afternoon juid sent to the following measures: act tario Pacific" Railwaj; Co., an act respii Xcwrth- Xcwrth- Railway 'Co.; of An act rc Mr. Keell v.lio kept hia eye, on ,b act respcct'ini: theBrttUh Cof- Railway Co. LaJw OuUrio. aiul WeiTtem Itailway Co. J 0 An act reapeetiuc and Railway Co. x fj An act lor- franuhf en- able the government to make ad- vances whish'WiH enable the settlers of Saskatchewan "andf Alberta to ;bs Mipplted seed grain. In ,the House of Comoro today, Hon. Trank Oliver withdrew c government bill to amend the inimi- i ration act In explanation of withdrawal he states that U was pro, later ,tcalled J for the purppsa of affixing ambassadorial for h? Ambassador ic 'the SHOULD NOT BE ANY MIXED MARRIAGES Ftv m LutSsda? Edmonton, Feb. attended the Church of'Immaculate Conception Sunday had Uw> nriv- ilege. of Father Lacomljc, ihc noted old pioneer missionary, "preach at the Although his eighty first birthday will be cel- in a few necks this marvel- long old man preached four terday and this morning chanted the requiem mass for the late Superior General of the Oblate Ortler to which he belongs He has left 'his 'hermit- age at I'incher Creek, in the foot- the Itockics, to spend 'a. few weeks here. His years have robbed him of none of the iorcefulneis nnd and zenl in his anostolatc am- ong the' wandering tribes of Tmiians here half a century ago made theiu regard him as a charmed Last Sunday he ml.lressoil the Gul- icians at their chtirch on Xamaj o avenue, anil aHerwards a most friendly reception by these peo- ple, at "whose it-quest he- went to Austria some years ago from the emperor Francis Joseph secured sev- eral Gahcian priests and nuns for Canada. In his sermons" yestcrdav, delivered both m FrencJuand in his own English, the touched upon many topics, lie re- called the fact although the congregation before him was compos- eel of faces ha 'did not know he "was ho sti anger Edmonton In the dajs of Chief Factor Christie half a century Father pastor of the little" log church Jmilt inside the palisaded fbrt, the only at the time in the district. "My fest knew trail IcaVling resolution' and intended to support but "after hearing Mr. he declared'he would oppose it. Sir Wirfrid Launer opposed Ihe resolution., Under the present prac- tice, matters of indifference were of- ten brought' before the" House but that- was Utter than interfering with of such long-standing. As" it was he asked'Mr. Maclean "to SEVEN YEARS FOR Bristol; Febf Hfin.uho! man of many'alliases who has on j charged trtth _cr fraud in "1C members to the question to withdraw his motion. Maclean accepted the" premier's sug- Dr. to seven years imprisonment bigamy count and to fixe fraud. -These sen fences to run con- currently. HfUL pleaded to Hem ia a dcmut with In 'American diploma. Souris, government upon the report of enquired GET RID OF EYES 1LIVERMXX. WHEAT Farmers WiH Liverpool, Feb: wheat 5d No. S red March 1 lutures 7s t 1-ed, 7s 1 1-4 d Corn spot} steady, mixed 'American "new prime mixed American, -old, Sa-4 new northern', 9s S Fwtwres 'Feb. nor- mal, March te 2 3-4d. Tofioato.'Ont.', unit- ing, of five- deno- 10 xmttee scssison-to vestigate the question of a lumber combiuc in the ,West The attorney Generals-of .the provinces were res- ponsible Jorjoot taking action, replied the premier and in one province had already done so. Mesara Marshall and Blam, Conservatives, pat a trio oi questions W. K.C., tlie man who was prominent in the timber limits debate. Two ctood but Mr. Aylesworth told Mr. Wain that Mr. Frnser had been, paid by the department on.Wj of all the the theTrades and Labor Council and of York Center, as an offset secured a reply. possibly other organizations in W. D. Hogg, F. C., and the centratcd action to mcure the finna of which he had been a of the troating svstcm, 'ab-. received during period ohtion of WINNIPEG MARKETS: was a we.x feeling in was choirmaster in -the Pref-byterwn church here. He leaves a widow and chiW in Hartford, Conn. Canadian has al- j wnjs ti iyd to be jnst'to these people, the truth people j the executive committee asul social reform well known member of the Consorj JIU JITSU FOR of Canada.f vative Ottnwa of which several of ____has-been a" Three" 1.011 for The Wimupcf, r Minneapolis elowrl 1.011 Self "Fell. method ol wrewtJing. jin be introdvctNl into. aTl the at the .command the "crm- orders House the orifinal documents in nection with timber berths wcYf 5 sed wHhcat Germany The procecdnnj which followed the same as oa Jfnndajr, the menv bers firing the exact, words ol the premier, and hU amendment _that documents be uiwrf- J to department had by CUT Torovito, Ont., FVJh, fifVy j-Tfars hss Throat v fVoa" "ear to ear lotitty 'rjwt y for it a Uwl jmt, Japanu. of y- la by tt ol tr that be the di- rewK paot six rite bees r. th'f tera and v r's bill to inf act by rrt) o'f Canadian vessels UOTflK IN ALASU Exciting Times at Si All Cu th e Jmk in" Canada between Lafrvmboise and Brown Charged THECONSUUR AGENCY RE- C B. Btmu Recmd k- strocikms U. i C, 15. Bowman hai received instruc- tions from the United States govern- ment to re-open the consular agency at thia point The action hag been taken in view of the petition by the Associated Boards of Trade and the representations nxade to them by tire Consul at Calgary., ,'1. A POLICY OF MERCY King of Portugal Pardons Inw -prisoned Sailers Lisbon, Feb. The council of Stite has decided ao pardon all the sailors imprisoned for the fleet 'mu- tiny ,011 April 10th last King Man- uel, who presided inserted the fol- lowing at the beginning of the de- cree: "It is my dearest wish to gin my reign by availing myself of the prerogative of pardon which the" constitution gives me At the close of the proceedings the king bade fare- well to his comrades of. the naval academy where he was pursuing his studies when he was called to the throne under such tragic circumstan- ces. One of the first measures the new nmmtery submit to the Cor- tes will be the bill 'for' the reorgan- ization of the police. The cabinet council has resolved not rescind the dictatorial decrees promulgated during the, last days of King Carlos' reign, except those con- sidered offensive to the public dig-, nity. This unexpected action of the cabinet has the utmost as- tonish inent. r Rimiari Proftwrwr Who Sign- J ed the Moscow, Feb 13 the Tiborg manifesto, no, a scion of the nasty, now a professor in Moscow university and a prominent leader of tlltr constitutional democrats yester- day expelled from the "Moscow nobility by a vote of 360 The'motionlo the congress of noblea vhich lined up the forces of tlic reactionaries sand progressives resulted in a notable debate extend- ing through the entire day in which Pnnce Fugeue Troubetsky and Prince Paul Dolgouronki, marshal of nobil- ity in the imperial parti- cip.ited. that they l a very Imporlont part in his- tory of tbis countrj', ami made its settlement and development' possible without bloodshed or delay. So I ask you to rcmcin' cr {his w hen on la do wilh the hrcods.'kml to the charge Ixforc treat them wuh %omo poition of Hat and Horse Stealing The two horse thieves, ;Laframboise and Brown, who were arrested for stealing a hunch of horses, have both Seattle, Feb. despatch -to the Post-Intelligence r from his yer'rs of Alaska, says, "U. 3, Marshall Ferry shown hy thotu to horc." in the evening again. Father Ln- comhc sijokc main topic of his nty address Qng ITc admon.shod hrs not to thoir faith hy csnlrnetr-s the church, for- ilur at SCORES LEMIEUX ACT Ontario Judge Thinks It Is Full af Defects Toronto, Ont, Feb court has given judgment on appeal of James McGuire convicted by po- lice, makistrate of Cobalt and fined 1500 or six months' imprisonment for having unlawfully incited, the em- plnyeei of mining company to go on strike. The court finds the conviction defective and orders term of imprisonment to be reduced to three months. V lengthy argument was given by Mr. Justice Magee, which is practically a review of the Lemieur act, accord- ing to his lordship's presentment, the r.ct Appearing fuii oi defects ilwlicmc Hat triil1 Tlv> ccntoncc them nt the ciul of the [as a sieve is full of llloun wa" in this _ nm' Lifntmlioisc m tRnsk- Thu lllllor has rocord "P0 lhc jonrs in ti.c hns sworn in 250 special "deputies Jfor protection" of proporty agninst riotons who Are congrogated on mola have attempting to cap- recent arrHnU to deporting them force J has "ihr and guarantees to in camp. All saloon-, arc cfcwed." hlld 'wcn of sucfc mamagcs eml in religious indifference, and ehil. mho grew? up without proper re- Jigious CUT DOWN METER FEES CES WSTH CANADA Arbitration Treaty With United States CONTRARY TO RULES Hubert's Liquor Bill Had Withdrawn Edmonton, Feb. pcr.sary liquor Bill was It its second reading today because I ft was contrary to the rules of the London, Feb. subject of .1 house and constitutional proceedure, pennral arbitmtton treaty such hs i thnt it ontniSixl n change in the has JU'.L n 'Wtwcen' r.-jvenues of the province. Tho speak 13 -vA depntAtion 5 F Canadian and becri United in tho Stales yesterday and Hon. W. for a reduction of fees of meter in- spection. Owing to the tremendous negotiations now pomp on j the to qxiostions under discusion TT_ be British and wan'fivon reading. I tfcftt the United St.itoR'shipning act nf ISM, "1 would not issue a cer-j himself introduce a bill oHlcense except to AimricAnj tho quostion. R. T-. j expenditure that thorc should of the between 1 it- imro- jj. resolution by special com- or committee ..'of the whole The situation 'WAS drumfttic Ileibcrt was with ir- e Unilra Srsies and of fonndland Groat Britain, it i nviora it f5o moot that, the revenue is m excess of loday ll4 hopefu] that sllch rtn bo brought about CM be tke by the Members oi both the Howe: Mr. Brodew'said he sup-j that the British government beja reduction. Premier said lo a teeotut ot communicated iith retarding the sp J the government intended making eor- parcnt clash of Canada having the right to control all inland waters. The i'i crock. at six o'- tain improvements; in raspcction ser-( vice, When these were curried out, any