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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I LETMSIIIOOt, FEBRUARY 14, ItM Rosenroll After Ike Tkty Should Been Prosecuted Long Sensational Remark Made During Discussion of Rights of Women f Etimonton, Feb. In ture, iir. Jtoccnroll, of uuulo tlw> Ktartlinff m kfternoon that "the the great- est 'coittbinc iii'Hhe country. If oth- er bodies did as they did they would be prosecuted long The 'statement 'M us -nude in_ con- nection with a resolution Mr. Puf- fer, Lacoinlx', to extend the fight of ttttiTte The VUK'; opened by Mr. nicbert, nho dwelt upon tlio of i and bemjr in with respect to' holdiae and K of opposed d a change-in the system" iir. Boyie followed fm-ith an'interesting "outline ot -the history'of the right of dower. adoption of title system for in, this priu cipketi.of courtesy andTof-Interest of .the husband in the "estate mere abolished, the rights of dow- rewtablished it would, ako be incumbent to the right 'ot courtesy uhich would disorganize Tthe the only value attach- ed to tlwx right' ot dower "after OuT death oi the Imbband, -The" band iuvuriubly (or the wife but Ithe'' v. u'e frkrs the w ill remarry and so "geucrous i4 the disposal of property. She may give it 'to kier husband; m' but sees that relatives are provided foi in case his remarriage. 'Ho did not approve of the present law HO. II QOET AT FAUAMS the lollowiaf from tne departaient of meantime your duty protect law abidiug cUiieua without -tenderness to law breftkm. Department you "all energy 'to preierve orders and" -arrest leaders f m any attempt at intimidahon. Those Buwiaus raust- be arrested, such force" aceotnplUh purpose. (Signed) 'Bo ne- parte.' Everything woa quietv terday. The deputies were organ into band? of ten under captains. Sa- loons arc, still cloged but- be al- today if order continues. Men arriving yeaterday report no molestation on the trail. The chamber of commerce anil the Arctic Brotherhood oltlcUlly 'ex- approval of the proidc-nt in j. ML regarding uould favor .ordyrhlf iQ T a law a specific from the of property, .the balance to go LOJ those entitled Re offered tyi anV the cbnplusiotts to share i n them. his hkh" .seconded premier ielt LETMIDGEIS A MEMBER .Bystcni of Jands-titles should and suggested tho resolution and the aiireaduicnt bo withdrawn. JThcy were withdrawn! accordingly. i A KTHOWST GATHERING Enjoyable AHiir Enabled To Got Acquainted i Supcrintendant. uiuUJjpvvorlh President, in wotds "United nil to share fn the piivilcgcs'and duties of rthesc organ nriU i oiis.' 'Gal- as nismbei of the longest standing, one. wlptonmed the The social the Qaartoily hoped 'they stay dBcial Board" and Indies Aid of Become ol-J-timers ..iUo Dr. 0 Church-to the and friends' J- o'j ot cou- sion- of the provinces Fffi A GAS WHi r-the', J ockey Club_ STd Pacific Coots 'BRIGADE BUT on tn Among of thai new or- ajre the tlulw of Win- Cran- OUT 'OF BUSINESS lialf past, Jive to forceIjf the "church reinforced by the strangers were Harrison had'given a Prenucr lof tKe Parliament, spoke of his oc- -poJtment of Youn? Glen's Club. and bespoke a ..welcome for all at the open meeting Thursday when the debate on women's suffrage takes They 'state in far letter- con- than when.they iKLO-tlio. m Cor- Iro'nsHtas A. [Fares Imyinff most'.of.tbe catcte in .this %ft, covered u deal; ot _ the the hre alarmjuras rung, the blazo be-. placed against the engine house n- Sa-ska Prince Al- v i j irp set fire to the b-ikling-. It bert and Several others t on IT AT went They the south rountrj and Little Bom.dis trict "ami are pajiojr. 3J cents with- out shrinkage coiisiJerably place. W. Jordan, Sunday School ahead of List year.- w ill be taken in' at an early date. The fixing of dates by the central hotly will late clashes between ri- nd will makecer-f at xnich city' of inoie eoD3equcnces to the city than to J; Peat Sons, the lire fighting aparatus put out 01 commission Thex wagon fi to the a VCIT short plenty of high class as- suring sport never been seen, in- Western Canftrt.i, The dele- gales utj.he-mi-ctmg aie enthu- over the club _ They pre- TV." a'brilliant future lor it-and wn v mew uide Injustice of From That Town: to Winnipeg the Rate is to Inriitfail it is 20c Railway'Commissjon ,totbe Informed, TAXING INSURANCE AGENTS; A By-low Imoofinir to Bo ranee. of the province purpose the right of the muni- (Special to The Herald.) Cl.iroshohn, fixi the boring opeiations on Knob Hill have bejn uusuccessful tha drill now to a sandstone for- mation about JTo foet tioun. On Saturday, indications of a supply of natural gasevere struck and a flame to seen about feCt high at Lands for the Smith' Important Resolution introduced in House of v j- w by Hon. Frank of the Interior Ottawa, Gnt., Feb. Piank Oliver oiotice of thi> follow- ing-resolution nhfth he will move oil Tuenday next: "Tl'.at it ib ex- pedient to authome the governor in grant two adjoming quar- ter sections of Dominion lands avail able for homestead entiy evexy volunteer at the time of" his en-' ligtment for military service in South Africa under her late majesty, Victoria, in 1890, 1900, 1001, or 1902, was'resident or domiciled in Manito- bo or in the provisions! districts of Saskatchewan, Aloerta or in the Yulon icrritoiy." "Every grant shall be subject to the conditions that the grantee, or his duly qualified substitute sfiall select and enter for the said two quar- ter sections in the Dominion office for the land'district in which they are situated on or before Decem- ber 31, 1910, that he shall perfect lug entry by actually commencing-to rer side ujxm and cultivate the land vilhin six montha day, that, he will. Utereafter upon land a 'period ilid in accordance the tad conditiong prescribed; the homestead conditiofis rof the Domin- ion lands act. Any entitled undei the foregoing to select and enter .for cither himself oir Jiis substitute so chooaei scrip f 01, 100 acres shall be received .from the bearer.' at? itfc flee value in payment of Dominion lands open for provided, that any person choosing to ..take scrip shall notify the minister. the inter- ior of hia choice on or beforfe Decem- ber 31, 1909. Every such grant of land or scrip shall be made miriis- tcr-.of the interior of railitiii and de- fence, which sliall be recorded the depaitment of the interior. The en- tries made, and the' patents issued under the foregoing- provisions shall be exempt from all fees rand charges exacted in the case of an ordinary homestead entry." -T p CARDS7ON BILL GOES THROUGH Ottawa, Feb third reading has been given In the Senate to bills respecting Macleod, Carditon and Montana Railway Co; Kamloops Yellow-head Pass Railway Co; Edmon- ton, Dunvegan and B. C. Railway; Boundaiy, Kamloops and Cariboo Railway and' Calgary and Ferine Railway The C. P. R. new line from Toronto Lo Sudbary which has been under con- struction for some time, :t an- nounced will be completed by June The company will tlien be able 'to opening' the drill enters the QVCF itfc own. ground. ,the fiainc was about high the gas) is to Ijc shut on" and the viater bor- ing to" wucontirnHKluunless the LESSON FROM RIOTS gets too strong. It is to bci Canada of noted is-in Protection ami this Met -and ,thcj Clur; ,Testerday, (J '-JR. 4U C 'v _ __ J TO RAISE TWO ffllJON l i Aim of PrMhytarian Church in tht United States I Philadelphia, Pa., Feb-' The Presbyterian men's foreign- mission-" ary conve'ntion, concluded here last night .The records of -the meet- ings show that delegates Were attendance. The "most important bus- iness of the convention was the adop- tion afternoon sesidon appealing to the CPtaibyteTian churches' throughout" the country to 4or -foreffn1 missions next year. Thef amount] "iss almoet clou asked 'for last and the "resolution was adopted Batter 'npon the' for the fact also thtiL the g.i.s prCi'Turc seems come from the mountains east- ward across the prairie gives many the hope that (Jlaresholm mnv be lucky enough to find itself with u workable Mil pb 01 natural gas Parkin said that the .time will come when Canadians will their share cost of the of Bnlain.s necd time but before gettmg, half- way a ti e'caine off a in brake, occasionfng of ten minutes or the (ire engine, was badly When just the store on Red path St t the jf rent pcd in bringing7the jt-full ..stop Kxajnination sliowecl that there had j ly vhalf through which for! nnaccountablft.-'feason went tlic ret.t (of the moment In tlie meantime the fire particular SEED FROM PEACE RIVER Enttred for -the ProvmcwihSseiGrain f -Fair Htrt-; The "Farm Cropi" trophy -for the champion spring w heat, of at the- Provincial seed fair to" be held here ,next. week may travel far to reach, its resting plarc this yeRr. rotary A. K. Humphries, >haa receiv- i from F. A Brick, P P for CSpecial N W Fcb7 i_ meeting of the Boaid of-Trade-' heM last "night in the council'chain Manin Voolf in Mhct be the fjcthbrklge'.something doing on thw maUcr of port of the Associated Hoards of Trade at! freight 'tariOls eiv the of wbkrh he had been honorexJ with the' night's meeting is Allayed, olEce of First A glowing account of the hospitality of lost people towards the viaK- WM dwelt wdl as the fact .lfcat nccortled a on the renerml cxecvtiw m to" the" Vice tiowe-. V. A Tote-of thanks was tern- tfce PratMlent and visiting del- egates for their good work as repre- sentatives. The ck-ctfoc to the executive mcm. hw recited te D. H. Elton, Mr. D. E. nominated, withdrawing hhi favor.- x the of Mr, K. K. secretary, a After the was moved by that body last M. Woolf. llnrker, that a C_ Mr. Lattrte of to inawfwmte a staadfng to look after the from Board ao ness he handled effcclivw II, ftedlljrt Despatches Right off the Wire _ _ Wellington.' Conservatives 1 For the p.T-t twenty-four hours j Dr. Daniel, Conservative member f. P., for I western been in i ho! for St. John, jrivci of a Ottawa, Feb order in couii- cil has been doubling the bon- us for immfgrinU coming to Canada who intend to follow farming, railway contracting work, or domestic bervice. Thejbonus paid to agents in Belgium, Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, 1 Germany, Switrerlancl, Austria-Hnu- 1 gary and Finland, will henceforth be j tho the bonus paid to book- I ing agents, in Great Britain, one I rvonnd storlme for adult and ten get definite assurance of employment in Canada before leaving home and should money enough to support themselves for a while in case of dis- appointments. Agenta are warned that the demand for labor 'in Canada is not so great this year as last and if they are to receive the bonus they must be careful as to the character and ability oi the people aent out. A further announcement is made that thp Dominion employments ag- ents will not secure positions for immigrants outside of farm work rmnmatr thc North, yeurs old, who livetl fooml at her Or- mugcville, Ont., froren stiff. Mr, Martin, Liberal member grip of a lain the so tlnt'rii -lKSt hns lion to amend B. X. A. act so as lo any strums are overflowing. Tr.iins in all directions as thr rain has been accom- nnnied by a thick Jog at tines. i m-ff i. V T A A St. Montreal, gives notice of j tXPlOSWN AT THE HAT provide that tho nnmbv: uf rcpr tatives of any provinc-e shall not at any time be reduced beloir thai which was assigned to it at confcderalio'n. Mrs. Clara Hoffman, president; of tho Women V Christian for e.icli person under 18' or domestic year? of nge." Tt has been found that the smaller Ixwxis hitherto piven to :ritr.'. in thii t. iropean G. W. GREEN BEREAVED TUe Bftnai of J. A. XcCral, Jeiliff and W, 0. Lee ware for action to was framed bj- a COM the aext refnlar n bill to amend the railway set it illegal (for railway buck two weeks' pay from ,c being waned Against the sale of alcoholic such as hofbran, jnvalki stout, and malt extract by 'druggists and who no II. it m m i Hour" blew xip last night when thf- plncv densely crowded.[ Fira. out panic .ensued, Conts and hats xvcrc lost'.in the wild. Temporancc Union, diod at Kansas torost of jCiLy aTtor a lonp illness, aged mov- ypars. the "IdK' ing namod has not suffi- cfent n Accomplish the desired cb jprt of stiraulaUng the efforts to send to Canada of the clasesl and character 'specified in tho order j thp .......__________ or to full sympathy and in-1 hls ffttncrj arui for the south Father Farmer Mayer Sixteenth Child Raymond, Feb. W. Gretn of the death of Hoffnun WAI correspond ry nf the nutiotiAl W.C.T U. and xvas as a selected book- this .morning. agonLs in the work of promoting r mifrrntioii to v The bonus be rwvabV only on worker. the emigrant landing .it Canadian porV p nt Port- land, Maine, during winter. Since, March 1, 1907, the Dominion, circular under- date ot FcbmaVy j government has sold to ionic T also being .i A 1, to all baking rush for tho rioor ami scveml the hulHiml persons acres of j agents accredited by the immigration uamplcd upon but alljlands7 In addition. acres vn department, acting hrth'the policy executive of the Methodist j injury the excep! Rocky mountain Park has been leas jof the department wiih regard to the c parties at an annual rent- j immigrants desired this year. Farm- to! generally for each 640 I farm laborers, raiKvay .construc- t In addition acres of school land; tion men and female domestic-rser- meeting at Toronto de- coded to_ in opera- titin dtmiig the of paying Im burned and t m the twenty 'work fn {he tni. then gutted t> hospi-h4lvc leaded to different persons coal mining purposes, royalty to j flumes and the new piano I be paid at ten ctnU pet ton. vante, tKe are thronly persons'" whom shotiM advise to move to others should On Feb. 12th, Uin sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Nilsson. A son neighing 10 pounds was born to Mr. and Mrs. Holman, of Stirling, on Feb. 12th. This is their Ifch child. A Jjrand character ball is announc- ed Jor Friday evening lit the hall. A visitor to our town' last evening was greatly impressed by the strains of a fine military band. OnK investi- gating he discovered the skating rink in full swing; with the.- Raymond mil- itary band in attendance. We are .expecting shortly a mil from the noted "MiiwUri Maidv" ;