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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WEBUYOATS ON THE EAST mi For- Use by the Farmers in the Canadikn West Ottawa, Feb., the House of yesterday Alphonse Ver- villfe introduced a bill apply the 8-hour day public" works. Alex Martiri; of Is- land, the question "of f fj'i C heed Martin pointed out that Edward Island had 'a large oat "l crop and asked if brought that the attention of the officials buying train. Buying oats in England, Las hel heard was contemplated, was car- rying coals to New Castle. Mr Oliver -replied that the puc- agent was in communication already with Edj" while nego'tiations were going on with the; Intercolonial re- garding" transportation.3 Dr Roche asked what were the du- ties oT R. E.' A. Oliver explained that-Mr. Le'ch in- spector of .Dominion, "land agents and ail applications'for would have to be passed the lands department to determine whether thejvirere. hpniefitea'derV or patent holders. Consequently it had bseii thought well that" Leech should -be the head of this branch of jihe work. JUT j A, r dangerous, precedent i( applied to f Thompson, of Yukon, gave no-' ticQ that nt'xt, Friday he would dte-' cuss the right of Canada 'to have a specijlf representative in, ther nego- tiatioiib of any imperial treaty af- Canada. l rWdingj wag given to "an act to -incorporate 'a Buthenian Ca- tholic Mission of the order of Bas- il Grfanh1 Canada by Dr. Mcln- tyre of Strathcona. 1 i The balance of the day was spent in supply, adjourning at 11.10 p.m. In the Senate Senator Candry call- ed attention to a report from Quebec that the C pier of the Quebec bridge wag liable- to'berdamageJ by ice owing to the fact that of rthe superstructure was still adher- ing to it. Hon. W. R. Scott said that he had noticed the repbrVand bring the to attention of his colleagues.. company did not take to' proteH the pier the government snould do something. The third retfd'Qg given to a bill for an act respecting the survey' of public THE GRAND IttUNK FAfflFIC GAREREY PUNS OF THE NEW SCHOOL PresiAol Hays Wi Practice in of Road "Montreal, Teb." contract for the- section of the G P. east from Prince Rupert, will not be awarded for some time.'-The fendc-fs !we're owing to the difficulty with ish Columbia.' government -no award was jnader -r r r St.' 'Paul_ Europe to _ important .issues and no- v i thing will be donew until-he" returns. will 'involveiCgom'e million rdollarsi Javj before Rir -Hin Sir. V -n j London Board'the plans he'has in view for economizing in the-'O. -of. the" filling off iu the re- American classification which is con- siderably less rigid. c t, J' E.J 'Armstrong up "the, case of the weeklies, especially religious weeklies, "and asked they were -charged a higher rate "Flare heading "The Hon. Member csn have all the religious-'weeklies" he laughed Hon. Mr. Lemioux. "We will rebate R. S. Lake urged-an exception in the "small Crural weeklies. R.' L. Borden approved 'i but f he thought the govcrniaent should have looked a' little" "farther ahead last May and so have avoided tlie necessity for thisrchange" by" giv- ing tlie then.jHe criticised the re-imbursemerit 'of- Can- adian publishers. It ''might -J The Capacity of Westminster School to be Doubled At a of.the School Board last night, sketch lor the new and of-the addition to tho Westminster School subntitttHl by Architect Tlolfson. r- Itoih plans were The" for- mer for cost and containing' tw'o' dc- JAPAK DOCS NOT WANT WAR v Bishop Thai rick'erf Sau Jraneiwo, T, Hcudrick, of of Ccbu, Philippine'IslaiKis, Mid that he is aure" there will between if tte The bishop beenjin tlie Philip- pines lor four years arming here yes- terday on He is on his to' Rome to 'tuk a report of affairs iu his diocese to the Pope. The w Yot ker came home by. way of As a reai- dent of v the Philippines was deep- ly Concerned in the nimors of war, and determined in Japan tp Icaru of, the' situation at iirst hand position gave access to .of authoritative information and what' he learned, he soid satis- fied 'him, that the was not of Japan's "nuking. -.0 per cent, of Jupnnose ex- .poru this said the bishop- "Japan, is l financially .crippled but determined to recup- erate and the Japanese realize that war with America would not only lx -t market, only market for-ina'uy of their .most profitable productions, but thufc "in the event of. war they would '2borrow money to it on.' "was found impructic-' mean thpjos.s of her ila to build a. k'ng wing to one end Westminister School, ,sot a plun wai> drawn_ to double the build wg on l lie casT side of if, V An eflort will be made -io a .suitable site in west part oi'-thc city for thcr school. 'Die part decided on llompas street, Road, Smith St. a ml' "St." p rojxjrty may fare on .J. II. Fleetsood and Dr. ing the members of_ the and TORONTO meY committee 111 the city will select the site In jibe meantime, the architect MAN KILLS HIS WIFE, THEN HE COMMITS SUICIDE ROBUN AFTER THE REV. DR. DUVAL School VISIT OF DR. TORY Board Maktt Arrangement For This.VJiJt STUDENTS GOT complete the plans and specifications. Fehley-and his wife to submit to" the Uourd at the regu-j-good terms for On the questtdn" of-reducing dropu letter 'J. rate in i from _ cents to oiie.HDavTli HeiiaoFsotf 'put in a plea for the drop 1- ttervrnte inf f rural officea, ofc1 one half cent.'- iooiwulk the Mlie G. present, state- T- and G: T- to ment regarding 'recent ._ clianges in the postal agreement the uTJnit- ed States. The.cnanges arc two: l._Postage on fsrreduced iroih four'to-one 2. The "Canadian government -ob- tains the right to use jUs own classi- fication iri.regard period- the Beginning- of ,the icals instead of having to Accepfr -Thls off to "''three main causes, the restriction of fi eight movement owing "to the" recent j stoims; the large decrease in" tho grain movement West ow- fng to the partial failure of in? "last harvest "and the reduction of the in- dustrial output through a nee Jby the financial "string- ency. j These, in Mr Hays' opinion are all-the causes that will effect the railway situation only temporarily but they necessitate departures the'plans of last year, p Several Giand Trunk Pacific irsit tcrs rcinler Hays' desirable' iu London, one of them the" forthcoming "issue of P., 4-per cent, A plun prepared by l w Inch show s that, School is almost exactly 'in the" can- trc prcssn t was prcsentwl. judged that to build the temporary school would sors-e part of Jtlxs city" is huilt up most and 'would th smaller distance for the Ont., Fefc' Feh- ley, 62 Euclid Ave. shot his ifc this commitftd suicide by turning the weapon on himself, is expected to recover., not on! timii owing to the ayqrk A week- ago the woman, ..who store" ordered Fen axs ay" from the place. Fehley made to back but "hist ed.-- This a tinal request and upon his .wife-'s refusal FehleyL shot tho turned, (he weapon on'himself. has four children- by. a' first' husbarulf B. Prowse, Clergyman Doubts Honesty of the Telephone Deal Winipcg, Febl atmpsphere of the Legislative" chamber last night was highly charged with electricity. The premier took up the statement of the Rev. Dr, Duval, of Knox church, Winnipeg that while" not claiming that the telephone deal'was a one he was entitled from" the seciet of 'the whole affair and the fact that experts all over the conti- nent agreed that the price paid was a million dollars too to have his doubts of the honesty of the men in charge of affairs. The. Hon. Mr Roblin's denuncia- tion of the reverend doctor, will rank among many, similar historic speechs in "his political career. tcA citizen of a democratic country such as he "has a right to express hia but a foreigner, a man who does not own allegiance, to the flag of this country, who "refuse's tox acknowledge King Edward as his sovereign, but sneers, as a matter of fact at the; British such a man' can r properly be characterized as meddlesome. I have heard scores of men say the whining snivelling tone and professional tears of this same Dr. _Duval reminded them forcibly of Dickens' celebrated character, 'Uriah Head. If I were us mean, as venomous, and as malicious in mjr desire to injure those with-whom-I do" not agree, po- litically, Duval, I .vould say Duval hypocrite and that Iiis professions were like those of the.'Pharisee of old wlio stood on the At Uw Sdiool Jioard meeting just a communication -was.reau from Dr. Tory, the presjdcnt of tho Albeita Ubivcrsity, saying that ,ho would make it convenient to visit Lethlji-idgc nc'xt Friday, iu rxi" ...j as to the of .students there1 will be for, the university classes next autumn, Tory .will visit the schools in the afternoon to address tho "students aid to consult Principal Hamilton on the subject. Arrangements made that ho may meet the of the higher grades. The appointed Trust- cej> .John.ston and Austin and Princi- pal Hamilton lo arrange a program for the evening meeting. Dr. Tory is give an; address there he some sort of to give the eitixens opportunity to give the citizens an opportunity to meet 'thr- man has probably tlie greatest wliieational work in the province as his share of the nation- building in vhe west. TOWN OF HAGRATH IS SENDING TWO DHKATES To hterriew Provincial cnmdil Abort Agricukmral College D. H. Elton, of Magrath and L. H. Jeliff, of Spring Coulee, went to Ed- moiitou this .morning to interview the government about the agricultural college situation. They are going as a delegation iiam the Magrath Board of Trade. Asked by the Herald as to what move Magrath would make to meet the grant of land offered by the C. P. R. t ohave the college at Gleichen, Mr. Elton said that that offer would make 'no difference to the goverh- inem and that 'a hull section- of land was a very poor offer for a _cojpora- J KEG OF NAILS UNEARTHED AND HOUSE FOUND FULL OF GOOD k _______________________________" David SawcKunk Arrested by the Police and .Taken to the Cells Along With 'a Wagon Load of Clothing, and Other Things A. keg was" .Jacob's a of beer such as a temperance ad- vocate would, have wuinod him ag- 'was it a keg of gunpow- der .Jake's farcer. .L nails has brought low, Ja- cob Sawchiick, trustcfl cm- in the waterworks department Jake is wcl! known as a gicatstiong for several and Fore- man 'Johnson, but tlmt of nails too heavy ior him. who yeais has worked Bunder Superintendent, _ .Take csunc to for equipment purposes" which ar; i r ______, t___; guaranteed by. the parent company. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES IN BRIEF FORM 'S. A. Crowell, a leading citixen of "Yarmouth, N. S; is dead. D. jfPurdy, of St. John, has been taken into the cabinc orXcwCBjnns- wick. llalcom Stuart, and John were.' killed by falling into a cnge m the mine at North Sydney ,-X. S. Rer. Dr. DuTal, of has been nominated Brandon Pres- bytery aa moderator of 'the- general Merle of Fleshcrior., Ont..' years' old was 'death by a load o! logs upon which he was tempting to climb. The. Maritime Express jvras wrecked near -Mecrarock, X. "B., yesterday. Part of the postal' and alet'p- irtf can went off the" track. A brok- en rail is said to been the cause.' No otic was hurt. Jf The committee of all tho athletic clubs of Oxford and Cambridge wni; _Tersitie? have that -under the present it ia impossible to accept, the challenge by the intercollefiate association of amateur athletes of foreign and track fkM between teams representing the universities and of the United SUtea those oT Great Britain to follow Olympic fioes London next A" renort says that" the Duke t of Devonshire is'dying-at Cairo, Egypt. Rev. Newton Hill, Methodist min- ister, died at Davisvilc, Ont. A despatch Jo-the London Times from Tangier' says that the Sultan Ab-dul ATU .is disappointed at Gcr- niHnya' attitude with regard to rocco and contemplates appealing to the powers and proposing-that the cr four years ago and by a strange it is about four years the people of the east end of city particularly and those of all tov a certain extent, been [.suiTcrniK the los-s of their fipm their cloihes lines and stxilT from their houses. The thief always .seemed to know when the line was filled or the doors unlocked, always showed good judgment in selecting the articles and always was success- ful m jrctl mg away unseen. Hick in the other parts of the earth'and some to heaven. Tland- BOY WAS KILLED Prince Albert, Sask., Feb. i McLeod." the eight year old son of i J. D. McLeod, proprietor of the 3 instantly went to the swcll silk dresses, m the corners, cl-' kerchiefs of all sorts, one hundred .uborntcly cushions, on shelves 'ear or with nnd the kc? did it. thc stafT of tllC railway comrysnies. absolutely refus- ed to of dent erection of a viaduct Toronto.1 They insisted on bridges as medium for relieving level 'cross- The Cunard atcamcr Lucania wont ashore _ on tho sMe of Cedmsv Channel leaving New York day for Qooenstown and Liverpool. She was tryinf to aroid a collision with the tank steamer, abo ootward bound. She was "bter rekased. look after Jacob's friends and 'tin Iron surc-h ousc, head of the establishment gpn.load of the truck The committees for year were I drafted as follows: A. Considcrnblo discussion took place on the necessity of making as large and varied an exhibit as possible of the products of Lcthbridge and dis- trict at the Dominion fair in Calga- man and Hr. Galbrnitb. u police! G. K. Xoursc. ch.xir- Ihe was almost an guarded goal tor the ..sen- gpn.load of the truck me police i. u. rv. Bourse, cnair- dcnl. rnnl Am'eU. the contractor! ior lacroaJc team. He left here ajstaiion'. Two or throe wagon loads' man. .J and K. AV. Mc- Iwho is building the Hams'Jiltlc ovor n to charge j were lakon this morning. JMulJon. warehouse. compUinctl" to .lite police >f the Roynl HoM at TaW. ;Hc sold For the, next day or two the Chit-f j Publicity ami Advcrtusing-W. A. ,werc made and Hatch, was named chainnan of a' committee coin posed of the executive and Mr. Fair- tivc to arrange for the exhibit. iously caught slcaling building .material from ihn EUison mill, which A cold settled on his kings ami irfrnn. nrvor having ironwl since P. H. iVmiel. residence. _l it was thought advi-able tor him to en- tlioy wore on the clothes line. tTis I'.arford. chair- which i It. I-........ chairman, Sherd's Jtcdpath yi. currcd. as stated, on Friday. StainfortU. J. Scull, nnd U. B.'- Agriculuuo mombrics will long associated Uoyt have cushions that V- AV. IT. Fairfteld. Tnsu rft noe -and 1: a There is no certainty of the Can- adian colleries of Lille aad Belevite or the C. A. G. Co. opening up. Rc- .Takc and his relations and friend1? have tuo-.rambling and Jack's name in in iMithiiiMinRh. of which Connection with the great work he did tin front of the nets for the team as in this position he stood vnihnwt a peer in the mill l.c shown later. Acting on his suspicions the Chief took out senrch--warrant to find stolon from their-homes nntl H port says that they may the tho Kef yesterday afternoon. v When first of Marth, Both companies have ho explained Iiis erraml to Jacob, made, rent and water free lo thoaejthat worthy was very indignant and who hare families until the Aake a "P- wrradi w his hand, the Jas. a that was- taken chairman, C K. Xoursc off his verandah. "Jacob''may per- nnd C. H.'' to act as clerk in returning j Entertainment unvl the to their owners. rhnirmnn, -T- l'-ck- comiiig to Medicine Hat he. wns Humphries? remanded him storm. ITcndorson. Ur. G.xlbraith. member of the famous Dnffcrin la crossc team, Orangcvillc, Ont. Mrs. Irving accompanied the re- mains east on Saturday moraine. ELEVENTH HOUR ENTRIES Southern Farmers Make Bet- ter Shewing fer Seed Fair The fanners of the south country are sort of eleventh hour performers. This morning A. E. Humphries, scc- of the Provincial Seed Fair. received entries from eleven farmers there ss reason to believe more will be coming on Mon- day. Four more wore received from the northv, making a total of about for a few days this morning' to Jiivc' and W; C. Ivcs, him time to consider the proposition' Mining lrrigation-E, U. Most of the jixhiWtow iV It looks as if he had intended ipjT. a second hand store. chnirman, T, M. Evans and Macbeth, II, entries, so that the north hvill be well represented at tte ;