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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SAILORS TO BE BRITISH SUB- JECTS A Bill in the House of Com- mons to Meet an American Law Lands for the South African Veterans Ottawa, Feb. Justice JlTitepatrlck., the, deputy to the gover- nor general, attended at the Senate .this and gave as- sent to the following measures: An act respecting the West On- tario Pacific Railway Co., and an act respecting the Manitoba and North- western. Railway Co., of Canada. An act respecting the British Col- umbia Southern Kailway Co. An act respecting the Campbellford Lake Ontario and Western Railway Co. An act respecting the Esquimalt Naiiairno Bailway Co. An act for granting money to en- able the government .to make ad-' vances which, will enable, the settlers I af Saskatchewan and Alberta to be supplied, with seed grain. In. the House of Comons today, Frank Oliver withdrew the bill to amend the immi- ration act. In explanation of Tuthdrawal he states that it was pro- posed later tc introduce another rpre containing a further remodelling af the imigration act. An. unusual incident- recurred "a. connection with the resolution Ottawa, Ont., Feb. Prank Oliver has given notice of the follow- ing resolution which he will move on Tuesday next: "That'll is ex- pedient to authorize the governor in council to grant two adjoining quar- ter sections of Dominion lands avail- able for 'homestead entry to every volunteer who at the time of his en- listment for military service in South Africa under her late Victoria, in 1899, 1900, 1901, or was resident or domiciled in Manito- ba or in the provisional districts of Assiniboia, Saskatchewan, Alberta or in the Yukon territory." ''Every grant shall be subject to the conditions that the grantee, or his duly qualified substitute shall select and enter for the said two quar- ter sections in the Dominion Lands office for the land district in which they are situated on or before Decem- ber 31, 1910. that he shall perfect his entry by actually commencing to re- side upon and cultivate the land; within six months after the said day, that he will thereafter reside upon and cultivate the land for a period and in accordance with the terms and conditions prescribed by the homestead conditions of the Domin- ion lands act. Any person entitled under the foregoing provisions to select and enter for either himself or his substitute so choose, receive scrip for 160 acres which shall be received from the bearer at its face value in payment of any Dominion lands open for sale; provided, that any person choosing to take scrip shall notify the minister of the inter- ior of his choice on or before Decem- ber 31, 1909. Every such grant of land or scrip shall be made by the minis- ter of the'interior of militia and de- fence, which shall be recorded at the department of the' interior. The en tries made, and the patents issuec under the foregoing provisions shall be exempt from all fees and charges in the case of an ordinary :iomestead entry." BUFFALO GETTING ALONG WELL cf tie Pablo Herd to 0t Brought To Canada Double Bonus For Emigrants Certain Classes Are Needed An Order in Council Has Been Made for an Extension of the Bonusing System to Certain of the European Countries (Winnipeg Free Press.) H. i Douglas, superintendent of the j Banff National park, who is in the city today eu routo to Ottawa on oilieial business, states that the herdj of over 400 buffalo purchased from M. Pablo, the Montana rancher, lust year and now quartered in K'k and Park at Lament, Altai., are ing splendidly in tht-ir new home. big bull which escaped while the' first shipment was being unloaded last J and which was discovered j several months later among seme cattlft in the Gulician settlement ibuth of Strathcoua, "defied all efforts to recapture he had to be a few days ago. Ho was one of the finest specimens in the entire herd and will be mounted and plac- ed in the government collection. Mr. Douglas says that as soon as the weather conditions will permit, the work of fencing the new national park at where the buffalo will be permanently located, will be- gin. It will require 60 miles of fence to enclose the great tract of land which comprises six townships. It will be completed by autumn in pre- paration for the reception of the bal- ance of thc numbering over three hundred head which are still SHOULD NOT BE ANY MIXED MARRIAGES Rev. Father tacombe Preached Four Times in Edmonton on Sunday Ottawa, Feb. order in coun- j get definite assurance of employment iiy A, K- Maclean of Luaecburg, N.S., T-J amend the rules of the House to require ttro days' notice of the dis- cussion, of; any issue on a motion to cii has been passed doubling the bon- us for immigrants coming to Canada who intend to follow farming, railway contracting work, or domestic sendee. in Canada before leaving hone and should have money enough to support themselves for a while in case of dis- appointments. Agents are warned that the demand for labor in Canada The bonus paid to agents in is not so great this year as last and Holland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Austria-Hnu- I if they are to.receive the bonus they must he careful as to the character and ability" of the people sent out. go. into supply. He supported thejgary and Finland, will henceforth be j further' annoimcement Js made a ;smiilif- English j the same as the bonus paid to the Dominion employments ag- ing agents in Great Britain; TOZ., one ents here will not secure positions rule and tlie.- declaration that under the present- practice, the members taken ,by- siicprise in the discus- sion of important issuer The Oppo- rj K- u i years 01 age. It has been found that sition. leader objected! to the resolu- _ _ 1 the smaller bonus lutherto given to tion as a violation 01 the rights of Jf __ J: i continental agents in the European members or the House in England .._j- -_ _ j countries named has not been sum- ana m. uanada ever since confedera-1 T- _ o-Ti__L TT T T. i went to accomplish uhe desired, eb- tion. (jitbert K. Melntyre. oi Pertl i T j -iV T ject of stimulating the efforts to send Jiad. formerly seconded Mr. Maclean s I r-i-ni j j i >to Canada immigrants of clases resolution and intended to support! ,-t f, u -JY T, and character specmeo. in the order it, but alter hearing Mr. Borden's I sterling for-each adult and ten! for immigrants outside cf farm work gs for each person under 18 or domestic service. TO RAISE TWO MILLION on the Flathea-d range in Montana. It is the present intention to ship these late in September when the danger of loss from excessive heat and injury to the calves has been largely eliminated. Mr. Pablo is already preparing for the round up by which he proposes to sweep the rango of every hoof 01 buffalo without any of the exciting uncertainty and danger of the reck- less chasing of the herds which'char- acterized previous attempts to cor- ral the animals. He is extending the wing of his corral seventeen miles out across the buffalo range to the Pen D'Oreiiie river and the herd will thus be comparatively easily cor- ralled from. the favorite feeding grounds. They will be rounded up early this spring before they have recovered full vitality after the win- ter foraging and will be kept in the corrals until tiroc for shipment ar- rives. By constant handling and feeding, Pablo hopes to tame them materially and get them used to the horses and men thus removing the Edmonton, Feb. attended the Church of Immaculate Conception Sunday had the priv- ilege of hearing Father Lacombe, the noted old pioneer missionary, preach at the various services. Although his eighty.first birthday will cbrated in a few weeks this marvel- lous old man preached four times yes terday and this morning chanted tho requiem mass for the late Superior General of the Oblate Order to which he belongs. He has left his hermit- age at Pincher Creek, in the foot- hills of the llockies, to spend o. few weeks here. Ilis years have robbed him of none of the forcefulness and magnetism BANKS CLOSE UP TIGHT Won't Allow Winnipeg Any Overdrafts Fob: was learned today that the banks have declined to advance money to city current ex- penditure for the present year. Tin amount.required is which includes the' overdraft of the Bank of Commerce. la view of this decision the city will place debentures on the market at an early date. ATTACK ANNOYS THEM British Booking Agents Criticism Object Montreal, Feb. special Lon- don cable says the British passernger agentg' asociation which comprises the best booking agents, have issued a strongly worded protest against tho attack of the Guild Hall magistrate. Sir Marcus Samuel, upon the Can- adian bonus system. The association says that the magistrate is obviously gnorant of the fact that a bonus of one pound per emigrant was only paid on emigrants approved -by the ;overnment and it urges that it was done to ensure that none but desirable and needy emigrants were sent to Janada. The British Board of Trade icenses are given only to agents who pass qualifying examinations and be- ong to the association. The asso- iation claims that the whole trouble in Canada has arisen through irres- MINER KILLED AT FRANK Danitl McNi.ll Was Smothtr.d Un- der Cot! Frank, Alta., Feb. Mc- Neiil, u miner was killed yesterday in the West End colleries. He was iu the set of loosening the Coal shute and smothered-'him.' He leaves u widow and one child. WANT TO GO TO OTTAWA Thrss Members of Legislature of Saskatchewan and zeal which in his apostolate am- {ponsible and ill-informed agents and semi-philanthropic societies. It has ong the wandering tribes of Indians here .half a century ago made them regard him as a charmed person. Last Sunday he addressed the Gal- icians at their church on Xamayo avenue, and afterwards received a most friendly reception by these peo- ple; at whose request he went'to Austria some years ago and from the emperor 'Francis Joseph secured sev- eral Galician priests and nuns for' Canada. In his- sermons yesterday, delivered both in French and in. his- own picturesque the speaker touched upon many topics. He re- called the fact that although the congregation before him was compos- ed of faces he diet not know he was no stranger to .Edmonton, In the days of Chief Factor Christie-, half a century'ago, Father Lacombe was put its case before the high commis- sioner- SITUATION IN PORTUGAL It Is Improving Daily But Danger London, Feb. Times this morning published a long despatch reviewing events in Portugal. It says that the situation is improving daily an'c! the government adher- es to its. policy oi conciliating public opinion but tlrat.it would be a mis- take to consider all danger over. One of widely read newspa- pers, continues the Times correspond- th'e declares that the Feb. S provincial member for Humbolt, announced bis intention of coming out for the Dominion nomination the northern constituency by same name. It now represented by A.. J. Adamson, but he- lives jm Winnipeg the people want a resident candidate. Should Dr.- Neely sret the nomination and tiiere is every iklihbod that he will there -will members of the- provincial house resign to run for the- Domin- ion. They are J. T. opposi- tion, who is now a Liberal candidate for Qu'Appelle, A. gov- who is a Liberal candidate- for Battleford and Dr. Neely, govern- ment whip. DISTRIBUTING THE SEED Is the Big Job Now Ahead of the Pro- paster of the little- log church built young king has pacified but not dis- msidc the palisaded fort, the public" and urges the greatest obstacle to fierce church at the time in the district, {widest application of the royal pre-. "My feet knew every-trail leading j rogative of mercy as the mainstay out from this hill, and many times i the throne. The correspondent says' I have passed with- my dog train idea of bestowing upon the next and excitable brutes. vmcc iaaipeg, Fob. It. Bother- well, of Hegina, Minister of Agricul- ture for Saskatchewan. Harcourt of Edmonton, deputy min- ister of agriculture for Alberta ar- rived in the city this morning from the East. For several weeks thev have been in Ottawa negotiating with the Dominion Government in regard to the purchase of seed wheat for tho west. "We are satisfied with the result of our said Kr. Kotlmr- well this morning, "fOr we gOfc an that we asked for1 and if it is not enough it is no fault of ours, amount of money which we in katchewan and Alberta get is while the total amount of the -tw-o provinces is but the securing of money is the least part and the" big question is that of CUT DOWN METER FEES Aim of the Presbyterian Church the United States er this very ground where this church f Cortes the character a constituent stands, as 1 went off to missions in assembly with a view to amending Feb. deputation the said Father' Lacombe, be declared he would oppose 1 i. i or to enlist the lull svmpathy and m- A i terest 01 the selected continental book- it. Sir Wilfrid Laurier opposed the C- I emigration to Canada. resolution. Under the present prac-j tice, matters of indifference were of- j" -.en brought before the House but was better than interfering with a rule of such long standing. i ing agents in the work of promoting The bonus will be parable only on the emigrant landing at Canadian As it was he asked Mr. Maclean to be satisfied. In calling the atten- tion of the members to the question and to withdraw his motion. Mr. Maclean accepted the premier's sug- gestion of withdrawal. Sehafiner, ports excepting those landing at Port- land, Maine, during the winter, circular under date of February j from the Canadian electrical and gas Philadelphia.. Pa., Feb. I associations yesterday asked Premier Laurier and Hon. W. Templeman for a reduction of-fees of meter in- Presbyteriau men's foreign mission- ary convention concluded it work here.j spsction.' Owing to the tremendous last night. Tlie records of the meetrj increase of ..meters it was argued ings show that 1.601 delegates were In j that the revenue is in excess of the attendance. The most important bus-1 expenditure and that there should be A. .T !a reduction. Premier Laurier said mess 01 the convention was the J the government intended making cer- tion of a resolution', at the afternoon, t :mnrnmmmta tain improvements in inspection ser- is also being issued to all booking session appealing to- the Presfcterian vice.' When these were carried out, agents accredited by the immigration f churches throughout the- country to j any surplus of funds would be ap- J 4U. 1. fUVl i i department, setting forth the of the department with regard to the immigrants desired this year. Farm- action the government farm lafaorers-- railway construe- raise for foreign Hussions to-a reduction of meter fees. next year. The arnouait is- almost that asked for' last year, and j the was adbpftdi after eota-i DEFERENCES WfTH CANADA protest. The- resolution also call'es- upon tliej Cardston On the War Path Inustice of Freight Tariffsi to take upon the report of the "corn-1 don Jnpn and domestic ser- mitiee appointed last sessison to in- i vants> says the the onl-v Yestigate the Question of A. InmW! whom agents should advise men pray atnoon each unof- ficial visit by the emperor to- the j Monster Irrigation System Salton Basm DFstrict fn Jan Francisco, Feb. con- ri J of Caiffornia Development the toads m the course-ot Kiel which originated and year, the Japanese admir-1 the mOQSter frrigation Japanese flagship which anchor- ed he felt could not be because al a series of jiu jitsu Bouts- j which he said. "Yon new-comers; come the_.crew for bis. river' and applied to over londbn, Feb-. subject of a general aTbltration treaty such as frag- just teen- bet-ween France .and the tmifeed States has been mentioned1 in trie eourse of the negotiations now going on regarding submissiiin to the- Hague of tlie questions under diseusion bet-ween. I in now and spread over the lands like! xne is saia, was-' 000 f d j a m J. so imoressed bv the utilitv streams dividing you, do. not know imPressea oy me uumy thod as a means for defense that he j tjte. shortly after conferred with the di-! district, must be restored from ands of. the Southern Pacific of gymhaisum- with j stockholders and shareheldprs TTT- 11 j! lOussdland'. Great Britain, it was- From That Town to Winnipeg the-Rate is I8c. learaed; Canada, the United States and Kew- id. Great Britain, it was- today is hopeful that such an to Innisfail it is 20c. Railway Commission to be Informed will be liroughi: CONTRARY TO RULES Hiebert's tus counsel regarding tlie disputed the and and Ontario. Mr. Hogg is a. -well known inenibrT of Liu- Con.si'r Rmfci.'ition of Ottawa of xvhioh fsc'. ruts a for sv-vrral years. orders of tlie House: .tor Uh- d'.'.'Ciin'n'nts in con- nection with i.imb.'r berths were sod witlioui disensston. The follMwed war- t-he same as on Monday, the rnein- bftrs giving the exact -word.-; of ihe premier, iiini adopting liis suggesled that, tho documents be th (Special to The rU-ruld.) mi tae of H. E-. 3 I-Vb regularl Barker. IX IT.. Kltoa and Vm..JjHi nu.Ui.ifi of'the Hiiard of Trade n.-lativo to transportation in the council cham- southern AJnaut. Liouor Bill; Had Withdrawn to Be what who came first owed to the charity and goodness of these half-1 breeds, who save-us so warm a vrel- ,lljivjr come. You do not know_ But reSult that orrlers have been' I California Develupraent Co This iti Canadian government, has en to mtroduce effect is' the substance of a. decision wa.ys tried to he just to these people ana niUT ils quickly .afrinsttuc-j down. Morrpw Jn realized the truth that these- people tors can be j the United States Circuit Court, of Ap- formed the link in Canadii; peals, yesterday and ends litigation civilization and barbarism; that theyi that has tied up the canal system i of tire soufiliern c-ountry since tlie Col- orado river went on a rampage in and threatened tn submerge all oi the great Salton .sink and defeat veiy for which it w.-is originally tappf-d. that they j ANOTHER RHODES SCHOLAR played a very important: part 'in his-j _ tory of this country, made its I Saskatchewan and Alberta W'Mi: settlement and developmant possible! O E- h without bloodshed or- del-ay. Sol _ _ _2 ask you lo remember th'is- w'ht-n voui hel'l hist niffht Muriin U'oolf in the; Mr. Wallace- S- chair.' ..plcU-nnan Eros. Tiien- o vt-i-y full buyers, nnd niiiclr interest manifested in the' Speakman. rMuti nice i. injr. 'Die minutes oi agent Feb. Pis- peasury Liajaor' Bill' was its souorii reading today because tl 1 'I.----i 11 have to do with the hidt breeds. a.nd _ f A-H-W, Dr. G. R. Parkin., treat them with some-portion of tho t trustees goodness shown bv them to tho first: said he settlers here. In the c-venincr ajjo.in. Father '.vVieat in desirous of bin iii -Winnipeg, ffsainj it was ,to. the rules of thc iiiul constitutional proceedurc. tt it in the ie.s of the province. Thc speak loiter from. Mr, 10 Inlying jn .'x'ality. Tie -was veryS from sa.mnles er ncld th-r bill ccxuld onlv lie intr.o- spoke the topic of his; i address maraasgros. He'j l admonished his. riot toj endanger their faith bv eon tract in" I "l ut.side the? chuixvh, for durj his years of .Missionary work he I Montreal, Feb. In: .an. inter-1 oae of the i oi the Rhodes, scholarships, i ras hopeful of jiersuading Ills trustees to grant anotlier I scholarship to Canada, so that Sass-1 katchewun and Alberta can have, one I each, instead of one between, them. EXPELLED FROM NOBILITY ACCEPT JAPS OFFER Los Angeles, Cul., Amen can n-upproachment was of tlit- ineetiug of the fleet committee in the council chamber today. The offer to help entertain Admiral and tii.s blue jyckels was accepted in "tbe spirit in wliich it was Tlie amendment reslon-oi to as soon ns they liad Mr. LancastfrV bill hums I'nder the heading of tions the secretary read comnmmca-: This letter lirought number of strong speeches from the interior department! relative to railway rules to i x i'en B. c. points. to amend the The President then gav ovi' sorcc: Piwsident.l McMiULLEN'S BILL KILLED Mr. A. and Mr. X. Bar-j ker as to the rank injustico of such! Put in New Clause But Senate Would brief re-! a freight tarilT and there will vet SCORES LEMIE.UX ACT Ontario Thinks; It Is Full Defects, of Uoinp: on this Canada shipping act by requiring mas- port of the Cducntion at somethin lers and mates of Canadian vessels of the- Associated .Hoards of Tra.de at j freight tanlT.s ere the spiria of be British citizens and was given I which he V.ud been honored with tho night's Hioetinpr is allayed. a second reading. Mr. Lancaster j ofr.ro of First Vice-rresidcnt. pointed out that the, United A After ihe last it moved O'ttAwa, Feb. McMul- len ?u coinaiittee on his bill to in- crease the penalty for spiling liquor States i glowing account of the hospitality of j K. N.. Barker, seconded Uy. A. railroad men, on duty said Oovernment would not issue a cer-; people towards inu iin'cate or lice.nse except to American ors was dwelt upon as well as the Citizens. The bill was warmly sup-j fact, that Cardston accorded a by the members of both sides j member on the ux-neral oxccutive in ibs House. Mr. Brodeur said he addition to thc Vice Presidency xnen-j that body last July by Messrs. Wool- Jcr-'to cho objections raised when lor be forwarder! to the Railroad j the- bill was last up, that he would Commission as amend it by making the man who sells the liquor pay a fine of not less than one hundred dollars or more donee on, the points brought before consent to a second reading of she bill though he feared it would clash -nit-h the British merchants' 'shipping act of 1894. He would not Itimself introduce a bill later to meet. question. R. L. Borden suggested that the British government be with regarding the ap- jtarent clash laws, Canada having 4hc rigrlit to control, all inland waters. The House adjourned at six o'- tioned. A vote of thanks wns hoavtily ten- dered the President and visiting del- egates for their good work as repre- sentatives. Tho election to the executive mem- ber resulted in favor vif D. H. Triton, Mr. E. Harris, also nominated, withdrawing in his favor. Through the efficient work of Mr. ford, Jelliff, and .M. IVooIf. unanimously. Carried JtI1Hn nve nxmarea aonars, or to im- I prisonment for not le.s than three or gave notice of a motion !not rnorc tnan twelve months. Sen- Mr. to imxugurate a standing comniittec to look after the matters needing at- tention from the Board so that busi- ness might handled more effective- ly and Thc names of J. A., Me Caul, L. H. and W. 0. Lee were presented 1-1 Jf. Barker, former secretary, a for membership, action to be taken good resolution was framed by a com the next regular meeting. ators, Power, Bowell, Doran, Doug- lass, Perley, Watson and Scott oppos- ed the bill because it was too drastic The motion of Senator Watson that the committee rise carried by 24 to 13 which practically kills the bill. T. Oclmark is a bcxr resi- dence on Barllctl, St. Ont., Feb. Division court given Judgment on appeal of James. McGuSre, convicted by po- lice makistrate of Cobalt and fined or six imprisonment for bavuxg unlawfully incited tlie em- ployees of Nspissing mining company to go on strike. The court finds the conviction defective and orders amend me'nt, term of imprisonment to reduced to three months. A lengthy argument was given by Mr. Justice Magee, which is practically a review of the Lemieux act, accord- ing to his lordship's presentment, the act appearing as full of defects as a sieve is full of holes. lion. W. A. Willoughby of -t.hc On- tario government is very ill. A Presbyterian Church was dedicated at Princ-o Albert, Sask. nasty, now a professor in. Moscow .university ami1 a piTTiiinent leader of the constitutional democrats yester- day was ex-pf-iTed: from the Moscow nobility b.y a vote of 260 against 92. The motion to- expel in the congress of nobles, which lined up the forces of the- reactionaries sand progressives fur. BAD BLOW TO OUR APPLES Montreal, Feb. special dis- patch from London says 'that Hon. Sydney Fisher's declaration the law preventing fraudulent marking of in a notable debate extend-1 apples will be more .strictly enforced'. ing through "tlie entire day in which Prija-se. Eugene, Troubetsky and Prince Paul Dolgourouki, marshal of nobil- ity in the imperial government parti- cipated. tends to somewhat modify the wide- spread dissatisfaction among importers at Liverpool and London. This is unquestionable us tin; organ, of British Trade says that practices of many Canadian exporters this sea- I son have shaken confidence in Can- PROTECTION OF CROSSINGS Ottawa, Feb. 33.-Tn the adifm barrel branding, railway connni-ttcft this morning the Lancaster Bill for protection of rail- lOVtji ui'iiNiiiciKK in NuLLiQtl portions of cities and towns and vil- lages was attended by the adoption of thc amendment by which crossings will not come under operation of this law if they are exempt by order of railway commission. BAD FOR CURLING Winnipeg, Feb. soft snow is falling here today and thc ice is in poor condition for curling. All games in thc bonspiel which were to have started at f} o'clock this morn- ing have been postponed till row morning. ;