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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta News for the Week Live Wireleta Arranged for Easy Reading Pa.r Feb. A dozen are burned, two of them fa- 'tally, in a terrific explosion of molten Ottawa Feb. M.-The Canadian ifee Monongahela blast fur- nace The National Tube Cen- Aer SL, JKcKeesport, near here early government has Sent instructions to the agent of the department af jus- Feb. 17.-By an unexplain- ed break of an 80 Ib. rail of the Raijway at J0 15 gat_ urday !he regular train Ottawa No. tice in British Columbia to promptly 27 from Montreal to Ottawa was take legal action, either by habeas derailed five miles east of the capi- steel plated furnace corpus proceedings or "otherwise, to tal. Engineer Alfred Piirkes, of Ot- feet at the tap provincial authorities tawa east, and fireman William Rob- mnd 50 tons of Jiquid metal from an-v Attempt to enforce against artson Martin, of 238 Frank St., Ot- Japanese' immigrants the penalties tawa, were killed, -dropped to the floor accompanied by They were both as it spread and by the Natal Act just pass- scalded to death. Kural Dean Ty- orerthe heads and bodies of the Under the Act the ler, of and Mrs. Taylor were workmen nearby; A slip in the fur- province takes-the power to. imprison badly shaken up and are m the hos- Ottawa, or fin-a immigrants from Japan or pital. China refuse to pass an educa- Conductor A. J. -Leaniy, sustained bottom, forcing the heavy steel, tional test presented in the act. severe cuts about the head. s! apart. The men ran. but the' the act is ultra vires the Baggageman Moore, I .splaslied into-the air when it court-s ctin at ouce grant the release had his hands badly cut. tke cold floor and the detona- of any Immigrant whom the province man F- M. Griffith, got broke all the1 windows in attempts, to penalize and recourse for hand lacerated and leg bruised while] _. lor radius' caused a hundred tons of iron -ore, coke jind limestone to drop to Snapshots at the Legislature Edmonton, Feb. great to-> over "railways and pic of interest iu the Legislature would rapidly force the government j of the time to extend control other public utilities. week was the resolution oi the lead or of the Opposition to the effect that the province should acquire the rail- ways of province running north water and electric power in all Can- ada tu u company ukhough it set ax- ed that the municipalities were, safe- guarded in the bill. The city solici- i tor was asked to give hi.s opinion on public opinion'the Mtttter. ijoAiti) OF Hoard 'of Trade hem-tary wrote for an adequate grunt for over with the'merits of the re-( solution the minister of public works pointed out that the roads proposed [carrying on oi-Jils wont, city of Dominion The ueces- j-howing at Calgary was ;and south, and that the same should operation of Commission. The resolution it re-! uggesteu that the city which would loaU the province with estate licenses to an uiilial cU-bt of If solved by the legislature of the pro-' of Alberta, in session assembled, iv AVOUia i now-, fond s built into -the north ar-.-oniuig to tl terms of the resolu- the government1 Board, The Publicity Committee was a.sked to report with regard to this ttuitter. THAT CllilvESE RIOT government of the Province of 'least' L- 3C: Jbhiislone, solicitor 61 the Alberta should acquire the railways more, thus pledging the. credit raided by the in ihe province of 'Alberta .running the province to -ilus extent of niob Cnristnias eve, reminded the that'in. the opinion of. this House {Q of railwny Construction., north and south, to eoum-ct with the northern'waterways of the said, pro- timber areas and minerul beds of the said province, orj Continuing the -minister pointed f of two for "Illegal arrest can be had -j. N. Mclntosh, Ottawa had a in inion ol- this Tenement in the the soon the tnjuteo'slightly ana A. D. McLnde govenmsnt council that nothing had, yet been done by the council regarding the cla.injs for asked'by his clients., They were prepared "to intense excitement in the Hill, Mo., Feb. i cash, after dynamiting and official copy of the act reaches Otta- was severely shaken up. wa. it will be promptly disallowed. Engineer Parkes stuck to hi? post Meanwhile assurances have been sent heroically, and as the engine shot inv cable to ths Japanese government through the air, shut off-steam and -wrecking the 000 that action .of the British Colum put on the thus saving the the j-armers' and Mechanics i bia Legislature will not be allowed twenty-two: passengers most iniracu- to-ih any way interfere with 'the, iously. Then he left hid cub and this House, that when the raihvay corporations. The of Alberta should construct, a rail- way from the mo.-'t northerly :portion of the province'for the-, purpose men- tioned. "And it is fui thor the opinion-''.of cept- a partial compensation for out that three transcontinental Jlinis were already established in. the pro- vjiiee which would necessarily be fore ed to construct laterals to secure trade for the trunk lines. Further, the xmdertukimv sidtu-ution should be shown the Chm- ac- the damages done. The solicitor states that the city is riot at all liable? Aid. Macbeth thought that government in the resolution would be commenced and continued m the face oi stronsr competition from the Banks in. this citj' five bandits heav- armed, .terrorized the town here today and after exchanging ts with several armed eitizecs es- to liie rough country south of :i- OGe was "injured by either shots or the explosions. The dy- of the -vault oi the; bank' the town and the pogjala- ijortied to the bank building. Many ana-red in time to see the rob- ride away. Some of the citizens "which was returned by the Cashier J. W. Jamieson said the iMeves had secured all the cash in the bank. The was -completely wrecked and neighboring structures shat- the explosioion. The sher- i.T of lihe county organized a posse, of Japanese subjects, in Caa- 'crawled out fatally injured. He died ment have so constructed the railway j svslem wa_s merely a pro- ada-as-'-guaranteed by irfeaty, at the Ottawa hospital .at six this j or become the owner or -operator of: wilh orgamc conhec- morning. 'Martin, the. fireman, was such a railway, the same should u-ith, the 'trunk systems -to. the placed: under the absolute control of seaooarfi aiui vs the robbers had secured a good s -foere is little prospect of thelt, ovextaken. Lisbon, Feb. lias oeen iearn- found lying in the snow with life es- ftd that a. bomb was found under the.. tinct. He was 2-4 years- of age and landing stage where King Carlos land-; married but four, months.-. The rail ed on the day of the assassination. that caused the accident is in Super- It had failed to explode because of intendent, Donnaisoa's office. The a defect in -the fuse. A number of break is clean and no sign of any} terms of the resolution, the leader of ese. The Mayor and. the other Ald- ermen there was -a moral obligation to protect them and if they, were not protected they should to the city solicitor. The secre-, an indepenJ utt commission." The resbiutior up for sion on-Monday and Tuesday-of this _. showed the city councila state- would be to a great _ ment of the damages to the buildings the mercy oi the big com- _, _ i which nearly a; vised the proprietors of the Eussell place four .hundred yards distant as; House will be made good. 1 of assets amounting to about a mil-j give a better outlet .to eastern -mar- The government not going to Oliver be cajoled or into an" un- yv_ Brooks the state of New York. Application, for appointment of receiver will pro- bably be the outcome of his judge- ment. The company claims ev- in a gro- Burns Meat Market............... by the government a market would) tescme and' illogical speech.. He was John .Brodie e opened by estenaing. the system in favor ol- bundiiig a H. Fowler Co. to the. TJ-..S. railways. road from Coutcs to Edmonton The real purport of the resolution; thence to the Hudson's Bav. if the York state.; insurance public a, propaganda should of their assets that was spreading over'Alberta and; evej-v settlement Bentley, Co. 4-35 something over Wm. Oliver ..........29.61, j E Shoultz, Vice President-of tbe Kell .Toleplione IS.50.Alberta Oil, and 40.00; company, and wife ...have returne-'l 5-20 ..from' tiieir eastern trip. While away- 45.601 Mr. Shoultz succeeded -in selling 6.11 [railway bonds guaranteed by" tb-1- 1--0 j town and the railway is an assure'I. 8.60 J thing- now. The fact that the.bonds- 2t.6t> j.sold at par speaks well for Mr. Shoul- 15.40jtz arid this section, of the'eountry irt. IT .50 I general.. The C. P. R. intend t-> 75.25, send one of their. engineers as soon. 5.SO... as possible to survey a route int-> and'to-decided A. 'K. I. The Vvm. Oliver sustained could still cope with I the situation by assessing the policy to ilroads to. Lcth. Iroh 'Works make farming-" Can. Fairbanks Co. the civilized world. The private, ne did not-care whether such X. W, Jobbing: Com. Co. ership of railways iu. holders with what was needed to (States has demoralized i make up the impairment. The company has on deposit with the receiver general securities of par and economic conditions in that coun try.' value'.oi The amount in force in Canada is Tublie ownership -would stifle nion- road is to tap the C. ;P, R. An'order- will so6n be placed for ties arid-'-otbtr the "United undertakings L. 11; -Co.- 5.00 '.material'and -work will be started verj commercial i fifty millions. The government could Wm. Oliver 11.39 i soon. .The company will continue- pay for the roads by the sale' of Expenses re'gas expert 106.50 the road south, to the international town sites. He pointed out that H. E. X'iebach 5.25 boundary and thus tap and open up- ot I opoly. e but fought every inch of -way :the path being marked -R-ith -of blood. It is said that San Francisco. Feb. a meet- TVSSLS finally hanged. Four members the mob were woundeJ so badly- may die. death before he M' C' A- Headquarters, the Eev. X. G. Poon, chief editor of the Chinese World, said to his audi- i ence that China was raising an army of to drive the European na- will never be a menace to said the editor, "because among oth- er things we have recently learned is that the United States is the only nation .with a conscience." ne continued, just awakening from her slumbers and she is getting ready to go to arms." When she does she trill send Germany, France, Russia, England and other .It has also in the hands of Canadian trustees. In closing a loose and rambling de- risen in twenty.. ..five years- izorn" fence the leader a share He. thought that of the Opposition outdid the most the immense "sums', could .be made ly radical socialist in declaring that it selling tlie. stock to the people. Eev. Dr. Doival, ot Wmiupeg has the Conservative policy to, amendment to the resolution bv been, nominated by the Brandon Pres-' roads would appreciate in value like. TCfestern Transfer Co............. 33.15 the C. P.. the stock of which ha'l Secy.-Trefis., incidental .ex- JUSTICE BURERIDGE DEAD Ottawa, Ont., Feb. Eur- -ssr. xaomas, unt., jj'eb. 3Sa Michigan. Central rail- Toad was probably fatally Jbetween the engine and ten- Feb. 3. Hahsn trainpled to death by a vicious al her home near here today. husband was in Carberry at the of accident. Mrs. Mahan oct after her children had gone school to feed the horsea. A -bytery as moderator of: the general assembly. V __ .Merle'Sled, Qnt., six years old was crushed to." death by a load of logs upon which he was at- tempting to -climb.--1 own and operate all industries utilities in the state. .BALL AT HAYMOW D Character Ball on Friday Ntffht a Great. Success Raymond, Feb. an- nual character ball took place last robing and thieving nations home i evening in the Assembly hall. There in a hurry. If Russia ever tries again was a gne gathering of gaily attired rrh-feor sailed to' pay .a Tisitand not jto grab any chinese territory, she i foiks> many jn moat original costum- im'ff His. Mahun I wil1 fil1 ber ful1 of holes Ju3Vaa Ja- The iadies' pri7.e was awarded to pan did., China is destined to JMiss E. Stone, as "The Eclipse." The at home she tn stable and there found Mrs. lying1 unconscious and badly beside one of the horses. e only lived a short time. Ont., Feb. unit- cf five leading evangelical deno- the Farmer's lie Trades and Labor Council and: and Mr. Moore of .lied: Deer and seconded i of the SuPerior has been in ill health for some time, rdied this morning. He was born in Cornwallis, N. S., in 1847. this assembly is strongly in The answer of the government was' favor extension of railway ia- by Hon. Mr. .Cushing-. He eiliiics to part of the province by iEr. Rosenroll of AVetaskiwin follows was .adopted: D. J. Purdy, of St. John, has been wanted to know "why the leader of! the ipcrtant districts, the Opposition need to advertise his which possess rich and varied possi. sincerity with regard to the resolu- j bilities that await development; but., tion before the House. A few days having regard to the welfare and com -ago the leader :of the Opposition j forts of the great body of people now speaking before the set-tied in Ibis province, it is the op- Club of the city of Edmonton had inion of this house that the revenues declared himself in iavor of Federal; and resources of this government- control of railways. Now ha was in i should primarily be used to advance favor of provincial control, a interests of the 1, is1 expected; home soon from his trip to an'd" other eastern points. 'SOLICITOR IS ASKED TO REPORT TO COUNCIL of the bill which will come again be- 1SS: rJltis fore thc House of Commons this week H.M.Yenny nerve that really w> all at fault t 1 AT Cardiac, or Heart Nerveij against "sweat shops" Rave a Messrs. controlling nen'es. Tbts explains why, as a medicine. Dr. RestonitJvc has in tho past done so mnch Ailing Hearts. Dr. Shoop first sowjrht iitr. tHju iC Dr. -this ic illustration in which the poor Boy Mr. Fratzon Mr. Mr. H. Pettick Card and Bur- ton (Two Little Girls in Blue) Mes- workers in the-east end- of London sra. Powelson, Whitbeck and .Ding- are compelled to live. In a small ham (Three room he said that ought 'to be oc- cupied by no more than two persons. B. C. Harvey was in Raymond yes-' terday., J. Harding and Chas. Ed- It offers real. heart help. it wonra navo strone Hearts, strong cll- Cwr.K nacded, -with DEALF.R3" there were twelve niachiries working'wards came in from Taber; Mark J. into the evening. The Cannon from Stirling; Bert Day and then removed and J- Listcm.frorr: Welling. Dr. Galbraith, from Lftthbridge, is strnw mattresses laid on the floor the ;nen being admitted to sleep. At 2.30 in thc morning these men were turn- ed into the street and the room re- let to another set of sleepers who in attendance on Mrs. H. Stone. One of the twin, sons of Jtfrs. J. Neillsson died this morning. Mr. Burbridge is in town in the in- wore also driven out at 6.30 a.m., on terests of the Bell Telephone, Com- the return of the machine workers, Proposal to Electric. Co. re the Gas'Wdl Not Released Nothing about the.gits well explod- j ed at last' night's council meeting after all. The only explosion that of Alderman Ives who after ar-j ,1T riving late found out that thc report! of