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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOt I. ALiiUTA, 21, IMI NO.- fi SRKESHAVE ALL BEEN Lnitn Ad Bts Beet wmnirt AH if Bou-r is drawing "to -a cloite. c-J prevailed during i> i> many excituif nave MANY MINERS j r f r V r V LOSE IMS tktuwa, Feb. AccqijJing to a of of, pubUhhing Hansard I5.4U. 'for! a statment by ''Hon. H. mvcsiifationA became law 29 for conciliation boards from- HMipfctaail other public-utilitkx received "and from ofte ia- .a; public utihtyr have Vuir by ,strikes xat erted. -or- speedily settled. to a question by Senator IxMigheed'1 regarding governments in- disallow, British-Colum- XaUJ Act, Senator Scott said government would, a wait the actioji 'of the in matter: 'The northern "boundary of Alberta and Saskatchewan is the 6oth paral- lel of latitude. Senator Landry de- sires ithat thev aortbern boundary of Mun'toba. Ontario and be extended to the same-line. final end of t J> T f. won morning, by DougLafts rink of the The. of the Dingwall Cup were played and T. J. beat Hides, of f -4 f f Kapiuka aixi wHl Spjurlinf of f-' M fl Portage in the Both finals of the 'trophy will go either" to Brandon, f f Thistles, or McAfckill of Gladstone. r A number of garnet; were played m the Royal Caledonian which was thereby advanced considerably, ,Jn the Tetley Tropliy are. being played.' Clue and Play fair Ifatchebon and McCpnaghy are the jewelry winners of this competition ml Fal rf lee Xewcantlc-on-Tyjic, Eng., Feb 21 Pourteon millers tlteu' by NO VOTES FOR THEWftlil AUTO IN THE DRIFTS iWawak-a, Ind., Feb'. The Amer- ieah New York ;race- left onir six miles west having remained v at Wawaka -through the night The automobile f in the dri Us t night" after" a toil- "ss "of Kr-if- NockPariaaettDebtes the an explohion in the Glebe pit in the ullage of Washington last night. There were. fifteen men m the mine at the tima of the accident and only one muit with his life. SKort- ly' before the explosion "occurred 500 miners ascended the "M ilkoabai re, ten. miners- were Itomjc ftfo the L Companj' today- a, large body uf ice in the shnft (ell, strikingr the' hood the cajje and demolishing it. Two of the ten men were ktlied outright, died on the way to" tnc hospital, and three oth it die of their injuries. Women no i i hold "otttce t. 10 votd or decision of twelve from A ABOUND THE CITY Ftiir the Mock PartTuinerct last, night aTler oue. of the test debates "of the ses- sion. The gcnciulli were andj delivcretl -with -of the EXPECT TO GET COLLEGE Macrath Oeltgatcs Hopeful After Vit- it to Edmonton fjust thu House a deputation of ladies from the Women's Chnsluii__Temperance Union was introduced Hon. Mr. Cope to hisT col- leagues who were holding i The speal ers.-'fitr matter Jot "ami th? L H. Jfeliff, of-Spring Goalee, am D H. Elton, of-Magrath, returnee night from Edmonton where thej wire the go_yemmeu with refcrencti to the locating'of th Agricultural College atTMagrath Th' that-the governmen met 'them, very vthc; with "strong liopes o having been successful in jheir rand, the.-government promising "ever; consideration of their claims and, .know-lodging strength fof the gunienk} forth ftUtCIOC arifordV f lif-r regret conviction of Harru, kiled, Iwi.self by t. Ttwj girl formerly 's STOESSELWAS .-a-The air is full of 8ooie 'of revolution- ary afiUtioti aiuong the ripubheanii of FraneoiHiu; yet otberi of'ajpalaee and barrack plot to dietator- C. P. M. ftftAKEMAN KILLED B. Feb; 21 -Neil Mc- douald, a C. F.-TR. brakcirun wufe tilled "aliWwk Robfeoti thin murnuig at 10.30' by falling between Uie cai-, and the station pbitforin m endeavor- ing to board aoiue car.-, while switch- ing. He Scotia and a native oi Nova FOR A TO Pbiis (Special v'to uffhc Hetuld Feh 21 M Me Kciizie, a uiomlxjr of -the provincial -Lejjruilatun} of -Alberta-, is in Spokaite to arrange with the ofjrcommc'rcp in run an- In land ICinpiru excursion Lo the various and that proving during tiling s next, which the conv propose vi-. sating andJpoMvts in the .ritoryrrjLribuUirv- to-it, in which, the TO DIE Tbt Solnce Had Beet Cured St Petersburg, Fcb The pass- ng of the death .sentence yesterday by n court martial upon Lieut. Gen- eral who wab tried on chaiges of cowardice und treason in surren- dering Port Arthur to the Japanese, with little satisfaction in the Russian capital where it felt tkuit the it ml of Oenerul Kock and Smirns hag done ctically nothing toward c-btablish- ig the real responsibility for the (all of the fortress. The de- cukd-the extent guilt of Stoes and the but it .neglected to judge the system of which they were the product. They decline to ad uiit testimony regarding preparations of the fortress at the beginning of the. warrtHe role of the navy in the defence of a marine stronghold, and other, underlying factors in the hu- hiliation of Russia. today express sympa- thy with Stoefesel and declare, that the death sentence undoubtedly will They demand also tfiat General Vice- roy Alexoffand other officers more intimately rebixmsible for the. loss of the war, be placed on trial PAWtON WON THE PftlZC fj tSc Judging at Tht Fair Some men can tell good grain when h'n- see it, can Braise it; but W. If. Pawbon.'of Coaldale, evidently; i do both. On Wednesday he t6ok ;t prize with his Banner oatb and yeiterday he was at the head of the '4 iiujrmv hv u vprv comfortable margin. Eleven candi- dates entered into the contest, which consisted of judging of wheat for mil- ling purposes and of oats for seed rpohes. Five samples of each were given to classify in order. Consider- able interest was shown in the test as the filled with spec- tators The prize winners were L W. H Paw-son, Coaldale. 2. G. T. Wrido, Raymond. 3. E. Tovell, Clareshotm, 4 J. Horner, Macleod. 0. A. Jonea, Lethbndgc. The 'others in order were G. E. Hcmelryk, H. Macintosh, W. C. Pol- and, Hy. Holmes, J. C Thompson and J. U Allrwl. Piof. Atkmon was the judge in wheat and W. C. McKilliean in oats ARCHBISHOP ISSUES ;A; IITTER if (Mb ft tatai Ik Be DR. H. N. TORY THE SPEAKER LIDS ON THE CLUBS "in Pittsburg Must ''Close Midnight at At the First Caniai UKMM in This Winnipeg, Feb. circular let- ter from his grace Arclnbishop Lange- r vin on the subject of mixed manages will be read in the Roman Catholic ches of the archdiocese next Sun- j day. The circular will declare in sub- stance that in future the marriage'of jtwo Catholics by a Protestant niinis- tei in this archdiocese will not be" re- cognized as valid. No will be made for the pic-sent with regard to the regula- tions governing the marriage of a Catholic' to a Protestant. This letter follows the latest in- structions to the church authorities of Canada from the Vatican So far as thih question is coilcerned the po- sition throughout Western Canada is somewhat different from what it ia in the eastern part of the Dominion. Wherever the dioceses of council of Ti cut i have been promulgated 'he marriage of two Catholics by any per- son other than priest is not valid im- jder church law. Owing, however, to the peculiar conditions vhich pre- ,-Feb 21 exception 'the police have orderd al1 Fifty of the citizens of Lethbndge in this section of the country assembled at the first luncheon given for generations the church authori- by the Canadian club at noon todav (fus did not think it wise to be too to hear tin' address of Dr. Tory, pres- strict lest laws might be weakened by idenl of the Umvmit} of Alberta, being- disregarded Consequently Rev. J. S. Gravers, vice such marriages have always been ac- occupicd the chair and introduced 'he cepted und-tactily recognized. In of the occasion "to the as- the other-hand, no such recognition has ever been accorded. Hamilton, Ont.J, Feb 21 an- Bishop Dowimg will Trade tievwitors connect- with-, the fair, a" around the city- show 'them the Rights. C. M. Hatch Prof At- kmson lert the" Way. W. H. Falrfieltl had G." H-vifuttonT W -jC-_Mcldllican iMiwl A Jtl. in .his (tarty W.. O Hut iwTrty included n iI- injjlhe interview which lasted nearly two hours TV' >wr. -i> men. As rMrs. ''Humphries rciid '5 the yards of j' impressetl signatures, which eminent her address" which as _clcverly eloquehtly telling ar- II R. lienrson, J IT. L'awson, the -Herald the -the "uent Gait mines which wcro H ret elation to the stran- iT thai women did not ask for thelrarf thie shaft mHho'cowic of, their excursion mill 'inspected "from C.' to top, after which the V f V 'a down to the river to see the their du- ty to "vote and the) needed the bal- Winnipeg, 21 quor store" on stroyed by fire this morning' five thousand dollars- and hve' stock exclusive, 1 midm l-Iiouse grain. -in rreatcr Pitiburg closed at future. When club ccI axKrexat- are "used as gutrsts Anil allowed to enter and leave when 000. Mclienzie.vuho was a 7 guest. of counsel for th thtf "men thorn doun If women as the eq- uals- of nn-n it time the British lot to do theirework for the world ,A. >vrork Ijeiitg done on 'the Abridge. Air. 1 Hatch. so 'timed the trip that there time the brewery be- -ifore dinner time the airricnltui tio The tour was surprise the gen- not expected to" sec io mn.nj large" going imtafltrial. in a 'place of tits size. "r 3ACK WESTERN HOftStL Arabian in jwi.Enduranct SI lie pbns irr-prefMtration arc ,-nrritd lo there t is' in for the r Cvi.ada, and in- of the whole continent, an ewlurance between "we sod howefjkshjthat will attract 'the attention of equine race..J The competitors will horse ,'hoirde Shamrock: ,by" Fred T She the stutenienti that not understand' politics 'aiicKuerettoo to enter into pol- hfc anil they would have to neglect honic-s to exercise the franchise. J l The fruits of sudrage was the ect an able representation by Airs. A. II PiiHrs. She spoke vof the sjcuriiig of the fianthisc in uholc or in parts ..jdiffercmt countries' us defeat in> England on the treucherv f the nulniliers to" support the" bill in Parliament The ronlls in other places were giv- en to prove tlmt thc disagreeable re- sults feared never materialized- Premier W" thc the pleasure of J.he governnvent in receiving the deputa- their casu so well consideration law did 1 htT .sane arguments that keep nbaien out of political hAi 'ihouhl keep them out Of all pub- Reforms in -tho ti'aflic, advance much T were in polr Tho of the governnicnt would Ite the The IIonV1 ,a and the ga-ijfiijs quar- in" the lo hem Hon. that the Bill 1 J IHS given rights K thcnt Pacific at anil luncheoniof hoard of trustees of Llicr chamber- of f wjll, peruwtied, after'-thatjfkmr. The order is the. result of many com-, and wives comuH-rcc uhere he outlined his POPE SEES LIONS Rome, Pope, taking nddlngjlutt ujwjn'hjs Can-] advantage of the beautiful spring like ado. be. -will day wont to the "Vatican. gardf-n-Vyes- president Ca- i terday ami paid a visit to the radian Pacific JlutU.iv toouMMy; to 1 which King Menelik recently sent arrange- for adequate tranapoctation.} nim: facilities; now if iticsV The' speech of Hon David King was many bursts i nnd cloquencti that wrought; the house up pitch "of excitc- IIKIU lie good of women in asking foi_votes and pic- tho disinal rosuJts ginn the pnvilcre. Ucs.wcre of womcn'h desire to be men.. Governments of men had leg- foi iiinl uotnen had'not {jufTercKl in an.v1 JJon J. Gib boil presented strongest--argu- ments of iho in his support-of the HANDS AND -i-MLY Dr. Tory expressed his pleasure m meeting the of] Letbbridge at their hrht Canadian Club luncheon, is denied by Deaooir Mahoney has- no ppwerto- is sue and it waa a source isue a decree after Lent forbidding of pleasure and-Iwivi for'him to (meet j mixed marriages, unless performed he-went so man j J men who by priests of Roman Catholic church, still young men. speaker thea, proceeded toT a most-interest ing and eloquent tad- dzess on the work of a university He was the closest attention and at its conclusion every one agreed with the chairman when he. said that j _. ._ Otawa, reb. the House of Alberta was provincial auton-' e c Commons Mr. Gauavreau was told by omv, one of the sources of satisfac- _ A. _ i the nnmstpr of finance that the nn- tion. was that thev could have a pro-, A. !ance-department is taking steps to vmcial univcrsitv, but that now thev ,_ look after the interests o[ ttie pohev- had another in knowing that Dr. _ i c -j holders m Canada of the Mutual Re- Tory was its first president. MUTUAL RESERVE POLICIES Mettakr Rim THE DIAMOND MINE Tinder A ml, of Calgary; man- director of the Diamond Coal returned to Calgary this mom- hip-afti.r__ the mine at Dia- He intonntd the Herald i that the' mine ia running bat j that tomorrow their building and de- operations will be Dr.- Tory in answering the question as to what a university is. after dis- cussing various definitions stated that institution for the jpclucation of men and ondowcd hr the state with nf conferriiuj serve Life Insurance company of New-YorX which is now in the hands of liquidators. Action had also been taken up by Toronto courts to pro- tect the Canadian policy-holders Mr. the represents the luglTest Ipanting In j. Fielding could not give the exact number of policy holders in Canada nation. hut according to the latest returns ,4- i r i thcv number 2.044, representing an While nations are jealous of each it insurance to the value of 919, N3. other and guard their secrets, the uni- Of these- 303 are under the assessment international fellow- plan. The company deposited secur- velopment operations will be j buildings are ueomg made, of; mt'n and in research and [soli! brick-which i0 manufactund by tloa thc of wllich a I themselves All the brick made ship. They aro in educating mvestigH- are given to -ities with the government to the val- of and the trustees pi'woihen in thc home. Xo taxation without representation is a fximln mental principle of government Last night the R. X W.-dTP. from Milk River brought to ibft'fcity i a Polanxler whom hnd found n but a iHiimlrvman has a right that wo- man in business has not- Women tire ihc equate in am! are no high as man all lines but tks, and for being fanaClis the nwn of them- on thc prairie, sivtocn miles frotn'the Obern mine, nt Milk seems that he had loft hi- shack on Ms homestead to go to thc mines on Sunday aftt-rnoon and was caught in th? snowstorm which Keavy on the ridge. He wandered arormd c f f _" wrthowt food until yeaUTdiiir gave up and lay down. DUNBAR A GREAT CURLER Winnipeg, Feb. Dunbar m, to the' value of 250. The true university man year having been u.ed up, they not seek to Ivnefit himself alone stop building until the spring his research. A provincial univer- x sitly must not be provmci il but feel _J_____________ allied to good men evorywhonv St. Paul, Minn, again proved him- In popular opinion. arc to b- tne greatest curler in the [considered great in three First West by winning grand aggregate at the number of htudcnts, which ts lhe Bojispiol here building on Round St.. south of thc f ridiculous; second because of wealth. A NEW BUILDING .iy afternoon the Salvation Army birracks which has as a cab office, was re- to the back of the lot. Tn its place a single storey brick building, 35 x 50 foet will ba'erccifd by J. C which is no claim to greatness; third, of the course of study, ft in AUTO PLANT BURNED Dayton, Ohio, Feb. plant to have.a course of .study of the Dajton Motor Car Co.j with its that belongs to any one university, contents was destroyed by fire early Tho only fair judgment of a univerai- today. The loss is estimated at McDonald, of Calgary, for the pur- ty., is by the results of its work. Ox- covered by insurance. Ten of opening up a shooting gal- ford and Cambridge are great because newly finished automobiles "valued at lory, or.ce building will b- put up at for __ the _ I the of worio than the women of Ixm-JHe wjis found yesterday women on thc j dor.. Canada must r.nt the police. His I S" i f t r t iTnrt CONDEMNS ROLLER TOWELS they have educated the rulers of the each were consumed. empire in every sphere. Ifs Alberta university turns out good men of property of ihe New York Arabiasi Slock ilt. Cromwell VMterrfay returned cily from a visit to New York, whrrv been early in Bulletin reporter he r story of how the race was be for rouUI not was; at trn- t and" the of thc thathe westerwT stock fane wms the in work! while f Sf7 wore otlhm championed the Arabian hnrae-for endarenco. Th the attained every Oth- er walk of life, fcntl women like Victoria had demonstrated thai could be lloti. .1. well. Eakin, in ft humorous the to Washington, D.C., and time for tbr latier pact The come WM set down from San bill, arguing that the plave of was in thc home arxl took a crack at the conduct of the English T. York) in a logical veil delivered speech maintained that women p'royti' thrir equality xritfc nvert o of April or 'left ta Jtoy, v TheThet M T: Cromirell re- fonixl FTc the class dis- tinctions nmony women the tcn- cy to think that to lie equal with men, HOHHTI must enter men's sphere They were- higher thmi men in their own work" which they would hinder by entering political The leader of thc 1H-, Conrtico, ifrtvc Kis chiefly on account of the liquor trafik: reform. Hoiwen could do jnorn1' with thc bal- lot thev vorc not identified V with the parties and went to chwrch frozen and may have to be amputated. The fixejd him up beet they could and brought him in to the hospital hore last, night. HP is unable to Kngli4i and has been practically ever since he was found. WILL HELP CARMTTOH- to The Feb. has b received here that St Irriga- tion ditch timt i" bring birirt ju iouth of the bound iry line will be( proceeded with in the apfiwr- It of Cups and and strong mental and fibre, it thc private university was instituted can become great. because the ecciesUsliewl university j In oldpn days the did not have means to provide, the ecclesiastical. The present_denomin- lalwratories for research. Following ational univerxities have not the old these came thc state university .to spirit. The other class of the provide a strong central institution I type. lioth Jisve passed for all classes. Canada is behind in Dr. Koifer inodical away nnd the "human" university state universities, Toronto and Man- whote object is to meet the needs of itoba being the only ones, Alberta exists In all ages university rand Saskatchewan each establishing studv has been more.or. le.s.i .one of these also. Different PuniIs Carry DiscMt officer of addressing the Windsor and Scientific -So- ciety recently, strongly condenn.L'd the use of roller towels for the pih of the pub'ic schools. The ttvvr- el-r were a menace to the and the hpejiker in-.tanci4d astrono- my, trigonometry and geom 'try. Prac- Alborta an opportunity to hold a unique position in the Canadian nml hnjj brought Uu, we can forget a the children since they carried div into thl, courscs of stwly< [n'religions'bigotrv-' or bitterness Speaking of the drinking nvoney much of which will corner to Cnrdaton and surrounding district moro to the saloon. Thc mier fery cftrofnlly gave thc women to understand that it would be wel Lo grwnt the franchise without "cowi i r i k milling himself "or hiv party to such an action. The being taken. the bill defeated by two the voting refrardletm of par WcCARTMY ACCtPTt Again lha ci.p1' u-ed in some schools, h "T also want to say that the drink- vig cup used in some schools is s-n other source of danger. Germs ?re spread to an alarming extent by this means, and it would be much better tor all children if ?he new style drinking-fountain vrrre put into gen- eral use. It- is also only the past fewr years, his own uni- unite on an organisation ami tlie Calfarv, rVh. -M. S. McCarthy accepted the mammons Conservative Tjominfttinn "'.at -a t-xiayi. versity (McGill) had boon criticlred %manner of the great American xiiii- for putting up workshops to teach vtisities. The university does not -nen to work. belong to any1 group of men. It be- In Alberta they wil try to estab- longs to the people and should be. lish a "human" institution that may placed where it can serve all people, meet all the needs of the people. The It is not in Northern Alberta, nor in literary culture will not be gleeted. any part of Alberta, but in A'kerta. Scientific rescorch be prosecuted. He is making a trmr of the province If the money benefit- derived by thc to see if there is a possibility of start- a child to use pencils and books.wofW {n by scientific re- classes next fall, and is surprised which other children have handled.' Thi.s plan is adopted in schools for the sake of ecouomy, but it proves very dear for some rjArerst-s, for there is no lioubt that many a tracts disease from it." child con- ih6 to find so mawy ready to enter. Al- en- cannot afford tc- allow to have search "could be available for institutions, it would dow them richly forever. tical teaching is given agriculture and industry. To do this aity tduculton. Direct prac- one generation" of its men and to promote women withoxit hajine the ;