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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta n'> wot i. ALIEHTA. FEBRUARY if'. NO. ff DO NOT BURY UNION MEN ies! tat the Demd Mat Dpi a Priejt Juneau, -Alaska, Feb. Ser- vian miners, union'and the other non-ujiion died yesterday and "the burial of-one almost precipitated be, taken into the church. iThe dibturBers at- tempted Unstop the hold- ing bridles arid-succeeded dragging ajiumber'of'jneiraway from the funeral" procession The inarahall attempted to vestore ordei but for the time being vias The crowd followed the body to the cemetery and made anotherTAdisturb- ance there Order finally restort ed No one was injured LUMBER YARD Win Olucr is building an enclosed lumber i_rd on Smith Street, A bloc'c souttc of his present He is erecting three hundred J aiwl fifty of shwl on three sides of the yard m which he ber able to feet of It is Oliver's" mtentiou to keep his stock all under" awa> from the ard xhat all his lumber will be drj east the jard is lath and shingles, Awhile a lime'shed Pur- chasers amf Joa the" wind wtiich often makes ttie _ lumbei a difficult matter -Thejsheds, m the present yard will be'kept for PVhon f _ MR. STOREY'S SIDE s Ht WM Not to Blame for _- Episode To Herald, 500. ,kindly through the medium of your valuable paper allow me to enlighten people of Le'th- bndge regardfng the" raised "cheque episode up to_Uie I-was quite satisfied to ba fired out-of the police lorce AS, I was thoroughly dis- gusted with the rotten and unfair method-r of Chief Parry. The_coun- cil has agreed'to pay me my wages How lean you account foe that if I kf blame5 The real truth has lot public so I rivfurness to me that you" will pub; 'ish this letter'A bijrcHme the no- 'iccf asked HIP mthe of others" if this cheque ;ood I replied, "I don't_ "think so.' f wafe -not told that soneone was try_ mg Had he done 50 1 would have taken .Action -at once Chief Parry counting bal- lot- when che was wanted "by the dnd much valuable time Aas losjtjin hunting him up, kifown that a man was trying to cheque Hi the Parry knew to -a FIRST TRAIN THROUGH TOIEL the Slates if New Yerk ad New Jersey New York, "Feb, 800 difelinguifehed ernor Charles "aiid'. Gov- ernor John F. >'ort an -official train 'of eight coaches, marking the formal of the 000 tunnel and tem linking" New JTe'r- sey rolled out of-the rnjnal at twenty four o'clock and'two1 iaih- utes President Roosevelt "t Hcd -flashed theJ starting Amid cheers'from the throngs assembled oil of station at-Niiie- teenth'St. and Sixth Ave. 'the train rushe'd 'away on its- journey under ground beneath the hitherto "uncoil' luerable Hudson to f the Hoboken T __ '-ThVtrip Hoboken_ was made in Full B. C. UOtU APPEAL Act UMra r- handed down the of the chief Kaial Act The uiMfcmmoottiy unread with Uie chief jttMlioe 'that the act in so far applfceftlto Japani-i- ik TO CHECK IMMIGRATIOM ImDortant iMued by ,_ Frank Otivw at Ottawa' Ottawa, Feb.' With :L view to checking immigration' of undesirables to Canada -from "the, Hritish from immigration aulltor- n. enter. thai he suitable OOT THE MOM I NATION held tonight WyTV Hiclderbiririater, was given the a majontv of 21 over Jauies H system made a holiday'for Hoboken" here stores and 'ten slower' by three or four j industrial plants had closed to "allow minutes than the-- scheduleu time employees to'at tend the opening cer-v planned for the regular service The emomek. ANARCHISTS PLOTTOKlli MORE A Prietf Tb Sbrtfaf State- FOLK AROOtCf M. Y: Attacks Track Gambling Yoik, Feb. 26. Attacking race track gambling a prolific breeder of crime 'and supporting the beinjf to eml this form of ling in this Governor Joseph W. Folk, of Missouri, aroused the civif forum at Carnegie Hall to a high pitch of enthuhiagiu tonight. Gpver- nor Folk's subject was, Era of and lie called forth a volley of applause when he declared that within a time the legalized vice of the race track gambling would be a thing of the from one end of the country to the other, Hon. Frank Oliver has ordered that after April Jany who comes to Canada on jassihted passage tarough" charitable 'Or public funds, will, tef subject frowtke- oiiuiateriuff- holy communion in 8l, Dominion lie a has certificate Elitabeth's Roman Catholic Chicago Feb. will be committed in Chicago within a mouth Himilar to the Denver ition where the, Rev. Father Leo Heiiirichs'Wh bhot down while ad- asserted Chancellor E M. Dunne, of the Chicago arch-diocese, night. 'I am positive thai anarchists, anti- dericaltT, or whatever they call them prepared lists of priests and clergymen to be killed and I am certain that some Chicago man has been marked." aiu the inott logical man for as- and although I have thou- of friends in the Italian colony, have many bitter enemies." Fatlter Dunn said if, he wax not chosen to be murdered the other can- didates will be either Archbishop Quigly, the very Rev F. S. Angelluci of the church of Assumption, or the Rev. Father Francis Gordon. Winners -at Poultry SKo-w I he judging 01 the poultry 1st 2ml and Hrd F -Be-" 2nd and 3rd S Jones has bten completed as the list moi. dressed.lumber 'THE_BABYnS DEAD The little baby of Mrs Whitheld's that To seriously" injured "the accidentr on Redpath St. ysterday. accident on Redpath St yesterdaj. afternoon CARS LEFT TRACK A Jjrokcn rail caused r c i will employ two or-three wben I inform this House. Mr. Speak- tent farmers and a good business man 5n.the-course lnst feW tr> get information re the ment "of4, a pork packing .land ihee! canning inclustry and if estobifshed- it will be on a sound foundation that will assure success. During Itis spGech the Premier paid a high tribute to the civil service of Alberta and the registry office the latter having made a much better show-ing, than even the older province of Manitoba and shows a much larger surplus. Free common school readers will be furnished the pupils of the vincc, the cost price of which to the government, the Bell Telephone Co. with a view to us their lines in Alberta. We ".jhavft men out estimating, the value WHITE FIEX'S EGGS plant and I am sure we all j feel that, if we can secure the plant at ai reasonable and fair'figure it is .de- sirable that we should purchase the! f Boll Telephone company system of I the province of Alberta. (Applause.) 1- This very important statement was Best lion in by Premier Rutherford in de- iiverinp his budget speech in the Le- gislature yesterday afternoon. li. G. S. Wnr- Host XVyaiuiotte Tockorcl Moore- Wyandovic War- rcn. 1st, S. s i wi i n 'K i ,EG x COCKEREL 1st, S. Jonos. R. C. IUIGWN LiC COCKERIEL came through his explanation of anjless than that Manitoba hhd.paid for Carter. item of one million, two hundred thousand dollars for the construction, operation and acquirement of tele- phone lines in Alberta and to roiiu- general revenlies account for money already expended. S.C; White Leghorn Cockerel j The Boll Telephone Go. in Alberta possesses a long line from Ordston, via Lethbridgc and Mac- leod, to Edmonton, with exchanges at nearly every place it Ups. Premier an ap- Display of Live i j Rest-Poultry j Pair of Orcsscrt BentonV years. A set cosU the government a fraction of cent over one dollar and will be the best cluss of reailors on the continent of Amrrica. and is going out at the rate of a day. The post, the Premier em- must- bo wiped out. Tho 'Premier closed his speech with. a great tribute to the British Empire ftmidst of ;