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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta News far the Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading 9L Peteriburc. Feb. court aurtial today gave its decision in the of Qeu. Stoessel, accused of the siege of Port Ar- thur. It recomended that he be giv- ten years imprisonment. Albany, Y., Feb. E. Gillette, of Cortland, convicted of the murder of his sweetheart. Grace Brown, of South Otselic, is to die in itw .electric chair during the week be- March 30th. Njack, .X. Y., Feb. per- sons were kitted .and two injured early today by an Ontario and .West- Belfast, Feb. The North-Wes and the'North of Ireland were in the grasp of a hurricane Saturday which left death and destruction in its wake Montreal, Feb. receiv- ed by shipping here during-past J indicate that the coming immi- fiation seaaom will, be aa heavy as that of last year despite the increased paaenger rates and the reports which have been, industriously circulated in Europe of trade depression on this aide. .The passenger agents of the C. P. B. in. England report indications that every vessel will have all the business in can handle during the busy months and in fact the cables state that all the- C. P. R. steamers sailing for St. John during March have been heav- claas and steerage departments carry the Immigrant classes. While the boats have been so far able to accept all the business ferrying they will pail em train striking a-cosch carrying a r 7 6 In the Mersey river, a schooner was party of young people. capsized :and eight men were drown- ______ -Jed. Several are re 'ported in distress off Holyhead while Washington. Feb. 24.-In the.opin- a number of smaller craft have been ion of the operating officials of the No less than one dot- railroads they have, not been con- en. grandstands at principal points fronted for many years with a condi-: were bloivn down and many of tioa so serious as in had gathered t-o-'sit- nine hour law which by terms be ne3S the footoa11 games- were injured, comes effective on March In per- j A train running betwec-n Burton sonal conference and correspond- and Donegal, was .blown off the ence with the inter-state- 'commerce; by wind wllile crossing a commission, the officials have: indicat-: viaduct and nearly crashed into a ed an intention to conform ;to.tiie act, beiieath- The passengers were but they express the-beHgtrrthtt it rescued, unhurt. The launching at will not be possible Belfast of the rew 25.000 ton steamer diately to comply with .Kott'erdam for the York service ments. Petitions of aJcdnsicerable of tiie Holland American line had to number of the railroad companies bo on account of the gale. have been filed commerce commission requesting -that an extension of of the go-! ing into effect of the "law''be; granted j g hail slorms also added dis to the. day. Deputation That Visited Ed- monton Has Been Successful Gossip from Albetta's Capital C. F. P. Conybeare, K. C., city solicitor and Aid. Ives, returned on Saturday night from Edmonton where they weut to interview the govern- ment regarding the proposed amend- ments to the city charter. The depu- tation had very little difficulty in getting the municipal committee of the Legislature to allow most of the Amendments to go through this ses- The power to pass the early closing law will be one of the, ment3; passed. asked that the" gallery.- .It was his first real at- tempt at Legislation end his bark capsized in the fiwt; squall. The squall came from an unexpected quar- ter. The member-for Rosebud had been anxiously waiting for his bill to be printed. In fact last Friday ciple as Jiving, the university in the of the university graduates of the province. It is matter in which all the people of the province are directly concerned. There ore many residents of Alberta who are highly-educated, yet are not universi- ty they to excluded from -oil share ia of the university. This proposal, of Mr. Robertson's to have the whole senate except the minister of education to be elected by the university graduates was a subversion of responsible an attack upon the established be- lief that those who supply the money for the support of any' institution shall have some share in its control. This senate would have wide pow- ;__ them The assigned of the graia crops cf saskatchewan n petitions for e requested for the past year been issued bv extension of are the the- 'of 01 t-he companies to obtaui the servic- compaatioil of th- es oi competent, efficient and depend- ,hat the able telegraphers and the financial the province last y hardships, city purposes or grant to the of the members. Yesterday treets or' other civic property by a afternoon he rose hi a flush of pride, wo-thirds vote of the burgesses as an -The long advertised bill was at last >rdinary money by-law and without i released and be -was going to realize how it felt to be a real Jaw maker. He had been apeaking for about-two minutes when J. R. mem- ber for who by the way has a fine turn for technicalities, rose and declared thai the bill was not properly introduced before the House. He submitted the authority of Bour-1 mot and the rules of the moved lor .an order of the House and dismiss and pay compelling the eierk to give ,ii rea- son why the bill was not in the g itself lis He to claim of dam- by ratepayers whose property liay '.be affected thereby. The com- mittee refused, to allow the amend- nent. The amendment providing for keep ing 'polls open until 8 o'clock was passed. Mr.: Conybeare said that he heard nothing of the court house site -while there but saw the plans of the court house. It is a three storey building, i seventy-eight feet frontage, and is a fine :building -architecturally. ear was at the pres- which consists of wheat> oats, bu- with practically full cheaper classes. lists Chicago, Peb. H- Harriman today gained a. complete victory in the Illinois Central "litigation which been in the Superior Court since ent time, which the employment of ggj gQj _ in the of additional men will im- shels. m the! pose upon theem. Some 'minor rea- Ii364jl6 bughel3. eltr sons are given .in a few of the pcti- ;shels. Compared with .the production tarns., but the two referred "to are the iu 1S06 crop Hst shows net decrease T .of bushels, the difference be- j ing almost entirely in wheat. Terrible Deed of an Anar- chist in Colorado Assembly of Alberta, and asked for the Speaker's ruling. The Speaker had no option bat accede. Mean while, the xaover of the bill was so Asiorindf-d that he forgot to, sit down, and stood in stony gaze at his chuck- ling interrupter. Mr. Hiebert. has no one to blame but himself. Ten days before he was informed by the Clerk of the House that he nmst observe the rules in bringing in his bill. tne University etan, the conduct of examinations and various other mat- According to Mr. Robertaon's plen all that the people of Alberta, or theiX elected representatives would have to do with the university would be to supply the funds to run it. The members, of the legislature might' go there to the assembly and humbly and meekly vote the province'-a money to this senate, which, according to th member-for High River, should b from one class of citizens n. less than 400. Simmons referred to the j thetic appeal Mr. Robertson had made concerning the separation church and state on educational mat ters, when Mr. Robertson interrupted to say he had.made no special plea for church-and state to be separatee On this. said Mr. Simmons, "what bearing had your remarks on the dis "I was only refering to the prob- lem that the American people" had to IN IZIIAJI TOOKE SHIRTS you ever find your cuffs nuisance when working in your shirt Aren't they continually bother ing yon ana hampering the free of your hands Some men ustelastk bands to their cuffs up, But are always factorf uncomfortable. in The reason why this bill was over-1 grapple with in this matter of church La Porte, Ind., Feb. Amer- of the a iean'-car in the New York to Paris Washinston, Feb. it October. Judge Ball rendered a j automobile contest, left Roiling against the proposed .decision today dissolving the tempor- i Prairie, Jnd.. at 3.45 pjn. today. United Stati navy by drawn by three teams of horses with ture of over for iour nc-i snares of stock snow shoveUers ahead. battleships'was laid before the Seha% _ IE was hoped_to spend_the by Senator Hall, of Michigan, i ruled is found in Sees. 54 and 90 .of the British jS America act which Denver, Colo., Febl provides that a private member can- not introduce a bill for the appropria- Leo Heinrischs was shot and killed j tion of the public revenue except by today by Guiseppe Guarnaccto, an a message from the Lieutenant Goy- by were enjoined from being voted at the annual meeting of the Illinois Ontral railroad company. This stock__________ which was held by the Union Pacific jan car reached South railroad company and the Roalroad o'clock tonight. in La Porte or Michigan City, and the committee of naval affairs. Southbend, Ind., Feb. 2S.-The Ital- 'The petition is signed by Bishop Hen- avowed anarchist and priest hater, j Sec. .47 of the Liquor while the ;pri the sacrement at the early, mass in j administering f 09ed by Hr- H1 "frir- at 3 St.. church. Kneeling at the altar rail between states that the funds for the proper carrying out of Roman" Catholid Ithe act 8ha13 for out of the revenues of the province of Al- berta. Securities company of New Jersey, can now be voted at the annual meet- ing which will be held in this city In March. Try i- J v rotter of York, and other two women; Guarnaccto pressed the! Three eourses are now open to the Spokane, Wash., Feb. Mc- _ _ clergymen who desire the naval pro- Michigan City, Ind., Feb. 23.-The gramme limited -to one battleship. American car reached Michigan City at 10 o'clock tonight. i _ _ j Feb. One of the ab- lest farmers and citizens of Manito- Ottawa. Feb. Canadian Nor them bill, providing for several bran- ex u. WM, cfles m western Canada, is before the Ar provmciai -Legislature of Alberta, is Railway Committee. THis is the bill ba writes to the Tribune. "The report of the beef somraissior muzzle of a revolver against the body member for Rosebud. He can pro- of the priest after receiving from him ceed introduce his bill bv embody- the consecrated wafer and shot the ing the .tenor and principle in the priest through the heart. -Exclaim- of a resolution, or he can move ing '-'My God. my Father Leo j special committee of the House, fell prone in front of the altar and or died. House. Mr. Hiebert, and state on educational matters. I gave no opinion on it." "Thon why bring it queried Mr. Simmons. But to return to our subject, if we are to borrow from the noble American system of the di- vorce of politics from educational affairs, as represented, what of their mode of electing school superintend- ents and even trustees of city schools on the same day as their political rep- resentatives. Shall Alberta ba invited to elect its educational officials on party tickets? In. regard to Mr. Eobertson's plan that the graduates have control of the imiversity, -why so limit the clasa- from which the senate may be elect- the school With an articulate scream the as- i yesterday thai he forgot" to do any j "who" are taking the most active hQwever, was so completely upset j ST--I-" ed? Why not include i principals and truste'es ia Spokane to arrange with the j which was held yeftr men to take immediate ought to stir up 3asgin sprang ulto-the aisJe and wav.of these things. When he recovered action. The pure-bred stock men. I of commerce run an in- of the failure of the Canadian land Empire excursion to the various Northern. to. keep of .its-branch- and towns in that province M open owing to lack g, dunng the grain harrestiag season j Branches prOvided for are .from Hum- after which the corn- bokk to Calgary, from Regina to ct mercial bodies of Alberta propose vi- the international boundarv from a 'ndUSUT is con women fainted and many others b siting Spokane and the ter- poinL on thc Brandon.R branch one two firms, who came hysterical. atory tributary to it, in which the to Lethbridge from- North Battl- practically 'kiUed all competi-1 Several men. including value of mining, lumber, grain, fruit, ford to Athabasca- Landing from live stock products, exclusive of Strathcona to Calgarv, frorn'RiiswU tve been in Ottawa trying- to the government to give nore encouragement to their industry. Can not see that so long as the live ing the smoking pistol above his head he-hastened to the Journal office and dashed to the church door. For a gave vent to Ms -wrath in a four col- moment the Hundred or more persons! uinn interview in which is included in the church were dazed and then tRe main ftjatures of his bill. a woman shrieked and the congre- The debate yesterday on Mr. ;Puf- gation stricken; motion for Legislation to pro- vide more equal rights for married interest in educational affairs? It seems to me that the election of7'five members and a chancellor from among the graduates give this a very fair representation, which they may exert to good effect, if they will.. But. we heed on this senate a wider representation air siiwd audience. The prc that of any Minstrel show, isitinjr of fvfigs, Tquartettejs, etc. ,It was replete wjti n local celebrities which sfysned io- atch the audience. The mostJy old favoraites with coe "tor wo new catthy ones. They r.inp in town for another nent. tonight. -Pinchcr Creek Hockey neyecl to Macleod on Saturdtxy in, respect to holding proper-' tnese 366 graduates will perniit class SHIRTS jour cuffs oat of No trouble required to .adjust them and no experienced They're, very when working, vowing, pitying tennis or wuhmg your hands, etc. "EZIAJUSTAS" ah prevent your cuffs out soiling-quick] j. PINCHER, CREEK EVENTS Creek, Mr. !f_ Mills came in from the rsxnck'at ;ing.stone yesterday and is in town few days, Harry A. Gunn down Hosmer, B. C., yesterday and'is ng today for Cowley. W. Eddy of JUmdbreck wa.s vesttrday. Fred Eddy o? Cow'ey children arc staying at ton Hotel for a few days. Miss Winnie Shannon has arrived; rom her trip to Ontario atk-r vi.skinf? relatives. She to n Alberta and Creek. The Minstrel Maids n Hiriton's Hall lost: night before a. and in regitrd to rights of dower tion in the cattle and hog trade in j Daniel Cronin started in pursuit of' was occasion for luminous speech- tt-oci-.-.rr, that their efforts in the murderer. Cronin overtook the 1 3S by "Messrs. Boyle and Simmons. stock industry cannot j fleeing Italian on the church steps, i The motion was withdrawn on the be farmers cannot Guieseppe attempted to shoot the no-1 assurance oi the Premier and the' At- bc expected to continue raising cat- j liceman but was foiled and over-pow- i iorney General that the Government tie and hogs when all the returns ered after a desperate struggle in i under consideration legislation they get out of the business is the j which several men assisted the a similar nature which-will tre in- played atnight In one. .of.-the: fois balanced representation of the various lighted rinks in Canada. Ottawa, Feb. Hon Clifford Sif- excrcise' and sometimes a loss add- ficer. The murder was hurriedly re- 1 troduced_ next session. manufactures and imports, a-gregat-' to and from Xeepawa in 1907, or S287 J northeasterly to the main line at ,r per capita of a population of noar the South Saskatchewan river. woo. 3Ir. KcKenzie, who was a guest of E. J. -Cannon, counsel for the Nor- j. I v Oil- ,1-1 j.u them Pacmc Railway, at the last lo a question of privilege labor, as the moved to the city jail. As threats of! weekly meeting- and luncheon of the in the House today, read a despatch J PW? commission- Every farm j -summary vengeance were made byjyf the motion would be. a serious board of trustees of the chamber of from the Montreal'star stating that m tfao west is interested men who quickly gathered in front! turbance with respect to the Torrens commerce where he outlined his plans he (Mr. Sifton) was the di- thiS qUeSltion- for- ali agreed of the church, chief of police, Michael iand system in the province. The adding that upon his return to Can- rector of the Imperial Pulp Company. Ithat'St0ck and growing Delaney called out the reserve of pa-.i right, of dower and the parallel right 'Surely the un-j trolm'en who were kept on guard all of courtesy had been practically an- satiable greed of a few men and night. nulled by the pstablishment. of the Mr. showed that the claims agricultural and of this province? Mr. Simmons closed .with what was a most vigorous and pointed speech by inviting- Mr. Robertson to study the system of organization in Toronto university, a successful British state- owned and state-controlled universi- ty. The game was played OB ice- an inch of water arxrl count of- the darkness a good rouph piny was indulged, in. I'incher Creek ct.ire of 9' to 5 was beai-cn by but the score do BELIEVE PRIEST WAS MARKED not hy any means', indicate the rela.- tivt- strcneth uf the teams. 'Mac'reoii a .frond .man frtjm hrixlprf- nnd another rrom thotigh i.Vy cluim to be strict ly ara-' atetir. ada he will confer with William "I said Mr Sifton n Whyte, first vice president of the Ca- Ottawa Citizen of this morning wha nadian Pacific Railway company, to is practically a reprint of this item, j arrange for adequate transportation I desire to sa th tlonal in "uptry- a great na-j Although no actual demonstration j Torrens system and the revival of The stockyards, ab-1 was niaae against the murderer of j .-liner right would cause disturbance. I am not the attoirs' and T- priesthood E. D. Mac- j T -i r, is no record of a tragedv to D.D, secretary o: the home the killing of Father Leo this city declare there of legislation involving the statute nicle, has the following interesting i'saj'9 hc has received in the last four article on thc tragedy Friends of an avfirage of a day for "Dusty" Dean have been found, and i missions but even at this rate, for it has. aLso been determined that Geo. when the church year iscli. This crime they say will stand out fljs one of the most fearful in the criminal records and perpetration may result in the canonization of Dean was his correct name. "Dusty" there will be a deficit of Dean was killed -Oct. 20, 1907, at the ivoritc Ufir, presumably by a blow from the fist of George Ragsdale, Ottawa. Feb Victor S -ropnetor of the place. Clark of the United States department Because the description of the man of commerce and labor is in Ottawa law amendments that will be care- fully scrutinized bfifore they pass the select comitteeea or the committee of the v.-hole. Edmonton, Feb. In the debate- Father Leo as a martyr of the church __ 't> V i I- on Mr. Robertson's resolution the s he appeared at his death did not ywith that of T e J0ined into the workings expressly v tw bri a bridge, Alta., an only siater, MM. W. 'act with of the in- and investigation a view to possible legislation p-cc nf vs 1 I w IJunaiUJC IfglSiailOn the by the American Winnipeg, remains in doubt. She asks that a picture of the dead man be forwarded but none was taken. In answer to a letter Co., to Police Insnector Washington, Rev to help Us combiued. One is local, one is constitul 1. but MB important, both Dr. Shoop's Cure in the Local. Jr. Shoop's The lortner-Dr. Shoop's Night t, topical published an article regarding the his residence here Jay a matter Tine -ii. a at matter. This attracted the attention of 65. of John Dean, of 180 King Street, wt-s't at the age I T0ronto- the father of Georce Dean -nie Rcstorat'ivo rwches throughout tht i Correspondence wa.s taken r.p bo in whose service he fell while per- forming his duty. Father Wm. O'Ryan, pastor of St. Leo's will deliver an eulogy on Fath- er Leo and a sermon against anarchy and Socialism., The funeral service '.vill be attended by members of the Knights of Columbus and ihp entirft body of the Knights of St. John snd other Catholic organizations. The murderer talked freely in jail concerning his fiendish act. For crime he declared he had no regret. He said he is an anarchist of Sicily, is a shoemaker and is 56 years old. i to change the constitution of the Senate of the University of Alberta, Mr. Simmons took part and he is reported by the Bulletin as follows: W. C. Simmons, member for Leth- bridge, with considerable feeling, pro- tested against Mr. Robertson going across the boundary to find among the universities of the western states model institutions whereby the organ- ization of Alberta University might be patterned, and against his instancing no British universities. Were there not sufficient good universities in into working order until Alio carried out the orders. At Kingston. Ont., this Judge Price sentenced Alexander Ba-l> cock one ysar in central for Seventeen Chinamen have forward- bigamy and suspended cd petitions to Mayor Aahdown for a charge of cruelty in -breahiajr tbs- suppression of gambling among their arm of hivS four months olrl countrymen in Winnipeg. chile Yn DON' The Material for yenr shed. bi.rn or house untill you have scon our ica two years ago and has since been teaching anarchy and working but lit- tle at his trade. tlironghout jTstcm socking the repair of all nerve, and all blood aliments. Implies, floes iU you slwp. It soothes sore and JnOam- the gives renewed vlftor and ambition tissues, brlnglnpr about renewed ifor.jind IVvko Dr. Shoop's tonte tUe fjitem. t or posiu vo local help, use as weU Dr.vShoop's Nia'ht Cure today asked j thflt the Toronto Ross, ly convinced. Some time before joining the mount- j ed .police, according to M. E. Barton, (Dean had been mining at Nelson B. 1C. has not been ful- declined to interfere. Emerson Coatsworth, .-John Dunn and F. C. Law, have been apointed license commissioners for Toronto, British dominions from which ideas He became n socialist, and anarchist} cf M- He came lo Amer- Robertson wa7alf ihe more" remark- able in the man who had protested so vehemently his love of British in- stitutions in the flag-flying debate. Here his actions were at variance with his words. As for any effective argument against the present University Act, which Mr. Robertson might have thought he had found among Ameri- can '.universities, the-.premier, said Mr, Simmons, had quite done away with that fancy by giving Mr. Robert- son fuller information on the subject j he had studied. Ship-] Finest material on the. market elowst vot RUSHING THE G. T. P. Drydcn, Ont.. Feb. ar.> now laborers working in 23 camps of the .Eastern 'Construction company covering 21 milos of thf transcontint-ntfil railway where it, is possible that this number will bf considerably increased at orico in ac cordanco with the orders from the ofl-ct! of tljf. Transcontinental railway lit Ottawa, thnt this portion of thf highway Winnipeg and wood Jf'ihre Cement personally as the gradu- a British Mr. Sim- Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co. Ltd. LettibriilGE, Tabtr, Stiriina. ;