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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHftRIDGE, ALBEftTA, FEBfiUA RY 27, Jffll NO; HE KEPT THE PROPOSITION BURN! THE SCRAPPER n, %to Sporting the Amer- ican heavyweight, offers jo fight b6th Smith and the one tisc to" take place in April tud to be of 10 each with 15 minuta interval Burnt ofleri any etn in a'ilinfle the'bouts'to each- and fie KMW Ofcr 4e Winnipeg, Feb. effort made last autumn by Coates" the big financial brokers of London, to relieve the .city's financial diffi- culiieg, and far' not made, public >by Mayor Ashdown is likely to form the subject of hot discussion at an early.meeting of theVclty council. The letter "offer addressed to Mayor Aatidowu shortly, aftef. his "return from his trip to England and bears the date' of No- 1907. The offer was ;no less than a proposal to float five miU treasury nofes? of which Coates Son were willing to their own accourit'-two millioiT, five dollarsTat per-cent. tlie "opinion that it uas not-a "desirable time to sell the city bonds but they believed that the treasury _uote pro-, position, "would be 'satisfactory solu- tion of city's financial troubles. r A CATHEDRAL CITY Edmonton Be the of an An- glican Edmonton, Feb. It" has' been decided that an east end mission j of the Church of England.will be opened m Jhis which ;will eventually develop into a chui ch 'to' bo known Andrew's cision was finally made on Sundaj when shop JPinkham? "ol Calgary- who was" in cgave" his a Edmonton tht This was the idea "evolved Sunday WOULD BE GOOD CHUwa, Mclnues.t pf the Geological] told i'thi Cpm- iis agricultural cbimnittee today that lowering channel of jtne Saskatchewan river, in Cedar Lake region .noitli-bf Lake' Wimnpcg, three niilliori 'acres which arc could jbe ''converted into good lands. MARHARG FOR SASKATOON S." Marharg; superintendent of the C. P. R. t at Brandon has, been appointed super- intendgnt operating con- struction Saskatoon 'di- vision of the company. _ 3 r tT'-Cvr THEY, ARE JfflL, UKE ABERTA ROYALTY HAD A NARROW ESCAPE IN THE CITY General Manager of "W "tfce C. P. R. Ojea IRIWpa's Carrafe The -Hague, Feb." -27 Wil- helrnina and Priuci; her bus- baud, had_ a miraculous from serious injury in a carriage accident nt-ar the The 'prince driving carriage in whicli her also seated, row parttftf road fn a nar- 'r electric. coming. at full-speed, .sud- denly collided with ihe vehicle t be- lore tne prince could ,turu but. The carriage was three- wheels being torn off butjieitlior the nor "the, piince were hurt. Has Been Tirwd Down in Manitoba LEONARD PROMOTED Montreal, Peb. to' a 'circularsissued general C. P. K.- 1 Fort -William, be- comes general manager for the same territory, thy appointment effective JX- 4- i f r vf Wlhuijieg, on law" th is-'uiorning r.coinpesisa- tioii'to workmen for accidental in- juries suffered in the" course of their employment, for "one yean- It pointed out to the counsel for .the bill that owing to its lateness in ing brought before the House committee could not do justice tov it in the short time .and ask'ed thaf It not pressed'" but be, brought at the next session of the legislature. evening by -Bishop JPinkham in his sermon-in Alb'Saints' Church. .tated that he .wfahed four churches -jlstabnsheflt .in the construction "of .the Grari37Trunk Pacific a'nd other railways to- this new constantly opened. A new diocese would have to be formed, 'perhaps _sooner tlian By that time- the coud thoroughly- acquaint -themselves .wit .ill its-ro visions.jfO-Tifis, -pro visions.jfO L.J3 i expected, j and would ba Ahes-seaVof the bishopric.. in the cit'y Ui'ere would be at le ast four the number- now existing in Calgary. ...-TO BUY SEED GRAIN HERE ..A. E. Humphries received word that the Department .of" Agriculture sending an_ officiaLhere grain.- That to of the world that. trict ib -the place to get good, clean seed grain. _. -v Mr. Humphries desires that ors who have graiirto seirshould send him a sample at once and also state the number of bushels they have to sell, the price per bushel, and their addresses. In the case' of oats the per- centage of ,germinating teat is- de- sired. SETTLERS To Trm According to. C.- P. R Passenger Agent- The secretary of the Board of Tra'l has received corhiuunication J. E. ProctorT'c: K" R. "district senger agent, regarding the complain of the Board on account of' allege; cliscriminatmn azainst "Lethbri'g on settlers' rAtes. He says thatf "S -t Jlers' fates are quotetl to and fron the" same- as otiu places: MANAGEMENT OF C P. T6b. -Canadian SWITCHMAN KILLED _-B. Stewart, a-young C. I'. R. switchman, was 'killed labt night by being caught between two cars. He leaves a "widow. He only" two months married. -AFTER THE ANARCHISTS ChicajD- Priest- Is Taking -Action to Arrest Plotters rnsn- Pacific Railway Genrtl A. oclgary, Divisional En- Brooks, of Calgary and head of the Western mechanical? department, were in the city JjiiiJAorau4' for a short time, ApproacHed by .the Herald, Mr. Bury said that" he 'wiV inertly looking .over hat n saJC arttiai the people are getting He could not jive '.emblem of all life Within .the egg Is found eveiything for tho fotmation of a complete bird. All the egfis which a chick will are i in the original'egg before it is hatched. Poultry men should an idea'to work towaids. A wrong idea of puro bred ancestry will prc- dotniiKLlc v.iu-ir mixo.t oti.cr the' annual stock- Jl'V us the casc ot meeting Bell "Telephone Co.f lhe carc of poultrj- ioday President Size _said the, Folcy sj'ukc of tho pany expected sell its ifropor houst-s. Housing ami Alberta in turn 3acific has cancelled its arrangements) with, the, Pacific t Cplonir-ntion company, iias de- ided "to operate 'its' irrigated lands direcllyr formerly laudlud by Messrs: Beraekcr and Calgary, on percentage "but their contract expired at he tind 'of anil had not >ecn renewed. J. S..Dennis, ofrthe C% P. R. irrigation service, has been, ippbintcd-to take charge of the work n- future. prove further his der, in St Elizabeth's Church was planned by anti-clericals in Chicago. mm dejr an. Denver, was similar m cyeiy respect to the cnfe planned several months ago in. which Fa.thcr, -Tasqualc Uciiscuello, pastor ?J St. church at Chicago ito ,be thQ victim. "Pa- ;her Ihmne will hold a conference to- lay with Chief of 'Police Shippey asking for arrests, also look- the prosecution of Ital- ,_ an newspapers In which" dcnunciato- diatribes against the clcrgj- of -he city are made.- Charges, of crim- inal lihel may also" be "made. BRITAIN AND CONGO London; Feb. House Coumions after short debate, adopt- ed a asking, the govern- ment To do all in its power to secure the transfer of the contrql of the Con- go Independent State and failing such transfer "within __ a reasonable time, as-iviring the government of Parliament's hearty support of any measure that might be necessary for the "British government to take Mther _alorie or in eoiijur.ction with the powers that signed the Berlin ict to ensure the effective carrying of its provisions. NOW IN SING SING Captain of 111 Fated Ferryboat Sur renders- Himself Serious State of Afairs in IncEa Has Been Reported 1 Bill. IB I V! vV9rB7 be Preserved far Their Use Boston, Feb. The officers of .he German steamship Neiienfells, ,-hich arrived totlay from India Ceylon, a serious condi- of affairb throughout India. The are openly defy- ug the' British. They boycotted hr British goods _aml have refused cargoes" by British theiittfiuenwis tn'" ii-rchants In the interior they are n the of open revolt and in nany places they are arming and pre- i.iring to fight British rule. Agitators rs largelyjresponsible for the pres- nt aro inciting the to acts of violence. Thev turn iclicye" the Japanese will aid them f.r. Ottawa, Feb. questions of western interest were anuwered in the House cf Commons yesterday af- ternoon. R. S. Lake was> informed by Hon. Frank Oliver that during 1906, 132 million feet of lumber on which roy- alty was payable wag manufactured in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al- bert. The returns for 1907, which are in complete show feet were manufactured. F. D. Monk was informed that for tliti three months ending "June 30, 1907, 375 were refused admission to Canada. 'Geo. Taylor inquired if the atten- tion" of the department.of justice had been called to matters affecting the professional status and character of Frederick Frascr Forbes, a district judge in tlie province of Saskatche- wan ami if so what action had been taken what action does the de- p..rtment propose to take in refer- ence to this matter. Hon. A. B. Aylcbworth's reply was to the effect that as this ivas a matter in respect to a debt which had been paid more than eleven years ago he did hot consider fuithr-r action necessary. The minister of the interior in- form ed. Dr. Reid that the department had received complaints that the'tim- bJr of Porcupine Hills in Alberta was biding rapidly used up. Action would b.i taken to preserve the timber for tae use of settlers. The premier told Major .Worthing- tun that it was true with the Ross -OUT OH, BAIL J. ,1-. 'English, charged.with robbing an Indian's body was released this morning, bail having been given by Messrs A. L. Foster and-David King. He comes up for trial in the District Court next week t r ROUGH PLAYER FINED Halifax, N. S Mc- North Ssdney Jiockey- player, has been sentenced to three months :n jail for assault on. William Parsons a' Glace 'Bay The foods necessary to make c com jilcte" cKK arc essential to secure good chicks A chfek should not lye fed England and 'declare they will victorious. ASCROFTGETS FIVE: YEARS New York; Feb. H Van Shack. nfaVer of the .ill-fated steamboat, General Slocum, in the burning of which1 a thousand persons perished, surrendered Himself today to United States Marshall 'Henkle and taken to Sing Sing prison to serve his term of ten years' im-_ prisonmcnt for negligence and- inat- tention to duty as master of the Slocum. Capt. Van Shack was sen- enced January 27, 1S06. but appeal- ed from the judgment -which has 'now sustained -by thc-U. -S. Circuit Court of Appeals. On his trip to priaon the agotl man -was accompaniel by his newly married SeBtence Imposed By Judge Winter in the. District Court Joseph As -whof-vras found guilty on Tuesday, of-incest ;and kin- dred charges was up for sentence this morning. Judge Winter gave him five year- in the penitentiary. HEADQUARTERS QUEBEC BRIDGE DISASTER It Wau Due to Defective Design, ORGANIZE THE QALT AND MAPLE LEA TEAMS DECIDE TO AMAL- GAMATE .-i There was of foot- ball pUycrs out at the annual meet- ing held by the-Maple Leaf Football last night- The Gait and ]tfaplc -Leafs decided to amalgamate so as to one strong team The were clcct'cd, ofl'icers: Hon- orary President, Mayor President, .Tas. Vice-Presi- dent, Treasurer, J. Shirley, Secretary. .Jl, _Fairbrothcr.' R. Cheswick -was chosen captain pro'- tetn until 'tKic team is chosen.. thoy ;in :turn will Practices will be held on and at present, and a full' practice match was arrn'ngert j for next The 'member-' Feb. 27 neapolis may become the' headquar- ters for tKe -Independent Order of Foresters. The headquarters" are at present in Toronto, but to the present antagonistic1 sttitudte7 of the Canadian government. toward secret societies with whom the insurance feature is-prominent, there are strong indications 'that trie will find it.more; .to the interests of the order to do business on 'this side of the line' 1. V Otawa, Feb. The of the Quebec bridge commission will be to Parliament next week. for two or after it is hatched. It required :i few clays in which to absorb and assimilate the unabsorbod yolk. Feeding causes de- rangement. In everything connected with 'tbe business clo.sc. 'at, to dtitnil is necessary. Turning to the production of lay- ing: btruins, "Mr. i'oley that six birds had averaged 243 eggs in ia year. In a series of six-compcti: tions i lie winners of the last were the offspring' of tho birds that .won in the first competition. Hence it'is rK'Ctssary thut care should be -taken eggs for Some method of Identifying the laid by "each bird is necessary. i The birds'-that to hvy earliest fn the fall lay tlie most'eggs Uirds kept either for the show room or for laying should be hatched- in April or May. The pullet that has power to produce eggs enrly and with jxirsistency 'shows that hcr-eggs are' the best for "hatching purposes. In closing 3lr. Foley stated that he did not wnnt to sec the prizes at the Dominion -Fair go to Ontario, He would like'to see the pri-zcmon- ey stay in }lr. Foicy then gave an address il- lustrated stere'opticbn views' on the Tearing und munagement "of poxil- try, during which he was questioned by the local poultry enthusiasts. A DAY IN LETHBRIDGE John T. publicity commis- toner, of Medicine Hat, is busy pre- wiring for the conventions of the un- vins of Canadian Municipalities to bo held in that city commencing :uly lat. The secrotarj'-treasurer of ic city has received a communica- ion asking for co-operation of this :ity -in the giving of the delegates a rip around Alberta. It is the inten- ion to have them spend a day in Lethbridge, and a hours- in Mac- on their Calgary. MAY CUT OUT ALASKA PROPOSED THAT ROUND THE WORLD' AUTOS FObLOW AN- OTHER COURSE at target prac- ritie had been suspended by the N. W. M. P. They had been called.in and replaced by Lee Enfield, -Winchester v, and other- idea being to exchange them ofrthe'-Ross R.- S. was informed.that H. J. Oberly, of Prince Albert had been em- ployed.by the department as a guide and interpreter and had received in poyment of, services; Mr. Lake also secured an order of the House for returns' showing the approximate total area of Dominion lands dispos- ed of by the government in Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, between July 1 1396 and June 30, 1905, and distinguished between lands for agri- cultural purpooes, grading, irrigation, timbur and coal arid also from July 1 1905 to June I, MASQUERADE BALL The grand masquerade, ball fivcn by the mnnagtincnt ot_ the Bijou Theatre last night was more .than i success. One hundred and thirty- Jive persons hun- dred and twenty-five-being "masked. It is understood that the finding in vVe are safe in saying that this was brief is that the collapse was due to defective design-aiui not to fault either in in tht- _way_it was put together. The details seem to have been worked out the greatest accuracy but in calculation this immense of detail, design- ers would seem to have gotten away from the basic principle of stress and strain which should have governed. MclNNES THE'MAN. Fob. .Mclnnes, ship r'cc was placed 'at dollars.! editor of the Rogina Daujr Standard, The meeting a. selected Consen-a- will send e delegate fo the berta Association mwtinf in. April- candidate for the- House of-Com- mong for the A NEW POSTOFFICE s, A new postotfice, Mmott, near cr, will be opened on March' 15th, There wns a f.ifr attendance at" the Women's Missionary SOCKS ty open meeting inM, night. Mrs Galbrnith gave n very interesting paper iji. of the Mis- sjon. liomj gave n dinlogiic nnd n chbnis. Quite A number of vnluahle contribn'tions to the furnishing, of the .were REAL ESTATE MOVING Real i-.staie is> moving comewhit days. tho one of the: real estate men sold ten bxiilding Mies and a house. Buyers are after lots upon which to br.iH. COALDALE NEWS Chicago: Feb. Siberia tnd Alaska may be eliminated from j he route of the Xcw York to Paris Automobile racers' as a result of of the cars to go through ihe liidiana snow drifts under their power. A plan no'w under con- sidnration' is to .take the automobiles by boat from San Francisco to Ja- motor through Japan, take an- boat to Vladivostok and then down the 'Russian post roads by ,he sule of the Siberian Railway the miles to Paris. The discussion the new plan was taken up at the GET THE PERMIT City Solicitor Advises Council E.J. Hill i Co. App'icatlon The city solicitor has advised that ilu- disputed building permit to E.J. Hill Co., for the erection of a two- frame building on Duffer in t' KILLED THE BURGLAR Que.. Feb. un- known burglar was shot and killed here early this morning by Thomas Robinson, a young fanner who found the former in the house of Wm.Jenk- inson, who-at present is visiting friends in Iowa. When requested to drop the bundles in his possession the burglar threatened to shoot Robin- son. The latter secured the help of three companions whom, the burglar Chicago Automobile club hut night Robinson of the French i fin.d with falnl the most ball o( tlie sea- son. Prizes w ere ft ward ed as follows: Best dressed ec-ntleman Stanley Tuff. Reid. Best dressed Uichie. Bryan. :Music was furnished by the sym- phony orchestra consisting s of five pieces. The lobby Italian car'ri. A conference bff'.hvld determine what is ;o be done. The main reason for the change is tlie fact that the delay be- twecn. New York and Chicago has impossible to San Coaldale. Feb. ten a new settler. a few days ago by March the time set for' sailinc to Alaska. A later TO BLOW UP THE MAYOR THREATENING LETTERS RECEiV- filled with a of interested spectators. The next dance given this management will take. place on Alaska too late to catch the hard snow and it might-.be found neces-J Winnipeg, Feb. Ash- sa'ry to wait for another season. with n large car load of goods. He j boat will bring the time for crossing j bad the misfortune to lose two val-' able horses on ibe way up here, as a result, of thdr cokl in the car. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Knde, entertain-, ed a Inrge party of Conldule friends and neighbors her home Monday about thirly-ftvc pres- ent. All-spent a very cnjoyablft- cy- ED BY MAYOR ASH DOWN, OF WINNIPEG WEDDING AT MAGRATH The Magrath Proneer. other of those "happy is always a pleasure to record took place at the home of Mr. and down has been in receipt of a num- J bar of threatening letters, in one of which the sender threatens to blow ineer says: An-' up tne palatial residence on r events which it Broadway if the demands were not acceded to. The letters have been turned over to police but no arrests oning. Various games were playodj'E. W. Tomlinson last Thursday even i been land later in the evening a when their daughter, Miss Ada made aa yet. nesday, March Hth. Tho exccut ivp the Tenderfoot Club are making ..'arrangements to have their first a.sscmblyatomorrow night more vhnn an ordinary success. The services of Madnrno Nornian have been secured us pianist, also other luncheon'of ice' crentn-and sothv was served. Messrs. Turner aml.-.'McMa- hon furnishevt some very enjoyable selections ron tbf-ir violins. >fj-s.- Alfrrd ITnley, who was called to Fergus Falls, Minn., by the fur- ious illness of her" father, who died lefore she could' reach home, ia ex- was united in tlie bonds'-of matrimon-- with Mr. Harry McConnel, -Bis'mp Harker officiating. PETTYPIECE DECLINES Watford, Ont.. Fob. J. Pet- typiecc-, ex-M.P.P..declined the Feder- al nomination for East Lambton on account of .pressure of business, The MUST PAY POSTAGE department has de- the Sunday editions ol American ciaily papers are to be con- sidered as weekly papers and accordinRly. ;