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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 3 ALBEHTA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8.1908 NUMBER Id OUTFIT THE COIN for Arf-Aarfc SUBMIT THEIR BILL AM far is far Daily.) aftermath of the Christmas eye frolk was seen at the Council 1 last' night in a ciuim for laid by C. F. Harris solicitor for the pro- prietors of the Columbia Restaurant. He said that they were willing- to art- low" an 'imtefwndfnt party to appraise the damages. On behalf the proprietors "of the" Alberla, Oxford, ami Victoria Res- taurants JL. M. Johnstone wrote that i be city to nialce amends and bear the losses. His claims were Victoria; Oxford Cafe, SUO.IO' ta plate gloss "S200, goods destroyed. He claim ibat the city had not made suf- ficient police provision for a'lroliclay' anil intimated that -the city j had toiseii advist-d that a demonstra- tion might takt; plaru as a ros-ult of incident of the evening before. On FUNfftAL OF NCO MAMLAN Large Concourse butt la Osceaaoal Oarsman Trl (WMltrft Torooto. Jan. funeral ol late Nfd Haalan. greatest oanmati in the worM in hu day, took place ibix 'afteraooD from 8t. Andrews church, Ktaf 10 Necropolis Onwterj. From eleven o'clock until half paat one the tody lay in in the church which was thronged continually. A private eer vice for the family waa conducted at the home on Severity street, the public wrviw taking place fct the church at two thirty, T. C. Brown officiating. The funeral pro- cession formed up. proceeding along King olrect, up Young to Gerrard and was followed by thousands in carriages- and on foot. The pall >earers -were: Joseph Wright, Jake jJaudaur, Janms Rice, former Tcron- o oarsman, David Ward, H. J. P. Good, Capt. John Wilson, Fred Moss 'and Charles Pearson. Controller Ward, Aid. Mayor-Elect Oliver officially represented the tlty council. MOUNT ROYAL IS SAFE- TURNS UP IN IRELAND Vessel Was Near American Coast and Was Forced to Turn Back Passengers Panic Stricken Boilers Began to Leak During a Heavy Ex- perience on Record C. P. R. Royal, Arrived at -f, morning under her own steam. WEDDINGS AT NANTON London, Jan. 7. The Mount Royal, which by reason of ng long, overdun, 'was, thought to have to the bottom _of At- antic with three hundred board, is safs. Steamshidt putting nto Queenstown this morning firm the report that the vetsel cd yesterday "is the one anxiously. looked for during the last Xevvs) One, of tin- happy events of the hol- iday season warf the marriage of Mr. j town under htt. own The Mount Royal "was tighted yesterday the Vivian which arrived in Liver- pool yesterday, but the officers: of the latter ware not certain of the identity of the shir. vessels arriving later 'have dispelled ail auto port at onto. flhort> ly aftor sho on Docombor tenth aha encountered heavy and battloaV with .heavy weather for two weeks until Christmas eve when in longitude 14.60 west and 45 north her boilers became effected. A slight amount of.atofm was finally got up decided to make and Captain i for the Irish Jan. The long overdue steamer Mount Royal steam- ed slowly into Queenstown today and steamed slowly into port. Passan- gers md craw are all wall. Montreal. Jan. naws of the safety of the steamer Mount Royal was received with joy as anxiety in 'shipping circles had bean very acute. Of the pasengers, sixty-two had bought tickets for Montreal, a num- ber were for Winnipeg and other Manitoba points, Prince Albert, Cal- gary, Edmonton and a few for Toron- to and Ottawa. Two were for Sher- brooice, Que., and about twenty for Leslie torce Miss Jessie Stirling, which was solomumzed on Christmas day at the home of, the bride's cou- sins, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Col well, in coremony was per- NVaton. The formed at p. Rev. of a racial 'hatred. The Council clccidutl that City Sol- Jcitor Conybeare have a hand in the and -referral letters Hants arid -J-ohnstone tft hifcf for ecus-deration Burnett avenue was the scene of a j ary wedding Tuesday afternoon. Decem- ber Slot, when their daughter. Miss jSTellie Burnett became, the bride of days. She is proceeding to Queens- I.Sha hut-net. been from in many been last report- ed off the Lisarji Oecembsr -IOth and watch was being kept far her on both sides of "the Atlantic as far south as Bermuda! The Mount Royal be- longs Pacific Rail- way's service. She left Antwerp De- cember 7 for StJJohn, N. B.. with 300 Bulgarian emigrynti and a crew of one hundred ,meo. She was first de-, .finitely sighted iff Old Head of Kin- sale, t6 this port-.early of her sattey was received Chicago and Minneapolis. The car- with, gladness -in shipping circles, go represented the value of -rmany SHIPMENTS Record of fhipmcfitt from Lethbrldga SaMombor C. W. Lovrttar, brand inspector, reports that the stock shipments iron Lethbridge between Sept. 16, when he took the position fend December Slat M followa: Cattla No. Head To Winipeg and Montreal..... To Coutts, To Cardston, Alte............. ,1 To 1 To Wmnifred, Alia............. 1 f Haraaa No. Heed To Fernie and Michel, B. C 59 To Dakota, U.S.A 14 To Montana, tJ.S.A To Winnifred, Alta 1 IflDEUX HOPEFW. faraU SETTLEMENT NEAF Iwtur to lit (Western Associated Prow.) Victoria, Jan. Leaaievx: arrived today on r the Empress To To Cardston, Alta............... 1 .Mixc, Alta: 2 Humboldt, Sask.............. 8 CREWS OFF China. Interviewed, he said: "JCuefc as I would like1 to speak, I rimmf at present say what- is the' ret nit the negotiations. Any statement 86 may have to make belongs first-'to the cabinet at Ottawa.. My niisatom will be completed only }aftet turn to Ottawa, where I expect to at the end of the week. Mjr eol- r P D f J J IT WUL r L. jUeegues will then be in'position t.r.iL is Leaoea up WKS toats fconsi-del. doubt. "The tfiere is chinery e theory is that a -'serious break in the ma- which the; Mount RoyaT today. She then proceeding millions and a few firms im- from Germany were incon- venienced by delay in the.receipt of consignments. Insurance .rose day by day during the past two_weeks yesterday had reached forty per in- The first news of the Mount Royal's rthat the His to Cut Off Tuns (From Monday's Daily.') Twelve crrurs c bC'C-n laid by the Canadian Pacific KaiHvavl on the day naci divisions between Calgarv and Swift iTia -i j fully consider tlie "whole J have every reason to believe solution of tne" difficxilty be reached. I am pleased to that the negotiations at office in Tokio have been carried t in a very friendly-spirit. "to Japan has -been very agre'eable' safety The reason is'said lo w-j.-carry nothing "but' received in. Live, pod ,up coa1' recollections." COAL Staticn dlutesJ last night when a reported sighting a off Fastnet. Preparations were to jgo to assistance Jbut it feared that the. steamer would not T.-rrDispatches Alta. Everett of detaTl one of toe strang- est experiences a liner has undergone AWAY FROM THE UNIVERSITY for years... The Mount Royal had al- most reached Halifax when" she doubled back. She was about 350 off Clpe when the j began to Seak during a heavy -gale. The pasengers, mainly emigrants slowJy under steam and sig- prove to be the. Mount Royal owing naled, that she was coming here, Sha j v, f V- rf declined of a tug that was sent out to her and came in alone. Calgary, Jan. first- of a three months' campaign throughout 'the province was started day. The feature of discussion, was the action taken by institute workers upon the- question 'of an "agricultural college.' Resolutions -we're passed urging the government proceed with of an aj.-i- cLfiiwra! coiiege, but under the con- trol of the department of agriculture and not under the department of edu- her boilers _ _ Mount; had trouble with aind was compelled to put back. Shortly, after leaving the British-coast encountered a ser- battled with the ies of gall cation "and that the college bt" es'tab-" lishcd in a locafity separate and al- together Hon. W. ,.T. Finlay, minister of agri- culture but did not commit himself on the question. The ques- tion of the location of'an agricultural under own steam was college is becoming an interesting l s'5hted early this morning off old one. An effort is being made to have Head and declining from South of Eurooe, became'panic- i heavy cKen were oraerea oeiow battened down. Jan. Mount Roy- reached Quee'nstown, this with -developed. The west and latitude The en- gine' room staff ultimately succeeded in obtaining a moderate supply of steam but the weather was such that was best to make for the Irish coast. The steamer was headed about and to the. many having report- ed_ that she had seen off the! American coast. Authentic news was f only received as the Mount .Royal en-j tered Oueenstown. said to be well. ifall an-d main- carloads' on tht dump. vessel j j, jiacleoti. i-s not a ic coaling point there less thank one hundred and iifty cai'-loads on the dump. requiring' any' four some companv'has stopped] A t i hauling from' the "mine at, Frank, j fiiis "run "but and All on board ar- thbir hauling- from Lills and Colcman.'1 The'Hillcrest" rrri-. rfiLL HOT mm Toronto, Jan. she lias llic best of the company a.s_tlicir conti-rict calls 'for the company to thought her husband had gone down entire output whether it is in the Mount 'thc So Mrs. Streetor, _ v _ the not cars on liaud. ih? 1S and charged to the n missing boat, rrtou i jgxgd househ o I d clothes black. She had given- up hope and was quite overcome when she heard that the vessel had safely land- ed at Queenstown: She has put off her widow weeds and cabled her congratulations. corapanv. "As A- T .1 r Sad Death cf a loung Son rf Secretary Kidd, of Canada (Special 1 Jan. pirrJT'ly of coal on jinjr jTist" before band is It-sscued, the crews recwntly j of the West taken off will be put on agym. hoitiv, his sm wcr-3 not taken off because cf the small freight traffic has re- ported around the city. the college located at Strathcona, which does not seem to meet with the aproval of agricultural men. JAPS COMING TO ALBERTA It is Definitely Announced that Land has been Purchased near Qeichen and Two Hundred of the Dark hap s will Come Out and Raise Beets {Western Associated Press.) Vancouver, Jan. Tany, a wetl known Japanese resident of Can- ada for several years, left for Tokio today, to complete f arrangements for a colonization scheme in Canada. He has purchased twenty-five thousand acres of irrigated C. P. R. lands out of Calgsry, A company is "incorpor- ated for half a million yen. Two hun- dred Japanese will be brought over to Canada. As a matter of fact, Jap- anese people wish to come to Canada and many expect to come. A com- pany is being organized in Japan'J for the purpose of starting a news- paper in British Columbia to take our side and show people here it is to thsir interest to ba friendly with subjects of the Mikado and not only them but to treat them well when they arrive. You will see that arrangements will be made for tions. Sugar beets will; be grown and government is being severely criti- cized in Japn, said Tany in an inter- view, for agreeing to limit imigration early in the spring to start opera- thousands of the better class of Jap- antse to come here arid other .parts of Canada in the near future. We wish to come here and start a vigor- ous campaign in favor of Japanese being allowed, to live here peaceably. WILL START VERY SOON Joe fell into, a -tub At oistrudion of Either the Jail or Court House PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS AT ED MQNTQN. TO BE ERECTED N THE N'tXT TvvO YEARS THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BUILDINGS ON THE The Conn House site and the use themselves willinj of the public square were the ques-I used for public to have the square the people want'-d it. After (From Tuesday's Daily.) Hou. W. H. Gushing, Minister of J Public" Works, arrived in .the city -j yesterday afternoon. Today he was j looking after official business and tonight will address- the annual'! meeting -of the Lethbridge Liberia] i ['association. wben work would be start- ed-on-the jail here, Mr. Gushing! said: "We will comerfce the eivction of the jail or court house in a short' time." i The mimstor explained that jail not 'a provincial jail in so far as it was the. prison for the entire province. The intention was to place j jails in at least-every judicial dis- i trict of the province. The one here I would, be the first.' This year his de- scalding liis arms, neck face. The little Doy's mo'ther hut set the tub on the floor, warning Joe not to go near it. went out the room and had scarcely- done sw when she heard a scream and on turning: to the room found the little chap in the He had appar- ently stiunDied and faU-en for he tC'Iiliu iyiBg- u the stul; of his arms an-tfpart of his face in the water. Dr. Lang TV as Summoned attentled to the "boy but his injuries' proved fatal and he died on Thurs- do.y night- lie was only ycara; old and was a very bright little ITis parents took the body, to Minne- apolis where it buried. Thejr have the sympathy of their many Ta- ber irieucls in their -sad loss- GOT A LOT OF MONEY Canadian Northern Has Fifteen Millions to Spend 02 Extensions HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO. 'fc'STABUSUED J867 B. E. WALKER, President ALEX. LAIRD, General Manager A. H. IRELAND, Superintenflent of Branches Paid-up Capital, Rest, 5.000.000 Total Assets, tions loomed large in the atten- tion of Lethbriclge public rm-n Mon- j creditable appearance. day night. Hon.W.H.Cushing, provin-j At the discus'sion. in -the" j cial minister of public works, was in the city, having come down for the purpose of selecting a site for the court house to he erected here. The matter was uiscussc-d by the council, Mr. Gushing discussed it buildings providi-d .further discussion, the Council pas- i.dollars on (Western Associated Press.) Winnipeg, Ifan.. Jan. was some P'artmont. would spend half a million i teamed here this morning that WiJ- buildings in the liam president of the G. they were arranged so as to have a j sed a motion saying that the Council J province. considered the square the BANK MONEY ORDERS fSSuen AT THE FOLLOWING RATES S5 and under----................... Scents Over and not exceeding SlO...... 6 cents ID cents 87 N 15 cents These Orders mre payable at par at any office in CanaJa of a Chartered Bank (Yukon and at the principal banking points in the United States. They are negotiable at to the sterling in Groat Britain and Ireland. form cxceiJeni methcd of remitting amati sums of money with safety at small cosi, and be obtained without delay at any office of the Bank with a i not on of the citizens who are wound up from the EDMONTON' RIA'ER BRANCHES LEAVIN'GS LETHBRIPGK MACLEOD MEDICINE HAT IH HAATON STAVKLY CKEEK STRATIICONA fONOKA VfiGREVrLLE INU> VERMU.1ON WETASK1W1N LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C G. K. NOURSE, MANAGER the council, land by, mooting a committee j council. j Two very distinct- opinions wer? j expressed. The minister of Public [Works made himself plain that the choice of the site was to rost with the people of Lethbridge. The Gov- ernment would place the building where, the city "thought befit. Mayor Henderson and Aid. Macbeth were opposed to having the square cut up and used for buildings, the nVayor's idea, being to have the Do- minion and Provincial Governments most j provid- j the mayor said that he had consult- j ed arrangements could be m'ade with Asylum at Ponoka, court houses NaismHh of the A, the A. K. and I. Co. rceardin" ed with R. and I. Co. as to the company's 'plot in the centre and that the vote consent, to an tixcbange of the plot in of the ratepayers sanctioned the use of the square. Aid. Macbeth' and Watson voted aguinst the motion. the centre ol the square for some other portion and had been assured that the company would no- j Aid. Adams, Hutton and Cunning- thing that waK in the interests of j horn for it. the city. They would want i.o be as-i The committee's meeting with the of was .required for -Mackenzie found big financial in- sured that any buildings erected on j minister of Public riicited the square be creditable struc- vcrv little w These included the com-! R- has returned successfully from: the normal school at Cal- i -ondon where he went-on the he land ink's st Calgary, inisSioKs; ever undertaken by Canadian railway Vil ami Edmonton i He has secured fzfteeK either the court house or a jail at j dciJars in cash which will Lothbridfre, The new Parlirment! devoted .entirely to the extension ol at wov..d not: th-.- s- lines and the improvo- be completed before four jears. i "H'lir. of rolling stock and equipment. Mr. Cushing explained that in the in tlie v-'est.. Not a dollar will days of the province great i expended east of the Great Lakes. unite large with the building city and costing erect one to ture. Council was in session a phone message 'was received say- ins that the Mr. dishing would like to meet committee from the Council to dl.itissa the site question, and a little later, Kx.-Mayor Gal- bndth and Ex.-Ald. Oliver came to the council about-tJit: maUer. Mr. Oliver told the Council that a (very little more. He did net urge j upon the committee the. granting of a siie on the square althorijh he considered it the position. Tire aitd budges. Settlement was rush- j terest also i'ar from having lost imih ing into ur.seUici} portions r.f the j iri Canada's prairie provinces 'and arc province and the Government was! prepared to assist even more thaw cou-pelled to provide the people thl- past .in the work of dcvclop- and bridge. Gre'aU-r progress j ment- Immediately. Uie effect of the trip fill be that the railroad will lose way thr: city was laid out nrevnntfd would be made with public buildings, their getting a sit..: more tlian 125 feet i uot -so money and atten- deep i'n the centra of "the city when- Morl required for the speedy construe- j the Court House ought to be. H.-. did Itinn of roads not think the mayor's supgc-stlan I of ft. union building rniK up hy ihc two Governments and the city to courthouse and fail. bridges. spot and getting matenal on the resuming business Uthbridge, he assured the Herald, branch lines and oxten-sions as would have, as soon permits. which would serve all three. Aid. Macbeli was opposed to using the. square for buildings under any circumstances. Aid. nnd Cnn- r.ingham, the remaining members of the Council's cornmittee expressed piece of land 150 feet square was ne- be n feasible plan. ccssary and that the minister would The committee decided to tnko a, and the province. rather have a site 200 feet square. In i drive around the city with Mr. Cush- j reply to the mayor's query, Mr. OH-; in% U) hunt up a suitable site if pos- ver said that tile building is reported to cost and would be a most Both would be fine credit to tnis city SIR RICHARD IS BETTER sible. Jn the meantime, the commit-i Ottawa, Jan. Richard Cnrt- .was to interview N.i> wriglit, who lias been confined to his crodiatblc bnilding. The smith of the A. R. and I. Co., io- -house for some weeks, rnent would pay for the site 'arid garding the exchange, of'the plot in i around and was ut his Trial cntarrh arc maiU-d out on by Racine, Wih. Thosa, tests ore liroxmjy to the without ft pen- ny's cost the great value of th'w scientific lircscnivtian Xmnvn to able to be here as TV, to place the building w'here'j the ecr.tre of "the square. r office this morning. cat JP1.h gists. Remedy, Sold by ;