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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta REST IN INDIA Sip far. Dr. Mday EAST IS A WAKENING 4fai fees AfruJ to WiA iir WOOLFOW) RE-ELECTED Jan. election of officers for the A. F- 'A. for the en- suing year resulted in the re-election by acclamation ot Joshua Fletcher, of Ellerslie, as president, and Thos. H. Woolford, of Cardswra, as president. The directors elected, were: For Northern Rice and Sheppard. Strathcona, Janiieson, Rider and Ballam, Vegreville. For Southern Je- liff, Cardston; Olds; and Carswell, Thfe legislative" committee of Messrs. Wellbur, Sprucegrove, Je- liff, Cardston; and Govenlo'cli, Kllers- lie. Market committee of .Messrs. Heth- ershaw. Magrath; Bower, Ked Deer; and Vegreville. new The Alberta Homestead, a weekly started by -SaVulrday. Publishing company, has been TRAINS AGAIN IN THE SUMMER Toronto, Ont., Jan. there unrest in India is stated 'Dy Dr.' Mackay. secretary" of the Jpresby- Missionary Society, who, iias-just returned after a year} selected as the official organ of the and a half, visit'" to the east- It is A. F. A. fdt everywhere, it is 'talked every-1 -where, and it is the caus? oi much mnxiety, however Britishers may to up their courage. It is jwiojjher phase 01 new light tiurt is j stirring in all the. east, India for; China foi; Chinese "and Japan for Japanese. Great Britain) as educating- India _away from colon- ial.up to mdependen-t state and it ought to be sakl Britain, is doing it j The Japanese great; influence iii a1! the ease, even in In-j dla., but Japan cannot control China, f Chinese hate the Japanese, and S the' fact that they "do not resist the j- Japanese Aggressiveness is duetto tha fact that they are afraid. Tjfccjy arc to stand-up for -their right irhan -they day conies -will f struggle-anks3 -Japan modifies j sr policies.- .JUL_'' -r TAUKD ON IRRIGATION Sone New Onset ii Hw. F. Olver's Bill SUPPLY OF WATER Uvovtert Cabcfef fed ul Maj A (Western Associated Press.) A THIRD CANDIDATE There is a strong "possibility of there IxAnjf a third candidate' in the nVhi.for .tha federal elections. A member of'tlw> executive of the and Labor Council informs.the Her- ald -that the Dominion election or- ganizer who isi organizing every pos- sible constituency for the forthcom- ing election will be in the city about the eighteenth of the month to or- ganize the labor men of the Medicine Hart, riding and U possible- to make arrangements' lor the placing of a candidate in the field opposing C. A. ifagrath. oss amount to- remark- of the Spokane Service io De Re- smsed Mines Will be -v Re-openel CARDSTON RESOLUTION Railway Rates M Braci m Jtat Rates Orer all Railway Lines Daily.) (Fjam Medicine Ifat. Jan. Su Price and officers oi the division of the G. P. B. met jid "Wednesday in the I dry hail. -They discussed tha ciivis- ional organization, the best methods to-adopt 'to avoid accidents, the handling of, fast freight trains, the of C. L. freight ship- ments, the unnecessary use of tele- graphs and. various other 'important subjects. This aftc-moon wound up -with a discussion on the fuel consumption, i The nremier replied that he did domestic was fatally turned. not think Mr. Sifton could be J derstood as giving a hid I only expressed his opinion. j 4? ilr. ilonk inquired if Air; jSiiton had a leter to any member of tht- British government.' The premier saidj "Does the hon- jourable gentleman did I" give him a letter of Mr. JMonk, "Yes." The premier, "I have no objection i these upset in ths mad rush of j opera house was a blazing furnace. to saying that I did give him a let- j J? The premier L. Borden that the government was iware of the possibility of another Jaflux of life others was ranch .south i cessary to permit construction, it j was within their rights to dictate such terms as would adequately pro- j i i j. it j it i_- i i. i i Frank policn detachment. Sergeant tect them and the object of the clause captured Monday at of was to limit the rights of irrigation Haslctt hoard that Mullen '.ras in the lUfford Lads Charged With Heft of Qnfte j conflicted 9 I o-n a Sum of Money (From. Friday's Daily.) Two boys !x-l onging; to S-tafford m.c.pal anv -m j McCarthy, Calgary. i others'criticised the bill. The former refen-ed to the recommendations ton, and G. tJ- Brj-an of Calgary wiU give Education and tbe Teaching of Pa- triotism in the Public Schools. The affairs of rural schools receive par- ticular attention and it is -to ,be hop- neighborhood sent Constable ed that a large number of the coun- j try village school trustees will be present. "There will be" a series of: addresses j on Hural School Problems including} the Advantage of the Yearly .School I celved. a to wire He re-' from the constable Borden and evening- announcing the cap- jture. Mul'en was taken to Pincher n -_ Mr .or A are m th, Barracks., having1 beea t maae bv the union oi Alberta muni- case of muaicipal.'- boundaries room t i -n tvtii, of Russel Souse much to last "mffbt Constable Gillespie. '4 v. oi mucn to i t' as to include the district :n which alarm of the guests. It was put befoTC much damage was doue. The one, Arthur Stieber, is- a Swede, and the "other, Willie Tortorallc, is Italian. Juries by being struck by "reversing of aerial ladder. STRIKE PAY INCREASED ongmal George Parker had V boys it seems, broken and sustained otner in- to Evangelist' 6 o'clock evening-. Whiie Mrs. Evangelist was out of the house -for a minutes. the boys made a search of tha place and found S92 be- longing to-Evangelist in a trunk, belonging to Joe Da Denote and S3 to Joe which was in the clause can only refer to the commis- sioner of irrigation. Section ''twentymo' inake' -of certificates of authoriia'tion depend- work had commenced. Hon.; Oliver Mng: obtained to think jnumc-pal-Ues from the commissioner to- construct making (Western Associated Press.) Toronto, Ont., Jan. execu- "trre committee of the international association of machinists has no- tified the- striking members of the or- ganization in Toronto that the strike pay -would be increased to for .angle men .and for manned men. Hon. Oliver said it might be a serious matter to interfere too much with some large irrigation projects now under way. He .thought the clause as framed would meet present' requirements. Ko immediate diffi- pockets of clothes hanging1 in the i room minutes after -the boys t left Mrs. Evangelist 'looked for the i money and found that it was miss- culty was in eight and it "might be well to wait and see the trend of cir- cumstances" before doing any more. Mr. McCarthy expressed the opin- g. She immediately reported ion that the bill should not be pro- ceeded with until the minister had HOVA SCOTIAN TO THE FRONT Halifax, Jan. Ross oi Nova Scotia, has been appointed president of the university of Missouri. police who in turn tohKConsta- i lurther communication with the Al- to look out for'tl'e bovs I, Vi. I berta union Jn a short time he had i.. i I-tft quoted a letter from the see- jthem-'locate-l in the Coalda'e Hotai. I t _t._ti__... i.retary of hl in the 'citv. U-y, the young Swede, who is-only fourteen, denied -the theft, but th.2 Italian., who .is fifteen, admit- jled taking and j i Steiber half. About was f.ittnd I on the boys. Ix'-sittes a ticket r ir 3Tt- j jdicine Hat and some cigarettes] which they said they had purchased j i in the vMbt-rta Cafe. The lads j locked up in Barracks. i WINNIPEG WHEAT MARKET t.n thit it j considered the legislation suggested I did not meet all requirements. An entirely .new bill was and tit was particularly important that jit. should not be rushed .through the House. Minister Oliver expressed his willingness to let the bill stand over but opined that the clause pro- tecting municipalities should not be weakened. McCarthy said his ideu was not-to reduce but. rather .to extend the powers of municipalities. r, iran., Jan. Xhe bill stands over for the pres- to a splendid start this j ent. morning. Tt opened away up but the! It is pronosed to amend the nres- Charms the Charmer For the fair have the fairest or- .ever made in Gold and Sil- ver that will charm the fairest charmer. Presents for .tier that will make her think tenderly of the giver lone after the present bestowed. We have, in advance was not held and a break commenced riirht after -the opening Cables wore ami this was pro- hably responsible for the early spurt. Dispatches Chicago Indicated selling took place this mominjr. Heavy receipts in.Minnea- polis and a drop in -demand for-rush wheat weakened the situation, there "jehort, a great and glittering variety the market was vcry weak. ac- of beautiful Kings and Watches, tion of the marlocts was narrow how- Chains, Charms, Bracelets, Hair''and Throat Ornaments of pretty and ex- elusive designs. Also Silvcr-Platcd and Coffee Services, Knives, Spoons, etc. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. BELL PIANOB and the trade light. Closing prices were only about a quarter of a cent of! from yesterday.. Wheat Jan......................... Feb.'.................. K094 Mny 1.16 J July 1.1831 open close 09f .1.09} ent act -so that persons obtaining wa- er for irrigation have the right to use it for domestic purposes. Sales of water may be made under the li- purposes, this formerly was included in domestic, now industrial purposes. Section eleven was amended by works across road allowances and surveyed public roads, "raised the question V of commissioner again. This section is amended by making authorization of municipal ties necessary to cross roads and pub- lic-places. The section is added to cover cases where not deemed advisable for the sale or water "to railways or factories worked by steam.- J. H. G. Bergerson attempted to get a statement from Oliver as to .whether the government was enter- ing the irrigation business, citing the United States as-precedent'. R. L. Borden asked if there was 'sufficient water in the west to irri- gate lands needing irrigation. Hon. Oliver replied that the gov- ernment had" not decided on a pol- icy of irrigation. Irrigation in West- ern Canada in the experimental stage it.would be wise to see if the experiment was sucessful before j IN THE ARMS OF THE POLICE Han from Irvine had I S. Mackenzie's Articles in His Possession (From Daily.) John Brown, who to from Inrine, Alta., is safe in- hail the arms of the police, simply because a slick game didn't work. Yesterday- there Avere several papers stolen from a suit case belonging to T. S. McKenzie, of the 0. W. Kerr Co., while it was in his room in the' Lethbridge Hotel. Among others a certificate of stock for but be- cause of the company's declared di- vidend of fifty-five per cent., Ms worth about arid several cer- tificates of stock in the 0. W. Kerr Co. While Mr. McKenzie was in his snop. Mr. on government owner-1 office, unaware of the theft a fellow came in to try and "cash in" the Oliver said the government was collecrins data as to the'water bought it from a' man-for ?30 who certificate saying that he had supply .would, lay the informa- tion before..the house if desired. Eon. G. E. Foster criticized the de- lay, declaring that ten years in collecting, water supplies of the west were passing into private bands and unless the government acted soon, would be too told him it was worth and that he could cash it at the 0. W. Kerr Co. office. Eecoer.iziDfr his the owner kept hold, of them and escorted the riian to the police station. He brought this morning but was remanded until Wednesday. The. .'urntar and forest the meantime he is in durance-vile. providing that rights to water prant- t-g preservation were in reality one prob- lem and it was high time that the government made ,a thorough inves- t-i-rntioii and settled 'unaer tne act snau not aepnve any person of the use of water re- quired for preservation of life or pro- perty. ".'Section'.fifteen'-.was amended to pro- vide that permission from mynicipal er provincial authorities must be fil- 1 10 with the cofnmia.sionftr instead of 1.18} MtNAUD'S I.INTMENT JDIpHTUEBf A.' application for permission. It is evidently intended, that this shall re- fer to the commissioner public works in the North-Wwt. ibough under ticn two the inlerpretatien ol the The rest of the day was spent in committees r' supplies. The opposi- tion criticised Hon. Brodeur for his 'expenses'. occurred in his trip to the Imperial conference. Foster said no man could spend four- thousand dol- IOTS.. IcffitliJijtcly on such a trip. Mr. Brodeur explained his expenses in connection with' his examination of ice breakers of the old world. The opposition even then thought them too Minard's Liniment Co., Limi-Uxl. I have used your HTN- S LINIMENT n'or the past 25 and hnvf nccasionn.lly other- lintrnent I have neve1' tha can solely say wi to If haled k hands and in never 'ail to cure cold in ilVc head r.i ;twcnly-four hours. It', tbe best for bruises, sprviias. etc. truly. r. a. LESLIE. thvrl.rno'Jth The Material for yenr shed, or house Bntill seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet i f x Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in Rogers-Cunningham Ltd. later, Stirling, Raymond, Maptli, Coleridge Two roller A Good Half-Section OB Easy Terms ______________ i W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in PHTIH LandB and Lethbridge Fiope'rtiei. fiovihard Block, LethbridKe, Pbone 1 ;