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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1908. NO. 41. ROUTE OF NEW CROW'S NEST ROAD Will Go By Way Of Macleod and Pin- cher Creek Kcimonton, Alta., Jan. route of the Alberta and Southwest cm Railway was definitely anncuncec today the bill was brought ii for the incorporation of the com puny. D'Arcy Tate and others ar solutely false. The effort to drive him from public life he declared an unholy operation. Crockett of York replied to the minister and declared the government had won New Bruns- wick on the race and religion cry backed with a huge corruption fund. The government should hold an in. vestigatipn into the Mayes charges. The debate was continued by Messrs. ?ealy, Loggie, McAllister and Miller. Mr. Oliver's bill to amend the im- migration act was introduced today. It provides for efficient inspection of immigrants at the port of embarkation on ship board and again at the port of debarkation. Additional powers are to be taken as to deportation of undesirables and the period during which such may be deported is ex- tended fmm two to three years. The conduct of the service will be re-ar. ranged under a superintendent and commissioners of immigratien and in- spr-ctors will be appointed to travel and see whether conditions are as stated to the department. Tn the Senate today Senator Scott introduced a motion dealing with the reform of the Senate. He explained that it will not not be a government measure, but the result of his 34 year? experience as a member, half Tomorrow t'u- D-ik T' will present to its readers two new, and, what we are con- fident will be, welcome fea- tures of every Saturday's pa- per. One is a woman's col- umn or rather a column writ- ten by a, clever and observant one, too. This lady who will bear the pseudonym of "Anne" will deal with mat- ters of real every-day interest and her corner in the Saturday Herald will be known as "From a Western Window." This week she has a very in. teresting reference to "Sweet Lavender." Innovation No. 2 is a serial story. Tho author is Geo. Barr MoCutcheon, one of the moot popular fiction writers of the day and the story, the rights oi which the Herald has purchased is "Jane Ca- ble." WILL CHANGE THE COLLEGE SITE Alberta College Will Locate On Univer- sity Grounds Two Lost Lives In Hotel Fire Edmonton. Jan. Board of Alberta College was called to meet at Winnipeg, Man. Jan. special from Big Falls, Minn., says: "In a fire which destroyed the Audit Ho- tel and saloon here last night two men met death in. the flames and two other persons are probably fatally burned. J. J. Curley and Joseph Leblanc, homesteaders of Kaukonda, were cremated. Paul Lawrence and his wife, who ran through the flames in their night clothes, were terribly burned, and are not expected to live. j Erickson, who leaped from a J third storey window, was badly crushed about the head and his jug- ular vein was narrowly missed by the window glass which cut a deep ONLY TWENTY USED Edmonton this week for the purpose 1 gash i-i his throat. The building of deciding the future policy of the contents were a complete loss. college and the appointment of a mittee to select a "Faculty" in the- ology. Rev. J. H. Riddell. D.D., WILL DEDICATE A NEW CHURCH Anglicans At Granum Now Possess a Fine Structure Granum, Jan. Tuesday next the Lord Bishop of Calgary, formally dedicates the new church of All Saints at G-ranum. This is an entirely new parish, having onJy been formed in November last. The new church is situated in the residential portion of the town, and is capable of accommo- dating one hundred worshippers. It has boen constructed from original plans, and consists of nave, chancel, vestry and vestibule. The building Principal of the college, was also ap- pointed principal of the Theological Faculty at an increase in salary of S500 a year and with the principal the following were associated as a committee to select two other profes- sors for the faculty, Revs. T. W. Ker- by, T. C. Buchanan, A. R. Aldiridge, J. M. Harrison and his honor Judge Taylor. It was decided in view of the open- ing of the University in Strathcona and the offer road to the mines already constructed. Power is now asked f'-r operating. The act respecting constables was introduced by Mr. Cross and a second time and referred to tho com- mittee of the whole on Monday next. The only new clause of this act pro- vidos for the appointment of con- stables by the Supreme and District Court Judges, who give notice to the attorney general of appointments. Three more acts introduced by Mr. Crass were also referred to the com- mittee of the whole on Monday. These were, acts respecting uflicifi! setting forth the appoint- ed duties and fees payable to An act respecting the liability 0{ municipal and other public corpor- ations upon sold at a dis- gives corporations having POVfer to issue debentures, authority 0 3e11 the same at a less amount than by the by-law, coastitu. or other authority, and amount debt, unless said author- prohibits same, but' Savage, losing after a good game by j 3 for Manitoba, Saskatchewan and 11 The result of that game left Savage and GeOrgeson, two Calgary rinks in the final. Savage won in the last end by 10 to 9. The hardest game of the day was between Spafford and Miquelon in the first of the Burns competition. This took thirteen ends of neck and neck scoring before Miquelou's rink fell down and SpafTord's rink scored on the last stone sent down, which won for him the Burns trophy. The brewery final result between Hiquelon and Fletcher was never much in doubt, Miquelon leading- right from the start and by the time the sixth end was reached Miquelon was leading by 7 to 2. Miquelon gradually increase his lead and won easily 13 to 6. The Grand Aggregate also goes to Miquelon. with three firsts and a sec- ond. The points competition was led by Dr. Brett of Banff, and for the Green Curlers Rev. Mr. Shor-tt, with a total of 28 is in the lead- (Continued on Back Page.) MILNER WILL BE IN NEXT CABINET Predicted That He Will Be Secretary .Of State For Colonies GOOD SEED AT MACLEOD Farmers Who Won Prizes --Councillors and Trustees Away Macleod, Jan. the seed fair held here recently the fanners -of Macleod district made a very credit- able showim The seed shown was of excellent quality, being exception- ally free from weed seeds. Alberta Bed, 1st, F. A. Adams, 2nd Everett Evans. 1 Bed Fife, 1st W. J. Glass, 2nd J. Homer, 3rd F. A. Adams. White Fife, 1st David Mclntosh, Granum; 2nd, H. Mclntosh, Macleod; 3rd, N. C. O'Brien, Standoff P.O. Oats, 1st W. J. Glass, 2nd H. Mc- lntosh. Barlev. 1st H. Mclntosh. 2nd Ba- it is felt that the farmers do not take enough interest in the work done by the Department of Agriculture and siding. Walls, roof and flooring are I bridge. all trebled, with tar paper between, j After a very careful revision of the work being done the Board expressed themselves by resolution as being very pleased with the work done and and the hard wood floor is divided from the intervening tar paper by slats, forming an additional air cu- shion to secure extra warmth. The chancel is divided from the nave by rails of artistic design, the altar be- ing approached from the nave through a pair of gates- The pulpit is octo- gonal in shape, and the Gothic style of architecture has been used through- out both interior and exterior. Thej lectern and readung desks are of Go- thic design, light in structure and ar- tistic in build. The church is lighted by muffled glass windows on both north and south sides, and a colored east window has been erected In mem ory of the Into Mrs. 8. I.-. Coy by her husband. The front in style cor- responds to the other ecclesiastical furniture. The church is seated with chairs and the entire building is heat- ed by stoves. All the windows open top and bottom to ensure thorough ventilation, and on the outside will be fitted mosquito netting to prevent the inroads of insects when open. The church is entered at the western end through folding doors, opening out- wards, and a commodious porch, the entrance from the porch into the nave being through another pair of folding doors which swing both to fa- cilitate exit in case of emergency. The chancel is covered with imitation dia- mond shaped black and white tiles, and the altar and sanctuary steps are covered with carpet of flour de lys pattern. The centre aisle is covered j with cocoa matting. The vestry is at the west end of the church with private entrance leading from the vi- carage, and with an inner door lead- ing into the nave. The turret, for the management of the college. HAVE BOARD OF CONTROL IN VIEW In Action Taken By Municipal Men In Convention Edmonton. Alta., Jan. fourth annual convention of the Un- ion of Alberta Municipalities is now meeting here. It passed a resolution asking the Provincial government to amend the School Act, making school boards wanting to raise funds submit a by- law showing the current and capital expenditures. A resolution by Mayor Frost o Cloresholm will be presented to th Legislature regarding the corning rnun icipal bill, asking that it be amended so that cities would have power to construct fire halls and pay for tb same by special assessment, also pass ed. Chief Smart of CaJgary also There was a good rally of delegates to the Trades and Labor Council meeting held last night in the Leth- bridge Labor Temple, and over whom Bro. George Ingle, the newly elected president kept order. New delegates were present from the Musician's Union, Brewery Work- ers, Bricklayers and Plasterers, and having the necessary credentials were duly obligated. Under the heading of unfinished bus iness the late secretary drew the Council's attention to a report ap- pearing in a local paper on the re- cent election of new officers for the ensuing six months and contended that it was most unfair to the re- tiring officers for anyone reading the report who was not present at. the meeting would necessarily infer that the old officers failed to secure re- election, which of course was not the actual facts as all of them refused the nomination. He also objected to the statement that most of the offic- es had been "cut and dried" prior to the meeting.. "Several delegates spoke, in similar strain, and it was decided to draw the editpr's attention to the report and ask for a correction. It was al- so decided to elect a correspondent from the council whose duty, should be to take a report of the proceed- ings of the council and submit stone at ,the close of: eacfiT meeting to the SAD DEATH OF OLD GENTLEMAN on fire protection in C. M.' city en- On His Way To the States When Death Claimed Him hv the officers of the Agricultural So- J which a bell has been subscribed, is TVio ovmhiT.inns Trhifh London, Jan. in writing to the Bnily Mail, predicts .that T.ord Milm-r will bo secretary of state for the colonies in the next Un- ionist Cabinet and declares that Mil- ncr's speeches in Canada served as a public education and revived the im- perial cause "at a critical moment and upon the very eve of tariff revis- ion at Washington, thoy snvod the I immediate situation.' cieties. The exhibitions, which are got up for the benefit of the farmers also show the resources and possibil- ities of our particular districts. There fore they should be more liberally supported. JIayor Gricr and Councillor Dickson arc .it present in Edmonton attend- ing the municipal convention. Chairman Matthews and Trustee Dr. Bruce arc attending the School Trustees convention at Strath'cona. The tenders for the extension of the I Macleod powc-r station are closed and declares that Lord Mil-'the contracts for two new boil- now has special support of Cana- j crs, and one 260 k.w. generator di- da which holds casting veto on connected to a vertical Corliss whole imperial problem. engine will be awarded within the next few da.ys. Murohascr. holder or assignee of such; Tho will also this year make bond may recover fact- value and in-1 many oxtontions to their waterworks ti'-r-t samo. Tho act and will also spend from m cities i on up-to-date water system. and towns allows appeals from courts jfr.cleod electric light is giving good revision in cities or towns to be] satisfaction, in fact it has never fail- bvoupht tho district court instead of the Supreme Court Judges. The mocfodim1 appeals is unchanged. ed The same applies to the wa- terworks .system, pood snf.Jsfnrtion. which has given at the west end, and is surmounted by a Maltere cross, a similar cross ornamenting the eastern pinnacle of the roof. A handsome Bible has been, presented for che lectern, prayer books for reading- desk and altar, and five dozen hymn and prayer books .for the use of the congregation and visit- ors. The contract has been carried out for building and material by Messrs. Staples Co., Limited of Calgary, under the able and practical superintendence of Mr. Atwood of Claresholm. representing the contract- ors. The dedication sermon on Tues- day will in the morning be preached by the Lord Bishop of Calgary, the preacher at even song being the of Calgary. The visiting- clergy will include the Rev. J. S. Chivers, A.K. The death took place at the Gait Hospital at four o'clock yesterday morning of Truman Hills, under par- ticularly sad circumstances. The old gentleman and his wife have been living for the past three years with their daughter and son-in- law, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Boynton, at Ponoka. Mr Boynton is a clergy- man of the Seventh Day Adventist denomination. He with his wife and the old couple were leaving Alberta for good being on their way to visit a son in .Colorado from where they were going to Washington to locate. Mr. Hills who was 75 years of age. had a severe attack of hemorrhage of the veins lost winter, but was ex- ceptionally well all summer. The day the party left Ponoka, he was in splendid health. When they reached Calgary he complained of being dizzy but ate a heartv dinner and lunch. good paper small towns, of. Lethbridge had a paper on water supply. Mayor G-aetz, Red Deer, read a paper opening the dil- cussion on municipal government anc at the close he moved, seconded by Mayor of Macleod, that the Un- ion of municipalities submit a lution to the Provincial Government regarding the organization of the-Al- berta municipalities in a manner like unto a big- corporation, that the go- verning legislative body be small in numbers, say eleoted for two years on the merits' of the individual men and that tho term be extended so long as they render good service. The resolution carried and the conven- tion adjourned. MADE DIRECTOR. Toronto. Jan. E. Davis-, passenger traffic manager of the Grand Trunk and Grand Trunk Paci- fic- Railways, was today made a di- rector of the Northern Navigation Company, showing the intimate con- nection between the companies. WINDING UP TABER CONCERN Judge Grants Order In Con nection With Reliance Coal Co. While waiting for connections at Mac, leod. he lay down, but walked on boird the train without assistance, j Immediately after the train started j he complained of a pain in the head, j and became unctnscious in a few! moments. Stimulants were admin-j Ojl application of Messrs. Cony, istered and at Lethbridge Dr. Dean) beare Jones acting for Judgment 1 Creditors is a farmer in Cardston and has many friends in this vicinitv. Miss Gigot, aister ol C. A. Oigot, formerly manager of the Unlc-n Bunk at Cardston, was married at Nelson to F. J. P. Crean, of Ottawa. ;