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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta News far the Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading FALL RYE IS HEADED OUT Oklahoma City, Okla., May Toronto, June is nomin- from Colbert, Okla., near the Texan line says, fourteen persons who luid taken refuge on an island formed thj iied river are reported to have ation day throughout Ontario and as far as heard up to 2.30 this afternoon seven Conservatives arc elected by acclamation, while in six or seven constituencies Liberals have dropped Chicago, June despatch to the Kecord Herald from Laporte, Ind.J r-TC has ht'aded Out at the ......_ says Herman A. Ward, counsel for j Farm. It begins wm> agreeablc to the c, (Continued from Front Page.) TU3D LIGHTS OX ALARM BOX'liS The government gave the city per- mission to put rod lights over the ulam. On v, Guiness is allive. "We have every reason to believe that she is Kay Laniphere, held on a charge of like harvest when the grain heads T0 PAY 3tR. COJSYBEARE murdering Mrs. Guiness and her three I out. This rye should be ready to cut c. F. P. Conybeure made applica- children by setting fire to their about the mjddle of July. TT _ ,Hf Of night off Tear- Wafd 4J ALBERTA WHEAT FOR NORWAY Ition for the rerund due him on the j money paid for the laying of the Briu St. water majn. Ho put up the price of the line and the revenues de- j rived from the line were to be credit- ed to it and Mr. Conybeare repaid .when the city could afford to do so because of the consumers on the line. o ___ now. The council ordered the am- Fernie, B. C., May 26.-The most mouth, between the Dominion Atlan- morrow whkh fire in the history of Fer- railway steamer Boston and the inesc of the mgn who received a occuned last night when the Elk nsnmg scnoenex Jr'ane ot Gloucester, from Mrg Guiness as and Book Co. (temporary Mass., the schooner sank and of .the j being attended to. By the same to- .ken Aid Ives of the inactivity of the city's roller when the streets Will Travel From Edmonton to the Hudson Bay Edmonton, June first Mouni ted Police party to patrol the north! country between Edmonton and Hud- son Bay left the city today in charge Black Watch Chewing Tobacco Rich and satisfying. The big black plug. of Inspector Pellfitioiv of -Kooina. The party will go by boat down the Ath- abasca River, through Greatv Slave Lake, across the Barren Lands, and out through a chain of small lakes and rivers to Chesterfield Inlet, and thence down the coast of Hudson Bay to Fort Churchill, the objective j point. The police force, stationed at that point will be relieved and Insp. Pelletier will return to Regina with the men relieved by way of Winnipeg. The object of the trip is to secure ac- Rainfall for May" Close to 3 IncheJ The following is the weather report r the May as teorological officer-at Lethbridge. May 1 Max. Min. PrecipJ 67.1 28.0 court the union had i exceded its legal rights. home that he had killed his wife and j step children and shot himself. New York, Mav. order! 0. "TT j Crightcn was addicted io drinking Commissioner Sargeant, U S Altooaa> IUs" June in, boute when he became violent, but; of the immigration bureail are theory that the last object seenj It is not known whether he had been, report that'twelve by a "juraered pewon may drinking when he committed the act.: Chinameu who were as a Photograph negative on the re-j WOOL SHIPMENTS WILL EXCEED ALL RECORDS BY MANY MILLION POUNDS were hardening. GONG AT THE SCHOOL The Fire Water and Light Commit- tee recommended that the School Board be asfced to Instal a gong in (Westminster school for fire alarm rposes and the nre hese be placed the upper storey of the school. MOVING KSOX CHUUCH He had written a rational letter C0untry over the XadZn border Coroner streeper to have j St_ The building committee of fCnox Church asked for permission to re- a move the present building On to Duf- curate information regarding the na- ture of the country between here and Hudson Bay. Inspec- tor, Pelletaer, -upon will make a detailed report on the nature of the country and the con- ditions of the people he meets on the way. These are all Indians and Es- quimos. Steps will be taken to! see that the game laws are properly enforced in this country and for this reason this first northern police pa- trol through this country will be pro- ductive of good. No Indians will be used m this trip j the whole of the work being done by 2 69.7 37.3 3.............. 65.1 40.9 4.............. 56.1 37.1 5.............. 69.7 47.3 6 79.0 38.2 7 84.8 43.4 "8 91.8 49.9 9 54.9 41.5 0.1 10............. 54.9 41.0 O-O; 11 68.2 46.4 0.0 12.............. "64.9 43.0 0. 13 47.1 38.8 0.4 14 55.9 32.0 0.0. 15 57.3. 43.3 16 63.2 40.0 0.5! 17 62.9 40.2 I 18 19 20 63.7 44.0 68.9 41.0 I 49.9 40.0 O.o! of the Chinese were circulated at El Paso, where Fung Wing, the inter- London, May of the pledges given by Winston Spencer Churchill during his recent election Jr had been received there rrom a 2> campaien in Dundee, nas oorne York Chinaman statinc that qoick fruit, and a home role lor dered and thrown into the river. The developed photogaph the coroner says, shows a faint outane of the face -citing the: severity and long endur-j Aid Ives explained to Mr. Stafford the four members of the Royal West Mounted Police, who Compose he party. With Inspector Pelletier go Sergeant Joyce, Fort Saskatche- .aiuui-, to JUT. sianorn wan. constable Walker of Fort Sas- ance 01 the late storm which was the who was present that it was oeyonrt ,.H prefer heard a story that a telegram --i.-i.ij T. j i worst experience m the memory- of the power of the council to overrule j 01 a man hooked bearded ,the 0Mest settlers. Miles the its building bylaw and give any such Coroner says he Trill.try to find a industry, permission which would-be illegal. JU LLLU.IX JJ. UJ.U, OJJ.U. Cb A J-WJ. O JJC ill ti T 11JJ.IA (JL I Scotland" bill was introduced in the boses Containing the Chinese bv Qf the that m some .sections overj The Mayor was surprised that nfln hnr That, -t-.nctr -nroT-o Trtllr iSi C-T-I.-ITT- i._ House 01 Commons by Duncan "Vern- had been received, hut that they were dead. When this information reach- tograph. orn Piere, member for North Aber- deen this afternoon. Mr. Piere es- i j AV. -u v- t Charles L. Babcock. a secret service plained that the main the Victoria.. B. C., May lour feet of snow fell, -and that the a request should be made without his had not yet abated. -As a re-! knowledge as a member of the build- !.sult of this unexpected outbreak ing committee. Aid. Cunningham i officer and Harry S. Sisson. the in- H- Carter' M- D- was bill was to devolve to a legislative i in eharsre of tae Chinese de- body in Scotland the powers to make On the Der 7 J partment 01 the bureau 01 imigra- p laws on matters relating exclusively c, Tear Of r, A T T -J won in lork, at work on the a gin OI tms to that countrv. A. J. Baliour ob- toda thousands of aewl bom thought that the bvlaw made provi- c -P r7 Oim i perished, anj, in consequence, the sion for special cases such a.s tli s. i coinnutung an abortion have suflerecl v losses_ :Ald. Adams tho ht th me person 01 Kate Mclntosh, a 15 -n to that country A j isaiiour oo- case commissioner did of 3ected strongly but the House by surgeon. Sento votes to 102 voted in favor of allow-, ing the bill to go to its first reading, j not interfere such proyisibn. The'matter was re- shipments. It f erred to the and the. Works rity formerly to! with dfintsJ consei-vatively estimated that these and Property Committee for replv to surgeon. Sentence was deferred -until i V exceed, all prevjous records .by the committee. tomorrow m order that counsel lor _.. i j F i. imanj million pounds. This 15 owing1 aeience misht have an opportunitv La Porte, Ind., May oi a case for an a f j'ta the iact that flocks are in Daxrow and Worden, representing Garsche "who was tried jointly and are shearing 21 64.9 36.2 II 23 71.7 41.2 73.0 42.3 24............. 78.1 42.9 25 katchewan, and Constable Con way of Calgary. These three men will re- lieve the1 forces stationed at'Fort I Churchill and will remain there for three years under the charge of In- spector Moody, who the post. The men who are relieved will return to Hogina with Inspector Pel- letier. 26 97 Pemie, B. G., May ab- Kay Lamphere, are in receipt of a Carter on a charge of procuring pounds to the animal. COUNCIL-IS RIGHT A. B. Stafford for Stafford Brosl" asked permission of the council to out noon a most dastardly attempt postal card mailed in New York abortion was acquitted Judge 'A portlon "of the increase-has been! make an entrance to-the basement of was made to rape little Annie Greg- but unsigned, saying that Mrs. Gui- Lampnian. The judge held that while ICaused by :the the building they propose erecting.on ory, aged 9 years., living at Michel, ness might be found on Seventh St., there was'sufficient corroborative -vr-ilwaukee.and St. Paul exten- Round St. The applicant recognized daughter of John A. Gregory of Brooklyn. J. W. Voorhes, a lumber flence in the first instance to support WhiCh Miles a few "the city's objection to have basement that -town, by David Walker, a man dealer at Pocahontas, Kansas, writes the girl's testimony there in weeks The sheeP industry has (entrances on the street but' thought ADout 28 years of age. It appears that on May llth, a woman strikingly the second. jn his judgment I be6U helped bv.the new wool'that a lane not being used- by pedes- _ __judgment v. that the little girl, in company with resembling the- picture of Mrs. Gui- his honor severely censured the coun- .which this her brother, went over to the boaid- ness, printed in the papers, called sei for the defence upon the methods causcd to be erected at Miles City. ing cars where Walker was working at his office and solicited contribu- he pursued in that he had endeavor- nnd while there Walker gave the lit- tions for the children's home to use unlawful suasion with the; Ht boy some money to go and buy Mount Grove, Ohio. principal witness for the crown. candy and during his absence the Lamphere's attorney stated today deed was-committed but without sue- that detectives have located in Chi- cess as the little girl's screams at- a mysterious "S.H." who claims POET LAUREATE DEAD Montreal, Jne Frechette, company has trians, .the city could overrule their general principles. Aid. Ives explained to ]Mr. Stafford that the engineer must approve it if the bylaw allows hiir to do so: Mr. 75-0 47.0 43.7 42.0 46.3 41.8 0.2-! 23............. 50.8 34.5 29 72.7 45.0 30 74.1 31............. 57.2 43.8 O.ll -Totals Averages 2003.11271.4 64.7 41.0 II I MR. BULYEA AN L. L. D. j the Canadian poet laureate, died lute fetajlor4 will be advised that the Saturday night. On Saturday night icity does not .think it best to allow _______________ ___ ___ Winnipeg, June Cohen j he was seized with apoplexy, which, -traded the attention Sin- to tave seen and conversed with Solomon Salamowicsz, the two: at his advanced age, 70.. proved fatal. clair who happened to be near by, Mrs. Guiness in Ogden, Utah, six greengoods men from Philadelphia, i He with Mme. Frechette, had been and who had seen Walkei speaking to after tfle fire here which de- captured by Winnipeg police Thurs- j living for the past year in retirement, he child and had become suspicious. stroyed her home. According to Bar- da? morning are in reality two coun-jand had been indoor health for some He was arrested by Constable Bulger row and Worden "S.H." showed the terfeiters with national reputation where he found him sleeping in the detectives a letter purporting to have cording to the statement of one of the j _______________ car. Walker was brought into Fernie been written by Mis. Guinness in poace officials, and the charge ofj DROWNED AT KENORA remedy as thrt disaster ntriin freelyJKdoes sugar when added to water. Disaster, is again m working or- Andthen, vhendissolved, these poisououi wastes dcr and will soon be in pood fcealy paas from tho system. tta cause of is rone forever. There w now no tlon again. Cecil B. Smith yester- JVLY 11-17, 1908 UNEQUALLED LIVE STOCK AND WHEAT EXHIBITS INNES' WORLD-FAMOUS and HIGHLANDERS' BANDS The First Lqk1 Agricultural Motor Competition Annual Meeting df Manitoba Amateur Athletic need -no Rctuftl excuse to sniffer longer with- i We sell, and In confidence iwwBuneni tomnicncca his examination- of the power system nnrt will report to jthe, city the of action regard- ing a renewal of that destroyed by tho flood. Thousands of people took advantage of ihu opportunity offered '.today to visit the scene of the catas- trophe. Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy J, J, JOHNSON. GREAT BAND COMPETITIOJS OPEN TO ClfrES ANDTOWNS-tN THE WEST SPECTACULAR MILITARY TATTOO AND BRILLIANT FIREWORKS A A. ANDRFWS. ENTRIES CLOSE JUNE W. SANPQRD EVANS, A W, BE.LL. ITED, at Calgary, in the Province of Alberta, Administrators of the estate of the said Nicholus Enderly or to deliver to the undersigned solicitor for the said Company their names and addresses and full particulars of their claims in writing and a statement of their accounts and the nature of the securities if any held by them and such statement shall be verified .by Statutory Declaration of the claimant or his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 14th day of July, 1008, the said The Trusts find Guarantee Company, Lim: ited, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to "the claims of which it shall then have had notice, and that the said The Trusts and Guar- antee Company, Limited, will not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof to any person of. whose claim it shall not then have received notice, Dnted Calgary, this 26th day of May, 1008'.' The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, A. G. Ross, Manager. W. C, Simmons, Solicitor for the said Company. GEO. HARCOURT Deputy Minister of Agriculture (Edmonton, June 1st, 1903.) KINGSTON, ONTARI( ARTS EDUCATION J THEOLOGY MEDICINE SCIENCE (Including Engineering) The Arts Course may be taken with: out attendance. For Calendars, write the Registrar, GEO. Y. CHOWN, 3 Kingston, Ontario DON'T BUY The Material for your sfcd, barn or house untill you have seen oar Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Rogers-Cunningham j Lumber Co., Ltd. "Letlibpidgs, Taber, Magratli, Coleridge ;