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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta cvA' VOL I. AMERICANS TO HOT OF Wl Thabid T -v tapisesDpfcn Law k Cawed New Ypxk. June Authority quired by 'the Rational AaeoeUUon ol Theatre Prefacing, Hanag era, whieb now" includes' practically aJ} the prom- inent in all btuineag, u exemplified by the a which AT OACE BAY body ol Oatat layv JMM fuiiy 14th WM fouad laat in the hariwr. An autopny to- day diacioaed Cact that hta neck waa were found over the ttiomarti la. vhfcK there no water, laading to thr( conclusion that murdar commit Hd. At 8 o'ctoek 'Another roae to MM amrfan and identified Cltf ford Murphy, of, Halifax, who peared February 2VU, after getting pay. waa broken in Uw ew. Autopay being held. will the Donunion of Canada a field for theatrical enterpriaea unleag (Certain, coaeeftBioiu an made before May, re- cite a -Jong Hit' of the profitable of American theatrical" enterpriseV" in, Canada though -that country'- u mainly de- pendent for theatrical entertainment on 'the manager! and producers of the United The chief drawback isjhat ajjlay copy righted here and in Great Britain is public property in Canada unless also specially copy- the .copy- right law of Canada covers all other! sorts of work 'specially without men-1 tioriing dramatic productions. The laxity the law results in numerous piracies. The resolution- provides for the complete of all Canadian, towns unless the copy- right laws are amended by May 1, 1909. _ IAD STORM AT SARNIA Saroia, Got., June thun- der and wind storms paaied over this place lut nig tit. The plant of the Standard Chain Works, a new indus- try here, was completely destroyed with a large loss, the roof and aides of the building being blown down. No one was injured. EXTRA SEAT W i: SASKATCffiWAN I Wl kc IMWI is Dick if AbU York, June H. P. Bel- mont dieds at Ws kat Jffemp L. I., this morning. wJtfc was th'e mother of 'the Duchess of Marlborough'. FLOOD SWEPT STABLES AWAY Ik Cuiera finch Carried Awiy _ inontV TABERNINE THE i, Jung. seat "was added to-the list ,in redistribution this afternoon, and named Buck Lake. is -Prince Al- bert, Rosthernf HcdBerry and Saska- toon seats and ia 'added to allow Prince Albert seat to remain aa at change will made in eastern seats provid- ing for .two' main line seats at Broad view Wolscley instead of one main line 'seat south: "'The dividing line between Woleeley and Broadview through the middle of the township. mem- bers asked that this be placed on range line'but the premier" would not consent "and that The flood of last week played havoc with the buildings on the Cameron ranch. J, D. Fuller, manager yf the ranch is m the city having been com- pelled to in here in order to dry to live. The buildings on the ranch, aa most people know, -are located on thu Belly River facing the Little Bow. The water rose so rapidly tha7 it drove the occupants of the ranch house up to higher ground, where six years ago the flood did not reach., They did not stay there very long, as the water advanced so rapidly, that they had to move their effects farther away from the eventually came into "Lcthbridgc Mr. Fuller says that the water this year was 18 inches higher than it was six years The flood carried away every house and stable on the ranch except the main house. One" of -these buildings was a: stable-erected in 1884. The water ia'the "river" continues to fall. rapidly and "will soon be at its regular size. Itr, Fuller's figures of height of water are_borne out by the record at UTS. .Win. Stafford's residence. In 1902 the 'water came within throe in- hes of the level of the floor but this ear the-water was fifteen inches deep NO. 112 W ESCAPE battle irrimntHHf, nau a narrow eg- eape in Portland harbor yesterday. were engaged ia the' Kingston flooding vhka taally icfusocl to close, veaja) bflfaa to fill mpidly, iag heavily to Mm hoard, and it was necessary to call for the ottagtt. were quickly train ed to, the port in order to store the of the warship. Biv and pumpe set to work as speedily ast poaaihlu under supcr- intendcney of Admit al Lord Charles lieresfftrd aad Jtfaily the leakage'was stopped. The vcvcl .still has a heavy Jist but daagerVji sinking has been "averted FORGER AS WELL BIGAMIST Taber has a ball players that wilt take a whole lot of beating IB the game last night they defeated the locals although outbalted almost two' to one. for tncmj tcUm play "but did not good work as the local who got out of boxes. Even as it was the locals would have won if it had1 not been for the stupid as directly respon- sible for two runs. The fielding on sides was sharj' and there, being able excuse nearly'every error Lethbridgc went nings with the score" them. first man up, went out pitcher to first, Barber singled, and Robinson was the'bases. It was -up .to Kenny. He laid a beau- tiful Uunt. -Barber was hone as SOOD aa he hit it, Clark followed and Ken- ny, was safe. .The crowd was wild. Robinson, however, got caught at the -plate short Pul- ley's fly to centre ended the bait game seen on the grounds this year and many declare it to test there. The. score Taber Stocks p. Wing p. K. Lee Ib. Lcssard r.f. N A. Lee, c. Johnston 3b. Edwards: 2fe Walker s.a. Barton l.f. AB II RiPO A E 5031 4102 4 6 213 4 IB 0 1 '8000 0 3 1 0 0 O 0 0 the said line was run-through the township to permit his party friends having a fighting chance m the dis- tricts. i j In committee on town bill J. H. Wellington, member for'Moose Jaw city, succeeded in convincing the gov- ernment that the care of the indigent be charged on-towns ra- ther than Jhospitals and had an am- endment put through fixing the am- ount which towns shall tals for the care of mdigents at 75 cents per day. Langley thought' in spite of the fact that there were cha- rity hospitals were, making money as some-charged as high as f3 pef dayvfor Ellis ven- tured the assertion that there was not_a hospital in Canada outside of private institutions that 'was paying ita'way. 'People who> can- not be turned away and-there were more patients who cojrid not pay hos pUals than any other. Sanderson that MeUprt Hospital was kept poor to pay doctor's bills for patientjT wKo could ford to do so. Judging from the amount of com- mittee work, being put through, the ion "is within a few days of its closing. The liquor license bill pass- ed, throagh "committee today and was reported for the third reading. The qavstion oC the sale of liquor in drug stores should be allowed to sell H- in drug stores was brought up by Bole, who claimed- that drug stores should be allowed to sell li- as far as "the bridge ovcr the St. Ma- y's_River, four miles fioiu Oardston is damaged moie than was bought and will orobably take six weeks in' repairing. The Co. are to- day putting m a siding on this side f the river and a stage is to lie run. over the five miles of road to 'and rom Cardston. Ifo trains have been sent out over the south line as the service at a ines, there having suffered very3 A -work train and a pile went out to Milk River morning to put in a new bridge Ke old one being half a mile down 34 2 3 t 2 2 1 1 1 (i 010 qwor, aa ..beverage but for roe? 52712 3 Lcth bridge- Ilouk Pulley c.f. Brandow c, Moore l.f. Barber, Clark p. TJobinson 2 ABR'HFOA E 5-011, 5 O 1 1 o oia 0 1 9 00 0 0 t1 0 O 0 1 a o 10 6 1 1 1 dkinal Mr. HaulUin said was improved with the argument the point of view of convenience Ht-iaataacsd tte case of medicine for horses, which had fre- quently been referred to in the dis cufwon. He favored giving the right to sell atooaol in drag stores wnti thc'teai oytton bylaws passed. Dr KHis' aad Argue spoke jn favor o io iveterinnry gur to prescribe Bol asked that the. section should stasxl over an amendment was drafted parlor. A. K. 1. aie i tinning trains J. L AsAram, Brodrie SchMl itor, CMS LIBERALS WIN IN NORTH BRUCE PROBABLE (MSB IN My far (he Catties Kingston, Besides being a J.' E.I Anderson, who wai sent to -the penitentiary for 7 years is a forger. He secured appointment Burbridgc, in charge of the overnment telephone service yester- day succeeded in getting7 the line con- nected to Cardston and his entire dis- trict is in shape again. The ioe between ,this city and Macleod is juried in tea-feet of mud ia the Bel- ly River near Macleod and it may be some dajs before the service Is avail- able. The C. P. R. expect to have their bridge ovelr the Belly 'River in shape Lo_run the regular trains over the lines west tonight. The Macleod tick et game was spoiled last night, bag- gage being checked through to the destination indicated by the ticket, j Trains weift over the bridge "at High Rivei yesterday for the There are hundreds of acres of land' under water still along the C. fy E. Michel, B. C., June: nged two and four years res- pectively, children of John LatzcO; a Slavonian minor, were drowned this morning in the Michel river near town. They left home about eight o'clock this motning and were'play: ing near the when est one tumbled into the raging tor- rent. The oldei one- attempted to save her little bister and they both lost their lives. A_small boy saw the accident and reported the news H' Ksh to. the .parents, though a' number mon went to the river'.to-.try. If siblc to rescue llic little girls and parties have searched for miles down the river but bodies have not been rocovcrcd. PAT MULLM GOT 20 YEARS FEAR ANOTHER FLOOD Helena, Mont., June lO.-After three tried in the weeks of rain, causing greatest floods in the history of Montana, the wea- ther tamed warm yesterday .and it is feared that another rise in the riv- ers and streams will occur. The snow in the mountains is several feet deep C.. -June case Mullen, charged'''.with murder- ing AngcUo Orlando of Michel, laat here, Saturday. Evidence was .tender ed'of Mullin's flight after the alleged murder and his Great Falls Mont. The evidence of different wit- nesses -ns being t-ye witnesses Of the shooting, which occurred at a dance and when it starts to melt it will WnS very clcnr the fire insurance redaced 10 cents per f 100.00. There will be no reduction on current poli- cies now in force. DEPARTMENTAL EXAMINATIONS Examinations for Teachers' IHpIo- mas .and University Matriculation "will held from July 4nd to July lOUiv at the following centres: Cal gsry, Cardston. Edmonton, High Riv- er, Lacombe, Lethbridfe, Macleod, Medicine. Hat, Olda, Red Deer, Strathconn .ind Candidates sit other points are be- ing advised reg.irdinf the. centre at which they are to present for examination. The oftcial time tabfe will be issued in a few days. Kohlcr, Liberal, A. W. Nixon, Conservative, Hamilton, A. Studholm, Independent, 121; W. Hamilton, Hon. J. .S. Hen- dric, Conservative, N. Hastings, J. W. Pearce, Conservative, 900; E. Hastings, A. Richardson, Conserva- tive, 500; W. Hastings} J. W- John-- son, 150; C. Huron, W. Proudfoot, (Liberal 150; N. Huron, A. H. Musgrave, Conservative, 150; S. Huron, H., Eil- ber, Conservative, 400; E. Kent. P. H. Bowyer, Kent, Gr. W, Sulman, Conservative, 200; V "MVvgKtrt 300; Kingston, W. F. Kickle, Conservative 400; E. Lambton, R. J. McCormick, W. Ljimbton, Hon. W.J.Hanna, Conserva- tive, N. Lanark, Dr. R. F. Pres- ton, Conservative, Lanark, Col. Mathcson, Conservative, acclamation; Leeds (in J. R. forgave 1, Conservative; (in -T. G. Ciirscallen, Conservative; Manitou- lin, Carney, Conservative, 7W; Lin- coln, Df. Jessup, Conservative, large majority; Hon. Adam Beck, Conservative, Middlesex, Geo Necly, Conservative, 300; N. Middle- sex, D. (Liberal 150; W. Winnipeg, June J. Hill, chair man of the Great Northern railway, hns announced to the Associated Boards of Trade Qf that us soon as the gaps to British Columbia arc closed and a line is built to .Calgary, it is the intention to extend the Great Northern from Winnipeg to Calgary and through northern Saskatchewan, and Calgary. YODNG WOMAN UNDER ARREST Last evening.the crowds of people on the main street of the city wit-1 jfew York__ BASEBALL RESULTS E.I rvo-i iuj.vit At" R.H.E. Baltimore.................___.5. .5 (12 At Providence.....................5 Jersey City.....................4 At Buffalo..................___.. .0.2.1 Montreal........................3.2.0 At Toronto .........................2.5.1 Rochester.......................1.4.1 NATIONAL: At Cincinnati .5.9.1 Boston At St. Philadelphia ....___..........7.12.0 nesscd a distressing nothing less than two policemen tak- ing a drunk -woman to the Madge Rogers, a woman who sight, it beingjpiUsburg New At Chicago States with one TCose, a professional! s it happened a young! woman in to'wn won Rose's j anections, so Madge got mad, filled up with fighting and proceeded to comb her rival in the rooms over the Bijou. The police were sent for but had a hard tussle getting her to ihc cells and not before the funiUiire of Ihe place was about demolished. This mornincr she was fined S10 and costs or two months in jail, the sen- tence being suspended on condition that she get out of town. The police wfrc subjected to consul, crable censure hist night for taking- Middlesex, J. C. Elliott, Liberal, tnc W0mfin down the mnin street in- Mouck, Jas. A. Ross, (Conservative of getting a hack or taking the Back AMERICAN: At St. St. Louis Washington ...................3.14.2 At Chic.igo...................____10.14.1 Philadelphia....................0.4.3 Detroit- Detroit.........................3.0.2 New York ..'.....................5.13.4 At Cleveland.....................15.14J.5 Boston .6.13.3 back streets. Rev. W. W. Abbott, of Elkhom, elected president of UMJ Saskatchewan conference, and Uev. S. T. Robaoc, of Melita, secretary. t ;