Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOt I. LCTMtRIUQC, AtTA., .WEDNESDAY, JUMf 24, IMI NO. M RAILWAY TO mm MY if fc NeeM it h- U Satirfactory a day H'f Fraderick, Bortei Mid had torjr ajod iajtmtioa to ail oi tJ ufMtured are ready for delivery The (OVWUflMMt ord0nd riiM ia aft and bayonets tit than also to at Horn Eifle factory. riflea have been Lumwd io daU aad the remainder will he within a ITANOING GRAIN tor the Grain Fields Com petition in connection with the 28-The feature oP brUto, Fair the Ho'use of Commons the re- introducaon of the public laudv bill, by. the Hon. Frank'Oliver, minuter of must be.wade with )Major W B. Bur- nett, the aecretary, qn or before July 1st. This is a veiy important branch the interior, The minister- in his of the- exhibition and no doubt there speech moving the aecond reading great many entriea made the explained the every one's crop looks a little better ions' of the bill and abo dealt folly than everybody Forms for ap with tlie financing of; -the Hudson ptieation may be secured Jrow. Major Bay line' to Fort Churchill. The meas- ure was afterwards taken up in com- mittee where considerable headway was made. V Indications around theTIouse today pointed to a settlement of the deadlock the Aylesworch elec- tion bill. The Readersr held another conference during the it is reported that considerable" progress has been made. of differ- Burnett. The government aa m pre- vioua'yeam supplies the judge free of charge aad the awards are made at Fair time. MAN PUT UNDER life Unties 1 Hat it Bcr First Day's Races At Edmonton ence between the two parties it is said J are of so trivial a character that there1 is little possibility of failure in reach-' f.L.f -r rawCc mg an agreement. Edmonton, Alta., June fol of fair. was the green trot and pace. Medura- owned by PevorU, of Mr. Oliver moved the second read-1 liegina, won in two straight, heats. ing of the public lands -bill, ,which Time 2.30 and 2.31. San Toy aec- caused so last ses-J Ond and May Hail sion. In doing explained thatj The second race pace, in all about thirty-two million- acrer It took five heats to decide this race. Vancouver, Jane Mary Morrison, the eight year old daugh- ter Morrison, who was mur- dered two weeks ago at'llazlemen? this morning at Bellingham> identifi a negro, Jim Jenkins by 'name, aa the man who killed The girl had no hesitation all in de- claring that the negro was the man and in niaUng the identification com Jenkins was amated at Wick ersham, Wash., as long ago as June held as a suspect, charge of vagrancy served to keep him in jail until he 'could be conven- iently brought to Bellingham. This morning Constable Spain -took the Morrison girl to Itcllingharn und ja the county jail the girl identified the as her mother's assailant. Sher iff Williams was, the officer who in the Urst instance "caused the arrefct. Oth- s er persons who saw him today de- clare that he was in the vicmity of the crime on the day of the murder. CITY NffWt III BRIEF ORDER M MM 'otttJtBti' Knox fatbf ilipad rapidfy, ntem on job. Vaagkaa _' pi Uie Ijumbcr Co, ia la law nty from Bojse City, Mounted u-c in a ppsi- o M'getajiles und mall 7fc0ir f unions are look- tag very well. The frtaida laTlMfcb' idge will be leaded to learn tfcat .Mrs. Nt-sbitt, daughter of Cut. UcWicr, svho has been daagwroufcly "ill, is much an- CLOUD BURST IN ONTARIO FATAL Caisd tW Wreck if a Grid had been given away in homesteads There remained of unquestionably good land 175 million acres, of which 120 million had been surveyed. The Conservative government had given railways as much' as the lateral government had been able to five to homesteaders. Mr. Foster: "That includes settlers lands in the railway tMr. Oliver: It was not the policy of the govern- ment to give land subsidies to rail waya_ bui an outlet to Hudson Bay it was. proposed to put -a mortgage on' the western lands to provide a railway to Fort Churchill. Last year Mr. Oliver explained that it had been proposed to provide "for a Hudson Bay railway by a fund de- rived from the sale- of steaders under the pre-emption clause. Last year the privilege of pre-emption applied to all the west, but this year it is limited to a 'district bounded by Moose Jaw and Ca'gary, the inter- national boundary and Battle Greek. Mr. Oliver explained his posUion.'He insisted on for the construction of a Hudson Bay line, but if son Bay railway could be obtained otherwise he would not insist on" a broad or-pre-emption at all. J your bill provide for the of the Mr "Last year's bill did." A further reason waif'given for pre- emption condition by Mr. Oliver. In the section of, the covered by pre-emption 820 Is regarded, he as necessary for successful farm ing. Thus the preemption clause would make it attractive ,to settlers, especially American settlers, -lands that would not otherwise At- tract. For this reason alone pre-erap tion would be justified if th'ere-were'BO Hudson Bay railway to be built. If this bill passed, added Mr. Oliver; all land in the west would be open for Wilson, Aegiua, winning first money with r Philip W. Second and "Indian third. Time for first two" heats Unable to get the tiroe'-'of "the last three heats. The third race, i'mile running race, was won in %anu exciting by Judge -Sandfly, Clear" Lake Stables, Spokane, close .followed by Alta Spa and Colonel Brans ton, Spa beat- ing out Colonel for sec- ond place. 1.36. 'r' Jourth. race waslthe pony race run in two heats Blackbess won both heats wi'th Helt-ti and Suffolk Boy second and third respec- tively. Time by heats 28, This evening at seven o'clock the matinee races of the Edmonton Driving Club took place. Class A. by Ranger, McKenzie. Time Class B. was won by Bob Swisser. iaJtu_luiU' a market in short order. afayor ndersou is au- thority for. BtatlRartfcut. it is expect- ed thai the' market wr! ho ready, for busmeaa by August bridgebui Idem intend making the track for the of forty -five ,fcet longer, "mafciaa: two hundred and ten" tone. 7" The 'msion will be made atr the ,The Ellison -Tfilto aio running full blast Last week' the v sent a Urge shipment of flour to China. South- ern Alberta all the' wheat this firm grinds at their three mills. This Priiu ipal Hamilton on behalf of J. H. chair- jnan of the School a rd, presented to Miss JeanT Seott 'a brand, new five dollar gold special prize won by her for the.bcsi. plant at the school flower.'afepwjjk-st Friday. Her classmates in Miss Macdonald's room signified their approval by a gener- ous hand-clapping. The regular pri- zes will Jje awarded at the re-opening of school. Trait Make Big Offering London, June Pan Anfflipen. This bill will open num- bered sections which have been held jor railways.. COUNCIL CANNOT SEE ITS WAY CLEAR TO MCCT v WISHES OF RATEPAYERS THE the visits of Dr. Bryant The fact, that Mr. Cleveland remained at the hotel after it had been long closed constant reports of improvement in Grover- Cleveland was a native of Caldwell, New .Jersey. He only a common school education. He his condition were issuecl -from there. About a month ago he'had: sufficiently recovered to be taken ;home in Princeton, making the journey in an auto. -Yesterday it reported" that.-Dr. had been called to" Mr. Cleve- land's home in Princeton. Inquiries ra.'idc as to the brought a and it was not publicly known until the an- was.admitted to the bar in 185'J and practiced law at Buffalo, where he at-different times was district attor- ney, sheriff and mayor. In 1832 he clocfcd Governor of New York Stf.tc and in 1884 w'as'. elected presi- dent of the United States as a Demo- crat. .He also served president from 1802' to 1396. 2nd, Game- Baltimore 5 Buffalo.............___..'....'...I At r Newark f expenditures within the city as low detaedvin order to for htw demands ol Staihfd And whereas (he rftrst of the is (te the present vatepayen ind thieir needs Therefore be It that it is not adrisable in the opinkm of this fcy Montreal, June recount of the votes cast in the recent the St. Anns division of Montreal today resulted in TYmscy Conservative being tkclArert majority of three over Walsh, Liberal, who was declared elected hy the retwrning by a majority of eight. The Literals will probably protest the election on the ground Of irregularity. Tbc schetlulc for the. ftpals of the Provincial Association- football championship has given out: On June 30th Bankhenfl Edmonton Caledonians meet and'on Dotmnion Day, 'the Calgarj- and Leth- brkige Rangers arc oppoawnts. This game will IHJ in the aftemoon and in the wcning the winners of th; two ganies will play off. All tho clubs will he in the Tag- eant procession on Dominion Xtay FINE 'SIGHT AT ST. JOHN N. B. St. John, N. B., June 2a-At 10.30 p.m. a lirillian nieteor flashed across sky lighting up the city for a moment almost as if it was daylight. It hovered, a ball of purple light in the east and burst, making a sight of great beauty. Referee Was WeU Pleased Boston New York.......................6.8.1 ..................9.13.2 ..........-.........7.7.1 Boston New York London, June special to the fimes from St. Petersburgx says that the and British representa- tives at Teheran .have been instructed io remind Prince Zjlies Sultan of his promise of loyalty toward the prea- nt sovereign and. to acquaint him of the determination of the two powers to keep him to his promise. With the exclusion of this possible danger of civil war, it is hoped that the situa- tion will be soon .cleared. TO SEE RUINS Quebec, June Grey "and his escort now here will a visit to he devastated city of Three Rivers tomorow. Premier Gouin will also bo there. COUNCIL LETS CONTRACTS JANSE BROS. McDONELL WILL DO THE STREET G RAD ING-CAL- GARY .FIRM TO CONSTRUCT CEMENT WALKS Tories Did Not Like Result covneil that the petition the ratepayers of Siafert village grantcxl at this time and that thei so advLie ibe over-j went on the rocks on the north shore seer of SUford viltafe. of Lake TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF Hewry C. Bain, 20 years, was carried over Horseshoe Falls at Nia- gara Falls. Ont; sail boat tip- set. Ceo. Dean, aged 17, was in toe Hmnber river, Toronto, white govcmniont stonmor Cornwall, Juno hns hecn entered against, the action of< Jixlgo O'Reilly in the Stormont re- count the allowed the ballots in txvo polls to be count- ed when deputy returning ofTicers nesf- tectcd to tho numheretl stubs These two polls 11 for the LNw- from the ballots, give a majority of B. Moir, oi rrr'6r0s the Medicine llat-Lethbridge lacrosse game of- tho- 16th, in h'is report to the executive stated that "the game was one of the cleanest lacrosse games I have ever had the oppor- tunity of witnessing or refereeing in Albertat aa there was only one pen- alty inflicted and that only for mhsutes. teams V think are to be con- gratulated on the clean" game they played nnd the good game they play- ed so early in the season." The play in Medicine Hat on July 1st, leaving here on June 30. Jt is to be hoped that everybody who is interested ,in the game will turn out to give the boys practice and 'get them into shape for the game. The old warhorses should get into the game to give the The contracts for the street grad- ing .and the construction of the ce ment walks were awarded last night at a special meeting of the council. Jansc Bros, and MacDonnell, who nave contract ior ihe Cunningham stated that the faulty sidewalks in Calgary were due to the interference of the city engineer who wonm not aow contractors to nl Cart, and if thoy clement ntid are thrown out -Mr. Mittigan, j WuH exercise. Turn out, Lcthbridge cut-off, were awarded the former contract againat two compe- tiiors, viz., C. S. Borr.p and Cazier Bros. The successful tenderers ex pect to put sixty or seventy teams on in a very short time and complete tlvj work speedily. There .were five after the job of put- ting in the cement walks, Marshall, Batcholler and Skarin, of Calgary, the successful tenderers, Tiffany of Calgary, Navin Bros., of Medicine Hat, J. Gunn Sons, of Winnipeg, the bridge contractors, nnd J. M. Oldham, of Lcthhridge. The figures of the winners nnd Navin Bros., were very close. Both wore lowor than the bids on same work la t rOt by will elect hody. In the course of the discussion Aid. put in the expansion joints they want ed to. 'And he got iired on the head .oi remarked the Mayor. "You had better look out for your But the engineer came right back with the statement that the uneven- ness of the crossings at OJgr.ry 2.r.d other .defects had been due to the officious interference of some of the "If any alderman tries to interfere with Uiia fOauniaking, you phone for the returned the Alderman amid the laughter of the Council. "You Ix-t, T promised the engineer. Marshall. Batcheller and Skarin ex- own on. the job in a few days and will start is over.