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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SHERMAN HAD A SEAT IK THE LEGISLATURE EUonujion. Fab. ac- debato in. committee on Act the Bulletin LUM3ER LIVl.S SSHLERS 27--5 v questions of 'vostern interest answ- in the House of tcnioou acta "of violence. They believe the' Japanese will aid them >.v if they should engage and sf so what action had been _ i .tingiana ana taey be to take in refer- in war with came through his explanation of an item of one million, two hundred thousand 'dollars for the construction. Ttw judging of vho poulny show hus completed 'us -per the list of awards given below. Some exhi- bits made particularly good Knowing. J. C. took a prixd with ,evory bird he exhibited and .in eoine classes hud strong competitors. Eden Poultry Farm took eleven firsts of the twenty took prizes. The exhibits weri> r i v ly in- thw heavy classes. Mr. Cook was f ,so the special prize fo' the best display of poultry. was strong compe- tition among the Plymouth Rocks, and It was with great difficulty that that. Judge Longmoiv made his de- cision. Orav of, Calgary captur informed that the mea sure under question had been a. priv- ate baing rapidly up. 'Action would bill concerning Edmonton City; it had coma- up in the earlier of the Legislature, and that pri accorded the various Jawyers 10 speaJc was afterwards pronounced and had not -occur- red Since then city solicitors who had to be consulted on, munici- pal- scatters before "tne house were gi- ven, scats on the fioor-of'the House, butt wtifc part had 'been called in and replaced by other :e Boss phone lines in Alberta "and to reim- burse general revenues account for money already expended. The Bell Telephone Co. in Alberta possesses a long distance line from Qn_ j Cardkton via Lethbridge and Mac- eleven years' ago he did not known burglar was shot and killed to Edmonton, with exchanges here morning by Thomas J every place pertinent propose fiice to this matter. Hon. A. B: Aylesworth's reply "WAS to the effect fact.tlaatj spoakmg outside the! this was'a'rnattor in respect V.ArwU nnXW.Arf Q' Vl ft A tH a debt which had been paid more consider farther action necessary. KILLED THE BURGLAR The minister of interior in- iormed Dri Reid that -the' 'department lad received complaints that 'the tim- ber of Porcupine Hills in Alberta was Robinson, a young farmer who found Thf. Preffiif ajso an ap- the house of Wm. Jwik. Propnation for five thousand dollars at present- i, visiting meat industry investigation. This _ _ .__ js Tint n fommiRRinn mit thp enx-M-n- When requested to drop the bundles in his possession the be taken to preserve the timber for use' of settlersi The premier told Major ion that it was true that target pra.c- not a commission but the cient will employ' two or three compe- burglar threatened to shoot.Eobin- son. The .latter secured the help of three companions whom the burglar also threatened, whereupon Robinson tent and a to man re the. establish- of a anl industiy nnd if establised with the Boss ride had oeen 'j ired with fatal, results. by. the. N." W. ia the discussion. :The latter .was ag-1 Winchester and othe: jdnst pariiamentary rules. idea Thf> nrtvjipp-f nf a, nn floor them for a later ii-sue of the Eos; r. at seat on --the. floor of the house was then twccorded by the- House to any- labo.r delegate j whom member -a-ould care to have Kim to-aid Jhim: Robert- son had. no on.-whom he cai-ed-'to call. Mr. rising promptly said: them for a later oj rifles. R. S- Lake was informtd that H. J. Oberly, of Prince.Albert had been em- ployed by the department as a guide and interpreter and had received -590 in poyment of also, secured an THREATENING LETTERS RECEIV- ED, BY MAYOR ASH DOWN, OF WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Feb. "Ash- down has been in receipt of a .-num: her of threatening1 letters, in one of will assure success. During his. speech the Premier, paid a, high tribute to the civil service of Alberta and the registry office' staffa, the latter having ranch better 'showing than even the older province of Manitoba and shows a much larger surplus. Free common .school readers will Last nightV Mr- Folcy gave an ex- hibition the correct method of plucking a bird.' Ily, tried bmvely to give a few words of cxplahaYidh but the, loud, T voiced, of the tne victim too much which the sender threatens to rblow j 02 furnished, the pupils of the pro- services. Mr. Lake up the razor's palatial residence on j vince the cost price of which to the order of the House j Broadway if the demands were Premier rsaid; was "Mr. Deputy in -view of "reams showing the approximate accetied "to. -The letters have Manitoba had "paid for ruling" and the s-trong- desire oi j area pf Dominion lands dispos- j the member, for- -High 'River -to see government in i'fanitoba, i some-labor delegate on. floor of Alberta and Saskatcliewan between j the House, I would Frank j 1 1896 and June 30, 1905, and Sherman; as representative "o? one of j distinguished between lands for agri- nhe L-j-gest labor unions in 'the 'coun- cultural purposes, grading, irrigation, try, be permitted to take a seat be-'r beerr made as yet. police but ao arrests years. A set costs the government a a "cent dollar ________________ and, will be the best class- of readers PROPOSED "THAT ROUND THEJ011 the continent of America. The wolf "bounty-Is fixed at and coal and also from July WORLD .AUTOS FOLLOW AN- OTHER'COURSE side any member of this Ho'use- iie has not asked for tbis favor, but. I request he be allowed it. In doing- so I desire to 'object further to the attitude df the member for High Ri'c'er In posing as a would-be "cham- pion ot some whom he hopes trill feel injured." Mr.' Sherman then seat on 1 J90o u> I, 1907. j and is going -out. at the rate of a day. The pest, the Premier em- miist b? -wiped out. Chicago, Feb. Siberia Premier closed Ms speech with for him. While the feathers were fly- ing nearl3- 'every one of the two hundred and seventy-three birds in the building were raising the bigg- est racket they could. Tonight Mr, Foley gives an illustrated lime light talk on "An Egg" in the Council Chamber. One oi the interesting features of the show is a pen of Buff Orpingtons shown by J. Horvie, which were the, only three birds hatched from a sett- ing of eggs sent from Scotland. The prize-. list is: J BREEDING: PEX; ANY, VARIETY; Cock and Three Hens, Any Age 1st Robert La vingstone. BEST PEN MEDITERRANEAN BPJ2B 1st C. Ixjwther. BREEDING PEN; COCK 1st' U os. CJruy, ,2ml and 3rd F. Sc- 2nd and 3rd S. Jonos. R.G BUOWN LEGI1OHN BUFF PLYMOUTH KOCK COCK 1st. 2nd and yrd J. C. Livingstone BUFF PLYMOUTH KOCK HEX 1st an.d 2nd J. C. 'Livingstone, 3rd I'ULL, Eden Rest Poultry Farm. ,HOCK 1st, ,2nd stone. BUFF COCKEREL ,3rd, NJ. C. Living- HOCK J'LY2kIOUTH PULLET V 1st, 2nd ami 3rd, J. C. Living- stone. WHITE WYANDOTTK COCK 1st Eden Rest Poultry Furm, G. S. Warren, 3rd A. Cave. WHITE WYAXDqTTE HEN 1st, 2nd and ,3rd, Eden Rest P.oul- Farm. ,1 COCKEREL W 1st F. Francis 2nd ;J., Benton, 3rd, E. McKeazic. WHjITE WYANDOTTE PULLET 1st Warix-n. 2nd and 3rd S. J. McDiarinid; WYAN1XXTTE.' 'AN-Y OTHEIi VA- Knowlefi. Bros. AND THREE HENS, 1st D. J! Whitney; 2nd A.E. KeOV, 3rd T. B. Kaiie, all barred .rocks. LIGHT BRAHMA 'COCK .1st and 2nd G. S. Warren, (Cal- 1st LIGHT G-." S. BRAHMA HEN O.'Hut- tyn. 3rd E. BRAHMA COCKEREL 2nd. and 3rd, W. O. Hutton. LIGHT BRAHTVf A PU CHURCH 'AT HOME' TO EASIES land Alaska may be eliminated from, {a great; tribute to the British, Empire f 1st and 2nd 'W. O. Hutton, 3rd E. 'the route of the New York to Paris' Alberta- amidst of ap 1st Eden Rest Poultrj- Farm. WYANBOTTfi A. O. VAIUBTV HEN 1st and 2nd Rest Poultry WYANDOTTE A. O. 'VARIETY 4 COCJvEREI. I 1st Mooro and Sumner, 2nd! Ar VARIETY PUULET, and "3rd KiuwvJes Bros. BUFF ORPJXGOON COCK 1st EdcajRest Farm. 2nd J. Shaw, tMay Gray." 2nd S. Jdnes. S. C. MIN'OHCA COCK S: C. MINORCA HEN. let and .3rd .S. Jones. S. C. -MINORCA COCKERED 1st and, 2nd S.f Jones. k S- C. MINORCA 1st and 2nd S. Jones. R. c. "MINORCA COCK Jones. 2nd S. :Jonos. R. C. MINORCA' PULLSiT Jones.' COCK 2nd impcy" 3rx S. Warren. HAlVfBURC HTDK 1st J. 2nd O. S. ren. HAMBURG 3rd I. HAMBUKG PUIiLET -2nd'I. J.xintpey, Srd'jQ. 3..War; GAME'OR. INDIAN GAME co 1st Knowles 'Bros., 2ad J. Grab GAME OR INDIAN GAME HE 1st. Knowles Bros., 2nd J. ham. 3rd Knowles Bros. GAME OK I. G 1 1st and1 2nd- J.! Graham." GAME OR 1. G. PULLET' 1st and 2jid J. Graham. B A N'T A3! COCK IJEN 1st I. J. Impey. 2nd Miss j Gray. v J COCKEREL j UST _: .1st Moore and Summer, 2nd 3rd Knowles Bros. BUFF ORPIXOTOX HEN j P 1st Knowles ilvanc, BUFF and 2nd P. 3rd J. I 1st T TURKEY COCK ,11. Ashcroft, 2nd .TJ Harvie -Jcroi't. ORPINGTON A.- O. COLOR COCK-1 DUCKS, ERELS 1st J. Sha-w. 2nd J. Harvic. REID RHODE ISLlVN' 2hcTH, Weselman. Minister Estab'ishes Nursery, Mothers Attend- Chicago, Feb. Mrs. automobile raeers as a result of S0 j the failure of tlu, cars to go .through j the Indiana snow drifts under their j ovrn power. A plan now undpr ron- sideratibn is -to take1 the automohiles plause. LANG SHAM HEN 1st C. Perrj, 2nd 5. Jones LANOSHAM COCKEREL 1st Urs. C. Perry, 2nd S. Jones menf beaches'. the'uoor of the House in tho govern-} yewlyweds- and those in whom the anti-race suicide theory is well es- i tablished, will have to use some other! excuse than "the baby kept me at ;bv. boat irom San Francisco.- to Ja- CLOSE Off THE SESSION Winnipeg. Han., Feb. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK COCK ly at 3.30 this aitemoon, Sir Daniel i 1st R. UvinErtone. 2nd' H. T. MUST. PAY POSTAGE. Xhs postoffice department has de- cided that the Sunday editions of American daily papers are to be con-- aidered as weekly pipers postage accordingly. if they wish to neglect their spiritual -training. The Kev. -John A. some ministers--of the' gospel, who ad- PETTYP1ECE DECLINES Watford. Oat., Feb. J. JVt- j .vise- iheirr parishioners; to "leaTe the I teething troubleHome little at especially to the.- Belden Avenue Baptist- church, and hat made every provision for pan, motor through Japan, take an- j ilcivllllan accompanied by a mount- Hamilton.'1' other boat, to Vladivostok and then ed escort and guard of honor proceed- j BARRET PLYMOUTH ROCK HEN run down the Russian post roads byjed to the Legislative buildings and 1st Ii! Livingtone, 2nd H. T. the side of the Siberian Railway the! there iu Speakers chair, gave Hamilton, 3rd R. Livingstons. 3000 miles tqg Paris. The discussion j his assent to 79 bills which had been! BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK COCK1- ot the new jglan was taken up at the' p'asfed at tlu' present bession after! 'Chicago "cliib" last night j which he declared the House pro-! typieco ex-M.P.P. declined the jFeder- al nomination for East Lainbtjn uu account of pressure.of, .business. even- nurs- soon after the arrivaj' of' the French and Italian ears. A conference will be held today to determine -what' is! to be-done. The main reason for the change is" the fact that the delay be- tween New York and Chicago has the final, transaction-' of business. to., reach San j SNOWBALLED THE FFRE Toronto, Feb. residence of j Alex Cobum, Grand, View, was de- _ ,1. niade it impossible ing bottles and the like to keep them.) T, r u-i xi. i. lirancisco bv March 14th, tne time'.-, quiet while their mothers are listen- Gonder s house next door, was in dan- WOULD BE GOOD LANDS ing sermon; The! schcras- inaugurated the for sailing, to Alaska. A later boat will bring the time, for, crossing! I set 1st .Eden .Rest Poultry Farm, 2nd rogued until it be again called for and 3rd F. J." Harbinson. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK 'Jst F. J-.-Harb'inson, 2nd H. T. Hamilton, 3rd F. J. Harbinson. WHITE-PLYMOUTH ROCK COCK 1st :Eden Rest "Poultry- Farm, 2nd. .and-3rd Jos. Gray WHTTE PLYMOUTH ROCK HEN 1st, '2nd and 3rd Eden- Rest Farm. iStroyed by fire Friday night. L. M. Rev. Mr. an innovation, so Ottawa. Feb. 27.-Mr. Alclnnea, oflfar as Chicago is concerned, but it is the Geological Survey, told the Com-] not nev with him, he says, iarin- mons agricultural committee today carried it on successfully in Waterloo tnat by lowenng the channel of the Ja., where he held on pastorate for Saskatchewan -river in Cedar Lake ger and the efforts -of the bucket bri- erti, Someone thrsw! Alaska too late to catch the hard 7 WHITE PI-.Y1VIOUTH ROCK COCK- j 1. a !fl snowball against the house- ana j snow and it might be lound neces- ____, _.c. 1 EREL might sary to wait for another season. 'region north of-Lake Winnipeg, 'three' million acres which are now marsh lands orald be- converted 'into jrood MANAGEMENT OF C, P. R. twelve years: previous t0 -coming, here r two years ago. :Peic; Canadian- MARHARG FOR SASKATOON Winnipeg, Feb. E. S. Marharg, superintendent of the C. P. E. at Brandon has been appointed euper- intendent of the operating and1 ecn- slruction of .the New Saskatoon di- vision -of the company. LEONARD PROMOTED Montreal, Feb. According to a circular issued today J. W. Leonard t general manager of C- P. R. lines from Fort WillisiB past. tomes general manager for the same t-erritory. the appointment effective March 1st. SWITCHMAN KILLED Winnipeg, Feb: B. Stewart, a young C. P- R. switchman, was killed last night by being Caught between two cars. He leaves .Sunday morning- never) _ _ __ _____ could be relied in the cancelled' itiTarrangements with the Canadian... Pacific Irrigation way of v attends nee. Sometimes there were as: many-W 306'-present, while Colonization company and has de- agam les'sthan half of that number j cided to operate -its irrigated lands were there. -The .evening services j dirmiy. These iands were formerly usually attracted' between 700' and 800 persons. Upon assuming charge of the pastorate, the pastor waa impres- sed by the loyalty of a :coteri e of young women, who: naturally acted handled'by Messrs. Berseker and' Davidson, of Calgary, on percentage basis, but their contract expired at the end of and had not] the crowd, quickly taking the poured in such 3 volley of snowballs that the house was soved. ROUND UP ITALIANS 1st, 2nd and 3rd Jos. Gray. WHITE PLYMOUTH TtOCK PULLET EBD JRHODB TLSLANP GOCKEKKLl 1st H, ;WeseJman. ,S. -CU, WHITE LEGHIRN.-COCK 1st, 2nd. and 3rd.. >foore Sum- mer. S. C. WHITE HEN 1st Eden Best Poxilby Farm. .2-id iloore and Summer. R. C. WHITE T COCKEREL 2nd W.'.'Ckrter. C. WHITE -LEG-HORN PULLET 1st Eden KeM, Poultry Farm, 2nd and 3rd W. Carter. S C. BROWN LEGHOJCT COCK 2nd C. Lowther, E. McKenzie. S. C. LEGHORN- 1st E. McKenzie, 2nd and 3rd C. Lowther. S. C. BROWX LEGHORN' COCKEREL 1st 31ooro Suiaaur, 2nd A. By- S.. .C. BROWA- LEGHOKN PULLET 1st Eden Rest. Poultry .Farm, 2nd and' 3rd A. Byers. R. C. BROWN 1JEX5HORN ,1st. .S.. Jones. S. C.-. WHITE LEGHORN COCKEREL 1st, S. Jones. R. C. LEGHORN COCKEREL DUCKS; BEST PAIR HATCHED! 1907 j 1st D. J. Whitney. 2nd S. Jos 3rd A, E. Keffer. GEESE, BEST P.'VIR j 1st E. H. Ashqroft. _ BEST .BROOD OF :CHICKE.NSJ WITH HEN t j 1st and 2nd W. Appleby. f RABBITS: PAHi 3 1st E. Humphries, 2nd E. f Fit wood.. L ONE DOZIEN HEN JBCJ t (FRESH) 1st O. Hutton, 2nd Robt. J3 ONE DOZEN WHITE, :HEN'S EQ3 (FRESH) j 1st and BEST PAIR DRESSED FOWl' 1st J. 2nd S. Jones, j SPECIALS Best Cock in