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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL L LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY. MARCH 9, 1908 NO. 76. MCBRIDE GAVE HIM A LOT OF ROPE BROODED OVER SUSPENSION Student at Manitoba Agricultural Col- lege Committed Suicide Hawthoraethwaite Centre of Lively Discussion at Victoria Victoria, B. C., March British Columbia House prorogated Saturday after weeks of session having passed sixty-one bills, the most no- table being the immigration act, the Grand Trunk Pacific bill making an agreement with the new' trans-Can- adian railway for terminal facilities with' Prince Rupert, and university bill for the establishment of a British Columbia university. The final session was marked by nn almost disgraceful scene in over the G..T. P. amend- ment. The Kain Island deal of three years xvas introduced 'in tbe discus- sion' and o the Socialists declared, "The Liberals have swallowed themselves." Oliver, Liberal, declared that Haw thornewaite had deliberately argued from false premises.. The Socialist -leader bounded up and hurled back the accusation with another and still another. The latter to the effect that the Liberal had deliberately misrepresented th position of the Socialists in the Kaii during the last ele.ciiosi. The Liberal leader demanded the of the statements. "Not until Mr. Oliver withdraws returned .-the Nanaimo member. Mr. Ross, who was .'chairman of the committee the'_ Socialist leader to withdraw- his '.statements, but the request was made in vain. "Twice, within'the past week the member for Nanaimo has refused to .'obey the ruling of the tlie Liberal' leader.. "If-the dig- nity of the debate in the assembly'is to be upheld this should be The premier; urged also in vain "explain'-ami' wifh'draw 'their ..statements. "Not until Oliver repeated "Hrtwthornethwjiitc. "The House knows his nature." "Order, order." came from both sid- es of the chamber at once. am not pomp to be Winnipeg, ilur, S. Mcintosh, he agricultural student who myster- ously' disappeared on .Wednesday ast was found by two fellow students m the top floor of the college with lis throat cut .from ear to em. Two jvother' students 'who' were in the by accident' found the dead wdy of their chum. The tragedy is he sad sequel of a boys' prank at college in which some mild hazing was indulged in. For his share young was suspended though he Jiil not appear .to take the affair ser- iousiy. He was cheerful when last on Wednesday and none expect- this tragic climax until the body was found f.his afternoon. Mcintosh came to Manitoba from Derbyshire England, two years ago and worked at Gilbert Plains, Man., till last fall when he entered the Manitoba agri- cultural WOULD WANT PER ANNUM FAMOUS JOCKEY DEAD Dallas, Texas, March X, Vanrusen, the once famous jock- ey died here yesterday. His last riding was in Germany whore on sev- eral occasions he rode for the Kaiser. He was a winner in several famous races. MRS. WHITE-FRASER DEAD Mrs. xvife Inspector White-Fruser, ALP. who was stationed at Lethbndge in th deforreil for two dnys by Japan. hostile shells" could have done their work. Mr. Stephens believes that it u'ould a far wiser plan of defence to put the money that the canal will cost into a preater navv. COAL MINES CLOSED lv silence. TELEGRAPHIC NOTES WIFE IS TOO MUSHY HU6BAND WILLING TO SUPPORT HERr lV SH E ll M ITS KISSES TO SIX A DAY had for sex-era I months been a1 "trusty" and served as turnkey. Lie was placed in the siime cull xvith Rock xvho was regarded as a desper- ate man. The moment the men entered the office. Hock turned swiftly on Kobin- son. xvho was closing the door behind MICH, and quickly dm whig a knife Clashed The xvurden's throat so deep- The prison bfiicers refused to gix'e his name until they hnvc discovered whether he xvns concerned in the plot How Hayes and Hock got the knives j is nor. known. It 15 believed that i th.-j infraction of the rules Ims been planned to reach the xvnrdcn's ortk-e i xvhence -the convicts would have a bet! ter chance of escape once the warden' the release of the steamer, which is '.still held by Chirm and xvith regard to the indemnity. China hns how- lover given satisfaction regarding j hauling doxvn the Japanese flag on the Tatsu Muni by Chinese ofTtcers and P.arCMi Ifnyasia today assured China that Japan xvould meet her-de yarding her supervision Chinese territory. Me ng- OF MAN ON TRACK Ffrnio. C.. Mnrch body of an unknown man xvas found on j Frank. Alta., the C. P. U. Hosmr-r. ek'ht.i ported'that tlm Union at Frank Sends Car of Gro- ceries to Families of Workmen.. March is re- Lille and Bellevue miles west of morn-i wwl mint's, bi'longing to the evidently boen innkingj Canadian colluric-.s. which hav, hi.-: xvny along the tniek du'rinp the niglit and was knocked down by a freight train. Tlu.- body xvas badly mutilated. SHORT IN ACCOUNTS Winnip.'fr, March W. Un- sorth, secretary treasurer of the town and his deputies xven; ovit of tin: The strike of 1..200 operators in the Dominion Textile Mills at Mon-; sires tiviil has been settled. !nrms lot Emerson "has been arrested at thti reed also to the Chinese proposal tor j j instance of Mayor nth on charge priest at Kem.rn, Ont.. and formerly UlUmtttC lha of appropriating of the town's t of thr Tatsu Mnrn. The foreign I The nionv xvas paid back at I i board its previous state-'the eleventh hour xvhen an audit of West been half time, have closed down indi-fmiti-ly. and there Ls no irrimcdi- iu- prorfpoct of .the C. A. C. nnd C. mine liere oponinp up. Di.-trict Minors' Union ship- ped to town a carload of gro- and provisions to be distribut- ed tiie families of the miners. Rev. Father Hej-tman. resident of Duiuth, died ycstcrduy. ly that Hotunson At the same way. Chicago, March kisses a day are the limit for Ora M. Ledom. He promised Detective Stark aud John- son, who arrested him for deserting his affectionate xvife that he stay with her on that basis. would Thev DIED AT HIGH RIVER C. A. Anderson, Brother of J. R. An- derson, of the Union Bank J. M. Anderson, manager of th? received word on Sat- urday of the death of his brother C. A. Anderson at. High Hiver. Mr. An- derson has lived in High River for of his found him in Springfield. xvhcre years foi the benefit health nnd his death, or. Friday night ho went several weeks ago. "It's a ctvsc of too much T i rflovov business, s.nd on way back from Springfield. My marrieil once or txvice lovey- though sudden, xvas not. altogether unexpected. The deceased leaves a xvife and a little son. ITc ono of Fligh TJiver's most, popular and before, is [progressive citizens, .good woman and fine housekeeper, j .j j-j Anderson and Miss Anderson but she's too strong on the love bus-; for High River this morning to iuess to suit me. Now, I'm .not ft j Attend the which take place ich'illy guy or anything like that, but {tomorrow. i don't want a woman kissing me all; the time. When I come home from vork. T like to sit down nnd read j R. UVINGTONE FORINSPEQOR Dr. Steeie of Tavistock xvas nom-! that the case i-annot inuted for thi- House of Commons by Douth Perth Conservatives. sottl-! the books was made. RUNNING FROM PORT ARTHUR TO LIVERPOOL, SAYS MINIS- TER RY.'S AND CANALS WeD Kr.own Uthbridge Man Recommended for im- portant (Joxx-rnor .Jol.n A. Johnson of Min- j nesotu. is the choice of "Minnesota; Democrats for President. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL! COAL COMPANY'S LOSS An interdicti'd man wns ftrrcstcx' be- cause he enten-ii a bar at Cnlgrvry. A luirtvndor notified the police. Plnnt of Dominion Coal Company at i Ottawa, March tho course of Port Morin, N. B. Destroyed j ril, address k-fore tin: I Court iClub on the question of trunsporta- Glace March Domin-ition. M. J. Rutier, minister j ion Coal Company's bijr j of raihviiy.s, ?nid that the Georgian East Middlosnx Ont.. Conservatives' renominated I'cti-r F'l.sen, M. P.. for! i I the Commons. t I Win. ;i Osafgc. i Rosk., xvhile.on Ris xvay to visit some neighbors. Officers of Bisley Team- Quebec Bridge Report Deputes S plant near Port Morin. almost i completely rU'Slroynl by fire Satur- 'lay afternoon, at The Iof-s is estimated Bay canal xvill prove the solution of transportation problems. The dream of some engineers that ships would over xvith insurance of (sail from Port AvUiur to Liverpool is two thirds of this amount. The i not likely to ever bo realized because Hay brigade xvas sent for but i the cost of Iran-shipping is so slight it arrival all that could be sax-- as to obviate tlie need of ocean FLEECED A GAL1CIAN paper. My xvirV xvotild want me i Winnipeg, March Epp to hold hands xvith her and sny fool- a well know city agent has been arrested in St. Louis, Mo. on a charge of stealing from a Gali- named Wenck. Wenck handed over the money to Kpp on the under- hand tied behind her .back.. The'standing thnt he xvas to forward it to only fault T have to find with Annie] in the old country where 'the her loving nature. agree to i Oalician vrns going for a trip. Epp go hack and live with her if she'll Icft'fw the United shortly af- ish things. A few days before T some actrvss mndc a 'hit a kiss that lasted forty-fix-e When my xxife read the paper :sho said she could it. xvith one out the kissing business. T don't terxvards and did not return. De- Mackenzie o! the provincial The Alberta povernmcnt xvill ap- point extra mi no inspectors. T- Vroi. Shortt. oi Queens I mversity There xvill be a chief inspector and Kingston, is mentioned .is hkelv to inspector at Edmonton, Cal- ?ary and Lcthbridge. The Herald learns that Robt. Liv- ingstone has been recommended as inspector for the Lethbridge district. No better appointment could he made. Mr. Livingstone is a very competent young man and is thoroughly ac- quainted xvith all of the mining business. H understood Elijah Heathcote, the present inspector for this district, xvill be transferred to Calgary. be appointed to the Hail way Commis si on. Mixbel Alton. of Mount Albert, thnrged xvith setting fire to the barns of Jacob Hopkins, xvas acquitted in a Toronto court. The complete number of dead and missintr in the Collingxvood School disaster nt' CJevc.lmid. is now placed 17t. mind n little kiss now nnd then, but tective J drnw the line at more than six a] force left yesterday [or St. Louis to bring Epp back to Winnipeg, BLACK LEPROSY Sydney, N. S., Mjrch case of black discovered in a family named Campbell at Camper- tad, Richmond county. Jos. Cryan. a pensioner of the Hoy Irish Constabulary, xvas arrested; at Winnipeg in an intoxicated con- dition. He dieil suddenly on reaching policy station. Ottawa, March of King mine at and the union. Kingston, have :ipplietl for a board of investigation into the alleged grievance.-- in the matter of wages. The reporte of PMliaim-ntary bye- eleetions year slioxv.s that fourteen vacancies occurred in the Commons. In five of these Liberals were elected by acclamation and of the remaining j ?eats six Liberals and three Conscr- vativcs returned. The report of the Quebec bridge commission xvill probably ho laid be- the Briquette plant. Forty- M-ichi rm-ii xvere employed. The plant i xvill rebuilt, but it xvill require f several months to erect a building and install machinery. bont.s on the Great Lakes. The Hud- sou Bay route, he declared to be still in tentative stage and the question has to bo answered as to insurance fore parliament this afternoon. etc., before, this could be credited, i Mr. Butler gave some interesting ii- lustrations of Canada's i fiou service. If placed end to end the Ottawa. Onf., March Do- j locomotives nnd cars of Canada xvould present a string 954 miles long with a tonnage of sixty-four millions. The earnings exceed the total government income. Mr. Butler said it was im- possible to lay down a rule for any raihvay a? to changes as all such had to deal xvith on their merits. In this connection the railway commis- sion had done great xvork. WATERWAYS COMMISSION minion government has agreed xvith the United Stokv to the appointment, of a j'lint commission xvhich xxill be entrusted xvith the enactment of in- ternational boundary xvaters in ques- tion included betxveen Vancouver and It is King. the State of Washington. bridge in settlement of the financial loss involved. i Lieut. Col. Uibelle, of 65th Repi-j and Mafor W. 1 -16th Regiment, Boxvmanville, that the Dominion irovern- haw bm1 rospectively com ment will compromise, with the Phoe- nix bridge company, builders of the mandant am! adjutant of this year's Risley team. BANK OF CANAL FELL IN Wetland, Ont.. March east hank of the SVelland Canal at a point three miles south of here, slid into the "ater Saturday, It will not ly impede navigation. ;