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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL I. LETHBRIOQE, ALBERT A, S, 1108 NO. 76, GAVE HIM A OF ROPE BROODED OVER SUSPENSION Student at Manitoba Agricultural Col- lege Committed uawtkorBctliw% Centre of lively Discussion at Victoria Victoria, B. C., March British Columbia House prorogated Saturday after weeks of session haying passed sixty-one bills, the most no- Uiblc being the immigration act, the Grand Trunk Pacific bill making ah 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 filial session was marked by an almost .disgraceful scene in wrangling over the G. T. amend- ment. The Kain Island deal of three years was introduced in the discus- sion" and' leader, of the Socialists declared, "The Liberals have swallowed themselves." Oliver, that Haw- thornewaite had deliberately argued from false premises.. The Socialist lender again bounded up and hurled back the 'accusation with another and still another. The 'latter'to the effect that the Liberals had deliberately misrepresented the position of the Socialists in the Kain deal during the last election. The liberal leader demanded the withdrawal ofj the statements. "Not until Mr, Oliver withdraws j returned the Nanaimo member. Mr. Ross, chairman jof the committee requested the 'Socialist leader tor withdraw his .statements.1, hut the request was made in vain. "Twice within the past week the member Cor NanaimO' has refused to ribey the.'-.ruling..of the sa'ul the Liberal leader. the dig- nity of the debate in the assembly is io be upheld tliis should be stopped." Tho premier. urged also in vain .Nariaimp explain amF >ithdraw: 'their statements.. "Not until. Oliver repeated .Winnipeg, Mar. S. Melntosh, the agricultural student who myster- iously disappeared on Wednesday last, was found by two fellow students on the top floor of the college with his throat cut from ear to car. Two brother' students who worn room by accident found the dead body of their chum. The tragedy is the sad 'sequel of a hoys' prank- at college in which some mild hazing .vas indulged in. For his share young 'was suspended though he lid not appear, to take the affair sc-r- ousiy. He was cheerful when lust seen on Wednesday and ed this tragic climax until the body was 'found' this 'afternoon. Mclntosh came to' Manitoba from Derbyshire England, two years ago and worked it Gilbert, Plains. Man., till last fall when he entered the Manitoba agri- cultural'college; FAMOUS JOCKEY DEAD Dallas, Texas, March X. Vanrusen, the, once famous jock- ey died here yesterday. His last WOULD WANT PER ANNUM Before Justice Mabee, of On- tario, Would Accept Rail- way Chairmanship CITY BALL LEAGUE Probability of One Being Netting at There is a deal of baseball talk in the street days, tlic chief topic being the1 formation of a. city league. Several teams have .sig- nified their, intention of entering the It-ague. if >t is formed. Those most prominently: mentioned are the Ji. M. W. .U, P. the. A. it; i 1. Co. employ- ees, the bankers, nnd real es- tate dealers. 'A well organized league following a regular schedule of games wouki cause more -interest and give sport thun any other arrange- ment -that could be made. JJuihbridgc will likely have a repre- I scntativtt at' tiie Wc.steni Canada meeting' in Calgary tomorrow TO PRESERVE THE LIFE OF FISH .Ottawa, March :t is rumored to- night that Judge P. Ma bee has been appointed chairman of the Dominion Railway Commission and that Hon. Frank Latchford will succeed Judge Mabee. There is no confirmation of this however, yet and Hon. Frank Latehford has not been told of it. A later despatch says: Mr. Justice Mabee of the hijrh riding-was in Germany where on scv- couri 5t is will have -the 'chair- er'al occasions he rode for the Kaiser. He was a winner in several famous races. MRS. WHITE-FRASER DEAD Mrs. White-Frascr, wife of ILN.W. M.P. number is not Treaty Between (Med States and Canada Drawn Up ASQUITH IS VERY MUM Would Not Say a Word About Kaiser's Letters that Warden Connolley was Terribly Wounded o London, March hope the letter'.sent last; month by peror .William of GVruiany to Lord Tweedmouth first lord of the admir- alty in which it has been charged His Majestv.. attempted to influence Great Britain naval., legislation, with British ministers reply thereto, would be made public for the edification of the people, was quickly dispelled by Herbert Asquith, chancellor of the exchequer in the House of Commons this afternoon. In-a curtailed state- ment, Mr. Asquith, who was acting premier, told. Balfour and other questioners7 thftt he' had nothing to add; to. his statements of Friday and that: so faY as he knew Lord I Ottawa, March a result ot Ambassador Hryce's visit to Ottawa a fisheries treaty between Britain and the United States, affocting Canada, has been drawn up and is ready for the signature. Both governments have agreed to the terms of the treaty and practically all that remains to be done is the endorsement of the United-.States Senate. There will be no difficulty from any othr source. The treaty is for four years. Jt cm- braces the fisheries all along the in- ternational boundary line commenc- ing at Passamaquody Bay on the Atlantic along the and St. John Rivers forming part of the boundary line between New Brunswick and Maine and taking in all the interria- tionalwaterways across the continent until Juan De Fuca straits on the Pacific Coast is reached. Canada for years has been pressing upon the United States to adopt stringent reg- ulations to preserve the fish life, but without avail. The reason was the difficulty in getting the different PRINCE RUPERT LOTS Will Not Be Put on the Market Un. til September Vancouver, March Wain- wright who conducted the negotia- tions between the G. T. P. and Brit- ish Columbia government left for the east today. He says work on the railway building in the north will commence before May, but on ac- count of the number of perliminaries to bo gone through the sale of town- site lots in rince Ruport svill not occur until September. The town must be incorporated ami many streets will be rough graded before the sale occurs. Owning a quarter interest in the townsite the British Columbia government is being asked to pay a quarter of the proposed im- provement. It has not been deter- mined whether the lots will be auc- tioned or whether some other method of sale will be devised. PANAMA WILL BE OF NO VALUE SASKATCHEWAN LEGISLATURE March 2nd has been fixed as the date on which the Saskatchewan Legislature will as- semble for the dispatch of business. Premier -Scott who sails from the old country on Wednesday, March 11, is expected to arrive .in the city about the end of the month. .states to agree. Influential Ameri- cans connected with fisheries for the past two or three years have realized that something must be done to save the depletion of the fisheries, notably on Lake Champlaiti, and they have woirked zealously for the treaty. The fishery regulations under 'the treaty will be on the same lines as the existing Canadian regulations although a little more stringent'. Close seasons will be rigidly observed. Former Canal bgbeer Says Great Waterway Wl be Useless to U. S. China Still Holding Japanese Steamer Tweedmouth has" to 'add to arch den Prank Oonollv of the Montana was. "The knows his "Order, came from both sid- es of the chamber at ouce. not going to be bulldozed and howled down." thundered back the Socialist loader and the House proceeded. The Liberals ars.- blaming Premier Mcllride for not taking a stronger stand. severely wounded John llobin- Hour-e and Assistant -son wns killed 'bv'three'life Convicts Clcorgo Kockj W. IT. Hays and anoth- er, who tried to escape from prison. Robinson's throat was cut from car to car iiitd the jugular vein was scv- attacked ilobin- son Hayes drew a knife ami started who withdrew to .the Before Connolly could for Connelly renr .office, draw his declaration' boyotid the fact that} immediately on of Kmpc-ror "William's letter, thf lirst lord of the admiralty' showed ,to" Sir Kdward retary and .said Looks, as Though Satis- factory TermsWillbeReached Without Serious Trouble New Haven, Conn., March F.'Stephens, president of the N. Y., X. H. back from Springfield. My wife married once or twice bofore, is a good woman and :t fine housekeeper, but shir's too strong-'on iho love bus- iness io sui-t- me. Xow, I'm not. a .chilly giiy or anvthing like that, but don't want n woman kissing'me the time. I come home from i work. T like to sit down nnd read DIED AT HIGH RIVER C A.' Anderson, Brother of J. R. An- derson, of the Union Bank .J. H. Anderson, manager of the Union Hank, received word on Sat- urday of the death of his brother C. A; Anderson at. High Kivcr. Mr. An- derson has lived in High River for several years for the benefit of his health ami his death on Friday night though sudden, was not altogether micxperted. The deceased leaves ft wife and n little son. IIo was of High Uiycr's most popular and progressive citizens. .1. H. Anderson and Miss Anderson left for High Kivcr this morning to attend the which take placo tomorrow. R. UY1CTONE FORINSPEaOR Ur. Stccle of Tavistdck was inutetl for the Honsi: of Commons by Douth Perth Const-rvatix-es. 1 numls' that the casr cannot settl- the books wa.s made. ..RUNNING FROM PORT ARTHUR TO LIVERPOOL, SAYS MINIS- TER RY.'S AND CANALS Governor John A. Johnson of Min- nesota, us the choice-of M.innesota. Democrats for President, NEWS FROM THE COAL COMPANY'S LOSS Piant of Dominion Coal Company at j Ottawa. March the course of Port Morin, N. B. Destroyed j ai, address before tho May Court Wefl Kwwn Lelhbridgc Man IB- portaot Position An jntenlicted man was nrrestevl be-1 catise he entered a at Calgary. A bartender notified the police. 1 East Middlesex Out.. Conservatives j jrenominnU-d I'eter M. P., for j the Commons. Officers of Bisley Team- Qaebec Bridge Report on the question of transporta- Glace Hay. March Domin- tion. M. J. Butler, minister iion Coal Company's big Washington of railways, said that the Georgian 'plant nenr Port Moiin, was almost Hay canal will the solution of completely dostroyod by firo Satur- d.iv nltornoon. The isj estimated transportation problems; The dream of some engmoors that ships would FLEECED A GALICIAN the pnpor. My wife would want Winnipeg. March n.-Cornelius Kpp ,to hands with her and soy fool- a well know city steamship agent has Jvon arrested in St. Louis, Mo. on a of stealing from a Gali- handed on thf "ish things. A few days before T left town some actress made a hit. n kiss that lostcd forty-five set-1 t ctan named onds. when my wito road the paper! :she snid sho could it with ono I thp lo tied behind her back. The standing that ho wns to forward it to .only fnult I hnvo to find with Annie him in the old country where the was her loving nature. I'll agree to! Gnlician wns going for a trip. Kpp ..go back nnd live with her if she'll .cut out the kissing business, f don't TV little Kiss now and then, but I draw the line at more than six a Kingston, Kingston, is nicnlionen as likely to i be appointed to Rnilwny Cornmta i for boanl OJ sjon I into the allocod Grievances in the j.soveral months to oroct ,a building Mabel Alton. of with sou nig of Mr. Livingstone is a very competent o 'iXCo young man nnd is thoroughly ac-1 :i r 'TiXCob Mount Albert, to tho barns s. acnuittcd in quaintod with all parts of the mining! I The number of and It is understood' Elijah missing- in tho Collingwood School the present inspector for this district, will be transferred to Calgary. j into the alleged grievances in matter of wages. The rcporle of Parlifiim.-ntary bye- elections last year show? that fourteen vacancies occurred in tho Commons. In five Liberate wore elected by acclamation and of the remaining six Liberals nnd three Conser- WATERWAYS COMMISSION as to obviate tho of ocean boats on tho Gront Lakes. Tho Hud- son P.ay route, ho declorod to bo still in tentative stage and t'oo question has to be answered as to insurance etc., before this could be credited. Mr. Butler gave some interesting; il- lustrations of Canada's transporta- tion service, n placed end to end the j Ottawa, Ont., March Do- locomotives nnd ears of Canada would BLACK LEPROSY Sydney, N. S., March case of black leprosy was discovered in a family Campbell al Camper- tad, Richmond county. disaster a I Cleveland, is now placed at 174. Cryan. a pensioner of the Tfloy al Irish Constabulary, was at, Winnipeg in an intoxicated con- dition. He died suddenly on reaching the police station. vatives returned. The report of tho Quebec bridge commission will probably bo laid be- fore parliament this afternoon. It is possible that the Dominion govern- ment will compromise with the minirm government has agreed with 'he United States to the appointment of n joint commission which will be entrusted with the enactment of in- present a string 9o4 miles long with a tonnage of sixty-four millions. The earnings exceed the total government income. Mr. Butler said it was im- ternational boundary waters in qnos- Iny down a rule for any tion included between Vancouver nnd j raiiway as {o changes as all such the State of Washington. bridge in settlement of the financial loss involved. Lieut. Col. Lnbello, of G5Ui Regi- ment, Montreal, and Major W. D. Kin had to deal with on their merits. In this connection the railway commis- sion had done great work. nix bridge company, builders of the} Risley BANK OF CANAL FELL IN Wolland, Ont.. March east 46th Regiment, bank of tho Welland Canal at a point been gazzotted respectively com-! three miles south of here, slid into and adjutant ot this years i the water Saturday. T.t will not 'ly impede navigation. ;