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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta GAVE HONEY A WAY ON WEDDING DAY vNew_ 'York, .March who signalized her marriage yesterday to Frederick CourUandi Penfield of this city, by 'giving away 'to relatives and public institutions, of the richest women in America. She still '.lias upwards of Mrs. Peuiield's father was William CLOSE DOWN A BIG MILL Brandon, March flour mills of-the Great Wheat City Milling company have been temporarily clos- ed down .by the Merchant's Bank, who, it is understood, have been car- tying the company with heavy ".liabil- ities. 'Notices were posted io the :his morning stating that the null was closed pending a re-adjustment. The notices were sighed by George Japanese Tryiig to Recover Steamer That was Seized Pekin, March is- threat- ening force- to recover the" Japanese steamer Tatsu Maru which is still re- A. Harrison, -who was brought by China at Huang ?u on the by the bank from Vancouver and ptec- wag in charge of the mill and the lo- cal branch of the bank temporarily, Weightman, of Philadelphia, head of, Mr managcr the chemical firm of PowersA Weight-1 bank joj. the four years Maco, February 7, by the Chinese of the i customs cruisers on the charge that ,_________________. has been; the cargo of arms and amumtioirwas man. who amassed a vast fortune by xhe head office It is inieaded for Chinese She married R. J. C. a law- that the wheat City Mm. aHhough to a merchant of the vessel yer. -Weightman outlived two sons -ng will shorUy open" under j that place. The cargo of ,and his sori-in-law, Mr. Walker, and j now Many rumors I is still on board. 3eft a will making his daughter solejarc QU the strwtg in japau-s demands first, the un- heir to his estate. -In to the financial difficulties of the j conditional release of the steamer and 1905, Mrs- a milling company, but definite inform- second on arrangement to protect Will RAILWAY COM Ml Ml OH a from Today to D UPOM of daughter-in-law of William Weight- j alion will not be available until Mr. shippers from Joss. This second pro- began a fight to obtain a share 1 Harrison has completed his investi-j vision means that Chira must buy i j t-ne cargo on board tiie ia.isu ivia. Ottawa, -Ont., March rail- way as now represented by Hon. ,MV E, Bernier deputy chief and Dr. Mills will meet in Ottawa March 12 when the question of dis- posing of the case heard, in conjunc- tion with the late Judge Killani will be considered. The last important cases in which tho deceased minister took part were those involving the Winnipeg ami Dulut'i coal freight rates and the traders' tariffs in con- nection with the C.P.R. In both in- stances the evidence and legal ar- gument had all bf en heard. The course adopted in similar, cases left over when the late Hon.A.G.Blair .re- signed was to obtain the consent, of parties" interested in the decisions ing given by the commission as subsequently constituted and no dif- ficulty was experienced. The siuxa- Complete Rout of Coalition Government That has Been in Power in New Brunswick for Twenty- Five Years Premier has a Narrow Escape. vi wje weignwua.il ior ui me daughters. The petition set up that 1 neither the bank officials or those i Today China proposed arbitration Mr. Weight-man, weakened physically connected with the mill will make; vice admiral Sir Arthur William and mentally, had been influenced] any statement for publication, but St. John, Mar. 25 ytars of power the urunswick govern- emnt suffered defeat in today's elec- tions. Going into tho fight with 35 supporters to the 11 possessed by the Opposition the result tonight leaves ,the situation practically reversed, the government having only 15 members and the Opposition 31. Tonight the Opposition are greatly elated for besides having to contend with the ordinary resources of the government, Hon. Wm. Pugsley, min- ister of public works in the Laurier government lent the government the full force of his influence making tiou; involved the late Mr. Juiimn j of works !n return by I.VlA nVlflfVnW iinri r reading through all the evidence and unduly by Mrs. Walker at the time it i? believed that the shareholders he drew up his last will which disin- will be heavy losers by the present heirited hii grand children. Mrs. financial difficulties. -Wister also alleged that he had beer, j rejected by her as a suitor and she included, jealousy in the motives for his action. The contest was at its height when j Walker's lawyers presented a] small 'piece of yellow paper closely j "written in Mr. Weigh tman's writing and attested before a notary, f After a glance at the mysterious slip j oi paper. Mrs." Jones Wister's attor- j neys gave up the fight. The contents] ther than that it contained !Mr. i for the support of the government j i due couree everything was put cand5dat2S. The-dred.-s W. S. Field- Moore, commander-in-clnei 01 tne right. in additioa to the larger j j as also ;o St. John'and British China station, but Japan re- j mentioned there are several' fused these overtures and also warn-1 minor matter.s from British Columbia the foreign board that such other points in the west partly w Law Goes Into Ef- fect on July the 15th _ 1 of the Present Year posals are unwelcome. She again ex- pressed her desire for the release of the vessel, failing of which she said she would take steps necessary to secure her release- Japan resented hotly the fact that Chang Jen Chuns, soldiers boarded heard but a mere reading of the away, Maxwell, Wilson, Mclnerney; the defeated. The party were I put to work in harbor. Despite all this the government was badly bsatan. Premier Robinson narrowly escap- evideiiee will be sufficient. The case ed defeat 5n Westmoreland where the of the Bell. Telephone is j government had four seats. tht one upon which some doubts ex- ist as to whether all the evidence In addition they won in Restig- ouche, St. John county, Victoria and will be required to be taken Madawaska, and giving 'them the but this matter will, it is understood, seats in Gloucester which went' in-! Murray, Jones majority 500. St. John Me Keown, Lowell; majority 400. Woods and SHpp; majority 75. York Me> Leod, Young, Robinson, Pindec; ma- jority 900. '-Robinson, Sweeney, Copp, Leger; majority 200. Morn- son, McLauchlan, Allan; majority 400. Bourque, Lan- dry, Sheridan; majority 500. Carieton Conservative, Smith, Flemmiog, .Munroe; majority 300. Charlotte Conservative, Clarke, Taylor, Grimmer, Hartt; majority >00. Tweedile, Bur- gess; majority 260. Cyr, Baker; majority 500. LabiMois, Cur- rie; majority 2SO. Dickson, Pres- cott; majority 200. _ _ L wwiinj.ii di" i rvi i T a iwiui the latsuMaru and hauled down the Urnain like other, until the! depehdently Liberal they I and Snroule; maiority 300. j Japanese flag. According to the Ja- commissioners are at full strength. only have 15 seats. Four cabinet' BARS MUST CLOSE AT 10 O'CLOCK I .the Stfmer "ff 0 Maceo lor a turn of the--tide. The steamer papers show that she was on her way io Haeeu, Subsequently DUNSMUIR WILL NOT RESIGN members of the government were de- j featsd, Johns, solicitor general Jn Hazen, Gal- St-John, N.B., March Op- Ktlmontou. Itarcii local leg- Weaghtman's statement, of his rela- tions-with Mrs. Wister. islature has concluded its delibera- tions on the bill amending Statute Chang De Chun claiming authority under a former treaty between China and Portugal (Maceo is a Portugese rrested Mr. Peafield. the present groom, JLaw, the bill having been in com- dependency) had the vessel who is two years the junior of theimittee of the whole since lasc ilon-[ in Maceo waters. This is according to bride, is fifty-two years old. He was day. the viceroy's statement but whether bom in East Haddam, Conn., and i Under the Liquor License Act the the steamer was in Maceo -waters or ot is doubtful Up to the present time the Chinese! ia 1S82 married Katherine Albert hours for closing are changed from McMurdo. daughter of the late Al-' 11.30 to 10 o'clock. today r> "vfWch T Carieton; Allan, provincial secre- j position to the provincial government tary in York; Ferris, commissioner of i ted by J. D. Hazen has carried the agriculture in Queens and Purdy, provincial elections by a big major- categorical denial to the rumors afloat to the effect that lie intended to ask to be relieved from the duties of Lieuten- ant-Governor of British Columbia, j member without St. John city. The result of the election was -as He states that within the next fewjfollows: days he wfll ask for a-four months'! St- John City-Conservative, Hath- leave when he intends going to Eng- land t-o take possession of his new ity. They will' have about thirty seats in the next Legislature out of forty- six. Hon. W. P. Jones, the solicitor general secretary and Hon. D. J. Purdy, without portfolio, are among not drawn tightly in the contest the Opposition had a few Liberal can- didates. The cry that the government htd bsert "too long In power (twenty- five years) was a popular canvas. An unpopular highway act and the en- ormous prices for public school books also helped the government's defeat, Mr. Pugsley, Hon. H. R. Senators Gilmour and Kins and other Federal government tried in vain to stem the tide. The Op- position had the help of G.S.Crack- et, G. W. Fowler and G. W. Gan- ong in the last few days of the cam- Opposition candidates were elected In Albert; St. John Sun- bury, York, Queens, Carieton, North- umberland, Kent ?nd Charlotte, a to- tal of 30 seats. The government supporters were elected In Victoria, Westmoreland, St. John and Restigouche, a total of 12- Gloucester went Inde- pendent. REASONS FOR DEFEAT Moncton, N. B., March 4. Premier Hobinson seen last states that the result of the New Brunswick elec- tions is explained by the fact that a succession of events contributed to Influence the, public. The recent change of Pr-msers, ths of the road act, the opposition of a section of Liberals headed by John Morrisey. Mr. Hazen's promises of cheaper school books and the desire of many to give the' Opposition a chance after 25 years, aii affected the result. rt _ n TiPVP frilpd Steam vacnt "DolaUZa, which IS build- i bert Wells and widow of Col. Mr. Heibert moved in Japanese j ward of London. Mrs. jeadment that the hour be changed to utterly to come to an_ agreement on j nig for nun there. He wm then go Penfield died in. 1SQ5. was on the editorial SASKATOON IS HOPEFUL enament tnat tie nour oe cnaugeu tu -c-------- Penfield 7 o'clock The amendment was voted even the principles of a settlement on a yachting tour Meaitenan-, Jhat a New May Do Won. f .1 i n-rr. i_ _i AQn HOTPL TT m a ncmct i i t J. lie w staff of the l down so the hour of 10 o'clock of .the question. The internal situa- tion of Liang: Juan district is also j ____ _ turning here early in August. jaartford Courant for several years islands. This goes into effect on was appointed vice-consul-general at July 15, 190S. London in 1885 and was diplomatic' llr. Hiley of G-leichen moved inam- agent and consul-general with tho rank of Minister Eesident to Egypt from 1S93 tv 1397. He is a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, nn officer of the French Academy an.5 has teen decorated several times in countries. He received the cross of the Legion of Honor in 1905. He is an author of three books on Egypt and fcho East and many maga- J zine articles. For the benefit of lour .sres iendment .that the provision, respect- ing the change of hours be not made applicable to the National Park of Rocky Mountains, "which, includes the town of JBanlL After 'considerable discussion the amendnient was voted down, 10 to 7. Hen. Mr. Cross, who had charge of the bill, objected very strongly to the amendment. The fine the Noxious "Weeds Act remains at a district com- j threatening. There is chronic rebel- lion continually fed by an active j trade in contraband rifles and am- j munition, in which parties, of foreign- 2TS are taking part. It is understood BORDEN NOT IN FAVOR PUBLIC OWNERSHIP OF ders for that City the -arms and ammunition captured yesterday of the annual statement j Saskatoon, Sask., March. ulars have reached here of the bill now before the Senate-of Canada for Ottawa, Ont., March pre- i the incorporation of a company with oommons j power of the Saskatchewan River at- MAGISTRATE ARRESTED CRAZY DOUKHO80RS Newmarket, Ont., J. P. Is Charged Wom-en and Children LIvmg- With Perjury Toronto, llarch J. Wood- cock, former magistrate for New Vork, whose methods of keeping books is being investigated by Judge "Winchester, has been arrested un a of per jury under directions of local eG their duties. ed a deed of trust by which j Boys under sixteen years of age is set aside in. equal Dort-ions; to theinOvr working in. the mines will not College of Physicians in Philadelphia j be disturbed. she S50.000 to" the Franklin f the act new provisions are Institute" goes, to the Historical Society of Pennsyl- vania as a memorial to her first hus- band, Kobert J. C. Walker; to the Society for the Prevention of made for the appointment' of local; boards of health, and under the Vil- lage Act a man's, taxes shall not be less than instead of Si as under the "old act. Cruelty to Children of Philadelphia; To the amendment proposed to the from the Russians during the late war and that sh'e has handed over to shippers for the Chinese market no less than rifles .Another'thing that is; distressing the government is the alleged wholesale" counterfeiting of which has debased the cop-hect. notwithstanciin; Saskatoon. The capital stock is to j the crown attorney. The arrest was of the minister of railways was-well and -the company will 1 the direct result of the investigation but it is understood that the charges Mr. Graham was in excellent form; f Co., Ltd." .The stock holders are are based on tin- magistrate swear- and handled the subject in a Engen, J. F. Cairns, W. C. Su- ner which showed a wide and thor-1thertand- James Clinkskill James per coinage. and A. P. M'cNabb. The soli- his short time i t% at the head of the department. ton- is now in England it is be- is making ing to the genuineness of certain fees he charged and collected and to at the Naked this Cold Weather r'urt William, Out. March 5. At the inquest on a Doukhobor who died recently the jurymen, decided to investigate the conditions J of the house. They found men, women and children naked, many of them not- j having worn clothing since their ar- rival here. The verdict that the matt i came to his death from pneumonia and starvation as a result of no med- ical attendance. A witness in the box stated that the Doukhobors going to take the corpse into the bush- land there leave it. Na ottempt at_ Tokio, Ifarch Japanese government while maintaing the tirm- The main feature of his speech was that the Intercolonial was a work of which the whole Dominion was equal- j y interested. He est attitude concerning the seizure of J to its i i ror the''' being treated as a Maritime hotels, -stores the ship Tatsu Mara V the Chinese j and chartering at Maceo, Jrebniary ,t entertams I etc.. and the company may als'o car- -r-nc-r-vT-t-TfluT i (TO t- _ _ _ for securing- of, amount of ?iie charter alsc operation of a flour hotels, stores, the con- of vessels, idea of resorting to force for the 'HIPPO" JAILED thp udnaua. uie rv on the business of power and el- China delaj-s the action Japan to the Society for the Preven- Supreme Court act Sir. Hiebert also I appeal to England or America to ac ion of .Cruelty -to Animals of Phila- objected. He .thought that four as intermediary in the matter. delphia. I puisne judges in Alberta were sutBc- Mrs. Penfieid's !ient- without the appointment of au- sister-m-law. who tried to break old other- nc informed by the At- WiUL-im WpiVhtTTian'o T.Qfltomey Genera.! th.it -there were sev- get A cent. BROKE HIS NECK Port Arthur, Ont... March Joe Thompson, a contractor, the desirability of 'tracking 1 cr of water and that and may of the froni Moncton-to tract with persons, firms, municipal- ities and corporations for the sup- The citizens are Halifax and the grades con- form to Transcontinental. He! of electricity also at-the taking over of haiiciimg j branch lines were essen- CHURCHES TO WORK .TOGETHER burial been made. Brockville, 31'arch Presbyterjr named iiev; Jamt-s Car- i mich'ael .'for of the gener- al assembly, and .Walter Paul, Mon- Noted treal as moderator of synod of Mon- treal and Ottawa. A. cornrinssioii i was appointed to confer odists in this district to endeavor to reach an agreement rejjardinjc the closing up of smaller'churches- i.u ru- Cattle and Horse Rustler Caught at Great Fails ral portions. "Hippo" Johnson, the noted cat- tle and horse rustler who four, years ago broke from the "R.N.W.MVP. bar- racks. at Macleud, where he was in- FIRE AT MIDLAND, ONT. Midland, Ont.. March last coal for the United Colleries corn- 3 feeders of the trunk lines. In council a rt'Port fr0m an em- Inent engineer who stated that four reasons for another judge the first, that -the various judges of the with his load of coal today on to this, he showed that by M> J Court have been overworked thousand horse power could be devel for his grandchildren by deed, of explained Mrs. Pen- Feld. "After his death J resolved to mate a :siinilar provision. An ill-ad- Yised, groundless and unsuccessful attack upon, his will prevented this and''deprived 'the intended beneficiar- ies .of what they might have enjoyed for the last'xthree years. now intend to carry out my ori- :ginal plan. Were I less firm in my views I might be deterred by imper- tinent and intrusive suggestions, but J am unwilling that my present-pur- pose should be defeated by the folly of others. I shall always reserve to myself--the right, to judge. Wealth has its responsibilities, but also its rights." v wall paper departments of Playfair and Preston Company's departmental store. 'The-'iwss is- 'heavy but the fig- ures are not yet known. carccra'ted for indulging in his regu- i-ar calling. has been arrested ia' j Great Falls. 31'ont. About two months ago he was locuxtcd and ar- rested at that point. He is fighting- extradition and proceedings to him brought buck to Macleod have, been stayed for a time. circuit and appeals are sent up to the higher court. A further reason was that at pre- sent when an appeal was held from any one of the five membc-rs of the bench the appointment of another judge would prevent an equal divi- FINANC1ER SUICIDED 'Detroit, March route. j I Another feature was the denial of Mr. Haggart that Mr. Bpr-j Hance, first vice president of the j Union Trust company of this city and former postmaster of Detroit, den favored government ownership, j By-Laws H ave Members Elected THIRD TUNNEL FINISHED New York, .March 5- The third of the Pennsylvania, scries of four ANARCH ITS ARRESTED Chicago, March -Yan- iat, 35 years of age and William 5! Stadlwiser, 34 years of age, alleged j anarchists were arrested today in con- j.; sion of the bench as in the first case anfl killecl himself, early today in his home here. Friends say that he bad been greatly depressed over his financial affairs for. some time. AT WAR WITH BORDEN Faction Led By 'Foster in Mutiny Against Leader tried by them last autumn. Then was disallowed because the bench divided, two for and two ag- ainst the appeal. Still another reason was that with j another judge on the bench three could sit in court on appeal for the south, while three others were, sitting in the north. Premier Rutherford speaking briefly i finest civic building west of Toronto FINEST IN THE WEST Eegina, Sask., March 6.- -The JUMPED ON FRONT OF ENGINE i There was a full house at the mon- Winnipeg, March McLeod, j thly Board of Trade meeting last formal opening of the new city took place today. The new hall is the on the matter, said that according1 to population Alberta has a right to fifteen a much larger number j pie. than the province now had. and has an auditorium with a seat- a young Scotchman, made a desperate attempt: to suicide this morning by jumping in front of a C. P. R. en- gine struck him crushing his left loot plishing his rash purpose although he will" be maimed for life. The en- gine struc khim crushing his left oot so badly that-it will have to be am- putated. WANT TO COME HERE ATTACK MADE AGAINST B. C. BENCH ing-capacity of eight hundred'peo-j Land mer] gay that enquiries con- cerning lands in this district are i coming in twice as fast as they did last year. The prospective buyers generally, want' extended terms of payment but seem anxious to buy. BROKE WORLD'S RECORD Ormonde, Fla., March I his sixty horse power Italian car for hundred miles :at an of 77 average .The. .great majority of -the enquiries j g t Ottawa. March nest of traitor.-, with B. L. Borden 'ficuringi Vancouver. March G.--Hev. I'm l tVcirifio today broke the world's re- as the 'victim iiwtond of Sir pasror of the'First ITesbyteriarJ cord for average speod for the dis- ?.ie iri In-injr uncovered on jduu-ch.. 'Vancouver, croatud Piirliamen; Hill. the porson- the 'United States. STOMACH UNNECESSARY n-ight, seats being at a premium be fore the members were all assembled There was iit'l much business but a lively interest 'was shown in all that was done. Frank G. Waddington and James B. Gibbon were elected members of.'. the Board. The usual line of hot.air from, ad- vertising agencies and magazines was received and with the usual results, referred to the publicity committee Wm. Whytey second of he C..P.R., wrote saying that he had referred the matter of a through sleeper to. Siipt. Price at'Calgary. A Real estate firm in the United States asked the. Board to supply it this district." was dele- tunnels under the east river connect-, _, nection with the attempted assassin- j ing- New and'- Lone island City _ _, lb .iation of Chief of Police Shippcy. was opened. H-ntrmeers in charge ot r i; y b j Lazarus Averbuch, the young anar- the work suy that the .shields which attempted to was him, were atarted from opposite sides, came-together almost perfectly. Work on the fourth tunnel is well advanc- ed but it wouid.be some time before the New York and Island sec- tions meet under the river. The res.! gated to that work. The President i-cud the revised by- Frankfort, Ky., Karch ment of pool rooms and race track bookmaking in Kentucky jigures in the pool room, have passed in Sen- j" ate yesterday by. a. vote of 33 to 4. The bill legalizes betting on race tracks but provides drastic penalties fpr the proprietors or patrons of pool rooms and the forfeiture of of-. fice and imprisonment for officers who permit them to exist. of polic self slain was" one of the body of i; .men who called upon the corporation counsel Brundage several weeks ago to secure permission for the parade of the unemployed. This permission was denied because it was believed that it, would bring 't' about a clash between the reds and the police. PLEADED NOT GUILTY Toronto, Ont., March The trial Xow York, Feb. The Sun has j laws HS 'suggested by the committee, -'if ;lu- Cfirispirators is chuiig-'d is the by 'tl.ii- saniP personal vin- K. Poster. j sensation at a Presbyterian meet mar STREET CARS IN SHANGHAI received the following- e dispatch which wero adopted as read. inry of British Coiumliia, lie said: "'What want in British i 'Dissatisfied with ;i subordinate .is :i '-self-respecting judic- P.ition on the Opposition Mr. j iary Evon win tell you j Foster pensuadt'ii a'few of the noisi- etft'members oi Tlv Conservative side- to join, him in a mutiny ajrain.st thu nominal leader of the party. today against the jiidic-! March first sec-' from .Delagcniere, lectur-! G. :M'. Hutch, chairman of n special 1 electric street car service the of Medicine, as- j oon.mittee to den! with the Dominion in -Shanphai was successfully inau-! surod his heurcrs that it was possible! Fair, said that nothing had boon surated today. The cars arc running! to live without a stomach, but the j done, .except in gathering exhibits, woll and arc largely patronized. I figures ho quoted are not' likely to A mooting is to be held Thursday encourage? many to get rid of .'that night to consider plans now ttiat a when thc-stomach of ttimcs. troublous organ. Of ten J ffrant is assured. Of 'Mabel Allen 'c fire, to the -barns with "setting of .Jacob Hopkins, FLAX GROWS FAST (i On the last day of the Provincial Seed Fair, W. Blair of the J. BAR inbotham Co. staff planted some. of C. R. Ingrain's prize flax seed in. one of the flower pots in the drug j; store. Today the (lax is three inches high and growing fast. Apparently every seed grew and the.plants arc very Strong. near Mount Albert, began -in ses- NO CHANGE AT COLERIDGE Calgary March Albertan sions court this morning before Judge {says: R. R. Ja.mieson, who is in the j there is no use secvn-ing convictions, j.lK'Crtiise it will IK: upset by t.ho hifjh- i hi-nch on a 'technicality. Fast Borden had no control of the j women were recently released on bail actions oi his supposed f Jng the day-i. dur- He of thoir attitude-, liberate, attempt to oust hinr has beon made an-J there is ;r. bnd split, in the party.. One of the French-Canadian Con- [lending aj.ipeai. They did Hot leave the city but returned to their former nerves fail or 'Dyspepsia or Indigestion must always follow. But, strengthen these same weak inside cases ia which Dr. Dehigcneirc entire j A. Buchanan, chairman of the ly removed tho stomach owing to ad j pi'I'licity committop reported that as- vanced cancer four not survive i suranees had', been'., received 'from the nerves with'. Shoop's the .operation. The remainder lived j city. council that, the sum of. 'I I f _ _ T_. -t __ ___ and then see how quickly health win iirom seven months to '.three1 anu one for Fair ar.d One patient attends to general Board of Trade purposes- Lit) CilLfJlS I" over to the government .side and it portant is ruinored in Toronto thai. E. B. Os- life and conditions are now nearly as ier retiring because of the ascendancy of tho Foster clique. sensational developments are looked for within a short time. v i stimulate, the Heart or here" the presiding j is" wronP- Go to thc caiise of thcisc judge fell asleep on the bench and the case had to adjourned until next day. There is no use mincing matters. In order to effect reforms- we should strike at the very centre. ailments. Strengthen these 'inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and got well. A simple' single test will surolv tell. All Dealers Winchester. 7iot guilty. The prisoner'pleaded'! city, to "tin; Albertan .yesterday nied in full the statement which ap- i. peared ,in -tlni Albertan yesterday, INQUIRY BEGINS [which had been clipped from one of Ottawa, Ont., .-March f the .southern papers to the effect that j.: accounts commit Commons i't-he works now in Coleridge' this, morning inquiry into transactions of'western tim-ber lim- f! removed to Medicine Hat. Jamif.son says that- the state- Ottawa. Co., and others.figured. its in which tho 'names of W. Fra- j menl, is from start .to finish. i.....Mr.' Jamieson is particularly cm- j phatic in" his denial of the last, graph in 'the report which intimates ;i that some has given j Coleridge bocaiisc "a certain high of-1; ficial recfintlv moved to Winnmce." i I EXPLOSION AT ERANTFORD Ont. .March 5. Thc frame dwelling 'of Snii-th or. the technical .side of the operation is more perfectly performed the subse- quent duration of life, will be extend- ed and ihtvt cases of average danger will Jje operated upon and not mere- ly as now cases where all hope has been abandoned. Ottawa, March sentence of death on Samuel Prior for the mur- der of a little girl, at Wolseley, Sask., was commuted to life imprisonment on the ground that he fully j responsible for bis conduct. Darling .St. was wrecked by. a gas explosion this morning. Mrs: Smith was going into the cellars with a lighted lamp when explosion occurred She was very badly burned on thc h ana's and head and is now in thc hospital in a critical condition, owned 50 acres of land near Cole- j; ridge. This, Mr. Jainioson says, is 'j abaolutely and positively untrue. He-; owns'.no land in that district, and ji has never owned any land in thafcij district. He is interested individual- ly in no way in Coleridge. ;