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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V tal fi, L E T H B R I 0 G E, A L B E R T A, U RDAY; MARCH 14, if II verm, BASEBAli Ndber rf NMS tains to ,The baseball meeting held in the Men's "Club parlors lust night wcll_ attended _by huhtiball clubs of the CJcityi 'advisability of forming a (fcity not require much djs- OK eyeryoive was nil Jjin At-thtf outset -i" V i f sHutnprios and 0. Austin Broke Into Mayor's Home 1 Duncan, McLean SunUnced at the Barracks to Last night Duncan McLean got on a considerable load of booze and started "on un expedition around the course of his voyage of discovery he wamlcrcd into Vr ih'Guire's Jfouse but find- iiijj jjio man _oM.lie house at homy he quickly left ancl to Mayor Hen- derson's house, whcivj Mrs. son and two child.-en were alone. The daughter has been ill for some time and Iho excitement upset her over- wrought ricrws necessitating -the send ing .for the doctor. Constable Cil- lespie und in response to a tel- ephone mpASftgu took the -jnan into custody, ...This niorning P. Ilarrifa prosecuting Magistrate Hum- phries sentenced the- explorer to iwo months with hard hihor the, ]3'ir- racks. ,was A. 0. were 'el- chivirmnn__an_d_sccret ptively. Several teams had regularly j appointed delegates present. Cor- Wude and Dr.'Gallivan for the R. V. Gibbons, for thte Vstfttx- bunch, Courtice, yG. Austin'for "the Men's H. WARNER IS BOOMING Warner is on the boom ju'dging from tin.' traflic going through, Lcth- bridgc for that place. This morning .settlers nfTwi-e-O.e- prop- erty of Ja.s. -Andcison, From Tfunts: villc, Ont., went ouL to the new "Every abains> mm _ M, is a children in planting trees nad Fiske'sexampli) 1 ing will to all but each egates: pobccl of Aubrey chiei of imlicc; Frederick' W. un.i Arthur W, .Tones, socra- of the cub. is that Lcc clared to be one of _t thc best II. led bodies; the Pacific Northwest. W. U is planned on lines bimilar-to mlopicil by Tammany, in that, in "addition to the chairman, thare is a vice-chairman in each a SHOW RECEIPTS Poultry Association-Held Mseting "And Receivad the Returns -imnKers, r. _; t MeV, under the supervision. Jy that .these willMloublc f T fonn5riy cits so make hix strong teams. At a ciatioh reported on the financial standing- oi the association as follows: There will; Uc cnlty in keepiiVg -the, "inimbar of clubs, cw talktxi ongoing women and.......-, A. R. T-Uo.r C.P.R., Clerks, a attnuai every block within tne Young chiWrcn uM t flf wwk UorporaUd city limils. Then there of 1 is H joint composed oi -O.vt hc S216.00 -i THionth-d ronnwIvcitvenJmon, v ho make up the subcommittee I Henry .J. Lihonih-H, buiWinES.4 nn (Total 5-341.00 At a meeting of Press Capons xviH provided and and tree 'lives Fn the parlor'of the Ualmoral business houses j Aubrey L-o 'hotel'last'night a baseball club wns to haul formed-and H. Nicholson appointed j indncralors. manuger. A delegation of, d to attend >c meeting v the Young-ifcn's Glub parlors for I illlAi I fur him that he appear when-j was ever called upon for sentence should J any such occasion arise-1 court resumctl y tcrnoon the prosecution c Indian Good" supposed deceased riuliun. Porker, the nine-year old son oi the Saskatchewan. Mr. is a Ii3 lHuglish, wife of the accused.' cft young is quite cer- her conlraditteil taiu lo give the bank good service as f--entirely the story of the Parkers and mftnager. His successor has not-yet Jtold of-mom-y English had to pay been chosen. _ omi The accused -went into Jas. Still, of Lloydminster; suc- ,x "to toll his own story and ceeris R. M. ifcL'ean, who is retiring money frW the from the bank to enter the law office and s.iid Parker had re- Of Conybeare and Jones. out of Constable lirs: by the Judge. evident: the Hndinfr the body ancL v larly with regard to thc pockets. Ashore. His evidence as to the torn opposed to Con- Brewer The both agi cs I a At ARBITRATION BOARD MET to Consider Points Issue Between Employers and .Emoioveis at .Wins will be over which a spe- UHc Railway sjblcm. (Cor.tinuid on Bick Page.) and as somebody remarked Then sccuivd _ hive' something, up catoherf and Kippert. outfielder. Mackm gingery little, second Works, of Medicine team -ho last who topped tho Western, Cauada be played nt t_ and BIG BUZE AT i General expenses of- show S112.C.I Special 'prizes 18.00 1 Regular ......-198.00 Total on hand S 13.01 i A communication stating that the (government made "an nppropria- tion for tho establishment of a pro- 'jVtncial breeding, demonstrating and DIP TIMDCD 'experimental phml wtus received from Dill IllflDEIVlA. W. Fok'j. poultry "superintendent 30th, -the da ker found it. ated they knew, of dition ul the time. (.he Knglishs. On deciding of the cas.t concer" Vmter GREAT TRIP OF U.S. FLEET CALGARY NEWS joint arbi- of- the mine operators and miners provided for in the pres- an adjourn-, agrcftraent between the association and the TJ.M.W.A., met Tuesday "at Blairmore where all such meetings are to be held in future. Three matters were for cotisidera- j tion. two of which ,were disposed of League in percentage of for Spokane and .leaves1 Hfi a, _ T____, to join thc Eastern League- team I that city. It is hardly probable that-1..... ball will im; Easteni will ablo to hold the Ibig fellow for more than one season, lashis work stamps him as abifi Icag- Tic ttiirW consistently and >'brilliantly for thc Hat oil -season nnd remembered, as; will Kjpporfs .work in left field nnd at the? bat. .Tim' Fleming want- ed Lctbbridgc to let him sell these men for them but the management thought "they could- do better them- Thrcfe Quarters of Montana Tow Destroyed by Fire where PS and -ticing one of a I get nolliing out "f j, could hnve picked up about -Kdmontun-and hail to Jho lineup the-Spokane team 'ito laurt the now re Butte. Mont., March twlay destroyed three fourths of Big Timber. Montana, making three hundred fam- ilies homeless and. causing damage. The fire raged for several of the'department of agriculture. Th> letter Ftnted that the work of crntip- hiing nnd opor.tting the plant will I be undertaken at' once and asked for i the support and cooperation-of the I local associations. If members of tho poultry associations desire to enter into an ,-xperimcntal investiga- tion and experiment in the .various branches of poultry work thc depart- ment would IH- plcoscii. The letter j also stated that-the formation of a Will Visit Pacific and Cruse Arooi tk es Pr'ze Money for Dominion Exhibition am} one laid over to the next meeting. -A new Theater to Be Built i One .subject related to the price of ____ j pillar work in the mines of the Inter- C-ilparay MbMa, March j national Coal and Coke company at Dominion'Fair directors held a four 1 Coleman, the company insisting on a hours Cession yesterday arranging being made by the union. The attractions for the fair and gt-tting decision reached was that new men of days pay, alter out prize hate. J' follow ing sums were allowed for which a contract price snould be. different exhibitions as prize money: jcd by thc ,committeee. Hordes 10000; cattle sheep; matter came from the SI 566- lamp men of the Michel miner of the dairy fine art.s ?676; Crows Nest Pass company. The Hmp- natural "history district exhi men asked for an J bits and exhibits of agricultural pro- provinciol poultrj- would receive tho hr.irty of thc de Mar. H.-Secrewry of ducts nr Xavy Motcal the niov meeting today. It wil its', Francisco on July 6th, proprictor o{ thc fteT a cabinet theatn- has dec'idcd to build tter vn Lyric hours during a struggle ccntro gale, of Kr.vly fire was the lost special train fire appara- i and has iiccn sol d llc. in; tus was hurried Clanin. Dunn. Wright, Ma- about thirty Oshorn. T.oucksl Th trom fire started in the stock of agriculture. The local approval of intention of the gov-jcific establish a poultry phmt styled it. but would ont.M- protest if it was tho Hawaii for eonl. intcntsnn of depnrtment to com- i go .to Samoa, then uith men in the will stop at of eggs hatching sor pure ney. bred breeding stock. San "for our Fa- :iil first n" theater here. It will" be a vaudeville house with for five hun- dred people. The new theatre will increase of which after pay con- he completed in tim? for the Domin- ion Kxhihition. A despatch from Spokane receiv- to 1-2 a day sideration, was granted. The old subject of the back hand system at Wile was the third subject but all parties were not ready and on a request' for a postponement being made, it was put over as stated. ed today states that that city will an: to go to dollars by the local', nnd Fopari> to Spokane where MacM'irdo. f stanco in uu- Uti-u f o Northern Pacific company and) Messrs. Hamilton, and snread to a dwelling on. binson appointed dcleffatos to.ftce vril th, tou-r, Thence1, th, Calgary- ha, vessels! run a business men's excursion to and while in the Calgary lor the Dominion Fair run anmial target prac-j nine several trains. The return will way such ports as as f land the pennant for Spokane sure, cine !Ut Ncu- mado to NEW SECRETARY TREASURER of j ft I a me.-tmp ijlof .Iho board some time since, potn C. P. R. WAS FIMED Macleod. March C. T. R. o Vus today fined 9200 and costs for i- wofkinp Multen or. Sunday, December lo. without allowing him 21 hours'rest during six days, con- trary to the Lord's Bay Act. Mullen is the aerator upon whom is the for the train accident at Brock lime ago. at present rests. Billy will JMessrs. Cook. ami rarier. to United the resicnation oi wr. tokane suVe.'cine Hat ou{ n vjdo swath} Mfissrs> njlininson and f. t.ieir upon thc} treasurer of the board was-. L... M.. is the moMng __ Con-1 is nrovuip Mr. Kwing Rslyhe rase was heard before t rotes Steams, suul George. he starttHl out in thc right way father up n team of calibre-'is cvidencexl by thc men] pickwl to" play wUhjup. Mr. From last gear's Medicine Hi. I] M'iHt i" the f bunch hecomP more a-piece for lot the thc moving vorred nnd thc flames were driven has back destroying the buildings which WEULAND CONSERVATIVES Wclland, March nominated E. E. Fraser, j jtrviiinii, _ nhnut tne i----- 8500 for Totmmi, some a handicapping the fire fight- will come in auon of a w. Women joined in the strugg e 'ccpUblV iiuJftpiiiff osit, last year's has hoard iMao.Und carried food to .cveiy man while hcrc: 'U.mnton o.uietiy wait-luin and Strathcona. that base l --1 .i.snTilK hrsr" of March broxwht ball is to go. _ SMALLPOX AT MONCTON Moncton. X. B., March H.-Small- i pox is so prevalent bore lie, B. -0. At the same meeting Rev. S. H. Webb was chosen to fill the position and already he is proving iumself a worthy successor. that thc fichters finally nias t _ SSed forces aroundl board of health ordered the th blaze Nation.! Bank where the schools and churches finally extinguished. farther notice. closed until For the past week he has been very busy as- sessing the property holders, gather- ing in the unpaid taxes snd making himself quite evident to all the citi- LINDSAY MAN DEAD Toronto, March .Crow zens who came, to this city from Lindsay recently was found dead in bed yes- terday. A bottle was found in the room which had contained laudanum but whether the man took an overdose or not, it is not known. ;