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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOL lETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA, MARCH NO. 71 WANDERERS HOLD-THE CUP Agaii Ike Mntrcal Defeat the Wiuipeg Montreal, inarch 12. Wander- ers defeated the Mnplc Leafs here to- night if) the second game of the Stan ley cup series by a score of 9 goals to 3. This leaves the Wanderers in posseshion ot the trophy by a margin of twelve 'goals in the twenty-eight scored in iha two games. The Maple Leafs made a good fight in the first halfbut.werc outclassed in the second At half time th? score was Wander- ers 3. Maple Leafs 2. The first five goals in the second half were, taken by the champions and the lust two were divided. The ice was soft to- night and the Wanderers proved the best team -as ,they had in the first game when the ice was hard. -The play wtui .rough in the second hull, and the were numerous. The lineup was the same as in the first game. FLEET ARRIVES lit History Making Cruitt of Mil.s San" DiegoTCalv March the American Jwttleships under the command of Rear Admiral .Evans yesterday steamed into Magdalena Bay and anchored in Man-of-War cover, the "history" making" naval cruise of more than miles be- gun at Hampton Koads less than three months ago practically came to airc-nd. ONTARIO NAY ELECT NEXT JUNE DIVIDEND SMALL Toronto, March to the stagnation in the sale of building land, dispofcul of large estates of the defunct York Loan and Savings com- pany have noe been very rapid of late and funds in hand are not ex- pected to yield over 7 or 8 cents on the dollar .as first dividend. CORPORAL HUMBLY HURT Corporal Humby of the R.N.W.M. P. force at Medicine Hat and for" a number of years at Lethbridge met with an accident at Coleridge yester- day. Tie was thrown from a rig in which he was riding. lie was taken to tKe Medicine Hat hospital but as Tbt b the Prtfctiw Ex- pressed by tfce Torwto Globe Toronto, Ont., March says: The Legislature will probably be prorogated bt-fore Easter and gen- eral elections will be heldlhe se'eohd week in June. It declares this is the desire of Premier HOCKEY PLAYER FINED Ont., March Smith has been fined and costs for assaulting Harry Ferris, hockey player in a hockey game between Vic- yet it is not known injuries are. how serious his toria and Port Dover here on March BROKE WORLD'S RECORD Covered 627 Knot? in Heurr Twenty-Four Liverpool, March wireless message received by Cunard steam- ship company ,states that the Lusi- left here for New York on Saturday made a1 record run of Monday noon to Tues- day noSiK The run of 627 knots establishes a new world's rec- ord, the best previous was 613 knots made on November 6th. On that- run the Lusitania ailso broke the record for a westward voyanjfc for 18 hours and 50'minutes. FOREST RESERVE SET APART All the Eastern Slope of the Rocky Mountains From the Boundary to the Far' North to be Kept Under Strict Regulations ROBLW ON_A VACATION Premier of Manitoba Boosts Western n St, March Hon. R. P.- Roblin, premier of Manitoba, and miniater of agriculture, stopped in nil v.'.lV to Oklahoma ,am[ Texa> for an outing, after' the close 'of a lung ;tnd arduous session of 'Parlimeiu. fn talking of the fanning" of Western Canada, lie' stated "The prairie provinces of Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, room for twenty million Americans, a-, fust as they can bet conveyed- tin iv by the rail- "Tin-se. threi- pro- vinces ten years ago had fewer than persons; 'they now passed the million mark." NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL GttsTW Railway Bill MURDERER IS CONDEMNED TO DIE FIVE YEARS FOR WALSH Former of Chicago National Bank Senttnctd r Chicago; iUs., March Judge Anderson of the United States tiict Court today denied the motion for a new trial for John R. Walsli, Slayer of Denver Priest is Guilty of Murder in the First Degree Colo., Marcli Gnibep- po Alio, .who shot and killed Father Leo Heitirichs in St. Elizabeth church in this city February 23, was today found guilty of murder in the first degree. alty 'fixed by Hanging was the pen- the jury. MINISTER DIED IN ASYLUM Brockville, _0nt., March A. Gr Robertson, one of the Method- ist ministers of the Montreal confer- ence died in the asylum- here today. He was a native of Almonte and forty years of age. Montreal, March import-j of the country. This vast region he ant announcement was made by Hon. stated would bo kept free from sett- Sydney Fislier at the Dominion-For-hers and held for forest growth which estry convention hero today -that the j would, be cut-from time to, time un- Dominion government had decided to set aside, the eastern slope of thtv'Uycky Mountains' as a. forest re- serve" extending clear boun- dary to the extreme northern limits tier such .strict regulations as would preserve it. for nil, time as a forestry reserve for the west. The announce- ment was received with hearty-cheers by' tho delegates. GEORGIAN BAY CANAL Canadian Government -to It up as a National Project J. CHAMBERLAIN'S HEALTH Is in Italy and His Condition Much Improved Nice, -March- Alarmist, rr-poits concerning- the. health Joseph Chamberlain who ha.s been- hero for some time past arc untrue. His health i.s improving and h'e takes keene.st interest in current in the expectation of returning to po- litical activity. DATES FOR THE FALL EXHIBITION Aapst 4, 5 and 6 Favored by Agrictltnral Society Directors March idiaii" government -has under consid- iration the taking up of the Georgian Bay cnnn] as a national project ap- pears from the speech of Hon. Pug-sloy this morning in connection with tlie, made to the Deputy Minister Gobiel, of the public works. who is retiring.. ilr.- Pugsley aaid: "Ijv connection ,vith-tlie dt-partment there will be i most important work, one which" I im inclined to believe will mean zreat. things in the future for our couutry. I refer to the Georgian Bay canal, for which very careful sur- veys -have been "made and careful plans pri'parpecl. I am not at liberty to say what action the% government will take but it is enough for you to know that work is" being undertaken. think it will hs of great interest. to the eduutrv." CABINET RESIGNED Another Change at the Mock Parlia- ment CANT FIND MAN Who .Advanced Big Sum of 'Money To Bank -1- Toronto, Ont. March A curious episode has cropped up'in connection with the affairs of the Sovereign bank (Bill Ottawa, March Saun- ers, who for twenty, one years has so acceptably-filled the pasitiou of direc- tor of the Dominion experimental farm has been elected an honorary member of" the Agricultural Society of England., An Inland revenw bulletin shows that put of 144 samples of honey from all parts of the Dominion analysed during the 'winter, 135 were pronounced doubtful, 2 adulterated and 1 frankly sold as a. tionul bank, convicted misusing the funds of that institution- and sen- tenced )jim to" five years in the state penitentiary. Sentence was passed immediately. PLEBISCITE CARRIED Kenora, March pleb- iscite for the exemption of the Maple milling company from paying any municipal taxes'. was carried here today by a vote of :404 for and 59 against. The Maple Leaf milling company will now. rebuild their mill here." ONE HUNDRED ONTARIO SEATS AFTER A REVOLVER it was a reported to the woman tried to pur-jeralS. RedistributioQ B2 Wi fa- crease tke Represen- tation Toronto, March la the Legisla ture this afternoon the premier an- nounrcd the names of a special com- mittee to deal .with the redistribution of the province. it consists of Ilmi. Messrs. Whit- ney, Matheson, and Ilanna and Mes- srs. Dargavul, McDiarmid, May, Sa- muel Clarke and Bowman. The {three last mentioned arc Lib- her husband. J. T. ENGLISH IS ON TRIAL At the District Court this morning before Judge Winter, the cuse of Hex vs. .1. T. English was taken. Eng- lish is aiviiscd of money from the body of a cletu! Indian found in the Saskatchewan River at CJrassv Yesterday police that rchusc a revolver from C. W. Gray. Mr. Whitney mentioned that the In reply to Mr. Gray's question she membership of the house would be in- ..stated that .she wanted it to shoot a creased to over one hundred by the man that had said she was untrue to j addition of new constituencies in New She didn't get the gun. j Ontario and the increased representu-. i tion for Toronto, lie said, hovev- ,er, that he. did, not think a city like Toronto shoujd be represented in pro- portion to population. __Thc rest of the province ni.iy or may not have the sauv uumber of members as at present. Ele indicated that the- basis of redistribution be equalization' of population and that county boun- daries will ho- followed as closely as- possible. The leader of the Opposition'ex- pressed the wi.sli that some way could be found_-to make it unneces- sary to increase the number of-mem- bers' beyond 100. As for Toronto, Grassy Lake Man Before Judge Winter on Charge of Robbing a Dead Indian Evidence Given by Mr. Parker and Wife Kriglish .wanted him' to the body into the river help push but never asked him to take it. He saw Eng- j he did not see why the, city should lish- push the corpse into the current llewalkpd about fifty yards into the water. Questioned regarding the tak double its present representa- tion. The city would only have six. membcrs going on the basis comprsumi. 5 The Retail association of'Canada will oppose in the senate [Lake. ling of the money, witness said that i sentat ion at Ottawa. terms, of the, "government's bill res- The first witness was Alfred Park-i English ripped the pockets with his The bill got jts second and- pecting co-operation of societies on er. who was wjth l-Jnglish on the oc- knife. the ground that organisation of co-jcasiosi. He told of the fishing ex- operative stores- would work detriment of the retailers r.f Canada The following bills third He had talketl of thc affair a j was'referred special- committee, deal, and under pressure said people without they had .daily j MESSENGER GETS 6 Vankleek Hill, March MONTHS Martin to the j ctir.sion unrt of" the finding of .the bo-[ lu; had told Tvf anada, j English hnd stated that if any- j boingasked.'.AtrhoihV _ The following bils rf-ad fi thing pockets Jic' would j talked jJ.-Grace, Dominion messen- ird tnnejn respect-i have. noUiing' Mrs; Mnrj of- the prc- ser nrr.e5ted-.a few days-ago for- a g "Britib-l? previous to ivoigunization which to move an j too late. It appepar.s tluit 000 was advanced on two notes sign- ed by f'D. F. "whom the the management have been unable to -locate despite the fact that the Do- minion has been hcoured. Cash was paid on the notes without security o'r collateral .and they had name of an endorser on them whom investi- gation has also, failed to locate. NO PROFIT IN SELLING LIQUOR whole'cabinet with him and Kx-Pre, to form a coalition. action was caused' by the disappointment felt on account of .the inactivity of some of the of the club executive who were not members of either gov- ---------------j THing.-i took a sudden and unexpect- }od turn at thc Mock Parliament last )i the iourtc.cn directors of and District Agricul-! tural Society -wore present at a meet J ing in thc council chamber last night. j -Courtfcc ft ym lho.finnnc.nl standing of the society two of UurOppositiou i and several -questions in connection1 coming fair were discussed ;tho chief item of business was appointment of a delegate to at- a mooting of the Alberta Agri- ciiltnrnl Fairs Association to he" held As a result the whole ex- Calgary, on March J8 and 19. j eculivo WR8 vacjuit oxcept sjicciar tjfc presidency. President Courtice _ attractions and thc selling of books, ,hen ask'cd Premier McClel. or pools at-the fair were referred to to preVnier aml lo Sc1ect the sports committee. In general it cabinet to take control of the club was the opinion that some special. affairs> The cabinet chosen ,ho feature should secured. Letters now pri.mi-er included Messrs. U. L. co.Hain.ng tho suggested names. Bat-! Copo, G. Hannerman, H. Bannerman, tlevrcw" and "Altabridge" for TayW fr0m own ranks grounds were laid on the table' until additional suggestions could be secured. H.-Whitmoro and 0. D. Austin from tho.other sido. This was considered (nt. wny ,0 lb Hon. Geo. E. Foster's. Sug- gestion to DoflHokm Alliance act respoctijr WosU-rn AibTrta had been a white man, it-would chiefly for its exact coincident..-'' arid-.was sentenced to sixv company; and an act to ampruL t he. j different. He had refused 'assistU-ith that of her husband. G't.c loin in Jail- net. English dispose of the. body. Xbt j the alleged threat of English to knowing how to toport the matter he j kill" her boy for fear he would give' ACCEPTS POSITION amendment to the bill increasing the rfour different men to (io it away. of railway coinriii-ssioners for him. amendment isf Cross-examined L. .M. John- To 2k I ACCEPTS Taylor., "of she said, thauj :ict'cPtillff Lhc position offx-red her by the motive for giving the information Lfu; school board and will take Canad.t to six. Hi that no more than four-meifibsrs "of r stone witness admitted having htui- was purely lo sec justice done. The j charge of her department in West- such board shall appointed more or less trouble with F.nglish. children, aged nine and seven, years minstpr School on Monday. the same political party. '.The Senate has "luive. printed a return showing the ap- pointments to the senate since, con- The witness got tangled-up us to his motives-for reporting thi c.tse. He wanted to see ju.stico done, and he feared Kngli'-Ji's threat against the far side of tho. tree differed from f an address last evening in St. 'James Methodist church at the' annual -convention: of the Quebec provincial branch of the Alliance, Hon. G. E. Foster suggested that licensed drinking places in Canada should be conduct- ed on H system such as obtains in federation with dates of appointment boy. and when appoint.-rs ceased to bci -I Senator Loughufl called attention to the fact that 16 Hindus had: been fined each 'fur 'violating the British Columbia Natal act, and askr ad' what the Dominion government ,vas going to do about it. Hon. Mr. Scott said the government had taken j no and he could not grfy wfiat action would be taken. The. Commons- banking- today reported j [tlic bill giving tlm Order'bij Foresters the right extend its to sale, of endowments; an- nuities and to carry o'n insur- ance business in ail branches' in -'the same -wav as ordinnrv life. The or- had-the sumo-high sense of justice ami lay- awnkc nights because of it. AN EIGHT HOUR DAY Her statement that the body was on March 13.-Painters .-___t Iiore want eight fiours a day with no cut in wages and 'threaten to strike j thcprevjous tesliniony. if the demand granted. TADED ATTEMPTED HOLD UP W.Johhston Reports Case Clue to Man der. however, is subject to amendment the goveni- whieh may be made in ment insurance bill. also on thi1 Insurance company of with headquarters at Montreal and with, a On the. Serious Charge of Killing Cattle On Cameron Ranch Johnston, who delivers milk for the Fail-field Dairy, was Inst night the victim of an attempted hold-up. Jlii was driving home about eleven i o clock when two men on horseback rode" up to his rig near, the exhibi- tion grounds. One of them ran up! j boh hid his rig and struck him on the! heodwith a heavy article. He f ly turned his horse and returned to I 11 ______ i thc city, reporting thc circumstance to the police. Pnrrv and Con- On Wednesday, Iwlress Ganlm-r and UQRO. itmnejiiately went scene but no trace could be found. J -.Johnston says that on two other occasions a man tried to hold him MODEL FARM FOR THE HAT Dry Will be Dem- onstrated There Grants for the Purpose Ed. Holmes, ranchers in the Taber j district, wore placid in custody of the' The committee! R -x- 1I.-'P. on ii charge of killing; Travellera' Lifeicattlt' >he property c-f the Circl Tint, .March l2.-TIon. W. Ranch Co. They are .said to have been c.iught in the act on the Cam- parts of Great Britain and the j United' States, a "system by which moneymaking is eliminated from the management. In all such places Fos- ter said lea, coffee, and light refresh- ments would be provided and care exercised -in refusing liquor to nil wb'o had enough. capital of Objection of the! ero" Travellers' Life, of Hartford, Conn., to of of the new company was twenty-eight miles cast The accused appeared before In- specter. Wes'- yestiTflay and were re_- W. Greenway. Dominion lands until Monday next when commissioner, before the public wil1 have their. preliminary counts comittec of thc House! of -Com-1 hearing. In the meantime they nre nions-todav in rceard to western kcPl ftl thfi .Barracks. IMediciru of the parties T.Finhiy, minister of agriculture. 1 hnd conference with some of the' members of the committee on thc de- up on Westminster Uoad .near the mon-stratio11 as occasions. half-btiilt shack. He rccoguiz.od }IC hns secured from the Alberta of the in last night's affair i government 'a grant of Si.000 for would-be hold-up on the yonr for farm, which grant willlK? handed over to the agricultur al society. This .will be supplemcnt- ed by the grant of Si .000 from thc Cutting Down Electric Light at the c.P.U. Arrangements arc now taking Depot With a Vengeance C. P. R. VERY ECONOMICAL j The Canadian Pacific Unilway Com j pony is practising .economy a t sr lands but now he openexl PREFERRED DEATH TO TORTURE vengeance. They arc noxv cut.tinij pfT epteH tend.-r.-'. They were, j _---- tho electric lipht.s nt thc station. Ex- -flffri definite shape. The department of the interior will give the land for the farm to the Alberts department of WANTS ALBERTA GRAIN j part ment 'which had been used for j A numbvr of small accounts were! mado by the club in thp early days of South African Farmer Sends Here for j this purK'se. There had been noj 'its history. arc enthusiastic; Good Seed change in the system since he-had! B. HurnctL was appointed to at-1 jn' of the club and tho remain-j [assumed office in succession-to J.G.! meeting of the provincial; jng Woeks of the Parliament prom- Chas. Mnir. Fmmifiration Agent, isjTnriff. Tenderers had access to the j to be even more, interesting receipt of n letter gating that [room when the tendVrs were openeil.! ber limits, said that up till a "year ago he had merely opened tenders j for timber opened in broad dnyliphL- There'wasj R.N.W.M.P. Constable Shot Himself when .the 'trains arc in there "is Hon. Finlay desires the local. no dark or .secluded room in the de-1 -ru__ e..ur._ i_.----- j onlyonc light around the whole place, committee to select the land at once in the operator's room. There is not and to look the work necessary ja light on the platform or in the'this year, jwRiJ ing rooms. People who' go there j'" Next vear the farm will be token Rather Than Suffer Intense rrf'n lend thc association at Ualgnrj'. Wm. Oliver I i.s past. }C. (jsiixlncr of Harvest Yale. Salem j Special committee of Parliament Uvhose bady was found Monday on thc 0.. Cape Colony. was elected, ns alternntivc. Thc dates for the different provincial fairs ofi The club appointed >ressrs. Court-1'' the province will be arranged at this ice. G. ttannerman and Austin to I to send him Ibs of Al-j duction of old ajrfarch thc LEAVE DOORS OPEN The policemen ww that employees of several business houses are very cniX'Jess in leaving their doors open or insecure. During.the? past few district nnd has heard of the excel- Smith. M. P. favors the royal com- [bullet went through the roof of his j Liberal convention last night, Messrs. j nights, the night police have found lent seetl wheal, raised in thc locality r-ublicity counts, mission taking evidence thV Dominion. thtoughont mouth, and the lips were blackened Harty and Pense were nominated for several doors open, unions 'with' smoke from the pistol. the Federal and Provincial Houses, curelv fasten inL or inse- ;