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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta IFe Herald VOLUME 3 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1908. NUMBER GREAT FLOODS IN PACIFIC STATES ARBITRATION BOARD MET Rivers of Oregon, Washing- ton and Idaho on the Rampage Portland, Ore., March Not in jaany a year have so many points in the Pacific North-west, all at the same time- faced such serious danger from flood as they do- today. From last Friday until now heavy rains have fallen over the whole of the North- west and every rivulet is a roaring x torrent and every river a lake, Bridges have been washed out or dy- namited. Bailroad tracks are under water and when the traffic is not de- layed by these disasters nuge land- ii request made, it was put over as stated, the way. Most serious reports come from A COLEMAN HOTEL CLOSES JKalia in the Lewiston, Idaho j Coleinan, March of the country. Railroads are deep under J hotels here has been closed, as a re- bridges are washed out and'suit of a lawsuit between the Coal At to Consider Points at Issue Between Employers and Employees Frank; March joint arbi- tration board of.'the mine operators and-miners provided for in the pres- ent agreement 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 up for considera- tion, two of which were disposed of and one-laid over to the .next meeting. One subject related to the price of pillar work in the mines of the Inter- national Coal and Coke company at Coleman, the company insisting on a price being mada.by the union. The decision reached was -that new men should be tried at days pay, after which a contract price should be fix- ed by the comrsitteee. Another matter came from the lamp men of the Michel mines of the Crows Nest' Pass company. The lamp- men asked for an increase of pay to 1-2 a day which after con- sideration, was granted. The old subject of the back hand FACE MORE CHARGES _ President Angell, the venci Will Appear in Police Court Ann Harbor, the Scene ofof thc i young men and the OD Several Charges of Theft Jacob Sawchuck is not yet through with his troubles and the next series starts tomo rrow in the Riotous and Exciting Afiair Ann Harbor, Mich., March Twenty'University of Michigan stu- police court. dents spent Irist night-in jail and toe Star theatre was thoroughly wrecked u as a a riot of students here H. T. the city he e Star Theatre." College men system at Lille was the third subject minster among Some time ago, when of Winnipeg, was in identified, some articles that had been j pcured join the marchers at every block and when the procession reached the' theatre fully men bolder, spirits among the students decided to muke reprisals ag- ainst Uie .-'cheatre' management. Lost night a procession was formed that went through the students district of the student boarding house out for boys rail away 'w.ilh 100 feet'of hose Whenthe hose was recovered Chair- man'MiJiard of the hoard ,01 fire com oriieron tin; m'eiHeii' to re- turn io their station-declaring that no one had any right to call out the fireman for such duty. President Angell, the venerable head with the young men and asked them to dis- perse hut his words could not bs heard twenty feet away in the tur- moil. A bugle sounded at the local .armory'indicating'that the state mi- litia were to turn out, calming the rioting students "at last, 'and about midnight the mob began .to disperse. It was not until 1, o'- clock, however, that the quiet, was Borne of the police and several students were slightly hurt, injuries result- ed. i GAS BORING TO START AGAIN TO PAy TEJV DOLLARS' PJErR FOOT THE WKILLIJfG ASfD A TO 'BOTH THE WRILLEtt AJVD ELECT'RIC LIGHT- CO. CITy ELECTRIC stolen from his residence on West- j Taking up the gas-well proposition sunk to feet, when. 'at the council last night, Aid. Ives, feet is reached, and SG.QGO foot, when the the chairman of the committee, explain-- (lots shall ueromi, citv s property.: ed that though the agreement was lf gaf. Js slnjck as ia passed by the special meeting of the j the city is to pay forthwith arty bait council, it had been necessary to j ariee of the then make one or two changes. One was j (g) jj js struck as provided :i the stipulation of a certain. number DCfore the foot level is reached of cubic feet of gas per day. The oth- (the city shall give company a er was concerning- the driller's bonus, j bonus of in addition -to the which is now definitely settled at 25 per foot, jf between and feet for SlO a foot or S2500 no feet, the bonus is to when he struck gas. The bonus ;f between, and feetx 10 the driller has nothing to. do with it is _' the bonus to the company if gas is{ (7) cjty rausffs ia struck. A third change was the ad- j driiling. it is pay de- dition. of a clause stipulating that j Johnstone to carry the Sawchuck. case agams j the contract shall "cease if the drill- A FAIRY TALE J illg is not completed by April 1. 1900 Toronto, March Man- While the council looked, on in j brciithiess silence, Aid. Ives took pen I ereign bank of Canada held two I cii in hand and wrote the motion) j dents-hurted a brick, through a front -notes amounting to maker that committed the city to" the agree! but all parties were not ready and on j pair of He laid.j--e-line for a -postponement bein- i information and instructed L. M. Crashing- glass announced the open- gcr says the story that the 3 i rtf tic? c-Hi- i t i i j _ ,tiing of the attack as one of the stu- gov window ui :the theatre and from that and endorser of which could not ,b.V On one of his visits home while the j moment pandemonium reigned. found is a; fairy tale. Legislature was in session, W. C. j dews not only of the Star Simmons, M; P. p., while trying to Or buildings were wreck iears are entertained that the water wbrka which .supply.-the city, will be ikroded an dthe supply of drinking shut ofl. Many families have been driven from the low lands. The Touchet-.and Petit rivers have washed out .the city dyke at station. In western'Washington; the, rivers around Seattle, and Tacoma are still rising but little damage has resulted far. The Wiltmetta river and its :-bibutaries: are running like a mill raxse above Saleia but, no .resulted; yAe usual ..during flood'.conditions, the railways are Bumbered among the principal suf- icrer's." The ivorst of these is the Oregon E.H. Navigation, which has not been able .to send a train through in the past .36 hours. -This road is Mocked principally by heavy land- slides east and west of Pendleton, Train service in the neighborhood of Walla Walla and from Lewiston north "is a standstill. Walla Walla... March Not _for wiany has this city faced so a siiiistior. o? it -ioe.-i today iioin the Hoods which have come down from the. Blue Mountain and made Mill Creek a roaring torrent. The Fourth street bridge has been out. Part, oi the Third street bridge has been blasted out, the gas rks have been flooded and closed devrn. Main street for several blocks- above .Sixth street is reported to be wnder wator. In the mountain dis- trict the water is rapidly filling base- ments. flood conditions are appar- ent in all p.-irts of the Walla Walla Valley. WATERWORKS AT STAFFORD The village council of Staffordville sure taking steps to get a waterworks system installed in xhe village. To- migfat the council meet, to ar- range for raising the necessary mon- ey. If they can make tbe arrangc- ment if is their intenvton to put in tlteir ovrn system and get the city of I to supply the water. As no formal application has been to thc -city council aRhough. it been talVcd over informally. company" and the proprietor. ALBERIANS FOR QUEBEC i collection came across a -tent thai dents finally the building in jb. ad been stolen from behind his res- j Udence. He had got after Jake, for out thG The-police were, pow- causing the wind to be blamed for; erjess> the' students jeering at the taking it away and will appear as a i CHEAPER IM FOR FARMER (S) The city agrees to supply "ail wuter free of charge and assumes alt claims for damages that may ariset from the duriiping of thc escavateci material on the lane in the." rear of the lots, provided the company build a fence along the lane. (9) The. company agrees to give city the option and privilege of pur-. prosecutor to-morrow ten o'clock. mornng Squadron to Attend Big Cel- ebration New Mail WANTS ALBERTA GRAIN South African Farmer Sends Here for Good Seed rid stealing the helmets. The fire department 'was summoned to.j drench the crowd witli water. The! last eveningr "which lasted to nearly one o'clock-. 'this morning. The, mov- I ing picture machine and theatre pia- nola .to pieces. Trouble stETteU Saturday i a dispute' betireen a forestry, student Carriers v named from Kentucky and Chas. Hair, Immigration .Agent, is 'the: proprietor of the thea- C. Gardner of .Harvest Salem perforjT1ance was .in Drocress and IP. Colony, request-the de- Kamm was' ordered Ordinance to be Amended to Expedite Settlements of Disputes by Law partrnfint to send him 200 Ibs of Col. Walker has applied for per- IfertaRed. Hard Winter-Wheat from mission by consent of the D. O. C. j this district, also 10 Tos. of peas, progress to -leave the Edmonton, March next is- sue of the Alberta gaette will con- Be got: up af once -to. leave. important .announcement with but it is said floor he slapped Aspect, to in small debt Manager -Tleynolu-s this Decently there to take- a squadron of the 15th .Light which he wishes .to use for seed pur- Special Policeman Schlini- a of-towns throughou, the Mr. Mair will place the order mftr in. tHi4 .emolov of the theatre. Province at which District Court hold Horse to the Centenary exhibition at I poses. Quebec. In tbo interest of tho'splen- rlid body of light cavalry throughout the west, coining from not only Cal- gary but Mficleod and Edmonton, will enrteavor' to form a here at tbe coucliision of camp in June and send them, to this airnost national exhibition. Postmaster G. C. Tving Iws received instructions from Ottawa to add threo more mail carriers to the tocat staff bringing the forco of mnil car- with some farmer in this district to ship as the department is not in the commercial business. Mr. Gardner is evidently one of the bur farmers -of the Port Elizabeth district and has heard of the- excel- wheat raised in the locality Publicity counts. rner. in employ of the theatre, took Mr. Reynolds' part and it is' JudSes wil1 in said "inflicted a'scalp wound, on the blow with his billy. News of the affair circulated ain- 'onp.thf- Mtiinfuts Sunday and yester- day with the result that some of the PEOPLE riers for the city of Calgary up to twelve men. Two started to work this morning to deliver the mail on the mission as far as the Albion Ho- tel, it being the- intention of the dii- Never Such a Rush of Settlers to This District Before Alberta bids fair to depopulate j Dakota if the present rate of immigration keeps up or increases. On Saturday five car loads of sett- icrs' effects caiue in over the south line from Idaho Falls. N. D., for Olaresholm, three Nolan brothers and j two Davis brothers being the owners Macleod, March C. P. K. I Yesterday ten cars came in over the was today fined and costs for C.P.R. from Eckrnan; N.D., nine of working Operator Mullen on Sunday, w-hich were for Lethbridge, and one December 1.5, without allowing him for Warner. Among the owners of 24 hours rest during six days, con- these were Chas. Hangen, E. B. Page trary to tho Lord's Day Act. Mullen j j -g and D. T. Currie, and F. is the operator upon whom is the poarse. Some of them had two partment to cover the whole of Cal- j and a portion of greater Cal- C. P. R. WAS FINED Ale NO COWS and Chickens A Douk- hohor Order tbe future hold sit- tings of that-'court... Owing to the fact that the court will hold sittings in other than district towns, it was found necsessory, in order to facili- tate the discharge oi business in the court in the simplest manner and at the smallest cost, to make certain changes in .the rules regarding small debt proceed-ure. Consequently, an nrdtvr in. ennne.il has been passed to take effect on Maxch 20th, repealing the old rules, being roles 602 to 622 inclusive of the Judicature Orclin- :ance, and substituting new rules. forms and tariffs therefor. j This part of the. Judicature, ordin- has long been known us the- Farmer's and the changes instituted by the Attorney General ore primarily designed to give farm- ers cheap and expeditious means for settling disputes by law. Process issuers are being appointed at various points throughout the Pro- vince in order that process may be obtained and at the home town, instead of at district- towns only and sheriff's bailiffs are being ap- ment. IJhe wearisome special meetings, reports and agree- ments, ad ad nauseam, and does by the agreement srive were over, and the business set-! _._.-- Time 21.50, March 16, 1908- By the agreement (1) the Electric j Company agrees to recommence drilling in the well and agrees.to go down feet or until; gas is struck or until it is practically im- possible to so further. be appraised Yfy tlireo appraisers: (10) The thc plant shall be the appraised value by three praisers plus tec per cent. The cityTs1 option is' to continue -until threo months after thc discon-tiniuuice "of the boring. (11) Thc city has the ploy an expert to valuate before the appraisers their, uation. (12) Disputes over matters not pro-, in this agreement "are to (2; The city will pay per foot for the drilling; if gas is struck that so (there is a'flow of cubic feet] per day or more beiore the foot level is the, company shall be paid a bonus-of (G) The company shall "be paid ev- ery two weeks for the depth drilled (4) The city ii- to supply the cas- (13) The 'company agrees to calf a ing as it irf ordered by the company and is not responsible for the delay .if the orders are placed promptly. for the present 1.600 foot well. 000 is to be pai'cl-' wTien the -well is meeting: of i-ts shareholders' at once to ratify the agreement. (14; If tiie well is mot eiiher" witJl or 1st, 190'J, tbe contract. as April city may cancel this ABOLISH VERTICAL WRITING >OMV1ITTED FOR. TRIAL N. B.'S CHANGE OF HORSES John. March is said that the resignation of the Robinson gov- ernment will be tendered on Thurs- day next and tbe Haxen government will then be formed. Langham, Sask., March or Yeregin's arrival in this district is pointed in order that the fees pay- blame for the train acciden-t at Brock three cars of effects. Still they come eagerly awaited by his followers and able for mileage may be reduced. rests, j aml stin there's more to follow. a detachment cf faithful Poukohobors Hitherto mileage has been paid for D. T.- Currie belongs to Ijeeds, N. is watching the incoming trains. Eep- the distance travelled from the sher- D., and he brought in two carloads, ressive measures are producing a iff s office to the place of service, but He goes north to settle on section 7- great dissatisfaction among the com- mons, thus doing sway with what vir- 11_21 munity of Doukhobors making it ne- now mileage will be counted from the Mr Part-, who is a banker from cessary for their leader to start on place where the bailiff resides, being Lewis, also! brought in one car-load his haranguing trip in a hurry. the bailiff nearest to tbe person to His last visit to this district -WAS be served. The case was heard before Magis- trates S-tearns and George. ONE MAN KILLED Halifax. N. S., March 25 years old. native of Carbon- ear, Nfld., was and William Buckley, also of Newfoundland was seriously injured by a fall of coal in No. 6 coiiery, of the Dominion Coal Co., at Sydney yesterday. horses and place them, on steam plowing OF THE TATSU TERMS REACHED IN DISPUTE OVER SEIZURE WARU-CHIHA TO PUNISH THE A SALUTE AS JAPANESE FLAG IS HOISTED March rull ttrma under which the case of the Tatsu 'the ntoamer seized by China in February on the allega- tkin that she eonTeying arms arnmixnilion to the Chinese rcv- been settled. tC-rm" -rc: China Agrees to pmiiph the officers'who low- csed the Japanese flog on the Tatsu Mara and to tend a warship to the place whore t.hc vessel was seized to who committed this breach against in- implements and will section 13-6-19. A successful. Immediately following The following are some more of the outfit was sent ahead his departure the Boutohobors from important changes which have been some time ago. several villages started conccn- made in the small debt rules: Mr Fearsc of Westhope; N.B-, had trate and move in the two villages i The form oi summons is simplified Hc w.iu' scttle on undertaking a tremendous amount -of and contains notices and directions to useless labor. Throughout the -whole the defendant as to how to proceed winter the people have been hauling when served with a summons, hay and moving their paraphernalia i Particulars of the plaintiff's claim j three loads. section 6-8-20. Chas. Hoagen, fro.n the same place, locates on the sa section. He brought three curloaJs of cflecls with him too. These four gentlemen made their purchases of lands through Hatch miles Coons. ternational 5. The viceroy SMALLPOX AT MONCTON Moncton, N. B., March 'M.-rSmall- thoge pox is so prevalent here that the board of health has ordered .ill the schools and churches closed further notice. from village ?to village, in many cases may now bo endorsed upon the sum- a distance of from thirty to forty tnally amounted to a stAtement of killing their horses, snf- claim. fering themselves, lamenting their i In case of dispute or payment of the fate but still faithful to their leaders, claim by the defendant, the Clerk of A" letter received from the Yorfcton the Court to notify the plaintiff of district and the reports brought by the same, giving particulars of the npierce and D. King went security of Cnnton will set- tle amount1 of1 demurrage, for the iv.- tention of tiie steamer after consul- paid by Dr. Shoop for any the Doukhobors who were dispute ii one is filed, or if the claim visiting their brethren in that part is paid in full, sending a cheque for of the country, make everybody hei-c tbe amount thereof, less the costs, regard as a bitter joke Veregrin's I The plaintiff names in the summons recent dictum in regard to the com- the place of trial, which is to be thft ;-nunity bill of fare., place where, a sitting of the court is The of milk and cgga has been held nearest io where the defendant cent case of Grippe or acute cold ordered now that all chickens are resides or the cause oi action arose. LIU II tt M w i LI i- i i 1 tation with the. Japanese consul and that a 25 cent "box of Preventics will sold by thc order and only Where the place of trial is wrongly finally Mupan to exercise extra nrtt break. How is this for an offer? a few cow? left in each village. Tbe laid, the judge may change it, or or- e against her subjects in the j The Doctor's supreme confidnce in DontoboborB who left the community der thc plaintiff to pay the matter of smuggling arms into Chilis. CLERKS MEET TONIGHT tiic.se little Candy Cold Cure are getting on well and are considered occaaionca oy -preventics-i.s certainly complete, to be good settlers. There ie a Douk- vw.ue being wronglyaid. It's a. CCI lY ;n, w -v ---------rj v against 25 ccnts-p'rct- hobor in this district who raised laet Jxidgment is argued in all cases by Thc retail clerks and salesladies t.y big odds. And, Preventics, remern- year bushels of grain more than an endorsatkra on thc summons. frre a salute 'as the Japanese flag is I arc reminded of the important meet- ber. contain no quinine, no laxative, a whole village of the communists Provision is made for the payments Pneu- are able to raise. And he came here oi monies out to the party entitled i. Tbe Tatsu .Mara at once. 3. China will rrurchoae the arms and line this evening nt S o'clock in tho nothing harsh, nor sickening. to be releas- Labor Temple. Corner ITarold of mohia would never appear if wrly penniless seven years a of Labor colds were broken. Safe and .sure Indeed there are not many places children, 43 Preventics the.world offer an industrious man as be held in small debt cases. ammunition 4. China pnnish the officers the American after judgment -without order. Examination for discovery cannot will he .present, and hopcH to form a for feverish, Also the Present History Text Men Charged With Killing Cattle on Action by Department of j Cameron Ranch Education J Fnspoctor West yesterday, commit- Public school teachers and pupils j ted for trial Edrcss and Ed- will rejoice to know that the depart- [ward Holmes, the Taber ranchers ac- merit of education ;tt Edmonton is cuse of killing a heifer the proporty working .towards the abolition, of the' of the Circle ranch. W. S. Hill and vertical system in writing and of the j James Fuller gave evidence as to. present history text-book. These j having gpen the animal in question two have been 'the particular abom- tied up in Holmes' corral and to ination of both teachers and pupils! having watched tbe accused kill anrl Cor many "years. A number of new j skin the animal in the morning. They text-books are being prepared to re- j arrested the men and took them over- pluce those now in The high i to thc Cameron Kanch. where Baldy school text-books will not be chanc-1 Buck, the foreman of the Circle ranch until the curriculum of Alberta j was. He identified the hide as that of University has been arranged. The j Circle animal. "Buck and Hill then deputy-ministers of education of. Sas- katchewan and Manitoba are con- ferring with S. McKcnzie, the Al- berta deputy, toward uniformity of curricula and'text-books in the pub- brought the accused to the barracks at Lethbridge. Buck's evidence cor- roborated the others. C. P. F. Conybeare, X. C. was present for the Crown and C. R lie schools of the three provinces. 1 Harris for the accused. __ v _ English Let Out On Suspended Sentence f i He Was Found Guilty By Judge Winter Charged With Rob- bing the Body of Dead Indian. (From Saturday's Daily.) All yesterday afternoon and a short session of the District Court. last night was occupied in the com- pleting 01' the case of Bex vs. Eng- lush. Judge Winter finally pronounc- od the accused guilty but allowed him out on .suspended sentence. Jas. for him that he would appear when- ever called upon for sentence should anv such At the conclusion of the Crown's case. L. ,M. Johnstone for the accus- ed moyod for acquittal on the ground that no larceny had been._ proven as the money even if taken was lost property, the taking of which not a legal offence. Thc Judge held against him however and the was taken. English, wife of thc accused, in her evidence contradicted nlmost When court resumed yesterday at- entirely the story of thc Barkers and tcrnoon the prosecution called an told of money had to pay Indian "Not Very Good" a fn'ond of on July 2nd. the supposed deceased Indian. John Parker, the nine-year old son of the informants again gave his parents' evidence over again bur. by it was put out of consideration by tho Judge. Constable Brewer gave evidence as to pockets was -lo "Ccs- tho, finding 'of the body and particu- larly with regard to the pockets. B. JLaughlin. Grassy Lake, testified to the finding of the body on June 30th, the day after English and Par- ker found it. His evidence corrobor- ated Brewer's. John Eddy and By- ard Smith of Lake told what strong local .of the Retail Clerks' Protective Association. good an oportnnity .is does this dis- Thc fees payable to the, clerks and .hcy kntw of English's imanf-hu con At All Dealers trict oi Langharn. sheriffs have been greatly reduced. thc Umo_ iho box tu Tho accuswl went irvto I his own stcry and money- from the deniodtitking any corpse and said, that Parker had re- fused -to assist him get the body, to shore. His evidence as to the torn stable Brewer's. The counsel that the case on both sides agreed resolved itself into a question of -the credibility of the Par- kers as against the JCnglishs. On. that. account the deciding of the case hinged chiefly on the evidence concern ing tho pockets. ..'After an adjourn- nietit until the evening, Winter gave his decision ab.oyo stated. ;