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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Jurisdiction of Railway Com- mission Over Telegraph and Telephone CANT AGREE ON SCALE United Mine Workers Are Holding a j Convention to Consider Heroic Efforts at Hampstead Collieries Prove Futile Ottawa. Ont., March Hon. Graham in the House intro duced an act to amend the railway act with ivsptct to telegraphs and telephones and the jurisdiction of the board oi railway commissioners. The first object of the bill, Mr. Graham explained, is to place the telegraph companies and tolls under the jur- isdiction of the railway board, wire- less companies included. The regulation in respect to tele phone, companies which are, already under the jurisdiction of the board are readjusted and amended but not in a material manner. An important feature of the meas- ure is in regard to "specific perform- j ance" of contracts. The board will be- given power to, enforce all con- tracts entered into between the com- panies and municipalities or private individuals. The bill further pro- Ind., March j national convention of the United! Mine Workers of America met today in Temlinson Hall to agree upon a j course oi action because of the fail- Birmingham, March are of the operators and miners of! period of anxiety and suspense the Central competitive field to agree j the fate of the entombed miners upon a joint wage conference to fix i Hampstead Collieries came i scale in place of the present one heartbreaking esid last night for th which empires April 1st. The wage scale for the various bi- tile long over at to u AFTER TORONTO GLOBE CONVICTS' CONSPIRACY to Get Cut Conservative Members Repudiate' Five Men in Montana Prison Plotted Mada by Liberal Organ Ottawa, March extraordin- ary scene was witnesed in the House of Commons yesterday afternoon. Butte, Montana, March 11 de- spatch- to the Miner from Deer Lodge savs that as a result of the coroner's GUILTY IS THE PLEA BY HARRY ORCHARD f. F iino west over tho .body deputy after member of the Op- rose to question the accus- warden John who was mur-( ijuof the Toronto Globe that they dered in un'attempt to break prison j had 'x'Cii guilty of crime of inutilat- j Sunday morning by convicts George MAN, WHO GAINED FAME IN-HAYWOOD CASE, STILL PERSISTS THAT He IS TRIAL ON MURDER CHARGE crowds waiting; at the mouth of the pit when it was announced that des- j the House. i i uiu v. iiivi vvii v 4 original documents of which they Ryck and layesf it develops e! rrc obtained possession by order of from wie testimony of other .convicts was B.-mv.'tt. East Simcoe, capped the f that a conspiracy existed among five Idaho, March Mover was dismissed. Judge Wood Orchard yesterday before Judge Fre- questioned Orchard, as to whether mont Wood, ja the District Court, was allowed to withdraw his former j fully understood .status of the lease, whut it meant for him to pleed iploa of not jruilty, entered at guilty, and if he understood that to i j, I i i are based upon the possibility of any-of the men be-1 climax by calling the editor of the j convicts to make a break but ap-' rsc arrftigmn0nt he luute fixed in the Central competitive-field ing Uikeu out ulive. Fire broke out! Globe a pious, mug-faced parenty the nerve of all except Rock meeting to fix'this'scale has lists been engaged day and President John Mitchell to call a na- night in building a new culvert, with ticnal meeting of the miners. be considered by the convention. U.-H1 .TONIGHT'S HOCKEY MATCH prospects i apparatus but disappointment the object of reversing the ventila- tion and clearing the .shaft of foul fumes. This work meant the remov- al of hundreds of tons of earth, the installation of new fans and" other suc- concerned would have to be with- drawn inside of twenty-four hours or he would know the reason why. Borden also denied the Globe charg-1 diet t-t the OFF FOR THE WEST COLEMAN CHRONICLES PRESENTATION TO BANK MANAG- are that ther will be soft ice for the'ceeded disappointment. At first re- second game between the Montreal and the Winnipeg Maple peated efforts of rescue parties to reach the miners failed, several mem- Toronto, Ont., Mrch home-i seekers left by special train yester- day for Western Canada. vides for regulation by .the board; of j for the Stanley Gup tomorrow bers of -the parties being overcome by sleeping cars, cartage and demurrage.j njght. The Winnipeg team has lit- fumes, all efforts in this direction! In respect to demurrage the board tie chance of reducing the champions' will have poorer to frame regulations heacj of six goals. The teams will be under which the railway companies j jiie same as jn the first game. will be liable to a penalty if. cars are not provided within a certain time and to another penalty if they do not carry traffic to its destina- tion as promptly as they should. Mr. 'Crocket asked if the bill would "be retro-active and -would it'apply'to eases where the companies have al- ready secured the right to erect poles un the streets. Kr. Graham replied that this was a large question which he -would not tare to answer offhand. Government Annuities Hon. W. S. Fielding made an ex- planation of the bill to provide for government annuities. Mr. Fielding opened his explanation by stating that the government did not proposp any direct grants towards annuity They would bear the expense of ad- ministration and contribute indirectly fjj allowing a special rate of interest contributions, of i annuities. The annuities would be earned on a four per cent basis but he left the question 6 f actual rate to be paid over for iurther consideration Mr. Fielding stated that this annuities plan had iio connection with question of old Not So Aggressive Against China Over Steamer Seizure BUDGET NEXT TUESDAY Ottawa, March Mr_ Field- ER NEW ODDFELLOWS' LODGE Coleman, March Friday and Saturday Mrs. McLeod of Mich- ell, a sister of Mrs. C. Fraser, having to be abandoned. Then the j ing has announced that the budget superintendent of the. mine-at Cole- construction of a new culvert was be- j will be delivered next Tuesday. gun 'and when the work had been ac- complished it .was found that falls of earth had blocked the ventilation.! doors below involving further delays. J. A. AULD M.P.P. Windsor, Ont.., March ILL A'uld M. P. P. is seriously ill at his Only yesterday was the system Amherstburg. ly found to be working and supply- j ing sufficient cool and pure air to permit explorations. So hopes ran 1 GUN DISCHARGED; DEAD St. Thomas, Ont., March S received high- but late last night, only one! ig dead from body had been recovered, and it vras by the accidental discharge of a gun Tokio, Slarch demand of the press and public of Japan for. aggressive action against China in j that of-: one of .a rescuing party, who! ft" was overcome by fumes and left by his companions in the mine several nights ago. As vet there is no trace connection with the Tatsu ilaru af- fair, is subsiding. them being The Asia, one of the most infiuen-j tiai newspapers, urges the govern-! hunting two other lads. of the others, and new conditions are such as to preclude the possibility of brought to the surface mcnt to consider seriously the moral Birmingham, March rescue China to extremes. It thinks that no to press party, which has been engaged in ex- the at Halstead, Japan should exercise great vigilance Sre Wednesda concerning- the export of arms des- tined for the use of insurgents ag- aiust a friendly government. This view is gaining ground and it is understood that the minister of war, General Terachi, and Vice Ad- miral Aaeto, minister of marine, are opposed to aggressive tactics. The British minister Sir Claude Macdon- ening resulting in twenty-six miners being entombed, has found thirteen bodies up to three o'clock this after- noon. no trace of any survivor be- ing discovered. CAT BITE KILLED HIM Peterboro, Ont., March Tivey, 42 years, old is denfl from blood poisoning at his 'home here caused by a bite on the finger from a pet cat. r man, visited at Mrs. Charlie Dunlop's returning to Michell by the late train Saturday. Saturday interesting ev- ent took place in our town, when a number of gentlemen, intimate friends of his met at the rooms of the bank to say farewellto Mr. Geo. Ewing who has been manager of the Coleman branch of the Eastern Townships bank ever since its es- tablishment here. Some time 'ago j Mr. Ewing received notice of his ap- pointment to. the manaagership of the new branch to be opened at Fer- nie, B. C., arid has simply been waiting until his successor came, that he might go to that town to as- sume his duties- Mr. Buchanan came last week and Mr. Ewing intimated and entered under t-ie plea of guilty1 plead guilty to Lhe charges of HKT indictment nieanC pleading to the charge of first degree murder. to the charge of murder i'n the -first: Perfectly calm, with no indication of degree as charged in the indictment. Judge Wood will senten.ce Orchard on March ISlh. Orchard pleaded to having killed, former Governor Stueu- by the explosion of a dynamite K .1 i t.'Ji-. X nff V. J-, dence here early in the evening ol" December 30, iDQo. He was arrest- ed for the crime on January 2 and any emotion in face or voice Orchard answered that he had gone over the matter thoroughly with his attorney and had made up his mind definitely.. Judge Wood allowed the plea.to.be changed, uiicl set the date foi" sen- tence. After the acquittal of Petti- bone the opinion was expressed in many quarters that Orchard would in February .confessed that he was j take advantage of every legal right hired to. kill Stuenenberg by might have to obtain, his own re- Si Haywood, Secretary Charles H. Moyef, president, and George A. Pet- tibone, honorary member of the Wes- tern Federation of Miners. Hay- wood and Pettibone were tried in Boise and set free. The case against lease or light sentence. The stand, he took yesterday was a sui'prise to most persons and his attorney says it was entirely voluntary on his part and against the advice of many who had seen and talked with him. PRESIDENT OF FRANCE WILL VISIT ENGLAND GREAT BRITAIN WILL MAINTAIN HER SUPREMACY ON THE SEA- KING EDWARD AS A DIPLOMAT London, if arch announce- ment that one of King Edward's vi- sits. to' has been tentative to an agreement for. an. official visit .of efforts -to maintain the navy up to EXPEL THE MISSIONARIES Munich; March Bavarian government has ordered the immedi- ate expulsion of a number of Amer- ican Mormon missionaries whose presence here is regarded as being dangerous to. public order. new home. Before allowing him to leave, however, his manv friends age pensions had been referred aid held a lengthy conference withj to a: special comittee. The govern- ment did not desire to interfere with the annuity business done by the the foreign office yesterday. The sen- ment of the foreign office supports j the suggestion that Great Britain is j of Lcnisaua Killed by a Young Politician his worth. Accordingly on Saturday night the following gentlemen, Geo. J. Powell, G.C- Fraser H. Chrimes. J. B. Wilkie, D. S. McPhee, N. Boswbrth, H. N. Fiske, N. Nome, J. F. Pouch and Mr. Buchanan met in the rooms so long occupied by Mr. the j Ewing and after each one. had in a j next few weeks will ask for authority few. -well" chosen words expressed their WINNIPEG SCHOOLS Winnipeg, Man. March school board within President Fallieres to London next May. the details of which will be set- when the king passes through Paris on his gives the great- est satisfaction here. It is under- wished to show their appreciation of J ?tood that President Fallieres'_ visit to issue bonds to the extent of 000 ior necessary improvements in school accomodation of. the citv. insurance companies but would, limit j urging an amrcabie settlement and] SUiCIDE AT WiNNiPtG themselves to providing small an- nuities at a low cost. The limit plac- ed on an annuity is S600 and this limit applies as -well to a husband and -wife jointly. The age at which the payment of annuities may begin is fixed at 55 in place of 60 as provid- ed in the bill introduced :last year. 'The annuity -will not be transferrable and be exempt from seizure un- less the annuitant makes his invest- ment in an annuity with a fraudu- lent purpose. The annuities would be absolutely secure and would be cheaper than the ordinary annuity' because the cost of administration be borne by the government. dwelling upon the moral obligations I of Japan towards China.' The for- eign office asserts that no ultimatum has been issued in the matter but the belief is expressed that the nego- tiations may be protracted. In well informed circles it is as- serted that China will eventually agree to the demand of Japan in consideration of a pledge upon the part of Japan that will be kept upon arms. FATHERS TWO VOTES SCHEME PROPOSED TO SCHOOLS OF ISLAND VINCE. HELP PRO- sorrow at losing from the town one v.-ho had proved himself .a citizen in every sense of the term, a very val- uable gold chain and locket suitably engraved was presented to him as a exportation, of Amite, La., March strain- ed political situation in Louisiana Democratic circles last night was re- Winnipeg, Man., March 11. Mrs. j mark of their esteem and slight rnein- McLeod, wife of James McLeod, a well known 'contractor committed sui- cide tKis morning at her home by sponsible .for the killing of Democra- taking carbolic acid. tic state senator elect B. S. of this citv. He isras shot and killed by C. F. Hyde, a young political and business leader of this section. Yes- HOMESTEADER DROPPED DEAD Filmore, Sask., March tsrday the men quarrelled about from heart failure while talking CONCERNING GRAZING LEASES Yearly Grazing Permits to Be Substi- tuted for Five Year Leases Ottawa. Ont., March issue of the Gazette contains notice of an order in council passed at the in- stance of the minister of the interior, which has as its object the substitu- TEN YEARS IN PEN Democratic primary for lieutenant-go- !to a friend. Moates came here from vernor, in which J. J. Bailey and Michigan. He was 45 years of age. Paul Lambermont competed witn the result that Bailey, the defeated can- didate, filed a protest charging the Democratic state central committee with, fraud. Hyde in discussing this controversy is alleged to have called Kemp a liar. The friends of both. ento of the days lie spent in Cole- man. Mr. Ewing left.on the evening train Sunday for Sherbrooke, Que., his boyhood home to take a well-earn- ed rest of a few weeks before comenc- ing his work at Fernie. Monday afternoon the Cowley In- will be one of state, corresponding to the main outlines with President Lou bet's visit to King Edward in 1903. The king thus continues his well! known efforts to assist diplomacy in preserving a good understanding with neighboring powers. His letter to j the Emperor of Germany, combined with Mr. Asquith's statement iu the House of Commons that it was the government's intention' to maintain Great Britain's supremacy at sea, is calculated to give a quietus to the Htr letter to Lord T-weedmouth. i The acting -premier's announcement was given in a manner to please all parties and 'to inspire confidence tlmt there would no relaxation in the the strength the public desires. At tho conclusion, of his statement Mr. Asquith said: "I hope that is quite explicit. It remains on record and it ought to reassure the House that we do not intend this matter to be left behind." The Times, in an ed- itorial this morning, says: "After so clear and explicit a declaration of policy as this we will be satisfied and it wi31 be received -with satisfac- tion by the country at large." A TRAIN London, Ont., March Fewings, daughter of the late chief of police of St. Thomas, was struck by a train at .the station here yester- day bly injured. Her recovery is doubt- ful. Moates, a homesteader dropped dead termediates and Coleman team of the Peterboro, Ont., March j Burke, of Toronto, has been sentenc- ed to ten years in Kingston peniten- tiary for having robbed a store at Buckhorn of and pointing a gun same calibre met for t friendly game of hockey on the Coleman rink. Un- fortunately the ice was too soft to allow of any "star" playing so the time was limited to twenty minutes each way "resulting in a of one men thought the incident trivial-and, at two ]adies who were there. that it had apparently been forgot- ten until last night when Senator Kemp, with a drawn walk- ed into Hyde's place of business, ac- Cbarlotietown, P. PI 1., March 12 That every ratepayer who has child- votes at school meetings is proposed "iij the annual report of the Superin- tendent of Public schools in this pro- vince. The superintendent declares that ,as d rule, ratepayers who are not send- ing children to school vote down all proposals of a liberal character, and they appear greatly alarmed by the additional expense which consol- idation appears to involve. Though the teachers of this prov- ince are not again to. be students at t.he Macdonald institute at Guelph under the joint auspices of Sir Wil- liam Macdonald and the. local gov- ernment a similar arrangement has ting oi yearly grazing permits for -ornpanied by a friend. Hyde was school lands in the province of Mani- unarmed, Kemp still keeping his re- toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, in volvgr.in sight, demanded an apolo- place of, the present system of five ST' which was refused. Kemp is then year leases. The rentals will not be A PRAIRIE FIRE to nofeing for Cowley. Monday Mrs. Hyslop travelling rep- resentative of the W. C. T. U. addres- sed a large and representative meet- ing of Coleman's temperance workers in the Institutional Oddfellows' church. Lodge Last night (Mondoy) a much talked Passengers from the north last Q{ event was eonsiimated in our town Raymond to Have Exhibit at Calgary Raymond March monthly of the town council was held on MOB day evening at the town offices with his worship the mayor, in the chair, and the following councillors present. J. Anderson, L. D- King, H. which we would not be ashamed of. He said that Medicine Hat had vot- ed f and Lethbridge for the same object and that he hoped the council would see their way clear ans, Harris, X H. slapped Hyde's face. changed, remaining at six cents perThe Senator's friends at tlUs point ren registered at school have two racre for Manitoba and four for the. two western provinces. The five year leases were subject to three months' notice of cancellation, but the objec- tion against them was the difficulty in colecting the small sums involved by agents of the department, the les- sees usually paying no attention to notices -ivhile they often abandoned their leases before the term, was ex- pired, thus making collection very expensive and causing a loss of rev- enue to the school lands endowment fund. Grazing permits on these school lands are now to run for twelve months, but to be automatically re- newed at the end of that term on the prepayment of rental, provided the propose putting oeen maae oy wnicu ihey may pro- "c seed to the Macdonald College at St. the lands on the market. By this Ane de, Belle'vue. arrangement the cost of collection will Last year there were 479 schools, a.n i be eliminated while the permanenacy increasf> of one over the previous! of the tenure wil not be less than un- year and 572 teachers, a decrease of! dor abandoned lease system. The total expenditure for cation was equal to for! every pupil enrolled. The total! nmount expended by tho Government! v.-as The balance was made] up of the supplements to the teach-! ers' salaries by the'trustees, amount-1 ing to and about for upkeep of the school houses. The j number of pupils enrolled was who thereupon agreed to meet and fight it out with revolvers. Senator Kemp than left and Hyde went into his nearby and secured a re- volver. When he came out he shout- ed to Kemp to wait for him, which the Senator did. approached each other and Hyde opened fire, two shots fatally wounding-.the Senator who died within thirty minutes after the shooting. Hyde, was not injured and witnesses claim that Kemp did not shoot. Senator Kemp was a man of middle age and Hyde is 24 years old. He had not been arrested up to an early hour BOMB IN WATER PIPE night report a. big prairie fire raging along the line. It came from the south and was close up to the rail- way track between Nanton and Stave INCREASE THE WAGES March board of control today passed a resolution to ijicrease the wages of bricklayers jnd masons employed by the city fifty-five to sixty cents an hour. Ihis action is the result of represen- tations made by the union to the ard. THEY ALL DID IT Excuse of Park Commissioners-.of To- ronto Offered for Mismanage- ment of Department TO BOOST CANADA March J. Daw- editor of the London, Eng., Standard, arived here this morning accompanied by C. E. Hoor. Mr. Dawson intends issuing a huge Can- adian supplement of the Standard and for this purpose is making a tour of the country collecting facts and data from close personal observation and investigation. Only Sensation Furnished by Alphon- sos Visit to Barcelona Barcelona, March a two days visit King Allonso left for Mad- rid shortly before 3 o'clock this even- The royal train moved away to Hie cheering of a multitude. No in- toward incident marked the King's itry paid SO. rli and Toronto, March the parks j inquiry yesterday afternoon, former mitted passing certain accounts in i vouchers, each of which was fdr less ;______ sums than He did so iu order to evade 'llie city by-law .which re- A MODEST REQUEST quires that all purchases of ?200 or Some people have a 3anrc idea ofjovcr milst bt> sanctioned by responsi- ble committee but he added: ''Every stay in Barcelona, but during fr07en H early hours of tho morning the police I and "Hved alono, had soni'-tlpng of a. scare on account! ______ .small born b I FARMER DEAD BY ROADSIDE -Smith Falls, Ont., March Peter Fox, a farmer of Burgess township, was found dead by the roadside near town this morning. H'c had been in Smith's .Falls yesterday and it. is supposed that while on his way home fell from the sleigh -and was stunned. He lay in the snow all night and was was 38 vears old of Treas. A petition was brought forward by Mr. C. W. 'Card for a grant of for an exhibit at the '-coming ion Fair to be held at Calgary in the organization of an whfch would greatly advertise the in- Lodge. Representative teams were terests of the town, present from Pincher Creek, Cowley j Mr. B. S. Young spoke in reference and Fernie who with all the para- j to same and during his speech said phemalia, ceremony and eslat was to be an exhibit creditable to nected therewith put the candidates j the town of Raymond, novel and at- to vote -that amount. S. Allen, K. H.. McDuiTee, J. W. EV-j Councillor R. H. McDuffee. suggesl- Budd, Sec.- ed that should be voted as a start, and that they should obtain subscriptions from the As- sociation, merchants, etc., who would not be backward in supporting such a good object. Councillor Anderson moved should be voted and the result for that amount was unanimous, and that if more was needed through their "facings." Fifty-nine charter members presented themselv- es for initiation and were divided in- to three groups or the; Fernie team handling the first lot ofj eighteen; the Cowley team- handling! the second lot and the j Pincher Creek team taking care of the last bunch of nineteen. .After all the proceedings had been conclud- ed though midnight was long past, all adjourned to the Pacific Hotel where a bountiful banquet was spread and fully one hundred and fiftv sat down. tractive in character, and descriptive of the resources of the district, one tec chosen by the could come before- was no doubt but would be increased. Board of Trade them and there. that the amount VALUABLE DOG POISONED New York, March George J. Gould's famous English bull dog Baronet, winner of 150 prizes in one year, for which Mr. Gould paid OOG is the victim of poison. The ani- mal died Monday night in the Goxild Kennels at Lake-wood. Whether the bulldog was poisoned .by accident or design no one at, the kennels last night would say. It is reported, however, that Mr. Gould has eny gaged a private detective to ferret out the secret of Heath Baronet's mvsterious death. Raymond Needs a New Public School Raymond, March petition brought forward by Mr. Redd for the erection of a new school house in Raymond, stated that the present school was hampered for accommo- dation for the children, and that they needed a e-afer and more com- fortable building for the children. Mr. Rolfson, who supported the pe- tition said that a number of children were unable to be accommodated at the school. The number of scholars last year was 539 and that it was the sixth the wood pillars in the basement should be replaced by cement so that the floor would stand. Councillor H. S. Allen mentioned that he thought it would be wiser-to wait until November next, when the money market would be in a better slate than at the present time. He also said that more precautioa should be taken and that -we need not be unnecessarily alanned. Councillor T. W. Kvans remarked that the present school should be made safe until the new one was built.. on the list in the .province of Albcr-j Councillor Andersen said that we ta. Lethbridge had a smaller num- ber of children on the school register A school inspector hftd said that a grant would be. made if the building Remember that when the stomach was a proper one. He suggested nerves fail or weaken. Dyspepsia or CUT OFF NEGOTIATIONS that be spent pipe in a lonely spot. The pipe shattered and'the side! walk damaged but no one was injur-j ed so far '.is known. The authorities! the. duties of public officials. This morning postmaster Higinbotham re- ceived a letter from n, man in India- na asking him to meet his daughter or to ask the station agent to do so. She was to leave home on the Oth iind get.here abour, Friday. wants the agent to take care of her until her Kosband finds her. Between City of Toronto and Electric Light Company Toronto, March between the city of Toronto and the 'Toronto Electric Light company for department in the city hall does MS. CLELAND EX-M.P.P. DEAD i acquiring by the former of the lat- For looseness in business office nf hi-i! Meaford, Ont., March department he made defense, admit- ting that it was neither sufficient nor efficient, but threw the blame on past mayor, who he said, always pm him off with empty premises from year to year. Cleland, P. P. is dead of pneu- monia at the age of 69 years. He was a Liberal, and was a representa- tive of the legislature for North Grey from 3886 to 1898. He leaves a wid- ow an dfive sons. ter's p-lant, 'are practically off. Tho mayor said this morning that he did not propose to bother any more with the Electric Light company. A com- munication will be sent to 'the Hydro Electric Commission applying for power for the lighting of the city. Indigestion must always follow. But, neu" nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and then see how quickly he'alth will return.. Weak Heart and .Kidney nerves can also be strengthened with the Restorative, where Ke.a.ri puiiib, palpitation or Kidney weakness is found. Don't drug the Stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Go to the cause of these ailments. Strengthen these inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and get well. A simple single test will surely tell.. school ifmunf] building tUinr of and T.he that All Dealers sent building be used, but not the firstfloor, in case of fire. Councillor K. IT. can lawfully raise McDuffee the TiiC "If '.we iPy we were all united in that we -wanted a new school, that if we can make a. start now, let's do it. To put it off means another year's delay and it wzs-S clear that the council should build a, new school at onco, The thing mayor irmsi, remarked done. that some- Tht; people not be shelved, .If it is impossible to start just yet, .don't rush it, try and sell the present, building, or if not, use it as a public library.. He thought it would be a better policy to have a special meeting on Tues- day evening next to consider the matter 'were continually coming to him. com- plaining that they could not take thoir children into school. Tt is not right to take taxes from the people unlnss ihoir children were provider! for, and proper accommodation for every child should be made. arc all agreed that the building is not what it should, be and we must not put up with it any longer. As we think of our own children, so we should think of others. Set the ball rolling, and do something right Councillor TTnrris suggested that away ;