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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta far the Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading' Tpronto, Out., March Globs St. John, N. B., March wo- says: The Legislature will probably men had a narrow escape today in a be prorogated before Easter and gen- fire in a three storey tenaraent house eral elections will be held the second on Chesley street occupied by twen- Dennis Kennally week in June. It declares this is the ty-five people, desire of Premier Whitney. London. March Freedom of the city oi London was today be- stowed upon Florence Nightingale, the organizer oi the nursing during the Crimean war. The ceremony took Denver, Colo., March scorched. Mrs. J. Haniey with her pe Alio, who shot and killed Father baby in her arms jumped from a Leo Heinrichs in St. Elizabeth's window to a porch from which she church in this city February 23, was was later rescued by the firemen. -today found guilty of murder in the The loss was about first degree. Hanging was the pen- alty fixed, by the jury. had to fight her way through the place in the Guild Hall in the pres- flames to safety and was badly jence of a large gathering which in- cluded many doctors and nurses. The aged nurse. Miss Kightingale, is in her eighty-eighth year and was too infirm to attend and was repre- sented by her nephew. Sir Joseph Dimdale, THAT IS THE ADVICE OF THE CITY TO THE COUNCIL Washington. March House j berlain in making the presentation City Engineer Arnold presented to the City Council lust night a prelim- inary estimate of the cost of addi- tions proposed for the waterworks plant, including an additional centri- fugal "pump-with a capacity of gallons per minute, 230 h.p. electri- cal motor to drive it. horizontal tur- bine pump and motor for fire pur- poses, force main and an additional stand pipe. The figures on for city chain-. the motor and pipe connec- Chicago, Ills., March agreed to report favorably the Cul- Anderson of the United States Dis- lorn bill already passed by the senate th tions, SijOUO for a venturi meter. trict Court denied the motion providing for the re-organization of I had been honored in this way h: due to unexplained omission, of form- for enlargement of pump er generation that Miss Kightingale j and for steel founda- a new trial for John K. Walsh, the consul service of the United former president of the Chicago Na- States. Twenty-eight consular of- tional bank, convicted of misusing fices, seventeen .established, seven the funds of that institution and sen- transferred a number changed in tenced him to five years in the state grade and three be given penitentiary, immediately. Sentence was passed in- creases in salary. The change will I give a small net saving annually. I The offices to be closed include: 8ajQ Diego, Cal., March Belleville, Ont., Coaticook, Que., the American battleships under the Three Rivers, Que.. Windsor, N. S., Admiral Evans and Woodstock, N. B. The office at into Magdalena Winnipeg is changed from consul to in Man-of-War consul general. The changes includ Command of Rear yesterday 'steamed Bay and anchored the history cruise of more than 13..000 miles be- gun at Hampton Roads less than -three months ago practically came to an end. a century ago. Montreal, March Wander- ers are now the undisputed hockey champions of Canada, having defeat- ed the Toronto professionals in a an outlay of tions under fire pumps and moving switch board. It is estimated 000 ould bo necessary for the new standpipcj which would bring the to- tal outlay to CORRESPONDENTS WANTED The weekly Herald food live who will contribute items regularly at Iron Springs, Sundial, BowviMe, Bannerman, Grassy Lake, Bow Island, Diamond City, Albion Ridge, Coutts, Coleman Mines Booming Turned Twenty Six Hundred Out in One Tons Day sudden death match for the Stanley-' The engineer says "Our 550 serv- (Special to The Coleman, March are booming at the mines. For about two weeks past some men have been-laid, off and one shift only has been work- ing. This was done in order that some extra timbering that, was ne- cessary might be done, not .because there was any lack of Wed: nesday double-shift work began again and so well have all repairs been done5 to the track and miiiej while .the capacity of the cup at the Arena Saturday night by a score of 6 'to 4. The match was an exceedingly close and at one time it looked probable that the Wanderers might go down to defeat. The eastern champions ices could be equipped '.with meters been enlarged that the for about Meter rental jias been very materially increas- frora four to six dollars per Thursday twenty-six hundred tons passed through the weighers' hands and the confident that the three thousand ton mark will soon b? making naval; the transfer of the oSce at Colling-1 had been badly used np by their two j ch. Ont., to Owen Sound. Washington, Mar. of Navy explained the future movements of the fleet after a cabinet Montreal, March an address 'meeting today. It will leave San last evening in St. James Methodist Francisco on July 6th, "for our Pa- church at the annual convention of cine possessions." as Mr. Metcali the Quebec provincial branch of the styled it. The vessels will'first touch Dominion Alliance, Hon. G- E. Foster Hawaii for coal'. After that they will suggested' that licensed drinking go to Samoa, then to Australia where places in Canada should be conduct-; they will stop at Melbourne and Syd- ed on a system sach as obtains in ney. Leaving Australia the vessels some parts of Great Britain and the "are to go to Manila and while in the United States j a system by "which Philippines the annual target .prac- moneymaking is eliminated from the tice will be held. Management. In all such places Fos- The return will be made to the ter said tea. coffee, and light refresh-1 United States by the way of Suez, jnents would be provided and care stopping only at such ports as are matches with the and the ice Manitoba cham- i too -was in very return from twenty to t per cent on, the investment. -Placing lour water services on a meter basis would much better equalize water reached. .urges, check waste and reduce con- i j sumption. "Meter installation might i j I DRESS WELL-It PAYS j If you have respect for your personal comforts and economy combined with style you should. our new and comprehensive stock of Shoes, Men's and 'Hats. Tnere s Latest Hat styles from London and New York; Best American and Canadian made Shoes: High Class Tailored Suits that fut perfectly." AND WE GIVE YOU 10.00 WORTH FOR EVERY 90c CASH PRICE SUGGESTIONS- MEN'S CLOTHING Men's Suits, Single or Double Breasted. tof 2I.99 Men's Punts to BOYS' 2 piece Suits to MEN'S HATS Derby Huts to Mon's Soft, .'Folt Hats to Mon's Brown Cowboy Hats to 42-75 Ft-lt Crush Hats ...75c to SHOES Men's Fine and Work Shoes to Boys' Shoes to Children's Shoes .75c to Misses' Ladies' Shoes ______ Shoes J. BROWN CO. LTD. WARSHIPS RUSH ndition. The soft ice proved an advantage to the as they, are more accustomed to such j conditions. The visitors put up aork on April 1, throwing thousands jto Pass unchecked would ultimately of men out of. work, have'decided to j prove destructive to family ties, pri- give the operators another opportuni- i vate property and to religion. ty- to discuss the question of wage scale in the hope of averting a strike. The operators of the central com- petitive district have been invited to meet the miners of this district in another conference, on March 24. Rev. A. F. CobV pastor of. tho- increased quantity of power aa Baptist Church at Nan ton has resign as .needed- which might be 'January 1 Whitehouse, accountant in.the Bank] of Commerce here will be pleased to learn of his promotion to the posi- of the branch at ed and will likely take a charge in Washington state. A. G. Xewcombe, formerly of St. Thomas and Stratford, Out., has been appointed principal of Calgary High. School. Walter Scott, B.A., Edmon- ton, has been appointed mathemati- cal master. George Gray, of tie Calgary Board, of Trade, has been recommended for the position of official assignee Calgary by the Board of Trade that city. "Ed. Thompson, of Camrose, sold bushefe of seed oats to the Al- berta government at 60 cents a bu- shel. Another public school'costing 000 will be erected in Edmonton. 1909. and renewing contract for an increased quantity of power, at the expiration of the present agreo- on Dec. I1. 1909. He advises the city to install its own plant. 'If this were done hej says the additional stand pipe would not be needed. In his judgement the new standpipe would only be needed in the very near future in -the event of continuing electrical power, which he assumes would bo as at present uncertain as to its and delivery thus necessitating a storage capacity in in proportioo to the Saskatchewan. Mr.x Whitehouse is a capable young man and is quite cer- tain to give the bank good service as manager. Hi been chosen.. Jas. Still, of LloydminsteT. suc- ceeds R. M. McLean, who is retiring "Paris. March despatch- es xnceived here from Hayti indicate that the situation there is still criti- Frc-nch minister, reports tha- of Conybeare and Jones. A NEW SECRETARY TREASURER Coleman, March 14. At a meeting of the school board_ some time since, the n nf Mr. Ewins as anticipated water consumption, of the j secretary treasurer of the board was accepted owing to his removal to Fer- nie, B. C. At the same meeting Bev. E. H. Webb was chosen to fill the position and already he is proving future. "I. would most earnestly advise" says the engineer, "the city to em- ploy an expert power engineer to go A Board of Trade has been organ-! tlloroUgW into the power ized at Laka. Tenders for a new public school at j follow. Taber are being asked. The salary of the constable at Ta- ber has been fixed at a month.. The Taber council is considering the question of a public cemetery. himself a worthy successor. For 'the arid-, advise the city what course to past week he has been very busy as- -Henry A. Ghi-isessing the property holders, gather- jcago, is recommended by Mr. in taxes and making las a very Koo'd man. i himself _quite evident to all ....the citi- The engineer's report on additioc 'to the waterworks sys- j Item was embodied in the re-i SMALLPOX (N TORONTO executions occurred last fresh. night, but not give the number. He says that previous to last night 27 mon had been executed. ceived. at the foreign office representf the situation, there as strained. communication, however, refers tol s Sunday evening and nothing .has heard of later developments. It declared that. President- Norde Alexi? and minister of the interior Lecomtel are adopting oorere measures not against natives but with foreigners. The foreign office hopees that the arrival oi the' warships 'ail Port Au Prince v.-fll serve, to the situation. London. March British! crovernment is still ...very much the to- wfiat is transpiring ii> Hayti. It has--.received a brief Lecomle, the newjsage confirming newspaper despatch-! minister of the interior, as "blood-j on tne (EgoTdera there, but beyoadf thirsty." Further reprisals are fear-1 thig jt is practibally without ed and there still danger of an attack on the foreign legations and consulates. The French cruiser Dis- tress is expected at Port Au Prince .momentarily and it is reported ..there that a warship has already arrived ati Paris, March. ent at Port Au Prince of the says in a dispatch that the govern-1 decided: to arrest all the ik-rlin, March latest otfi- conspirscvg x.... against it and to execute, .summanirp all those caught with- arms in tbfirl hands., I Kenora. Ont., March 96 travelling eastward at two o'clock Sunday afternoon ran into a station- ary freight engine which had backed tiun of about i' into" a siding at Eagle Eiver leaving Jos- Ryan haa the switch open. Fortunately the A new hotel at Grassy Lake 5s to be completed by April 30. Copas and Young, well known gro- cery men of Calgary, where they have been residents for over fifteen years, have purchased the grocery business known as in Vic- toria. port of the waterworks committee.- It j Toronto, March was deemed necessary to install a j of smallpox have been discovered-in i part of the oxtunsions at once. house on Ave. jtir.ularjy a-second force main. The i city should its own power plant to pump for the city. The other mat ters would be done on the advice of i ____ thepower expert expected in a month. Poultry" Association POUlTRt SHOW RECFIFTS Late yesterday telegrams were sent to all the large operators in the cen- j pas5enger not going fest "at the tral district by the scale corn of the miners organization. Butte, Mont., March today destroyed three fourths of Big Timber. Montana, making three hundred fam- ilies homeless and causing damages. The fire raged for several hours during a gale. Early in the struggle control of the fire was lost and a special train with fire appara- tus was hurried from Lewistown thirty miles from Big Timber. fire started in the stock yards of the Northern Pacific company and from there spread to a dwelling on the outskirts of the town. Thence it was carried from house to house E. S. Ironside, of the Dawson A collegiate institute building cost ing will be the business quarter was reach- warnin but two colonist cars were precipita- Ceil9e inspector of Manitoba. ted down a 20 foot embankment top- E- s- Busby has resigned pling over on each other. Those badly hurt are: George Porteous, a Winnipeg brakeman with fracture- of ribs and bruises; Henry Eudd, car porter, broken wrists; Andrew McRoberts, injuries to head and nose broken; Albert Spaner. Kenora, fscial cuts. Fourteen other pasengers were in- ed J' jured from bruises, cuts and shock, i The line was blocked for 3 hours, ens Bank at The wrecking crew left Kenora ed suicide, within fifteen minutes after receiving I If a steam power plant were install- Prince Rupert, B.C., has a popula- the ncw standpipo would.not be j required for five .years or more. The appointed po-; Mayor ftXplajTied that it would be lice magistrate at. Cranbrook. j cheaper for the'citv to own its own .31. J. Johnstone, of. Portage I-a j power plant. Ald Ives did not think Frairi.2, Has bseu appointed chief li- And Received the -Meeting Returns 'The report in the dailv papers. oritrinatiBij in the that THE C.KOWN SOAP CO. hacl sold out to Lever is entirely untrue. We'have not sold out to ja.iy concern, blit are still makiwa: Aid it necessai-y to put iu the estimates j for the whole thing. (From Saturday's Daily.) i i _At a meeung o; the Poultry last night Secretary Benton reported on the financial standing of t the association as follows: AND chief; officer 0f.Yukon territory j and the work is- being performed by i sued when ,equiml. Thc citv at is the merey of main. If it -burst there is not TheMayor j Receipts from poultry show S125.00 en- OUgh j c- lQ ir .fc General expenses of erected ddmaged Lo Rnv extent_ Aid Adams Special prizcs maintained that it would take Indian Head wants C.P.R. j 000 to put in a lJOWCr Ald_ i Regular prizes 18-00 198.00 depot. [Hutton thought that when they went Firo escapes are likely to he pTec-1 at. it thev shoukl put Jh a new pjant i In St. Thomas. Ont., schools. j entirely. Tho' Mayor said that tho manager of the Farm- j engines ciaimM lhat the recommend Southampton, commiU- j extensions would for fifiecn j Total 323.0-4 Balance on hand years. After-''considerable discussion A communication stating that the government had made an appropria- tion for the establishment of a pro- vincial breeding, demonstrating and experimental plant was received from The flames cut a wide swath ttnough the business seciion more than- a block wide. The wind their Terred and the flames were driven destroying the buildings which 3tad escaped the first sweep. At one time the town -was burning in three places. Water became es- XT'aSiiiug March 10 and 15 Hawaiians, alleged to be rev- olutionists were shot in Port Au Prince. Haiti yesterday morning ac- cording to information which reach- ed the state department today. Great excitement prevails in the i city and a reign of terror has struck handicapping the fire fiVnt- mv 4- ;_ the Port- Thc execution took placft before daybreak and it is understood was the act of the Island government. Haiti it is said contemplated getting rid of all the refugees in all of the consulates in the island and an order is expected today for their embark- ation. Information has reached the diplomatic channels in Washington CYPRESS HILL'S TIMBER 5iruction That is Alleged to Bz Taking Place Women joined in the struggle and carried food to every man while they fought the flames. ''The fire fighters finally massed forces around First National Bank where the was finally extinguished. ------------of. fcnd net true dlsawe. We think of gymptortss only of a ceruia 4fem else, this fiwt first correctly Dr. m awitlon of that now very popular Stomach Snoop's stomach brought that wTorto Dr. Shoopand bis Restorotivw. With- anti hiffbiy lirmftinic itccompltshmcnts were over to be hjid. Jwscoroach distress, bloating, bllioiwnetn, ow complexion, try Dr. k n see for your. can and will do. Wo iell and rvoommend Restorative "ALL DEALERS" The Toronto Children's Aid Socie ty reports th-at juvenile crime is oi the increase ia tbat city. The Berlin Shirt Collar Cp. ha.- assigned. Hev. Canon ville, O-nt.. is dead. A magistrfcte ftned three rcen aud costs for being iti a bar room in a St., Catherines house after hours. Erantford'R flre chief wants phone alarm system in the schools. Outside of a few finishing t0 much Discussion, the C. P. R. roadbed bfitwcon Walk-! 1OUS means hav? bfen fiu' time to time both by tho the hills and our public bodies as to {partment of agriculture, the best system to follow by which The local association expressed the cutting of timber would be cur- approval of tho intention "of the tailed. f j of the department, of agriculture. The letter Ftated that the work of equip- I pine: and operating the pla.nt will KinjTS. j [be undertaken at race and asked for j Steps to Be "Taken to Prevent the De-; the support and cooperation of the local associations. If the members j of the poultry associations desire to 1 cnt-ir into an Axperimental. jnvestiffa- i Tht; Maple Creek Signal says: "The j tiou and experiment in .the .'.various' rapid destruction of timber in the j branches of-poultry work the depart- j Cypress Hills has in the past given j mont would be rettor that Mr. Barno, the Haitian at Santo DomiaRO has accepted the position of minister of foreign affairs for Hayti and that General Laconte, the newly appointed minister of the interior has accepted that portfolio. Iri the event it is found desirable dispatch a warship to Port Au Prince lo lOOiC nitcf AnLcri- can interests during the excitement, the navy has almost half a dozen warships that could be sent there without delay. Theae include cruisers Tacoma and Dan Moines, tho former 'now cruising in the Windward Is- lands and the latter at G-usntanorno, engaged in target practice. If condi- crton and Hanover is ready for tho ties and rails, J. H. Jackson, a Huntsvillo jewel- er, climbed tho roof of a house to romovo ice, slipped- and. fell twenty minister Ktrikiuff tl10 electric light wire, on. his head. He was and var- frorn of also stated that the formation of a provincial poultry association would rcceivo the hearty support of the de- "We do not suppose anyone desir- to scc tnft Cypress Hills denuded W. K. ilcN'auKht, member for North Toronto, is introducing a bill for a uniform loaf of bread all over tho province. Tho bill provides: (1) That enca loaf must bii one gjidone- half or three pounds In wodRht. (2) That it muflt. hrt labelled with its weight and the of tho (3) Tho baker must provide facilities for Morion TMdge. B. C.. May.30, '02 hnvij LINI- MKNT during the past year. It is always tho Jlrst liniment asked for and unquestionably tho best, tions at Port Au Prince gftt worse a naval vessel will be sent, there, butjsollor of all -thft Oifferrxt kinds of lin- up to this time no orders to that ef- j icncnt I handle, iect luivu been iiisucd. altogether of its growing timber, which in a few years will be exceedingly valuable and the total loss cf which would necessarily impose a very heavy expense upon'the future settler. "Wo. understand the Minister of the Interior, has, owing to complaints to establish a poultry plant but -would enter protest if it was tire of the department to com- pote vrith poultry men in the produc- tion of for hutching or pure bred breeding stock. Hamilton, Bonton and binson woro appointed delegates t.o tho meeting nt Oa.lgarjr which has Iienj7 Matkin -of Magrnth was in city last night on his way north. MINAHD'S HELTEV- ia NEURALGIA. received dcciaea'to taKe steps view to preventing as much aa pos- sible the destruction that is' alleged to be taking place among tho timber in tho hills." for object the formation of a pro- association. 'Alternatives Cook, Whitney Messrs. Harbinson and wore elected auditors. The Garbutt Business College Of in Tf utrrnphy, 'expert tf for i W'itn for pjwpw.trm F. G. GARRUTT. T'rinoJpsi.1 Witch Hazel Toilci Soap at the same place we have made it for tweniy of King and "Henry Streets, "Winuipi -we expect to be making it for many years to come. We will continue to manu- facture ROYAL CROWN SOAP and WITCH HAZEL TOIL1ET SOAP by the special processes frcni the special formulas that have made them best fitted for successful and economical use with the hard vater of this country. Save Your Wrappers for Valuable Premiums The Royal Grown LiWinnipei j tl DONT BUY The Material for yonr bam or house untill you haTe seen our in. Ship-lap Finest material on the market- at, "price" yet i Carload each of fTesh Lime, "Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd.. [Bridge, later, Stirling, Rajsocl, lagratti, A- ;