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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLM. LETHB.RIDOC, THURSDAY. MARCH II, 1101 HO. 14 TALKED OUT CIGARETTE MOTION h the Bottc rf Setanl Ads to W r Ottawa, Ont., March members' business engaged the attention of the House today, the budget debktu to be" resumed on Thursday. Mr. Monk was informed that ,the total 'amount of customs duties paid to date upon material im- ported from-the United States which entered into the1 construction of the Quebec bridge has been k H. B. Ames secured an.'order for R copy of t all the papers necessary to bring information in respect of the Robins immigration company, up to "date. lf j. E.-Armstrong asked (1) what is amount of the money claim- ed by daily papers of Canada damages to their circulation owing'to -the action of the postmaster genera] connection' with the' changing oi the postal regulations last May; (2) has the government received ahycom- plaints-.from thev Canadian-Press AB- -sociation in regard to the regulation by government of weekly papers, if so what is the nature of said'complaints and what1 action does the government intend to take in regard to the same In reply to the second question Hon. Robert Lemieux replied, "No.' In reply "to'the first he produced a partial list of papers to whom.chequ -ee had been issued showing that La Montreal, had received 652 or more than all the other Mont "real and Toronto papers combined. Dr. Barr spoke for over an hour in suport of 'his bill to amend- the rail .way actrby making it easier for-tele phone -and'telegraph companies4 t string across the .railway tracks and to-provide that -to -and- the ;railway :th'tT AUSTRIAN EMPeHOR'i HEALTH Vienna, Fran- Sri Joseph has not fully recovered roiu the which hcjias been sui-v ei-ing the past-week but his condition s considered EAST RIVER BRIDGE Kiy' York; Mafch" great tru'cture known ig Blackwells Island bridge, which was constructed at a cost of nearly -'its- eh- ireJength by pedestrians today the first time. v SUPPORT FOR TAilVEH LEADING VANCOUVER MAN DEAD Vancouver, March iam of (he board of ieonse commissioners and a prom- inent Orangemen and Mason died last evening. f RUSHtNQ TO THE WEST 1 received, here from St. Paul- are totthe effect that number of desirable American settlers arc leaving Sas-1 katchewan and Alberta to take: up lands. Every train, cros-' sing the boundary is crowded, with' American farmers and their families. Fifty r Townsites C. P. R. Has Placed That Many Upon the Market Winnipeg, March excellent nap has bsen prepared by the' Land Department of .the Canadian Pacifi Railway, all the new town 'ites. which are being placed upoi ihe-market-this year for the 'firb ;ime, and which offer splendid in-, lueements for the investor. Numbering TELFER TjO'lRUN IN NORTH Maicli The NortluHriiiQjUK'rals nominated for tlie legisla- ture.-. Fair Ddeptes IwineteJ to Vile Fir die Secretary if War DCS ifoincs, Ja., March Republican state convention today clectetf four delegates at 'at- tend ihe national 'convention, in- structing thom to vote for William II. Taft for presidential no'niitjee.' Somtor William'B. Allison was cn- dorsctJ for re-election OLiio platform was approved. The platform oiitcd aflinns allegiance to the prin ciples oi the Ropublicuu party. NEW ORDER IN COUNCIL .Ottawa, March An' order in council has passed which pro- hibits from and after April I5th next, landing, in Canada of' any- person whose passage' Jias been 'paid wholly or' in, part', by any charitable organi- out of public unless jt is "shown, that the authority in writing of the assistant superintend- ent immigration for Canada in London has been obtained for such immigration and has acted within a period of sixty days. ARRESTED .--A total foity seven' made in Berlin yesterday' in-eorinection with the suf- fragists, deuMipstfation. jfine in the eneoun- Uie [people. It is estimated pS. the manifestants were FREE THE DRAWING CARD Rev. Char- of Rayne, near BraintreeL arranged a 3eries_ol smoking concerts for the en- parishioners, at which are provided free for all men.Vaiul a popular mus- icar'programe rendered. One of the" vras'given in tlie church school roo'uf.receutly 'and was attend- CAPTURED THE RUNAWAY GUMS ROW AT FORT WILLIAM Poit William, Ont., March -19, inns and Russians at the. coal' docks fni iaoriiiiig. or thive of the paiticipants wore bady cut about the head. NeiciM Hat Lasaes Ucate4 Thmgk Tk Daljr Herald IJast night's and .ConsUbc Lethbridge Herald Oillespie were the means, of making "F. P. Degon, of Medicjne Hat happy and of appre- hending tv.-o giils who had run away HE WILL DIE v coinmis time the conpen of the, board of construction of rai ways had to be secured. Dr. Barr read letters from secretar ija of municipalities'in support'of measure. r Premier Laurier stated that Hon. G.. P. Graham dealt with some of the same points. The government had no objections to Dr. Barr's bill being given its, second reading and the two could be considered together in the railway committeee. When R.'L.'Borden's bill to pro- vide for the oh of by-elec- tions automatically was reached, Premier Laurier pointed out an ob- jection. Such a law would make it necessary" to hold bye-elections per haps a few weeks before the general elections. He thought as a rule the bye-elections were brought on promptly.- Mr. Borden urged the ne- cessity-for some such law and re- ferred to the fact that the St. Janies division of Montreal had out a representative for ,over a year. The billNwas given its'second read- ing, and will be considered' in ton- junction with Hon. A. B. Aylesworth's bill to amend the election act. Richard Blain's cigarette motion occupied 'the last twenty minutes be- fore adjournment at six o'clock bs- fore it was talked out. The premier opinion'that there was a'good deal of difference of views among the members and that further discussion was desirable. FARMERS WANT RAILROAD Having seen in the Lcthbridge Her- ald a statement that President Shaugsncpsy, of the -C- R. was going to meet the of_ the district between Lethbridge and Cal- gary with regard to the_ proposed railway between these cities farmers of townships 12, 13 and 14, of Ranges 21 and 221 to the number of about two. hundred'held a" mass meeting ou Wednesday, March by practically all the men in the from- the The girls, one the village. J daughter "of Mr. Degon and the other a domestic who had. been working in I in the gas city, were supposed to j have gone to Calgary and thither the father went to search for his daughter. Not finding them there he telephoned to -the police of this city, concerning them. In the meantime the Herald with its despatch on the matter was pub lished. 'As soon as he saw it Con- stable Gillespie, remembered seeing the girls board the south bound train on Tuesday morning and of learning of their pawning their watches at In response to word was NO HOPE FOR RECOVERY GUILD OF SETTS OF Boston, March The fol- lowing officiar'buUctin was' issued at the state house atv 10 a.m.1 ''Governor Guild' His 'con- dition the ?ame as that of lA'jUpredt-nt he is rest- ing comfo'rtablyj'y.. It is understood, however, that tne! govr-rnor's condi- tion gives, little of his rpcoverj-. STOLE THE FOWL the the Auction Mart. phone message, CHILDREN ESCAPED Elkhorn, March night af- ter the pupils had retired, fire broke out in the Indian .school here. The lire stalled Cameron's room eit slliorl muuw when first noticed. The children were all removed in safety. CANON WADE STRICKEN Hamilton, Ont.7 March Wade, rector of the Church of the As- cension, was stricken with paralysis of the throat at Gibraltar on his way to the Holy Land. GOVERNOR.GENERAL OF AUSTRALIA March Earl of Dudley has been ap- pointed governor general of the commonwealth' of ,Austral- ia_ in succassion to Sir Henry Stafford Noithcott whose term i.s about to expire. The Earl was formerly Lord Liuetenant of Ireland. J' to the father that his girl had b3cn here and had got off the train at i They had taken, thu wrong their intention having been to go to Calgary on the local. When they came in last, night, Gillespie was ready to receive them. father came down from Calgary last night c j is in the city today with his New Settler From North Dakota Suf-hdaughtor; The Bother girl, -Mable about sixteen a rc- 'Last nighC the. United States experience'that Vifl not .give of the honesty'of the peoplu amonglAvhom he has'come 10111 thc Eait- aici comti working in the Hat, and, of course, was five to go, away if (she'wished. The Degon girl is about fifteen age'and about twq years ago caused her parents anxiety by a sim- Numbering 'tivree Vomisingjr.divisional'.' points; which nre'r'sureV to, be centres" of activity to Assemble such attention. a fleet of first class battleships; '_. now extension from Lord Twccdmomh declared that he should be under roof by fnll. It will Work'tJaj" nearly the bride her life. Many friends of the pair indulged nt'tvr the ceremony in the usual pas- time of throwing old shoes and rice north to Bulyca three townsites are offered for sale, namely, Bryant, Sil- Keeler, Brownlee, Kyebrow, Tugaske, f ton and Gibbs, and on the short cut- Bridgeford, Alktow, Elbow, Lorebum, off east of Weyburn, Hume and Grif- Conor, Hawarden and Outlook. .The enquiries are already bogin- r.snp to in from those who are conversant enough with western ways Or. the extension north of Moose is a town of much promise.; Tt is situated in the Centre of a splendid wheat raising district, and last week an excellent supply of clear pure water wag found. to realize the of being first upon the and the depart- ment looks forward to having a busy Elbow, situated as its name could almost say that "a'combination of all the powers of iho -world would not be able to put nn equal squadron of such that all nip'eg will be protid of it. t The through line Winnipeg to Saskatoon should be in operation! two months after opriis as consiniction work is Ix-intr rapidly S bridles home, horses tlK The rice frightened to rv and thr westward. OFF FOR JAPAN Victoria, B. C., -Nfarch on the sea. Drury. who has boon appointed Can-i 'St. Petersburg. March coin roprostnitrttive at Tokio to; mission on national defence today aftor the interests'.of the Do- j opted n rcpo-t re'jecting the battle- minion in the carrying out of the; god twenty feet before the groom who i held onto the reins stopped the team The wedding trip. was abandoned nnc .j j the bride, painfully bmised I the c.in- of a phvsicijin. under ship; credits for IOCS and accepting FIRE AT ROSENFELD, MAN. Rosen fold, Man.. March treaty with Japan, loft for tho Or- 1 this morning in the engine house and the credits for the completion of the poni. lne Empress of Japan tonigm. j office of the Imperial Elevator Com stroyed office and furniture bftttleships, tcrpcilo boat destroyers, 1 He was attached to the British cm- h'jmy. dos and submarines now in the course and wil act tinder Sir Claude j The cleva construction. MacHonnld. elevator in which much j was storefl.wna savod. pram KILLED AT NELSON Wm. Ross, a Power Plant Employee Touched Live Wire B. C., March J3.-Wm, an employee of the West Koot- may Power and Light company at ttonmngton prwror plant U-n .niles west of this city was instantly Billed at 3.30 this afternoon by touch- ing a live wire at ille switchboard, vliilc showing tumtj visitors from Kelson over the plant. was 32 years old and came here some years ago from Montreal where his brother resides. He was married 'icrc throe years ago and leaves a wife. Coroner Arthur went down to the plant this evening to investigate but an inquest is unlikely'. Deceased was well nnd favcrably known here where he residiHl for some time before going to Bonn ing- ton. C, E. Gotsv'oi Montroixl, Undent of Bell Telephone Co., nnd F. of Calgury, dis- trict inspector, were in the city lerdav. ;