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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta M. Fist Under David Henderson's Nose Ottawa, March H.P., Port Arthur and Henderson, M. 'P., Hilton, had an. angry altercation in railway committee of the Com- mons this morning over Fort William terminal railway company's bill. shook his fist under Hender- nose aud accused the member! for Halton of uttering a cowardly lie I aud insulting. Henderson said to show he was not -a coward he would j repeat his statement tomorrow, which had reference to Great Lakes dredg- ing Company and water front at Fort William. A LETHBRIDGE MAN RENEW LEAD BOUNTY RAILWAYS DON'T LIKE 17 Bui at Ottawa Placing Responsibility For Damagad Goods Fred Starkty Meets the Local Board of Trade Council j Fred A. Starkey, the president of I the Nelson. B. G., board of trade ie in the city and will meet the council i of the Lethbridge board of trade this afternoon to urge the adoption of a j resolution endorsing the petition of i those interested for a continuance of I the lead bounty. i poriant matter to is an izn- NEW TOWNilTES ON THE MAR. KET An excellent map has been prepared by the Land Department of the Canadian Pacific Railway, showing all the new town- sites which being' placed upon j T the market this year for the first time, and which offer splendid in- ducements, for the investor. Numbering among these ,are three promising divisional points, which are sure to be from this time centres ol activity forward. Perhaps RUSH INQ TO THE WEST Winnipeg, March Advices- received here from St. Paul are to the effect that a large number of desirable American settlers are leaving for Sas- katchewau and Alberta to take up lands. Every train cros- sing the boundary is crowded with American fanners and their families. 1 Alberta as the prosperity of one has I a great deal to do with the prosperity of the other. The renewal of the bounty has al- ready been endorsed by the boards j of trade of Kdmontun, Strathcona, j vVetaiskiwin.' He'd Deer, Calgary and Medicine Hat. Mr. Starkey is one of the leading Ottawa, Ont., March Appointed to the of the Kootenaies and is always the mining men jof die interior, of British Columbia. i most important one is Wilkie, j particularly, and what is helpful in the heart of the famous that part of the cimtry is twlphd to Cut Kmfe District, south of Battle- DR. GALBRAITH Campbell's bill to prevent shipping companies, from putting clause in bilk uf lading which excuse them from responsibility .for goods damag ed, in transit, came before the Senate hanking and commerce committee to- of the University of Alberta 'boosting Nelson and British Colum- TALKED OUT CIGARETTE MOTION Edmonton, March follow- j IN day. Campbell claimed that similar I in? is the personnel of the Alberta! measures of protection had already University 'Senate which has just THE HOUSE OF COM- MONS been obtained in the United States and that as a result American could been given out: Mr. Justice Stuart, Calgary, chan- lnYcellor; Ex OfEcio Ottawa, Ont., March members' business again engaged the -obtain more favorable rates of suraace than Canadian goods. Hr. Goldie representing the Do- j Rutherford, B. A., B.C.L., minion Millers' Association and C. B. minister of Education. Edmonton; H. attention of the House today, the A.. C. j budget debate to be resumed on Thursday. Mr. Monk was the total amount of informed customs representing the Toronto M. Tory, M A.. L. L. president.! duties paid to date upon material im- board of trade suported the bill. v. Appointed- Members-Mr. Justice {.ported from the United States .which 'Representatives of railways and I Beck, B. A., Edmonton; Rev, J. H. entered into the construction of the steamship lines and Dominion Mar- i B'. A.. B, Edmonton; R. i Quebec bridge has been ine association asked a little time to j G- Brett, M. D., Banff; R. J. Hutch- ford, and about eighty miles west of Saskatoon on line of the C. P! R. to Wefaskiwlii. This new town is in about the same strategical posi- tion as is Battleiord, and is bound to make good progress. Besides the buildings and round houses to bs erected there by the C. P. R. the im- migration department has purchased a site and will commence immediately the construction of a commodiou hall for the accomindation of the number of immigrants who wil make this the point where they wil leave to take up land. The erection of this building is significant of th future expected for the towns by the Dominion government agents. Wynyard, another new divisional point is situated on the same line constructed last year between York- ton and Saskatoon, and which will be completed this year right through to Wetaskiwin. It is the first division- r ROW AT FORT WILLI.AM Fort William, Ont., March ians and Russians at the coal docks got into a'row this morning. Two or three of the participants were bady cut about the head. H. B- Ames secured an order for consider the bill. This was agreed so and the hearing adjourned. Calgary; J. A. McDougal, Ed- of papers necessary to al point Lanigan and is lo- cated about the centre of the Quill Plains, of which many favorable re- ports have been heard during recent years.' Outlook, another new divisional point .is situated on the extension CHAINED TO HIS FATHER Strange and Pathetic Coincidence in a Washington Town monton; P.. J. JTolan, B. A., K. C.J information in respect of the Calgary; J. J. Gaetz, Red Deer; 0. Rooins immigration company up to north of Moose Jaw; and is well lo- D., C. M., Medicine Hat; date- W. S. Galbraith, M. D., C. M., Leth- bridge; E. K. Strathy, Lacombe. Elected A. Kennedy, M. D., Hacleod; W. D.Ferris, M. D.; cated on' the South Saskatchewan river. This line will eventually be J. E, Armstrong asked (1) what is the total amount of the money claim-lextended through to Lacombe on the ed by the daily papers of Canada as j Edmonton branch, damages to their circulation owing to Altogether fifty-one new krwnsites Edmonton; J. McCaig, B. A., L. L. B., j the action of the postmaster general j have been placed upon the market, Spokane; Wash., March father, like son. but- the youth was not aware that- the man .manacled to Iiim is his parent. Benjamin Con- nors and his 18-year "old son, Orvell j Connors, were the central figures at [Edmonton; E.S. Jenkins, B. A., M.A., MG connection with the changing of Strathcona; G. Harcourt, B. A., Ed- the postal regulations last May, (2) monton. has the government received any com- j plaints from the Canadian Press As- I sociation in regard to the regulation LICENSE NO PROTECTION most of which are situated in dis- tricts which ;are developing with re- markable speed. East of Lanigan on the extension from Yorkton to Sas- katoon the new townsites are Esk, Wash., west of Spokane, j, mportant Runng of Edmonton Judge I and what action does the government! Between Asqui r} aSj" X Were Affecting Real Estate Tax i intend to take in regard to the Hlie west oi and sentenced to serve mdetermin- ate terms.for horse stealing and sell- ing ii stolen horse. The boy was Edmonton, March real at Waterrille, Douglas county, while.his sire was convicted in Chel- an county. The former broke jail several times and tate agents have no protection from parlial by government of weekly so Jansen, Datoe. Candahar, "Wynyard, j what is the nature of i Mozart-and Eltros. ;quitb. and Hardisiy on of Saskatoon the fol- In reply to the second question, j lowing new towns are ready for open- IHon. Robert Lemieirr replied. viz: Rhyl, Perdue, Keppel, Vau- In reply to the first he produced a j Castlewood, Traynor, TWO YEARS FOR TIMEKEEPER Winnipeg., March Hunt, chief timekeeper C. N. R. general of- fices here was this morning sentenced by Chief Justice Howell to years in the penitentiary. He was found guilty o'f conspiracy to defraud the company. GOVERNOR GENERAL OF AUSTRALIA ______ London, March The Earl of Dudley has been ap- pointed governor general of the of Austral- ia in succession to Sir Henry Stafford Northcott whose term is ing comfortably." It is understood, aowevei, that the goveraor'-s condi- tion gives little hope of his recovery. STOLE THE FOWL New Settler From North Dakota Suf- fers a Loss Last night, Mr. J. E, Currie, are- cent arrival from the United FIRE AT DELORAINE Deloraine, Man., March fire here this morning destroyed the stores of Presswood Bros., W. Mc- Comb and Chalmers. The loss is twenty thousand dollars. ONE YEAR IN PEN Lexington, Ky., March R. Day, treasurer of state under the brief Republican "reign of the govern- ment of W. S. Taylor in 1900 was to- day sentenced to serve one year in the penitentiary ior forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a cheque for SUFFRAGISTS ARRESTED Berlin, March total of forty seven arrests -were made in Berlin yesterday in connection with the suf- fragists demonstration. Kine police- men sustained injuries in the encoun- ters with the people. It is estimated that fifty of the manifestants were wounded. AUSTRIAN EMPEROR'S HEALTH Vienna, March Fran- cis Joseph has not fully recovered from the cold which lie has suf- fering the past week but his condition is. considered satisfactory. him a good opinion of the honesty of the people among: whom he has come to live. Mr. Currie was a farmer on a large scale in North Dakota ami the other day came to Lcthbridge with several cars of effects to on his land in, 11-21. His fine buuch of ten Norman horses havt- been. subject, of a great deal of admiration and comment. But the affair of last night does not concern them. Am- ong his valuable stock .were a num- ber of ducks and chickens, all well- bred. This morning when, he went to his car, tracks were seen, of a wag- gon that had been backed up to the car during the night, investigation revealed tho fact that a crate of ducks and another of chickens wore missing. The culprits have not been caught. BRIDE NEARLY KILLED SENATE RECOMMENDS DIVORCE Ottatra, Ont., March the upper House Senator Kirchoffer, chairman of the divorce commission placed a report from that commission recommending a divorce for Edith Vfay Gilmore, of Toronto, from Alfred Robert William Gilmore. The rest of he sitting was taken up with a dis- cussion of E. A. Lancaster's bill >diich limits the speed of trains at rossing to ten miles an hour. It j license commissioners andfaprbrn- Guests Threw Rice at Wedding and EAST RIVER BRIDGE j Horses Ran Away New York, March great j structure over the East Kiver, known as Blackwellsi Island bridge, which was constructed at a.cost of nearly was traversed its en- tire length by pedestrians today for the first time. Vancouver, B. C., "ifarch Hunt, member of the board of papers Welfe, S. Alphege, Wilkie.. Phippen, work of the curb stone broker, jes had been issued showing that La i Adanac> Swinboume, Buccleuch, Eut- tehee for safe-keeping. After the el- i rter Connors was sentenced, follow-! transactions and receives a commls- i 652 or more than all the other Mont- conduct j real and TuIOiito papers cuiubiiitrd. passed by the House. 23 ADOPTS 46 Lowell, Mass., March Wjlhelmina Crawford, 29 years adopted yesterday in the Superior inent Orangemen and Mason died last evening., _OTA i- or person who conducts real estate'Presse, Montreal, had received land' Senlac> Evesham, Hacklin, i court as her son, James Butler who Cadogan; CairnsJ is forty six. Miss Crawford, who is ing any regular office or paying. aj Dr. Ban- spoke for over an Rossyth. ing a plea of guilty, he told the jail-i r> cn-irtj-uv aiijrc uiaL .laUnei' i pai'eiiia'j died when he was a boy. He was brought up in her father's family and! got to entertain such a motherly j feeling for him that she determined have Mm as her son. Brantford, Ont.. March North Brant Liberals have nominated Geo. Telfer, of Paris, for the legisla- Rochester, N. Y., March Wolscott K. Y. special says A quan- tity of rice thrown by -an energetic guest at the wedding of Miss Fannie Palmer and Clifford Livingston, of Fair Haven, N. Y., held here yester- day, nearly cost the bride heir life. Many friends of the pair indulged alter the ceremony in the usual pas- time of throwing old shoes and rice at the newly wedded couple "just as they were driving away from the bride's home. The rice frightened the horses and they started to run, :he_carriage was overturned and the bride, pinioned beneath it, was drag- ged twenty feet before the groom who- held onto the reins stopped the team. The wedding trip was abandoned and the bride, painfully bruised is under f the care oi a physician. tracks their wedding day. He learned onlv- anci not the a child was born to the deserted wo-ipose controilijag or regulating- railway company should man, but he never saw the 'boy until j real -esta-'te business. j the matter before the railway commis- he was locked in the same cell with.' The arose in the case of j sion. At the present time the consent him. Being companions in jail the! J" Horner TS- Stevenson, w. J. Hor; tne boarci of construction of rail- man and the boy related their thc Plaintiff in the action, act-Jways had to be secured, periences, and upon close inquiry as a real csta-te agent for the de- Dr. Barr read letters from secretar- Connors learned that the boy was his j fencia-nt, E. S. Stevenson, and sold ies of municipalities in support of his oon. He did not tell the boy. property for him in December, j measure. wen- taken to Walla Walla in irons j 190T- defendant gave the plain-: Premier Laurier stated that Hon. G. WILL IT EVER BE BUILT Ottawa. Ont., March T re- I _ i U) OI Jilp OFF FOR JAPAN Victoria, B. C., .March L. Drury, who has been appointed Can- adian representative at Tokio to look after the interests of the Do- minion in the carrying out of the A MOUSTACHE CLUB One Formed by the Young" Men of Troy, Idaho Jaw is a town 01 much promise, in the.centre of a splendid j the Trans-Canada Railway wheat raising district, and last week company to start and Complete its excellent r v of clear nure 1 hnt" ciSc coast. Quebec to the Pa- to the Ad under Sir Claude Elbow, situated as its name implies, BISHOP FOWLER DEAD Spokane, Wash., March shave or not to shave, is the question of the moment among the young men of Troy. Idaho, southeast of Spokane. ________________ (Fifteen of them recently organized themselves as foresters of hirsute de- HOME FOR THE BUFFALO j each other not to Washington. March 18.-Dixon to-! razor blade to pass over He wa baasy and i Macdontld. father. New. York, March Rev. j day introduced a bill setting aside I .W UPP''T Up untl1 June 7' the j Charles-H. Fowler, bishop of the of land in the Flathead} bemg hata for each of the j Methodist church died at his home Indian reservation, near the confhi- men' als? a stag dinner for the ,-T ,i TJ a extension from today. He was a native of Bur- c'nce of B'Oreville and the comf> the women. a cheque it Wlto ior _an illegal j could be considered together in the north to Bulyea three townsites are I Ont. Jacob rivels. for a Deimancnt hkft the Hclcn3 of ancient Troy, and i consideration, viz: -the plaintiff not {rail way committeee. WILL OPEN MORE BRANCHES in ent, or licensed to do business as vide for the bringing on of bj {such in Edmonton, pro- Minneapolis. March and not having} tions automatically was reached, aj-e j ford.. Ont. offered for sale, namely, Bryant, Sil- i ton and Gibbs, and on the short cut-1 a permanent na- Weyburn, Hume and Grii- tional bison range for a herd of bui- 1 declare the5" will neither hold con- I falo to be presented by the American vcrse nor the er' I "R'icAn ervMofi- "i rants until the 50 with the bj'laws of the city, i Premier Laurier pointed out an ob- j fin are lhe MW The enquiries to pour already those begin- are tv iiuuu. u_j cut; jiiaieiuenL i j.u. t. i x------ that the Bank of Montreal i, to in cheque necesaaiy to hold bye-elections per- conversant enough with western ways i n. ui -m.iiu.itui is to m- as enmmicctnn 'Phr. i ______i J as commission. aujjuratc a more exnansivA nnlic-v i. c poncv, as, the cheque and made applicant a result 01 which it will open more {the judge to set branches in thc United States and on j statement of the continent of Europe, to take ad- vantage of its opportunities to deal with exchangvj. plaintiff sued on i haps a few iveeks before the-; general to realize the advantage of being first INVITED TO JAPAN Washington, March Jap-1 Bison society- anese government has extended an in- The bil1 appropriates as pay- vitation to the United'States govern- ment to have the Atlantic battleships fleet visit any port. in Japan on its days shall have pas- sed into history and the upper are shaven clean. This rigid ostra- upon all members of i f. __ _ cruise around the world.! ________ weV? on] DOG DAMAGE While thc action oi the young ment to the Indians the lands set aside and for the care oil the range-by the agricultural depart-1the club' as wel1 ae the independent elements of eligible ------------------------i bachelorhood in the town of Troy. ment. and enter judge- j promptly. Mr. Borden urged the ne-j8eason Griosbach, O'Connor Alii-' cessitj- for some such law and re-i bwfusalVas considered byhe presdent aD'f' render valuable aid sented by" sharehokicrs present or by u> vessels in distress. proxy. _______ f I I mended to Congress that it authorize j quires all applications to appear be- j the department to refuse patents to fore the Mayor and Aldermen before! Indian allotees who persistently vio-i i.hc license should be n-anted JHte the Federal laws of their school and for drinking, unc- seerc-1 pay ms foe and get nis license T! "The worst evils the dc-j am.thcrvfore, of Ihe'opinion that thc i oartment has in connection with the licensing estate agents is for re-1 Indians are tho survival among the! venue only, and the pl'aintiff'is cntit-' .parents of a dialiko, or contempt for led to maintain his action The do-! The! cgarx.irig nc- >.udi provision in the by-i children n.tjlaw and the applicant only to! The secrc-lpay his foe and education of the Indian child' and a, .craving -which, the, un- disciplined Indian has for "intoxicat- ing drink." fence of the defendants is, therefore, set aside the plwmtiff is permit- ted to toiler judgment for the charged.'1' INSURE YOUR BEAtffl COMFORT on stormy days by rearing a WATWPftOOf OIIZD CLOTHING DuraM Low in that the. board of'pardons committee Uf chrectors' St.. Petersburg. March 18.-The com j commute the sentence to imprison- i P tO thfi'racctinff- also tlie fm mission on national defence today life. The judge gave as his which approv. i opt.xt a report rejecting the battle- reason for the. recommendation that ship credits for 1908 nnd accepting thi; credits for the completion of the battleships, torpedo boat destroyers, and subnrarir.r-} now in thc course of construction. GETTING BUSY AGAIN FARMERS WANT RAILROAD Having seen in the Lethbridge Her- ed of by Lhe The state j aid a statement that President, ment showed that some j Shaugsnessy, oi .Uit: C. P. was had already been expended on this going to meet the farmers of the property. The prospects are very j district, between Lethbridge and Cal- j bright for the future of this company j gary with regard to thc proposed j The Frank paper says thWt H. L. A vote of thanks tendered to the j railway .between these cities thft Frank has disposed of al his interest j retiring directors and manager. i farmers .of townships J2, 13 and 14, i in the Canadian American Goal Co., j The directors und ortkers were re- of Eanges 21 and 32, the Orchard had told the exact truth in the Haywood trial testimony. to the-French shareholders and that elected: President, Hon. O. fi. V. Bui Montreal, March was stated former general manager S. W. in financial circles'that the C. P. R. i is to return to again take that posi- rmthorities hod decided to, commence tion and that he has received tract from the C. P. R. for a thoua- work at the Angus shops in fall] swing taking back all employees tern- and torw of. coal a day. porarily laid off and will also in- crease thc staff and rush thc work all year. a con- MINAttD'S. LTSIMBN'T FOR SALE vice-presidents, Dr. C. W. Clarke F. .Stephens, Winnipeg, Dr. L. X. McKechnie, Vancouver; M. John- stone., Lethbridge; 0.' n. Graves, Calgary. Mr. Thos. Underwood was reappointed manager and and T. II. of about two hundred held meeting on March 11. The patlicrirt was mostVnthusias- tie over the prospect of having a railway through the and determined to put forth every ef- fort, to secure it. Delegates were ap- pointed to attend the meeting in Cal- Seymour, auditor for the company. whenever it takes place. ;