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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta News for Week Live "Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading' Westbourne, Man., March W. Morrison was instantly killed and her husband fatally injured while out driving yesterday afternoon. The liorse swerved to one side and in do- ing so the animal slipped on the bridge crossing the Mud River, crash- ing through the rail and dragging the sleigh and occupants along with fatal results. Mrs, Morrison was 73 years of age and was mother-in-law of Ed- ward Lynch, M.P.P. for Westbourne. Hamilton, Ont., March the police court this morning Mrs. Ger- trude Bastedo, 152 Picton street, was fined twenty dollars or i mouth in on charge of assault on John sheriff's officer. of- ficer went to the house with a dis- tress warrant to make seizure for rent due when Mrs. Bastedo poured hot water over him. Because W. J. Clark threatened J. J. Hobson the agent who issued the distress war- rant, the court fined him or two months. St. John, N. 3.. March The JBobinson government has resigned and J. D. Hazen, Conservative leader lias beeu summoned to form cabinet. Hazen is expected to complete his cabinet by tomorrow or Monday writs for necessary reelectioos be issued at once. It. is taken for granted that Messrs. Morrisey, Fleming, Car- rfton will be in the cabinet and Char- Kent, and St. John City get representatives each. -Members from either- York or Queens will complete the list. Out- going: government made no an- nouncement appointments to pro- vincial service. London. March l9.-The News Ag- Montreal, March 23.-Mrs. Cyrille published the following despatch Thomas, aged 23 and her 15 months from Rome. The Gorier Delia Ser, that Miss Elkius on her mar- riage to the Duke of Abruzzi will be created a "royal highness" in her own right and sons of the marriage will have the right of succession to the throne. DCS Moines, March -The Republican state convention, today elected four delegates at large to at- tend the -national convention, in- structing them to 'vote for William II. Taft for presidential nominee. Senator William B. .Allison was en- dorsed for re-election, and the Ohio platform approved. The platform adopted affirms allegiance to the prin ciples of the Eepublican party. Tokio, March Mutsu Maru a 1600 ton coasting steamer belong- ing to the Nippon Yusen Kaisra Len was sunk in a collision with the Maru j 926 "tons, at 2.30 this morning two miles from Todihokko near Hakodet. The captain of the Mutsu Maru, a majority of her pasengers and 4-3 of the crew perished. The Hifyoji Maru old Aibina, were fatally burned today at their home on Beau- dry street while her husband and Mrs. Joseph Cromeau were seriously burn- ed while trying to save the mother Tenders for Fireguards SEALED TENDERS, endorsed, "Tender for and; addres- sed to the Minister of Public Works, Edmonton, Alberta, will be received up to noon on Wednesday, April 22nd, 1908, for ploughing the following fire- guards, which, in case of reploughing or backsetting should be ploughed to the full width of the original guard, which should be 16 feet in width, and of sufficient depth to cut and cover weeds, grass, etc. When breaking and child. The accident was due to new guard, ploughing must be done an attempt to make a fire with a quantity of coal oil to help it along. Mrs. Thomas became enveloped by the flames as well as the baby. and both received fatal injuries. Madrid, March Mundo says that it has learned on good authority that the wounded Prince Manuel, now king of Portugal, received a wound in the arm on February 1st, when King Carlos' and the Crown Prince were assassinated, has not healed and has recently be- come very much worse. The attend- ing physicians, says the paper, de- clare that amputation is imperative. and another steamer rescued the sux- j signed. The Clinton Machinery Co. has as- Galgary, Alta... March Digon, a. prominent Medicine Hat citizen, arrived in Calgary yesterday in search of his fifteen year old daughter Vir- who ran away from home on Sunday night last with Mable Gay a sixteen year old girl whose parents also" reside in Medicine Hat. Medicine Hat, the distracted father of. the Digon girl believes they man- aged to get to Calgary and are still -.in the city. The- police have made a i-l orough search for them been supplied with full description .and photographs of the Digon girl they cannot be located. San Francisco, GaL, March D. W. Stevens, adrisor to the Korean council of state, who was attacked by a committee of Koreans in the Pairmount hotel last night for -favor- ing the course of Japan in Korea, was shot three times by two Japanese at the Union Ferry building this .morn- ing. Stevens drew a pistol and shot one of the Japanese. The extent of Mr.. known. injuries is not yet Thamesville, Ont., March About 2.30 yesterday morning Messrs. Howes and Brooks, who reside over a. jeweler's store, were awakened by a noise at the door; They called out, when a gun was fired, the bullet go- ing through the window, the shot being followed by three burglares, who began firjs in all directions. Brooks and Howe tried to escape but were grabbed, gagged, and strips torn from the sheets in their bed, after which the robbers searched for money and valuables. They relieved Brooks of and Howe of his watch and then made their escape. reason, can be given for the are it-antic with ansiety. Regina, March. Standard ,in- an item from Ottawa this nfternooii that William Mackenzie of tie C.-C.K. leaves for England-with-I ia the next ten days to endeavor to Coat bonds for the building- of the 'Tfudsoo Bay Kailway. A proposi- tioa has been submitted to the gov- ernment which has considered the scheme andsoffered certain, guarantees bonds and subsidies for the steam nd in the afternoon one of these was handed back to W. B. Wells, of this city with a warning not to tell when the gun was' return- ed or who returned it, under a threat j of death. Mkunday is supposed to know something about the Joy Club House Collingwood. liquor sellers "have to pay a license of this -year. Mitchell is after a Dominion post- office building. Ex-Aid. Jesse Wallis, of St. Thomas, is dead. Samuel Parr, a-merchant of Black- stock, committed suicide in Toronto. Fred Underbill, .of Aurora, has withdrawn as Liberal. candidate for to the full width of 16 feet, and not less than 4 inches in depth. 2694 Reploughing fire guard starting at the south-east corner of township 15, range 21, west of the 4th Meridian and following the line between ranges 20 and 21, north through the Blackfoot Indian Reserve to the Little Bow River. Approximate dis- tance 33 miles. 2614 Reploughing fireguard on the North boundary of township 14, from the Bow River west to the Little Bow. Approximate distance 34 miles. 2681 Reploughing fireguard from Bel- ly River to the Little Bow Riv- er along "the west side of range 22. Approximate distance 28 miles. 2701 Ploughing fireguard between ranges 20 -and 21, along the west boundary of townships 12. 13 and 14, to the south bank of the Little Bow River, and along RUNAWAY GIRLS (From Dtilyl) Last night's Lethbridge Herald and Constabe Gillespie were the means of making F. P. Degon, of Medicine Hat happy and of appre- hending two girls who had run away from the Hat. The girls, one the daughter of MrT Degon and other a domestic who had been working in in the gas city, were supposed to have gone to Calgary and thither the father went to search for his daughter. Not finding them there he telephoned to the police of thie city concerning them. In the meantime the Heraid with its despatch on the matter was pub- lished. As soon as he saw it Con- Gillespie remembered seeing the girls board the south bound train on Tuesday morning and of learning of their pawning their watches at the Auction Mart. In response to the phone message., word was sent to the father tmVt his-girl had bsen here and had got off the U-airi at Stirling., They had taken the wrong train, their intention, having been to go to Calgary on.'the local. When they came in last night, xGillespie was ready to receive them. The father came down from Calgary Jast night and id in the city today with his daughter. The other girl, Mable Gay, is a domestic about sixteen years of age, who had recently come from the East and was working in the Hat, and, of course, was free to go away if she wished, The Degon girl is about fifteen years of age and about two years ago caused her parents anxiety by ;a sim- Hat. 2679 the south boundary of township.- ijar escapade. Mr. De.gon is a C. P. 12, in ranges 20 and 19, to the j conductor and highly respected in west bank of the Little Bow River. Approximate distance 26 miles. Ploughing fireguard from the Little Bow-River on the north boundary of township 11-19-4. eastward 'to the 'Bellv 'River in DRESS WELL-It PYS If you have respect for your personalx comforts and tconomy combined with style you should see our new and comprehensive Shoes, Men's Clothing and Tnere are- Latest Hat styles from'London and New York; Best American and Canadian made Shoes: High Class Tailored Suits that fiit.perfectly. AND WE GIVE YOU WORTH FOR EVERY CASH PRICE MEN'S CLOTHING Men's Suits, Single or Double .17.60 faf 21.09 Men's to fS.08 BOYS' 2 and 3 piece to MEN'S HATS Men's Derby Hats..........................- to Men's Soft Felt to Men's Brown Cowboy Hats to Felt Crush Hats -flSc to 12.50 "'_ .SHOES Men's Fine and Work Shoes...................... to Boys' Shoes to Children's Shoes to Misses' to iS.CO Ladies' Shoes to BIG GATHERING OF. MASONS FflQM ALL OVER DISTRICT AT INSTALATION the Legislature-in North York.. Anglican church, Merrick- ville, is to be taken down and re- r placed by a handsome new structure. Pveeve W. H. Pugsley, of Richmond Hill, "has been, asked to stand as Conservative candidate for -the House of Commons in Centre York. A crop of 64 1-2 bushels of alsike 2873 across ranges 11 and, 12, westi of. the 4th Meridian to the Bow River, and also from the north- east of township 13-11-4 south, along the eastern boundary of range 11 to South Saskatchewan was harvested by R. Craig, lessee of the Colonel Tyrwhitt farm near Brad- ford; 60 bushels- brought per bu- shel, in all, the balance, being kept for-seed: Principal Ramsey of the Renfrew High School, waa fined and costs for whipping "severely and unwisely" the-foureen year old son of Sheriff 26S2 Dempsey. The boy 'refused to obey the teachers orders and then refused j to submit to punishment, saying his j mother and brother had advised him! hot to allow the master to whip him. j ploughing -fireguard John Mortimer, for 25 years report- er on the Guelph Mercury, is dead. -ICenora Board of Trade is encour- aging the use of electric cooking utan-j sils. township 11-16-4. "Approximate lem on his distance 16 miles: Reploughing fireguard from Bel- ly River River following ]teut the line one mile west of the east boundary of range" SAWCHUCK TO SERVE MORE TIME (From Thursday's Daily.) Poor Jacob Sawchuck has a prob- d. "Yesterday he was up'before Magistrates Humpliries and West on the charges of stealing- a from W. G. Sdmmons and -was to three months in the Barracks. the sentence to .J3ro. ships'12. 13 and 14, west of the the expiration. of the term he 'is 4th 'Meridian. Approximate jnow serving for laying covetous- distance 17 1-2 miles. [hands on Jasr-Fiske's carpets, 3684 Reploughing fireguard between jplcaded to the charee' .Md townships 13 and 14, running I his reward' 'Wllt 'Mm But what bothers him is man X Judge Win- (From Friday's Daily.) There were big doings among the Masons last" night when the new lodge Lethbridge, U. was insti- tuted with all due pomp and cere- mony. Members were present from Medicine, Hat, Macleod, and Taber, from which -town twenty of the twen ty-three members of the lodge came. District Deputy Grand Master, C.W. Gardiner of Madeod had charge of the instituiory exercises. The of- of 'the new lodge are' P. M., Bro. Sergt. Raven; Wi, M., Bro. A. C. Mtsser; S. W., Bro.; D. Bro. G. W. Whelen; Sec'y Bro. G. V. Storkey; Treas.. Bro. J. Graham; S. D... Bro. R J. Mc- L. H. Prince; j I. G-. Bro. T. S. Harold; -S.S., Bro. I J. Rusk; Bro. G. St. C.Moore; Tyler, Bro. A. G. Nedham. j "After the duties of the evening had [been performed the large gathering of all dose tings. 2sow two.'. other man j partook of a swell banquet- I provided by the new lodge. The "us- ter- fudges and Visiting ;by about a dozen masters; indue Brors, Adams, -Scott, StepI 'son and' others. Buriog; evenjnpr songs were by Brj J. HV: L. Prince, H.. Johnstorj P; Veale L. j LachMan j hit of the'evening was a 'comic i ing by Bro. Bell wood of .Taber. era! other; numbers kept ing- until long past bedtime, most successful Masonic meeting held in Ijettibrrege concluded. new lodge has a membership .01 i ty-eijfh-t and -more ..coming fast. CORRESPONDENTS WANTEC The weekly Herald wants good corre-apondents who will: eontnl ntws items regularly at Iron Springs, Sundial. Bowville, Bannerman, Grassy Lake, Bow Island, Diamond City, Albion Ridge, Coutts, give me tree "months more for steal IT_. dose tings. I no understand." Ex- planations of "separate ual toast list was honored. "The i him. River. Approximate distance cases" eLc- do not satisiy miles. Backsetting fireguard- starting at the south-east corner of sec- i tior> _ 25-12-11-4.-. and west to the Bow Approx- imate distance 10 miles. and "The The Grand to which D.D.G.M. Gardiner and Rt. Wor. Bro. Patterson respond ed. "The Grand Lodge of Manitoba'' conclusion of the tent-lift- i Wor J- H; Fleetwood', and case, Jake faced the charge j stealing: a pair of 1 the property of II. T. Cherry. Fear- Of Wor- J; D- The Garbutt Business Collegi Of modern TVeirrnphy, RiuM'iirtjr.i.Cfr ploys iirfpsTv people for infJepomMi'.'? uti' mrffntH Write for "L.' Enter any time. 37-0 F. G. GARBUTT. Prb.m.a commenc- IikLtnonton. 3Iarcb Aa- Chicago, March Emma Clef? dropped, as she was dancing the last strains of the "Merry Wid- ow" waltz in the Marqnette Club house Saturday night. With a. friend. Miss Addie she went to a matinee Saturday. Re- A t .J r; i lar, the Alaska Central railway not turnmg home she ate a hearty din- i, 4, ,x. being -worth more than 20 cents on the ner rather hurriedly to prepare tor the sayinff he 2674 so backsetting reguar .romwouid-swear ten times_ He told thc the north-east comer of section storj, consfderable straight south on thejfrom ali nands in the court and aj range line to the north-east of Ood many shr of his section 24-12-m to meet the j and i nbovc guard. Approx. dist. 13 i T v He bought the curtains from the man j I "that say 'how much? one Ploughing fireguard from the j two in a room upstairs.! .Crowrs. Nest Pass Railway fol-JThe case was adjourned a week to j lowing the west boundary of j enable Mr. Johastone to get the, sale 1 range 14. west of Men- records from Mr. Cherry in dian, and north to" the Belly Riveri Approximate distance 7 _____ _ __ Instltute m was 771, one of the hostesses. Shft wss ac- derson, an old Hudson Bay man who f to the club house by her j -other, Dr. Osier deft jthe Sreatest-in lts hlstory- There had been eight dances, and j The Men'5 Association of St. An- iss Cleff, looking so pretty and ani- j Brew's Presbyterian church, Ottawa, recently been trading horses in tie Peacp fliver district, arrived in city last night. Mr. Anderson -declares the Indians in the north are mated that all her friends had com- j establish a young men's club in sore straits as a result of the scj? Dented about it, had danced every Hintonburg, with a pool room in con- city of fur and the ravages of wolves i one' He tells an interesting story con- reported gold strike on J-'inlay River. He said: "The In- are in very hard straits this ud will be for two more years were Boating on There are so many wolves in the country that they are killing oar aJl the forbearing anJmals and at tl-e same time killing the Indians' Worses. The most of the Indians are reply she fel1 at his fect on foot now. There is no doubt .the gold strike in the Find lay dists-ict is rea) and in the next there will probably be a tremen- r. told of nection. i Th_pn came the "Merry. Widow" j A deputation of the A. 0. H. waited waltz. As it was drawing to a close. !.oiu If on.. R. Lemieux and asked for Mis Cleff exclaimed to her partner: the interdiction of postcards ridicul- "It is divine! I feel exactly as nig thc Irish race. j A deputation of Ontario Liberals at music stopped and they start- Ottawa asked for an increased duty ed for their seats. en jxik. "I feel said Miss Cleff, and j SASKATCHEWAN before her partner could make any! C. Howland, president of the Development Co., was 2702 2656 Reploughing fireguard on the line between ranges 17 and 13, from the Crow's Nest Pass Rail- way, north to the Belly River. Aproximate distance 6 miles. Reploughing fireguard on the west boundary of range 18 west of the 4th Meridian from the Crow's Pass Railway Township 9 straight north to the Bellv River. PLANTING OF TREES j (Montreal Witness? j Mr. Bryce's allusion in his speech at the Canadian Club banquet to tree j planting recalls a beautiful old Tal- f mudic story, which has an application to this country at the present time. A king travelling in the country saw an aged man engaged in planting a j fruit tree. trtnce S miles. Lexington, Ky., March Because rabbed. I held up in New York by a woman and of warning letters and visits from many farmers in near- Iy a11 of the counties of the ne: rusii there staking a man last fall who I White Burely tobacco region are de- ont before the season dosed." BRITISH COLUMBIA Part of the American fleet will visit Vancouver. It is denied that Lieut. A new Methodist church is to be boilt at Meaford. Stop That Cold chack oolrts or Grippe with sure defeat -for Pneumonia. To stop a cold with >S safer than to Jt ran and to cure it afterwards. To be sure. Pro. Tootirs will cure even a deeply sented cold, but taken the break, or off these Thai's airely bettor. s why they called Preventics. little Candy Cold No Qnln- no physic, nothing sickenJnjc. Nice for thorowjhly safe too. If you feel apJnllr.tf you yon ache all over, think of ffteBventicg. Promptness may also save half your And don't forxot your cuild. it fcvtsriahmwii. niirlitordmy. Heroiji prob- lies 'PrcvMittes' xren-test efliciency. Sold ia IIOHM for the also in of 48 Insist ou your druggists giving you "ALL fitrojrinS their tobacco beds and at Dunsmuir purposes 3elling out his in- present time fewer than one-third of terest3 in Britih Columbia. the normal number have boon started. 1 fn many counties huge signs have! -QUEBEC been erected on buildings in several I A move is being made to rcduco places declaring the intention of the. the number of licenses in Quebec city farmers not to raise a crop this sea- to 77. son. Realizing the difficulty of mak- j J. Daigles, ex-M.P.P. for Vercher.-s, ing a living for their families in case is dead.- the decision to raise no crop is ad- hered to. many tenant farmers are preparing to move to other states, while many farm owners have placed their property on the market with the purpose of leaving' Kentucky. The murder of farmer Hedges in Nicholas county yesterday and the raids in Woodford and other counties last week have increased the alarm. In announcing their determination to go elsewhere, the tenants declare that it will be impossible to subsist from thc proceeds of the crops of hemp, wheat and corn. In the, neighborhood of Mount Sterling, rrtany farmers have received threatening leters. Condi- tions throughout the state are declar- ed to be worse now than at any time since tlie' tobacco war began. I. T. Wotherspoon, K. a, Mont- real, is dead. Rev. H. P. Plumtre, rector of St. George's. Montreal, and former Dean of Wycliffe, wil leave in May to live in England. Westmount merchants have been given two weeks to take down sign- boards and stop bill-posting. ALBERTA T.acombu's new public school will soon be.ready for occupancy. A son was born to M, S. McCarthy, M. P. for Calgary, at Ottawa. Gaits, wholesalers, arc opening a branch RELIT3V- oetween ranges 19 and 20. in townships 9 and 10, west of the 4th Meri- dian, from the Crow's'Nest Pass Railway north to Belly River. Approximate distance 6 miles. 2693 Replouphing fireguard on the line betwoen townships 9 and 10. range IS. west, of the 4th Meridian, to connect with guards 2656 and 2658. Approxi- mate distance 6 miles. 2659 Ploughing fireguard alone the west: boundary of range 18. wpst of the -4th Meridian, from Crow's Nest Pass Railway Railway and Coal Coy.'s line. Approximate dis- tance1 22 miles. The successful tenderer will be re- quired to complete the work not. later Accosting, him, the king j asked why he planted the tree, seeing I Approximate he wonW shade.or partake o-f its fryit. i man replied: "I have enjoyed, the j shade and par.aken of the fri.it trees which were planted before I was j' born by men who have passed away, j So I, in my day, plant trees in order that those who may come after me will have shade to rest under- and I fruit to eat and rejoice in the goodness I of God and the wisdom of who have gone before." i The report in the daily papers. oriij.imi.liDg in the east; tti THE BOYAL CROWN SOAP CO. had sold out to Lever? Bros, is entirely untrue. "We have nor sold out to any concern, but are still making' Royal Crown Soap Witch Hazel Toilet Soap at the same place we have made it for 1 wanly corner of .King and Henry Streets, we expect to "bef making, it .for many years to We continue to facture ROYAL CROWN SOAP and WITCH HAZEL! TOILET SOAP by the special processes and from Ihe sp'f forrimlas that have made them best fitted for successful economical "nse with the hard water of this country. Save Your Wrappers for Valuable Premiums The Royal Crown Ltd. Winnipeg than the 1st of July, 1908. All ton dors must bo, accompanied by an ac- ceptod cheque. Express or Money Or- dor in favor of the Minister of Pub- Hc Works for 5 per cent, of the ten- dered price, and in case of a small puard for not less than 10.00 as n fiuarantee of pood faith on the part of the tenderer to enter into contract r.nd eorrmlfite, the work, which sum will bo forfeited if the successful ten- clt'rer re.fuscs to enter into a contract for the fails to com- the work. SEPARATE tenders must be made for each piece of work, and number of fireguard as pivo.n above, must be marked on outside of envelope. Work must be commenced immedi- ntelr GETTING READY FOR STEEL (From Monday's Daily.) I The bridge contractors losing no time in preparing for the future op- orations, the timber for the erection of the massive structure to be used in unloading the steel for the bridge arrived. The timber is of extra size nnd quality and was cut specially in British Columbia for this structure. The unThadcr wUl rx- erected at once so tho.t the. steel may be handled as soon it arrixvs. The timbers are of great length .and thickness and of extra fine .stuff. ground, and completed by the date above mentioned. Pfiymcnt. will be subject to the work being accepted after an exam- ination has been" made by spector appointed by this ment. The lowest or an cessarily accepted. nn In- Depart- tender not ne- JNO. STOCKS. Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton, this 16th day of Mnroh. 1903. T> 1 DON'T BUY The MateriaKfor yonr shed, bam or house nntill yon have sjeen our Ship-lap Finest material on.the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh Lime. Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. lettibridge, Taber, Stirling, Rapon., Kagratli, Coleridge ;