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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald II. LETHBRIDGE, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1909. TO GET BETTER FRUIT FOR ALBERTA Member Asks For a Closer Inspec- tion Mar. the House -went into committee of supply, Mr. iurrell of Yale-Caribou, took up the -cudgels in behalf of the fruit-prrow- mtf industry of the West. The Fruit, Marks Act had many weaknesses. The section applying to the inspec- tion of clostKl packages should applv CANADIAN TRADE New York, March today says: The trade conditions o; I Canada: Between seasons dullness prevailed in jobbing and wholesale lines ar.d at the same time unseason- able weather has deterred retail trade from making much headway. However, the consensus of opinion is that a good trade will develop once spring-like weather sets in. Business failures for the week closing Thurs day number 35 which compares with 32 last week and 41 last year. BIG STEEL PIER WAS WRECKED Old Orchard Beach, Maine, March sections of the foot steel pier were ripped and partly carried away by a gale and sea today. About three hundred feet of the mid- dle section, including the white city, a building containing booths for ex- hibition, comprised one of the parts wrecked. The damage is estimated at SUICIDE AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. C., March of Antony Euiech, an Austrian laborer, about thirty years of age, was found in some bushes at the foot WAS MEMBER FAMOUS FAMILY NO. W. POLICE STILL BUSY On Kinrade Wkness Found Miss Elliott Known Hamilton, Ont., March po- lice working on the Kinrade murder case intimated that there will be in- teresting developments.' Thev have obtained evidence concerning" Miss JMliott, a (jodench woman but have not been able to identify the travell-' ing friend of Miss Kiarade. They are also working hard to identify' Warburton and have sent photographs of the militia officer to Virginia A. I new witness, the wife of a prominent i business man has been secured who met theDQ DWK RF GDWK RFG- W met Mrs. Kinrade on the street on I the afternoon of the murder. i THE MISSION OF FATHER LACOMBE MAKE. A COMBINE Montreal, March forma I won of the Eastern Breweries with a capital of about an amal- gamation of all the breweries in the province was announced today Not one of them is left out. The owners are to receive 65 per cent, of "the value of their plants in six per cents and thirty-five per cent, in preferred stock, the good will is to be reckoned on the basis of the sains of 1906 by an American expert and com- mon stock issued in payment there- fore Chas. R. Hosmer is to be the I head of the concern. of Holley Ave. wharf today.' indications were that the man The had to peaches as well as apples and j taken .carbolic acid. Nothing was pears. He advocated uniform sizes known about the man except that he of packages for fruit sold in Canada as well as for that exported to for- eign countries. He thought the large importation of American fruit into the West, should engage the attention of the government. In Alberta, the Fruit Marks Act WHS u. dead letter and tho territory had become a dumping J for these fruits arid culls from boarded at the Kings Hotel Wa- ter St. WESTON KEEPS MOVING ON Aquila Chase Shot Himself On Broad- way IN GREENWOOD Nelson. B. C., March offi-i cial intimation from the B C Cop- Xew York. N. y.. March Co. Greenwood reached here to i carefully preparing a long obituarvji that owing to better copper! notice and handing it in at the of- prospects that the conternp-; De serving Charitable Institution fice of the Herald for submission to A Herald ing- intorvi JMORE STEEL PLANT TALK IN VANCOUVER j Vancouver, B. C., March is understood that Mr. James A. Moors jof the Moore Iron Works near Port ;lownsend, Wash., is negotiating for a site here on which to locate an irn- ;mense iron works and possibly a steel plant. The investment planned close Id reporter had an the expenditure of at with Hev. Father La- east lialf a Billion. KING EDWARD SENDS HIS THANKS To New Zealand-New South Wales Is Enthused of the mines and r'n the. city editor, Aquilla Chase a son I smelter has been called off from com-, of the late General Daniel Chase and Pan-v, headquarters in New York and i of closing down on April' a cousin of Sol retary of the Treasury, under dent Lincoln, stepped out into Broad j ?AA way on the Herald Square todav and shot himself in the heart. K died within a few minutes. ]Mr Chase was sixty years old. He had been ill and despondent for some men there is great night in Greenwood. veteran missionary of! .a, who is spending a1 to our cit.v ad to-get EX-ALDERMAN WAS ......._ was driving his Wm- eam the G- P" E- left here at 6.05 this morning on his ing rain was falling at the time and still continues mixed with snow. The road? are verv heavv. _ _______ ___ _._. ___... Weston hopes the United States. The Act should! -Bushels; right from the- boundarv- rie-ht -n CITY I ed thnt others in the steerage mavj j have contracted the disease and sev-j i eral who are known to have been in' with the two Russians willj he dftained some time. RED DISTRICT. and costs was what a couple of STOVE co-IS r.-ilc. residence o: of ED_ CROSS SOCIETY Henry Pellatt, TV --.--rson. Lieut. D. E. Wilkie and ot: Senate for i Aldersyde Cayley liftv. Martin in the Baptist Chur7h tomir- row All Scandinavians slicul.-] trv Cross Society. Canadian Eod SnuS Theatre and wife had been burned toj in Boycott Case .gton. March 27.- jStavely -Declaring' York DAY g the same tunes and listening to the same bur Canada i .week after week he M lands! Jf had har-i' _ a boundarv- right up to! shoutin- wbea about five far beyond Edmonton." People laughed. It subsequently doj t ar] It must be interesting for the vet.-j that Stevens had been v f tnere rer tne western plains and re-! his experiences with the Oiib-i Crees, and Blackfeet Indian] i tribes and to think of the thousands! of homesteads and hundreds of towns! now to be found where then the rerl-i men of -these of insanity. 1 on and h. asylum before .j- with effects __ to be; present and hear thrir countryrrian preach the William Oliver, ex-mayor'of Leth- riagc, is in the city today r liver says that an'average of one i nouse a day is what is belnc done in l rnx TT that the District _ Court of Appeal! brought ihe- iujiuiction- af! ly ien thousand aliens aimost a rec. erred in mod _ Justice Gould restraining the Ainer-jord nurnbeTTo- a single dav ican Federation of Labor and Presi-i feie Cl ,dent Gompei-s.. Secretary lVir-iand Vice President John Mitchell ofj IS DISCREDITED from publishing j the name his Cranbrook- Herald. Aiiyono who desires, to help a fam- ily living ,n the North Ward who are in very straightened circumstances i owing to a period of sickness" may i ccrn' their attorneys todavi leave donations of clothing or provis- 1 made a appeal to the Un-if1 declared that continuance' of ions at -the home of any "member of i lted Slates Supreme Court, and itj Iltmhej- tariff on the statute books as Ladies- Aid of Westminster i WRS avowed. The company claims !a.protective tariff casts discredit on I "The province is prosperous, manvj EX-PRESIDENT High Hiver Dist............1 254 142 come poor and become rich in a few! Few have lost. But some! K1NG TO MEET j The difference 510.853 j have been killed in. accidents of var- Condon, Mardi correspond- sThere are yet many thousand kinds, leaving orphans and of Daily Chronicle at Milan i shels to ship out of this district and I titiite people. We have that a meeting is likely everyone knows that Claresholm sta-; churches, schools a.nd colleges but at Naples between King have reached million i yet no home for the needy.' I am; Former Presi- s a mutual one. placing on the free list Mr. Howland th Aniclfs of clothing for j Hs annual loss during "the con-jTllc system of protection. I'Otlln HP 1.4.J- g e con- cnildren would be appreciated partic. i tinuance of the boycott its produc- r aS Ch1dren are to was. by the labor men amounts fn attend school. There are two bovs -I i and 7 years and two girls 5 'arid 9 years respectively. j Tennis Players Organize'Club 'A meeting of Lethbridge turnout an-ci much interest and AT THE CHURCHES A Purpose in Life" will be the sub- ject of a special sermon to men m the Baptist Church tomorrow evening at 7.30. These spe-'al mons for young men attracting large crowds of men. All your.g receive a hearty At a a m.Rev.Martin Bergh will preach The pastor preaches in the even in-. J. 'A. Clark, of Calgary, wiU in Knox Church at both ser- vices, tomorrow. At-the close of the I 'rernol-v Popular in this evening service a meeting of the Con gregation will be held to take step for the purchase and installation r- a pipe organ in the church. Ti ja hoped that as many as "an will doso. Owing to delay in build ing operations the new Presbyterian t-hurch at Magrath will not br" until next Sunday, April 4th. Those who. heard Eev. J. A.i, Hani- ?n's lecture on 'Canadian Patriot- ism" at Westminster Church tatt night in addition to enjoying ;i lie came away with an intelligent idea of what true patriotism is rmd witn the impression that ro O'.-uutry :H more deserving of.patriotism tha.ri our own. The lecture was instructive and inspiring. Jn with the natural resources of the Dominion, the scenic beauty bright future, the speaker iridi frel proud to be a showing the political, social and a I basis of a great future, -vme advice and pronounced views lawn ten- ALL WANT TO TALK Big List of Speakers on the Payne Tariff Bi.M Jashington, D. C.. March order to expedite discussion of the tar- in in the House unanimous consent today.was gn-en that the session here, after shall begin at 10 instead of II The request for unanimous consent was made by Mr. Payne who said that there already were forty or fifty mem- LONDON TIMES MUCH PLEASED indicated desire the Bank of Montreal for the mn-j pose of organidn? a club for me season. There wns a rL i the ACtlOn Colonies Toward Naval Defence am triad j to do something for my fellow men.; NOT WELCOME I have never ha.d any trouble during; depend on the amount at the friends and the amount of the! March supplementary grant which mmanaei In cnief of the to n to establish a iVPlCn-n i Vicinity. S. It is a fact w -11 T, i- for permission to esiaoiisn a the Home will be sell-sup, branch of the Salvation Army in Bus. sia. He is strongly opposed by the Holy Synod. fore repeating the' O'BRIEN, M. P. RESIGNED March 97 manifest- promises to be PV- ml VALUABLE PAPERS WERE DESTROYED Mexico City, March documents wore destroyed by the re- and Jn given. Politically the speakt-r woirc! nover mark a ballot for msn whom he thought would s his na- tion for self interest. Socially a young lady should ail "he Ivirtue of a young man ?he is Joxpected to bring. Morally, the need I of the hour is men. His opinion was Ithat Canada and the other colonies Ishould have a voice in the Imperil! (Councils, During the evening Lethbridge Conservatory rch.jslra i elighted the audience Sr-vini Iselections, cnurts win I" S Citv- 'Hiel cent fire that spread from the As- It- in shaPe to plav'sembly onm of the Chamber of Dep- -i3! thnfmany to the vault nearby. Investi- 'V' Peen tbe law11' Thft sa.ti01? thai the original con- J ciub has been If- stitution of 1811, the act of inde- but is DpnHpnr-p nf irtoi for follox the lawrt. orship but is still niore people to ioin. woi-o elected. C. A. W. President. Rev. .T. D. I rns., K. R. Wilsons r, Rooertson. G. Kenned- .T. RoHnson C T RAYMOND JOTTINGS Raymond. Priraarv arc- March giving Stake a dance todav today from 3 p.m. to 12 p.m. The children's dance will be from three to six p.m. Admission five cents. Those gation show stitution of of 1821. when Iturbide en tered Mexico and the constitutions ol 1824 and 1857 were burned. London, March Times i reference to the empire and its flee says that there can be 'no Briton worthy of the name who has not feit a redoubled pride in his lineage trris week. The mother country cannot i FISHERIES COMMISSION I Ottawa.. March appoint-! iment of Prof. Prince. T. L. MetcaLf I of Winnipeg, aoid Dr. Reid of i as commissioners to inquire into and I report upon the requirements and conditions of the fisheries of Moni. toba. Alberta and Saskatchewan is i gazetted. SOME ELECTION FACTS Eleven Conservative Candidates lost "Spud" Murphy To Play Here "Spud" Murphy, of Macleod, has been sent a contract to play with Lethbridge in the Western Canada Baseball League. Those who know notably the defec nf Xew March Not since the repeal of the Horton law. which stopped the big fistic bouts in this city has such a fast and furious con- test been seen here in the squared arena as that of tonight when Stan- Ketchell, the middleweight cham- medium will be between six to nine) Pion, defeated Jack O'Brien of Phila- p.m.. Admission ten cents and from nine to twelve for all others. Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy and fam- ly returned today after spending the winter m the States. Miss Annie Snyder has been engag- ed by the Toadies Aid Society of Church, to give an en- ertainment next Monday evening, March 29. Mr. Gillies went to Lethbridffe on business. Mr. and Mry. Tudors of Olds. Alta... have moved to Raymond. delphia at tlie National Athletic Club. Many thought that O'Brien would do some stalling- in this fijrht. but everyone who saw the fight was surprised as it was a hot struggle from start to finish. In the final round O'Brien was knocked down three times and his last fall was prar, tically a clean knock-out as the time- ly clang of the gong found the Phila- delphian in a hopeless state. It wan Ketchell'i fight for the greater part of the way and O'Brien had no ex- to make on the outcome. make answer to the splendid demon- their deposits. stration of New Zealand. Canada Hon. C. W. Cross and John A. Mac-! have every confidence in his and Australia, which would do full Dougall. of Edmonton, had the largest I ability to make good in the box and justice to 5ts significance. She hns majorities, being and re-1 there is a few who predict that] cause to welcome it with pride.. j "Spud" -with one season in profes-! but she must also make it clear that Rutherford got out of sional company will rapidly rise STUDENTS HAD _HM-ARJQUS TIME Got son A1Ii' she counts upon the dominions with votes m Stratncona. even greater confidence than before perial defeuce, she must be. and is for co-operation in the task of im- perial defence, she must be. and is prepared to maintain, her supremacv in the quarter at present challenged.. by her own strength alone. That is a national necessity wherein the. whole empire is deeply concerned, but which would still be a necessity to Britain if the empire did not exist. "We are fully determined." the Time goes on to say, "to take this- neces- sity upon ourselves as our own par ticular care, our part, however detract from our appreciation of the Duncan Marshall's majority Olds, is 346. Malcolm McKenzie's majority is 283.' Refuses To Be Crown Prince eminence and be in demand by the in big clubs. Macleod has, throujrh i this young man's pitching abilitv. in j been able to moke itself prominent as j a baseball town for a number of I years and though his home town will be exceedingly sorry to lose him, persed. received the students m de- some dis- Bckrade, March Alex-; J? at the present He has played in the ranks o fessionals before. After jrrad ovtT'thT difficulties "that I from ,the amateur teams of aid of the dominions, or from tho rounded the crown T'rincfi, his brot.h-i to play with the Brantford value of that ard to imperial secur- er George, since the latter's hc went to thc New I thev cannot help but take a strong i an-d favorable interest in "Spud's" i debut into professional ball. I PHILIPPINES DO NOT i Fred Lepper, who played short for! ithe Y. M. C. team of this city lastj ,r PAYNE TARIFF j year, will also be signed up. FrndI Quezon tl Ch 3eAder is conceded to be the fastest ball' A ippine of the maporitv in the Phil" j...i_ oue ,run- That determination on ander, the'second son of Kinff Peter! ,He has i-ever. will in no war is taking an active part in smooth- i professionals before. 3 e'flng that the be to the The best to which the mcnt that he renounced all claim to come naval co-operation be the throne. plied is toward tho strenertheninc of Alexander says. "I shall 'under no the defences ench of its own ouartr-r circumstances a.tcree to take mv bro- of the wort-d. Co-operation in that thor's place. If he cannot he a pood mnnner will prove the truest form of kinsr, neither can r. T will stick t.o co-operation in the ond. and we shall my brother through thick and thin, the elaborn- George must remain crown prince. await with confidence :ion of provisions for that purpose, between oti- government and MRS. BOYLE TRIED TO ESCAPE Pittsburg, Pa., March is re- Mrs- was England Leacruc where he is reputed as having made pood. ...Reg. Clarke will also be Jdven a show with the Lcthbridge profession- al nine. PRIMA DONNA SHOT New York, March ca- ble dispatches from Berlin say Frauher. Freida Barthold, the beau- tiful pnma donna of the Freil Opera Berlin, was shot and instantly yesterday. Th< jealousy. interests of the TELEGRAPHIC BHIEFS ta.x rate is 12 1-2 this year. The C. P. R. have decided to'in- augurate the one cabin system on their Atlantic steamships. t assistant superintend, cnt of the .Ottawa Electric RaiJwav was presented with a purse of gold by his fellow employees on his re- moval to Calgary where he is going into biisiness. The Empress of Ireland sailed from Liverpool yesterday. The Lake Charn- was plain is due .at St. John tomorrow afternoon. ;