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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VOW I. LCTM B R I DOC, ft r r-! i L j. A T U R D A MARCH It; I no CAI1SDOUKS AN IMMORAL WE WALDANE AT War Lk- Un to WillMlm't Oii- SHOT A NEGRO 1 -SsSfe V ANDWHT1T View Beta IT Wfc By T- y WW KMW frrapers Ottawa L. P. Bro- deur informal K. L. Borden in, he House" this .afternoon .that the'report of theycommitteee which the fisheries" of British Columbiarand Georgian are being printed and-will tie t presents! to Par- liament at a later date." House vthen went into supply on the militia estimates in connection with which'the" statement was made by Sir Frederick Borden regarding the for- tlie Tercentenary at Quebec. The. plans are'not Vut the general intention' is tc send half "the authorized strength of eachT battalion and rural to This o-districts' east of Arthur. In that territory it expected1 that it will mean the send- ing'of the larger 'part of the actual strength, of rural regiments to Que- bec. The Kalf of the'city regiments remaining at3home will receive theii annual drill jit the city "headquarters. The'men sent be selected by their own fofficers. .Tlie cost of the whole .out of the vote for annual drill and no part of it out of the John Herron of suggested that representatives, of western regi ments should ba sent to Quebec.' In 'addition western Troops would have the usual at the rtome camps. In this connection Sir Fred- erick gave the impression that the House' going, to rise for a good He -pleaded" that 'there, was ipu 'ca usied gives' 'point -to an iuekkik Uiat' 'during the "stay" 'at Highcliffe. 'Sir'R. ui5niiter> .of 'war r was among L during a dinner, (be- gaii to" allude direct terms to the of- fostering wore cordial re- Utioru "Between, Germany and !iind. He had hardly nnilhed the sentence" wlieh'Haldane 'cut short Wilhelm'fo _witli the re- mark "Sir, 1 regret that I.am ill-fitted for the honor of hearing your majesty's views on (liat It' is' one which t "f is better 'suited, for discussion with colleague the secretary of foreign "affairs. After a slight psiuse the conversa- tion was returned on a.unre nornU course. Drew NEWS FROM ALBERTA'S CAPITAL Seed Beiig RJ.W If D. C., shooting ol Louis Lundy, a negro and a, white man; in a Pennsylvania avenue street, car last night by Congressman Thomas J. Heflin of Alabama, created a statioifjir Washington. negro received a dangerous wound-in "the neck and TMcCreary wan slightly wounded in the leg.' Mr, Heflin afeked his colleague, Clayton to prepare a statement-giving his veision of the affray and ,in accord ance wjth this wish Mr. ClaytonJast right" out the "The facts I are substantialy.as follows: Edmonton, March officials' of the seed giain branch of the Do minion Department or "Agriculture, have started dipping seed "grain to vatious points of Alberta and" Sask- atchewan to farmers who have ordei- ed it from the" government, for' sec-d- ing. Guxin is now being Chipped various points on tlve C.N.R., fc E ami Wetaskiwln branches of tht, C the Macleod branch and along. main "line, ,where farmers are deluding on-it forHheh while.' not ter and added, J There between'now We >are not .g'oingj supply of this year. All of this grain, is from vllcgma, part of t for given- details on. this mat- added. "Jhere is'lots wil, Calgary to'the point grown the evident nteutioo the attack, Mr, from his re- of the car Vhr- iitii at either ol the ground disauading them assault. One struck Thomas McCreary McCreary ac- was abjufc to board the McCreary also ifeurd of the two lie-1 from A WISH TO that Mr Hef- permission' because of threat- ening letters-Jfce.Uad received as the rsult getting a "Jim Crow? in the Dife- Representative but released Rnscs Ap- ply Fir RoBoti if MEET ING AT STIRLING A meeting ID the ol W. G. inimons, Cilkuul candidate for Lhb foiise of Commons, will IKJ held at Stirling on Stirling on Wednesday_ev- April 1. Addresses will batchet- of 'the -Alberta Railway to ueeced A. F, resigned, lie ill enter ujxtn his new work in the course of A Windsor, Bo'yle, M'- from Winnipeg pp I (cat tons' 'shipped in'fron 'tion 'had been -received from 'thtJand itegiiui. Very-few ..a Western Rifle "asking Ihe depart a replied the'j ment, the majority having made ap- it tin latft for (Train nan and Heflin were down Pennsylvania avenue in- tlie direction ..of tlie Capitol; about o'clock. Ellerbee observed before he left the at the corner of Sixth 1 reef1 two negroes drinking whiskey and cursing in the presence of a IT; who ,sat on a seat withjthem. He remonstrated with the two ne- groes about" their them to cease their cursing and swear- ing. After this1 occurred Ellerbse got off the car on the west side of street to go'to-the Metropolitan hotel where he boarded leaving no" one on the cii but Mr. Heflin the lady and the two negroes. one of the negroes use vile language toward Mr Heflin. Heflin in the car which was then crossing Sixth' 'street. It stopped directly in front ol the St. James Hotel a run of about 100 feet. his revolver to defend himself and struck one of his assailants Jon the head One made a-motion as'if to draw'a fro'ii JIJB .pocket" and at -HeflinL UNEMPLOTK) RUSH PREMIER minister, A'but it came too late as the were already completed 'j Oh" a vote, for immigration G. Tay- lor raised the Doukohobpr1' question once more.'- Charges were, made that these people were immoral. He be; lievecl these charges were true and the government, should hold inquiry. Dr. Cash Mackenzie and Geo. Mc- Craney, the Doukohobors and the excesses complained 'of were com- mitted by a few unbalanced individ- uals. f Hon.'Frank Oliver replied that nont of-lie money would be used for the Doukohobors unless possibly in connection with .those liow at' Fort William.' it had been under will ing "to go to Russia and negotiations'were on foot looking the Marc-lOthT- The fmai time re- ciying applications expires on March 31st and then to its .destination as rap- dly ab-jwssible. 'The, price of -wheat 'as already an- nounced is a.s fellow's: 1 Xorih- wheat wicked, per bushel, j No. 2 Xoi thorn wheat sacked, fl.Oo per bushel, 3-Xortherii wheat They struggled, to the, .platform and the-report is, that lie forced o them off the car. When off the ca rch 2S.-Rev. T. B.i D.. rector of -St. 'aul's here hag'-teen appointed rector Chatham) by ,tKir Bishop of Huron. NOT ENOUGH BUSINESS General 'Superintendent A. Piioc 'the' lioard of Trade f after making the enquiry into' the amount of bubincss betw ecu .two citioh of Lethbridgc and he finds that at the pres- ent time it would be entirely out o the' question to put a'through sleep- ing car 'service- between these cities" lie expects to be in the city shortlj and will explain ,the difficulty more fully then. RICHARD; McBRiDE UNIVERSITY SENATE Dr. Calbraith left today for Strati attend the first meeting the Senate of the University of "Al HON. EXCITING NAIMO Victoria, Ji in the situation" oj HAD of vi hich hc is. a member. Th 4_ M. I meeting will be held on Monday who AI rIA-1 v i the orgdiiizatioa of the univcrsit uill Jindcrtakcn and a dccislo reuched as'to''when'classes will IMJ COURT HOUSE SITE v The new court will he loth as the. of Ali- addition- to the eriaii site. This will jfive' a front' 5 foet. ,_ DISASTER IN ATTJNMM h a Hewy ONTARIO NOMINATION Madoc, Ont., March' Hastings Conservatives convention today nominated W. J. Pierce for the Legislature. -j MRBRODEUR NOT TO BLAME Defect the Depart il Marat aid fisheries Qf While the north the mem Ottawa, Marlk L. IJiodeur, minister" of marine and fish cries, characterized as absolutely uu tiuc the report sent out from Otta toxLiyULo various "newspapers that h would icsign his portfolio in. conso quencc of the criticism 'of his depart ment made in 'the report of the civ .service commissioners .Mr. Brodcu has no 'Intention, of resigning and h has the warm" support of all his in the government inf-thc Vancouver, B.C., Jlarch spe- cial from AUin says: A fatal min- ng accident occurMnl at .fipVuec Creek- evening, icsulting in the death of W." Elliott, and A. S.'T. G. Ik) w ley, two known mi net of the district. With a companion nam cd Amdoison they engaged hi liiftmg operations on a bench claim at Spruce Creek, when, with hardly a second of warning they were en- tointMHl by "af heavy Ander- son foitunately made his. arid -r gave the alarm. A large force of res cucrs immediately set to'work in. the of getting the imprisoned rmen, t successive" and sloughs impeded their efforts rendered the task of .rescue evtrenwrfy, danger- ous.- After an work the rescuers got in communication with Elliott al ten o'clocksonv Wednesday.o occuired again, en- closing the two entombed -men in masses of din. A portion of the res cuers c.vnoscd portions of Elliott's body but up to a late hour last night they had not siiLcet-Hled in. getting their victim out. Jherc is no doubt in. the minds of the rescuers that men met otciiried when communication" lost L with Elliott, but work will vigorously pushed until the bogles ployed a turn last evening whin McBride theecity tliat-upinuiis of _ entertain- he i.s making to remedy rec- luntheoiV by the Lieutenant defects 'in :thc thel acbntiust'ratioir of depart ment his piedexcssors fn oificc and from 'the old Conscrva- sign' the -dectirmtkm government A LONG-SLEEP to .relief CITY LEAGUE ORGANIZED records for long sleeps in this e state according to authorities at the their mu "v v, hospital bore. The woman rests on upon the premier- that his l i i given, 4 ML ed and violent an effort to press, to that end. Dr. Roche, whether any Marquette enquired of the immigration agents in the "United States were in- terested in land of the replied 'Mr. Oliver perhaps some of the fcub-agsnts who are paid onh for a part of their time. Any, regular ngent who is known to a land .company will be dismissed.'" T J On a vote of for the pur- a Mr. Oliver in- formed'W-T. Cockshutt, Brantford, that a couple of herds brought from the United States, escaped during the transfer1 to the buffalo resen'e pjrk. The he said ,was originally' in- tended for a herd of elk. He did'not know elk were in the park at the present but a certain individual wW" under bond to "ft place a herd Mr. Cockahntt' wanted to know "buffalo and "elk would do one The minister said Si. 03 per bushel, No. -I Nor- thern ?1.01 per bushel. Although the price oats has not bcpti definitely announced 'it is ex- pected that all together to be sold to 70 cents per and the British oats be- tween 70 "and 80 "cents per bushel. It is probable that the contract for the coustnictioVi of the Grand Trunk Pacific In iilfre across the Pembina of thcv city 'mill l.xsjct .portly "It is understood i that work will commenced on this bridge as soon a.s possible in order ,LOCAL OPTION DEFEATED Shawvillc, Que.-, March option was defeated h'ere by ten votes Only bhaieholders vote.- TWAS WORRY AND DISAPPOINTMENT _ Q -a friends summoned the. entire police a cot in a cataleptic trance. Today ti.ft nt was the fifty second day of the force to protect their chief, the of- c i 1 1 11 man s sleep. -A score of atem HON. p. PRIMROSE, COUSIN Of LORD ROSEBERRY, TELLS CAUSE OF BREAKING DOWN OF BRITISH PREMIER facers clearing the Will with their tons'.and finally the crowd into the street. The exciting scenes occurred at Free Press hall, where, the local con- servatives had to meet their provincial leader. A mass meeting of the "unemployed who had not been engaged on government. relief work the, .district .the been harangued-by J. H. Hawthbrnthwaite, M. P: P-7 -the -so- cialistic leader and'passed a resolu- tion strongly conciomnmfr the ation demanded by the government. They claimed that in case of any of! the men signing, it, after- atempts to awaken her have been without suc- cess. v ADDRESS TO YOUNG PEOPLE EVANGELIST McHARDY'S VICE TO WOMEN YOUNG MEN AD AND A. E. Humphries Chosen as Four 'Clubs to Enter The portrayal of the two kinds of warda'to their English homes, open to >oung by TCv- would be disfranchisetLjas p.mpers j nng-clist McIIaidy Uust night was buch to complete-it by the time the steel the Okaiiocj.in district, .xml is is laid west of Edmonton. Constantino who been pointetl to the command of "G" di- vision of Jthc with hcad- rL Saskatchewan, city for the past two lays making arrangements for remo- val from to the Fort. eft this afternoon on v the return. Constantino is also in "charge the the another jjyury. that they are to be fomml within tfie cstexL in the promotion of a settlnncm for fruit growing purposes said in an interview- last "evening that a Scottish J ibcral cwho had an interest in Jbrty ycj.rs, although hc'had'never indulg- ed any ambitions of a political car- Iron "of 'the party: "but he and nfLcr Gixl." the The latter -Tic shOwed that thu life that'has left however, hut men not accepted Christ is wasted and refused to accept this statement and that the happiest-box, the happiest threatened_ to break down_the inter- young man or joung woman is veiling doors, trouble being immin- thc one. This; is ent when the police {th.u'uill IK- "eld in everlasting re- tivtt regime, llie staff and methods the most severely by the :ommibsion luvi becu. a trouble ind are 'p.irt of a legacy left to the minister. Since hc has as- sumed the portfolio he has been ear- nestly endeavoring to bring about many refonns. The reorganisation of the sjhtcin of -accounting in the department' by specialists of high was the first step in this direction and was under- taken long before the committee made any investigation. The minis- ter has now, under a thorough overhauling of every branch of the depai tment uttrtTwwVjustment of the offices and officials, etc. Licut.-Col. C'ourdcau's mitiistci OH .superannuation and the appointment of a new- deputy will be followed by otJiqr important changes by the to Victoria he the executive to consider the-pofnt raised rgarding disfranchisemenL by the icmbrancc while the of the considcrexl party; it .inevitable. Scottish naturally folt a ccrtamVrtm- ount 01 pride In the? fact of one of ditions prevailed" "some years! ago when the Superintendent was in com- ma -the: Fort. .CAN EXPORT MUCH LUMBER Vancouver B." C., March or- ler to allow the relief of on same enclosure, at Banff. Asked as 'market, which 'h" the c6st of a-fenca around the park, overstocked the British Columbia Mr Oliver said it had today agrewl to allow log- M S McCirthy ami W, D. Staples ?crs lo export cifhty 'asked as to the trMth of the state- proxmmtcly w the United For ment that a Mr. Ayotte had assisted U tins govenment has prohibited the export; oJ logs from lands leased from the govern- ment. Donflass' manager of park, in the purchase" of the buffalo and money'thereby. Mr. Oliver explained that Mr. Ayotte, who is Canadian iirsmigration agent at Great Falls, Mont., h'ad Acted as an information agent It was Urgely through his exertion that the buffalo had been secured to Canada. At the evening session "the rest of Ihe supplementary for the year paused. TAiesday next the supply'biir to tilinf obon will be deualt with and after it has received royal isient the government will sui- WANT BANFF BUFFALO Toronto March order'to ob tain a pair of buffalo from the Banf farm, Toronto has to put up a bond 3f as a guarantee am iiuils returned any time ai 'ter three years if the minister of th demand. te carry the-- istration of ptiWic Affairs tili th estimates hare been Toied. f The Vriinc ilinister's aid. "has seriously impaired, T have no doubt whatever signing of the declaration. "Jfanaimo Conservatives great relief that the physical violence, as i was for is comtition is largely UHJ. result j thought inevitable-that the" hostile" demonstration wwild Uke this turn. he ental to Ihe and PYcm- ership. He was roally the only siblc PrcmfeY in o power. Tie hnd the confidence the x'arious groups in the larger rte- miy other, but -av the samo was fully thit lid not nwasura up to the high in- tellectual -standards that the party had been accustomed to for in the near past when it had Gladstones at its head and Harco'Urt ns first lieutenant. "While popular, Sir Premier, m my opinion cession of legislative defeats, com hir.etl to prodtice the 'physical break is deplored Trenry was without the magnetism that seems a spell" over men in Houne Commons, us well was discoursing to the no SOO-SPOKANE FLYER RUNS" APRIL If Train Will Be a Heavier One than That of Last Year shall rot. The note running through Mr. laidy's address appeals to the high- er judgment as well as to all that icst iti his hearers. forceful re- marks .stimulate, encourage and con- vince everyone. The services arc so conducted as to be enjoyed by all. Asquith, mho is lookexl asr Si Henry's only possible successor in th Premiership at u-e present more nearly approach and may even meet tlve lofty conceptions which the Liberals enter! nm ns to 'the -qualities of the leaders of that historic party. H is admitted on all hands that he night the F.vtiigclist had some very earnest words for mothers re- garding their immense responsibili- ties, and had a direct message for the mothers of Txthbridge. He also emphasized the importance, arid possi bililics of vonvcrsions and back- up his bc-lief in them' by past ex- perience. lie stated that nine-tenths of nil conversions occur between.: the ages of 7 and 15 "and that the future life is virtually determined by what trans pircs between the ages of nnd twenty.six. This Ahc speaker show- ed to natural and logical as in everything youth is the time to learn service of the Soo line and the 11 IKS inaugurated year on live 10th of month, trains leaving both the St. Paul arid the Press and the Y.il.C.% put in their applications and their "fifteen, dollar deposits guarantees that they weic in fbe. game to stay. All the delegates but one were present and a good maii3- others as well. The report' of the constitution committee was adopted with a few minor am- endments. According to it, the clubs may choose theii jilii.veis anywhere within the city. oi-_ -.vithin tcii miles of the city A ton tiay residence rule adopted by the casting vote of the chniumm. The. admission fee to the ground will be len cents and to the grand stsind liftecn cents, the ladies to IHJ free to all games except when the executive may order other- wise probably on holidays. The ex- is composed of .a president, rtho has no connection with, any of the clubs and a secretary-treasurer appointed by the executive, H. McT-dland's report for the nominating committee was adopted in toto as Ilon.-Pies.. Mayor Henderson. G. H. Johnston. Patrons: Hon. Senator DoVebcr, W. C. Simmons, P. A. Magrath, cx-M.L.A. President, A...K. Humphries. A.K. I., T. Ke- the Spokane terminal on the evening! of that day. The high standard set in connection with this year will be maintained this ycarr the trains of finest equip- ment. The schedule of these1 t ra ins wcalls- for; a the Twin Cities to Spokane of "about thirty-two mi.' for H.N.U'.M.P., Supt. J. O. Wil- son, for. Press, Jordan, for W. H. Jft-T-elland, .secretary-trea.s- uier to be appointed. In accepting the presidency A. E. Humphries thanked .the convention for ,the honor and- stated that he had always lew a patron of amateur ,sport more so than of professsional ball. As a tol-cn of recognition of as on the pin {form. Tho futility of the legislation presented by the Gov- WH, local government project, land legislation, and the conflict of the House lyt Lortts, combined with V certain lack o{ enthusiasm within the Liberal has shown a wonderful grasp; of .pub- lic questions, and has proved himsch" a powerful dcbator and a fluent: and graceful speaker lie has enormously -fc tfco House the time ho held Ihe office of CJwm'ocllor. of the and Ther things. will" be service tomorrow morning, afternoon and evening. The afternoon service will Ixs especially for young people. No service will be held this even- ing. stops. Through the niniirilarns as fast time chnnot''bo mftintainoil but sufficient, time will Ixi made, up on the balance of tho journey to compensate for the- time los't on this division. The train will- a heavier one than'