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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald VOL. II. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1900. NO. II. DIRIGIBLES ON THE WRONG BASIS CRAZED BY KINRADE CASE Man Hired a Ftig to Run Down the Murderer Hamilton, OnL, March Mental. ly unbalance its the result of reading. thii reports of the Kirirado murder mystery in Detroit papers, John Tay- !rir. of Sandusky. Midi.. is dfibfinwl there, and may have to be committed to an asylum. Taylor was spending ninety days in jail for chicken steal- ing, and was used by 'the sheriff as a "trusty." He showed an intense interest in the 'Hamilton murder mys- tery, and the other day got a team from a livery man, saying he wanted it for the sheriff. Taylor started for Jennings and 'phoned from there to Peck that he was on the trail of the Kinrade murderer. He aisked the police to have handcuffs and armed men ready to assist him. Before he got to Peck the sheriff ran him down. Taylor is being held lor sixty days to see" if he will recover his reason. ARAB PIRATES CAUSE TROUBLE Dr. Bell Doubts Their .Value For Warfare Use Ottawa, March Alexan- der Graham Beli, gave an address be- fore the Canadian Club on Saturday. Constantinople, March by Arabs on steamers plying on the Ingris have bsen so persistent that the British line has been compelled to suspend service. A- government steamer was riddled with bullets yes- terday, several of the. passengers be- ing killed or wounded. The steamer carried a machine gun and had troops on board but the Arab fire was so severe that "the gun was put out of .action. CRAZY SNAKE ON THE WAR PATH COAL AND STEEL j UNABLE TO SETTLE Montreal, March end of! the settlement of the steel-coal n'ght is apparently as far off as t )n j Friday the steel company submitted to the coal company the .statement of its claim adding _that it wag .made j without 'i.he next day 1 coal company replied that the state- ,ment as submitted "was not sa'isfac- [tory. to it. Neither company seems inclined- to yield. He reiterated the iact first, yi" tJl '.that the telephone was invonL'jJ in "Canada. While he then resided in Salem, Mass., and worked In -Button, ha spent a great 'deal of his t-inie at Ills father's house in Brantfonl, i-.nd there completed the invention. The- first voice over the wire were th'e peo pie four miles apart in C-anada, but at only one end. The first i-oir or- sation on reciprocally -between was in the United States., However, speak- ing of airships and aerial navigation Br. said dirigible balloons havej features that should make us pause. It is a thought, it. seems to me. of the British nation supreme upon the waters to consider that .a balloon such as that of Zeppelin could float over .London, and all the British ileet, could not prevent it. Of course don't know what Great BrTtain Regular Old Wild and Woolly West Time In the South MURDERESS WILL TRY TO CLEAR HUSBAND Auburn, N. Mary Fanner, who is to die in the electric chair iri the, state prison i here at sunrise tomorrow for the raur- i der of Mrs. Sarah Brennan at I.ii .-wj.- !ville, has made a statement it was learned late tonight, which she if- ilieves will exonerate her 'husband who is also under the sentence of Henrietta, Okla., March death for the same crime. 'Mrs.' Farm- Siiake und a hundred followers er prepared the statement todiy in treated beforo the five ccmpanics of the presence of a notary and ?pir- Oklahoma, militia tonight, thus dft- itual advisor, an expected battle. Has- tily setting flre to his teepee and ICE FELL FROM ROOF tents the. Indian leader with his mix- ANTHRACITE CASE Refuse To Recognize U.M..W.Of A.-Their Demands ed, company of Creek Indians and groes, fled from troops advanced. AND KILLED LITTLE BOY the camp as Montreal, March They took up. a afternoon a block; of ice weighing STEAMER WAS BADLY DISABLED chines as that means more to Great Britain than to any other power, be- cause when these machines are used for; purposes oi war, Sea power be- comes secondary to air power. The nation that controls the air will be the foremost nation of the world. So the success of the dirigible balloons, even though to my belief they are on a wrong- basis, being lighter than air is of the greatest importance toman- kind. He spoke of the Baddeck experi- ments, and the men who assisted him, Douglas McCJurdy, son of Hon. David Me Curdy and F. -W. Baldwin, grandson, of Hon. Itobert Baldwin, two fearless young men, who were foremost of the party that made the Silver Dart.. ;_ Mr. Bell then asked the Dominion government to assist in the work they were doing. They .were Cana- dians and patriotically wanted to [keep iri Canada and to work for their country's, "I do want Canada to have the I benefit of these- Canadian -boys" he said.. When the Crown Association dissolved at the. end of the. month I he wanted them to1 work for Canada the Dominion I :have the benefit of the worl I too, "as-a service to the British Ein as- the telephone was. Hon. W. S.. Fielding said he was jlad to know the two young scien tists were going to make their mark the world. He said further tha? 3ui- war though some say it is-very costly.'had no-t yet in- yet in the luxury of the aar Thousand Passengers on Board Did Not Know of Accident Newport. R. I., March With the greater part of her" thousand pas- sensrers unaware that an accident had happened to the steamer, the Provi- dence of the Fall .River Line, was towed into port early this strong position between the North hundred poudns was dislodged from Canadian River and Deep Fork Creek the roof of the Edinburgh Cafe an about seven miles east of Henrietta. fel1 to the street >low.striking Kar Colonel KofTmun, in command of tho ths four year of C State it would be un- Efnef-- the theatre fc.u re i 7 U wthom recav- wise to push the pursuit and the Indians in the darkness, ingly he camped for the night. Ear- ly in the morning reinforcements of a company of cowboys will be on huntf. .and he will lead this force ag- ainst the Indians. Crazy Snake and his braves will have a chance to sur- render. If they refuse the battle will be on, unless the redskins ajcain tivat. Col. HiLInian sent out- aum- where during tho night the steamer eroas .scouts to the-movements had become disabled .through the .breaking of her port paddlewheel.'-Of I the passenger list 'the Providence car- rie-'l six iiundred school children bound for'Washington fron various sections of New England. UUJL1 U A.I-HJ W WXIU'V A.WU..IU. j 4 r. doing, but the success of such ma- from-the. vicinity-oi Judith. v -i __-... i-Virt fft- net FINISHED SEEDING Old Chief Creeks to an. LAURIER STATES POLICY TODAY Cabinet Has Considered Im- perial Naval Defence Question ".1 do: not of course. know what may --'-We have made pious resolutions against expen- iiture, .but I .fear that Sir Frederick "have dangerous inten- -on the finance 'department. is found possible for -the aent of Canada to- do; something- to elp on this movement to lecognize work of these two de- young Canadians and keep eir -naihes and -service .for "the -no one will be more pleased lAILROAD RECORD WAS BHOKEn New York to Chicago in Sixteen Top Late Chicago, March Vander- >the National City of Nevf York, broke all5 Amen. Railroads today in. a run from ew York Central Station, New York Englewood Station, -Chicago, in 15 and 58 minutes to reach the of -his -dying mother before, passed away. "-When he. leaped pm-the train, he was met with the louncement that his mother, Mrs. Carles. Vanderlip, lutes before. twenty JT DISTRESSING s SHOOTING ACCIDENT Fooling With Rifle Cause Death Of .One of Their'Number laUfax, N. S., March shoot accident occurred' this, morn ins: in .-Joggins mines, bv Ottawa, On March cab- inet sat in council nearly all -day yes- terday; the principal subject under being Canada's attitude1 with.-respect-to Impsrial naval de- A statement, .of the .govern- ment policy in the matter will made by Sir Wilfrid Laurier in the Commons tomorrow in moving ares'o- lution in amendment--to the TTon. E. Foster's somewhat vague .resolu- tion on the order paper standine that-the time has come when Canada -her proper. share of thi-; burden of providing for the de- of the Indians and to-give the ai irthe Indians attempted to escape to _a. .stronger .position. striving to start the uprising'and strike their conserv-as it is evident from the smoke of "three signal fires on adjacent hills iust be- fore sundown. The fronti-jrsmen' who insist that they know v.'hat'-. siTcli things mean, declare this is a signal which always occurs in In- cinn troubles. Supplies and additional ammuni- tion1 for the troops in the field have been ordered. From this -it is miorr- ed. that it is expected to be a lone: chase. DESERTED Muskogee, 'Okla., March to noon today there "has been no encouu ter between .the State militia and Crazy Snake, and his band of Crt-ek' Indians, according to the best infor-, mation avail-able and the troops still pursuing; the ban-d. It -Is ported. that Crazy Snake, fearing ar-! has made his escape, his followers, and is now A. L. Foster, 'who is one of the largest farmers in this dis- trict, completed his Spring seeding- on Saturday. He put in several hundred acres, hav- ing fourteen' nuiidred acres of winter and spring BUILDING VERY ACTIVE Residences Of All Kinds Are Going Up In Ail Parts to Washington, to intercede wiia the u buildingJPermits have great father. i Kansas Citv. ;Mo-, March. been taken out -during the few New York, March Anthra- coal operators, who have refused to recognize the United Mine Workers of A-merica, as an organization official- y representative of the mining em- >loyees, today issued a statement setting forth, their attitude on the point at issue today. The statement goes on to say the strike commission of 1902. said dis-.: tinctly tliat the constitution of the United Mine Workers was not such as to encourage the operators to contracts with it and certain changes that might make satisfactory- trade agreements possible. were recommend- ed to the mine workers. During- the six years elapsed since commis- sion did its work, the mine workers have taken no -steps to carry this out. It then goes on to demand an exclusive anthracite mine workers jro- JOSEPH MARTIN IS TALKING RECIPROCITY Canadian is Benefit Canada and Htlp Britain London, March Martin formerly of Vancouver, witea to Chronicle that sentiment in Canada is in favor of reciprocity with the United States is very strong and no party could afford to oppose the sen- timent if Congress changed its at- titude on the question. He declares negotiations for reciprocity treaty be- tweea the United States and Canada would result in cementing still more strongly if that were possible the bonds between Canada and Great Britain because close trade relations with the United States unhampered by a hostile tariff would bring great prosperity to Canada. FAMOUS SEA IMPORTANT BYE-ELECTION NAVY THE QUESTION London, March very great degree of interest is being manifest- ;d in the bye-election for a member )i Parliament .that is being held at Croydon today -because the question 'f a greater navy will be passed upon >y the voters. Pioneer Miner and Steamboat Man Of B.C. Victoria, B. C., March Moore, founder of Skagway and a pioneer steamboat man of British Columbia, is -dead at the age of Sf> years. He was born in Prussia and arrived at Queen Charlotte Islands in 1852, in the brig Tepic, ari old-time smuggler.- He settled in British Col- umbia and built the steamer Hen- 5ONFESSED CRIME AND j riette in 1859. Two years later, THEN SUICIDED j'witk his steamer "Flying'Dutchman' New York, March Vugo, young negro, who after his arrest [in Chicago, confessed that he had murdered Isadore DeVallano night clerk in the Eastern .Hotel, here for purposes of robbery, strangled him- self in.-Tombs prison today. When discovered life was and-he died within, fifteen minutes.. governed by anthracite mine workers, free from the control or -dictation .of bituminous mine work j crs. These and other objections arc :t recorded. REGINA MAN WAS ARRESTED IN CALGARY Sa-sk., March 28. Duncan MINERS WILL WORK Unless One Side or Other Deo-ano'- Agreement Scranton, Pa., March dent .Lewis, of the Mine Workers said the miners will continue work indtt- tnitely, that is to say unless the op- erators demand that a new agree ment be signed to take the place of the one that expires April 1st. or the miners demand that" the operat- ors signsan' agreement embodying the stipulations presented, to -the operat- ors at recent meeting had with them n Philadelphia and if an open breach accurs upon either dispute, the pres- ent conditions will. continue until a day that ncne can set. APANESE WAR VESSELS.TO VfSIT Canadian Ports During P '.ic-l built here, he made the first.trip TIP Stickeene river, going up with a L25 miners stampeding to .the Cassiai- bold field; He built a fleet of steamers which ranson var- ious British Columbia routes, includ- several well known boats. Aban- doning steam boating for mining', he went to the Yukon: and took up land at Skagway, where he built a house and. pre-empted a township wluch he tost by -He also built Moore's wharf at Skagway.. During S he had DTSJIV jiii v the WindmiU and Pump Co..here and f exploits who.'pft.the.city two or three months "y lales to thc ago, was arrested in Calgary on Sat- urday and will appear in .court on Tuesday. The charge is one of theft by the misappropriation of funds; VThe amount involved is between and tales to the newspapers -over a; period of half a century TRAIN WRECKED WAR BRANDON n, Ottawa, March infor- ation: has been recorded here by Mr. Three Trainmen Passengers Hurt-- take In Orders fence of .her coasts .and maritime ports. JThe Premier-s resolution will be the line of a statement of policy on. the Imperial defence Ques- tion laid down by. the Canadian min- isters when the. subject, was under consideration at the colonial confer- ence of 1902 and -1907. talk with Henrietta, Okljx... the ue.ir-" J. A- Packei1, Arthur Street, dwell- est telephone point to the scene of ing-, value, the scene of the Indian .uprising. C. McClenaghan, 'Bartlett Street, brought-at one o'clock this "after- dwelling, npon the information that up to that' Knowlder, St.. James hour.'no news had been received of ;i .dwelling-, value. fresh encounter between the state wi- Wm. Xeil, Westminster Hoad." sta- litia and the bandy Snake. Calgary Preacher At Knox Church AMONG TRE NJEW SETTLERS Many Men Coming Welt Equipped for Extensive Operations .Gilbert Welsh, banker, :.of Ohio, has purchased 1.230 th ree Daytoij. ".He is bringing in a steam plow" outfit and will erect; buildings to '.tile value of He-will, reside. here: during the. summer season.. :R. -W. Eisinger -from Eaton, 'Ohio, son of., A. Risinger; a prominent 'at- torney, has purchased 640 acres, one mile west of :New Daytoa irisl has erected buildings to.the value cf He will have about 500 acres rn-: crop ..this year. Anson; Kessler, who is member ui .he firm of Kessler Bross., bair.-il manufactiu-ers of -payton, Ohio, has purchased acres" Dsy- busy buying milding material, etc., and has d. crew of :teh men .busy-.commencing ac- "ual developments..of his land: Bnyeart of Troy, Ohio, who s a- the-Ohio State has ,-just "arrived'-..with- .two carloads .effects including a "plow outfit and" is biis'y work.. on. his' new .880 acre just west of New Dayton.... Mr. Jones, of Ohio, 1 Hev. J. A. Clark, of Knox Prasbv- lander Crazv ble, value J. W. Tui-pin, Baroness Boad, house, value A. Bariisley, Crabb Street, j value v. j H. E.' .Robinson, Street', dwelling, value I and Evans, Coutts .srrcp.t dwelling, value John-Pimm, North Ward, .hv-'.iintv ?900. E. B. Freeman, "William Street.! Brandon, March At 2 o' cluck vesterday afternoon a local pass-n- scheduled to run between Jbraa- acting consul general that don lind 'collided with tnunmg squadron consisting of two. frei hfc tram two west of erasers, the Aso oi tons and km- the If._... Admir-hlodirson, and the fireman, al-S, -Ijcni, with a number of naval Pearcelev of the Brandon cadets on' board will early in May be j traia Brajceman ,W. m. Canadian waters on-an annual -Brandon freight. There are tW) cruise of the Pacific and. will, touch! Esquimault May 12 and Vancouver May 15. SLEEPING SICKNESS Sensation Causad by Victim in Heart Paris, sensation has been caused by the report of a case of sleeping sickness in, the heart of Paris. The victim, is -a-missionary of the order of the Holy Ghost, who dropped unconscious in burg Garden and; was conveyed to. the Pasteur Institute. The physicians there state that. the condition of the man _is very serious.. He .contracted the disease on the upper .Umanghi a river of equatorial Africa; Shrubb Easily Woir Relay ui. j Vl.HJ-t J. IXHJ j terian Church, Calgary, .preached at. Montreal. Mar. Shrubh. tracks running west from Bnvadori and the passenger train h.ni ore era to take the south Irack as train had right of .vay rrrth The conductor on tiie passenger v.'ei-e old and -while -both -held copi'S -c- tn- cr- to run on the s ,'iruci.'.. in some unaccountable juanne.' ihoy idently overlooked :in-i half :i. mile, after .leaving the statj.m Mliew the switches: and -.in .on-. :.hj-.o..' th PREMIER ROBLIN GIVES HIS OPINION Winnipeg, Man., March R. P. Roblin, :speaking of the nevy movement in .Canada today "I think it -is -the best suggestipn that has. ever been inade by the pVf-ple of Canada not excepting, tl.e 'd'-rc'ci .assistance given ;pf: South African war.-'. tation of. appreciation that cannot help but- find a response in the Hearts and minds .British .people and will bind us together ia hcnds; time 'and the nations 'of the; -artiv; will- not :be.: able to. wear .arbri'Hv: asunder N i CAURAGUAN; VESSEL track- A; mile and n i thev services ia Knox Church here' N'Jl- Harding, 3STorth yesterday and was listened to bv value audiences that lilled .the large .'.new cliurch to overflowing-. His ,sermons were strong, practical In the morning his subject was-The Mis- _ D. Downer, Redpy.ch value t Wheelen, Ghar-.es S1 the English ruuner, made a show of met the freight train, three -local runners who attempted to B.. Lr. Steel, Arthur Sl.rci.-t. ing, value S750. A. Qtt, Crabb residence, value lich .Jaraos Holmes, aged 15 years, j arrived with a carload of settlers' .ip -out Orleans, March special despatch from gives details of the loss, qf'-the'sloon. Kearsage, and twentyrone of on the nigirt of March.. 13 between Monkey -Point and; Grev- town, iSTicitragua, The captain, two: sailors, and five passengers 'reached shore in a small boat. The was a boat''of.about 25 tons.-, .It went-to .Bluefields :from Standers :TsT land and took on twentyifive gers at Bluefields, bound for Belter, Colon, and Jamaica. RAYMOND JOTTINGS Raymond, March Mr. John Christian, aged passed ja'way yesterday- afternoon ajt 3 p.m. _ t George Rodney Wright; of who is widely known as Judsre Wright died here on Saturday. He'has been unwell for some time. Judge Wrieht rnRRFTT AWn is one of the well known characters, AND JOHNSON "f Limes, accompanied by a boy nam- 1 aged 14, departed for :ttoe s with a small a shoot- expedition, the Logue boy carrv- the rifle, which at this time, was loaded. He was aiming at var- U objects along the way. The bovs liis.-160 acre .farm west of New Day- ton.' Gus: Kaupp of .Qrestlinej .OliJo. has arrived with two carloads of effects to commence oil his 160 acre fafni three rniies east oi New- Dayton, Mr.' Kaupp is the .'.0- no ammunition. Later the pair jance. guaxd.of a _ of i- od two other toys farmers from Crestline who have pur- .iTid-Burk. The Burk boy.! chased in this _ vicinity, .and.New WHI r.r-7'.'ton is to be congratulated oh 12; look-the.tille and .placed a i class of settlers to come frge neglected to are with means who >anion8- Shortly after ahead a71a build good homes land ed the back to the Lpeue ovfe and develop the -and w-th was under the impresstonj energy; the gun LSe :Ummell from Trenton; Ohio. has commenced buildings on his 320 acre, farm just two miles west of "New Dayton and will be another perman- ent settler of the right stamp. H. F. DuffieUl of Summerville, Ohio, who owns a fruit farm in Flor- ida arid several good farms in Ohio and two in Dakota has just purchased 320 acres a mile and a half south of New Dayton'and has engaged-John Forsliir to .break the entire at. a tree and pulling just as Holmes who. was a few as .ahead of him, stepped in front the'rifle.-; The rifle was discharged the bullet entered his head at nose, coming put at the back, in- killing him. IURDER IN HIGH PLACES Col., irarch Col- father of Mrs. Jessie McDonaUi. .of fbmoer governor Sin M' states that Sunny Southern Alberta in a farm. y shot and killed Mrs. Sarah ng wav than he has been able who was Mrs. McDonald s nm- find anywhere else. to kal aunt and theti killed himsell. Ihm came here recently from Petin nfa, and is believed to have inane. of this district having come, here some years ago from the Southern' ARE IN A HURRY Cliicajro; March Unless James States. When a younger man Mr. J. Jeffries gives Jack Johnson (i def_ Wright an active part in pub- inite answer within ten days "as to he-affairs in his state and was elect- whether he will fight the negro ed judge of his district, the title re. ion, Johnson will give Corbett a maining with him to the day_of his chance for a bout, according to an death. His stories of the early days announcement made today; a were always eagerly sought by his conference between Johnson and Cu> numerous friends. Lost-summer, the .bett-just before the champion-..left- judge was the-hero of the most sen- for New York. sational episode in connection with the securing of homesteads at the lo- cal, land office. While in Alberta, Mr. Wright made his home with his son- in-law, Mr. Talbot. He was sixty-1 _________ eight years of age-. The funeral this1, afternoon was conducted .by the Baccilus Cultivated by Doc- North Star Lodge No. 18 A. F; and A. j tor in Manilla M., more than twenty-five 'Masons Manilla, March 23.-Dr. Moses being in attendance. Clegg> bacteriologist of tho bureau of science, of Manilla, has in TO TREAT LEPROSY APPOINTED FELLOW Toronto fourth year who ran the first five. The third -.T -ri T. i- -u i with consuniption. was run !oy McDonald, who was ah-i, but as easy as Carmichael, Schrubh' r gaining three laps in the last Jew- OUI minutes -of. the race and finishetl parehtly as when The thne..was given as :I5 2-5 This was for fifteen miles with Schrubb loafing a good part of tho way. The track measurement -was away off and. this accounted for. the time given out. has been ill was feared, until lately; The, funeral will be. held to- i i.Anotfcer iramigrant has arrived in Raymond. Dr. Rivers is the proud -father of another boy. The Raymond High School Liter- Local Miners Favor Agreement On Saturday night the members of the local miners' union voted on -the agreement submitted to them bv the committee which met the operators at Macleod last week. By a vote of 74- to i58 the mc-mbers present approv ed of the atrreement The miners' committee report the results of thft vote at the -different pohits to thn operators tomorrow. If the vote is favorable to the agreement, it will be up by the members of the Coal Association. The Herald has not been able to secure the results of the' vote points in the district. at other WHOLE FAMILY TO QUIT King Peter of Servia Will Leave Throne to Live in Switzerland London, March de- spatches received from iiome and Vienna give rumors that Po.ter, King >POINTED FELLOW cultiva ins thp Yienna give rumors that I'o.ter, King March 28.-Reynold Young STSSdTSS Lf Sfvia, and thc.moxnber, of ar student m Toronto Lm- tho all -f t; i nis family are preparing If-ave I___ _____- i.j IMtCtltUJi ailU CalFRU All -I T i uin; Iisf5 institutioMS and more conservative management in business operations. tious in expressing an opinion as to the quick revival of business, John D. Rockefeller has no doubt of the future. The setback of the panic of ;Steyenson and Miss Pearl Lee. The negative won by three points. Current events were, given by Mr. Parley Van Wagoner, a reading bv Miss Mary Boyson, and a recitation by Miss Nellie Alakavash, Mr. Walter Pctifer, who has work- ed in the station here for the past, year has" accepted a position in the stajtion in Stirling. He will leave Monday for that place. The football club and the Athletic formed one cluh. football game this Association has There will a afternoon. A large crowd attended the -dance given by the Stake Primary yester- day afternoon and evening. Manv children wure out in the afternoon. The O'Brien Orchestra was 'in aitend- BAD BOYS SENT DOW.N Brockville, Ont., March LaKocque, Gilbert Russell and James Murray, three boys .found: guilty robbing mail boxes at. local post of- fices have been sentenced "to terms of not less" than three years and hot more "than five years. They will go to the industrial school at Toronto. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. J. M. Courtney, treasurer of the Battlefields Fund, has received from the "Women's Canadian Club of Winnipeg. ,..Nillo lianda, Fin lander, aged 39, was killed at Fort William on the C. P. R. tracks near the elevator. ance and good music was furnished, An inquest will be held into the Raymond.is to have the S20.00''' (k-ath of Maggie Fluary, a' halfbrend school house. This was decided Mon. day- at the election. Mr. .Deiil was elected to take Mr. Jacob's place as trustee on the school board. Wo nre having very changeable wea- ther. It is a beautiful spring dav today. ...A. meeting was held Thursday even- imr and the stockholders of the Rav- mond Opera House decided to in- crease tho capital stock of the com- pany from fifteen thousand dollars to twenty thousand dollars. Mr. Gillies returned today from whore he has -been sever- al days on business. Raymond will soon have plete now telephone line. Men have been putting up "the' this week. girl who died mysteriously twp -.months ago at Lisgar, Man. The resumption of the strike ot postal and telegraph employees in France has been averted by a ence between the minister- of public works and the strikers' committee. Mrs. Mary Farmer was electrotutflrt in the prison at at 6.15 today Sarah Brannim, on April 23rd, 1.908. V More than hafc been pledged to the work of at the Alaska Yukon Pacific Fair, al- though the committee has working only two days. George Ratley, of Alviston, Ont.r fell on a circular saw ami had his arm cut oft ;