Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
V fti r "V rt v v 'tVbftrt-f -u i- TO QO TO YUKON frffiyv f raiiy uiuvewiy Dr H, of who, fcince j his ap- h ..v.uiUtl i the majorityjof high schools in" the province, and in thuB.jn a position to estimate very the. nuinberwho will be MAGISTRATE'S DECISION IS UPHELD Was Spinet Vancouver, 11 "March Bo- mantic indeed -it> story of 1 4he death xoffy in. tele- wKoge 'body Jpiind at" weeks "ago. T, superintendent .Tof Yukon telegraph service, gave 'out the toda'y- after' having read 'by D! Dale, who thnt Heinz had suffered a H! ight attack t paralysis, and being unable to had 'slowly, been tor- twred to death bV hunger and starva- f and university courses. C.B.'f HEALTH j f. tendon, March' 29 of-v Sir Campbell-Baimerman, British little change today from yesterday, accord- Hg to the attending physicians. He hod a fair night and" a quiet dfay JO. BUILD A TUMMEL r Montreal] March construc- ioii of, a tunnel between the of Montreal .and south of the Lawrence is d possibility of the future i' Mouths when 1 infatuated with f f -r world .Flora and eased] love fif- ty yeiTrslold. He" sent' hereto-Winni peg but Recently'she uent to where she is now- said to be in cmivent Before leaving Vancouvei, Heinz declared that he'would end Iris life gir on him He purchased a quantity of morphine' thi with him to the 'lonely ilds north. circumstances poin _ to the that he comrmttet suicide %He made a will'a Jew day before his deatli and even added note the day before life giving' instructions that his money be 'tiie'girl he Dished to be- should ba forwarded in of having moved from the. lasl address Kc had." He" left the "girl .and property.m the QUEBEC WILL EUCTNEXT MAY TELEGRAPHIC NOTES and imported lumber has jeen reduced in price by t Edmonton umber dealers, a thousand on spruce _aiur on mported stuff- Agreements between tractors and men renewed a strike" t "Lieutenant Governor Dunsmuir, of British mas' to- day on to Europe aixl called upon Sir Wilfrid 'Laurier." Judire Winter hag handed down his decision m the Heppler in it "'affirms the conviction by Magis- A._ M. peppier for soliciting "life, t insurance without having first secured license The judge holds that the .Corporation Taxation "Act of Nov. 15, 1907, does not repealldirectlyor by implication any part of sections of theXethbridge charter, the not'being es- pecially mentioned in the act. That one municipality lias a "more favor- able clause in its charter than another ground holding that'such a clause is deemed repealed by implication aV contended by the counsel lor the defendant' The defends lit, who is' tell ly? mak- ing ra test-case-for the Life'Under writers' association, will appeal the case. Interior Who Wu Liberal ination fir Winnipeg on Nom- ANOTHttSOtAP ___ HIM LIFE fVcwr CMI AMces Uk- enb Get Rea Run in Princt Edward w Charlottelown, -P.EJ., Marcli ,he resolution calling for legislation to prohibit lhc> running of automoblcs in this jn-ovinec was unanimously parsed inHhe legislature. Members on boih sides spoke on Ib-p question, the inanity favoring absolute pro- hibition, others suggesting prohibi- tion, for n limited period. The premier and the opposition leader spoke in favor of the measure. ELECTIONS IN ONTARIO SOON kb Alfred G. His Wife Montreal, March Quebec elections are'expected to be held at an early date, Premier Gouin has intimated to leading Liberals that it will be well to prepare, for the struggle and the electloiib are ex- pected to some time dur- ing the month of The Conser- vatives are organizing to make an for every seat .in the Legislature. Sifton to Run Woqieg Ifcrab Wart To Goriest That Gty Far Ae y s T I Bottsc Naniation For R.L Ridordson East..." RCT.J.W. SINCLAIR Ihck Edemed Baptist ister at On'Saturday aflcniooii, the peopl of Diamond and Scwfands cr overshadowed by _a cloud of gric to the, death-of Hcv. James u'ho crossed the ba nto consideration Winnipeg, numerous lelegation of1 the two Winnipeg Lib- ral 'Association's "headed by T. H "ohnson, prtaident of' the senior as- ociation 'anil F. C lent of junior Saluf- ami to-take C 'proposition permit Liberal "convention in Winnipeg as candidate- at the forth- coming Federal elections. _Mr. son, who bpokesman, said the feeling in the Liberal associations was unanimously in favor of his can- didacy, which would mean his elec- tion majority. Fur- ther representation, bimihir in charac- ter, were made by F. C. Hamilton, W. 'Cockbarn, J G-Dag and others r.1 Siiton proposition was new" one to him, but he to, take the -matter under Mr 29 Ifred G. Vandorbilt admit seen at the Knickerbocker Club to- day that he' _ anS4 his ife Elsie French had separated. her longings Oakland Farm at New- port, has gone to "the of her rTuck Fienth, president of the Co in Tux- edo Paik. "i don't uilW about the "Will deny the ry that u st-'paralitm 1ms Iwc-u ngrcwl r 'T will ill Yanderbilt flatly SHORTAGE AT MOOSOMIN MooFomin, March 23.--A special of the books of town clerk nd ireasuroi, John Smitheis, was icffiited to last night, and hhows a sliortage of Instructions-were given to notify the Guarantee and Fidelity company to ask them to m-ake good. HON. F. X. MATHIEU DEAD Montreal, March F. X. Mathieu, legislative councillor, died at his home at St. Scholblque today of cancer, aged sixty-nine years. Caifctes Pbeedb the FieU A! Orer fiT." Province Peel Conservatives have nominated S. Chaiteis, editor Conservator, Brampton, as candidate for next pro- vincial 'election. Dufferin prohibitionists have chosen R. J. Woods, a farmer, a candidate for the legislative next election. J. T. Repan, Ancaster, was nomin- ited by South Westworth Conserva- ives for the Legislature. ONE YEAR IN CENTRAL Straliord, Ont., March Fred Bryant, the Englishman found guilty )f attempting to set fire to the, Sal- vation jArmrf Barracks week has been sentenced to one yQar in the B. C. TIMBER LANDS Vancouver, B. C., March D. McAithur, contractor oi Winnipeg, liaii bonded'fifty square" miles of tim- ber lands in Kilaman Valley, for a quarter of a million dollars. Central Prison. seven children. He has a wife and In a row on a Montreal street car a bartender named L'iflamme jabbed the pont of an umbrella- into Fred Kaiser's eye and it penetrated thiough to brain causing the man's dmth. Seventy Are Killed By Ai ExplMM h a Cnl Mine At Ham, Fwty MM Who Wnt lute the MM As a Rescie Party Were "Have jou fsci cil with in a it was "1 would n't mind it isn't true'1 Brandon f Winnipeg. -March 30 L. Rich- ardionT managing editor of the Winni- peg Tribune was nominated as Independent Conservatn e candidate in -East Assiniboia -on Saturday, to oppose J. G Tumff, the present Lib- eral member for the "Dominion House hy his wife, left "If I knew J wouldn't Any hes- itancy in giving Mic he said. "ifrs Vnndcrbilt is froe to Ho as she KILLED AT MOOSE JAW YOUNG WIFE SUICIDED ihe wife of Hou'stlen, 5ay North illto rTughson St committed suicide by baking carbolic years of ago acid She was 27 nt 1 today Jtr. Sinclair Deemed to all nght, and h.uf usual hour. Hoircvcr, after Mxnxrding house, he" had a hemorrhage of the lungs and.since then he gradually cnmc weaker until'" the went out" AH me- dical attention. and.faithful. could do, done Jor from YOry hope of XM'r. "born in Gl "Mose Slisk March 30 Thomas! Out, March the Scolt, 25 years of age instantly 'result, it is said, of a family dispute killed last night by engine while driving across the'track below this city. came from Petrolea, Oni COLEMAN MAN GETS PUNISHED "Mr Vanderbilt has ed any question ol separation with inc." said Chandler- P. Anderson counsel fat- Vandeilnlt, "It is ul news to me and 1 do not believe.it truel" Amos Tuck 1'icucli said he did no taie to nuikt niu statement concern ing the rcpoilcd disagreemcntr1-be twecti his sister and _____ thirty-eight years, ago af r- e was north, o Ireland 'and 'jn oi England Having his lii'H to the scrv 5w criteretl Karley .Colleg iondon, England, ancC after complet j his course'there he proceedctl t Africa under "the auspices o the -Congo" Them.h labored for' over whet -v health considerations ntade it ncces sary for his retuni fromv spent some j time with his the old land.' and then came otftTtOu Canada and commenced "a course of study in Mc- "1 see no ic.ison why, I should" he ,li Vatulerbilt's affairs, sister spoud That is all Wffl Sem Tern Fw Tkeft Buses ;t' to poleman, Baker and Stitt, of the Grand Union hote returned from Macleod this morning on'the express. They were" the chie in the case of Crown ys latter" being 'tried on a cliiirge of theft jewellery frorr partiea in the hotel arid of being j frequenter of one of the houses o ill-fame. The evidence showed Wheel have been living regularly with one oi tha inmates of the house for c- ir.oRths past, thai he ripd done UNPARDONABLE SIN r. POWERFUL-DISCOURSE BY EVAN- GELIST McHARDY, ATJWESLEY CHURCH. Cheycne, Wyo., Marclr Between and JQ, il'developed today lost thor ves-in the late, last night n a coal mine- of the Union Pacific l -company- at Hanria. GILLETTE ELECTROCUTED Auburn, N. March d and wthout showing the faintest sign of emotion of any kind, 'Chester Gillette was put to death, in the elec- tric chair at Auburn this morning. Chester Gillette nmuiered his sweet- leart, Grace Brown, in Big Moose lake in the summer of K. OF P. AT COLEMAN (Special to the Herald.) _, Golemjn, March so- ciety is to be established in Coleman. At present we have the Eagles, the Masons, the Owlb, the and the Mine Workers Union. This lodge to be in April by Mr. 0. P. Lambourne, local organiz- er from 1'incher Cieek is to-be bianch the Knights- of Pythias.- About twenty odd nuMnbers arid about fiftec-ii new ones h'.iving signi- liod tliuir intention of becoming char-'" tt-r membeis. Mr. D. J. Hill of the Hardware, store is mover e explosions caused oy fire. The firbt ex occurred it -3 o'clock in the afternoon killing 3 miners including a superintendent- ind throe bosses. The. second explo- sion occurred "at 10.30' o'clock last light snuff ing -out the lives of from M) to 50 rescuers including State Mine tnspeclor U. M. Elie. The names of men killed explosion are shown on the company's but 10116 of the names ,of rescuers kept. The wildest excitement revailed in Raima and at the mine started in the .colliery lafeti in the matter., Sunday ..Since that Jtime more, at- tempts .regular intervals, _wcre made to extinguish the bfaze. Yes- V XT j terday it was deemed unsafe to sejad the miners down and were told liot. Superintend- .Briggs the. and most experienctid hands went mine, but at three o'clock the fire, had reach- sd the gab a terrirtic explosion occurred. In n few inomonU ninny men vol- unteered to enter the mine to rescue; any .survivors. _ The fire hindered the rescuers but they made sbme pro- gress. After a .long struggle the vol- unteers got-well into the mine and those on the surface had begun to expect results from'the intrepid dar- DAN BREMp'S V7, Fell Thirty Feet From a Tjree and Was Nearly tided Evangelist McHnuly jrnions in Wesley cl and had encouraging results of his said he sunmnei at homo have to .say Mr Y.Miderhilt wilT sail for land next S.itmdny for a long. sta> lie will IUH his toach Venture twoen London .ind linghton. II famous matched ID proparedi foi the load iv( 4 i .vnel 3lis luvvc oiic son, William, was born in j-11 is mother nnd father have two T- much .ipnit, occupied with social alTairs and -5 .there hundreds ot persons are- congregated including widows, children ind other relatives of the victim's. Men and women running about their hands and crying while many little children separated from tht-ir mothers -'ire sobbing pitifully. oi tne-resjcuftrn uut ai o CIOCK the camp was stai'tled by a second explosion partly shut off the sh'aft of 'and most likely killed the The victims are below, the tenth lt-vi-1 and it is probable that tho (lame-, have consumed thoir bodies. ALD. CUNNINGHAM'S REPLY IN ANSWER TO CRITICISM OF THE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TO f BE INSTALLED UmvefsityT'Toronto. Africairiife-, hnd-so under- lined his that he. lay's lalror.- At night the church with an attotaivc aud- ience. 5 He used the character of Cornelius as the basis of ais remarks in the morning, speaking of his courage, his'devotion, his generosity and his fear of Owl as-the outstanding .'char- acteristics. This first Gentile comert was a ssoldier though such a life is not helpful in Christian life. The a revival of devout shfp. to is more than even to "do." DoAolion and generosity are Siamese of Christianity.} People necti a revival reli- gion God intended that should converlod in the home. In mosst of his atten- tion to his of and ith horses. The old f.irm house at Oakland was closed today and the keys delivered over to the caretaker of the plaoc. were married ha-- the residence been shut. Among the artklos which Mrs. Vac derbilt had .shippi-d lo -Tuxedo on were in.my of her The Herald having heard some criticism of the fire alarm system.be- ing installed by the- city amUknowing tiiat t'no criticism was more or less -and clue to a misunder- UTAH WILL SOON BE DEPOPULATED Compelled to relinquish his studies and a sanctuary- in thfe Graven- liursl' Sanitarium. He benefitted much by year's stay- there arid then sought the> advantages _of the Cali- fomian climate.. he Abcv.t a year ago to 'Albcrtn, i stayed some tinvc at then preached BK PRAIRIE FIRE H D. S. Afarch i- by a conclusion the sjwakcr said that the 1 1 ___ it than life -year or morcjugo in that de- iscried, liis and two'children to live" with Ihe woman in Cbleman. He was found guilty on both counts and sentenced by Judf e Carpenter to months imprisonment lor stoalinf ar.d eight months on the other count, tlie terms to run consecutively. Ee and reason trie bar-room prsine fire swept ovor Brule county and non-church-goers the! n church nnd talked 01 by- 1 Wednesday- mj devastating aOO quant miles ot hnd and spreading nocnles cic. is because they do not i _ t ._ 4 _____ T rtl__. destruction ovt-rywhore in its path. get'close enough in touch with tianity and Christians to know_ t.h real from .in Charles Mix said that the' fire had spent was n pow ?r-1 i itself about ton milof? north of there, in Baptist in Tabcr in-5 September of last .fall, he was lo- cated Diamond City. 'lYrhaps'it may without the least exa-siperation "no pastor conM he held in higher pcopte than' Mr. Sinclair was and no pastor win J.h? "cowfcience of more than to his and jvist the day Iwfore he -lietl r. gift of money was to him by his people at JTcw- londs. Thxis, and in other wnys the people showed how vouch him and npprocialcd his workmen 'is to. take place at 3 TIlS CVOnilll; n close-to tho county line, lul exposition or Tho-I.npardormble _ Sin." This sir, said he, is tho rc'cc------------------- tion of Christ, many nrtf in As long is nfraid ho has com- of committintf that .sin without niittcvr the unpanlonabkj sin, he has- ly knowing- Jt. Tn support of hisjn't. That very it. .statement that younjj- pooplc, moral J Cherish it by doms? principle clean-livintj, pure-souled, commit the if not on fcclinp. The sin is unpar- in the majority donnble Ijccause ilmro is no for standing of the position of affairs iskod Aid. Cunningham the chair- man of the fire, water and light com- mittee, for a statement concerning the system. In icply to the tho alder- man said: plan formulated last foe the improvement of our fire depart- ment, embraced a fire, alarm, system xntal in every way to tho standard systems" used', n' all cities. As is well known the Bell Tele- phone company changed their poles and wiring throughout the entire city last year and as the- city was using Hell Telephone polos, wo had to oithor chlxngc with thorn, or main tain John Mitchell retires from the lead- ahip of the Mine Workers tomor- row. He will undertake no other work until hh health improves. aged 23, who was bidly bumed by gasoline ex-' jiio.sion in Montreal, a" wcok ago Sun- day, died yesterday; Tho little child i.s still living. Toronto plumbers and stoamfitters iiniun bj fjVrfwm-jiikinv: firij'irjty voted to cuntinu'o has b.Tii on for.'.eleven'.-.months. them Alberta this year. Win. Trainer, 30 yc.irs old, a vau- deville actor and Mrs. Gage, were I fnund dead in the Clarendon hotel cases before the ngc of thirty, he Prof. Stnrhuck who showed that "Ihe. overwhelming: proportion ot" o'clock diamond City. con vorts their decision Rev. c: 0, McLaufin, suporinlcmlcnt was to love him" of .Baptist in AlberUh is cx- his sickness the loving bands peeled to. be present to conduct the of many- "faithful womon ipinistered funeral service. pardon and man must saved of j The alarm wore in this by-law his own volition a free agent. 1 so thatf considerable delay resulted This evening Mr. Mcllanly speaks! boforo tho order was placed. on "Tho Pleasure He in- "The order was immediately placed that The unpanlonnble sin vitcs all dancers and others to nt-Jand the Uxes wore shipped from tlie shows? itsfelf -with bitter malignity tend. Ho will treat .the subject kind-1 factory on March 4th and are expect tUc church iofrfoallv, and nbus- daily. When these are in I I bnt more often "by utter indifTcrence. es no one in his discourse. sUllcd, which should easily be with- in a month, bur fire alarm system will be equal to anything in the West, "There has boen ionic correspond encc.with the makers about the kind of tap boll furnished, but this too, is being attended to. In the mean- time the city has not paid out a cent for the work nor will it do so till .ill is nude satisfactory. "Tho alleged failure of the firemen's bolls to work is due to local causes" whch are investigated and remedy applied." at St. .Paul. Minn., yesterday. ".It was cas'o of murder and suicide. Potor Loiobimv P. R. conductor, wol known C. arrested. at the Maine bordor, charged with smug- dine clothes into Canada. On 'Saturday' at Ottawa contracts for the rom iini'lor of tho Now Bruns- wick portion of the G. T, P. were awarded. Tho G. T. P. got all the con- tracts but ono which wont to Willard Kitchen Co.