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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta mm Sbic leap Fill to Brat V r f Afnapot ItMpi Opcnim ni MM HiGHtr Mticer FOR jcc Sluice vdeal; era rare cause 'yf l nujr difficulty obtaining that'commodity from J-ake Simeoe last r Xtliuer. tV _ union miners 'in coil fklds of the country will lav down their ghoveU- tomorrow. Almost of them will xtbp work Western Pennsylvania, Mis- souri, KanW as, and probably in Indiana; Michigan, West Virginia, Kentucky and Arkansas.' Springfield, p-U.; Jferch tonight'decided to ctaee all the ,of the state for the, immediate ,future beginning on April The mines Ibe closed about April 15 or even "longer, FRANCIS JOSEPH'S HEALTH Vienna, March Fran cis Joseph, who apparently has com- pletely recovered'his health went for a long air yester-j, H6jalso_received 'in _ Prince Voii Buelow, the German chan- cellor, MAY APPEAL TO which ttimo it Is thought the min- ers will'have agreed on k new wage schedule. tX Pittgbiirg, Pa.; March 30.- miners' convention, see.- gion'thc operators- held a meeting at was decided until full feet- tlenient is made of all matters enter iug "into the wage' bchedule and working- agreement, the-mines will be closed down. Owing to the length of time-required to adjust many of the local scales, it is believed if gen- frrfl suspension will result in thc PitUburg district by April 1st. The miners and' operators are in session, however, late HI PRISONERS Einontoh, v vMarch John i Boy- chuck who was sentenced to thiee yearis' imprisonment in tlie Alberta penitentiary steilitig at Sask., wag brought to the penitentiary yesterday by a R. N. P. ofljcer.' This makes n total of ill prisoners in the OH. OU VAL March Pres- bytery fofL" oudou has'i uuaniuiOUbly carried a motion in favor of (he iioiu- ination Val of Winnipeg as iixSiefator next geneul assembly. SHORT IITACCCMJMTS 01 St, March 31 Peter Creegaa, former1 tax collector, vtiofhoiue time was found to be short in his funds has been arrested at Renfrew and will'be brought back trial 7 The deficit is to amount to about Frc at Waface's Stare W a Let ef StaW, Bfiari Pariers ari HearK Tei A. RHODES March W. per W. was- tonight named, Senate} of rthe- Rhodes awd coilege J- t'-.hetR. P.- is 4 without' any provocation IB "plunged a knife into i C. iialdwiii was 'committed for trial and brought to Calgary- While confined he lud been very quiet but yes jafternoon Vhen the matron ijsked'him to throw out the ashes from the he made a sudden" get-away, making to the C. P. R. trtk-ks. Vas at 3.45 tliis morning Michigan a concern which1 feeejts iu New Whitney introduced i v Legislature this i at an appeal to the imperial gortffnment for amend- the act to safeguard Federal en- p. N, R, TO COAST March" 31 Canad- ian Northern will send'out erigine'er- ing pai'ties this season to survey the route rfroui Edmonton to the coast. The terminus will probably be one of two places, the head of tiutte inlet or Bella Coola, which is about half way between Vancouver and Prince Ru- pert. Si FTON SPEAKS AT BRANDON AddrttMC thc Canadian Club Refers to Associations win thtt City declir- unwarrantable at the territorial contrarj' loathe letter of the 4 NEW WOOLLEN Will at a HEALTH OF THE PREMIER March following bulletin "was issued this gardingf the condition of Premier, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman premier, had a -comfortable lay t yestentoy, he also had a good he is not weaker this morn ing." TIME OF SPOKANE TRAINS "the Canadian Pacific .Railway jm- "hofities- ha .'issued "supplemept- it Johnnie Branzen's Macleod trail. }iojme on the Brandon, March The AMERICANS'STILL COMING the 'The LethbridgerWoollen Mill yes- terday a' fine -sample of weaving pattern.1 The ma- terial is intended lining for horse Collars. "factory ia running full -.wing, now7 using '-twelve looms and ot blankets day. five thousand "noundfe-of'wooliwerc used and for several has been 'ive hundred arid fifty pounds a day. Tiif of Families Reach. City and Will Locate in This District _ American Invading arm arrived this morning, vhen six heads of companies arrived with" as miny cars of impedimenta. .Jf. Chartcs, from Redwood Falls, Minn.; W. ,H. McKillam, ;of "Bisbce, D; and R. Conquergood, of Eck- Eton. Clifford Sifton addressel the Brandon ".Canadian Club this evening it considerable. length. At the out- seiche gave a brief word as to his connection with Brandon when is a young man he put out his sfgr is a lawyer in the city and paid grace tribute to his wife, to whom'' ht ;aid much of his succebs was rdue Mr. Sifton contrasted the early day vhen sectionalism predominan lote in the national character bu said that Un the last ten or twelve there had' grown up a nations sentiment, _which was showing th- oeople that helped, th others" and all were benefitied by th prosperity of each! toOjir at midnight fire hroke out in 11.' cigar store threatened' at one time to as- unic voiy '.viid whkh as it completely jjuttctl .he cigar store and pool room ami A. Ifoslcton'h hui'lMH shop. The loss to- pracucitHy nothing .savud. 'The disclose a charred, r'f-'f and .soared mass of Cigars, fi up nearly {.an thousand dollars with an.inburnnco of only h As nearly as cmi found out tho 'ire commenced at 12.10 a.m. B. If. toss1, clerk for "R. W.J Wallace, closott ip Hie place about a quarter to casoi5, tahfcws, barber chairs and all other appuictenp, anccs of a (igar sioie'and hhop. in the- basement had just a neu stoLk of ty-thousanil cigais, a of which escaped the lire, smoke and water. Ifosleton's barber chairs, which the lie had not yet insured, were-1 lying aiound; a mass of ruins. The safe came through the ordeal twelve, and everything seemed all, right then'. Inside of half an hour safely and Mr. Wallace opened the placet as a" moss of flames. Am-lit-this morning he found everything ong the llrwt' to WK; >t were TL. J. H. and a rbaiker Holt, who both say that as nearly "AS "they could telJ, fire .started near the >-afe just bai-k of the The alarm went in at IS.lOaiufin about minutes the had water oil. It was too laic to do anything to save the building or its contents as the fire and smoke were pouring forth from both the luck and front doors and the whole pl.xQC was a mass' of llatue. For two hours the fire raged although during that tune no lass than- four streams of water playing on it The water pres- sure was good, the response from the pumping station being very quick. For a uhile it locked as if the Lcth biidge Hotel arid the Lethbrtdgc Sad- dlery -Co. on the other side uould go up but some slight damage SINGLEM HARRIED Vir A Lot of Chicago Owing to a in the committee morning present 'to the House evidence which had been taken in connection with the government disposal rof western-timber lands. s The. committee then its at-, tention to "the question of payments made by marine department for al of the tup Victor Jor "towing pur- poses rates of rpcr wliich the Opposition claimed wasvjpxcessive. The Victor had been A purchased by _George M. Merwin. Montreal, .whose 'name has figured in "othwrVparchases of., the' ma- rine but" have definite schedule I ATTACKED" BY .WOLVES S'vsk. March James Doyle a7fifteen year_old boy was at- tacked by- wolves and .badly torn pieces. Wolves are very- ferocious this season, on account of the scarcity of deer. 2vening six j'clock in the morning. No definite word has yet been-.received _of tho laylight train between'Medicine Hat ind Craiibrook. DIPLOMACY OF THE BALL ROOM will join liis comrades of the invading irmy at Magrsth. MUST BUILD OR FORFEIT CHARTER Important Bill Patted by Railway Committee at Ottawa Ottawa, Coni- nons Railway Committee this morn- ing passed-the Fort William and Ter-j minals company's bill has en- the last fort- intact inside. The heat of thc ftro can be judged somewhat from the ap- pearance of the pool tables the slate of.which was broken and burned by the 'ire. fceiious ,mishaps occurred, al- though D. while assisting brigade by carrying hose into thcr buijding had his wrist cut by broken glass a mirror. Tic and Culbertson weic among the first to e-iter the building when Ac fire broke out, go'ing in to' break the fno extinguisher's that'-verp th'cio." 'Fironmii Dick Robson. wlTilc taking a line of hose into the build- in? was overcome by the smoke and IMC! to be taken out. He soon rc- tovcrod aisd back to work Several of the tendered v'al- aid. Thc laigu crowd that gathered was well handled Thc Mounted Police and generously offered their of arowondcrHgaged its attention for ing today Georges A.' "'SaTs- nom and smoke both places the uolico escaped. The cellar of the hotel was j quickly ain fioodc'd somewhat and a quantity and staged until the dau- eigurs .spoiled. As soon the fne gcr wiis t .started .the shutters on the windows) The loss sustained of the hotel wcio closed and the two'out Wallace values streams of water froin_ the hose ou'his tobacco stock and pool i ilu- second and third were on he carried brought into play'fa prevent the fne insurance- A. Tlosleton places' his- _ ctting foothold on thq' building. loss m? at 'hb fito got sor nb to 'J he building, which away the fiame, siiicflc' .stblxn "stnictilre" is val- Turrifl's A MEETINQ f-' A 'of the Libe'ral to' be held "at Stir- ling'tomorrow night. The'Speakers'j arc to be W. Simmons, M. P. F., Liberal "candidate 'for the House of Commons, J. W. Woolf, M.P.P., and D. H. Elton, Cardston. WANT A RAILROAD A. secreUry of the Kaiser's BruJ 3ig Get Youn; Italian Out of at New York liberal association at Carbon, a set- tkment of Airdrie, and north of Gteichen, wrote W. C. Simmons, M. P.P., asking him to use, his efforts iriih the Dominion government to have railway connection with that rapidly growing district. Mr. tondon, Starch the London papers are now possession of the latest phase of the Hill incident, but for the most part they refrain fioni comment.' The Daily XewsMn an ed- itorial says that the whis- per carries further than the thunder of o'ther men. "It all goes to show" the paper, "that Jihe emperor neither to write _to New -York, -March Guieseppr Capell a young stowaway, got stuck fast in a porthole while .trying to es- cape fronfr the, Italian- steamer Bra' ztle, wliich -arrive here, re- het combinedx efforts of the police, the -ship's officers and crew to extricate him. For two hours the young lad lay struggling, half in and half put of the opening while a fprce of men worked him this wa> and iliat, cut off his 'clothing, greased his %kin but still could not budge his body an inch. wast not a portion' of the porthole hrftf awaj that the was liberated. Then" he wis freed only to" be 'taken to the emigrant land under guard from will be probably deported. Csipcllo who stole on from some Italian port soon after the ship dockwl broke the manacles are single. M." McKwen ?ays are married. Only the llhnoia -.upreme court caa 'ettle tlie question. A court ruling by Judge-Car oenter in "the 'circuit- court .yesterday brought to a multitude 'of Chicago homes. mar- riages of Illinois within a year -after divorce tmois even when the-marriages aro performed in othor states. Carpenter's construe tion of the state marriage laws the bound_him aud to slip through the narrow port hole of his prison thousands of Crown Michigan City and Hammond marriages- of, di men and women have no rrantod for construction railways, .ess than 250 miles in length pro- noters inustr build ten pei cont of lines within two years or for- 'eit their rights andTive per cont. in of linos over 250 miles in length. DOESN'T WANT TO SELL Street Railway and Power Plant Franchises in Winnipeg stated. This decision was given in a sui annul the E Gilniour and John Giunoury 7244 Tin ion street, on the ground, th'at Mrs. Gilmour conti.ictod her'second riagtf in the required year had elapsed with :tlii of lav: Besides jui-sibly breaking up horned the ruling will-.have-an effect on realty Judge McKwt-n on the other hand, Toronto, Out., March Mc- Kenzie, of the McKenzie Mann Co. vhen asked about the proposal o he Winnipeg city council to purchase he street railway and power fran said that as far :is he knew 'ie-Had not hoard a word i plan. He had uoi been approach jd directly nor indirectly on the sub and Was .not at nil desirou. CHARGE AGAINST MAGIS- TRATE 1 i. Toronto, Ont., March" tfato Wowlcock, of. wa irraigned today before Judge Whi-j Chester on throe- indictments. Two of np in bhoit order except ian who'slept" whole af-'. Ilartfordj Atlas, i and Guardrail Coin-1 .Mi" rlfiMM in L f i Tin tow air and came down to breakfast this' lorning imjuiiing what th" row was'! As near .is can'be ascertained, the bout. ine must. caused by As for the place uheic: the fire took J car stub smouldering in some paper >lace, it is completely guttcti and near tho safe QUESTION OF BUYING BY TENDER 'NEWS FROM WINNIPEG Weste'rn 'Passenger Traffic Ahead Last Vear Mayor' Ashdown's Health of Winnipeg, Jrarcli Mayor Ash- down, who lias been in the southern states foi the last foui weeks ,an ac- count ot his health returned to tho city today. L jlon. Robeit Rogt-'ib. minister of public works left for Ottawa on busi- ness. I nna nAkitft fn HATICA nf Ko.porU made- to the of ucUttic ui nuusc 4 s fraud. He not 'guilty. last July in the C. 'he charges are perjury and tlio third Cummings divorco held that thc state madv nn pretence toward controlling marruicos in other states inrl denied tin- application of thc after the vessel arrived Norman Cummings, .to set the inarri'itv iwrformed in Mich Ind. Mrs.- Cum .nings had not In m" a year. MONTREAL WILL GET IT Grand Trunk Pacific Sure to Tap That City Tudge-McKwen a circuit court judgo and a court judge have hold di immediately communicated with for ho is man of impulsive temper- Honl Frank Oliver and impressed up lament HmT is .singularly for nor talk freely at the dinner table, Qtuwa. March depula-! rcctly opposite in the. construction on him the importance of the matter. NEWS ALBCRTA a role "where discretion is the su- "prenie Daily "The new diplomacy of the dinner table and ball room is a palpable an- tion of about a hundred leading men of Montreal, on Laufior, Tirrxleiir, 'and Fislxcj last evening regarding- the necessity of immediate construction of a branch the law in r-'jrmt 1o the mnrriage divorced persons outskle. the state tho only way to -ottle the matter TO take a caso to tho Supreme court tor a final doci-ion. 'Only in that way The Alberta Temperance and Moral choriim. To have it recognized that j ern (iivto0n of the G. T. P. line connecting that city with tho oust ein determine whether Reform aoeociation start a monthly Tne Seventh Ailventfeta are talking of building a Urium atTonoka this summer. Tjicombe Board of Trade members took to of stock in a flvmmer hotel -take. of Bentiey is tho chief promoter. M to vote on April 4th on by-law to to pur- {.they are married or not. --As no ap -Judge Morson. counsel (or Mr. moved to li'ivo the indict- Sostained Ottawa, JNiarch time hi the" Houses' yesterday aftor- noon Or. Roche Marquette ;n- nent qunshid and tho cn.50 has been i formed by I ho premier that a to look into the objoctions.jsitjoil hacj hcon to thc r0vorn- moid 'for the constiuction of a nul- 'Canaduin said tlie paitial tlyj yvjieat.jjCrpp iai portions of.-.the consoquciit of commerce in j.his ;ry, tho from passenger busi- ness of tho., Western lines of that company for tho, present season are considerably in excess of the receipts for the same period a year ago. OSHAWA EDITOR DEAD Ont.. March 3I.-Samuel to .llMdson H. Graham, editor and proprietor of "ihc Oshawu Vindicator, died suddenly ay-.'aged 53 years. TELEPHONE FOR TABER Tabsr Free Press: have , CHURCH BURNED IN TORONTO Toronto.. Out., March -31 :-r-St. Jo- jiph's Roman Catholic church, Le.c- 'ie street was almost completely srut- by firo this morning. Tho -nay roach j assurance from Mr. C. Simmons, i.s nt the present time under flwt thfi Govcrnmcnt oration. The land grant, voted lme? which 5s -now bein CQn. tho parliament for such a road at a I ffom Macleod castward wfit previous sopsion. tho premier infonn-1 Tabw somp od-the member MnrqiwUe, is wiu be of NEWS FROM RAYMOND a man is unfittwl to be Premier "tl-inrier told tho j was bkon attorneys for unless he ii wealthy consunwU t jon that the transcontinental would! Gilmour thc of thc validity! Raymond March the with a desire to ppcml on lavisK cn-lnot bo complete until it was connoct4'2.f_the_ni is to put hack thc thc city of Montreal. j .1 tost-case, hands of the'clock of history. Under _ J muHt decidtxl b> Wth to A. Parsons, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ruling i who haw spent soveral BRITISH COLUMBIA NEWS Berlin, March advices coiveil nt the foreign from Washington indicate that'thc Ameri- can capitol as well as in Berlin, the Hill episode-is having i ohildron of p.ironis divorced hnd mar 'n Uuih havo rolurnwl to Raymond Mr. Frnnk Fairbanks of Utah, is paying re-j StwWanl. a pionoor of the within a you will their in j Mr. dentore distriot is dead. Ho ai horitanco. City, native "of Toronto. Tho Bink is buiUlinp n PRISONER ESCAPES in force. Col. Worthington. was told that thc government' had adopt- ed for the Hoss rifie a sword bayonet approved by thc militia council. The question of who will manufacture the .bayonet is under consideration. business interest's of Tabir as it' will put them in close touch with alj points in the province. Tnyior. was informed ra.iy mornirip a out thrtt thc that Jlbss rilles are now in use by the Canadian militia force and the permanent' force and 'tho U.N.W.M.P. Xo estimate has made of thc numlHT which will bo in forco by thc ond of 1908. Df. Roche -was told by lion. Frank loratod in Elk lion that all the supplies to IKS pur- chased for the. various departments of the goicrnment should Ijc procur- od on the basis of puulic tender and xhar the contract-, be direction of a competent purchasing and .xvith regard, primar- ily to quality and price. Premier Laurior 'agreed with the idea of the resolution but brick And alone tank at Cranbrooko. j Om Mflrcli pry j u Mr. hoiiso. Tho i-nginc adjusted. The dip-j Nelson is to h'.ive .1 hospital. inj? an iron bar tn large coll of j -vas quickly on tho scone and thc school aile ft school buiMing. WeUtkiwin rateimrerB1 have voted pronpeclinf and lomatic opinion is that it" Mr. 11511 A now Normal pehool is to comes to Merlin he xrill find posi- i nt and will tion not only is agrccr.btc but more of which boon appropriat- to i driUinf for nntural hwr .Irmed agricul- -A pnim fire northeast of Clares- Kolw, the hay, frtin, rifs, Win. of important ii thc incident not'-cd. _ChnrJomagnc Tower, tho retiring Vnilod States in of his Icltcr to Prosi- _A Voting Conservative Club has been orgaimed at Cranbrook with Vic. Rollins as president. last September, in j Thos. M. Roberts has eloctod which ho he would ask to president ot tho Cranbrook resign early next summer, jhas now nxert the date at June I, and lias Ir.forroed the president. No. 3 police -t.ition on Kithor St j woro extinguished before much bmago was dono. Many willing oarly Kdward one of the ..prisoners'escape and is not j'ot captuntl There''were ton other men in UK o.oll with Brazoau but the lattor's os cnpo was in timo to pro- the- in St. Francois. hands remove the furniture He. from tho threatened building. Tho match betweon ami Stirling .'resulted in a Man. She was appointed in for Raymond 1. Atigust Jnst. No was ro- l The board of trade announeod i coivcd asking for her appointmont purchased by of tho ItaniT park, wbo did not roco'v? an> thing above his, regular, salary for his services. Macdonald, in- formed that Mrs .To.sophino Kobidbux bility. pointed out that business, men- did not do businoss, for their own business by public tender. and ho did not thmV that a purchas- ing commission as sviggested could be for ministerhUvrespcttisi- R. N. M. f. Taber Free Press: AT TABCR We understand Victoria lias a HighV.ind pipots'i o' te- pieofcs. that a mounted police will again bo Tabor in the Wodnosdny next promises to bo) One i vory bipr affair. Thc proceeds are be devoted to the fxhibit fund for! Contained signatures asking that R bo P. Tt An nmonrlmMit by Hon. S. Field ing 1o tho oiTc-cl thiit supplies be chnsod on tho basis of public' tender and contract as far ns possible der the direction of the minister rcs- ponsiblo was carried by to forty-throe after considerable the Dominion Fair. Hon, Goo, Foster moved a resolu- ;