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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MARRIED FIRST t MAN SHE MET fiiai Abandons Creed That Teadws Sin of Wdock "Philadelphia, April of the J 5 marriage 01 Miss Adah Pratt of Wash- j to B. Franklin Hoover of Phil- j last Saturday lies s. story j unusual interest. I Miss Pratt Jived until she was 29, _ jiiyears 'old --without forming the ac-j f'quaintance of a roan. She was born; -arid'raised in a community of women j taught, her to believe that mar- of Oregon Who P.rform m Lethbridge in tha Near_ Future Saskatchewan to Go Into Telephone Work Regina, April moving the second reading of the bills respecting the department of railways, tele- graphs and telephones, the munici- pal telephone system and rural tele- phone systems at the afternoon sitting of the Saskatchewan Legislature yes- the Hon. J. A. Calder said it Any person or company may arrange for any interchange of service be- tween the different systems and fail- ing in amicable arrangement as to terms and conditions oi service the government can step in and enforce an agreement. The main principle underlying the second :bill rfi the dealings with niuncipal telephone sys- the intention of the bill to place j terns was that any municipality, city, Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER' One of our popular young ladies who ts contemplating matrimony with the advantages which leap year gives her, was handed a testament by father-with the leaf turned down PAYING OFF THE LOSSES Unusual an Man Who Wat to Blame for Prairie Fire Okoioks, April have been several prairie fires during the past week. One at Big Rock ran over u section of land but did not do much damage otherwise. There was. another at on Tuesday of last week -which- did con- siderable damage. at the following passage: "He who The third ona was .at giveth in marriage well, but Saturday and destroyed a lot of prop- the present department of railways into a department cf railways, tele- he who giveth not in marriage Il gil Hay wood's place better." She immediately returned jabout 14 imlt's south east of t0w11 with the following reply written the of a straw stack had town or rural district may anderneath. ..Dear fcther I am con- own and operate its own system and! nt to do weU let tbose do better betore is empowered to borrow money by i who caji burnod three or four weks phones and telegraphs, all of which is em; he said were much -akin. It also I debenture to raise the necessary j provides the government with power i funds and if the majority of the elec- Away From Home It seems surprising but the had bein .smouldering under 'FIGHTS EXTRADITION LAW Celebrated Johnson Charged With Stealing Cattle in Canada Great Falls, April Tri- I to construct phone lines anywhere in province whether in cities, towns, BUY GAS BY THE BOTTLE Unow for that time, and the high wind j bune says: ..Ohargcd by the CaaadJ: tors dt sired H special assessment To a young man. away from home, j" fanned them up and started the blazo1. could be made to pay oir eacn year j menctiess ana loriorn 11 a great city, in me covered aoout uau crovurnment with. a. mcitive- I villages or rural points, to purchase j (iny existing line and have general j control over all telephone lines, in f phone service for pot: a sin. Then she married New muminant, Used in Germany, said t' first man to whom she had been Exhibited dcfore tfis Chem- j far ag 'j ists Club introduced. I ____ j Nearly thirty years ago in a portion of the cost of construction, j the hours, of peril are those between sections before being put out with 30 from justice, Charles H. The third bill provided for a tele- sunset and bedtime. The moon, andi or 40 men all in the neighborhood bettw known as Johnson, stars see more evil in a single hour fighting it practically all the time. :hat vrholP svstMn i considered the most vitally import-j than the sun in a whole day's circuit. From Haywood's place it ran north caUle brand formerly owned by him, possible" be.uniform, ant. the name having been taken from a. JTiie port's visJLuniT of'evening are all east to the Eakr-r settlement where- itlwas yesterday taken by Deputy Un- J compact of tender and soothing irn- stopped on-coming to the Nground jited States Marshall Jlaigkr of Hs- 1 l.nrrt.w-1 m-tiv Ki- fiwi r.n tlia ICUa from to BwttC. Where he York, May WfJhmt ,v J Halloek of Columbia University J Mrs. Martha McWhirter or members o{ chemists announced that she had had vw- about new i from the Almighty and had would be told that it tc> live to purchase a bottle] a man. Accordingly left her on Ms vay home hosband- and gathering about her a small party tf women who were maT .t Bought to her belief and went to the little town of Bellton and there es- the -pound tabKshed the headquarters a new creed. Mrs. Pratt was'one of the converts and leaving her husband she by Prof. Blau. Alter him' the colony, where two months after- named Biaugas. ages. It brings the wanderer to his i burned over by the fire on the >re- i leua Jfelt to Bwttc, where' he home, the child to its mothers arms.) vious day. It ran ovtr Arthur have a htaring before Judge W. Is Contradictory and the ox to his stall and the weary (laborer to his rest. But to the ten- der hearted youth who is thrown upon the rocks of a pitHess city, and stands "homeless among n Alberta, in 1904, charged with steaF ing Ijsef on the range and slaughter ing it for sale in the butcher shop- T. 'that he was conducting at the creeling is not very usual and reflects i for his doing so and it is to be hoped} that parties who have lost will put! jlle broke jail, according to the alle- jjations of Canadian officials, annC f AGED 104; WALKS 15 MILES the 1 jewels which God gavf her to bright- j Promise Made to All Past Century Mark this, country. -Kor some time- j the Northwest IMounted Police actjvp in trying to run. him and offered a reward of 51.300 for j.his anprehension. Last year, how- j ever, the reward was '9200. The chase for Johnson was- j conducted through 3Iontana. Wyom- I ing. and down .into Colorado and Ok: ilahoma, but -Tohnsori .-.'alleircs he .was- I en and polish, and in their place J finds nothing but dust and ashes. Itj Mich May never within danger of being raptur- is a conceded fact that there is McPhail 104 years old, and that ho never travelled by- j evil without a remedy, and it becomes fifteen miles todsv to attend or hid from oflfcers. S.ome- jtis to inquire, where is the evil funeral of, Patrick Philip Bogie ajro he- returned to Cascade- I what is the cure? who un Tuesday at the age off County, where -he was once in I A young girl loves devotedly. stock business, and secured employ- McPhail is a mnmber of the "Hun- dred year old' club, composed of i takes the sacred nirne of wife, j thoughtless of the responsibilities i which her position involves. She a" !bv DcPut-v Skerifl" of Wil- liam Caldwell. lie was located there- marries with an honest desire neighjknow he was an" alleged fugitive jives iiiteen miles from Muskegan where Bogie resided. He walked the distance to clemon- i strate that he is still hail and hearty. A. E. HUMPHRIES' President of the City Baseball League Canadian cotton operators this af- AN OLD WEDDING FEE ieinoon when notices posted on -i TO the town, which it is hoped will! the doors of all the mills notifr- "take im near Rev. J. R. Phillips of Woodstock Re- Auction of 10 per cent, in wages -should go into effect on May 1st. All the big Canadian companies have joined in this movement and declare that they will stand together if there is trouble, and that.the mills will be shut down. future and .a good and lasting sup- ply installed before the riummer sets in. i .Whilst one of. our town merchants i f'liiviHg lacrosse last evening he drove the ball through the plate ceives Payment After 35 Years Woodstock, April years ago the Rev. J- R. Phillips, re- tired clergyman of this city, married a couple at Tapleytown. The day be- trlar-s winaow ot another merchant) i T.- __- v fore vesterdav he received his- marr.' SAM BLAKE.AMAZED AGAIN Sarcastic Allusion to Features Service in Some of Anglican Churches [who happens to be in much the same line of business liut as his trade ri- valry has always been of the most friendly kind and which both parties desire should always exist, the mat- ter was amicably settled to the "sat- isfaction of both without having re- decision of the local Toronto, April. am said Hon. S. H. Blake K. C., in the course of a short adress, in which lie took occasion to emphasize prin- ciples for which Wycliffe College was established forty years ago, at the annual convocation, "to find so much darkness in some of our churches the other day that they had to have light at midday! I have a great deal of pity for those who are in such darkness, but it ends when they want to break up the Church of England. "I don't want anything to eat into it and cause disruption. Every tenden- cy towards assimilation to the Church of Rome I will resist. I don't want- to build up the Church of Rome at course to the JJ: P. More settlers arrived today. i Archabaun from Haukinson, arrived with one car loaded with jnachincry. I seven horses and other effects. A. Harrison from Chiwgo with two horses and a car of: implements, etc.] Jlr. P. Simons, representing tho Alberta Government, has arrived with a number of men for the pur- j pose of hmldincf a bridge across the Belly .River, The site selected is two j hundred feet east of age fee. At the time of wedding 'the bridegroom put a note in his hand, which when; Mr. Phillips opened it on his way home he found contained an excuse for not paying on account of a disappointment in not receiving j money from an expected source. He waited long, but was rewarded at I last. The bridegroom ;had prospered. DEAF AND DUMB FAKIR Chicago, May suposed .deaf complishments lose their power, by day she feels her utter unfitness ior j Mcphail her station, until at last she despairs of ever making a cheerful home for her irusband. i Is ihi1 young wife to blame? We '.think the fault is-further back. "Just j as the twig is betit the tree's in- clined." but the twig cannot bend, it- jself. inclines in ...the.'1 wrong, di- rection tlic fault must us in the band which bends it. Every mother should teach her I of the Dominion government. Ho- 1 was arrested and released-on S50O-- 'bail until the hearing should be i before United States Commissioner !'W. S. Frary. who issued the warra.ct CROWN JEWELS GONE for arrest. On being arraigned J before Commissioner Frary he enter- ed a pioa of not guilty and Used to Pay Late King of ed a trial h-v jury- to Make Las't xieek Sergeant Maj. W. C Good Loss j Bryan of the Northwest mounted po- Titibon, May King Miguel 'lice and Crown Vrosccutor TV; 3C_ and. partly blind mendicant who.had, been arrested was fine.d' and costs j yesterday by Municipal Judge Wells, j As. if by magic the man's .hearing and eyesight were restored and he took from one of his pockets and count- ed out the amount of his fine. He was. then searched and a bank book was found showing, deposits -of 452. The man's name is Thomas Can- tinzaro and he is 67 years of age. j daughter just as she would desire some other mother's daughter taught that is to become the wife of her son. music, and other a within your reach, but with them give ijewelg had becn sold to meet the ex. o of a practical knowledge of house-keep ing. Let her own hands knead the bread, make the butter, wash, iron was deposed and banished in 1334 he'Campbell arrived from Macleod, and was forced to leave the Portugese na-j after filing a complaint direct in the tion the crown jewels and valuables, {federal court at Tfclcna, secured the which were deposited in the Bank of tlie proceedings -pending 4' before Commissioner Frary. matter will probablv be determined- '5 by Judge Hunt, who is at present. sitting at Butte, within the next clay or two. Johnson is confident that, there is not sufficient evidence ag- Recently the j newspapers alleged that part of the jpenses of the royal house. King Manuel thereupon ordered an inventory to be made, and it was and mend, make beds and sweep, j discovered that a magnincent 'telt him a conviction, and studded with diamonds and rubies, he .-'anticipates a speedy release as. Tt looks as though the police found it a harder job to catch the tagless dogs than .the greasy pig. NOMINATED FOR MONCK Ont., May Marshall, Dunnville has been nomin- ated by the Monck Liberals in place of Hon. Mr. Harcourt retired. j and supper, and then you need j be ashamed-to give her to the very best in the land. She is fitted for life, she will succeed, and if the fu- r ture should find you alone 'in the Man., May -n i M l world, her husband will. gladly wel- OLD MAN SHOT McKay, a farmer of St. Eust'ache, was shot and come vou to a home which you wounded yesterday geese with a friend. while shooting J While crawling datightcr to make "The dearest spot on several bracelets and a pearl neck- lace, worth were missing. The governor of the bank declares yiat he sold the missing valuables with the consent of. the Government which' was forced to raise money in order-to pay the late King Carlo's i heavy debts. j King Manuel, in order to avoid soon as he has had a hearing. M'KINLEY HOME TO BE SOLD' through the trigger of his gun caught and the shot struck him in t'rie head. He was brought into! "Life's Lessons Whoever has any observation or ex- St. Boniface hospital where he lie_s j perience jn the matter, must have in a-precarious, condition. McKay is; f.-..., 'tWHrnii ,-nnpr.ition la no- j ticed what a .operation learn- -un A-.OC 3Jw jo SJVD loading and work will commence im- j mediately. It is expected a large j amount of local labor will be engag- j' ed which" has been badly needed for j the last few months. the present ferry j Absolute pllflty -and ifl the the expense of the Church of Eng-1 Mrs. McCallum and family have ar- land. When I see our good friends, rived jn Tabcr from Ontario and pro onr natural allies in the Protestant Jbodies, whom we should cling in this great warfare between Protestantism and the Church of Rome, looking in amazement at these doings, and saying, "You are putting a gulf between us that we can- not join with you in church union, I it is time to call a halt." poses building a fine residential house immediately. Sheriff Young was in town today from Lethbridge on official business, Pete Hammer returned to Taber this evening by the Spokane Flyer, having been, away from here for five weeks on a holiday spent in tho Statcs. PERFECTION the father of a large family and is ing mosf always is, and were 74 years of age. _ it not for the ptfant mind of the child 11 it would be far. more so. The bright- est and easiest taught children will draw their make pauses where there are none, and blunder in var- ious ways before, they acquire the ability to repeat the words they have learned to form a: sentence which has an intelligent meaning to them. Much [nOuuiiig is Healthful and nutritious. TttA COWAN TORONTO that, before they con get the rriean- ing of the story contained in one short page. f Is it not true of the best Of us in learning to read the stern lessons of life? Are we not all when we come to interpret the mean- ing of the hard discipline of sorrow and care which falls to the lot of even the most favored? DC we not [scandal, has undertaken, to refund the value of the jewels. His attitude in this respect is evoking' the admira- tion of even .the Republicans. N. P. TO WINNIPEG .Winnipeg, April Man- ager SI ade of the .Northern Pacific, is in the city today. The rumor that the Northern Pacific would build an independent line from Pembina on the boundary to Winnipeg is again revived. The Northern Pacific Com- pany comes in over the Canadian Nor- thern tracks. learn slowly, and often through great- tribulation, the solemn teachings of life? And how many fail to catch it at all, to whom each .day, and week, and year of their lives, means no more than the disconnected words of the blundering scholar means to him. Happy are they who compre- hend' the true meaning of the chapter of life. Woman Purchaser Will Deed Proper- ty, With Its Contents, to Catholic Church Canton, 0-, April ment was made today that the of :William McKinley to become p Catholic hospital. The announce 'ment was made on behalf of Mrs: Ross Klorer, who a few purchased the home with its reho and souvenirs of the President's pub lie life for Mrs. Klorer is the widow, of'a weal thy manufacturer. It was said' to day that the .property will be tnm? ferred to the Right. Rev. Ignatius F Horstman, Bishop of the diocese o: Cleveland.. v DISMISSED THE APPEAL t Vancouver, B. C.', April full court today .dismissed the appea, of the provincial government to tes the validity of the Natal Act as ftp, plied to Hindus. The justices wh heard the appeal, stated that the IK minion government having given or to its officials to say who mich enter, the provincial act was ultra vu ;