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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta fapbic News for the Week Live Wirclets Arranged for Easy Reading Calcutta. May police here neVjavestigating the native plot re- ;here yesterday "to murder Eu- by means ol, bombs and will the- matter more seriously. Hecumentk seized at ihe house where and explosives are being msn; vfftctured reveal it wag part of the jplot to Kitchener, command- er iii ehief'of ihe British forces in In- 4U other high officials. The au- ifcwrities believe they .are facing an 'at revolution. Medicine Hat. May ihis af- Toronto, May Chowan, gen- ternoon session of the court the eral secretary of moral reform for the charges: of conspiracy to bum the Methodist church left for Vancouver residence of John Lehr was -withdrawn yesterday afternoon. He -will inves- against Jacob Keib, Jacob Merkel, tigate the building of a factory in that ej John Toeib, Emanuel Daniel, Christ- city for the purpose of manufacturing ,-iian Gill, Fred W. Kieman and Carl ocium. Victoria, B. C-, April reached here from Phoenix, B. C. accident last Sunday afternoon .two, miners met a terrible death as Jhe result of a cave-in at Grauby CoiBpaity mines. The vie- iasst Christopher Martin, aged 45, and Kinsty Smith, a yccsg EsjlisV .man, were working on the three hun- dred foot level when the cave-in oc- curred, tons and tons of ore crashing -down upon them without an instant's warning.. Martin leaves a widow of only 16 years of age for whom much sympathy is expressed. Smith was "unmarried and is said" to have- a; Otto. On information sworn out by John Lehr, John Bomback, Michael' Gill, Jacob Dias, all were bound Aprii ravages of over on their own recognisance to keep the peace in the sum of each. 120 WERE DROWNED ____- t St. Petersburg, ferryboat on the river Deiper c-dipsizfed near Tsarhoff and one St. Petersburg, May ferryboat on the river Deiper capsized near Tsarhoff and one hundred and twenty persons f were drowned. The boat was filled with peasants, their wives and children returning from church. gang of horse thieves in Mountain district are a source of continual worry to the ranchers in. that JJistrict and although the Mounted Police do their best to keep robberies down there were a large number of horses stolen from ranchers there last year and th" rob- i routing; 7ur-. LIBERAL SMOKER (Continued from Front away had bowi thrown up by the holders, hi every t-ase a Tory, be- cause they claimed they were worth- less. Today those sowo limits were possessed by men who had paid a good price for them to the Xaberal Government ami yet these same To- ries -who-.pronounced: tlicm worthless, a few years ago and would not ac- cept them as a gift criticized the. sales the Liberals had umUc. What hypocrisy! During the Conservative regime average price paid for timber limits was per square mile, white the average price secured by, the Liberal government was ROSE WINS THE WILL CASE Judgment in, Action to Set1 Aside Jas. Keyes' Will TAKER TALK Taber, May is very cur- rent in the town that it is being vis- ited by "spirits whether it is supersti- tion or otherwise it is hard to judge. Some 'maintain they saw a corpse walk and the minds of .several are much disturbed. There are those I who maintain that matters of the [most nature and con versa- i tions which were only supposed to bo hia Justice Beck judgment in Beck has handed by taking part in them j in the action of been and repeated niueh i _ C." SIMMON'S After H. Kilner had contributed a bers are daily becoming more bold. {meeting with a splendid-speech tell-1 L. Grant the witnesses to the will. against Bouck to set aside the will of jto tbeir annoyance and discomfort.', the Iste Thomas Keyes. Arrangements have already been The action was tried at the last sit- by SCVmd trace ting of the Supreme Court at Leth- bridge. His lordship finds that on the of it the will is perfect. He then quotes at length the evidence given by Victor W. McGuire and So alarming, indeed, have conditions ing of the record of the Alberta go- f anJ draws the conclusion that both become now that the matter is be- voraaient. He explained thft revenue! McGaire and Grant gave their evi- ing brought to attention of the provincial government. arid .the province arid pointed out that not one cent of the expenditure of the province had ever dence honestly, but in view of the circumstances it seems more likely that the recollection of Grant is more dog Sheridan, Wyo., April small j criticized. The thousands of was j accurate and definite than that of Mc- the i Guire, and therefore where there is ed into Tongue river by a trout and drowned. The dog ac- j-companied Case's little son on a Ssh- Fort Wayne. Ind., May least! ing trip. The boy hooked a fish large 4- A e v UA UK; tivit; WAICAC Liicric AJS o administration" of'justice, a difference in their stories, the ver- some remarkably iine runs, the- jtinal result being Taber G. Outlaws 5. brother somewhere in the Canadian j eleven persons lost their lives in a 't enough to jerk the cane pole into the rffOPtlt _ 'K-l-virtK J vitc- tho provision of free readers for the sion of. Grant is accepted, school children, the establishment of; a public owned school system, the construction of roads and bridges, the Source from which it springs and endeavor to stamp it out. Mr. Bird White, manager of the Alberta Drug and Stationery Com- pany left by the Spokane Flyer on Saturday on a visit his sister and returned this morning. Me. B. Wright jeweller" of this town, has been appointed a commis- S'.oEer for the issuing of marriage lic- enses. Several marriages will short- ly take place in this district when tho new commissioner will have a time. His from old teams; Tuber k ilcGuinetis C. Walker 1'osition Outlaws c Lessard- p 'c. GlorhoSu. Roy Uee 1st b. J. person H. Johnson 2nd b J. Hodgjns- Art Lee 3rd b. E. Millar liolliver s.s. cv Edwardk F. Herscher i.f. Walker- S. c.r. ValgertsoTn S. Wing c.f. A. Glendenning- Wm. Baldry, umpire. A return match will be played next commission dates'Friday afternoon cm ground i May 1st and is signed by Ha.r- j TV. Ililey, Deputy Provincial Sev- _ j fire iline destroyed the new Aver-Jj water, hotel early The entire' He sent the dog after it, but the erection of public buildings and other necessary undertakings. Ths From, the evidence of both wit- pssos his Lordship finds that the! p. McAskiil, of tlie firm of HUc- will was signed by Keyes in the pres-j Askili Bros., general grocers and pro- ed Taber, 'has drawn to -the condition of some of" the public offices, and the need of it brush and a little elbmv of MeGuire who merchants, of this has much needed. Storekeep- his name in the presence of jjust returned from visiting Seven also take the tip, "cap fit. t Keyes that Grant 'did not consciously f Persons, where he is erecting a aim 01" the j Although dentists visit this town all.that coukf C1, the want of a resfdent Judgment is -given in-fa, dentist is badly felt and'there is an ror ot the plaintiff costs. n j residence. desired and thc soil is in excellent condition. He- looks forward to" abundant yield_ first class dentist On Motlday next the usual montnly this 'town his permanent of the town council will be- the claims of the government BOOSTING THIS COUNTRY also? of the second enguie, who isj lost. The cause of mark out M a safe> stWsed to be "buried under the- lo-jlfimLI D i T U7AtbU -unknown: Progressive leader and we -instruct comotive. :Carl Mange, who'was rid- IHljJl DALA AI fTllKK large, Jiominated-at ing blind baggage, was.'.taten II tnn t-n -fn-r- .flio TVIOIAD tf Gazette's to .vote for-him at the fi-om-the mass of timbers under" which Ottawa correspondent says a sehsa- s' been Parlfanient- Ottawa that a. 'hail been issued 'against J. J. Mnghes, M. 5. 'for Kings, P. E. P.-for -9131000 'accumulated' penalty for of parliament a-merchant at Sour- Sir it' is' alieged that' for some he Inrniahing supplies Jto Hie government which 'if it be true -deWy renders hiiri "liable for the which'the .statute provides. Ottawa. April for his disqualification Hughes says he is ready to resist-action which opinion has been taken for oyanee .rather than afiftfiing else. Me there is absolutely no- earnest efforts behalf." bjjlieyed to be th'e. work of some .adopted en- tamps, seeking n T a._ of dent BoosevelL, eecte rrom a Sain. charge-'that has been against him and: he is still -attending to' his Parliamentary -du- He has instructed solicitors to Emerson, May 'tracking the bank "robbers gduffi east ot'.tKej b'order yeisterday a of ifnlted SIX BURNED TO DEATH States defectives maae'.the startling discovery of a'dead body on Xew York, May an early hour this morning a fire .in the four- etory brick tene- ment in Humboldt.St., Brook- lyn, caused the death of six -jpersons -and serious injury to four othera. Every member of one a mother and four are-among the dead. held, when the absorbing question'or the local photographer a 'water supply will be cooaid- intends -shortly opening a'ousinoss in The1 present method of sup- ThevO. W. Kerr Co. have adopted j Kayniond. his son taking- charge oX 'crater is primitive, for ad- jtlie local concern, inhabitants have to be supplied from country. They have ftianx; .friends of Hiss Primrose vratcr carts charge for vrhieb. is sent out two lecturers with" that, .she vis. rapidly qUit4: a lafee Thc north end of ticon views of Southern vVlberta who" .fromijier nx-ent-serious Ul- th? supply wells, filf" t_" but" still, "m.suffldent for B. W.' Wright challenges and Cmcrgcncics. .There Is jicj. in Taber giune ot checkers city fathers siaco- fore' through -Iowa and thc lectures on the' country.' rie eight miles north east" of Stephen, for another stake to be rheuma- ny is preparing to stod OTJC a tisnii treomeni'Tfi at once. accommodated in double company pher- for this that the halls are "crowded !ple- eager ,tq know all about thisQ time. 'lajad of sunsbiae and, success. The'' Tt'Ts lecturers oa al) mat- j man frotn pertainiDg to- countrj' and require that mcasprta' as soon as possible ,to meet intimated tbafa-ffenOo- Pressi% miuircments 'nbv -jaeed- vicinity of iloosc'Jaw od' as the_ summer and-hotl it _ intends issuing a challenge for the will soon be on us answer- the- many questions that are best of tnruu- gamt-s at bil- ls necessarj- that put to, .them during the lectures Boston pool, call shot, and water should be The "ton-nspeoplc xvill not in that of Mr. Bert White was -n-hol-j ly successful, are glad-to be to report The dead man .wag doubtless .the rob-1tlmt tfie strike is" over oiid work will ber shot from the roof top of. the builainp adjoining the Soadia bank (at Stephen, Minn., on the night of the robbery by a local merchant who Denvpr, April an- had '-five shots into the. gang [and then took Vefuge. behind .the! chim- Manchester, April" 29.-Among the ny influences and cross currents -ovf work in the extraordinary fist nouncemem was made m last week s ner and 'regular voHey from I issue or the Miners- bufgiarC. K ie estem f estem none of 'the four men captured at signature of C. E. Emeraon were connected with the. gang President and but they are being held pending an f sine now oemg taKen through the courts here by his wife to obtain possession of the property that remains here in America two years ago from Galicra, {vere in their work. Austria. .____________ Only from a chance remark by Zeglin js interpreter .did the surgeons game was contested. certainly deserve day last, when two little boys, aged eleven and nine, were endeavoring to I Outlaws kill gophers, the one with a gun crcdjt for the way they played the other with a sling, the elder boy j lt their first time together and Glen. Killer, shot the nine year old their first maXch. boy, William Ifiller, in the On thc Taber, side the causing a terrible wound. The did wonderfully well, it be- was brought to Claresholm, and f iis first tirQe Playing- in a match, thence conveyed to Macleod, where Roy Lee' lst base- Chas. Walker, pit he was operated on, but died last cher' Bolliver, short the latter night. The accident is another ter-' making" hit tliat won the game, rible lesson of the danger of leaving are welL Deserving of .notice. On fire-arms in the way of children. ITuch, sympathy is felt for the bereav ed parents. learn what a remarkable case they! vUUll VlL If ILL BUY SOME LAND had. Zeglin had asked Richard Tatters- field, superintendent of the poor, to deport him because'of jiis ailments. He also asked to be treated at the city hospital before leaving the country, and permission was granted. He went, to the hospital Friday and was examined by the surgeons who (From Saturday's Daily.) At the special, council meeting held on Tuesday evening, the council de- WELJ. PLEASED WITH SOUTH Chief Weed Inspector Henderson Fmds Grain Looking Splendid the Outlaw side Lesard, catcher, Ger the latter striking out some of Tiber's best: players, Chas. i Edwards, rhort stop, not making- a 'single error, deserve their mead of, praise. Wm. Valgertson, centre field. and evening at St. Theodore's. torfav A CANADIAN SERVICE London, May 5 White Star S. S. Company has made an annotrace- ment of its' intention of starting Canadian service in the spring of ,1909 with, the new steamers and Albany, re-named Laurence aad Mfgantic and- Canada and Dominion Dominion The Garbutt Business Collee pr. Te'ecrraphy, wnplojs expert 1 p.i younc people for Write for J. Enter any time. .37-0 F.-.G. GARBUTT. Principal posiUvelyneverpolsonyourlungs. Ifyoa from a. simule colfl should soothe, anri ease the irritated bron- chtel tabes. Don't blindly suppress it with a .poison. It's strange bow somg thinn Fornvcnty years Dr. Shoop warned people not to take cough mixtures or prescriptions containing Opium. taklorolbm, or similar poisons. And Jittle iMa says "Put it on thelmbel, M pofrons are in yovir Cottjfh Jfixture." 'Good I 1! HereafterJor thisveryreasonmothen. Md others, should insist on Dr. Jwnrh Cure. No.ixiison marks on Dr. SbOop'i nowe'in the jnedicine. else ft nract by Jfcw be on tne iabet: Aria its not only safe, but ii lima to be by tlioiw tliat know it best, ft truly n. MruMeconxh remedy. no chance then, Mtfcularly with your children. Insist on Shoop's Cough Compare carefully graboop pnckAfe with others and note No poison ihere! You on tbe safe side by demandint Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure J. JOHNSON. (diagnosed his ailment as chronic to acres of her husband's name on the ground j pendicitis and -said an operation Iland from the A: B. I. Co., just that, he is dead. According to die j might' result in a permanent'cure Canadian law if a man is missing A large jagged scar told of a prc- for seven years, .he is considered dead j vipus and peculiar operation Know- if there is reasonable proof that such j ing the patient-was an Austrian the is the case. The difficulty in this J surgeons" wondered if the operation in one of the I j south of the Church af England and !-1 Ti. C. Moore's cemetery. The land can. be irrigated and it is the inten- tion of the council to put in the-wa- ter and make a beautiful place of it. The entrance will be from West- dead. Kirk lived here in 1900 'on stood aghast when the answer institutions of-Vienna. But they minster Road. The lots will be sold a farm near the city. In that year (from the interpreter, he sold his farm for and left for Spokane, Wash. He intended se- curing employment there and then came removing his family to that place. TTn n "You see he was dug into on thc same basis as those of the Church 01' -KnBrland, the interest on the funds derived from the sale of said the interpreter. "Hev was near i3ots 'being devoted to the keeping of death in Galici'a. He was .in -great the grounds. ______ f.A A' I -what was boarding house. One evening he left Billing to his boarding house and did. not re- turn and no trace of him has since been found. About the was in great 'pain, and thought he would die no he time of his j away, an unknown man He drew his own knife from his pocket and unflinchingly slashed His friends did the :m-d, of.police of Spokane stated that there common thread. with The wound healed and was no resemblance between the man ound and the description of Kirk, j'soon on way i Mrs. Kirk is. now residing, at light, Sask. was now gone wrong. This time will have real surgery. druggist. Weak .women should readi" my "Book No. 4 Tor Women." It was written expressly for women who are well. The Book No. of Dr. Shoop's "Night Cure" and just how these soothing, healing, ant-sep- tic Piippositories. can be successfully applied. The book, and strictly con- fidential advice-': is entirely free. .Write-Dr. WIs. The Night Cure is sold by J. I, Johnson, Daily.) T. B: E. .Edmonton, chief provincial weed inspector for Alberta, was in the city yesterday on his return from the south. He is making his round forming new weed '.nspection districts and appointing inspectors. The Department is going to be very strict. in its enforcement of the Noxious Weeds Act, It is not expected that there will be much trouble, however, as the farmers are cultivating the" land better and 'knov; the weeds that must be looked al- ter. Mr. Henderson has been around Medicine Hat and the. A; R. I. lines and says that the coun- try everywhere is looking fine. The Medicine Hat district needs-a little rain. Around Cardston the crops are! 'T BUY The Material for your shed, or house untill you have seen our iru Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet PO.SUV wit-- wijiwr up wheat is splendid there being no caa-j es of winter killing anywhere. He informed the Herald that North they have hnd a splendid spring being nearly as far advanced as thc south. The peoplo: have; quite got over what feelings of discourage- ment i 'lant fall. Minard'i Uinimnet used by Phy- Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Piaster and Cement in stock. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber 06., Ltd. LethlrUgt, Tikr, Stirling, lapiitf, Migratft, Coierilge A t ;