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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta DAY'S EVENT! AT TABCR In Enjoyable Qtrdtn of Character Not War- ranted I "Tiber, May Hyde, aec- Ireiarj of the Enterprise Lumber Co. krivc-d here from Lethbridge this ed and settled on part of the !cher Creek council held a regular (morning and having transacted some acres purchased by the agency near: meeting in the council chambers last (.business at the company's branch Fruitvale, to the south of Nelson. [hero walked to the river and had a (look at the preparations being made the construction of the new DOUKHOBORf ARRIVE 'Nelson, B. C., May of the Doukhobors for the new colony at Waterloo, on the Columbia'-river, I arrived at their destination tonight, A party of Russian and Polish fanners, under the direction of the B. C. Colonization agency have arriv- ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR PINCHER Pincher Creek, May Pin- NEW MILLS AT REQINA evening. The principal business before the meeting was the third ajici final read- I.bridge, returning to Lethbridg-e in evening by the Spokane flyer. The road in the Main street after [she last two days' rain hag been left Lin a deplorable state, the mud being (.someinches thirxck, making it impos- >le to cross without being ankle jieep. We would suggest that a quan- Ltity of clinkers and ashes should be (.drawn from the Canada West Coal ..depot and spread on the road, ilch besides absorbing all moisture; MOIR'S DEFENCE London, Ont., May 13. i -loir, the 'murderer of would have a so id surface dry eared 3, and the cost would be trifling mj aM wag. remanded of the benefit Kegina, May of the Bylaw No. 31, re the ag- capitalists have been interested in reement between the town and the the Regina flour mills company and I'incher Creek Brick Light Corn- will build a five hundred barrel flour pany. mill and a hundred barrel oatmeal J TQO bylaw was passed and the ag- mill here this smmer. They take reement on the whole was ratified, the place of Flour Mills it the company agrees to install Company which was dt-siroyed by and have in operation an electric fire. .light plant within a year. Pincher i Creek is thus assm-ed of a good light j ing system which should be thorough- Private ly appreciated by the citizens. The Lloyd streets will' be. lighted as we'-l as pri- vate houses. af-1 ,The Board of'Trade, _ through. Mr. T Iternoon. It is. said that Moir Jackson and T. Lebel asked the gamed. In any if not prepared geek to thftt g coundl for ft t'for the e 1 for the whole scheme, sufficient clink- J :-rs might be drawn to make crossings epileptic fits. John Lavrrence has of Crecting suitable buildings at Gal- offered to start a fund to aid in his Sary during the Dominioa exhibition on the road leading to the railway j iepot and the other openings which' U-ould be of great service to residents! L the south side of the town andj. BAB'ES having business transactions inj imilPeo' ilay. Mike Korspau-! Uat quarter. ikl aW3yared city hall today1 ROOSEVELT SCORED A Red Hot of President of the United States by a Leading Democrat American newspaper all Union, regardless of politics, are quoting selections from the notable speech of Congressman Beall, of which he delivered in Con- gress the first Thursday in Ap'.'il. Congressman Beall charged the President with usurping powers given to him by the constitution, and cred- ited .the President with having ap- pointed three judges of the Supreme Court of the United States and a ma- jority of the United States Circuit and District judges, without author- ity. The President, he charged, not content with. the exercise of the same power exercised by Washing- ton, Jefferson; Jackson, Lincoln, Grant and" McKinley, but in his over- powering ambition. reaches out with eager hand and. .exercises powers not dreamed of by them." The "milk in the cocoanut" is re- served for the last of his address and it furnishes good reading, it. is un- doubtedly'the lyst word picture of the great central figure of the nation Laurier Scored a Clever Hit Ottawa, May a matter of courtesy and in the hope that sobsr sound .though might induce a more reasonable frame of mind on a pur- blind opposition, the government to- day acceded to the Opposition's re- quest for a cessation of hostilities and comparatively non- contentious bills were in agenda for the day's sitting of the House It was a truce by. courtesy, yet as matters develop- ed, it opJy served to emphasize the nasty temper of tbe Opposition. Any suggestion of amicable relations wasj by HoD; G. E: SUIT OF INTEREST TO THE FARMERS ON AT MACLEOD Macleod, May the Supiamt his case. From examine Court before Chief Justice Sifton yes- terday most of the facts of the case of American-Abell Engine Co. versus tion of discovery, he placed in court the sworn evidence of the acknowledging the contract to jtb.8 machine, the delivery and receipt _ I W Isaacson Brothers were brought out !of the machine m the evidence of George Isaacson, j machine> and that the secretary of the firm and Frank ,had been made OQ .fc Isaacson, the engineer. The case is of no KH.--.-, g for displaying an exhibit of the resources of the Pincher Creek dis- i ever presented to the public. itrict. The council granted a Read The us purpose, of are sparing no Congress, he declared, was no long- er an executive department. "It is .with his wife and two babies. He pains to the the best j simply a record the will Morrow L. L. iooking for work aml trfed. to they can procure and they expect tojof the man at'the'other c-nd of the ..f St. Johns Cnurch, Medicine Hat i bdbe Baifd .Q the. gtreet com. have a show of -rain, minerals, coal] avenue." and it did not deserve am- is announced to give a lecture on Ire-, office b offei- to Land m the Knox Church on Friday jhima pregent Q{ the hext, 15th mst. It is sure to be was declinecL I ittended as there are quite a large j ______'_........; _ I number of Irish residents who willj kurn out en masse to "hear something i the "Ould Country." Messrs. Heuser and Evans, build- brs and contractors, complain very! I strongly (and not without reason) of and timber, and will endeavor to f_ show that the Pincher- Creek district is second to none in Alberta. Mr. Jno. Bramiff up. before Foster, who affected great concern because of the possible protection of the inquiry into the charges affecting the marine and fisheries department owing to Mr. Justice Cassels' decis- ion to give first attention to his court duties. A few weeks ago Mr. Foster's chief desire seemed to' be discredit the inquiry about to be undertaken by Mr. Justice Cassels and to place j George Isaacson, the eldest of the jury, which brothers. ejtA the general manas. u. jxnooes, v. er oj C0ncern was Murison, J. McCarthy, J. A. Struth- ers, C. H. Baker and R. Dilworth. The defendants are four brothers, first witness the defence and in the box for nearly four hours, They bought the engine from Annable r uwuguu MIC ti-iKmt mjLijL George, Oscar, William and Frank Chaplin Qf claresholm who obstacles in its way, but today he jtor for t. Isaacson and. their They are homosteaders twenty miles from Clareshohn, where they have a. section and a quarter of land: The plaintiffs are represented by Gorman McKenzie K.C., of Regina, the solic- respect from him or the people than it now received. "He wields the big stick with one Mr. Beall continued, "and a appeared to be consumed with anx- iety because it was not proceeding fast enough. Apart from this his criticism of what he could call the government's inaction, laid itself open to censure on other grounds and the premier did not fail to take advan- of the opening. The member for Toronto bad sought to place the responsibility for the delay on the shoulders of the government. Why had they not appointed, a deputy to company and W. 3d. Campbell of Macleod and the defend- ants by Colin Macleod of Macleod. In stating his case to the jury, Mr. McKenzie related that in January, the defendants hart signed and capable of drawing ten ploughs- Hearing reports of the failure some of the engines of this make he. wrole his fears to the company who replied on Feb. 3 that the, 'engine was already on the way and was alright every particular. Witness then re- lated the story of the unloading of the engine of its leaking badly on jits first trip, and a long- story of breaks and failures "as well as delavs contract a thirty horse-, getting repalrSi power' Ploujh-njr .ngine from the com expertSj c B Pany lor and later had sign- veral times to fr ica three notes in payment. Since then the engine has remained in their possession but nothing has Taeen paid on it for they claimed that the do tbe work and let the inquiry i t- j I j U.V -iwy UJ.AV, j AN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE on on a! fountain, pen with the otlier, and be i ceed? he: asked. This just the Port Arthur, Out., May 11 nomhlatd was last .lo bertain public and press comments i meeting of Mr. in regard to the building of the Fire! "d 'J1 f. tonight fT.Ti pendent; The Liberals also have a Socialism. Earl Kirkham of Lethbridge, who Hall, or we should say more 'partic-L, i 4 candidate in the field, ularly to the construction of tbe three! 2lls. They desire it to be publicly __ known that "the.structure was built) 'N' B: WANT TO VOTE 'was thrown from, a horse and hurt" exactly according to the plans and! John' "B., May depu- has Pincher Creek and specifications and if the doors of the of waited on Premier will S0on be at work again. nils were weak enough to asking rtliat franchise: The Pincher Creek Quadrille Club prisoners to break out (which hap-j b" ?i.ven tr' premier. are holding another Of their regular Dened on two occasions) they are consideration during; dances on Thursday night. charge of assaulting Mr. Hardy Miles, .raises havoc with both. a bron- several- witnesses heard, cho buster and a trust buster, the only difference being, that in busting aj broncho he blindfolds the animal, and in busting a trust he blindfolds himself. He can draw the best bead on a wildcat, buv be can't get a his worship fined Mr. Bramiff the! candidate costs of the collrtj which araounted holding a meeting is addressing a small au- dience on the- principle and aims of ion the constitution at all. He is a .0 blame having no authority to alter ;he plans on which their contract was They desire that this .public- Iiy should be given and the blame if! my placed -on the proper shoulders, i The town constable also comes iiij announcement of tbe 'policy of I the government will be made- next; cf tbe Legislature. i SUPREME COURT OFF TO NEW YORK ______ Ottawa, Ont., 'May :or -a share of comment. Surely he! Sp-eaker Marcil, Hugh Guthrie, M.P. be expected to sit in his office i and E' Macplierson, M. P. left light and day watching prisoners, nor. expected that he should tonstantly be on guard at the pound cattle are impounded to prevent heir breaking out as occurred the ther day. Put the blame on those who ;s'anc-j Bonnell List of Civil Cases to be attendee annual banquet of the .faj Scott last night for New York where thev Canadian Club in .that city tonight! and reply'to toasts to Canada. and Furman have com-1 (From Friday's Daily.) menced the erection of a brick black-I The sittings of tbe Supreme court smith shop on" the lot adjoining their j will be held here by Mr.Justice Scott, ioned these plans, and not damage he fair fame of-a firm that has built a good reputation. livery and Sale stabJe_ Qeo Perry i commencing next Tuesdav Mar A lawn social m connection with J has .lhe contract for the brick work. The civil is Ua" Theodore Sj The contract states that the work criminal docket contradiction. He declabns against race suicide, and insists on keeping a tariff on safety pins and baby bug- gies. ''He cultivates -the artistic. He Paul Morton and is now frescoing the reactionaries with a tint of blue.. "He can see a war cloud before breakfast, but gets color-blind before lunch time. "He is generotis. .Given the power by and with the advice and consent of the Senate to make treaties, he is willing to relieve that body of this onerous duty and dd it all himself; "He is a magician. He can trans- form our "Uncle a'roaring lion before us in tbe House, into a pur- ring- Kitten at "the House. "He'is'the Sandow of'the centurv. opportunity Sir Wilfrid wanted. For days, he said, the government had been endeavoring to get ahead with some of the bills on the order paper, and among these was a'bill amending the exchequer court act and providing that the registrar of "the court might take over the duties of Mr; Justice Cassels whenever deemed necessary. Time and time again tbe government had .commenced to proceed with these bills and to secure the appropriations necessarv to carrv on the business of was "seless although they one time Sir, SicDonald, the general mac-ager, told them, the company would fix the engine right. The ex- perts did not give the engine a very good name. Scott, a general agent. ploughing and threshing jfor the comp promised that if" IClMjJ __ J -i O rt _ _ with it in 1906 and 190 They had taken money for the work but yet claimed S4.000 damages because it vras unsuitable. Mr. in presenting his clients' side, of the case claimed that the engine- was Jnot according to the contract, they had not received- value for the notes as the engine contract- ed for had not been delivered, and hence they the default of any payments. -As; a counter claim thev the country and" at every: step they jaskea for loss of time, 'for expenses incurred 'and for loss of business. The company had agreed to replace the faulty engine -srith an- had been met with deliberate obstruc- tion, vlf there had been delay in con- nection' with the Cassels inquiry the -s i 'onsibility rested not on the goy- not done so. The they would keep the machine and do ac -w-an Sc They could with, it, the company would trade it for a new 1907 ng, Mr. and Mrs. Bobbins. Miss j iker, Mr. Robert Anderson, Mr. L.! Joe Cans, the Favorite in Tonight's arson, Mr. Powell. Mr. and Mrs.! Battle San Francisco. Mav 14. sreat nations of the Western j Talbot Chisholm (An- Galliher and Powrfl. Mr. and Mrs. j L-venson, Mrs." Kellv, Mr. J. East-1 of the criminal case against Y. j Hugh Guthrie, member of the Can-1 Maclean S. Shepard brought by Mrs. Monroe adian Parliament, from Ontario, who' the in, Mr. Jones, Mr. G. A. Clampstt. j will go into the ring at the Coliseum j -mght ,n nil probability PT HARBOTTLE COM- NG SACK T" T P ,PT. -HARBOTTLE COMING BACK fighting Boer. night the last sitting of the court in Lethbriclge. On the suggestion of Mr. Justice Beck, the criming pro- 10 to 3 cwn were discontinued on the ac- Edmonton. Hay Har- j cused assigning his interest in the bought from Mrs. Munroe dropped from 2 to 1 to 1 to 3 1-2 and i Ed. McKeiuie to C. V. Bennett. Su- the Gans supporters were still tak had for his topic, "Tin Hon. Frank Oliver's bill to author- Last Great jzp the exchange of certain school lands in the West for other Domin was given a third reading. ttle who Jeft some weeks ago ing the money offered by the follow- Lh his accounts as collector of Tn-iers of the short end. ,d Revenue short, is to be ;k in Edmonton today or lomoi- c, where he will the authorities if he is wanted. friends state that his rapid re- pery from his serious- operation last .r at Rochester. Minn., shat- Gans did preme court clerk, as trustee for the parties. This was done and a writ [issued against Arnold E. Wilson of not work _ yesterday but j {or pfiyment of the today or tomor- j uown to J33-pounds m the atter- of the purchasemoney due under his surrender himself noon so tnat ringside weighing-in agreement with Shepard. should be a mere formality for the two Houk vs Pam% c_ for boys The men who are to fight for w_ a fQr championship of is an action brought by G. world are to weigh in stripped at Houk against M. Parry his nerves for a time and re-1 pounds ringside. and McB ghivelv for thf, Je_ covery of two horses, a cab, and set FATHER LOST HIS LIFE tcfl in his rocont departure. Since n he has boon- undergoincr trent- it and is now coming home with a nd entirely of his own accord. It likely that his friends will make the short-ajre. SYLUM T PONOKA arc un-. preparation in the department of ilic works for the asylum to be cr- id nt Ponoka nt a cost of i. Eight himrlrorl acres of land c been purchased by the govcrn- it. Excavations will be commcnc- this year. of harness, which he claims were tak- K..-nora, May a! en out of his possession by Parry, as fire In his home this morning and be-! chief of police, and delivered" to fore help arrived, Joseph Ferterier, an j Shively and also for damages .for de- old resident here succeeded in getting; tx-ntion of the same. Clara Saunders bis wife and four children from the J and Samuel A. Johnson have since burning but in doin so j the issue of the writ been added as lost own life. He was forty-five J defendants. A years of age. West." paid eloquent tribute to the marvellous wheat producing lands of the Canadian Northwest, territory. Mr. Oliver's bill to amend the Yukon Other speakers at the banquet, j placer "'mining act was reported from which was attended by about 300' committee. Canadians most of tbrm residents of New York, included Ambassador j Bryce, George Tate Bhickstock. K.C., of Toronto: Justice J. W. Longley, of "NT. S.; T.ipnt, Governor D.O. Fraser, of Halifax; Robert George McPherson, M.P., of Vancouver. During the banquet British airs were sung with great enthusiasm. Justice Lonfflev whose subject, was Hon. Geo. P. Graham's bill to re- was inserted reading. A provision which allows a sinle -The Relation Between Canada, Great! "f and to Provid' for relic Britain and the United Cassels. which caused a de EARTHQUAKE IN N. S. Trarmouth, "N, S.. May. 14.-A most hibition Toronto, May absolute pro- be obtained; the Pres. perceptible shock of earthquake was bytcrian synod of Toronto and Kin felt here at midnight. Houses trem- ton sossion here today ex. bled and loud claps of thunder ac- pressed. itself in favor of the sale of compnnicd the shock. No damage is liquor being p1aced under the'direct reported. 'control of government officials. sprung a surprise expressing would not always remain, a depend- ency of the British crown. Ambassador Bryce, in a certain sense, took issue with him, saying cuiimuBSiuiic-i' o um nques ttliu report to the board, which can take action in respect thereto as it may see fit. The bill to amend the exchequer lief of debate of the session> on his hearers early the-opinion that Canada reached in Vle cvenillg and a third reading. files are easily and quickly check- he believed the'patriotism of Dr" Shoop's Hagic adians, and their feelings towards} Great Britain were never than now. AX WEDDING The marriage of Mr. TI. Jlilton Mar tin to. Mias Beatrice Beck, daughter of Mr. Justice Bock, takes place at St. Joachim's church, Edmonton, on Julv 2nd. t I will mail a small trial stronger box us a convincing test. Simply ad- dress Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. I sure- ly would not send it free unless I was certain that Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment would stand the test. Re- member it is expressly and alone for swollen, painful, bleeding or itching piles, either external or internal. Large jar 50e. J. Johnson. bv J. fFrom Thursday's Daily.) On Wednesday night, the till of the Ma-cleod station was tapped and taken. A description of the suspect- ed person was sent put and last night Constable Gillespie gathered in a fellow by the name of Ernest Hayes, wbu answered Uie uescrlpliuii aud who rode in from Macleod on a freight yesterday. He was locked up in the barracks on the charge of steal- ing a ride until the Macleod officials can see whether be is their man or not. He was without money but claims to have'lost while riding on the train.. Where Shaking is Respectable A Draft off furnace dome, with no other assistance, is potvtrless to oaercotne the dust nuisance in shaking time. Only surplus dust rises of itself above the fire. Great bulk descends into ash-pit, and unless legiti- mate outlet is therein prooided, dust will etcape through ash-door and Into operator's face. In "Sunshine" Furnace the legitimate dust outlet is pfo- uided.' It's a great big dust- pipe running straight from ash-pit to dome, thence to chimney. When big pipe damper is opened, all dust in ash-pit ascends to dome; then, when direct drafts are opened, all dust passes up chimney. Always the clean and quick dust route in "Sunshine" Furnace via. grate, to pan, to dust-pipe, to dome, to chimney, to open air. Write to us for "Sunshine" testimonials received from your own townspeople. LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG McCIaryi VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON 1 CALGARYi The McKeOwn-Hick Hardware Co., Lethbridge, Alta, ;