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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta te News for Live Wireleu Arranged for Easy Reading Toronto, May Brett Mar- Toronto's leading lady lawyers will oppose Hon. Dr. Pyne, jniniater ol education in Toronto East, at the forthcoming provincial, elec- tions. Miss Martin is the, first wo- Xew York, special cable from Ixjndon to the York Her- Mattewau, X. J., May B. Sheppard. a farmer who lived about in the history oi the Dominion Or Scotland scociana. to be nominated for Parliamentary a resident J a rtsiatm ol Awilors- aid today says: The decision handed four miles south of Matte wan, his down in the Chancery court yesterday j wife and a servant Jenny holding that a divorce secured in Da- JDendjV wero found dead in the farm kota was not valid either Canada 'house today. It is believed they were Stirling murdered. An infant, still alive, but Columbia, is de-j badly injured, was found lying near of estates" in Scotland worth the bodies. BOVRlL'rcnovates the blood and builds up muscle and nerve. It is good for children, athletes and good for all. Forest, Out., May .Smith, of the banking firm of L. H. __ St. Paul, Minn., May 14 -The Cleveland, Ohio, May j Co. and liberal candidate Democratic-convention today ly endorsed John A. Johnson, as pres-imarked Mrly hours of thfe stnke oi idential candidate and at the and motormen on the time by a vote of 772 to 166 refused to'Iines of the MuQicipal Traction Co. MOTH I HO WftONQ WITH TNI UNION Coleman J. at tht-CUanttt and and It Not in Dtrtftr Los- ing Its to The Herald made a bad blunder yesterday. We stated that.'the Li- cense commissioners had 'granted the Union Hotel at Taber three months extension of license when another plication must be presented, .and the cominisioners convinced that the com- plaint had been remedied. Now all these remarks should have applied to the Royal Hotel, Taber. not'the i Union. The Union hotel has been J ported upon as one of the c'.canest lose our old friend Mr. G. I manager o' the P. Burns C in this.place. He has bought out a business in Grassy Lake, near which town his ranch is located and leaves to take over his new venture on .the first-of this month. If the success his efforts own store that at- tended them in the one he had in 'charge here we can predict prosperity hinvin ihe future. Mrs. Porter and .the family will remain here till July-that the children may take ad- vantage of the graded school and on the promotion examinations Black Watch CHINAMAN in June. mormng He wrote a letter Jn which he fcrn-d to mental strain caused by his dedare in favor of William position as candidate and other mat- Bryan as second choice- ters. He was 57 years old and un- anarried. His business affairs are all ifc splendid shape both in connection bank and property. ?T .T l 1 TT at 3 o clock this morning lol- Cheyenne, Wyo., May The i a stormy all night meeting ot state convention today ths carmen- The order went into ef NO USE FOR MIKE .-Campbellton, X. B., May 14.-WWle Poughkeepsie, 3T. Y., 15 -Har- at Shieves Lumber Co. today ry K. Thaw, who is seeking by hab- selected delegates to the national con-1fect at 5 From tfae begin- vention and instructed them forining there was 4rouole in getting the William J. Bryan. cars oui- disturbanc- es of -any consequence took place at the Lakeview carbarns where the Chief of Police Kehler was struck bv Hour men lost their lives by drown- eas corpus proceedings to obtain stone hurled at the ft The men were working in a freedom from the state asylum for sympathizer. An effort to move boat repairing the haul-up the criminal insane at Mattewan cars from the- Lakeview Man Acquitted of Murder Not Wanted In Apparatus for the Boxes Frank, May H. Gebo, ma- Anybody who has been a guest at this hott-1. will ajree with the inspector Mr. Dobbs is'a man who alwavs ind Annie Laird left Saturday by the evening- express for an. extended visit to their old home- aims to give the public the of jon Vancouver Island. Annie suffered weeks from a mild but service and accommodation and the Herald regrets that unrig :ihe name of Union Hotel in error terday we did him an We can say quite freely that from 'our own experience that the Union is one aager of the C. A. C. C. Co., who of tnci oest hotels in the province .and FINED The Chinaman, Yip Foon, who go so curious about the fire 'alarm box was fined and costs very depressing attack of typhoid fe-jtrate Humphries for being so fond yer and looks forward to her .trip to information. .The Chink fully restore her to her usual robust i denied breaking the glass, the box and breaking the Icey, sayiM{ health. in the mill slip about 120 yards declared by district attorney Jerome's as bv the strikers. The men trom the shore. The anchor slipped exo Dr i on ttie cars tbe has been absent for several days re- turned last night. It is stated that he has ordered a screening ap- for the mine and when the a credit to Mr. Dobbs and to Taber, Tenders for the plumbing Ol the thac he went to the box to post hall have been let, Johnston, the milkman, how the boat which had sank almost iznxnediately. fill curable paranoiac whose confinement demanded by consideration o: pub- and mariied. All the men were-residents of Camp- lie safety and Dr. Amos L. Baker as- serted from his observations made in the asylum that he was of the op- that Thaw would endanger pub- Shreveport, La., May people are known to be dead and lie safety if freed. -many others are -injured as the result _______ of a tornado which swept across Massillon, May the Mbrthwest Louisiana late last night, laboratory Of Hassillon State Hospi- The little town of Gillian, twenty-five tal Dr. 0. Brien today, reiterated anfles north of Shreveport was des- a statement made by him before the and the town of Bolin on the American Medico Association Conven- side of the river in Bossier Par- tion at Cincinnati! that he had dis- badly wrecked. It is stated the germ of paresis and that rashed to barDS' for all six hundred tons per In tie melee stones and clubs up used and manv were slightlv injured jday- He is gomg to iQSta11 e1'' The cars are being stopped on Iight for the town and sections of the city by the strikers andtmore' Ue towa of Frank havinsr becn the .work of the destruction disease is curable. summed was complete onry two results of his experiments two declarations: j their friends. A Payne Ave. car 'derailed by a rail thrown across the montlls- .tracks. The crew on a St. Glair car J At thc were dragged from- the car and as-jBelcher sauited. The motorman's scalp the of a splendid piece of dedared the Chink had no letter. the C.P.R. tracks east Part of this is c this locality within and several settlers the past week, are coming daily. Mr. C. Griffin, from Derby by the C.P.R. Co. and part by the Co. and both have agreed to [let the club have it. The surveyor) has been to work on it and with the j meeting was held at" Rockj FOOTBALL AT KOOKY COULEE in intensely interesting and largeh expenditure of a comparatively small; Coulee on Saturday evening of fifty men tore up the car tracks on the CJ traffic was stopped. For the most ione moath in Macleod jail. Also i part people -walked to their places of business this morning. Mike Clows (from Eeagon, near Kd -For the same reason. Mike Phillips, who 'was acquitted for the England, who arrived some time conrPtifPri T fol, lwitil and family has t sentencea i. farm of L Q Walton Town 'amount the field will be levelled, fenc' Jfst- for the Purpose of organising Rocky Coulee Association Foot club for the season of 1908. officers were electtd: on these new athletic grounds. j Hon- Resident, J. McLean, Esr Hev. Mr. Maine conducted anniver-1 services in the Presbyterian i is ,a grand stand, and stealing It is proposed to have most- freignt trains the 1st of July Sports pulled o.li the iOth Century Exchange being responsible' for a great many sales. j Owing to the exceptionally heavy i First Hon. President, Andrew Eus and the warm weather of the' awnainmg intact. The had a two declarations: That paresis! was population of about two hundred. fe undoubtedly a germ disease, 7 O'ciock that -that the germ has been discovered, {rioting occurred. May ex- that wtile in the experimental stage. mjtLe inauguration of the strike there of Lewis, and trouble. It was not until y semblance of Halifax, K. S-. decision of a coroner's sufficient tests have been made to returned to Frank Wednesday night, but owing to his unsavory character {around here was not received in a [friendly manner. However past the Old Man River is ris- j Cm-irch Sunday, preaching both mor- and evening as well as Second Hon' Resident, C. S. Noble mg rapidly, large portions of the j banks near the old Electric Light tne school and the Chris' Company's Power Station, being KndeavOr. Fairly good congre- Jury is reported from Glace Bay. An show that paresis is curable and that La Porte> Ind-- Mav burial inquest" had been held over the re- specific basis to point to night of K- Helgelein ins of an infant which had prob- definite results. died causes, but be- s the "birth-had been concealed, Sask- IS.-Harry authorities took action. They had resulted -from an un- ancT forthwith ordered kenzie- a derk collection de- partment of the International Harves- marks the beginninf of the final stage in the Guiness farm mysteries as far as human knowledge is The two more corpses; supposed to have been those ol Jennie Olson aud! child's remains- -thrown on Saiurday as a resttlt of deapond- fiin38eif throa8h heade BuaDurg ne been partially iden- the-furnace of the town-hall for Public indignation -has the affair.1 -The mo- Is'-in-the hospital. health- the The at an hour few people were around, in fact tified but to the -identity of -the re- maining bodies ao clue exists. The Potters Field is most likely to i be the ultimate resting place of these he was to leave the town at once and SQ he left. The Frank Wine Spirit Co. are building a large substantial brick j bonded which is well ad- concerned, i Danced uiid it is .their, intention, to establish .an inland, revenue ia con- i their already bended foreign wines and li- swept away daily, the Power House the visitor from! itself, which is novr used as greeted pork! that in the evening packincr establishment, being in. ioa-ifortably the church. jnent danirer of serving the llain. while a very optimist; j preacher, is not as enthusiastic us A sample of fall wheat measuring! would be expected from his eighteen inches was Third Hon. President J. Graves Esq. President. Jno." Clarke. Vice-President, H. Knight, Secretary-Treasurer, F. B. penny. Capt. T. Lee. Vice-Capt, A. Caznp- Half and finance commiit-i-e. town today by one of j warehouse for {quprs. is to be commenced, on the' London} May for tho of i, Augustine for Jreland'ior the1 the'ft'Of the Bablin-egstle, was Toronto, Qnt., Hay _____________B report that she could not be nom- tte demand made by an elderly'man inated for'East Toronto, Kiss Clara this aftein'don -'before the magistrate Martin "the report is'premature; of police court. Tie no one heard the shoL 'Death -was t several bodies. Yesterday witnessed instantaneous, the ball entering the two' conclusive findings regarding tie right temple- j bodies' unearrhM br who bridged Mrs. Guiness' lower jaw if she th6 of getting with artificial -teeth established that the piece-''of jaw bofie found in thej Pinkuey of Frank has applied to the Alberta government to ap- pointed, coroner for .the C. Beach, co ing resigned to his duties customs collector. Mr. DempseJ'of the Maple coal jsent-'sito.-t" just been appropriated by the upon suggestive gestures Much discussion is going on in con- from her skull. otber subscribed'- to by the- three j showed that- the body 'iound in the i turned from Spokane and'. Seattle j reports, that he has made a 45 contract for coal. applicant who" claims to be an Irish Totes ind; inoneV TO run nexj barnyard--was that of Andrew "barrister handed -up a Statement camPai8n she-may enter" the contest, lein.- Barging that "Lord Aberdeen, Miss is nominated "-she to of the'town." This will do away with j 4 !rhe which would bes jneceisarv to' conrect the new ,from LetbhrWfftj with the main line.1 ,_ aua nnance .committee. brouRht mto Bulges m no flights of oratory Wm. Sherwood, S. McKav, E. Lacleod's far hmd; word such as held !he Judging from the manifested by the ching of Christ and holds thei> arit1 lie large sum having plainly and depended quito -x 8011j will Congest the has ever placed on the field in its history. The possibility of entering a league with other neighboring teams is being eonairWelL In time the club is desirous of arrang- ing for friendly games 'and correspond1 ence with the. secretary-treasurer re- j garding. the, same, is this and other much needed improve- seemed to be in perfect His lecture tonight on his trip lr.no .to Da wson wilf ect-iwti -with the -proposed removal by ninety lantern st P. Uv. station from its prs- of which nrere taken hy i, ..Y. W.C. A; May is the 'Lieutenant 'of Ireland and" Bir- wfll. K. had'-commited the theft in junction.11 Conservative in the new seat tor Toronto Alderman Joseph He declared that'in support of'this RusseU and Dr. Bryan charge- he had- circumstantial evi- Liberal- There is no- provision in Senee of. ah extraordinary -character. the women being the stfAement have no vote in -and read it, after; which he told the Provincial Miss Martin applicant that he' could if. he desired Sfrs.there be in'her elec- proceed -through the attorney general uPset on the ground that or .the public, prosecutor. The.C Irish- the should 'not it prevents her from e, exertions of -the Jrauk and- property holders are in a stale; closing'day'of the Y. W C 4. cam- Boara of Trade the. post de- Of nxtreme man thereupon commenced to argue >oe in favor ..of immediate action on-the voting- }J. "part.: of. the Litter Ucied the officials to remove him Montreal, May the Primate of air Ireland arrived" this -'The methods by which" the victims were put-to death probably will never b.l> known and the identitly of the se- ven, corpses is another- puzzle: The extent--td which Ray Lamphere shared in the secret of Mrs. Gumess-is! third. The state insists that it has positive evidence against Lamphere and the defence positively states that the prisoner can not be-proven guilty i of setting the fir? or having participate i ed in-the murders. The grand it is aiuiouiieed, will begirt to investi-! gate the evidence sathcrsd Ly oher-j iff Smutzer and Prosecutor Smith on: Monday. j partment has sent to Frank two post office boxes which are installed at the C.P.R. station, one for the and j one .for .the jbenetit of the public .as. trains arrived late at night and. .early ,in the morning. nt_foy building. The which "-leaves to erect CHTNAMAN' Tho Cb'iia- man suffering-' from 'leprcsey, r., feerman Iate .president of the C. A. JC- Co. is packing- up his effects leave for Butte, Montana next COWLEY here Friday was i near. Portage la Prairie i.morf to- be raised today. Saturday day' brought, back here was the best day of the campaign so j in charge of a constable ant .far, the total receipts-being more watched in May "has been j of which J. :C.-.Eaten, president oi the falling almost continually since Thurs i T-'Eaton company, gave -This 4 A. ROUND-UP Spokane, Wash., May thousand range horses are to be cor- ralled and several hundred colts May W. Bow- Catholics. 'Eegarding home rule, hejthe iacts said he always had and always would: May addition to mentioned 1J1 in -the Kittitas Val- that Mrs. Belle, represents the meat mar- of lus notified Winston There could never b-anv real pros WS for Ireland until she obtained attention; to question him -in the home rule Regarding the attitude of the pres-. step, legisative or othenns, he pro- ,nfr Liberal party towards the irishporway _ poses to take to prevent the Armours question, Cardinal Lo-ue said thlt-1 Sathered here ;ind at Trondhjem many jthe end M June" "Bill" ej'. southwest of Spokane. Guiness. who was the central figure iTaylor' frontiersman: and veteran in the La Porte murder mystery who has been in the saddle of Peter Paulson, a than 37 in this Part of "lie best is ex- The .Associated Complete the work before Horsemen say there day. May 8th, and the rivers are ex- i -largest .single -subscription yet j tremely high, which is some .two received. weeks earlier than.usual. The crops; are in prime condition every-1 DRY FARMING LECTURES Po'.Bts to u- banner yield on a i sLi_i_i r.-. mcreased acreage Sowing of professor Campbell Wili crops is M-eJl advanced and the! Through Southern Alberta I? is making a fine showing. of the hicrh water in I. __ I Kfimonto.n. May department} of agriculture has arranged for a S' r- of dry farming lectures again this The Garbutt Business Of C.-ilu-nry in Tppin-aphy. wi yniployi? expert vountr .people Tor and Tor 'pi-o'spr-ews "L." any ,37-0' F. G. GARBUTT. Prindn.] up the the which is very much candidate J a bridge will poll a solid-vote among j jtho.se who live on the wrong, side of! the river. I This effect and have not even put it jt querj is based on the state- in their nlatfdrm for c----- platform ior election. audience3_ while the other has never been rop- than-might have been ex- of new capital for the he calling The Cardinal denied xlea being to avoid the tolls and resentatives at Melbourne ges levied at the Smithfield mar- claims that the of this scheme said a word about it. The whole thing destroy the business of the Eng- and f was fabricated by reporters in X.-TT f x salesmen> Vork who wanted to make a will not be able to compete if American packers are permitted to feade on such terms. dteclc early colds or Grippe with "Proventlct" sure defeat for Pneumoniii. To slop a cold Prevaincs is saler than to let it run and vbliffed to cure it afterwards. To be sure Pre- ircntics will cure even a deeply seated cold, but WKCR the sneeze break, or otf these ewly colds. That's surely better That's nrhy they are Called Preventics. Fterenticsare little Candy Cold Cures. No Quin- ine, no' physic, nothing sickening. Nice for the Children-ami thoroughly safe too. If you feel tfcmy. if yon sneeze, if yon ache all over, thinlc of frercnttes. Promptness xnay half your liml sickness. And don't forgx-t your child, if fevcrishnesg. nijrhtorday. Herein prob- fWy lies Preventics' irreatest efficiency. So3d ia g boxes for the pocket, also in 25c boxes of 48 JnvreiiDcs. Insist on your druggists giving yoo tion." Asked whether Irish were nrnfprnno- tn f s-nsa- emigrants to travel with his company everywhere in the country and wa ed. They have caused numerous are not afraid of any specially well known in Christiana horseraan on the .The -range during the epoch when the yearly "fan existed. An old artist friend of Paulson'5 was found here today. His name -s Julius He savs he knew horses are of better quality than in years, and there are fewer cayuses. Many of the animals cut out in the round-up fetch high prices after be- ing broken to saddle or harness. Tay- Lincoln. Nvb., in Southern Alberta.! ior parhanientarv honors T -n t_ n i Lectures will be-as tollows: can hold out the best hones for -Ar r A T- 7_ 1 Hat. June lo. j Cardston. Jnnc 16. j Magrath. June 17. j Raymond, 13. Stirling. June 19. 20. Pincher. June 22. Macleod. 'June 23. Clarfsholm. June 24. A'anton, June 25. High River, June 26. Queen's College KINGSTON. A very successful concert was held I in the Methodist on of broke out of a corral iets- -sojos. recitations was' thorough-1 after being enJoved by the. audience which pected on account of the inclement weather. Rev. AY. H.' Scelcy of pincher Creek preached on this circuit-mission on Sunday last and visited friends in the district. He also made- a trip Frank on Monday. In view of nearness of conference this will ARTS EDUCATION THEOLOGY MEDICINE SCIENCE (Including The Arts Course maybe taken with-1 out attendance. For Calendars, write the Registrar, GEO. Y. CHOWH, B.A., 3 Kingston, Ontario. lor declares that in a few years the his last official visit to the Paulson at Karlstadt in 1363 when t J.Tr f -i i T TT i T th P last band wild horses in Washing, uelds of .which he has been Paulson was from thirty to thirty- four years old. Bastell says he was wonderfullv clever and ths ton will be rounded up and branded, and the ranges given over to a more j T, -i profitable branch "of the agricultural ada instead ot United States, he said i best imitator of birds. He made mucn 'B ,they were not. When they emigrated, j money from his exhibitions. His i J. JOHNSON. he said, they preferred to go some- where where the English flag did not fly. That :was why many -syent to the United States. 'Another reason why they did not- come to Canada was be- cause Canada has such severe win- ters, their belief being that in Can- ada they would have' six months work in summer and six months idleness in winter. He expressed his admira- tion for what Jie had seen of Canada, saying it was? truly a great country. When reminded that Ireland could be dropped into one of the Great Lakes without making a. splash, he exclaimed, you bet, without a splash, you bet." tendent for the past three years. Rev. i C. Bishop is closing up his work the year and will .spend next year at college. Indianapolis, In'd., May McGaughery, a former commissioner and prominent as a local Republican politician shot himself dead today. that the case never has'bedn" finished daughter, who was about six or eight years of age accompanied him. He is described as having been a brutal j man and lavish with his money. i Belle Paulson was confirmed M Christiana and South Norway in 1875. Her family at that time lived lux-j uriously. The girl's confirmation dress! was ordered from''Paris. Shortly af- terwards Paulson retired from, busi- ness and invested his savings in a glassware business. His daughter re mained at Christiana, Bastell says, and in 1880 or 1890 married 'an .en- gineer. Bastell has not seen her since 1890. Old Paulson is said to died hist year at Nasvik from-the ef- fects of falling down a flight of stairs. It is reported that the daughter be- fore leaving Norway was a partici- pant in suit in the divorce court and DON'T BUY The Material for your shed, barn or hotise untill you have seen our in. '.Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet x: :c k- SHIRTS The button-hole for the stud, in the back the neck in our shirts, is not placed in tlie neck-band as it is in all other shirts. Instead, there's a small flexible tab Of stout cotton with a button-hole in it, as illustrated. Easy _to put in the stud, and it cannot chafe te neck. This feature alone should make every man give Tooke Shirts a that the shirt will do its own talking. Tooke Shirts are the only shirts that have this tab feature. tb TOOKE BROTHERS, LIMITED MONTREAL. 27 Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. lethbridge, Taker, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge ;