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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Volume III Lethbridge, Alta., 'Wednesday, October SCHOOLS ARE CROWDED BADLY Eighty-Four New Pupils During the Last Month ROOMS ALL FULL Large Increase Over At- tendance a Year Ago The attendance'at the public schools continues lo increase at a very rapid rate. At the regular school board meeting last night -Supervisor Hamil- ton reported that during the month SLICK ARTIST HAS BEEN CAUGHT Operated in Stations 61" the in Cranbrook H. Mansfield has been arrested at Cranbrook, B. C., charged with mm-uaming passengers on the C. P. K., and his preliminary hearing re- for eight days. The C. P.; R. police believe they have in'Mansfield the man who has turned several tricks recently at Cranibrook. and other depots toy .means of changing '520 bills. The following is "the way t is done: Just, as a train is.about to start from a, depot, a man jumps on ffers to accommodate Mm. The army and navy have added one Quickly counts over the mon-' of September, there had 'been no few- er than 84 new pupils registered at the different schools. The total en- rollment for'the month was 10S9, and the average attendance was 870. The average attendance and' number of pupils-at the different schools of the. city were re- ported as. follows: .High School 54, jTlle trick has been are there.alright. Then I ment wnich be a TuesdaV in th J Bomarda, the- 'RiSpublican deputy and rS V anti-clerical, who" was shot bv the llkclr to army lieutenant Rebelo. and two on some pretext or other, "and just as the train is on the move, he ap- parently recounts hands the roll over and takes Jumps-off. the support to transforming into the the their mon- mb'v-e- REPUBLIC. PROCLAIMED .i munication with Portugal has interrupted since three o'clock LiSBON, OCT. JL1C PROCLAIMED POR- TUGAL THIS-.AFTERNOON. throughout the country, The shiPs bombarding the nalace at two o'clock in the afternoon with a i army lieutenant Rebelo, war- on -Monday the money to "-find', he has only four sma11 shovt" resistance and one'dollar bills 'but by that time the tiie the---monarchy were train is speeding away- and he can do a .-Bomarda was a educator. He was elect- the Portuguese parliament in soon, the Republican" interests. been _____ this afternoon. .The- Portuguese legation has no knowledge of a revolution. Captured the Palace London, Oct. Saatander Cor respondent of the Reuter Telegraph Company confirms the report of a. revolution in Portugal and adds that the rebels have captured th Palace. The News at the Admiralty London, Oct. admiralty to- day received a" brief wireless message of the news of a revolution in Lis- details Thomas the agricultural export of the threat A'oribern- Railway, told his ex- periences this afternoon before the Dry Farming Congress. "We have had more failures than successes." he said. "My warning to the farmers is to stop gambling in tanning." Discussion was aroused -by a state-! ment that corn grown at an! altitude of E. R. a it could be done and of excellent quality to prove it. CARSMET Ihirty Seven. People led-Many More Injured MISTAKEN ORDERi nothing until, he reaches the and wires hack to the next ,forced to captivity. It is believed that the-killing, of Prof. Bombarada. the Republican dep- The News in, Paris Paris, Echo De Paris prints a wireless despatch, from its and Central and 37; times, lately on the Crtm's zltooufr pat tlCUlarlv at Ti.r___ Vlnrr 1. _ _ an .army1 correspondent dated St. Marie De direct cause CaPe Blanc, 9.20 p.m., say- Westminster 34S, 273 and 15; kinder- garten 103, 67 and 22, and Courtland 70 and 8.' la September of the total enrollment was S6S. New Room Opened The board has taken steps, to .open a the third storey of the Central school to relieve the conges-, tion'and" have wired to a teacher, to .come I'roru .Ontario. One that had been accepted already -wired her in- ability to come ,-oii account of her 'Brother's illness. .The departments all-over 'crowded-; and .'.have between I'orty -and'-fifty. pupils .and, some have more being rush- ed_ en the., Fleetwood school, which will'relieve ,the-congestion when built Jiiat time there wiiriifeely be The architects 'reported on some minor, matters "of repairs at the dif- lerent schools which was ordered to -be attended to. Nelson Shields had particularly at Cranbrook, and Mans- King Manuel ascended the throne "A revolution -has. "broken -out in Held, who is a pal of the man Martin tnere have been plots for the over- 1 Portugal, a great- part of -the army Wroth, awaiting trial here is -believed of the monarchy and against and' a11 the navy.: having gone on the to be the man wanted his life' S1de 1 the revolutionists. At two ..-5.U who have .been his life, victimized Telegraphic communication o'clock this afternoon with !0f-the by this' trick are requested to com- i Lisbon has been cut off. but wireless w municate with Chief Gillespie or" C. i a vessel sailing- off' den. It I bomhardment to .-the: (jity. 'has been forbid- f. R. Special Agent Harris office is in the depot.'building. PINCHER CREEK Constable Were Sustained -Pincher Creek, Oct. Hhr. regular routine -business of; the town Lisbon have amply confirmed that the revolution is a serious one. Bombarded the Palace Santander, Spain, "Oct. Ger- man steamer here has received a Avire- j less, from the steamer Cape Blanc jvhc-.same line lying off Lisbon, stat- ing that warships-began bombarding- the palace just'as soon as, the rising within the, city Shortly .after the- 'revolutionists' hauled, -down, .the Standard over-the "palace ;-Jand replaced is. with the Republican green' and'-iyiue' flag. __ What Started If- 'London, Eng., Oct. an- j nouncement of the death of" Prof. pcocure and impossible, therefore, to forward-, details." No of--'titis has been 'received the war office; -Telegraphic .com- -..Pafisj.iqct. -ed''at" the' legate- ,here -bad tairen refuse on ziliaa 'battleship Sac Paulo. night. Upori the receipt of the mes- sage orders were sent to .Gibraltar for the despatch immediately of two cruisers to watch British interests in the troubled country. v-The cruiser Newcastle which had just reached Gibraltar en route for China, proceeded today for Lisbon and was followed by the cruiser Minerva. No News at Madrid Madrid, Oct. has been no communication between Madrid and "the Portuguese capital since Tuesday morning. The only news of the revo- lution came by wireless from Sant- ander. It is believed here that the revolutionists have cut the telegraph with the intention to restore them only- when they are prepared to an- nounce to-the world that a republic has bc-en proclaimed. Intense -Interest in Rome _ -Rome, Oct. apprehension is felt here, over the news from Por- are to the ef- fect that has. -teen imprisoned- aBd a republic proclaimed. 'as' the Queen Do wager, Maria gal is an aunt of tlie Italian King while is'anxious over til religious situation and the possible ef feet it may produce.in Spain. on page SIR JAMES WHITNEY IS BACK FROM ENGLAND Toronto, Oct. Jauies Whit- Illinois trie .Scene of Ail- other Terrible Wreck J-y sprlngiield, seven people of. were ney reached home :bi? womenr were "killed spending six weeks in'Great Britain super-unending plans" for 'tlie: -.-xpan- sion and re-arrangement" colonization policy. Tb.2 was met at the train oy'Hon. jured late this: i mteruribaii cars on tlon system coUided erson's 'Curve. two miles son and Hon. Beck, and; a corps Both cars U1-u hearty Vel- eome from his colleagues. He de- clared himseH :u exct-ljeut health and spirits. SOO LINE .PUTS ON NEW CHICAGO SERVICE JUuluth, Oct., Soo line In- augurated its .passenger traffic tse- Dulutti .arid Chicago at seven o'clock last evening, with a new train direct from the and.the com- new'. 'fcassenger sta- tion situated at Superior and Sixth avenue .was put In service for the first time. .The-Soo line, enters'Duluth over the inter-state bridge. The new (Jnicago service is fourteen hours. GRAM CALLED a high rate of and .'as where they met'is the hill, 'both cars. were ..plunging'-' hill. They-met right- and so sudden was the the motormen barely escapVdV.with.' their lives r.by jumping.- :Both were demolished and injured' were" piled .in s while the screams..'of ed and bleeding scene. Car No. 14 northbound orders to meet' 'both train-. wo. 73 at Staunton. "'-V carried .out as far as the first was concerned, hut it.'is, ported that the second section of looked.- ;The of I'ooth" m. offering the school some suieids of copper from the battle- ships which had been commanded by Admiral Nelson.. This copper had been given the society -by the Admir- be police and .relief com- mittee on the investigation into 'the cnarges brought against the constable was read. As submitted to the board alty when the ships were dismantled, I Stated that charged and Lord Strathcona had paid for j IntemPerance was not Havins it made into shields and med-' aJs and the society has had them while lounging was proved by the constable's own admission. Inconsi-s: mounted. They give tie shield andjtency was not proven in one instance medals away but expect the sustained in another iance 'boards to make a grant in return. Tne -board decided to ask for five of the shields and make a grant of Drill Instructor was some .discussion as to -Having a djill and calisthenic instruct- or but nothing -definite was -done, al- though it is..probable that some ar- rangement'will be made with the Y. AI. C. A. physical director when he arrives. The" treasurer's report showed re- ceipts to date this year of and expenditures of over leav- ing an overdraft of about The chief items of. expenditure during September were construction and re- pairs construction on Flecet-i wood school salaries Calgary, Oct. story of the' T _, Incompet-j aPParont elopement of thirteen-year- JLieutenant-CiOVeniOrS Of ency was another of the charges -not i Evelyn Lowerson, the pretty lit- Robert Lowerson, the Hammond Ranch of ..0.3 on- T i 4 Tiprrirm m 9on- who is better known as nection with the pulling of one ofthe Bill11 reached this cHy this floteis. A set of rules to govern the J Whether the little girl" was kidnapped constable's duty was recommended by or not it is impossible to say just- the committee. By the new rules he it not allowed to go into a bar room, and is not allowed to take a drink at yet, for a note was found.on the. gate post after her departure last Thurs- day, which stated to her parents that any bar. He is required to in ?JC had -----an. i tjjc man whom she said was the "only man she ever loved.'' Buffalo" Bill Moore is forty years old hours oat of the 24 is allowed to sleep at home when duty makes it pennissable.. A tele- and it is suspected that are phone is to be installed at his Iiouse making their way over the Rockv -v. at the town's expense. The new rules via the Sinclair Pass ;to >j, make the job "easier than heretofore Alberta and SasL the constable. A representative of the Calgary -debentures. An applica- Heraid asked the council for a tion from Jos: :Hifield for the so that lie could se- 'cure twenty subscribers, in which ing of the Fleetwood ordered filed. school was SAYS LUMBER Will BI HIGHER reach the Kootcnay River district. Several posses arc on their trail and are" ransacking the mountains as far as possible, and the Indians are also after the kidnapper and if he suc- ceeds- in setting clear and shaking his pursuers off it will be only because of "W. A. Anstic, secretary of- the Mountain Lumber Manufacturers' As- sociation, has Ijccn in town fora couple of.ulays invrsligating the out- look for the lumber der.uind this fall jewelry business to part of the prera- an-d next spring, was asked regard in event he would write up the town. The board expressed its willingness, and ordered 200 -copies of the "issue containing the 'boost. H. A. McGlenning, of the Fishburn district, had a 35 5-8 of wheat to the acre from The grade is No. 3. In the same -dis- j f met S. Harvey had a yield of 32