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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIDGE, ALTA., fA.TUIIOAY, APRIL 4, itOI is a Good All Properties mentioned are close in, have all conveniences, and are good buys Choice Residence Lots corner Lois, Redpalh Street. corner Lots Re'lpath Street. Lots near School, Burdett Street. Lote, Glyn Street. Lots, cor. Glyn Street. Lots, 'Hospital Street. ea. Lots Westminster Road. ea. Lots, Bartlelt Street. ea. .Riverview. SPUR TRACK LOTS EACH 2 Block SI. 'f This property has spur track facilities and is near the new International Harvester ware- a district-which i.s fast becoming Loth- bridge's wholesale section. BUSINESS LOTS .'J Lots in Block 32. 3 Lots, Crabb St., BlQck 32. corner 2 Lots Redpath and Glyn StB. 2 Lots, B. 33, Redpath St. H. J.H. SKEITH REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE If oaey to Loan Reals Collected, etc Room 1 Whitney Block A Snaa 2 Acres, London Road, near gas well Will subdivide 21 Lots, which can be sold at each Nst cost to pur- chaser, less than This clothing is the result of years of conttmnt effort to pro- duce a garment perfect in everf; particular. It it Triumph in ike Science of Ciothiaj Every garment U hand moulded, thoroughly stayed arid and only the best materials uied in its construction THEY RETAIN THEIR SHAPE ASK. IF IT'S A SOVEREIGN W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. Mounted Police May Have a Prisoner of International.Fame Calgary, April 3.-The Mounted Police have at the barracks a prison- who may be of international lame. About a week ago Ready's pool .room at Medicine Hat was burglariied. Several checks were taken and some of them cashed in Calgary. One ar- 'rest has been made but the bank clerks failed to identify A couple of days ago a man was arrest- ed bearing the name of James Potter, alias 3- Stanton alias J. Maxwell. The cheques in question bear the two latter names. 'The capture was made who Detected a similarity between tfie 'Jr; part of the signature on 'the hotel "register. When taken 'to the police station, several neat little saws arid other incidental tools of modern Raffles profession were discovered on. the person of the prisoner indicating that unless some explanation of the possession of the. keyhole' saws was not forthcoming that the gentleman in question wf.s better under care than at large. U is doubful in the minds of the whether he is not wanted in otrnr pUces. TRAMPED DAYS WITHOUT FOOD Frank Citizen Has a Strenuous Railroad M fc Of Interest ffiffiimen 3BBE NEWS OF OUR DISTRICT Frank, April Paper Always when it is proposed to build a new railroad through the moun- tains a-lot of arduous labor falls to the lot of some one of finding the to' the greatest extent possible, shortness arid easy gradients; Some idea of what men sometimes go through to enable a corporation to carry out its plans may be h'ad from the operations of Walter Gardner, of Frank, who put in the better part o fine past winter prospecting a route through the main range of the Rockies between the Crow's Nest-and the main line of the C.P.R. M r. Gardner has been the past two years in the employ of the Kenaston, Robertson, Lynch syndicate who arc the promoters of. the Northwestern Coal company which has two large holdings on the upper Elk in British Columbia. They also have a charter YORKSHIRE PUDDING Use six tablespoonst'ul of white flour, one-third of salt, four fresh eggs. Put all together in- to a crock add a little milk, and beat aJl till the batter is light. CUEULE SAUCE One cup tomato juice, a stalk of celery, one pound round :steak cut in small cubes, one large onion., one tablespoon parsley chopped fine, a bay leaf, thicken with add pepper and stilt, let cook under slow fire two hours. Cold meats may be used the saine way.' DINNER CABBAGE excellent cabbage dish consists of a small cabbage boiled the day before it is.to Ixrused; then chop it into small pieces, add salt and pep- per and a tablespobnful of butter. When this has been stirred in put it over the fire with half a cup of milk or cream. When hot, stir in two well beaten eggs and im- mediately turn into a hot buttered frying pan; stir with a fork until savs.j brown. Serve on a hot dish. MOCK CHEHRY PIE Use one cup of cranberries cut in halves, one cup of. cut raisins, one cup-of sugar. Kix one tablespoon of flour smooth with cold water. When, cool add one teaspoon of van- illa. Cover the top of the pie with strips. FAMOUS CHICKEN PIE Divide the chicken as for frying and put it on with a quart of water which should be-freshly boiled. Whan it is done take it out of the pot; then simmer water until reduced to a'pint; then add salt and milk, butter and flour. Boil ten min utes and line a dish with pic crust; day the -storm was still on but he struck out. Aloug about noon he decided that he had earned'the hunk of bread and believing lie would make camp that, night, ate it. But the storm again caused his calculations to miscarry and he did not reach cniek -until the best part'of the third day had passed. He spent three days in camp and then struck hack over the range with a fresh sup- ply of grub, recovered his blankets and-continued until he had finished the undertaking he had set out upon. During all the time that Mr. Gard- ner was out he slept entirely in the open except as to the time spent at the Aldrich creek camp and although the very coldest weather of the winter passed in the meantime, he never any part of him except on one occasion an ear was slightly touched with frost while he slept. Mr. Gardner's labor resulted in the discovery of an entirely new puss through" the main range of which IMS. UYearsrfSfeityGrfftfc. iii Bankers' Association MONEY ORDERS payable in all parts of Canada and the United States, sold at all Branches. ClrcaUr Letters of Credit issued for the use of Travellers, available in sll parts of the world. Savings Bank Department established at ail Branches. Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager! nothing 'had ever been previously fill it with the chicken, cover with a i known which was feasible for a rait- EASTER CAKES Bake any sponge or white coke mix turc in individual lias, spread with boiled frosting) decorate with can- dicd violets, using citron for stems and leaves. top crust and bake slowly one hour. A .little celery can be boiled with'the chicken or a of parsley. Just keep the chicken covered with water while it 5s cooking. Must be eaten fresh. SAVIJJG CLOSET SPACE When one has a limited amount of tspace in :which to.hang one's clothes cut a broom-stick1 off just above the broom part. Six .'double hooks .may -be fastened lengthwise into the road at a very moderate grade. Mr. Gardner declined to give any information relative to railroad building plans in which his people may be interested but stated that he thought the year would see much activity in that line. broomstick, three oh each side, and insert a large screw eye in one end. Hang" the "pole frofif a ;hook in the wall or closet and it will accommo- date a number .of garments. DIAMOND CITY NEWS Miss Irene Johnston is here visit, ing Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson for a few days. The traction engine hauling coal to Leavings, was detained here lor a few days on account of a breakdown, but it is now repaired and will start tomorrow "for Leavings again. Miss Vivian and Estehr Tuff were over spending the. afternoon with Miss Ada Mossum. The Messrs Alister Bros, opened their new butcher shop the first of the week. Mr and Mrs. C, A. Johnson made a business trip to Lethbridge on Saturday. Mr .Theodore English is building a 'cottage which is 'almost completed now. t, Mrs. D. C. McAlister went to Leth- bridge Saturday. On account of the cold snap last week the pipe in the tlank Irote and the pipes bursted which has caused a scarcity of water. Mr. and Mrs. George Stafanack, a' son, on Friday. Mother and babe are doing nicely. Prayer meeting will be held next Wednesday evening at 7.30 p.m. All arc invited to atter.d. Mr Herb. Gloir 'been hauling out hardware for Mr. Wyatt's hard- ware store. Mrs. C. A. Johnston Mr. F.A. Johnston were visiting the Pulky ranch Friday. The strong wind of last week blew Mr. Armstrongs new barn down. Miss Kate Kellor has gone home to visit her parents lor a few dajs. for a railroad from Butte, Mont., running north through Alberta to Calgary and on to the north. It is their desire to connect their coal pro parties on either side of the main range by rail. Mr. Gardner has had charge of the prospecting work for his people. and it falls to his calculated one would think to make an examination of the appal even the hardiest of 'moun- tains which would enable While on this particular to layout the roads it is proposed he one day reached a point build, ,with the least possible loss he thought he was within time. distance of Aldrich, B. C.. Mr. Gardner left "The he had a supply of provisions point about twenty-five miles As his grub bag was low north of Frank in .the to strike.: over the range mountains early in January on obtain a supply believing he first trip. Since that time he- make the trip in a. day he travelled hundreds of miles on .his load behind taking only a shoes, alone and carrying his He climbed all day but did ets and grub supply in a pack on reach the summit and was oblig- back -and has examined every to camp for the night. He had in the main range as far north as saved from his lunch a half a Kananaskis -river which might of bread and as a fierce storm sibly afford a pass for a come on by this time and there On one occasion Mr. Gardner no telling what was in store foi OUR 'STRIKE LEGISLATION Montreal, April London speci- al cable says: "W-. L. Mackenzie King's presence here has directed special attention umong the members of Parliament tb legislation for the pre- vention of strikes. Viscount Hemsley ias given notice of a question asking Lloyd George to inform the House of the effects of this legislation with a view' to introduction of similar legis- lation for the 'United Kingdom. out nineteen days. During the per- him he decided to save the crust. He iod, the coldest 'Weather of the Al- fasted that night, Bitting by the fire berta winter came and he endured' all night to keep warm The next Coal, Ice and I DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 Z M. D. PLEADS NOT GUILTY .Toronto, April Dr. 12. Ml Cook pleaded not guilty today to a charge of having -performed an illegal opera- tion. His lawyer not being ready to go on with the case. it was left over to'the next assizes on Mfty -4th. The THE ARINGTON COMEDIANS A whole week of new plays and .splendid music and new specialties', is what 'is in store for Lethbridge theatregoers -.and music lovers, begin- ning next Monday at Oliver's hall. The famous Arington Comedians and their great ladies' orchestra, will be with its in a return engagement prior to their departure for the States.. They have spent seven weeks in Canada, and have become great fav- orites as they are in the States. The opening play, Monday even- ing, will be the beautiful four-act drama, entitled "The Belle of Rich- a story of the early days in Virginia. physician was rJlowec out on bail of Loo CaUa'ffhan, accountant for Xich olson Bain, manufacturer's agent. Winnipeg, was shot last night by burglars who were attempting to rob the premises of the company. Hy the exercise of tlic greatest bravery Callaghan closed ami locked the vault doors but he was firod at while do- ing so. continue! The Sisters will give a 'grand concert each evening at 8 o'- clock, and the clever children, Inez, Ody and Helen will appear in new specialties. Prices: Reserved general admission 75 cents; children 50 cents. The C.I'.H. has cancelled a fifty mile contract of J. D. McArthur Co.'s on Moose .Jaw-Lacombo branch; No reason given. Don't be behind the times and out of date. Have your office or store electri- cally lighted throughout: Let us install a system.of lighting in your home. It wil cost lit- tle, but 'please you very much. McKENZIE ROY Redpath St., Lethbridge, Alta.. Phone 204 f o TRANSFERRED TO ALBERTA Toronto, April transfer com- mitee of the Methodist church of Canada and Newfoundland in session yesterday -agreed on 'the following changes affecting Alberta: Rev. J. B. Freeburg (superannuat- ed) .Toronto to Alberta. "Rev. A. W .Coone, of Quiute, to Alberta. Rev. W. B. Galloway Toronto to Alberta. One of the Wonders of the World i: This New View of the C. P. Trctjfric Bridge cti Lethbridge is From a Drawing- Made by F, St. C. Farran The Bridge Will be One Mile and Forty Feet Long and 307 Feet High miles and found the drive a chilly one ice 9.3 rivcr- Mr" Hcrb Gloir from Iron Springs' Them, -was quite a number Attend-1 is in Diamond City Anight. cd the services Sunday evening. On account of. the water being scarce Mr. Mossum-had to deliver water pn Sunday. Mr. E. E. Reynolds, mMiager of the Diamond City mine, ia expected back the last of the week. The brick yard is expected to re-opened by the first of the niOuUi. Willie Reynolds went in- to Leth- bridge this evening. Archibald and Anrus McAlister were out butchering today fourteen May Ahern stepped on a last week and was not able to leive the house for a day or two. A few of Mr. and Mrs. Alex John- ston's neighbors and friends gathered at their home last Friday evening and a good time was enjoyed. Among those present were: Hoii. Fred Johnston. Otto FiU, Jim Billings, Mr. and Mrs .Johnston and family, also Miss Kellor, oil of .Diamond City. Miss CUra Laberrdie, Mr. Eugene Lwberrdie, Miss Ward, Mrs. and Mrs. Preston Pulley, Mr. Harry Lud-. wick. MOUNTAIN MILL NEWS Local Improvements Council 3 A 5, had a lively meting of ratepayers on the 13th inst. The cause of the meeting was the action of the coun- cil which on the 21st of January raised the rate of taxation to per quarter section. The Council defend- ed its action vigorously but under pressure of Utu ratepayers decided to adopt a tax of per quarter. Mr F> W, Doubt chairman of the Coun- cil did moat 01 the talking for the Council's side, and Messrs. Cox Skeene and Kettles for the ratepayers j The new steel bridge over the South Fork river, is well under construc- tion. The concrottf pifirs are nearly finished and the steel is expecto.I the first week in April. The foreman, Mr. M. L. Jordan, and bridge crew deserve great credit. They expect to hive the bridge passable about the first of May duets and cl.oru.sos. The Fish burn, orchestra deserve groat praise for their assistance, and also the piuck in facing'a very sirong (jninook in coming here, a distance of 25 miles. On the whole we are surpris- ed at the amount of local talent around the country sidr. The Mountain Mill Debating So- ciety had a set-to with the Cowloy speakers for Mountain Mill were Mr. J. J. Skeone .leader, Messrs F. Doubt and E. P. Holms, supporters. Those- from Cowiey were Mr. E. B. Miller leader; Messrs. Hoidgc and Mclvor Unfortunately. Mr. Skene was ill and Messrs. Doubt and Holms debated the affirmative alone. The judges who wcrp Mr. Mc- Kinnie for Cowiey and Mr. McDon- The Ladies' Aid of the Mountain j society on the 20th inst. on the sub- old for Mountain, Mill, with Mr. ject, "Re.solvcd that a Constitutional jSohlisingor as referee gave their de- Monarchic! System of Government Tsjeision in favor of the affirmative. A Superior to a Republican. Form." j return debate was arranged for on Mill Presbyterian church, gave a verv successful conccrnt on the 19th inst. The programme which WAS ex- ceptionally good consisted of orches- tra music, furnished by the Fishburn Orchestra, and vocal aolos, Cowiey Society gow Mountain Mill society choice of sides and Mountain Mill chose the affirmative. The the 2nd of April. The weather is be- ginning to look and feel like spring and evorybody is preparing seed. Mr. H. Donne, is anxiously ing the arrival of his plows, which he is getting for his gasoline engine. Coalfields school nt-ar here will as soon as the board can se- cure a teacher. Mr. F.W. Doubt is considering an offer from the town of Okotoks. We hope he wont accept as we are not R bit unsung to. lose him Mr. P. G. McPhail, manager for McLaren Co., was up on a business trip. KcKinor! and Misner, have closed, on the Mc- Laren mine, owing to Mill Creek breaking up. ;