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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE WEEKLY HERALD Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Wm. an Englishman, I Winnipeg, Mao., Aug. Montreal, Aug. 11. -Shortly before who said he- was goiug to build a ho. Victor Hemiing a serious three o'clock today '25 pounds oi te'l at Coleridge, was dWiieric.d. a: charge in the police court this mom- black powder exploded in a small at Medicine Hat to three mouths in j ing, .a case of having carnal' know- tic room of the LeaUing Co. Bard- the guard room here- stealing a from Kout. HE got of a girl -under the age of 14. ware stor.? OIL the corner of St. Ga- There- was a reward offered a few i Uriel and St. 1'aul Sts. Le- THE CATTLE MARKET one year on u charge of forging' a days ago for; this man. but this fore- tournux, 17 years old, is lying cheque. jnoou he gave himself up to the po-, the point of death in the hospital as lice. He had 'been a; resident of the a result of burns aua re He was working in the build Guelph, Aug. moot peculiar j city for. some time and was in charge meeting took place yesterday after-i of a church in the north The uooa WMlingi-.r. Hotel thw ease, is a member oi .two 'Guelph old boys, brothers, who j his church. ing alone at time, buildings and several of .Peregrine Acland under a Leth- bridge date line, contributes the fol- lowing racy article to the Toronto plobe: Lethbridge, Alta.; July I had a million dollars I'd invest ev- ery cent of it in cattle. They said an Alberta rancher this summer. This was but one of the many 'signs of the returning confidence of the range, and the intrusion of the sheep men on the land .of the cattle rais- ers. But it will be some years before the country will have recovered, and then it will be all it can do to fatten enough beef for the home demand. had not seen each. othur for 35 years, and who had no idea that they were within hundreds of miles of each other, or even definite'assurance joining were partially wrecked .by the iLetang s western cattlemen in beeves as mon- j ey makers, a conficience inspired by prospects this, n.. V the exPlosion- The roof looming before them. The present Oat., Aug. 13.-Lcndcn was lifted off the building and the to be one of the best years and vicinity were visited this after- j timbers were an entire loss by cattle raisers o'f Western Canada jnooa with a toj-i-ific lightning storm, i explosion. The fire was quicklj ex- j have ever experienced the other was alive, ihese two bro.l which ended in a small hurricane in tinguished. ThW were manv nar-i :w.re introduced to each) which three people were hurt and'row escapes but the I recent years the .industry has other without knowing their vela., thousands of dollars damage done. 'j. only .one injured. tionship, and who only found out! The roof of the South Western Trac- their identity on acount of the co. tion Co. was partly destroyed and a incidence of names, -which were fireman and- -engineer- slightly hurt. y was the suffered greatly from a lack of cooi- petition in the market. There JS j Selkirk, Man., Aug. was re- practically only one buyer, the There's Health in itt savor, And strength in Us Flavor, It's a stimulant for the ener- vated, And a delicate tonic for all. A I'KimANEN'i- OIJTJLET Meanwhile the United States will need Canada's surplus beef, all of it that it can. get, and some leading American journals are advocating the Ram Lai's Pure Tea removal of the duty on Canadian e'vsn as the advocate the removal of the embar-i gO. r The disappearance of the mited j Sold by all Grocers in Half and One States from the field in exporting i Packets and 1, 3 and 5 Ib. Tins cussedj were James Dunn, of Atlanta, The roof of the -London rolling Missouri, and John Dunn of the cus- toms deparirnent Berlin. The meet- ing ;took place in an accidental way. James Dunn was walking up the I street, when he met Mr. George Wil- liams, of. this city, an old friend: Go- ing into the Wellington, .they, met Mayor Huber, of Berlin, and John Dunn, collector of "customs. Intrb- dueiions all around followed, but-it burned out. was -not until after some eonversa_ tion that the two brothers came Iknow each other. to mills was also partly destroyed. The home of G-. .Pepper, was struck and partly demolished. His daughter was injured, the shoe on her left foot being torn off and that member be- ing badly burned. Among the places which also suffer- ed ir, ore or less were the l-oiidou Street liailway, several ported here: tiuit an investigation by- the provincial government into the Premier disaster would be held on} Friday next but word was received known Pat" Burns of Calgary, ILr. not only the chief whole- saler, but also the chief retailer of meat in as he has butcher but will itlsp give her tho chance of securing as a market lor her beef, the Orient, which, with the i introduction of western civilization, may soon become a great meat etc- -shops in nearly every town of tonight that such an investigation is out of the jurisdiction of the.' government. importance in the province. He j uiSO An investigation h'ow- .f. the .main exporter of meat. ever, will be held by the' Dominion Competition is the life of and under such conditions t1 government but it will be a day or business ,has fiot been two yet belore the date upon which Beef Commission of 1907 de- expected that 'the sitting will be! piored in its report; this lack of com- At the London Electric Co. one o? i conducted by Commander Spain of I i petition. change is now being the machines was burned out and Ottawa, j part of tlieir wires.-'" mess. In their long separation., they had; I some correspondence, but this ceas- ed, years ago, and each one was'un- der the impression that the other died.. Mrs. Patterson; of Wash- ington, Wis., another member of the I tered about, the country. family, is now in Gutlph and. had j j not seen either of the brothers for i i w; Lisbon, Aug. insistent ni_ The steamer Bell Telephone number j from _ of their phones were put out of bus- j morning and it is expected that 'she I-' wrought. last, year however, It commenced when some 200 cars of Thev are -all members t -v T i ri -D S -i jmuin that die revolutionary propi- an old Paislev UZ.IGCK iannlv. i ganacia taking a firmer grip in j will bring in one or two of the re- RESTRICTION: OF THE DEMAND Fences and trees galore in the city mains of the'" victims of the recent In the. most serious result and vicinity were torn -aip and of the lack of-competition was not the lessening of the price of beef cat- WELL KNOWN INDIAN CHIEF Thus, there is an opportunity for Canada to grat.p a great meat trade, and'.no country is better fitted to grasp it than she. British. Colum- bia. Alberta, and Saskatchewan have enormous capabilities for stock-rais- ing, not perhaps in the old-fashioned, way of ranching, when the rancher let the' cattle "raise" themselves, with, no attention on his part save Lu-andinjr; but by the improved meth- ods of ranching now coming into vogue, many times as many kine can be supported by the country as the present number. WHAT OF THE BEEF-EATER How will this demand of England Edmonton., Aug. .--N. Varty, j tie, but the limitation of the demand i anfl the States for oinmitkd suicide near Fort which was frequently much .less than -Saskatchewan, possessed considerable the supply. This meant that many wealth-over He was was unable- to sell ,his beef unmarried and lived on. a farm about j and obtain cash he s s from Fort- Saskatchewan, ill for some time and so desireJ, and that he sustained a considerable loss by Saving to'hold over his four- ____.................. -despondent which it is year-old they were five cr she received a message from heaven, 5muggling the country of believed led to his fatal act: He was j six years of age before disposing 0I and at rose to feet shout- ing her praises to God. and bombs. The government's (ffovts 1 living at A. Benson's farm r.sar Fort i them.- I to locate'the. whereabouts of the WnJ Saskatchewan and was Ldhg eared j The enterprising stockmen wn0 unsuc >3S_ .For'.many weeks the young lady-j traband have been largely I has.'been-confined'-to-her suffer. I ful though yesterday's raids brought ing'agonies. She was unable to move. to light; oV hundred revolvers and sto1 Six doctors, were in conscant ty rifles'.'in a hous- in the lance upon her, but despite all their Of Lisbon. A suspicious packing case' for. by an attendant. The attendant year shipped, to Chicago have intro- him yesterday.-morning and the duced new conditions; Last year the irs and secured United States welcomed .Canadian a -38-55, he shot himself beef and paid a price for it, which. -efforts' the young girl received no from Barcc-lona and relief! The doctors thought' the case opened out-side of Lisbon. It a'hopeless one, as.'the" girl's, whole found to be filled with bombs. the. bead causing instant even after deducting -for the heavy vas The system seemed diseased, suffering j declaration is made that many sim. from innamaiion of the lungs, ap- nar cases which reached here pre. .1 C .1 _'_ I death. The remains are being held at the Fort awaiting the arrival of a brother of the deceased from Van- couver, B G. viously have been successfullv pendicitis and drying up of the 'lungs. The agony the girl suffered was intense., but throughout the long it transpires that a sailboat nights; lying upon, her couch of pain; grounded intentionally August 10th she ceaselessly called upon God to near a lonely spot off Casimbra, 18 help her, begging that her health miles south of Lisbon. A quaniity of be restored to her that she might j boxes were removed from the strand- ed vessel and were brought to shore work for His kingdom. Late this afternoon, afirrra lit of and disappeared. Afterwards the au. .great agony during which the girl! had bisough; help .of the Almighty tru- a smile of infinite sweetness was seen to overspread her- wan face. The lines of pain seemed to disappear and shouting her praises the girl iti-7.- learned that the cargo of iuilboat was made up of anhs and ammunition from Belgium. The Secula has created a sensation by claiming that who re- cently have been arrested in Portu. rose from her bed. telling of the mes. gal belong to-an important secret so. sage which had been given ciety whose headquarters is in New "Arise and Come Forth in My Vine. York and with branches in the lead- i ing European cities. It is known aow well and Portugal as the Black Cross so. the great vision which she says j ciety end to it belongs the regicides London, Aug. 11. The council of the Protestant Alliance that raised such a storm in Parliament and else- where at- the; time 'King, Edward vis- ited the pope, is again agitated over the" announcement that His Majesty intends ceremoniously to give audi- ence to ihe Papal delegate, Cardinal Vannuelle at the forthcoming arist congress in London. The alliance has s. memorial to j Sir Edward Gray, the foreign secre_ j tary, -calling attention to the project- ed violation of the' Protestant con- stitution of the United Kingdom and urging that steps at once be taken to prevent the Kingdom from paying this compliment to the Catholic pre- lates of Europe and America who are was given to her. j Buisca and Costa who were killed at _____________ j "the time of the assassination of King New York, Atig. Charles I Carlos and Crown Prince Phillipe 0. Birmingham of Galveston, Texas, j and many other persons who fled "af- who has the Hotel Astor former the deed for whose arrest orders the last week on his 'first visit to New have been sent to Paris and London. York, admitted today that he was aj ..'___________ great friend and admirer of John W.' Gates, and gave some of his reasons. Sir Edward has done nothing more [than formally acnowledge.; the re- ceipt of the memorial. North Bay, Ont., Aug. ex. In the smoking compartment of a irain on his way to Ashbury Park he cursion trains of harvesters from the Maritime Provinces were held at regaled a group of men with a story ibout Mr. Gates. "Mr. Gates is surely a dead game Chalk River yesterday for about an hour waiting orders and during that I time the hotel was looted, the _i i_ i S_ i T -i "i I pnetor earned outside and over a sport., he said, "and I have thousand dollars worth 01 liquors and much amused to learn that some of! t iis Texas friends want him" to run i cigars carried off. Even the cellar Peters, assistant to "Wm. Whyte, sec- ond vice president of the C. P. R. ar- rived home this morning from a trip to Fernie in connection with the re- cent disaster there. Mr. Peters said that the facts as related in the newspapers were not in the least exaggerated. -Never in all his life had he seen such a scene of destruction. Out of a population of souls there are 123 people left with homes standing. All the others have no shelter except, for the duty of per left a profit at least as large as'that gained at Winnipeg, and without any trouble finding buyers. This year the United States does not merely welcome 'Canadian beef to her markets, she ..demands it, and many Alberta ranchers are conse- quently shipping their beeves to Chi- cago instead of to Winnipeg. -Thus competition is introduced, and it'is almost certain that all will be able to sell their .finished cattle this year at a good '.figure'. SHORTAGK SOUTH OF THE LINE The reason of this imperative call of'the. United States for Canadian beef is the alarming shortage of live stock within that country's 'own boundaries. The lack of meat is so great that' some Chicago firms are considering the advisability of shipp- ing back to America in cold-storage the beef which they sent to England last year, as Great Britain, not charging any duty can obtain meat cheaply from the Argentine. But ev- en England has been, affected by the scarcity of meat. Hitherto As has drawn upon the United States for one-fifth of her beef, and the Argen- tine cannot immediately increase its supply to meet the enlarged demand upon its re-Sources. Consequently the cost of beef in the mother land has already risen considerably, ana t >me of the leading English papers are beef affect the price to Canadian con- sumers'? The anxious housewives of the Dominion may well tremble at this for under such condi- tions there can hardly fail to be .1 rise in prices of flesh foods, masr fluctuate, but will probably A- main' hijfh for some years to come i till Canada can produce more beef j than at present, and the United States can produce sufficient to gup- ply its own needs. Everytiun.e: appears to be coming the-way of the rancher this year. With market prospects unusually good, following upon a mild winter and a wet spring, the owners of the herds grazing upon the foothills and prairies of the west may well feel content. THE CCnVBOY'S SIDE OP TT Is ot less interested in a good sea- son and good1 market prospects than the ranchers themselves are their em- ployees, the cow-punchers. The cow- boys receive no extra pay in a fiKri year, but he has the satisfaction of knowing that it prolongs and stim- ulates the life of the ranches.- Many cowboys. too. invest the major por- tion of their monthly pay of fort, dollars in youug stock, so they have exactly the same cares and worries Chief Wolf Moccasin (Joe Healey) is one of the Indians attending the Fair. Joe is one of the most popular and capable Indians in Southern Al- berta. About ?hini the Kalispell Journal has the following to say: The Chief Wolf Moccasin, brought to Kalispell for the Fourth of July celebration a party of seven from the Blackfeet Reservation, i Their lodge was the model one at the Indian camp giounds. The Chief took de- light in keeping order and was de_ through his lungs There were three [lodges filed on. containing eighteen Indians. The attack took place at on to the fort which was" near while his father fought the attackiing party and finally drove them away, but not until he was mortally-wound- ed, dying three hours later. Before the father died he requested X J. Healey to raise his-son. ..At this tune Mr. Healy was running a 'trading-post at Whoop-Up. By (talcing'his sisters to the fort the young lives of himself and sistejrs. the- others _. Capt. J. J. Healey. later sent the young man to school in 'Helena. Chief Wolf Moccasin, or Joe as he is also born, near Fort Benton in 1855. During the CHIEF WOLF MOCCASIN AND SQUAW i lighted with the conduct of the party, fight related he "Was wounded in -the he had in charge. They were always i thigh. When the Grass Dance as to respond ,to the wishes of Committee who had them in charge and no hours were too long for them to dance and amuse the spectators. night while the Blackfeet were sleep- ing. Wolf Moccasin took his two sisters while the fighting was going the dance is called that the In giving an interview the follow- i danced here" "Fourth, was isTprb- ing interesting facts were brought gre.ss, his limbs were painted yellow forth: The Bloods, Piegan and Black- and the wound was designated by a foot tribes comprise the Blackfoot Nation. In earlier days, whenever iwo parties.of a different nation would meet there would be a fight at once. large daub of "Double Gun Wolf Moccasin. ,is> 'the wife of They have eleven children, all of whom are attending In 1871 there was a big war party of .school at the agency. The visit to-' and rejoicings as their employers. Shipping itself is an. arduous task, one of the hardest the cowboy has to perform. At the beef roundup there is usually present a buyer represent- ing the company purchasing the cat- tle. It is his duty, if the cattle are being bought by the head, to deter- mine what cattle he should accept. If buying by weight he makes a jour -r for congress. If he runs in that ransacked keS5 of beer stol-j tents that have been supplied and a trict he will be elected hands down. The clay he paid a short busi-1 ess visit to a Texas town and c-n- i deared himself to the hearts of-the; ocal populace. I en. Qn the trains riotous scenes en- sued, water tanks were emptied and filled with Fighting became general' and one man had his nose broken and sustained other injuries. mining the average size of the "cattle decides what 'should be paid per pound. When the herd of beeves is finally collected it is driven to the nearest railroad shipping point, and then the work begins. The cattle are dri- ven into a pen or corral from which Pend D'Oreille Indians from, the west side of the Rocky Mountains went over to the east side of the monn_ tainsvand near the Sun River cross- ing near Fort Shaw, came onto a Blackfoot canipr covered the Indian; camp at fired into it killing Wolf Moccasin's mother and fatally wounding his father by shooting him cll was Ihe firs: time the wo- man had been on the railroad cars. Red Horn the old Indian with the gray hair who was here, was the leader of the. attacking war party referred to in- the battle. The head dress shown in the above cut. was, presented' to Mayor Harhert by Chief Wolf Moccasin. strongly advocating the removal of' a chute leads up to the stock- the embargo on Canadian cattle. Thus another demand is made for the live stock of the Dominion, and one which is likely to continue, for At Mackies station, the travelling hoodlums, amused themselves by The beauty of the whole thing. of the camesiers of the was one policeman on each hoard in advance that Mr. Gates blu no attt'ntlon j and now the people are beginning coming and prepared to furnish a lit-1 1JTL iforget their troubles.' tie pntettamment and excitement. They raised a poker pot of "'All right, snid Mr. Gates. 'I really haven't the lirne to plaj poker for that, roll of money, but I'll I tell you what I'll do. I'll match you i for it.' the Argentine is already well stock- ed with cattle, and the United States will probably not again be of import ance in the beef export trade. SHEEP CROWDED OUT CATTLE The shortage of beef in the United States is due to the impbverization of the free range of the great west- ern cattle states. The country was overstocked with cattle, which did however, he said, is that there has [much harm. Still more damage was small shacks that are being rap- idly rushed up. The relief work was splendid and all are working with tremendous energy. Everyone from miners to clergymen spent all their time in relieving the sufferers to hastv consultation isulted in arrests which put a damper and the delegation agreed to-.the pro- posal. Mr. Gates pulled out a half dollar arjd slapped it down on the table, saying: 'I'm matching you." "One of the members of the- del- egation fished out a quarter and cov- ered it on the table with his -palm. Gates lifted his hand. He had heads up. The Texan lifted his hand and displayed tails. "Gates just grinned, took out his checkbook and wrote his check for to the leader of the party. Then he bought all around." on the Holliganism. Minard's Liniment Co., Limited. have used MINARD'S LINIMENT on my vessel and in my family for years, and for the every day ills ajtfc accidents of life I con- sider it has no equal. I would not start on a voyage without it, if it cost a a bot- tle. CAPT. F. R. DESJARBIN, Schr. St, Andre, Kamouraska. yueen Victoria of Spain arrived athstation- CeIIs .are not required as Paris incognito today by the Southern jthere are no Express from Sebastian. Her Ma- jesty is going to the Isle of Wight to visit her mother, Princess Beatrice of Batten burg. Vancouver Liberals 'will nominate a candidate for the House of Com- mons on the 21st. wrecking the furniture in the station not bef-n a single of intoxication j wrought by the introduction of mil- agent's house and otherwise' misbt-_ jj since the fhv. The men there do not! lions of sheep into tho range coun- having. At North Bay the police force want, licmor at all and so there is j try. These destroyed the range, and a number of-citizens were ready j none used. Apart' from the liquor Where sheep have eaten, it is said, arid at the first- sign of disorder re.! question there is no lawlessness, not i the ground needs four years rest be- a theft or breach of the law having j fore it is fit pasturage for cattle. reported. The police are well or. I Much land has become absolute waste ganized and are using a tent for the Devoid of grass to hold it down, the sand is blown from place to place by the winds. Then, too, the beef producing pow- er of the American West has been less ened by the settling up of the pruir- ies. States which once were dotted only with fat beeves are now covered with towns and cities, railroaag farms. True, as many cattle 'may be produced in" these states by the farm- ers as were formerly produced by the ranchers, but there is a large popu- lation at hand now-a-days to gap plied. All the best parts of the country are settled, and only those areas which are too arid or whose surface is too broken and rocky for agriculture is now devoted to cattle grazing. Even for this they are not well adapted, as many as from 20 to 60 acres being necessary to fur- nish sustenance to a single steer.' The United States Government has taken steps to remedy matters, and by granting leases is doing much to prevent the overcrowding of the Cowan's Maple Buds, Cream Bars and Milk Chocolate are superb confections. Nothing to equal them. COWAN CO., Limited, TORONTO cars. Into and through'this chute the cattle have to be driven. The beasts, terrified by their surroundings give much trouble before they ore entrained and frequently make wild rushes at the men and horses. None are so glad as the cowboys when at last the work is done. It may last only for a few days but it means working with the utmost strain fur man and horse. But if it is the hardest work of the year it is also ou many ranches the last. Peregrine Acland. FRENCH BARON LIKES LETHBRIDGE Distinguished Visitor in the 'City Interested in the Mines El .COMPUIIT One of the Commonest and Most Dangerous of Diseases. Everyone Should be Prepared for it with a Bottle of Dr.' Fowler's Ex- tract of Wild Strawberry. Very few people escape an attack of .Summer Complaint.. It may be slight, or it may be severe, but nearly every- one is liable to it. You cannot tell, when it seizes on you. now it may end. Let it go for a day or two only, and jce how weak and prostrated it will leuve you. There is only way to cure. it. j.nd that is by Da. FOWLER'S EXTRACT Lethbridge has been having a most distinguished and interesting visitor the past few days in the person of Baron Andre de Weill of Paris, F-rancf'. The baron is a young man, whoso bearing bespeaks the Parisian culture and the refinement of the roy_ i alist families of France. His father is Marquis do Weill, a leader of the {most, t-xclusive set in th St. Germain, and one of the greatest industrial magnates of France, being president of thi United Metal Co., of Franco, whose position in France corresponds to that of the Steel Cor- poration in America.. .'He owns sever- al mining propertii's in various parts of the world. The baron is in West- ern Canada with a company of en- gineers looking over the mining pro. 1 pects of British Columbia and Al- berta Baron de Weill, because of the high position of his family is a "diplomat d'honncur" of the French Govern- ment and is first attache to the French ambassador at Washington, D. C. The baron is much interested in Lethbridge and thinks it has the as- pcct of a great city. He is delighted KILLED BY LJSHTNING Gtvuga, Out.. Aug. turning off a wind mill during a, se- vere electrical storm Jas. Blake Ste- wart a young farmer of North ga was killed by lightning. A COUPLE OF DOLLARS A contribution of by Schweitzer Bros, of ten dollars .brings the Her- ald fund up to within a few dollars; of the sum aimed at. That amount should be in our hands tomorrow .so that we may close the fund.. "Who will be the person to bring in the two dollars. NORTHERN LEAGUE DISBANDS Winnipeg. Aug. Northern League of baseball clubs is no more. At the close of the today's games at Farbour" Brandon and Duluth, the Fargo and Duluth clubs will cease to exist. However, the pennant fight will con- tinue between Brandon and Winnipeg" minus the otlier two clubs. Fargo- unable to finance its team. SAD CASE Cobourg, Ont., Aug. David" P.Russ, formerly of Hadimand town- ship was drowned in attempting to recover the'body of an eight year old Finnish youth who had been drowned in the Ontagonagou river. He leaves a' widow and ,fonr child- OF on the nmi'Ubt lor uixiA -ihreo years and has It has beer. to see the country progress experimenting when you buy it. Do not accept a substitute or imitation, as many of these arc positively danger- ous to life and health. Insist on having DR. FOWLER'S. Mrs. Norman H. Ship Harbor, N'lS., writes 'Last summer my baby was very bad with Summer Complaint. tried most everything -fbr him, but nothing seemed to help. One day a neighbor called in and told me to try DR. FOWLER'SJSXTRACT OF STRAW- TIERRY, so I got n bottle and after a few doses my baby was cured. I ftlwayi keei> it in the it deserves. Hf was delighted with what he saw in an auto trip through the south country which he took with P. L. Naismith. He leaves for Moose Jaw in a few where he mf-cis his engineers. Thence they go to Washington and then back to France. Conservatives of St. Lawfence di. vision, Montreal, nominated Ex-Ma- yor H. A. Eckers for the St. Lawrence division. August time, tells on the nerves. But that spiritless, no ambition feel, ing can be 'easily and quickly by taking what is known by druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's tive. Within 43 hours after begin- ning to use the Restorative, im- provement will be noticed. Of course, full health- will not immediately re. turn. The gain, however, will sure- ly follow. And best cf will.: realize and feel your strength and ambition returning. Outside influ- ences depress first the "inside ner- ves" then the stomach. Heart antf Kidneys will usually fail. Strengthen these failing nevres with Dr. Shoop's Eestorative and see how quickly health will be yours again. Sold by J, J. Johnston. ;