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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETIIBRIPPK3MOT HERALD 11 You will be Glad to Know AN ALLEGED BIGAMIST WAS MARRIED IN LETHBRIDGE you know of the KigM1 quality of our ice or whether you want ice cream that you are confident is made from the ind purest that our Man From f Oklahoma at will be sold at 4 AT THE FAIR OUR POLICY TO BUILD UP A BUSINESS ON ITS MERITS IS DAILY BRING TO OUR PARLORS AT SCHWEITZERS OLD MANY WHO ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT FEELSAFEWHEN THEY BUY FROM THE TASTES GOOD BUT IS THE QUALITY OF THE ICE CREAM THEY EAT ICE CREAM NOT ONLY CREAM AT BOOTH INE KILLIEN PARLORS AT SCHWEITZERS THIRD AVENUE ARE NATURE KINKS STRAIGHT J I tion Work of Na Made Straight You not the over the doors of luit tlioj Pacific GanadirihNorUierii tnnrsfcori tincntal which are rushing grades and stoePtS the Pacific Four thousand laborers are at work tjrad inland pre paring for the rails on the first named line In 40 stsam two j track laying machines and all sorts of tackle aio employed the last leg the ocoantoocean Engineers arc confident that the golden spike will be rajles midway betwfeeh Edmonton the con have charge of say the job cannot bo earlier than the fall of 1314 and possibly not before the mid dlu of Graders are now entering tho most difficult part of the the liiial oOlfc all of which is along stoep aide cpmposed of fy rriicff clay The tho routo through the Velio whoad pass which1 makes otiier transcontinental giades appear as they were now runnii a practical every and will keep the shovels busy for after all the steel is Tiature of ground betwee the rail head Fort George pr sents numerous problemsin enginee The mica clay slides i instances ithasbee necessary to dig the same place two orthree With a mountai of tins jellylikemixture heeding ipiil a right Varafnll start Grand Trunk Pacific has a problem i railroading not encountered elscwher m Uje western country Poca liontas and U etc Cache the mour tains riso to heights of from 6000 t Tho highest peak is M feet from base io apex e the present head of steel fiye miles below Tete th1 juaiest place on the Two steam the Constructor and the Conveypi were built last spring by Weld ind to transport supp down the swift running Fraser river the Steruptuklle type 150 feet in length with 24foot beam driven by 150horse power engines The boats are of green spruce timber sawed on tho considering the they are remarkably gobc on account of draw ing too much the boats can be used when the stream is at its highest Go far only Half of the supplies have been and as the season is Hearing its close there will be Five steam shovels and several hun dred cars of equipment and material Early showing of 20 and following days We will show our first HM Fall Millinery Newest Ideas in Trimmed Hats MISS CAMERON Hill Block upstairs are piled up at the head of steel an there ds so muchother apparatus coir ins P every day that one wonder how the contractors can send even a fraction ot It downtheFraser rive before navigation The lighte supplies will go down in whic are huilt at the head of steel and aban doned after conveying the cargo ti tho 100 miles helow Stutlmrd experienced men with 20foo sweeps at bow and stern are necessary to navigate one of these Loading a steam shovel and trans porting it downa swift river itf a jol that would give even sailo some The shovel is rim overa temporary track to an open 40feet in length and 20 feet ir lowered into the bottom and lashedto noseof the conveyor When the craft swings into the cur rent and heads down thework men hold their breath and the owners jegin to figure the probable shovels have been taken down turned loose and allowed to so without The Fra ser lias already claimed human mostly by accidents vitli rude handled by inexper ienced There are numerous wirling eddies in tho against Ihich even the strungest swimmer has ittlo or TIO At intervals along ihe Edmonton and the head of are acant store houses and other build ngs of log walls nnd tent roofs whicl vere once occupied by builders gangs broken shovels mains of wornout discard d clothing and footwear and heaps t tin cans are rusting and decaying i the varied of climate inc ere and there a lettered stone tells the work of railroad construe which draws its materials from 13 whole civilized must also Ice its toll of human Thirtytwo large and small steel ridges will be constructed between esplendant and Fort George After 1 Tete Juan cache the road wli ross the Fraaor river four times be re reaching the The first of ess bridges is At miles the At the OB iles farther crosses e river twice within a few re ossing it nt tho There Is so a bridge at making rQ spans over tho Fraser long bridge will cross tho Shusway river and one must be built over the Ghost river before trains arc run into Fort The principal contractors helow jsteelhead are Carlton 25 with seven shovels GrifHn and 25 with four shovels on the ground IJurns 43 with a battery of diggers 25 five and Slmfnona the last 50 miles of the grade to Forl This outfit six of the largest shovels in Western Groat Falls OnFriday last of the First Baptist church performed the ceremony uniting in marriage Cioodseeil from a giri givingher name as Distil roiu It now appears that Qood is a having two other wives The story is best told in the following despatch irom Great Trailed from lie western part of Oklahoma from town to town as iar lite international boundary and ihcn back to city with officers on the watcli at every important point but always too late to make his cap ture a Kan alleged to have two neither was arrested in this eity last evening ivhilc travelling with an 18yearold girl passing as bis wife and to whom it be was married at According to information which has been received in the city regarding the case it is believed that tho girl who was travelling as the wife of Qobdseed sold into it being claimed by the offic ers upon their trail thai Tack a cousin of the girl and who was one of the had made a deal GoqdsecdUby which he had sold the It only recently that Good seed and Tpt a comely young blonde of 18 de from accompan iedbyKing and headed for the north it is is a married man a wife and three small residing in that deserted his family and ivhen the fact iccanic known anofficer of the last office was started out posthaste upon the Tjjis officer jLhom from town town where in numerous laces that they stoppedat ho and according toa toie ihorie message received in the city ioni anofficer Goodseed and the lrifan and HHI This officer traced them as far as Billings and learningthat they had taken a westbound Jlurlington train in this direction decided that they were lie at communication with and with titc slierilt at The telephoned to Sheriff Col lins yesterday afternoon thai party liad passedthrough that place on the train from Lothbridgo anil were supposed to have returned to Ibis city on the local train to arrive here at 6M5 last Undcrshcrift Nicholson re ceived this word shortly before the arriving timeof the train and noti ying Sheriff Collins at once went to the Upon ihe arrival of the train the undcrsheriri saw the trio of the coaches and upon their alighting Goodseed was placed under arrest by that Sheriff Col lins and Deputy Sherifi The girl seemed take the arrest as a joke and laughed about She wa allowedto goto the jail with Gooi seedand remained there last nigh though she is not under Sh uul her when she arrive Following the arrest the Oklahom official was notified by telephone an ie stated that he would arrive fron MlingsHbis afternoon on train 4 take charge the volunteered the infor niatfon that following Qoodseeds dis ippearancc from Leedy with the Friz ell girl it became known that he hai wives never having beei divorced from his first before marry ng the His with icr three has since gone to ler parents in After being taken to the count a search of he effects of tho irisoners brought to light a marriage showing that Goodseed and he girl had been married in Leth It is presumed went to Canada to be mar ried for the purpose of evading pub licity in this country which might leadtotheir by the of and they came back here with the intention of quietly settling at in the It is understood the charge against Gopdseed isthat of The girl is not being held a prisoner hut occupying quarters at the CASTRO EEdDi TO STRIKE VENEZUEL GENERAL Exhibits all t V in Place v Continued froin front T G MEREDITH K Of London who has been offepad the position corporationKCounsef ofTo ronto at asalary of per in succession to Hi OLDHOME DAY Letlibridge Day at the is an appropriate portumtj to send to a friend at soraebody who will hopleased from or who may Visit Leth bridge during DryFarming Congress week next Frae with pictur eaque views ot Gait Gardens will be distributed at the Her aid and DryFanning Gpngreas and facilities provided all to write a few lines to tho folks at BLENHEIM HAS TERRIFIC STORM IS A NATIVE OF ONTARIO presided at tho trial of Clarence Log for Jg a native ot this city He waa born and received his early education Huttons niolher lives at with her Fred of this la a i terrific rain aud thunderotorm passed over hero this morning about three and did a great deal of damage to crops and c NADRUCCn LAXATIVES v Womens Commonast Ailment rootof ft of Ihelr heaHhfproSpllyyields to the genllo but certain action of NaDruCo a box at your ORUO ADO ClfttlllCJIl OF experiences in win ning the premier Judginga a seemsto be about as diflloul as baseball Then are kickers and all Wnils of insinua tions One of in charge of aif exhibit of Jerseys thought thai a hail been given all the avors at Edmonton btjcanse be hat sold his stock for the demonstration farms the judges were conseftuent jy judging government stock and banding out the However his stock hadnt been judged here yet and it remains to be seen what kind of lick he will There probably wasnt much ground tor this iit it to show the judges ire up Therewere no kicks heard among lie 1orsemen and all seemed pleased vith theaccoirimbdation provided and the arrangements made for caring or the Among biggest exhibits of cat fineherd of Ayrshircs own ed by of De and a magnificent hunch of AberdeenAngus owned by of Iowa Jerseys arc shown by Harper and son of Bull of of Spring and It was surprising lo learn how popular the little Jersey cow is iu the One naturally thinks of Ayr Galloways and others of larger frame than the but dairy men say tile milking qualities of the Island cow make her a prime That a thoroughbred Jersey cow is a luxury is evidence bytha fact thai be lowest priced ones run at to 225 of s an Holstein expert and has sonic me animals on This afternoon Barney Oldfield is auto racing was the atr raction tor the grand Tomorrow the racing starts nd tomorrow night tho first evening performance will be There will np performance EMIORANTS TO AUSTRALIA Aberdeen liner Moravian carried 700 emigrants lo All of the Com subsidizedpassages have been taken till tho end ot the Information recclvetl by adherents o ipriano deposed Prosicleiit b not iijlcts that bo ii the Cauary but that he 1 completing arrangements for anothe descent upon That tbi project may prove successful this time because of tbe open hostility to Pres dent now dangerously approach Ing Is considered to be il most certain f ALBERTA FAIRS 2 August August Circuit October October Circuit 4 October Circuit 5 Sepf SO THE STANDARD AND FAVORITE and Section 6 October October Section 7 October October October October Section 8 PRIEST SUMBITS TO PAPAL DECREE Aug 19 reak has been made in the ranks ot he eighteen priests of the Monnoir Abbe Bergeron baa cent u his submission to the Papal deb Mgr at Word was received at the residence f Bishop Bernard on an ounclng officially the submission of bbe This is the first of 10 band of eighteen priests who stood by Canon Lemieux during the past live years of trouble to abandon and submit to the orders cf Bishop Bernard No wold could be obtained regarding the future position of Abbe Exhibition Exhibition THE GOURLAY PIANO A cordial invitation given to the purchasers and by the Manager ROBERT IBEY Exhibition Exhibition HERE Three facing north on 7th close See us about these si RIPLEY ;