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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Keof enay Steiil Ringii Burn all kinds of f iwl re A WEEK IN THE STATES London* IbrMilo NenrrtiHHiiHljMll Vancouviir-Si'JaihRNJi BRODIE & St)LE AGENTS I tiK mi FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMM0t)AriON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC X EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS , HOT AND COLO WATER J RATES ,$l.SO A VAV |LEfHBRIDGE - ALBERTAJ ROYAL ^ TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 pmr Iky FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE R(X)M8 IN CONNECTION '^7^^no'ooo:o:dD:o:oToToIOIoIoIo.o. OTo'o'o'olo'oIoT)ro'o:o:o'oof)fKi Machinery '.* Webber I and Adams Wagons *.* ; Canada Carriage Co.'s Buggies. Etc. J. F. RODGERS; X i 'Phone 63. Managei'. x DRAYING All kinds of Drayiug and Team work done proniptly. . CARL KIRKHAM AMY even numbered ecllon n Dominion LaniU In- Manliobt, BMkatcliiwu and Alberta, eiGepiinK R anl M, aot rM�rr�d. m�j be homeMeaded by an; peraoa who la tb-sole bead of a family, or any raalforer it yoar* of axe, to the rxtmt of aue-i)uari�r MCtlon of 100 acre*, more or lea*. Kn'rjr mualbe inade'at the local land office for ibe diatriet in wblcblke 'land le aituatr. The bomeateader la required lo petlofm ihe condition* eonaeeted ibcrcwUb under ooo of tbefullowlac plana.: ' I. Atleaaials montha' f�alland oniered for ibi re>iulrementa aa to realdence may be aatlkOed by aucb ycrann lealdlnt with lh� father or cotber. �. If the nettler baa hlaperniMnent realdence upon farmluf laud owned by hiro In ilib tIcIu Ityof bUbomeotead. tbe-re^utreneitte aa to roaldeipee may bo aatiaflcd hy rtaldcnco upon tbeaald land. �la monha' notice In wriilog ahouU be cl'eo to the OoinmlaaluBer of IMmlnlon Lauda at Ottawa or iBtenUoa to apply for pawal. . .if;-w.oo�v. Deputy of iho HiiHttr of the Interior. MINNKSOTA. .Aceopclinff to tho new city dirw-toiy hi. I'aiil'.s ((opulution is 2dtJ,- mi. - lohn I'". Ofbiin, the grcateHt baritone Hinder at. Pnul has prodtieetl, ilictl at the AKC of 31. ' . Loren Fletcher of SlinncapoHH, bfi' noui)cd that ho woiiM not he a -.'AIi-(li(ldt|^ for re-election to Congress. Harry llrown, of Minneapolis, fell from a scalToid at the ncv. biiildlnir of the Twin Clt.v Hapid Co., in Cil. I'aul and died in a few dayR.' Itiehard Neiihaiicr was Htruck and killed by if passenger train n'sai-Owatonna. He wuh in the hubit of watkinK on the trucks near'his home ftt iilaht.^ (leor(i{e Andrews, a pbotbgrapht'r at Cftss Ijike H�� tnrrod and fenlii ofod and driven out of town. , He won charged with ii^cuting �' little girl Improperly. It in propoMcd to have''a miilioM dollar ICpl8co{>ai cathedral in At. I'aul, on a site diagonally oppoititc the toi-thuonlinK Oatholit; cathedral, which will CQKt on eciual. amouni. Ilernanl Bivcrtson, of Itcd Wing, got drunk and failed lu apiiear^ the evening he wuh to tnnri'y MiHN �dla K. Ilerman.son. The bride-to-be'fell in a faint and in in a prccar'.qus condition. . , ; In a brawl in Minneapolis, .Tohn Harris poked Frank Stafller in the eye with the ferule of his umlircl! i. The ferule penetrated the brain,;nnd. StaWer died in three days. HaiT'!* was arrested at His hbihc near Oentorville, Iowa. J)r. Le I'oinic of Ijc Sueur, a veterinary surgeon found a ntonstros - i XOnTU DAKOTA. Hainiiel I>avis wus convicted rt Fargo of robbing the post office at Cavalier. He was fined $300 and sent to the Sioux Falls pcnitonl^iary for six years. A tramp sign painter vho worked ix'Cvntly at Uowbells is wanted ecteSioux Falls authorities declared war on "mashers.'' As a starter, one O. Williams, a moniiHir of the gentry, was given \Tt days' imprison-tnent. John Hcier, a farmer near Emery, invented an attachment to his binder, consisting of eight plows, no while he is binding his grain hi> can pIow' his iaifil. A 32 po�-er engiite is used.r August Schultz, a young'man >-.f Miner county, becomes violently insane every night when the clock' strikes 11 and recovers hts reason in the' morning. Hot wentlier is believed to have caused h!s,madness. IOWA of ill SAVE MONEY NOW > * Central Iloot& Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. PRQP. Letbbritlge, Alta. 1 can sell you tots now in Tabor for $100, that will be selling at I2D0 in a mouth** time, � Qood Funning Land for sale also, W. P.liCsSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor, Alta, SMOKE Lethbridge Belie Havana Smoker T. W. ANRAHAN MANl^rACTUBEB . CHOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ UNS City Bakery r. C. C6eK�. Prop. Air. anrs of a threshing crew near Packwood, were f>bisoncd bjr b�ef. Mrs. Goodman, wife of the oi%-ner of the place, and her children were also made ill. The lives of all the victims were savc'e a're all looking prini has been careful cultivation, -ind the farmers have done their r i k right. At Raymond the beets are the b^-tt ever. The cut-worm did some iniiry early in the season, but the farmv^>rs re-seeded where necessary, and the Cvhole crop is now ihrivfag. One man has 2.'iO acres of heavy cro;. and there are ^.ther fa-ms tha' promise e^iually well. Ijethbriiige fair in toRie ri�|'Mfcar. The thicken in. dustry iii developing faster In' the Lethbrldge district than in the vie inity of Calgary. I>�thbr.idgi� offers a good market for 'ail pradiice, and irrigated lands require a systeih of intensive fanning to iwike the lan.1 pay. Hence it is thai so many liuve tindertakon the, raising of poultry, i D. J. Whitney had a novel exltifi't at the Ixithbridge fair in a comb of honey that was made in .AlbertV. This is one of the earliest ventures of the kind that has yet been made in the province. - The exhibit of vegetables was vuiy excellent, including even'ies well matured. W. A. Hamilton, socrctary of the exhibition, deserves grea't c^it for the special features he introdUw-ed. Prizes were given lor  forestry punX tations (1) for the (reate'St .numt>i�r of trees in town and country, (2) for the greatest progress mads ty any one man. , Prizes wore offered for .garilens to the chihlren under IQ yeara^of a�e. Still other; prizes were glveA for collection of wfeeds.'i. C. P. R. AND f{ILf cni-bex/ling from his employers. In the l'niic, a fugillivo from justice lor moro tJian two years, was cuplurod and placed in the Glen-dive jail. While out on.bail, after being clutrfved with receiving stolen properly, ho fled to wcstorii Canada and workwl lot; the Hudson's Day Co. till ifcently. Ho relumed to Dawson Counly, Mont., where h'^ wife had got a ilivorco and. murrietl finothcr. Cherry threatened to  kill his foniior wife if ntui did not leave her socomi husband. He was captured in the Dog l^awls. Now York. Aug. 24i^Two miles of railroad will be built .in Great Northern territory for. ever,v, mile tb-it James J. Hilt buiMs, In .C'aaaldian Pacific territory, declo^ Sir Will  iam C. Van llorne, cKalrnian of thi�; board of directors oti^.tlw Canaliiui Pacific, who arrived! here .this m�>rn--ing^ Sir Willlain said Mr, HUH's plan to bitild a Canadlaa line .from the PaciAc Ocean to "^inaipeg, Man., in retaliaiion- for jthei;(Canadian Pacific's encroachnpent, ran clearly foolish, and probably was acloak for some plan, \Wbich: is not foolish. Mr, Hill also arrived in New York today, and said.the. Canadian Pacific evidently did not haVd a clear realixni^tion of the situation. MORF. POPULATION FIGURES.. Ottawa. Aug. 20.-The census Ijur-o�u today gave out the following further comparative statement of population .n cities and towns ~-if only a few senten-ces;-Mfirlh real life and strong taum^n character in it. Most of all he p>'iz-d a record of duty done and report' ed in plhin, laconic, businesslike fashion by the doer of it. Without doubt be would delight in a couol'c of official reports recently transmitted in the ordinary way of business by the Commissioner of the Royal Northwest Mounted Pvaa done. Receipt aitac4ied. CaiM concludotl. (Signed) Hy. Lett, 8er�t." 'Tile other report relates to the a."-rest at North Portal of. one Charles Monaghau. alias "Cowboy .lacx." who was wont to hold up barrooms on the other side of the international botmdary, and gloried in being rec**'('�d as a bad n�b. "Cowboy Jack" encountered British law in the person of Corporal Hogg^ who - iiad the honor of executing a warrant "issued for the said Monagfaan on the 15th day of May, under sections 105 and &0� of tke Code.: lor can* ing a gun without ju^lflcation ar.d pointing sitme at another (xirson." "On the 17tii instaBt," reads the report, "Corimral Hogg was eal!eluin blunt report, would, of course, insert some ebaracteristic annotations and .ip,iiK-trophies to the Corporal. Ho would especially delight in the succeeding^ paragraph, 4rhi,ch with an absolute ibsence of art sets forth with ^vividness which it is rarely given to art to. at tain, the Homeric character of the combat: /'During the arrest of Monaghan the following Government pro|)erty was damaged: Door broken, scr-oii smashed up, chair broken, fiehl jacket belonging to Corporal Hogg spoil ed by being covered with blood, an.l the wall bespattered with blootl." "Oie "Toronto Globe, in commenting on this says: "'It is too bad about tlie chair and the screen, and we trust the Government will promptly see to their proper repair, ami i)er-haps mdney for a new coat for Corporal Hogx can bo sphrod out i.f Mr. Fielding'svsitrplus of last yoa'r. If t.lie Govcrninont Nfiould; in addition, sq>Q fit tp carry out Commissioner Perry's rccoinniiottdation of a, grant of $20 to Corporal Hogg in recognition of his services, wo fancy the country will not disapprova." The Glolio is'quite right in thinking tAat the country will jnot disap -prove. The beauty of these plain recori nii>ri, rim MounlM Police, do then ivoik of preserving law and order. Their name and fnmo have jjone abio-id throughout the leng-th and brcaiKh of this continent, and fur lio.vond the bounds of the rohtinenl. T hero'-'.s nothing of which Canada has gmiter reason to Iw proud than of their record. LETMBMOO; Jffles-OftffOnW Honrs-11:4)0 !] Office Night Bili LGTBBRIOOK AMO I LethbridgeOfflM, Smiilgilid'___^ c. v. BBS4n� n.k.- I ^j, ueji^lij^f dr: is. c PHYSICIAN AMD OBct-Over fl\i^VMAm� 'paoisr� Offtoe 120 Urs. Mewbum,& Office-Redpath St. cor. ^ Honrs-Before 9 a^niii 7-8 p. m. Snndayg-'SsaD tO' p. m. Telephones 41 aid, F. H. Mewbubx W, 8. Oaii M. D. C. M. M.'D. O.; Physiciiini and Saigeong f: >' , Office�-Ott block. DR. B. JACKSON dbnti8t Graduate Northweatem UniYcMiif C- ^ Dental Hchool,Chi�i,fo. OfBco-Ott Bbtk, , i Drs. MeCiure *v Stewart, -4 hubobok dcnti8t8 I Office-^. D. Higinbotham'a new block. ^ , .>,'f ''^ Office Houn-9 a.n. to IS ji. - . 1 1 .yf I p.m. to S^fMM.'': J. E. AUBN Architect and SuperiatMdMit RAYMOND A. W. McVl^f DominioD La'^d Snnrsfor, Will derate his miUre tiBM-d^Mi the;-tumn townsitea. ' t \ m the'summer to laying -'ont' Ofintraot itrtoaa appiiMtioo. OB Ml Lethbridfce. ^Office at the Goiddila Hbtal; � H�cM la OMtetlows' aslt ever*' MSM -evrotut at T.tue'cioct. VisniagkretSieasn �lwst� wrlcome. >. W. Bennett,  M.0. C. V. B�inj5tt^,^ WILLOW BRANCH RESEXAK, LpDOE. j^Np.,.a,u:ia* 4 (-'^^,' " Mreta m fiddteiiews' Ban's- _ rourth ihuMSay. VMtttnt ��� Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie DBviea nec.ssc. - g.e. mm George Rogi^rs The Old Reliable Yaid North of Fieight Shed, Widest hict' Higikst GriiiKt For dry, cracked lips, or rough skin, use Dr. Shoop's Ojt^n > Salve It positively nmkes lips and skin like velvet. Sold by J, D, Biglnbotham 0(>VKRNOR S VISIT WEST. TO l-HI': Ottawa, Aug, 22.-The governor  general will bo tn the west for about two months ibis fall. Ho is going over the C.N'.R. trom Winnipeg to Edmonton and will return : from there to Macleod. From there . he will proceed to llrHtsh Columbia, in which province ho will spend ; nboj^it a month. -YARDBAT-, l�THiMNEalJI1fiMpi.niUII6 It WiU Pay Yon To See Our Stock Before BuyiugElaewhere. WeCan*tDolt For what some others do your, work for ; . x UT WE CAN DO Bt'tter, which it niore im-' portant to yon, as lb* lifb '~ of your r,_ , SliiKs. OiimOib isIeuKthenedlij OBf^HD. , cesB of lauBdBriag'xmMBl Neck Cbinfort ItRii poaaittle wliea your collar ha* "saw teeth" eilgea. In oiir laaa* dry, eyery collar ia ironed with  �mootb, roiindv oomfoftabla edge-no extra.,^rge either. , PboB*, 145. ^'bk^b ealla ererywbew.' Let BB,try  lo^ for you. I mi ft in reported that King FXiwarl cleaned up 93,500,000 upon the fee-eat rise in stocks in New York. ;