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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta cmr OF LfcTtiUHiiL MUST CHANQE METHOPS. N^kcfriJNll N OTipB im Iwnby glvm tbiit in purituanca of � rMolutioa pMwad on thjB aoth. dar of Aucust, 1�0B In Council, the Councki of the City of Lethhridge intende to coaetruct thu following work m a local improve -ment, ,vl2., the laying of sewers a-, long the fallowing atnwta:' .From Itedpath to Dufferia along Ashtnead. Fron Bompas to Courtland along Olyn, . From BoDipas to Courtlaad along Crabb. ' ' 'i ' � ,From' Bompas to Courtlaad along Burdett, And all persona coacerned 'arc' hereby aotifled that unlein the nutj. ority of the ownem of the laiad effected, representing at least one-half the value ^hereof, potitloa the Council acrainnt the same within 3 weelM after the last ^ublicatioii of thin notice which will be oa the Slat day of Aug.. A. O.. 1906, such work will be proceeded with aad the coAtthero-, of afisensed against the property effected as provided by By-lavi in that behalf. C. B. BOWMAir. Beeratary-Traaaurer. Dated this 30th day of Aug., IMA. Tory Party Will. Ifavu to -elated to Win. Winnipeg, Aug. S-J.-Hon. f4�d W. O. 'Haultain, who is visiting in Winnipeg, says ho wuntM to �mh> the pru-pOHofl dominion Conflor%'ative co.i -vvntiuh hold^in Winnl|k!K. "It should be," said, Mr. HuiiUain caiphttticiiliy. '"the West is, now cn important factoi-, not,, onlv in the induBtriai, agricultural and cum-mercial life of the Dominion, hut eminently no in the political life, the great questions of Canada, nt least inany of them, are of the west. U is questionable if the ^vticst is iict more in touch with the east thnn the east is with the went. "Our representation, on thi*> basis of poDulation even,, is most unfair, The two new provinces, Suskatch -twenty reprcsfntativeH in the hoiiso! of con^ions at the prpsi-nt time which reduces the force of the argument of our comparative Insig.tiH -cance as political factors. . "I may say," said Mr. Haultain, vith emphasis, "ami I hope I itm. not preRumfituous in saying it, that material changes will have to tako Place in the policy and tactics of the conservative party if success would be obtained and better gov-ernmoht brought ahlicn the Cranbroo^lacrusMc club played in Lethbridge on the Hitli July they meta team which coulJ A NOTABLE WOMAN Mrs. CIMS. Nair*s Varied Eipcr* , lenccsintheWcst. (Victoria, i;.0., Colonist.) . SEALED TENDBRS, addressed to the' Postniuter General, will be ceived at Ottawa until Kaon, on Friday, the 38th of. Bcptmnber, I'MMl for the conveyance of His llaiesiy'.i Mails, . oa a proposed contract t.r Ibiir years, once per day �ach ^ay, between the Lethbridge fost pfRi-o and the aevcrat atnwt jCetter boxm ip cothmenco at tha pleasure of the Piustmaster General. - Printed notices opataiBing furtiier information as to coadijtipas of prp-d here next Monday-. 1 have this day notified I^jthbridge that the gams is decla:reil off, owing to Lethbridge not gjlyintf reply to my letters and telegram, and not giving .bondsmen time to advertise game. Bondsmen have this day withdrawn their contract, f have, therefore, seen fit to give Ihi.s game to Cranbrook M.V;, Lethbridge defaulting, which I assure you 1 regret. I must thank you and your team for the (lusincsslike way your club has been run. Yours truly, A. V. LAN�. President C. N. L. L. .This letter needs no comment whatever, being a V^ry succinct statement of acts affecting Lethbridge which taste unpleasantly to t.ho Cranbrook people who can take a beating like men if they bo fairly defeated, but who feel a sense of indignation at ^ defeat adnj'inistereil by means proven to be unfair. Whjn Mrs. Charles .Mnir, iiitiioatcly asso-riulud jWilh till! pioneer history of I the Xorlhwest lorn lories beiorv And Hiiitu their trunsfcr to C'uiiuili, uu i wife.of Churli.s JMuir, Ihti well ktiown Canailian author, pa.sscd away suddenly on the IT'lh inst., aged &7, I'rbm cerebral lieiiiorrhage. Mrs. Mkif came down with her daughter, Mr.s. U. Fi. Chrichtun, 'of Sylvan Heights ranch, Ukunagan lake, on a on a few weeks- visit. The paralysis occurred in u street car, and shu was immL*iliately taken to the Jubilee hospital, where everything po� sihlc was done, but shii never recov-. cred Consciousness. This excellent woman was Ijcluvcd by ail who'knew her for her gentle disposition and warm heart, and will bo greatly missciliby her friends throughout the Dbmiirlon, parliuularly in the Northwest whore,-in the early days, her hospitable Home was eveV open tO friends lind strangers alike. The fimeral .took'placc from the cathedr? ral today, the ofllciating clerrfyman iMsing Canon Iloanlands, and Ilev.. T. W. CuniiiTc, and the interment in Moss Bay cemetery. Itfr. Mair and: his son arrived on Saturday, ,but too late to see her alive. The pall-Ijcarers werCj all old Nortihfiwst or liritish Columbia iricnds, viz., Koh-nelh McKonzie, late of Bat Crock, Man., J&H. Macdougall and .1. Og-don Oraham, late of The Hudson.s' Co.; Ltd., Colonel Hnrohmer. late R. N'. W. M. police, O. A. Henderson, Bank of Monlroal, Vernon, and J. T. McDonald, all but Mr. Ifcndcrson lieing now tvsidents of this city.^ Amongst other Wiunipegcrs /present were' Mr. Frank Clark, N.W., Macleod.V.O. Inspector. U. S. Crot ty and late Suporintendcnti " bnch of the N.W.M. police. The foli�>wing extract from Hcnr.v ). Morgan's valuable "Types of Canadian Women,' more ample notice which will inter -est' many of our ��a, Mrs. Mair was allowed to leave, anet took up Iter quarters in the settlement. Homo weeks afterwaitls her husband escaped aiul rcdchud Portage la Prairie, whore his wife, who hitd run the gauntlet of the guards, disguised as a man, in a half-breed capote, cap and sash, joined him. The exiiedit -Ion organized by the loyalists at the Portage for the capture of Fort (tarry ami the releuHu of the prisoners confined there, followed, and ofter its collepsc Mr, Mair and Sir John Schultz escaped to Canada taking dilTerent routes. It was then mid-winter, and their journey was made on snow shoes. After the former's departure, the retjcls made search for him at the Portage, and not finding him, determined to take his wife back with them, but this scheme was happily frustrated through the astuteness of another woman, Mrs. Oeorgn. In March fol-ioyving she returned, herself, to Fort tiarr>', to mbke search for Nomc,'� HuillcieRtly excellent to sMisfy i^cn the most hypcrcrKieal among the. audience. Hilliard Campbell, asjilun kctt, is also well oast for the Work;' among others, his song "So Brdwn' a Beer" gives great, pleasure and his stage work is also agmiablff. Jack llewey is fully �qUat to hla part as the 'Sheriff, both being a food tin* gcr ^nd fully eiqiiai to the calls made on him for well developed ' humor. The piece is nicely set, the chorus capable and attractive and the whole production musical, artistic ami de-servingT of credit to all concerned. Scat sale opens at 'ttlgrabottiani's Drug S>tore, Saturday, iSept. 1st, at 10 a.m. IfOKE PRIZE WINSEB9. LADIESf' WORK AND HOME MAN-UFACrtjBEIlS. Red the has Af-She is Gries- KEI^E NEXT WEEK. Mr. , work, is a RoBcians ApiKjar in the Popular Comic Opera "Martha." n : The faVotiUJ. Roscians before :-em. harking on .an extended -,westo,rp route, which will necessarily take a long tinto to negotiate, will behq^rd ...... . for one nifht in �n opera which has niel been described and culpgized as the Sttitk Waleiing Rescr^ PUBLIC NOTICE ia beivbsr gtven that the caaoelled stock wateriag'te-acrVea which w^ra offeimt for aiUe'at public auetida at'CfJgary,^th River, Plnchcr Cteek, Hacieod, Lrth-bridge and Medicine lUt, aad were not-'dispoaed of, will ba aold at iiri-vato 'sate to the holder of adjoinihg land at the rata of (8 per acre; pro-V-idod kpplicatioa therefore ia natde to the Secretary, Departnent of the Interior, Ottawa, within 90 days. If no appkicatidas' are'noeivedV from pcrsoaa 'holdibg adjoiaiar lead othur dispoBitiba will ))e' made'of those lands. 'The terma of paymeat are oiie-fourth' ia caih at date ofaala arid the balance ia throe eqiial an* liual'lnsialmenta wiifli iaternt at the rate of '5 per cent per aaaiim ba the balhnce of the. purchaae inehey from time to time remainlag unpaid. ' W. W; �CORY. / Deputy Minister of Intend?, dittawa. August 18th, iiWM. FOR SAL-E. Th� following horses fur sale: Children's pony, very gentle, -ton be ridden or driven. A! bargaia fSS.' 'Ladies' saddle pony, arell broksth- bridge Hotel. 135.00 REWARD. \ Lost - Bay hon�, branded VS (monogram) left hip.-J. E. HOW SON, Medicine Hat. WANTOD. . X good, geacral servant. Mrs. Xieo. MaOCay., �Apply ^ FOR BALK. / Oood ranch of 160.acm. about three miles from Lethbridge, .lew buildings, about 40, h�ii# of cattle, mostly steers, IS head of good horses, iseven of which are marae, farming implements, etc., enquire at Herald office. ^ ' StRAVEri. ..Onto my place on Twelve . M.'e Coulee one buckskin mare^with ifur ness and long rope on.. Ownor - in^i.v have same hy proving r�r.ip-�,!,,v. �ijt| l>aying expenaea. . H. I JK. Saskatchewan maiKtae'have eiaetM these ofneers^ OiMd XifabK B. !> Camfiky, indiah' Read. DeouUr Grand Vasten Right Worthy Bro  fhsr C. O. Davidaba. Priaea Albert. Grand Treasu.rer, A. ihepparri, |to> gina. Grand Becretarjr. Right Wor. thy Brother tir: J. U. Shair. Tba CoMMokl WEiONESDAY,^ SEPTEMBER Gth. Hang Kong in thirty days, travoll-ing all the way from Liverpool on ships or train, and making the journey with only two changes, in Ave days better time thaiV ia possible by any other route. The i.ew train will make the run between Quebec and Vancouver in 08 hours. The equipment viU ite the best that the road possesses. The new service is the result of an arrangement made to carry the British inAils, and it is expected that it,will result Hi securing a very large proportion of British travel to the east for the C. P. R. route. Montreal, Aug. 21.-The new British and Japan i^iiail service, an .important arrangcmont for the rapid delivery of British, China and Japan mails, has just been nwde by the ipiperial postal authorities with the Cj^nadian i^aciflc Railway compa-iy wiinreby the. mails will be handled by this one company for a distance of over 12,000 miles. A special fast mail train ^onsistini^ of the necessary mail and baggage car accomitnoda'tion, and from two \to' four sleepers and a dining car for through passengers will be run a-crosB Canada from Quebec to Vancouver in 93 hours. This traia will make only a lew stops at the. chief stations e,nrQUte. Similar arrange -ments'will be made for mails' and thirouglh pasaengers eostbound. EDMCJNTON TO DAWSON. Dawson, Aug. 20.-B. Stewart, scientist, arrived yesterday, completing a trip from Edmonton to Dawson, making the three thousand tnilus in only seventy days, which is rt-niark|ible time. The Klondike Argonauts of several yeara ago spent two j'ears in getting over the same route w:ith suppiieH. There is a member of Congress from the southwest whb hod a trying experience in learning to. run the big motor cur he purchased last srinter. Chuk day a friend said: "How are you' getting along with the thing?" "O. I'm making progress," wa8�i,he modest reply of the southwesternor. IhJing pretty well, eh?" "Yes," resumed the congressman, an opportunity presents .itself to decide which is the betteaaeami, their opponents make default. The Lavasseur cup comes back to Cranbrook and with it comes the, an. ^ , She first went to Manitoba in l��.a rebellion gives / her n�nu!;so hoiio. able a place ,lu tlie hi'wory of Mani-tolia, IS 'a daugitter of tliu late Augustus Mackenn'y, Esq., and was l)orii ducatcd at Amhorstburg, Out. the gravely. "I can spit without ping,, and soon I expect to lie to raise my hat."-American Utor, stop abfllo Spec - championship. This Is not the kind of win or the manner of champion -ship v-'antod. The feeling between Cranbrook and Lethbridge would bu a great deal more cordial if eithL-r one team or the other wentdown to unmistakable defeat in the jpen field. The above is a choice stat�miont to come from a team, that haan't half a dor�n homo players on its make-up Again Lethbridge was willing to play the nUUch but positively duclin-to go to Frank or Fcrnie, but were willing to meet Cranbrook at Pin-cher Creek. Cranbrook refused. Now who is the worst sinner. Manager J. L. Drown, of the base ball club, states that the Taber chaV lengn to play for HlOO a side will be accepted next week and that the I ileal club will go yabcr one Iwjtter and �aiso the amount to f500 a side.-Medicine Hat- News, WE MAY GET A JUDGE. C. A, fHua:rt of Calgary Said to h" Slatod for Iiethbridge District. Ottawa, Aug. 22.-A ro-arrangc -mcnt has been made of the judicial districts of the province .of Alberta, which increases the number of judges from throe to five, thus increusih�; the facility for.the discharge "f judicial business. . Macleod and Lethbridge are each, the centre of a district. The Calgaiy diatriet is reducod ia area by the change; and also by the creation of a new district, including the country along the C. anclE.from Millett to Innisfaii. The portion of the province north of MiUett forms the Edmonton district. It is understood here that C. A. Stuart, of Calgary, M.P.P.. for Gleichen will tie appointed to the Lethbridge district and N. D. Beck of Edmonton will he named a justice for the northern district, with Iwnd-quartera at Wotaskiwin. J. S. Hunt has licen made ninnnnt manappr lif the Bank Commerce at High River. -the yciirof tho Sioux uuissacru in Minticsola-and ^ as the route (bi-loived by the party with w^iiom.. she was (composed of.hpr-parents aiui others), lay through a poirtioa '= at Mie scene of the outibreok,'their ex-penences were sometimes of tt|tryini[ and eventlul chdracter. Her. father, who was engaged in the fur trade, after a few years, owing to failing, health, returned" to Canada with his family, but lus daughter conie back to tlw) setticmunt in 1808, with her uncle and aunt, Sir John and Lady .Soh4iliz, and in September of the same year was morricd in Winnipeg; to Charles Mair, then an offlcor' em-lilo.ycd hy thu Canadian governmont. thy returning from their wcdoscd of half-breeds^ and'~ Irish-Yankee F'emans. Iinprisoneil ifivForl Garry, Mrs, Mair found herself with^ in 4lie walls, aeparattHl from her husband, and on'^attempting to leave her place of confinement was brouglit back by order of Iliel. During the week that followed, she was ont.v twice/ allowed to see her husband, who on the last of occasions, Informed her that Riel had intininl-odthat ho was lo be shot, and that as hi-' intendum if po.ssible, to escape she should nuike another elTort to get awn.v, as, otherwise, in the event of bjs success, Ehc might be detained per-of success of successes" in the Ros,-cians popular re|wrtoiri!. This is Fiotows Cnglish Opera, Blartha, containing Moore's, inwiortal ballad, "The I^Ht Rose of Summer," the splendid "Spinning Whcet" and 'Good Night' Quartettes, the .Tenor Aria, "Ah So Fair." aiid the contralto solo "Cupid Uoguolle Is." Miss Nola, Mr.. Walters, Mt. Camp-boll, Miss.Crowley and Mr. Dewey an> so enamored of thu opera, they would like to sing it at every per-ibrmnnce, but though the financial returns from "Martha"' are largely in excess of any other production in the Roscians list, this 'is iri�|�ossible; too frequent- repetition of the difficult scene, Hoiild wear out any singer. The "Outburst:' of .Spokane. Icailing .society and art journirt of that city, thus conuiients on the company's |ii>rformanuc: It is a treat to witness and a pleasure to reconi the excellent work ,>i the "Itoscian Comic OiMM-a Coiili-(laio " at the Spokane Theatre. The promise of brilliant achievement, us foreshadowed in the opening select -ion * 'I'he >Iikado" is lo every way lived, up to in the production of Alarfha " In spite of bad weather, crowded houses and delightcKl pat -rons have l>ecn the rule. The action of the piece is bright and lively; the music rich and sonorous, and de lightfully rendered; the closing chorus of tlw third act proving an artistic triumi>h,and well oera. The principals are thoroughly equal to the rolcS^ ^ibtted Tand have excellent support in the chorus which incliidcsone, or two voices of great range and sWectlicss and high power. Miss Liicia Nbia minkes ii charming Lady Harriet, as Martha at the Fair, and her easy, graceful singing of "Thn iMHt Ifose of Summer" has bmni pro 2 Conyent. Point laae, � I and 2 Convent. : ^ llattenburg work, I and 3 Convent.  Child's Dress, . I; Mrs. F. Jones.,' f, '' . Rag rug, ' - 1 Convent. j.h Home-made quilt (cotton). 1 Convent. Dinner mats (crochet). 1 Mrs. J. A. Sh�d�> ' a,',Un. II. Scot^. Painting, on bolting silk. iv.and 2 ConvepV ' Crochet work, in "silk. , ^ 1 Mrs. J. A. SljMki. J. 1 ^8 Mrs. A. Southard. Sidelioar^, scarf. an.vkind-1 Mr*; j;'A. Slade. a Cbnvent, Teadoth. any kind, � ' 1 Convent. 3 Mrs. PalmiH-. ,, Artistic bed spnad. 'I Mir^.Ji Wolsey: 3 No. 42, Slippers, worked on canvas. 1 Mrs. J. A. Sladn. Painting on satin pr velvet. I Conven*. 3 Mm.. A. Southarii; ' Pressed wild flowers, best cbllectii>h; 1 Miss Stella.McDiamnid. 3 Mrs. J.. A. Slade. Plain hand sowing, ^by girl under 15, �'i Convent. |-'' tiest dozen button holes, 1 Convi>nt. 3 Mrs, J. A. Slade. Embroidery, not herein speciAed, 1 aitd 3 l-onvent.  ; Cross .stitch"'WjDrk,':.y' .'^ I Convent. Special, Doyles, Mrs. J. Brown. PopttlatioB eloM npem^i'M^ creaeiag daily! ?f Onto tkM towa ia A|herU.( A coal r�nchia� and farmh� UMlM, corporatad aa~4f^ttty itiiirW^-\ CITY birnciASii. Hajror-rileo^.'itofnra. \, r\ ''., I City Audttor^Bobt. ModioalHeatth OOcer-lfM. l| DeVebcr. MD.; Chief of Fire Humphrica. ^ , BOARD 0� EintS^' Chalrman-r^.'H; SM:ntafy'^C.:':Biiloyiiii& Truatee�-Dr. a�lbr�ltii,>:ii) ' '"'"�"��mm. If Johastoa, M; Dooley. BOARD or Prfsident-c'F. F.'Ci Vi�e-PrcsMen(-E., Secretary-P. H; ExsGutiye-rWm. Oliver,! Notirse. F. Sick^ BarfoPd, M. Young. GOVERNMENT OCTIi IMS .,,tl�� mi: Ii Dominion Lande-rJ.::W. Imn�wratdon.--Cliaa. I: IBS immifration acsvt, A. ^B. ^\ riea. care-taker. imraJgratioiif ReciBU:ar of Vital Bowman. Superintoadsaiot J. O. WilflOB. Poatmaster^J;'D;^ Cotleotor of CustamrSli-v:' Chief of Polioe-B. K. lAbleB Silliker aad J Iktaber.of AHiarta^Lagtalai C. Bimmons, ^- , Member of Houaa of Cc Jao. Herroa. Pinoher Ci�al|. cHURcuf^i^ \ r^^ Anglicatk^Rev. J. 8. OhlvMr^ytarian-Rer. Ai Methodist-Rev. J. Baptiat^Rev. ^Ohaa. BalvatioB Army-Capty BAKKB. Bank ot Voatraal-II. V. tanafir. .^'t^' Baak of Commerca-0. ^Q.,^l Nourae, Maaager. Vaioa Bank-O, u. \, Maaaaeir.' . ^ ' BAILWAYi , Lat^idfle ia on Ci Uae of the C. P. U.. aad become a diviBioaarpdiat^ iMMlquarteni of the A.*R'. ay, running south to QntAi Montana. J. J. Hill's tiaaatal road ia atrilte thia polat. _ fiViaetad eorth to Calgary__ hr�fe ia a vary tow yeara.'ia' to ha a big railroial eaatca. ^ �I M. Oaidi ROMANCE At MICHEL. Two Young ^heniian Ladies .trrivc to Claim the Same Man-Result. A Ddublo Wedding, (Ferniii Free Press.; In afTairs of the heart some -non are born lucky while othern strive in vain to win the object of their clioicc. A young Bohemian of Ml-chc* is one of the funiier class to a gifnter extent than most fortunate .voting men, foi- this week them alighted from the train at ^ Michel two young ladies, one 17 years old uiid the other 10, all the way from the land on the Danube, to claini the young man as their afllai^ed huiiband. Thoy had both atarlkd riom their native land on the samiB train, had sailed on the same Bteaav-nr and arrived on. the. sanM/,; without knowing that ithi^' ' were going to meet tlw rbm ywuHg.nwn. The man iu qumtibn'ktit.'the situation bntvoly and prohiptly .made his choice, choosing the older, aad to him no doubt, the fairest; The other resigned herself to lier fate, but fate in this land where 'tliereiV a dearth of the fairaeic, U kind to: mm "FARMIMQ. M ::>l!iie|eeiii)i ttta'-'td' direotiMia am beiafe > rapidly aM aad there ia no doubt hut Hm towa will Booto be tiwoeatra.aC agrlcuHural wealtft Lethbridge la mily rirrigaUotf BoBM ot the .flaest tMrma are tu be aaea near tlw tawa. u "mm ^ LooATXoir. LeCMbrldge is the aatiinU ca^iWi? Soutiwm Alberta. It is tlm.huh of..L. M� district, and from v';!vj;|Slli#.'S A potltioh has also (or a public school at I;^ oVBce. -IfuntfyJileJdis^J^ ;