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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay Steel Ranges Burn all kinds of fuel London* Ibrenlo Honrr�al>livi>rinu> Coal Delivered Promptly. .' HAY, OATS. SAND AND STONE FOR SALE Synopsis Of Canadian North-West AGENTS FOR McCormick & Cocksliutt ? Machinery V Webber � _ and Attains Wagons '.' X Canada Carriage Co.'s Buggies, Etc. . J. F. RODGER3 'Phone 63. Manager. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. - o ANY even ntimoerert aeclloa n Dominion band* In Manitoba. Saskatchewan tad Alberta, e�c�piln� * an1 M, aot reieircd. mar �c bomeeteaded by any acreoa who la tta �' Drown, of Minneapolis, foil from a scnlfold at the nev building of the Twin City llnpld Co., In fit. l'aiil nnd died in a few days. Hlrhnrd Noubnuer wns struck and killed by a- passenger truin ii'�tr Owntontin. Hi- w�H in lh� hulilt of walking tin the tracks nciir'hi* homo nt night. George Andrews, a photographer at Cnss l-nke wns tarred and feiuli-ot-ed mill driven out of town. , Ho w�s charged with treating a lltllo girl Improperly. It Ih proponed to htivcti million tlollnr ICpiM'opnl culliwliul In 'M. I'fttil, nn u Hlte dliignnally o|�|hwIIc the forthcoming Catholic cathedral, which wilt cosi nil c(|tinl amount. Ilci'iinnl MiwrtNon. of ICcd Wing, got drunk und fulled to up|icur the evening he wiin to murry MIhn Kdla K. Ilernuinsoii. The lirldi'-to-he fell in a faint ami In in a pircnr'.ous condition. . In a hritwl in Minnenoirated the brain, and HtnHlcr dleil in three dnyit. Harris wan itrrcHted at his home near |4 Httetir, a /el-erinury Htirgcon fomxl a mon>UjH  i ity, with the heatl of a,calf, a nosy und mouth like a haboon'm and with j eyeh perfect, but cloNcly joined in the ventre of the foreheud. Tiu> nxmi-rpiai'tcrH �re like an ape's. | William (lamer wnN drowned 'it a ; lake near his home at Oukdale. ;le 1 expect ml to carry a tittle child > I crosn a connection lietween two { InkoN, ttttl lieforc rgt|tiiNt, proprietor of a j small hotel in St. I'uul who dHup  | iieiuvd July ti, taking with tfl.OOO, und wuk thought to l-e tlrowiied, vmh heard iroiu. He in nl : S|inkune, having gone west to in- vcHt in mining proportion)). ' A Minneapolis man who did not | give hln name h'red a launch at lied � Wing, which look him out on. Luke : I'epin. He there produced (he ukIicm j of hitt wife, who had dieil a, month jl.cforo, ami scattered them upon the j water. ThiN was in accord wll>lt the woitmn'H dying rt>qtteHt, MisH Nellie Murphy a Mlnnoap.tlin . Hchout teacher caught two rolilK-rs plundering Iter room. Ono eHCapeil . by jiiuiping from a window. .Mivs � Murphy graldK-d the other and was I takliiK him out lo cull the police. I when he broke uwny. He wuk caught l>.v II. S. rotter, who chased him in un auto. The myxtery surrounding the roll -lM>ry of the I'unovil^ cottage at Miotic l^ike. near t'rookhton, wuk cleared up. Miss Itiley, the donusllc employed by ihu family, confeHHed end returned the f '2!i in cutdt Kttden. and over $h�H) worth of diumondK. The girl was allmved to n'tiiriifcto her homo ut llunaborougb. N. 0.. before the I'olk county oillriuiN were riot i -fled of the confession. XOIlTIt DAKOTA. Snmilel DuMh whs convicted rt Knrgo y lightning. I lei" older sinter was Utidly slacked und rendered totally deaf. W, II. Dimny, Mayot of Wtlliston tried for receiving stolen horses, waa convicted nnd sentenced to stale iirison for threo years. A stay of sixty days was granted nnd Denny was 11 Iterated on *'J,.">n bull. A Jury in the L'lilted Hlutes court at I'urgo awarded John I fount nn $f>00 for seven teeth knocked out ly a nt nil lot\. HotiHtan lives near Ashley, H.D. The defeiidunts owners of the.stallion were I .on is Itnbin, Joint IJppert and l''red Hoedel. (leorgo H. Doyer, of Uiriutore sued his second wife, Maf�, for dlvgrco. He alleges that while he wns in a hospital nl Arvllla recovering from nn operation, his wife and his son by a former marriage tn'cuine utKlily intimate nnd eloped. They are supposed to have gon�a to, Ashland, Wis. The son is 31 years old. SOITII DAKOTA. Hurry Daniels wits killed by being run over by a binder near Sioux Falls. Attnu Twlndo. aged .'I, died t.-wr ChumlKTlnln of the bite of a rnttlit-Hnake. Another shoverof fish-(he second in three innnlhh-occurr�>d nt Aberdeen. It was positively established that the fish rume front the clouds. The'Sioux Fulls authorities declared wur on "mashers." As a starter, ono o, WilltutuK, a mctivhcr of the gentry, was given IS days' imprisonment . John Deler, a farmer near Kmery, invented an attachment to his binder, consisting of eight plows, no while he is binding his grain he cm plow- his lan I. A 212 horse pnivcr cngine is used./ August Hrhultz, n young man md the farmers have done their � ik right. At Daymond the beets are the Iwst ever. The cut-worm did some iniiry early in the season, but the formers re-seeded where necessary, and I he ivhole crop is now thriving. One man has 250 acres of heavy cro;.. anil there are �..ther rn'tu* that promise ctiuall.v well. I^thbrldge fair In tome f.'iK'ia excelled the best fairs In the prov Ince. In thciopinion of Mr. Foley, the poultry exhibit wn� better than anything that has been shown in Alberta this year. The chicken In. dustry Is developing faster In* the l.ethbridgc ditririct than in the vicinity of Calgary. IxMhhridge offers n good market for'all produce, and irrigated lands require a system of Intensive farming to make the Inn.t pay. Hence it is that so many iiuvc undertaken the raising of poultry. I). J. Whitney hud a novel cxltiivt at the l>>thhridge fair in a comb of honey that was made in Alberta. This is one of the earliest ventures of the kind that has yet been ii,nJo in the province. Ibc exhibit of vegetables was veiy excellcnt, Including even tomit'ies well matured. W. A. Hamilton, secretary of the exhibition, deserves great credit tor the special features he introduced. Prize* were given (or forestry pus-, tat ions (I) for the greatest nuni'm-r of trees in town and country, (2) for the greatest progress made by any one man. were offered for gartlens to the children under 10 years of age. Still were given for collection of weeds. A COlli'LliI OF AtOUNTKD VOlACfc 4NCIDI3NTS. (Winnipeg Freo. Tress.) Will V. V. li. AND HILL. nuild Roads in the States to Clet Kven. llnit?d IOWA DRAY1NG All kiwla of DmyniK ntul Tenni work tlono promptly. EARL KIRKHAM Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. IIENSON. PROP. LBllibriilgis AlUi. SAVE MONEY NOW - - 0--, 1 can suit yon lots now in Tabor for $100, thai will be Boiling nt 1200 in a month's tinif. (jootl Funning Land for salt* �lao. W. F.~RtJSSELL Rpnl E�t�to Agent Tabor, AH�. SMOKE & Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. ANRAHAN CHOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ UNS I Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Colcinun, of | Normal Hill, were made critically ill by eating "embalmed" pork. The Democrats held their state con i vent ion at Waterloo. A ticket was j nominated by Claude |{. Doner, of ' Appanoose county for governor. Ce.irgn Wells, the richest farmer in Iowa, died at his home nenr Wells -burg. He^wus worth over a million and Imd lioen a luamlver of the legislature. tleorge latschku, asetl U, bad his throat cut by a surgeon at lovti City as I ho result of swallowing a peanut hull, which lodged tit the windpipe. The throat wits cut to a void immediate death. The toy utuy die ut uny hour. Members of a threshing crew itenr I'uckwood, were fmisonod by eating b�ef. Mrs. fJoodiitiin. wife of llie owner of the place, und her children were also itmde ill. The lives of all Ihu victims wore savnl with much dillleulty. l'otomaino poiRonlng 1'id it. (Jiving as his defence that ho was once a hypnotic subject with a travelling hypnotist,' und .that since, he has It-en tumble, lo resist a mania lo write harshly to prominent people KdwarU ii. Itohlheimer, of Lvnnox, S. !�., was arrested at Itock Vall�y, and held by the I'nited Htutes commissioner nt Sioux City to answer for sending obscene lettors through the umils. lie v rote numerous letters to I'rosldent Itousevelt, Secretary Tuft und others. They are orlon-sive, but contain no thrcuts. Ilemuse his wife refused to accompany him hoii-o after visiting relu  tives. L. Mitchell killed her at Uur- Tlie l'Citstern Montana Dar nssor  iutlon met at Helena. J. T. Smlthof Livingston, was elected pivsldent. Clarence Williams, uged !.*>. killitl by the acc'ileiitnl discharge of a title In the hands of a plnyimite, (leorge Duncan, at Uatttesnake Canyon. White descending from a hnylnfi near IKiwning. Ileitry Davis fell ep-on a pitchfork, the bundle of which |tenelrnted Ins body eight Inches. Ife will die. Jaim-s (I. Iligglns. an udverlisl ig solicitor of Untie, eiiiployetl by Me McKee t't-inting Co., wns arrAled i.t Salt 1-ai.e Uity on the charge of e/.%llng from his employers. fn the t'nitttl States Court ot Helena. W. .1. Walsh was sonU'ti- *d to twenty-four hours in Jail and fined shoo for illegally fencing government binds in Meagher county. Senator \\ A. Clark sold the Hlat-k Dock. Niagara and ftnymmid mines at llutte to A. W. Hurrim.iii. u Noitit Dakota Hunker, ami >. IVake. of (.'alunw'l. Mich., who represents a syndicute. The cunsidertt-inn was �1 The. mines ere i famous as silver producers, but hive : lately been turning out rnp|N>r. I Tv o itiasktHl men utleitqitisi to :- of the rolilM>rs senseless with a stone, grubbed his reVolv-r anil with his countrymen run to his cabin, Afterward I'ng Tip was found dead with a bullet in his head. He is supposiil lii have ls-,'11 shot by the prostrated roblier after the latter had revived. William ('hero, a fugtitivu from justice for more than two years, wuk captured und placed ill the (Slell-dive juil While out on bail, after lieing chargiHl with retviving stolen properly, he lied lo western Cunadn and wt;t-kfd inr the Hudson's liny' I'o. till iweiitlj. He returned to Dawson luiiiilv. Mont., where his wife had gnl a divorce nnd married New York, Aug. 24.--Two miles of railroad will be built in Oreut Northern territory for every mile th-it James J. Hill bulhls in Canadian I'uciflc territory, declared Sir William C. Van llorne, chairman of thit board of directors of the Cunall&n Pacific, who arrived, here thin morning. Sir William said Mr. Hill's plan to build a Canadian line from ihe I'acitV Oceun to Winnipeg, Man., in retaliation for the Cunadiun Pacific s cncroachrcent, vas clearly foolish, antl probably wur a cloak for some plun. which is not foolish. Mr. Hill also arrived in New York today, and said the Canadian Pacific evidently did not ha*y a clear realization of the situulion. Molt I' POPCLATION FIOUItF.S. tlttawn. Aug. 20.-The census bureau today gave nut the following further comparative statement of population n cities and towns . of Mnn;tola and Saskatchewan. Manitoba. Hoissevuin ... Curlicrry ... . Kmersnn ...... Mel it a ........ Mnrr's ...... I'lutii t'ouleo HapW City . Selkirk ...... Virden ...... .. Totuls .......... .... f 7723 0UO1 Increaso in five years ........... 1.87R Saskatchewan. 1001. lOOil Orenfell .......... . �)... 152 �77 Moosomiti ....... ....... i tr>2 Princo Allsirt ... .. �... 1785 3005 Host hern ..... ....... 41.1 Weyburn .......... .. 1IU OtirS Tiftuls ........... ...... a.;m 41,710 increase in five yeurs .1..JS8 another. Cherry ihreuteued to his funnir win- if she did not leave her second husband. He was captured in the Hog 141 mis. XKW POTATO EVOLVED. Vegetarians will doubtless, hull with, delight the advent of a new tuber, liluu of skin and yellow of lnterl>r, ! which is about to In* placed upon the ! uutrket. j This new potato ia known to IK* learned in such matters aa tha Sal unum cominerspni violet, sad is the ki||i result of scieatilk cultivation ty When u woman suffers from op pressing weakness, she then keenly renlizes how| helpless-how thoroughly worthless* slut is. Dr. Shoop has brought relief to thousands of stu-hj Messrs Sutton- of Heading It Is quite a distinct flavor ot its own. Kpicurvs describe it as a coin bined flavor of turnips and u*p�iague. Aa a business "proposition," too. tho growing of thu new potato wo-tlil undoubtetlly prove a grout sucoss-The plant will thrive anywhere, the or more mursby the soil llw That, trutster of the art of writing history In chapters that are living pictures, Thomas Carlylo, spared no labor in soarching out original documents, nnd counted himself richly io-v-ftrded If after days of dolvlng ' a-loog dryasdust records he camo- upon aomethlng-if only a few sentence*-wHh real life and strong hum-in character in it. Most ot all he prized a record ot duty done and reported in plain, laconic, businesslike fashion by the door of it. Without doubt he would delight In a uotiulb of official reports rocontly transmitted In the ordinary way of buslnoss by the Commissioner of tho Hoynl Northwest Mounted Police at Uu-giua to tho Comptroller of the Department at Ottawa. One is*} from Kstcvan, dated July Ml, J900, "'lie (I. W. Harris huving "a loaded ota-tol in his possession svhen arrested," Here is the'report. "Last night about 0.-15 o'cl-.^k. Sergl. l>elt arrested O.W. Harris ot Sew York Stale, for drunk and li-s-orderly conduct, nnd when I went to make tho arrest he saitl, "I'll wivuv you you ain't arrest nie,' antl made a pass for his hip. Hergt. l-elt grabbed htm and threw, him bodily upon the platform and took a h8-cuiibre bulldog revolver loaded vln all six chambers from the uueused, who appeared this morning be/ore Messrs. P. C. Duncan und M. King, J. P. a, who lined hint �'i0 uud costs or 00 days' hard labor at P.o-giita guard room. Tho court order � ed the pistol to be destroyed and handed bver to the municipal authorities of Kstcvan, which was done. Itcceipt attavhed. Case concluded. (Signed) Hy. l^lt, Ser�l." Tho other report relutes to the u.--rest' at North Portal of one Charles Monaghan. alias "Cowboy Juck." who whs wont to hold up barrooms on the other side of the international boundary, and gloried In being regarded as a bad nab. "Cowboy Jack" encountered Uritlah law in the person of Corporal Hogg, who bad the honor of executing a warrant "Issued for the said Monaghan on the lftth day of May, under sections 105 and 109 of the Coda, for carr> log a gun without Justiflcntion anil pointing tuiim at another person." "On tho 17th instant," reads the report, "Corporal Hogg wns eallc. to the hotel to quell a disturbance. "Arriving there ho found the hotel full of covboys, with Monaghan amongst, them, the chief cause of it all. and the ringloadcr." Corporal Hojg hod an encounter in the tin with Cowboy Jack, who w-ns prepared lu kill if opportunity offered and who wns ably backed In his attitude by sundry foolish friends. Ite-suming the report rends: 'Finally 1 gnl him handcuffed no hind ami took him iiside. Ills heml being in bud shape f hud fn engage tho services of a doctor, who dressed his wound antl pronounced it as nothing serious. Whilst the doctor was in Attendance Monaghan re -marked that had he hall his him another death would have been recorded in Canadian history." Carlyle. in quoting this plain blunt report, would, of course, insert some ebararterist ic annotations and .ipos-trophles to the Corporal. Ho would especially delight in tho succeeding paragraph, 4rhlch with an absolute absence of art sets forth with a vividness which it is rarely given to nrt to attain, the Homeric character of tbe combat: "During the arrest of Monaghan the following Government property was damaged: Door broken, scr-.-n hmushed up. chair broken, field Jacket belonging to Corporal Hogg spoil ed by being covered with blood, .in,I the wall bespattered with blood." The Toronto Olol'e, in commenting H is too butl nli-.,nt anil I bo screen, und wo trust the Government will promptly see to their proper repair, and perhaps mOney for a new coat for Corporal Hogg can bo sphred out if Mr. Fielding's surplus of last year. If ttie Government hJiouIiI, in addition, seo fit to curry out Cotiuuiss -ioner Perry's recouuiutmlation of a grunt of 925 to Corporal Hogg in recognition of his services, wo fancy the country will not disapprove. The Ololsi is qulto right in thinking tUttt tho country will not disap -prove. Tho beauty of these plain records of duty effectively do no, all in � In-day's work, is that they are typical of the spirit and tho tuu-cess 'v it it which that ft no body nothing of which Canada lias greater reason to l��tk 'phone .Jt2v,;J4 Drs. Mcwburn & 01 Ph*^t^> smeai, AfCMMMta, OrBoe--Redpftth St. cor. ' m Honrg-aBfore9a.m.� V^fiS^^J / * t~  Drs. DeVeber & Campbdl t'liysicinnt nnd Surgeon* Oilicog-Ott block. PboM 148 DR. B. JACKSlON DENTIST Gradnale Northwestern Univenitf Dental School, Chioi^o. Oflicc-Ott Block. Dih. McClure A, Stewart HUBOEON DESTISTR Office-J. D. HiRinbothaai'a new block. Office Hour*-0 a.m. to IS n. --1 1 p.m. to 5 p.*9. 1001. ioo�\ 80S 012 . 102.1 un 840 020 485 784 4�.-� 5l.'i ao-l It"' 520 3� . 3188 2002 1 on this says: 001 It71 ' the chair .1 J. E. ALLEN Architect ami SuperinteodeAt RAYMOND ~ ALBKBTA. A. W. McViCtle Dominion Land Surveyor, Will derate hi* entire time during the summer to laying out new townsite*. Contract price* on application. . Office at the Coaidale Hotel; LuthbriilKe. Lethbridge.>Lodgc No. 8. Mecie la Odafellowe' lall eeert rrWat evr uiuit at'. mi e'cloca. vtatilag are tare a at* alwa? a wrlcome, W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett. no. aec. We WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODOE, NO..2 Meeta*n oddfellow*' MaU e- ere aetaM aaS fourth lauraday. Vleitora ai*a�e welcee**.. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Daviea no. aec.aae. George R ogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Nice Highest Grades Lowest Prices -YARDS AT- LETHBUDGCe RAnW�, S1WUN6 TABOI, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BuyiugEitewhere. women. H�> roaches diseases -riecitliar welter to women in two, direct specific j better. It is claimed that its productive power is SO to 100 per cent, over the ordinary kind. City Bakery f. C. CooRe. Prop. specific ways-a local treatment known by druggists everywhere as Dr. Snoop's Night Curo is applied locally, and, lew and then turned the pistol upou I at night. It works while you sle*p. j For djy. cracked lipa, or himself. While she was " dying ho lit reduces inflammation, it stops dis- skin, uso Dr. Snoop's Ureas rough Salve knelt nt her side and begged her for-J charges, it heals, it soothes, It com- j It positively makes lipa and �Wn like glveness. Mitchell died in half an I forts, it cures. Sold by J. D. Hig-; velvet. Sold by J. P. Btginbottiam hour, . A linbothnm *> Co. * Co. ..,..>...,. ... . UOVKHNUII'S VISIT WEST. to run Ottawa, Aug. 22.-The governor -general will bo in the west for about two months this fa/,', iie is going over the C..V.D. from Winnipeg to Edmonton and will return from there to Mncleod. From there he will proceed to llritish Columbia, lu which province ho will spond nhimt a month. ft is reported that King Kdw�r-i cleaned up S2,o0O,000 upon thu tec-ont ri*o in stocks in New York. We Can't Do It For what gome other* do your work for UT WE CAN DO IMtor, which is more iui-' portant to you, as the life of your Shirts, Collars,Cuffs is lengthened by bujjj jlfo-cess of UuiedArifig then. Neck Comfort Isitit possible when your collar has "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every oollftr is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. ;