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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta CITY OF LtTHBRIDGE Notice or Locol taiptwiMiits NOTICE Is hereby given that In pursuance o( a resolution passed on the 30th. day of August, 1906 In Council, the Council of the City of Lothhridge intends to construct the following work as a local Improve -ment, vhs., too laying of sewers a-, long the following streets: . From Dedpath to Dufferln along Ashmcad. From llompu* to Courtland along Olyn. Prom Bompns to Courtland along I iVaat'nmiiy of them, arc of tlie west. '1|,"M*-  ' ' 'it is questionable If the,west is �.ct MUST CHANGE METHODS.' Tory Party Will Have to be Uogen-eratcd to Win. Winning, Aug. 22,-llon. t/recl W. 0. Haultiiln, who is visiting in Winnipeg, says hp wants to see the proposed (lomitvioii Conservative eo.i -vvntlon held,. In Winnipeg. "It should �be," said Air. Ilntiltain emphatically. '"Hie Wost is, now un Important factor, not only In the Industrial, agricultural and com  tnerclul life of tha Dominion, but eminently no in the political llfo, The great questions ot Canada, at Crabb. From' Uompas to Courtland along Burdctt. And all persons concerned arc hereby notified that unteaa the nwj ority of tho owners of the land effected, representing at least one-halt the value .thereof, petition the Council against the same within 3 weeks after tho last publication of thin notice which will be on the Hist day of Aug., A. D., 1900, such work will be proceeded with and the cost thereof assessed against the property effected as provided by By-lavi In that behalf. C. n. BOWMAN, Secretary-Treasurer. Dated this 20th day of Aug., 1000. In the RtW of Sprl \ MAIL CONTRACT more In touch with the east than the cant In with tlio went. "Our representation, on tlit* basis of pooiilatlon even, In most unfair Tho two new provinces, Suskateh twenty representatives In the hotiso of commons at tin; pi-rum t time which reduces the force of the argu ment of our comparative Insignia -cance as political factors. "I may say," said Mr. flaulUiln, vith cm|)hnsls, "and I ho|>e 1 mn not presumptuous in saying it, that material changes will have to take place in the policy and tnctlcs of the conservative party If success would Is) obtained and lielter government brought about in the dominion. "1 believe that from tho country west of lake Superior will -vum-much of the motive force which will bring about that.change of government." SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the Postmaster General, will be *e-eclved at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday, the 38th of September, VHH\ for tho conveyance of His Hajeaiy'n Malls, on a proposed contract l.r four years, once per day each way, between the Lethbrldge Post offici 'and the several street letter boxes to commence at tha pleasure of tho Postmaster General. Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen un I blank forms of Tender may be obtained at the Poat Offices of Lethbrldge and at the office at the Poni Office Inspector. A. W. CAIRNS, Post Office Inspector, font Office Inspector's Office, Calgary. Aug. 17th. 1900. It A NEW SPECIAL. Will Take 03 Hours from to Coast. Const Montreal, Aug. 21.-The Canadian Pacific authorities announced today that lieginning with the nrrivul of the steamship Empress of Britain at Quebec, Aug. ill, a new transcontinental trafn will lie put on. The �.ew train will be made up entirety of sleeiKTH, and will run from thu wharf at Quel*�c to the wharf at Vanroii ver where close connection will lie made with the Empress Hailing for the Orient once every three weeks With the new service It will lie pos sible for passengers to leave l-on don every three weeks, and reach A Cranbrook despatch to lite Nelson News under date of Aug, ill, says: When tho Cranbrook, lacrosse club pluyed in Lethbridge, on ibu HMi July they met a team which could not Ijo described as reprvsuntative or Lethbridge either front the point of view of true sportsmanship, or even according to the spirit, of wording or tho rules governing tile series of games in tho Crov-'s Nest Pass Ica-8"e. Lethbrldge had been defeated 1:1 to 1 in Cranbrook, und the prairie tlty being apparently determined not to bo beaten on Its own groVi'l, played three men, who, upon the hearing of tho protest, after u defeat for Cranbrook, were' declared to be ineligible. The president of the league, A. V. Lung, of Frank, disallowed the victory for Lclhbru)t(e und ordered the game to be replayed. It was arranged that Frank was to bo the scono ot the. contest, and Monday the 20th instant, .van fixed for the date. On Saturday, Air. .1. A. Arnold, secretary of the Cranbrook club received the following letter from the president of the league, Frank, Alta., August 17. I. A. Arnold, Esq., Cranbrook: . Iteur Sir,-lie the Lethbrldge-Crin-brook game to be played here next Monday. 1 have this day notified lethbrldge that the gunw is declared off, owing to Lethbrldge not giving reply to my letters and telegram, and not giving bondsmen time to advertlso game. Bondsmen have thin day withdrawn their contract. I have, therefore, seen fit to give thin game to Cranbrook Jiy. Lei Ithridge defaulting, which I assure you I regret. I must thunk you ami your team for the businesslike way your club has been run. Yours truly, A. V. LA Nil, President C. N. L. L. This letter needs no comment whatever, being a very succinct state ment of nets affecting Lethbridge which taste unpleasantly to tho Cranbrook |�eople who cun take a beating like men if they lie fairly le feated, but who feel a sense of indignation at # defeat administered by means proven to lie unfair. Wh.Mi A NOTABLE WOMAM Mrs. Chit. Mtlr's Varied Exper-, tenets in the West. (Victoria, ll.C, Colonist.) . as a h6�tage. With the assistance ti. sufficiently excellent t� satisfy rfveri a friend (Miss Drover;, Mrs. Mttlr the most hypercritical among tho was allowed lo leave, and took up audience. Milliard Campbell, as'plun Her (mailers in the settlement. Some kett, Is also well easC for tho work; weeks afterwards her husband eseap- among others, his song "So Brown cd and reached Portage la Prairie, a Beer" gives great pleasure and his where his wife, who had run , the stage work is also agreeable. Jack gauntlet of the guards, disguised as Dewey Is fully equal to his part as Mrs. Charles Mali-, Intimately associated with tin- pioneer history of the Northwest territories buioru and Hiuci! their transfer lo Cumuli, un I wire.of Charles Malr, tho well known Ciinudiun author, passed awuy suddenly on the 17th Inst., aged AT, from cerebral hemorrhage. Mrs. Mhlr came down with her daughter, Mrs. II. -1-5. t'hrlcbton, 'of Sylvan Heights ranch, Okunugan lake, oil a on a few weeks' visit. The paralysis occurred in a street car, and she was Immediately taken to the Jubilee hospital, where everything pos-' Hlble was done, but shit never recovered consciousness. This excellent woinuii was beloved by all who knew her for her gentle disposition and warm heart, und will be greatly missed iby her friends throughout the Dominion, particularly in the Northwest where, in the early days, her hospitable home was ever open to friends and strangers alike. Tho funeral took place from the cathedral today, the ofllclatlng clergyman being Canon lleanlands, and Rev. T. W. CunllfTe, and tho Interment In Ross Ikiy cemetery. Air. Malr and his son arrived on Saturday, but too late lo see her alive. The pallbearers were all old Nortbiwest or British Columbia friends, vis., Kenneth AlcKcti/.ie, late of Bat Creek, Alan., .las. Alaedongall and .1. Og-den (Sraham, late of The Hudson*' llay Co., Ltd.. Colonel Ilcrrhjmcr. late It. N. W. Al. police, CI. A. Henderson, Ilnnk of Montreal, Vernon, and .1. T. McDonald, all but Mr being now residents tho Sheriff, both being a good singer rind fully equal to tho calls made on him for well developed humor. The piece is nicely set, the chorus callable and attractive and the whole production musical, artistic and (leaner its collapse .Mr. Malr and Sir serving" of credit to all concerned. Scat sale opens at rttgfnbotham's Drug Store, Saturday, Sept. 1st, at 10 a.m. a man, in a half-breed capote, cap and sash, joined him. Tho expedlt -Ion organized by the loyalists at the Portage for Uin capture of Fort (lurry and tho release of the prisoners confined there, followed, and lohn Sehultz escaped to Canada taking different routes. It was then mid-winter, and their Journey was made on snow shoes. After the former's departure, the rebels made search for bliu at the Purl age, and not finding him, determined io take his wife back with them, but this scheme was happily frustrated through the astuteness of another woman, Mrs. tleorge. In March following she returned, herself, to Fort (lorry, to mbke search for some'.pap ers belonging to her husband, and arrived there the very day , .Thomas Scott, the loyalist, was so harbar -J ously murdered, by Biol. While still MORE PRIZE WINNERS. LADIES' WORK AMD HOWE MANUFACTURERS. Henderson this city. Amongst ent were Maeleod.P. other Winnlpegors pros -Mr. Frank Clark, N.W.. O. Inspector. II. S. Crot there her oldest, daughter, Maude Louise (now tho wife of II, K. Crlrh-ton, Kf*q., of llrynmawr ranch, Okan-agan valley, B. C.) was born, she being the first child of British Can adlnn parentage to be born at Bed lllvor, after tho passing ot the Manitoba Art. M,rs. Malr's life has since l>ccn largely spent In the Saskatchewan territory and In British Columbia, nmLsltc rs rightly to be called one of the pioneers of western Canada. She is the mother of seven children, four of whom survive. Her only son saw service In South Africa during the recent war. She Is lr" jnow preparing, for early publication �' ,hor experiences of primitive life in the old Bed River settlement. ty and late Superintendenti bach of the N'.W.Al. police. The following extract, from Henry .1. Morgan's valuable "Types of Canadian Women," more ample notice which will est many of our readers; Air*. Charles Malr. whose Ories- HF. IU3 NEXT WEEK. Mr. work. Ilosclitns Apiiear In the Popular Comic Opera "Martha." % The favotita Rosclans before em  U a'.barking on an extended .western Inter - route, which will necessarily take a long time to negotiate, will hehqe.nl loyalty for one nlfht In nn opera which has and heroism during the first Blel l>een descrllied and eulogl�od as the Stock Watering Reserves PUBLIC NOTICE la hereby flvan that tho cancelled stock watering reserves which were offered for sale at public auction at Calgary, 'JUgh Blv-or. Pincher Creek, Macleod. Leth  bridge and Medicine Hat, and were not disposed of, will be sold e>t private sate to the holder of adjoining land at the rate of $3 per acre, provided application therefore Is made to tho Secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa, within 90 days. If no applications are received. from persons holding adjoining land othur disposition will be made ot these lamia. The term* of payment ENSEMbLE IN MARTHA AT OPERA HOUSE, WEDNESDAY", SEPTEMBER 5th. one-fourth in cash at date of sale and the balance In three equal an  nual Instalments with interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum on the balance ot the purchase money Irom tln*�|ing all the way from Liverpool on C.P.B. ships or train, and making the Journey with only two changes, In Ave days belter lime thn� is possible by any other route. The i.ew train will make tha run between Quebec and Vancouver in 08 bourn. Tho equipment v ill ho the best Hint the road possesses. Tho new servlco is the result of an arrangvuumt made to carry the British mails, and It is expected that it .will result 0.1 securing a very large proportion of British travel to the east for thu C. P. R. route. Montreal, Aug. 31.-Tho now flr;l-ish and Japan mail service, an :c to Vancouver in 03 hours. This train will I make only a few stops at the chief I stations enrouto. Similar arrange -|ments will lie made for mails and through passengers eastbound. EDMONTON TO DAWSON. Dawson, Aug. 20.-E. Stewart, three miles from Lethbrldge, lew scientist, arrived yesterday, complot buildings, about 40 hand* of cattle, ing a trip from Edmonton to Daw mostly steers, 15 head of good hor- *on, making tho throe thousand miles bus, seven of which are mares, farm- in only seventy days, which is ri-ing implements, etc., enquire at markable time. Tlio Klondike Argj Herald office. 1 WANTED. A good general servant. Airs. Oeo. MacKay. FOR BALE. Good ranch of 160 acres. Apply about STRAVEd. Onto my place on Twelve Mi'e Coulee one buckskin mare with !'�:-ness and long rnpo on. Owner mi.v have same by proving nnpTty and paying expenses. K f IfK. Saskatchewan masons have elected these officers: Grand Master. H. I*. Campky. Indian Head. Deoutv t J rand Master. Right Worthy Brother C. O. Davidson. Prince Albert, firand Treasurer, A. Sheppard, Tie-gina. Grand Secretary, Right Worthy Brother Dr. J. M. Shaw. nauts ot several years ago spent two years In getting over thu same route with supplies. �--o- There is a member of Congress from the southwest who had a try ing oxperionco in learning to run the big motor cur he purchased last rlnter. One* day a friend said: "How are you getting along with the thing?" "O. I'm making progress." was>ihe modest reply of the Nouthwesternor. "Doing pretty well, eh?" "yes," resumed the congressman, gravely. "I ran spit without stop ping, and soon I expect to lie abfllo to raise my hat."-American Spoc ; tator. an opportunity presents itself to decide which is tho bcttca. toaiu, their opponents make default. The Lavasseur cup comes back to Cranbrook and with it comes championship. This Is not of win or the manner of champion -ship ranted. The feeling between Cranbrook and Lethbridge would be a great deal more cordial if either one team or the other wcnUiown to unmistakable defeat in the .pen field. The above is a choice statement to come from a team, that hasn't half a dozen homo players on its make-up Again LethhridKO was willing to play the mutch but positively declinto go to Frank or Pernio, but were willing to meet Cranbrook at Pincher Creek. Cranbrook refused Now who is the worst sinner. Afanager .1. L. Brown, of the base bull cJub, states that the Tabor eh.il" lenge to play for iioo a side will i>e accepted next week and that the local club will go Tuber one lietlcr and �aisa the amount to $500 a side.-Medicine Hat News. WE MAY tiBT A .11'IMIE. C. A. Stuart of Calgary Said to !> Hinted for l�thbridge District. Ottawa, Aug. 22.-A ro-arranue ment bus been made ut the juiliiiil districts of tho province,of Alberta, which increases the number of judges from, three to five, thus iiiciwusim; tho facility for the dlsibur^e ni Judicial business. Alaclood and Lethbridge are mude each tho centre of a district. Tho Calgary distriet is reduced in area by tho change, and also by the creation of a new district including tho country along the C. and E.from Millett to Innisfail. The portion of tho provineo north of Afillett forms the Edmonton district. It Is understood hero thut C. A. Stuart, of Calgary, M.P.P.. for Olelihen will bo appointed to tho Lethbridge district and N. D. Beck of Edmonton will lie named a justice for tho northern district, with headquarters at Wotaskiwin. J. S. Hunt has been made permanent mnnaper of the Hank of Commerce at High River. rebellion gives her llumo So hoiiu. ulue a place til the history of Muni-idImi. ik a daughter of the lute Aug-iiMiith MacKenny, Esq., and was born l-duculcti at Amherhtburg, Out. tirst went to Alunitoba in 1M02 -the year of the Sioux iiiushuciv in .Minnesota-and as thu route fol lowed by the parly with whom, hhe wok (composed of her parents una others), lay through a portion oi tile scene of the outbreak, their experiences were sometimes of u trying and eventful chitracter. Her father, who was engaged in the fur trade, after a few years, owing to failing health, returned to Canada with his family, hut his daughter ca�no buck to tin- sell lenient in 18(18, with her uncle and aunt. Sir .lohn ami Lady Mobility., and in September of the hiiuie year was married In Winni|s>j{, (o Charles Alalr, then an officer .employed by the Canadian government iii^ returning from their wedding journey to St. Paul, they accoinpan-led Mr. Macdougall, thu newly up -pointed governor of Alunitoba, iinl parly to Pembina, whore the latter was stopped by order of the iiiKiir  i;eill ehier, Itiel, who hud just pie viousiy uKMilued the direct ion of 'if fairs at Fort (lurry. Air. and Mrs Mair. however, determined to pro  reed, were, stopped at SI. N'orliert, where they were taken prihoiier tinder ibe suiiim authority. Alter four du.vs detent ion they were released and arrived at Fort (iurr>. found ii in possession of tho rebels. tireatf trouble followed, until Mrs. Mair an.I the present l4idy Seliiili/ were laken prisoners, with their husbands ami the resl oi the loyal band of t'an-udiaiis who were gathered at the Seliiili/. mansion for self-protection and to'oppose, however feebfy. the plans und purposes of the insurgents composed of bait-breeds and Irish-Yuukee Fenians. Imprisoned in Fort Garry. Mrs. Mair found herself within *he walls, separated from her husband, and on attempting to leave her place of confinement wus brought back by order of Rial, limine, tin-week that followed, she was only twice allowed to see her husband, who on the Inst of these occasions, informed her thut ltiel hud iniinuit-ed thill he was to be shot, and tlml as be intended if possible, to esmpe she should make uiiotlii'i- efToi-l to get away, �s, otherwise. In the event, of hjs success, she might bo detained 'success of successes" in the Ron.-clans popular repertoire This Is Flotows F.tigliKh Opera, Marl ha, cotttaiulng Mimiiv's iuunortul bal-lad, "The l.nst Hose of Summer," the splendid "Spinning Whcvf" and 'Good Night' Quartettes, the Tenor Aria, "Ah So Fair," and t-ho contralto solo "Cupid Rogue He Is.' Aliss Nola, Air. Wulters. Mr. Cump boll, Aliss .Crowley and Mr. Dewey are no enamored of the operu, they would like to slug it at every |n>r lornmnce. but though the (Innaclal returns from "Martha" are lurgvly in excess of any other production in the itosciuuK list, this is iiuponsllile. too frequent iv|h6 ranching and farming* corporated is a^oUy' ciTxIoMoti Mayor^Jco. A^r^V^SSoL Ald.rm.n-Wm, . Olivet' Dooioy, a m wmi^W E. AhIoum, a. W.'noiMniotn.t;;te Sec.-Treas.^fJhM. B. �0 '''''"HI City Audttor-Robt. Sajs^pl^ Medical Health Officer-Won1.,*'�H DeVeber. M.D. ' Chief ot Fire Departc Humphries. BOARD OF EDUCAIti Chairman-J. H. FVswiwn^IsS Secretary-C. B. Bowmin. Trustees-Dr. aalbrattn, ! 0>l Johnston. M. KtemM*,*^ BOARD OF TRADE.; i^I ' Presldont-C. F. p. GonytMall Vi�e-PreeW�nt-E. U. Bylt. Sccretary-F. It. BnrncCVjlfel Executive-Wm. Oliver, Oi^Og Ndurse, F. Sick,- M. �.VmJpmg Barford, M. Young. aOVEHNMENT OFFI0 Dominion UiMhv-J. m.>0uijM Inumcration.-Chan. Malr.,tra; � immigration agent, A. B. Ifoi ries. care-taker. Inunlgrntloa�'.inAl.li Registrar of Vital StatUtlcfHP, Bowman. ' � 0 Superintendent ol Mow J. O. Wilson. \ Postmaster-J. D." Wginbo' Collector ot Customs J� Ksin^| OhM ot Polloe-H. M. Pnrrjr.l C.i stables Sllllker and Jonas. . L$ Memoerof AMiertn Lsgislntura-: C. Simmons. Member of House of Comi Jno. Herroo. Pinoher Creek. CHURCHES. Anglican-Rev. J. S. Ohlvert, tor; Rev. DavM Jones. Roman Catholic-Rev. Father Tighem. Presbyterian-Rev. A. M. Oordu Methodist-ltev. J. B. Mitthswi, Baptist-Rev. Chas. PadUv\:* ^ Salvation Army-Capt. Flnw�nhowt I become a divisional point. It -lit headquarters of the A. H. it I.'M�il| way, running south to Great Fallil Montana. .1. J. Hill's new tlaental road is strike Wiis transcend almost aura point. Rodds are projected north to Calgary and brMgo in a very lew years. Is IU�|j to be a big railroad centre. V FARMiNO. Lethbridge Is the centra ot only irrigation .dletrlot in Oaa Soma oi the finest farms la the are to be seen near the town, present the- unirrlgnted laada in �... direnUous are being  rapidly settled,' and there is no doubt but that this] town will soon be -the centre of grant agricultural wealth and population,; LOCATION. HOMANCE At MICHEL Two Young Bohemian Ladies Arrive to Claim the Same Afan-Result. A Double Wedding (Fernle Five press.) In affairs of the heart some nen ure born luek> while others strive in vain to win the object of their choice A young Bohemian of Mi-chef is one of the former class to a which includes one or two voices of great range and sweetness and high | great'''' extent than most fortunate power. Miss Lucia Nola makes u , young men. for this week there charming I^ady Harriet, figuring us'u"frht�l from the train at Michel Martha at Ihe Fair, and her easy, graceful singing of "Tin* l-asi K! encores nightly, lllessed wilh a particularly sweet soprano voice. and ill) tit tractive stage munneit, she '.s rapidly becoming a favorite loculU'. Miss Crowley, sprightly in her ways, eipiipped villi a strong, well-trained voice and a May Irwin spirit of comely in her stage manner, finds many admirers us .Yaney. Air. F. W. Walters makes a natural and excellent Lionel. Ho is possessed of a tenor voice of rich, Indeed almost rare, quality, and aquitR himself in his solos and part Rongs in a measuro two young ladies, one 17 years old mid the other 10. all the way from the land on the Danube, to claim the young man as their affianced husband. They hod both started from their native land on the same train, had sailed on the same steamer ami arrived on the same train without knowing thut they were going to meat the same young man Tho man In question met tho sit -ualion bravely and promptly made his choice, choosing the older, and to htm ito dmriit the fairest. The other resigned herself to her fate, but fate in this land whero there is a dearth of the fair sex, is kind to \ � lethbridge is th� natural capital . Southern Alberta. It is the hub of big district, and from Acre goods are* distributed south to 4b* boundary.' east luto Saskatchewan and went to'' British Columbia, and north almost; as far as Calgary. Jt is hound to�, become tha lending wholesale centre I in Alberta, south ol Calgary. CLIMATE. LethbrWge's climate -Is very much like Colorado. We only have wl ' for a day or so. and tas rest of _, time -lb* sun shines and -tho air in. balmy. Baseball was played hare this year early in Jauuary. There *l is no nuer climate in nil Canada, CONVENIENCES. Waterworks system, electric light;! Mwerage system, telephoas system, tlio disappointed, und soon jilted heroine found balm for wmiinleit^heart in the lovo ot other. Preparations for a grand double^ wedding in real Bohemian style are^i now under way und promisee to �i, eclipse anything of thotpnd vitnessed