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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tit i i H i i i i i i i m M M M M M in i it i Hi IH11 n n MIIM til H 11 Bow Island Latest Townsitc On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow's Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days. Choice locations are being snapped up. UTS SOI HUM TO ON USY TERMS J. Olquist Bow Island, Alto, "H-I-M 111I H 14-11-H-H- MOB VANCOUVER FIREMEN JapiMse Use hires ad Cri Dp White Citizen in the Most Tenihie Manner (WMtern Vancouver, B. C., Jan. city firemen, named Front, Anderson and MftcDohald, were set upon by a small mob of armed Japanese, early this morning and left for dead at the corner of Powell Street and Gore Ave., two from the police sta- tion. The men were clothed in dis- tinctive uniforms which makes the attack of the Japanese all the more serious. By acident Frost fell against the' window of a Japanese store breaking the plate glass. i In- stantly the proprietor rushed out and many of countryman came to join in the fight, which happened in the heart of the Japanese district. The firemen were athletic young neri but werft overpowered after fighting hard. The flesh on their faces torn into ribbons by the razor like knives the Orientals car- ry. Frost was probably mortally in- jured, his neck being cut and slash- ed, and laid open for four inches long and two inches deep alongside the jugular vein. .The men were fright- fully mangled about the arms .and breasts, but McDonald and Allan were still fighting over the body of Frost when a squad of police ar- rived. Four Japanese were arrested and the three firemen were takh to th? hospital. The Japanese fought like demons and scuie carried knives a foot long. TRAIN TURNED SOMERSAULT Tbt most delicate tod diiaty twttUaeata am COWAN'S Maple Buds, Milk Chocolate, Cream Bars, etc. Sold by Grocers and Confectioners. TWt COWAN CO., TORONTO Almost Incredilable Escape From Injuries of a Train Leaded With Passengers on G.T.IL (WMttrn Atsociated Frets.) Barrie, Jan., a whole train should take a triple somersault down 35-foot embankment and all the passengers and crew escape -without even a broken bone seems incredible. But that was what occurred on the Pentang branch of the Grand Trunk near Josephine about eix miles north of Barrie at 7.30 thia morning. The Pentang train was slowly climbing a grade at this point when eome rails and making three complete turns landed right side up in a ditch 35 feet below. Only the engine re- mained on the track, the tender, ex- press, combination, second-class and baggage and first-class car making a leap. The stove in the second class car 'set fire to the first-class coach and in a few minutes after the pas- sengers were removed the three cars were completely destroyd. Inside 45 minutes Grand Trunk surgeons, Drs. Ross and Arnott were on the spot unexplained cause it jumped the The injured were removpd to Barrie. CLl SING THE BARS Ltol OptiM to be Vfted UPM a far Weekly Free Press Family Herald Lethbridge Herald THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE Fmtft iy star, AX OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF HEADERS. CHURCH IN NORTH WARD fcy faprtytriWi Have NivtcrlWc The .Methodists m this city have Toronto, Jan. is now decided to open up work in -the North closing its annual struggle for the lo- j Ward as soon as possible. They have option. All the by-laws that can I The Western Canadian reading public ift made up chiefly of ell Fei-soni who lived in the treat for Any tengthy period and out-and-out Wwternern, aid recent from Old Country, f the and Eastern Canada. v 'f. Perhaps ao one newspaper could cater -with complete uAwfftctioa nil classes but' by this combination offer epecial pfcd The Weekly Free Prairit Farmer a vek by vreek of all happenings in the Western In it has special for American and British ily Herald and Weekly Star, supplieithc former midmt of da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion ia ffrii and the Lethbridge Herald the local Wwtwa do without. purchased tbe Greek- Catholic church She voted on have been before thc peo- T from the Alberta Kail way Irriga- Plc for three -weeks and in exactly t tion 'Co. who have owned it, for some municipalities the people will go time. This build ng will be moved 'to on .January sixth and to a site.in Xnnh cn West- their vole GIFT FOR HOSPITAL Rally of Schools New Year's Day cnm TO ones Young topic fc Mt Forfet a tattatioa (From Thursday's Daily.) The real Christmas spirit xvas ly and amply shown at -the union Sunday School rally frfcld in Church j-esterday morning when the Presbyterian. Baptist and it Sunday School united in ;i. ho van. Kev. JI.Gordon led in prayer. Another hymn was snug and Jttev.Wm. Reid led in the responsive reacting: of Psalm 103. Mr. A. Irving introduced a. capital on Making a Man, by telling a couple of good stories. In his ad- dress he spoke of the necessity of j knocking on some of the rough" cor- SilDfldV ners ol in order to make them perfc-ct. Selfishness. La- ziness, and Discontent were the three corners dwelt upon more particularly. address on a fossil lie- had with him. to the fact- that character is as the fossil. It is soft and impressionable in early years, gets hard gradually, but may be turn eel from-Jjemg- hard to soft. After relating 'briefly the Oerrnar- story of the Cold Heart, -the speaker spok-e of Christ as the power that' can keep the heart soft or can turn it from a "heart of stone" to one of .7. Hig-inboLiu't-iii, superintendent COW SAVED HIS LIFE LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed f2.50, fur which wnd me Fwe, aad Farmer. Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, ITontMal; Hp.ra.ld. for nnp _____ .minster'Road. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, ibc superin- tendent; .-of missions for Alberta has KtLLAM WILL HEAR IT Ontario Man Buried Under Wood Pile Worthy FOR TWO DAYS Cow Attracted Attention by Her Hungry Mooing Ailsa, Craig. Jan. Gray an elderly citizen of this place has j just passed through an experience of the Knox Church School, and W. I for two days and a night which may closing of the bars. Considering the 'fact: that there are fifty-five raunic palil'ies -vvherc local txiit to Xew JJrunsu-ick for a y-jung i option -has been in." force for .three man to take charge of the work [years and is therefore open for a re- u-hich include Coaldale also. peal vote the people re- ;gard six as .a very small proportion. The repeal votes vrill be in the fol- lowing places: West Camden. major- ity 43, Cardinal 7, HuUette North' Toronto 2o, Thamesville 5, Yar-; Ottawa, Jan. Chairman of the Railway Commission left at midnight for Port Arthur ..where he will hear the application of the Great j Northern for rate in coal from Duluth j equal to that from' Port- Arthur to Winnipeg. j mouth. 156. WATER USERS TO MEET RAINFALL FOR 1907 Precipitation Duiig the Tear was Over Fifteen Iicbes At Raymond to Consider Amend- ments to Irrigation Act No doubt every child who partici- pated in the exercises yesterday had had great pleasure the week before; in receiving; the Christinas gifts given by Santa Clans and other friends not so mysterious, but, judging from the euthu.si.osrn shown in the service and the heartiness with which the'gifts were presented, tlvro is no doubt but, every'one was free to admit that "it is -more bles.scd to give than to Some people would discountenance to some extent, the custom of making gifts at Christmas claiming that gifts are made to those from vhom gifts ai-e expected. But, while this .is to a certain extent true, especially Differ people, the exercises such as yesterday's show that the pupils of the Sabbath Schools have the spi- rit of the Master of they Inarn and whose birth -they celebrate at Christmas tide. For, when "they made a feast they called not their kinsmen nor -ich neighbors" from whom they could expect recompense but rather in bringing their gifts for a donation to the Gah. Hospital they carried out. the Master's instruc tions, thou makest a feast, cfl.ll thrt poor. I'M. mn.iincd. Ihe lame and -the and the happy looks upon every face indicated that the promise that "ihou shall be blessed" had been abundantly fulfilled. The body of the church WP.S co'V- fortably fille-d with, members, of the three schools when Rev. J. M. Har- rison, thc chairman, opened tbe meet- ing asking them to sing "Onward, Christian aftor which the schools recited in unisioh the twenty- third pvsalm. After singing a New Year's hymn "Sing to the Great -Te- Jordan, superintendent of .the Wesley Church School, also made a few re- marks. I The most 'inten-sting feature was the presentation of the gifts. As the of the Sunday schools call- ed out the classes they brought their gifts -bi.blos in front. One class came carrying a big sack of flour, each member of an- other class bringing a jar of fruit, others small sacks of meals, Hour, or sugar. Sometimes one' member of the class made the offering, some- i times each member made a separate gift. When the; presents were all in ife was surprising to st-e the success of this first effort of this sort, for the Hospital is richer by seven bags of (lour, 3 small bags of rolled oats, 2 of porridge meal. T of corn meal, a sack of sugar. 15 jars of fruit and .icily, a Inisliei box and a basket 'of a bag of oranges and one of peaches, a bushel box of candies and nuts, a package of.. and another of cofTee, four big rolls of towelling, a table cloth, a hook, a roll of mag- azines, and.a paid-up subscription to McClure's jMagaxino for a year. The last present was the free cartage of all the stuff to tho Hospital by the Western Warehouse and Transfer. Co. In addition to the above there was a cash offering that totalled The great SUCCS-SK of this first ser- vice ens'.: res-its repetition in fiuccecd- ing years vhen it will probably be heir; the day Christmas, Toronto, Jan. tives of South Huron nominated Henry TJ. Ortori, at Hcnsall today aa candidate in the bye-election for Dominion Parliament. cost him his life, and which, con- sidering the nature of the ordeal and his age, it remarkable that he dlu nut perish. From 9 o'clock Tuesday morning until G o'clock Wednesday night the old gentleman was buried under a in his oxvn woodshed, and if it had not been for the insistent mooing of his hungry cow he would have undoubtedly been imprisoned so long that death would have end- ed his sufferings. Mr. Gray is a retired farmer, who has lived here for several years, and Tuesday morning he went to the train to Sec wife on on a visit over Christmas with friends, and that was the last seen of him .until over thirty hours later, when Police Mag- istrate Smith heard him moaning and saw his boots slicking out of the woodpile. Help was immediately summoned and willing hands threw the fuel back and the limp body of the old man was brought to safety. He was at first in a semi-conscious state, but recovered sufficiently to1 tell his stoiy. Aftor the train had pulled out he had gone to the xvoodshed and com- menced to split wood, when, without any warning, a large pile fell over on him, burying him. He was at first knocked insensible and stunned with the impact of the wc.ight, but shortly recovered and .found that he was comparatively unhurt. "I found that I was imprison fid by the weight of the wood and could not, jget my arms clear to he told srokcnly and painfully, "so I shout-1 ed and called until practically un- conscious and relapsed aftor bow i many hours I could not say, into y> sensibility. I don't remember any- thing more until I found myself in my own bed. But what I suffered while-j under that woodpile is awful. "After I had called for an hour or so I sort of gave up hope, and via- iona of a lingering death by starva- tion under all the that I had split and piled up there myself came before me. "I thought of my', wife, perhaps coming back, if nobody foxind me be- forehand, ond after thinking it strange that J did not meet her at had just, about its reg- ular allowance of moisture during j the past year. According to the of- j ficiai report, of C- B. 'Bowman, the tncLeorlogical officer at this point, there was a precipitation during the A meeting of users of water on die irrigation ditch is called for inches" day, Jan. 10th, at eleven o'clock at Tllo precipitation in inches by Raymond to take into the proposal amendments to the Ca- January................................... 1.52 median North West Irrigation "Act I February................................. 0.30 now before tbe Canadian Parliament: ..___.'......... 0-3-i These amendments are that irriga-1 April.......................................1.03 over the ditches. the frovernmcn-t v-'Hl nrnlmbly rt-dviso with respect to fur- ithc-r amendments to the present act. tion companies sha.ll be compelled' to construct bridges over their canals the train, search for men .and maybe !vvhcrc they cross thc not find me for weeks afterward, when the wood would be removed. "Then hope would come again and i I would call- and think that surely I would not be left to .die. in this way, and that someone would hear, i These moods alternated until I lust consciousness." i' about by a most peculiar circum- stance. On Christmas afternoon the next door neighbor, who had thought that not seeing him around he had gone out in the country, heard his cow mooing and bawling, and went over' to find out what was the matter. Every atom of fodder had been licked up clean, and when the ani- mal was led out to water she had i to be beaten back from the trough or she would have done herself ser- ious injury with the amount she drank. Then the thought came that it was very funny that Mr. Gray, who -was very particular about the care of his cow, should leave her .alone in this way to suffer, and a search through the house, which was not locked, re- vealed that he was not around and he answered to HO eaiis. P. M. Smith was told about it, and he organized a search party and fin- ally he heard a faJnt moaning in the wood shed. He stopped for n momonl and listened, and thon walked around the pile and saw the-sole of a shoe sticking out. He caled and the wood was quickly moved to one side the unfortunst-s old man tenderly borne to his bed. He is .in a critical condition as a relapse has sot in and doubts are entertained as to his recovery. Hia wife was sent for and she ar- rived Saturday .morning, and is wait- ing by the bedside of her life partner for some hopeful May and that the consent of i August.................. 2'.'30 ties be obtained for the 'construction September 3.2.1 of irrigation works through the same October 0.05 As the Canadian North West Irriga- November........................... ...-0.14 tion Act stands the companies are December compelled to construct bridges only j Total on road allowances in actual use at 'the time of the construction of the ditch and thus avoid the construc- tion of bridges on road allowances that become used after the making of the ditches, which generally-happens to Ix; the majority of thc road al- lowances, and thus a heavy demand falls on the local improvement dis- tricts for the construction of bridges POSTOFFICE AT IRON SPRINGS It Will Be Opened There Immediate- ly with R. J. Fraier as Poet-. _- master t, Postmaster Higinbotham has re- ceived word from the Postoffice Pe- partment that a postoffice-" will, be opened at Iron Springs at onee: E_-- J. Fraser will carry the mail and. the office will probably, be located- in the residence of W. J. Hunt. Iron Springs is better known as Hunts- i For the previous fivo years cord has 1902 .1900 '1904 0.32 13.50 thc re- 14.83 11.40 1906....................................... 3907 lo-oO PAIN ffcln In the anywhere, has its PMn is congestion, pain is blood usually. At least. DO Dr. Shoop, and te prove it bo hag created ft little pink tablet. Dr. Shoop's Headache Tkblet- coaxei blood pressure away front pain centeHL effect is channinf. pleasingly delightful. Gcntljt though safely, it the blood Jation. If yon hare a headache, it's blood pressure. If it's painful periods -with voinen, same cause. li you are sleepless, restless, nervous, it's blooi pressure. That sonjl.T is certainty, for Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets ittot it ia 20 and the tablets simply distribute the Mnnatura.1 bltxxl pressure. Bruise your finger, and doesn't it f et red, (well, and pain you? Of course it does. It's blood pressure. You'll find it where It's simply Common Sense. Wwtell Hi 25 cuati. cheerfully le Dr. Shocp Headache Tablets "ALL DEALERS" W. D. BARCLAY'S POSITION Former Lethbridge Man Goes to C. N. R. as Superintendent, j W. D. Barclay, formerly general j manager of the Alberta. Railway j Immigration Co., who visited Leth- j bridge a few weeks ago. has been appointed superintendent of the Can- adian Northern Railway in the place of C. W. Spencer, who recently re- signed. His headquarters will be at Winnipeg. THE GRAIN RECEIPTS IF YOU BUY WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. HATCH COONS Tbe choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbriuge District. HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge Winnipeg, Dec. receipts at points on thc of Canad- ian Pacific railway on Saturday amounted to bushels. Of this amount, bushels was wheat and bushels other grains. The total grain receipts to date this year have amounted to bushels of wheat and bushels of other grains. Sunny Southern Alberta Farm Lands and lethbridge Property "V We have a large list. Everything we sell is worth the money. Cull and see us or Io2 Eakin Matthews ltd. Lethbridge, Ulta, ;