Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
11111 III III11111111111 1111111111111111111 H I 11111111111 n nn�� 'I I' Bow Island Latest Townsite 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, locations are being snapped up. Choice OTS SELL FROM CSTO $19 ON USY TERMS J. Olquist Bow bland, Alto. tl, 1 1 111 11 f HI T11 T I *-T T-�� MOB VANCOUVER FIREMEN Japanese Use Knives and Cut Up White Citizen in the Most Terrible Manner (Western Associated Press.) Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 2.-Three city firemen, named Frost, Anderson and MacDonald, were net upon by a small mob of armed Japanese, early this morning and lett for dead at the corner of Powell Street and Gore Ave., two blocks from the police station. The men were clothed in distinctive 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. , Instantly the proprietor rushed out and many of his countrymen came to join in the fight, which happened in the heart of the Japanese district. The firemen were athletic young nrn but were, overpowered after fighting hard. The flesh on their faces was torn into ribbons by the razor like knives the Orientals carry. Frost was probably mortally injured, his neck being cut and slashed, and laid open for four inches long and two inches deep alongside the jugular vein. The men were frightfully mangled about the arms and breasts, but McDonald and Allan were still fighting over the body of Frost when a squad of police arrived. Four Japanese were arrested and the three firemen were takn to the hospital. The Japanese fought like demons and spine carried knives a foot long. TRAIN TURNED SOMERSAULT Almost Increditable Escape From Injuries of a Train Loaded With Passengers on G. T. R. (Western Associated Press.) Barrie, Jan. 2.-That a whole train should take a triple somersault down a 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 six miles north of Barrie at 7.30 this morning. The Pentang train was slowly climbing a grade at this point when from some unexplained cause it jumped the rails and making three complete turns landed right side up in a ditch 35 feet below. Only the engine remained on the track, the tender, express, 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 passengers were removed the three cars were completely destroyd. Inside 45 minutes Grand Trunk surgeons, Drs. Ross and Arnott were on the spot The injured were removed' to Barrie. The most delicate and dainty sweetmeat* am COWAN'S Maple Buds, Milk Chocolate/ Cream Bars, etc. Sold by Grocers and Confectioners. THK COWAN CO.. Limit**, TORONTO GUT FOR HOSPITAL Splendid Rally of Sunday Schools New Year's Day GIVING TO OTHERS Yam Ml Forftt a Worthy hstiMiM .�lu:ir (From Thursday's Daily.) The real Christmas spirit was Jy and amply shown at the union Sunday School rally held in Wesley Church yesterday morning when the Presbyterian, llaptist and Metho . it Sunday School united in a 'Ji.ing Service. No doubt every child who participated in the exercises yesterday hud had great pleasure the week before in receiving- the Christmas (rifts ffi^en by Santa Claiis and other friends not so mysterious, bin, judging from the enthusiasm shown in the service and ccia)ly v�'th older people, the exercises such as yesterday's show that the. pupils of the Sabbath Schools have the spi- | rU of the Mast/er of whom they learn 1 a'm'es and whose birth they celebrate at Christmas tide. For, when "they made a feast they culled not their kinsmen nor rich neighbors" from whom they could expect recompense but raithcr in bringing their Rifts for a donation to the CJaH. Hospital \hey carried out the Master's instruc lions, "when thou makest a feast, call the poor, the maimed, the lame and the blind," and the happy looks upon every face indicated that the promise that "thou slial.t bo blessed" had been abundantly fulfilled. The body of The church was comfortably filled with members of the three schools when Rev. .1. M. Harrison, the chairman, opened the mect-inir asking them to sing-, "Onward, Christian Soldiers," after which the schools recited in unision the twenty-third psalm. After singing a New Year's hymn "Sing to the Groat Je- hovah rruise." I'ev. A. M. Gordon led in prayer. Another hymn was sung and llev. Wm. Heid led in the responsive reading of l'salm 103. Mr. A. Irving introduced a capital talk on Making iv Man, by telling a couple of good stories. In his address he spoke of the necessity of knocking off some of the rough" corners of our characters in order to make them perfect. Selfishness. t,a-zinuss, and Discontent were the three corners dwelt upon more particularly. Dr. Uiilbraith based his interesting address on a fossil he had with him. drawing attention to the fact that character is as the fossil. It is soft Iand impressionable in early yoars, ! gets hard gradually, but may be turn | ed from-Jjeing hard to soft. After relating briefly the German story of the Cold Heart, the sjieakcr spoke of Christ as the power that can keep the heart soft or can turn it from a "heart of stone" to one of "flesh." COW SAVED HIS LIFE Ontario Man Buried Under Wood Pile FOR TWO DAYS CHURCH IN NORTH WARD MctfcWUts Bqr rraperty *i M Have Nattier IWre The Methodists in this city have decided to open up work in the North Ward as soon as possible. They have purchased the Greek Catholic church from the Alberta-Kailway Jfo Irrigation Co. who haw owned it, for some time. This build ng will be moved to a site in the North Ward on Westminster Road. - Rev. T. C. Buchanan, era:ice people regard six as a wry small proportion. The repeal votes will be in the following places: West Camden, majority 43, Cardinal 7, Hullci'to 8, North Toronto 25, Thamcsville o, Yarmouth 156. WATER USERS TO MEET At Rayttond to Consider Amend, merits to Irrigation Act Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Family Herftld and Weekly Star, MortrMl Lethbridge Herald "Sunny Alberta'* Beat" THESE THREE CO C(\ REGULAR PRICE $3.50 ' *P Jm**J V AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS 4>\jU CI.A88ES THE SPECIAL OF HEADERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these clm*-ea: Persons who have lived, in the west for any lengthy period and ar� out-and-out Westerner*, and' recent arrival! from the Old Country,-Irss� the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps bo one newspaper could cater with cotnplote satisfaeMoa to all these classes but by this combination offer every special need is asst. - The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete) rseard *#�k by iveek of all happenings in the Western Provinces. . In additlsa it has special departments for American and British settlers. Th* Fasa-. ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Kaatara Oaaa> da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion ia dstsasTe farss,-� and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Wsstara news, wait* yaw sannot do without. .......................................1M; I.ETHBiUPGK HERALD: Find enclosed 92.50, for which send me Weekly Free Press aadi PraMa Farmer. Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; aaw I**- hridgw Herald, for one year each. RAINFALL FOR 1907 PrecitttatiM Darwf tie Year was (her Fifteen laches while under that woodpile is awful "After I had called for an hour or I so I sort, of gave- up hope, and visions of a lingering death by starvation under all the wood that I had split and piled up there myself came before me. "I thought of my wife, perhaps coming bock, if nobody found me be- I forehand, and after thinking it I strange that 1 did not, meet her at i the train, search for men and maybe | not find me for weeks afterward, ' when the wood would be removed. "Then hope would come again and I would call iind think that surely 1 would not be left to die in this way, and that someone would hear. These moods alternated until 1 lost consciousness." The rescue of Mr.Gray was brought I about by a most peculiar circum- I stance. On Christmas afternoon the | next door neighbor, who had thought I that not seeing him around he had j gone out in the country, hoard his j cow distressedly mooing and bawling, j and went over to find out what was the matter. Every atom of fodder had been licked up clean, and when the animal was led out to water she had to be beaten back from the trough or she would have done herself serious 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, revealed that he was not around and he answered to no e.�iia, P. M. Smith was told about it and ho organized a search party and finally he heard a faint moaning in the wood shed. He stopped for a moment and listened, and' then walked around the pile and saw the-sole of a shoe sticking out. He caled and the wood was quickly moved to one side and the unfortunate old man tenderly borne to his bed. He is in a critical condition us a relapse has set in and doubts ore entertained as to his recovery. His wife was sent for and she arrived Saturday morning, and i� waiting by the bedside of her life partner for gome hopeful sign. A meeting of Uv,> users of water on the irrigation ditch is culled for Friday, .Jan. 10th, at eleven o'clock at ; Kaymoml to take into consideration the proposed amendments to tho Ca-jmi'diun North West Irrigation Act now before the Canadian Parliament, j These amendments ure that irriga-jtion companies shall be compiled to construct bridges over their canuls | where they cross the road allowance, and that tho consent of municipalities bo obtained for the construction [of irrigation works through the same ' October ... J As the Canadian North West Irrigo-j Novonilier ; tion Act. stands the companies arc' December ;compelled to construct bridges only Lethbridge had just about its regular allowance of moisture during the |>ast year. According to the official report, of C. U. Bowman, the mclcorlogical officer at this point, there was a precipitation during the year of 15.50 inches. The precipitation in inches by months was:- . January .... February .. March ....... April ........ May ......... June ......... duly ......... August ..... September Total . 3.52 . 0.80 . 0-31 ...1.0S . 1.11 . 8.61 . 1.43 . 2.30 .. 8.24 .. 0.05 .0.11 .. 0.32 15.50 POSTOFFICE AT IRON SPRING? It Will Be Opened There Immediately with R. J. Fraser as Post- ^ master , . t. � Postmaster Higinbotham has received word from the Postoffice Department that a postoffice' will � be ' opened at Iron Springs at once. R. J. Fraser will carry the mail ap� the office will probably be located in the residence of W. J. Hunt. Iron Springs is better known as Hunts-: ville. on road allowances in actual use at j Fo). th(? I)lvviolls fiv0 yem.s .lnu re. the time of the construction of the col.(| |U1S i>aQ^:_ ditch and thus avoid the construe-1^ tion of bridges on road allowances that become used after the making of ;' the ditches, which generally, happens i j to lie tho majority of the road "'"jinnfl lowances, and thus a heavy demand i falls on 'the local improvement districts for the construction of bridges over the ditches. Tho meetinc will probably advise the government with respect to further amendments to the present act. 27.91 H.S3 11.40 13.78 22.48 15.50 PAIN fain in the head-pain anywhere, has Ha canst.. Fsin ia congestion, pain li blood ureamre-tiothtua else utnsllr. At least, so s*s� Sr. Snoop, and ts prove it ho hss created a little pink tablet. Thai tablet-called Dr. Snoop's Headache Tablet-coaxed blood presaure awar from pain center*. lUeffect ischarmlns. pleaainiljr ilellf htful. Uentlx, though safely, it �urely equalliei the blood clrts lation. II you have a headache. It's blood pressure. If it's painful period* with women, same causa. It you are sleepless, restless, nervous, it's Woo* eoosestion-blood pressure. That surely is a certainty, for Dr. Shoot's Headache Tablets stop it in 20 minutes, and the tablets simply distribute the unnatural blood pressure. Bruise your finger, and doesn't it set red, ane swell, and pain you? Of course it does. It's eon-�estion, blood pressure. You'll find it where pais It-always. Its simply Common Ucnso. We sell at 'JO cents, aud cheerfully recopjiaeBa Dr. Shoop's i Headache Tablets "ALL DEALERS" W. D. BARCLAY'S POSITION -. Former Lethbridge Man Goes to C. N. R. as Superintendent. W. D. Barclay, formerly general manager of tho Alberta Railway & Immigration Co., who visited Lethbridge a few weeks ago, has been appointed superintendent of the Canadian Northern Railway in the place of C. W. Spencer, who recently resigned. His headquarters will be at Winnipeg. THE GRAIN RECEIPTS Winnipeg, Dec. 30.-Grain receipts at points on the lines of the Canadian Pacific railway on Saturday amounted to 86,000 bushels. Of this amount, 40,000 bushels was wheat and 37,000 bushels other groins. The total grain receipts to date this year have amounted to 24,074,000 bushels of wheat and 4,737,000 bushels of other grains. IF YOU WISH TO BUY ' ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. - CONSULT- HATCH & COONS Tho choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge Sunny Southern Alberta fan Lands and lethbridge Property \ We have a large list. Everything we sell is worth the money. Call and see us or telephone No. IS2 Eakln & Matthews Ltd. Lethbridge, Alts.