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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta $ 1.50 MINGS TO YOUR HOME FOR ONE YEAR. THE A BRIGHT, NEWSY AND CLEAN NEWSPAPER Subscribe for it now and keep in toucii with the affairs of this growing district. No news-paper in Alberta has m^t with the encouragement and the success that has favored the | Herald in Its six month's career. - - - Will find - - - The Herald The best medium in Southern Alberta to reach the people JOB :- We have a modern equiji3ment of type and machinery, as w^ll as first-class workmen, and we make the statement without fear of contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as any office In the | West. A trial will convince you that we have | a right to talk this way. Try us for Letter Heads Bill Heads Envelopes Posters Calling Cards Wedding Invitations Anything in fact where type and ink are used i: I The Herald's Motto: Nothing but the Bet- ^HE WEEK IN THE STATES AUi'cd VoHilcrliock's farm hoiJ�;> iM�ar lOuclkl w�s 'biii-mxl. Uolwrt _ It. Mollin of Mmn�apolis, was arrc!f�t,�l on llie c;>ai�ge of mi-bc/ziiiig $100 from his employers. Horatio K. Mimn, attorney, diotl in St. I'aul at t*ie age of 81. I*c was a inreml>cr of Iha fir.��t Mlnno.'Mjta lofj-islatiii't,'. A 5-year old 1>oy nantod Wflson wofi drowiKfd >in the St. Lniiix i>a)l f^anic at .IflckNon, Miss Anna I^ynn was knocked sciiselcBS hy a foul ball and dtwJ in twenty-four hours. .fohn Vick of Dulutih, while intox icalcil, ln,v on iha railway Irack.s aj>d went to -sleep. A train struck him, rcsult'iflfi:' in instant 'dmt>h. Lloyd ITelriier was giving hi."* Iiorse a swim at nunalo. when ho fell oif tde horNo s'Iruck ihim wiign minisler of France, aorcpterl ArohiUJ�Aiop'fi Irslaind's invit4)tiotcml>or. Twenty-two rosVJents of Sew Pra-Kue arc at the Pasteur institute Cliinago umlergoing treatment in con.9aicnM^n�e of having tioen bitten iij a raltkil 'dog. While driving in a wagon, Olof Ol.tion, of napi^lan, was stricken wich apoplexy, fell to thda.v with n parly of seventeen friends, making eighteen, was drowned In Tanner's lake. While swimming; he had cramps. at- Xihi- rich. A jewelery company fey lachnient proceedings recovorod ring worth �150 the doctor hiid given t*�e yo��t�g woman awl M'iss Ifam-slow, began, suit for �ia,00 for selling putrid meat. Berg & Benson's hardware at on at Valley City was burglarized an.l gootis worth over $1.00 takcvi. Miss- Jessie Coodwater, aged IS, livins with hor parents on n cl.\ini 26 miles southwest of Minot, com-nkititcd sutcide by scooting "because of �iisappointment in a love afTair. Kube Allyn, of Fargo, an inifwsi.n ator aii'd entertainer, is .siis|x>cto.l is gathering evi.;lenc,-> (or divoi-ce pru-ceedings.  The Pargo bar is In oix>n i-eSieliior. over tiic nomination of .Tolvn Knauf. Republican, for Supreme court justice. Tlie-Ttamoci-atic no�nina>> (or the offioft.- whoever ho may be, will lie electeti. it is bclieveui. A'bnor C. Martin, an IwHan. coiu-miltc\i suioii'lo with |ioison iii the Towner jail, lie hae:'ti arr.'^.wie.'l for the murder of Co�irad Pfisier. .i uiomlier of the (.'enuan nolnMi'ty, n'-ar .Vnamoosc, hi.s purpo.sj being routska in ; horrible manner with a butohor kn/t. ami the wouiKly � mountwin imn all nigfii iw>tir llttrincy ISxik, in the Black Hills, iii>l .saved her life hy singing coiksitniit l.v, which oharni.."d t'he animal. SJu- wa.s found in the h.r liiislxind who kill'?(l mornirtg t'he lion. by IOWA. The Webster Ciiv lOlks will build a $30,000 > 'ln-ing 4vit by a railway train at Winchester. Jliiram Willnivl, a pioneer business nmn of Alar.shalliown. was killf^l by faUing 'down ulaiin. Rol>ert .loiMi.soti s.'.d from a ha,\ mow onto a pilchforii, near Wel>sli>r City, and is ttxiH'ct.ivl to die. The Armour elevator ait Madriil was burned, with SlOO.OCiO loss. rhousaiMls of busiiels of *>ushels of grain were d.-S't royeil. Pi-eiil Ham, n.\'�r .Auix-lia, raised a frog to full grow'l'ii in his stomach. 'JMte reptile iiioile him deatilvly sick and ho vomiH'n the groiMKi i>f extreme cruell.v. Hi� wife (varges that ht^ cliokrd tht'ir infant chiki to death, MlsB Anna Ifc^n.slow, of Sioux City, wont to Minw^apolis and took a V"-�itir. J. E. IV^wor, of Minneapolis, tihei>efoiv sought her in marriagB and they became eng.is^ I'd. The engagement was rovoko.i W'hen the modic found she �v�s not MOSTANA. ^ Herman Mueller, a Butte saloon keeper, located a gold claim on the Jewish ceintUory. The po|>ular in -dignatiofl is intens'?, but Mueller insists on developing his clainv. Because two men in^istod on riding on his handcar, which wa-si �traiHng' a freight train, Section PoPcrnan Herman Ebcrhart �ti'uck' em (taUan named Dominick Paho with a wrench when Paho's brother-iri^.'aw. Prank liiperati, shot KI>crhort dead. Paho and f^iperati escapKl into thi? mbun-t*ins, �>tit hoth vero oaplurod. 'JMie traKlegy occurred near HelemC C. .\. I^rson, su|)erintendent ol the water service of the Dartitigton Railwdi.v jf.-'o., wnd' AssiidianrSiiperin-tmdent h. Metioina^ were injured by the c.xplofiton of a fiosolinc eng)(ne at Co^iurn. Mrtjcinas is not cxpcc(0d to recover. William Barkovitoh, aged 13, wao found dead aoc,!r>' store. According to the dead hoy's companion, Kilicoti and Matt Polich. proprietor of the store, drikgged Barkovltch Imto a warehouse and tieat him to death. Polieh and Ki)-ican were arretted. WISCONSIN. St�|)hcn WoMierMon was mortally gored bj; a bull near Rfccine. Arthur Johnson warn at Sui>erior, was killed hy coming in contact with a live electri-! light wire. Joseph Figuiki, aged 15, living near Lehigh, wan arrested on the charge of raising a $1 check to SfS.'i and trying to got it cashcl. Senator LaPoHett* oind Irvine E. I*nroot, of Superior, were said lo have formed a combination to secure tih�^ lection of Lenroot as **>e suc-ces.sor o'f United States Senptrir S|KK>ner. Campl)ell Lohst, of Kewaunee, who disappeared the day his wife was mundere.'!, was found dead in the woods, having committed ' suicide. No doubt remoins that he was hi> wife's slayer. Sherifl Oyliawi of Sawy^er county, and a force oi deputies ma^Jo another attempt to capture I>iet/, who bus held a logging dam near ilu,vwar!l over n .vear,' �def.ving all comers. T lie posse ie, his-brt>th.r-in-H"\ who had iicen mourn�l as d.Hi�d.. Kiiig gie was fotin:! to be alive and well in the Phillfi�inos. lie is g soldier in the Jnitei States army. John Isace, a con�t�4)lo, was mur-derol at Pr�scot4 In cold 'blooid by 2rt Italian laixu-ors, one of wliom thj. ofTlcsr was trying to ari\ist. Villa;?^ Marshal Jams Hommel, who accoiii-pad)'ie. .\ man hunt was insifhtntod and . m. every evening froia the first rin.'. of Octolier u� l'h� thirteenth day i�f April inclusive. 2. Between the hours in the last preceding section appointed omd the hour of five a.m. on the following morning it shall be unlawful for any child umlcr'the age of sixteen years' lo �M5 in or upon any public street, lane, alle.y, bridge park, .sq\�are. >a-cant lot or other unoccupied ground or public place w'rthin the limits of the Municipality unVoss such chill is in charge of and is accoiqpanie.i by Its parent or guapdiah or somiv otdult pcraon tjiereunto duly auth -orlKd by such parent or guardian. 8; The Police Coniit�lbleB aiitd such otiier peraons as the Council may appoint riMll have the power to arrest, and take into ctistody any oblM ap-parantly under the a^s of sijitcen years found linattelndod as hen�int)e -fore provMed during -the time hereby prohibited ini or iipcm ony public street, lane, alley, bridge, park, sqiwrc, vacant Icit or other unoccup-wd land or other public ptace. 4. Every constaWe or other officer who shaM arrest or take mio custody any chiM under the "age of sixteen years as provided in Section a thereof shiill forthwith take suih: (4iiM to his or-ber home or place i>' alMkde and 8hali~warn the parent cr guardian oif �\ici% child aga i ns-t i h broach of this by-law. 5. If upon the hearing of any ' fortnatiion under this by-law it .duU appear e-comc liable to imprisonment for n period not exceeding six da.vs. C. l'i)on any prosecution und-M-this b.v-law. the evidence of jny witnesses that to the "best of his or her juidgm(4it any person, wi'th i-eii r-ffn� to whom such prosccutJion is le-in|5_ brought. Is a person under the affR of sixteen years and .shall "..vvin shall be calculated by w-'hal 'is l'.'n?r-iilly known as Pacific. Staivter:l Time 8. This b.v-law may be cited as the "Purtew By-Law." SOUTH, EASr AVI) WEST. FiV){)k Kreigh, agod 1U. living a-^^r St. JosoHi, Mich., niarriemon, m^cd TO. Kreigh iiHwl a girl in oider to marry the old woman. I. (J., Pholps-Stokcs, the yo'ing muhem a bonus bu|t just to guarantee their tionds for a small 'amount. 1 note what has been said by your leading won last week, regarding this matter and as I have heard very Kimilar remarks pa.s.s(xl at Board of Trade meetings lin Whoopup, Stood Off and Kipp, I vill not at U>i� tini� undertake to question 'tibe wiiMlom of what has been silid. I would, however, call the attention of yo*ir readers to the wLsdom of finding out just what took piact! in Medicine Hat, worker of New York, I'ormally cast j so you ivill noit let somof fellow, �iho his lot with the Socialist party. may for all you know, l>e more inter- Henry Clay Evans, former |>ens,ion estemocral.^ ot IVnn.sylvania effected o omplete fu.'^ion and iionii'iiate.'l a state ticket lieadid by I^'wis Ein.'iry ilr.. rii'le|>en':lent Itepttblican for gov ernor, ifieorp' Mitchell, who killed Fran/ VIniiiiwl CrcflteW, len.(k>r of.,the .'"e-i nov n as Holy Rollers at Seattle, alleging that CnsdVid had wron.ted Mtitchell's two wistcrs, was a2e(Vion bill was duo motre t gentilenvan-I nuight say 'hi-sniooth". gent'lieman-who is s*> anxious to benefit fjethbri^igie or nn.v Othi^r place that will work if Ir> and bis fellow directors will continue liable to the bank (or the .same amount OS they aiv� now liable, if they sue ceod In getting the bonds of the Woollen Mills Co. giiamivtecd and if he soys yes and can. deliver the other aingle;member of congress, ami goods, then make a 1>i� push to his exertiphV iVi mipport of the ineas a by-law carried, bwause then ure cauHod.his 'death. His health had it is alright. Ii- is not enough to sa.v in i>eg:�rd to any lousiness, that theiv is a big (icniand for their goods, or that they make the finest the land, or that it is a great blessing or an.vtbing Of that kind. 'I'.he thing i.s. does it pav? Ik theiie nn.v iiMrney in il.'^ ...^....... It is hot one of the greatest Ohicago, running away (or j blessings in tbr> world to have con -The coiipifl wpi-e locit-jtrol o( a Wollen Mill or a wild oat. unless you know what to do with it and I advise a careful en-quii-y into this affair Iwforo you de- long lioeri dt?l'icate. lio literally rfavc his life for the common weal. After being couHnt lhre.> .venr^ hy a full bloodod Indian at Uiwren'v-university. Kansas. aii>r. Pearl Sailing, �hit�\ marri" I 't!v;^ Indian in the piirpos.' nd in .Milwaukee, where the groom is cornet soloist in the it^nitcd States Indian l>and. Population close upon 4,000 and increasing daily. Ike third largeat town in Alberta. A coal miniag; ranching and farming district. la-corporated as a city this year. CITY OFFICIALS. Kayor-..feo. Aofers. Sec.-Tivas.-Cbas. B. Bowman. -Citjr Sulicitdr~e. F^. P. ConybMra. City Auditor-Robt. Sage. .Chief of Pirs Department-A. B. Humphries. Medical Health Offloer-Hon. I.. O. DeVeb^r, M.D. Chief of Police-H. M. Parry. Con-Stables Silliker and Jones. Aldermen-Wm. Oliver, V. W. Dooley, C. H. Harding. Dr. McCIure. e. Adams. O. W. ItoMnsoa. HOARD OF EDUCATION. Chairman-.!. H. Fleetwood. f*ecretary-C. H. Bowman. Trustees-Dr. Galbraith, O. Johoston, 11. Nimmons. V. Dooley. BOARD OP TRADE. Presidcnt-^C. F. P. Conybcare. Vice-President-E. U. Rylands. Secretary-F. H. Barnes. . Executive-Wm. Oliver, C. O. Nourse, F. Sick, M. Freeman,' Barford, M. Young. GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. Dominion Lands-I, W. Martin. ImiuiKrat'ion.-Chas. Mair. travail  ing immigration agent, A. E. Humph^ rica. care-taker, immigration hall. Registrar of VitarStatistics-C-B. Bowman. Superintendent ol Motinted Polict�- .1. O. Wilson. > Poiitmaster-.1. D. Biginbotham. Collector of CUstoui�-.l. Kenny. Member of Alberta Legislature- W. C. Simmona. , ' Member of House of Coauaons- �Ino. Herron, Pinolter Creek. CHURCHES. Anglican-Rev. J. S. Chi vera, rec* tor;' Rev. DavM Jones. Roman Catholic-Rev. Father Van Tighem. Presbyterian-Rev. A.M. Qordtn. Methodist-^ltev. J. E. Hughsun. Baptist-Ruv. Chas. PadlJV. Salvation Army-Capt. Flaws. BAKKS. ; Bank ol Montreal-R. P. ���. Manager. Bank of Commerce-C. O. K. ^our^ie. Manager. Union Bank-O. U. McMickiag, Manager. RAILWAYS. Lethibridga is on tba Crow's Neat line of the C. P. H., and is about ta hecoDw  diviaional point.' It ia tba headquarters of tha A. R. ft I. Railway, running south to Great Falls, Montana. J. J. Hill's new transcontinental road is almost sure i� strike (�his point. Roads ara also, projected north to Calgary and L�th- ' brirdgc in a very few years, is likely to lie a big railroad,centre. F ARMING. tietbbridge ia the centre ot the onl.v irrigation diatriot in Canada. Soma oi the finest farms in the west are to be seen near the town. At present the unirrigated lands in all 'directions are being rapidly settled, and there is no doubt but that this town will soon be the centre of gri*st agricultural wealth and population. LOCATION. Letiibridge is the natural capitsi of SouUieni AU>erta. Tt is the hub of a big district, aud from here goods ar� distributed south to the boundary, east into Soskatehe�van and west to Britisii Coliimbia, and nortfl almost as far as Calgary. It is bound . to lieconie the leading wholesale centre in Aliwria, south of Calgary. CiLIMATE. Leihbrifdge's climate is very much' like Colorado. We only have winter for a day or so, and the rest of thf time the sun shines and ths'air: is balmy. Baseiiall was played hare this ,vear early in January. There is no Oner climate in all Canada. COWENIENCES. Waterworks syateni, electric light, sewerage system, telephone system. ckle to put up a liOtlo uNitter of tao.OTM for the pleasure of having the majority of th� boaivl of direct-bra ivfside in the west. A little bir.l tells me, Mr. Smooth doei^ not can> a dam where t:lH\v ivskIu, i( ho can make a clean jump. Thanking .vou In anticiiiatlon. - BVSTANDEIt ;