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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta tlTHMIDOI. ALMHTA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1. HOT Here's 'a peace-maker for the stay- out-late husband, sweet enough to melt the hardest heart. Our PERFECT ICE CREAM has been known to even win over a crusty mother-in-law when things grew hot! Chocolate, Lemon, Van- illa. Dainty parlors. Orders quickly filled. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Confectioners aud Ice Cream Specialists I ANNOUNCEMENT The North Ward Drug Store Will make its' bow the Public in a few days with a TVPTTttfl si J. H. McCROSTIE Phm. B. Manager The Model Restaurant I Appeals to everybody by its J Excellent Menu I The Menu at The Alberta Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. QJJ In This District R. H. McCutcheon, contractor and superintendent of the oil well being bored at "inchcr Creek, is in the c ty for a few days, lie is much in- C N. R. AT VANCOUVER Enginetr James Returns to Active Railway Work A DRUNKLEM WHISKEY Californit Chemist Thinks That Al- A.I cohol Isn't to Blame j S-ui Francisco, May E. j J. Voyle, a chemist, of .Berkeley, says Vancouver, June K-Th, Canadian! Covered a .method re- Northern Engineering Department from has opened offices in Vancouver. This j dun.mshinK i, taken as an indication that Voyle says that the D. D. Mann, vice president of the in whiskey which causes woe Um OF CANADA QUIMO, Comparative Figures For Fifteen Yt you liave to do is carefully to extract from vour whisktv and in Vancouver a few weeks ago lie stated that it would only be a j _ matter of a very short time before T would reach tide-water! _ Pure alcohol K not responsible for e the Voyle. "The evil in- gredient is the associated element (cy- some LONDON SHELTERS ABDUL'S WIVES and ought to claim the patronage of all Union Men As it is run on strictly union principles Rooms in connection Eight from His Harem are Living in a Boarding House London, June again Eng- land has shown herself liberal in granting refuge to alien exiles. One evening last week eight women from the ex-Sultan of Turkey's harem ar- rived in London and they are now temporarily living at a boarding house in. the fashionable neighborhood of terton Lakes. John Cantiin t PROPRISTO R his railway at this port- The Vancouver are in charge of Thomas engineer who recently spent time in looking over the topography of the country in the vicinity of the North Arm of the River where j it is possible the Canadian Northern j may establish terminals. j Mr. E. A. James, of Victoria, form-! manager of the C.- N. .R. is about j to resume his railway career. He re-j j tired several years ago owing to ill health. Mr. James recently accepted namide.) It is one of the minvr con- stituents not removed by the present of fermentation and distilla- Capital May 31st 1S95, 1900, 1905. 2.500.000. Feb. 27th 1909, May 31st 1905, Feb. 27th 1909, April 3rd 1909, 1895, 1900, May 31st 1895. 3900, 1905. 1.289.824. Feb. 27th 1909, Anetf May 31st 1895, f 1900, 1905. Nov. 30th 1908, Mar. 31st 1909, LETHBR10GE BRANCH: J. R. Andtrsen, Manager. COW PUNCHER PERISHRED ON THE LONE PRAIRIE Body of Man Discovered Near Brooks Has Been Identified terested in the gas and oil situation; the positjon Of general manager of the in Southern xUberta- In his opinion the prospects ought to be good at Lethbridge. At the present time there are sev- eral wells 'being developed through- j out Alberta. All uru well aware of the gas wells at Medicine Hat, Bow Island and Dumnore away to east. At Pincher Creek between the town and the station the Western Did you ever see what the Menu Card at The Fashion Cafe says f Did you ever see the waitresses and cooks carry out the instruc- tions on the Menu Card Try it! Portland Place. The authorities are fully aware of their presence, but say they have no reasonable grounds on which to interfere. The French authorities have taken a much more severe attitude. Half a dozen heavily veiled women, unable to make themselves understood in anything but Turkish got out of the Orient express in Paris and by point- ing out, pictures in an illustrated journal they indicated they were gitivv-s from Abdul HJamid's harem and begged permission tu remain in Paris. But the authorities would have none of them and despatched them back to Stamboul. Coal and Oil Company have had and still have good showings 01 oil and still have lots of gas. The. Pinchcr Creek Oil Co. have a well about. 40 miles south of Pincher Creek in the South Kootenay Pass, near the Wa- This well has when fully developed good prospects of Alberta and Great Waterway, which will run north from Edmonton to Fort McMurray, a distance of 160 miles. Mr. and Mrs. James were passen- gers on this afternoon's train from the East. Mr. James announced that he had been to Kansas City with the capitalists who have planned the en- terprise. The surveyors are n'ow be- i ing_ rushed. It is likely that a branch also be extended into the Peace Siver district. Mr. 'James added that; his health has now sufficiently improv-! ed to permit him accepting the man-: of the new road. He will; (Calgary Albertan) The body of the man found upon the prairie near Brffoks has now been identified as that of a cow puncher named Scholfield, who has noi been heard of since last Christmas. Scholfield had been working in the district where he, was found for about Patented Sectional Bouses Manufactured in Vancouver, B C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- si, us. Prospective builders would do well to write me before deciding on a house A. Spencer AGENT and BUILDER, MACLEOd He last worked for the P. ranch and a few days before Christ- j mas left the ranch house for a visit to another ranch further north. Some four days after he had left, his horse returned alone trailing a picket rope. It is surmised that Scholfield was off TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The town of Dupont, Pa., was threatened with destruction by lire Tuesday. Xearly a dozen buildings were destroyed before assistance from yielding four or five or even ten bar- rels a day. Another company with Spokane capital are starting' their second well on the B. C. side the line in the South Kootenay Pass. While about fifty or sixty miles northwest of Pincher Creek the Chi- cago Alberta Oil Co. are operating near Frank. They have cap- ital and D. A. Slater, formerly of the Canadian Northwest Oil Co.. is now I -M- head driller for this Chicago-Alberta his horse for some purpose, and huve personal charge of the construe-! the ran him tion which will be started at Edmon- j practically ;nd that he wftg ton m July-___________' I frozen to death before he was able to reach shelter. The body was identified by the clothing, and also by the teeth, which were very small and regular. NANTON M.P.P. AT FERN IE Much Impresed with the. Energy and Faith of the Peoole There MINISTERS {Special to the Herald.) I Fernie, May M. FAVOR VOTES FOR WOMEN Northwest Oil about 95 miles j Nanton Co. The Canadian Co. at their well southwest of Pincher. Creek, are still plugging away in the middle Koot- enay Pass. This well has reached a layer of yery hard strata where at times the drillers only make from two to vhree feet in a week. But their confidence is unshaken because their first showing was so good. They may yet reach something' worth while when once this hard strata is of Nantoh, Alberta, is in the London, June uproarious city on a brief business trip. It, has j Suffragette scenes at Westminster nine years since the member for Hall, Secretarv of War Haldane de- had seen pernje. during which time it had grown from a vil- clared himself i-n favor of votes for women on the trround that the whole lage in the woods to an incorporated i tendency of the age is toward min- town with some five thousand differences of sex and. their prrous inhabitants; had been reduc- j political consequences, ed to a heap of ashes and in the space He said, there had lately been a re- 01 nine months has been rebuilt tojaction against women's suffrage, such an extent as to astonish thejwbidi it was-the-business-of Parlia- most credulous.. i rnent to interpret. WILL BE DEPORTED Edmonton, June Webb, a convict at Edmonton Penitentiary .who has been serving a sentence for horse stealing near Medicine Hat, will be deported to his former home near Spokane, Washington, whence he canie just before he committed his crime. ihtt.fljunes 'pierced. i------- It was announced at the office of j With such actual producing wells the X.Y.. X.H. and H.R.H., al New j and such good prospects all around Haven, Conn.. that John Stevens, j Loth-bridge from Medicine Hat, Bow vice-president, had resigned to accept i Tslan-d and Calgary to Pincher Creek Mr. Glendening goes away a A deputation of women at Sheffield most flattering opinion of the energy 'i interviewed Walter Eunciman, .Presi- and faith of the Fernie people, and'] dent of the Board of Education, who with a much broader view of the pos- pronounced himself in favor of the sibilit-ies of this district than could 'cause. have been conceived a- years ago, _ before we had been tested bv fire. PLUMBING Let us estimate on the Plumbing for your new house. We have the facilities and workmen to attend to all orders promptly We keep everything in plumbers supplies am Head Co. ltd. Calgary and Lethbridge Duff erin Street Phone 299 here, Faint heart never won fair New Haven road in 1907, mainly to i lady. The oil or gas will never be make a valuation of all the without boring for it. Others, pany's property. News was brought C., of a rifle duel about 70 miles away, between A. Thivarge, a rancher, and a trapper whose name has not been learned. Several shots were exchanged before Thivarge was killed. service elsewhere. Mr. Stevens after; and the Kootenay Pass, why is there j .Tlie amount of capital giving up his position-as chirf oil or gas underneath Leth- am, the greafc TQom for gineer of Panama Canal, came to the bridge Faint heart never won fair to cojne> impressed our visitor {rom the fair grain fields of the prairie more thaji ever with the mutual pos- sibilities of the two neighboring pro- vinces. [too. have predicted that gas or oil to Lilooet, B. Irnay yet be found at Lethbridge. on Bridge River, PIJGSLEY'S LEGAL ACTION Ottawa, Ont., June Wil- Mr. Glendenning left by the Soo- Spokane-Portland Flyer this evening. liam Pugsley, minister of Public Works slated today that the action he has instituted in the New Brunswick Fivo motor cars competing for the trophy' offered by Robert j Court of Equity, arising out of Gugenheim, started today .from New report of the New _ Brunswick .Gen- York City hall on a mile en- durance run to Seattle. Russel Richardson, a clerk in Porte and Markell's jewelry establishment, Winnipeg, was being struck by a soldering iron, tral -Railway Commission will likely come to trial in September. It will involve, he states, a review of the whole case and the production NEED OF A BETTER CABLE SERVICE Ring Up T08 When you want DRAYING! Done-promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: London, June Standard, Ex- press, "Telegraph, and other papers publish leaders referring to imperial importance of press conference each! laying special stress upon the desira-! bility of character cable cornmunica- seriously injured by'-of all the' accounts in connection with! tion_ The Telegrapij says bj- a com.j the transaction. There is much work i dropped by an employee working on required to prepare the case for trial the 7th storey of the-T. Eaton de-! and it will not be heard until Sep- partmeut store. tember. Lands For Sale On Crop Payments NO CROP NO PAY These lands are owned by the Canadian Pacific Irrigation Coloniza- tion Co., for whom we are general agents at Lethbridge. The lands are situated in the Bow River Valley Reservation, and no better buy exists in the land line at the present time. We are taking Parties of Buyers Every Monday Leaving Lethbridge at 1.40 p.m. Information will be cheerfully given if you will call at our office over the Eureka Theatre, Koom 0, Brvan Block, or write Box 387. The Canadian Real Estate Co. LETHBRIDGE AT LA. parison with the state of things in European countries, a curtain o: dark j ness hangs between the mother coun- j try and Great Britain. Cable messagj es even from' Canada which -neverthe- less is at great advantage .over India, Africa and Australia, are so short arid intermittent that they are .often not merely imperfect medium of informa- tion, but a positive source of error. .If definite partnership of full moral unity between self governing domin7 ions are to be brought about this must be changed. Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Room 3, Ott Block Phone 180 Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying el AVe have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock; OLIVER'S MKTUNG mm Office and Factory Cor. KGUKD enil BGK STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith Si Phone 195 Place Your Orders for JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed I PHONE 289 General Teaming J! When you want your yard cleaned up, when you want your garden if you. want- some first-class manure for garden purposes, better' see me, or phone 201. I can sup- ply your wants. WM. TAYLCFo LYNCHNIG RECORD IN U. S. New York, June men. wo-1 men and children have been lynched in this country in the last quarter century was the assertion of j Well? Bamett at the National No-1 srro OmVn.-nce in this city today. Asking why this permitted by a j Christian .nation, Mrs. Barnott j ed John Graves as saying j tluit. tho mob stands as the most po- j toiitial bulwark between the women of j the south and a carnival i crime as wnul'.i precipitate the anni-! hilation of the negro race. All j that thi? is umruf1, Mrs. Barnott said, i "The lynchin? sho j "di.-cloj-o? tin1 hypocrisy of tin- lyn- j ciicr." i BIG CANADIAN COLONY FOR MIXiCO Moxicn City. W. C. of Vanc-Hivcr. .B. C.. at '.IIP li- :ul of j n if of who ;nv T- a col- my 1 0.000 I r.lion I.fiOO.OOO acre.-, ..'I lnn-1 j tlicy piircliasc.'! in j Mc-xic.-ui si-ant .-.I syndicate' a subvention .if ?3.- noo.OOi) for irrigation purposes, to ho j paid v.-hen the.- Inini is reclaim-.-'. 1 own-.-i-rt of thn land have nn ion T-ir :-f a sr-ccl steamship service between and thf of Zihuatnnejo. Do you buy your Lumber here? Your neighbour does, and is perfect- ly satisfied Everything in Building Material can be bought here at low- est prices THE SOUTH ALBERTA LUMBER CO. L.EITH BRIDGE, NEW DAVTON AND MAORATH Have the largest and best stock of Lumber and Building Supplies in Alberta Phone 225 City Yard, South of Ellison Mill ;