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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta News far the Week Live Wirelets Arranged for Easy Reading Fernie, June last case on Hamilton, Out., June j Vancouver, June comes the docket of the Fernie assize court Alliance of Hamilton held a meet ing j from Elaine this afternoon that thirty ivill result in ranches on the lower Chilliwack vallry was concluded tonight when a verdictSaturday night which will of guilty of indecent assault was organization in this city and prob- brought against David Walker of ably in ether cities for the purpose Michel. of putting a stop to the practice of Walker was sentenced, to two carrying knives. The meeting was years in the penitentiary with nine held at the suggestion of Sir William lashes on his entrance to the institu-' Mullock who through Italian .tion. interpreter Carrone.. neccessity of ______ some action being to check up knives among Italians. Montreal, June Longboat, the Indian runner who will be the; principal Canadian entry in the Mar- athon race at London, ran around the Mountain course this afternoon in a Glace Bay, June body of Michael Morrison who disappeared trial against five local runners run-j ning in relays. Longboat won easily, doing the distance in one hour 24 on .February 14th. was found last ev- Disclosed the fact that his near Suraas are under water, the Chil- iwack rivrr overflowing. The damage cannot vet be estimated. WINNIPEG FAIR JULY 11-17, 19O8 UNEQUALLED LIVE STOCK AND WHEAT EXHIBITS INNES' WORLD-FAMOUS and 9lst HIGHLANDERS' BANDS itit First ligft' Agricultural Motor Competition Manitoba Amateur Athletic OPEN TO C utes and 3 seconds clipping nearly was broken> bruases were found murdered for the purpose of using three minutes off the record held by; the stomach in which there was no Mmself and made last November, j to the conclusion that Longboat sails for England in the morning. murder was committed. At S o'clock i this morning another body rose to the surface and. was identified as Clii Havana, June the town of Alcrandez, province of Malanzas, Victor Nakarra, a negro lad, arrested on the ciiarge of complicity in the kidnapping of Luisa Vendez, a white j child who recently. disappeared from! her home, has confessed that the child i was the victim of a band of Brujos, j pr negro wizards. He said that he and one of the wizards named Mariu, who was also arrested, entered the, HOME FOR fflfltE DEPARTMENT abducted the girl who was TO BE AT THE PRESENT LOCATION GREAT BAND COMPETITION SPECTACyiAft WUtARY TATTOO AWft FHIEWOftKS OSE JUNE 3 A W HELL ford Murphy, of Halifax, who disap- Chicago, June action of peared February 29th, after getting the Xew York senate yesterday in pas- j his pay. Skull was broken in above! sing the anti-.betiing bills came as a' the ear. Autopsy being held. surprise to former patrons of tlie i _______________ races in Chicago. It is the general: opinion that racing will be revived j Tilsonburg, the blood of her heart to cure an old negress of consumption. Members of the rural guard are scouring the I country in pursuit of iband of Brujos. June 12. Chester some time but under different aus- j Bruckborough, blacksmith of this .pices with' men of standing at the town was yesterday charged and with short meetings of havins on May 20 set Sre to i the Queen's hotel. The hotel was io- Condon, owner oi the Harlem' destroyed and three persons, Suinmerside, P. E. I., June _ trial of Alonzeo Doherty for the mur- port recommending: The work on-, the new Fire Hall will be commenced at once. At the coun- cil meeting last night, the Works and Prouertv committee sent in a re- J Clarance Barnard, Toronto: Miss Jes- _, sane when he kill Thomas! der of Joseph D. McMillan, whom he admits he shot as he was walking with a woman, has resulted in disagree- ment. The jury Was out all night Fri- day and reported disagreement Sat- urday morning. Judge Fitzgerald sent them back telling them the evi- dence showed the prisoner was not in- OF THE FLOOD es River Course Near Cardston Car- ried Away Field of Oats Cardston, June reports concerning the floods bring no news preliminary to this arrangement, we Of anything more serious than at first would suggest that the walls be out. In fact in some cases the en down and rebuilt on a more stable damage That the building at present. own- ed and occupied by the City as a combined council chamber, fire hall, and civic offices, be remodelled and converted into a fire hall, and as a as he Pleadeii in plan and. that they be extended is not so .sreat as at 'first track, said last night: "These waves of SOT called reform swing in cycles burnedidefence and appUecl t0 lhem to. of tKe'lots and connected have had losses and I expect to see racmg again y on a verctiei in accordance with the a wall at the back, the interior wgje i6gated on the river bottom m my hie time-Ilook for better raeet-j R Evidence. They _ returned a second arranfeBients to be decided later, :land3. Mr. A. Archiabld made an inspec- were discharged. The jury stood 7 to that in the event oi this report being' tion west recently to into the 5 for acquittal. The new trial be- adopted by the council, the work of condition of the roads and bridges, gins today. reconstruction be undertaken at in nearly every case the bridges were :ct but the earthwork approaches badly cut and will require refills -----------------I T' i i v -i ii 'it i -Liicy iCLiiiiicu a sctunu arraHEemeiilS lO OS UctUUCU itiiiCil whpn ,5 Trmist Ij is claimed by the authorities! ,.A u. ings wnen racing revised. J. must f tim6 reported a disagreement and Your committee would also suggest confess the track owners have them- thal had maae nuaier- selves largely to blame. threai- Jolm Mer0' Pro" one must regret the New York action Vietor of the burned hotel, because which means immense to the of the au- ing establishments and owners of rac- thorities :had refttsed to supply im with liquor, Buckborough having be- come a menace to the town when in- toxicated. Winnipeg, Man., June 12 particulars oi the terrible dynamite j accident which occurred yesterday; Spokane, Wash., June afternoon at Chambers, McQuigg and every man and woman who drinks in- HcCafferty's camp on the Grand' toxicating liquors to pay- a license Trunk Pacific construction at 'exempt saloonmen and permit crossing oi the "Winnipeg river, has j anyone ,who desires to engage in the Jjeeri received. Foreman Simons and fiaaii weffi ohafgliig two fresk sticks when suddenly without to These m brief are tbe cB.it! pb'uits the sale .bein i cense holders. by day labor so that the walls under way, if not entirely York, June withdraw- -IJT, --u i t completed bv tne time the plans for al trom tlie service oi the freight ships n __, T. the interior arrangement are finally 01 the White Star Line and the com- plaint oi the company that the rail- roads have so discriminated against; New York that the .grain of the coun-i try is being sent abroad by -way oi Montreal, will be thoroughly gone into by the New York Produce Ex-' change next Thursday when its trade i and transportation committee wil] sub-i i' i ffiii a report On the subject is expect to recommend the appoint- ment oi a committee to confer with the railroads-- decided on. 3 JHOSc On Belly River There have been some losses by MAYOR OF TABER :5sew should be'the natural point for the grain oi the country." said President King, oi the Exchange, "and there seems to be no apparent cause they exploded, a plan annoracei ijy E.-E. Hall ing nine men and injuring several of. Spokane, a candifratS in the third others. Two of the men killed were District for the next Legislature oi Englishmen, others were Swedes. The Washington to solve the liquor, ques- ..calamity points to some new explos-i in this state, in which, the Re- ive element contained in mineralized Pubiican party is pledged to iocai docks as the men in charge are most tioD> while the democrats are bn fe- experienced. Foreman Simons had t cord as favoring Pr0Mbi- to Montreal than that the raOroads gone ior another box oi dynamite are giving a lower rate than they are at the accident and escaped with his.f been a resident York. They handling jfeastern Washington since the pioneering grain all terminals are days and is a brother former'state to admit of its handling. St: Johns: Qu'e.} JuHe P.' Senator Oliver Hall, who is mention _ The raiiroads have plenty oi cars and H. Koy, president of the Bank oi St. ed as a possible candidate for the j Johns was arrested yesterday after- lieutenant governorship on theEepubj Ring said tbat that noon on the complaint of John Knight Jican tickets j could be done, would be done by Tais secretary oi the Canadian Bankers' i outlining his plan, }ir. Hail said i association to bring back the business Association He appeared before Mr, while he is willing to stand to this city. L. Moreau, justice oi the peaee last squarely upon the Republican state evening and was released on person- piatiorhxjind vote for the passage of al bail of S2.000 and two securities a iocai option law, if elected, he will ranchers along the river. Mr. Elias Christiansen, near Caldwell, suffered rather severely as his hogs and poul- try were locatsji in buildings within j reach of the waters, i Quite a number of animals were drowned and his direct loss will reach from to to say nothing in regard to the depreciation oi all lands (Special to the Herald.) j located in the river valley. i Taber, June contest for! At the .old Cochrane Horse Eanch mayor here yesterday te fill the va- the river has" cut a new channel, over >ancy caused by the resignation of i flowing all the meadow lands and Jas. Truswell} resulted in the election i covering them with sand and of Bou.gia-s by'65 majority, the vote standing: sown to oats have been washed J. J. AValton 57 other reason ior the grain being sent Douglas 126 the soli tup4 Sver in the plowing being eoSXpletely carried away. A ?6od sized stream flows a few south oi the Bungalow, rendering j this beautiful stone residence unsafe I ior permanent dwelling purposes. The .water did not damage the interior save ior filling up the cellar., thus necessitating the overhauling oi the heating "plant. At the old ranch house under the TABLE ALBION RIDGE Albion Ridge', June recent heavy rains which fell in the country caused farmers to rejoice over the out- look for a good crop. Mr. Al. .Welsh was in Claresholin last week and brought the windmill out for 'the government well. Mr. Lindsay came out from Clares- holm last Thursday to have the wind- mill put in on the government well. Mr. of B. R .Talbot, arrived from North Dakota last week with a car of effects and has moved on his homestead. Mr. Joe Hemm is plowing for Mr. Carlson. Alvin, little grandson of Mr. A. Wal- lace, is recovering from the measles. Mrs. A. Wallace is recovering from her illness caused by coal gas escap- ing. When found she was almost over- Albion Ridge school opened last Monday with Mr. Rugby as teacher. Mr. has started drilling v.'ells with: a machine. The following trustees were elected for the new schoolhouse. Mr. D. T. Currie, Mr. A. Bosch and Mr. Whip- pie. B.R.Talbot is digging a well but as yet has not found water. There will be services at Albion Ridge Sunday evening at 7.30 p.m. at which time Mr. Parrot will preach his farewell sermon. Black Watch Chewing Tobacco The big black plug. 2269 WILD WEST'SHOW COMING BIG FARM FOR SMALL FRUITS Several Calgary parties associated with C. P. McQueen own eighty acres of irrigated land, east of the city and are going to start a farm for small fruits. They consider that the land and climate here is better suited to the raising of berries and currants than are those of Bri- tish Columbia, and that the prai- rie provinces can be supplied with fruit from Southern Alberta. They are starting work at once, getting ready for a yield in 1909- of Sl.OOO each. introduce a mea-sure which provides Messrs. L. Heriia, general manager that the man who drinks the liquor and P. Beaudoine, assistant general should pay the license. He added: manager, who were also arrested yes-! pian should be to abolish all tsrdaj C2m- before Judge Lonctct saioon ucenseSt permitiing any man this morning and were released on desiring to do so to sell liquor. bail of each, and the case ad- a man wants to drink he should Victoria.. June attention of Alexander governor oi the Yukon, who arrived here today, If be joumed until June 17. The charge compelled to take out a license to do against them is that of wilfully mak- S0i it should be a misdemeanor Ing false statements to the Govern- for any person to sell to a man who does not have such a license. Such licenses shall be issued by county and Vancouver, B. C., June As is cityj a reasonable fee being about a year for county licenses and from Si to for city. This would bring in a larger revenue than under the usually the case in any district fol- lowing the commission ol any partic-1 ularly diabolical crime, every vag-' rant specimen oi humanity cast upon preseilt iicense system, and would put the countryside within fifty miles oi tlae ,burden it belongs. Hazlemere is now an object oi sus-j -Each license thus issued should picion in connection, with the murder have attached thereto a photograph oi Mrs. Mary Morrison. From widely; of the person taking -t SQ tfeere divergent points reports are reaching' could be no using Qf the license ex. the police of tramps, who are said cept by this man> It should also C0n to closely resemble the description! provision that a conviction of of the murderer, which have been j drunkenness at any time would be scattered broadcast. While it is ten punished by a revocatioB ,oi lto. to one shot that the men suspected for a period Qf six monfa. or -a are absolutely innocent, all the stor-jyear_ appears to me to ihe ies have to be investigated and solution of liquor question police are very busy today. in districts where saloons it the Local. Dr. Restorative, the Constitutional. The f Shoop's Nitht a topical membrane suppository remedy, while Dr. ifthoop's Restoratiye it wholly an internal treat- hfeeat. The Restorative reaches throughout 'wore system, seeldas; the repair oi all Men. nil tissue, and all blood ailments. tne "Nicht as its name implies, does its work while you sleep. It soothes sore and infiam- surfaces, heals local weaknesses and while the Kestorative, eases gives renewed vigor ana. ambition, tbuJMs nr> wasted tissues, bringinf abont renewed strength, vigor, and energy- Take Dr. Shoop's or general JptlMiysUm. For positive local help, rne as weB Dr. Shoop's Night Cure J. J. JOHNSON. THE KILTIES ARE COMIN' Athletic Park, Thursday, June 25th SPECIAL FEATURES The Champion Boy Piper of the World The Clan Johnstone Troupe of National Dancers, Pipers, etc. Vocal Choir of Twenty Voices Two Giant Drum Majors each -over 7 feet tall The moat versatile Program ever furnished "by any Musical Organization PRICES: Reserved .Seats Jl.OO. Umission to Ground 50c, Children 25c Plan opens on Saturday at 10.30 a.m. at Higinbothaurs Drug Store soon now. Mr. Cahoon has a number of teams at -work getting up the lumber taken down stream. Some of it is said to have reached the "Old Moffat down St. Mary's. The twon council held an adjourned meeting on Wednesday eve for the purpose of considering the offer on .the debentures sent recently. As the telegrams in reply had not warded from Cardston, there could be no action taken. Personals Mr. S. M. Dudley was up from Spring Coulee the other day. Floods have had no effect save to delay sum- mer fallowing. Mr. M. Billingsley, of Caldwell, came in "on Wednesday also. He re- ports the old Oxley ranch between the and Belly rivers as com- pletely wrecked as to fencing and im- provements. Mr. B. lost only 100 logs through high water. Mr. H. L. Thompson from Kimball, was in yesterday and states the great- est damage is to the bridge, one span gone, as reported, and the work at the intake of the canal. All the rock work and guides put in at the head gates have been swept away, are doing well. Settlers DROWNED AT SADDLE LAKE Sadie Lake, June sad drown- ing accident occurred near Clarke- ville yesterday morning when J. R Robert McLean of that place lost his life. .SPEAKERS PROF. H. W. CAMPBELL, Lincoln, Nebraska Scientific Soil Culture and what it means to the Great West Other well known speakers will be present at each meeting and speak on kindred topics. Prof. Campbell is the famous dry arming expert of Nebraska and Col- orado, whose system of cultivating and has revolutionized the semi-arid districts of the United States. Every farmer should make a spe- cial effort to hear him. from the familiar hackneyed" routine of so-calleci "Wild West" ex- hibitions. Every person and feature is real, vital and characteristic. The: performers are not professionals but men, women, and children on a "lark" fr.om the ranch. Every name is known, on the ranches Of the south- west for skill or daring in avocations of the range. Buffaloes, "bucking" saddle horses and ccwpo-; j nies belong on the 101 Ranch, and every champion of the lariat, sharp- shooter, cowglrj, cowboy, trick rid-, er and other participant is perraan-. on the fillers' pay-roll. Therei are more than one hundred Indians, many of them fresh frmn the wig-; warns of the tribes who have their; homes on the 101 Ranch land. Chief tcUu.5 5-iiCi squaws, papooses and Indian belles; and beauties are among them. They: are all making their- ac-i quaintance with pale-lace civilization.- The 101 Ranch Show travels in fif-i ty specially constructed railroad carsi Performances will" be given afternoon: and evening, and it will introduce it-' self in the forenoon with a street pa-: rade which is unique in the annals of: out-door pageants. It stretches morei than a mile in length, without circus tinsel or vaudeville imitation. The' romance and adventure and fanciful] spirit of the West pervade it through- out. GEO. HARCOLTRT Deputy Minister of Agriculture (Edmonton, June 1st, 1908.) i JIIXARD'S LINIMENT is the only Liniment asked for at my store ancr the only one we-keep for sale. All the people use it. HARLIN FULTON Pleasant Bay, G. B'.. [DON'T BUY The Material for your shed, barn or house untill you have seen our Ship-lap Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh Lime. Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in stock. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. later, Stirling, Raymond, Magratli, Coleridge ;