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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEJTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page3 Table Salt eMttrtmioiiably expect to make B Uie uolt you If fnantic Story Which May to Sensational Find of Gold ng ne ay Itt or ire the om ish lire al ms led an pn mu nal Ir dmontbn March Deep in the of the Montreal River New many miles off the ten Donald until ntly attached to the engineering artment of the Grank Pa Railway at the front in the ntalii west of here is rchlng for a gold ore deposit he ted ntne years ago while ing in the Oowganda He supplies stay at five ack this simple announcement story that has all the elements romance of the1 wilderness In the neer when1 men risked their At atae time it furnished an inter ns subject foe alienists and stud of Us authenticity ouohed fdr1 By a busi man of The story owsj Grant and a ors were camped on banks of Montreal river ptte evening in the mer of 1904 they heard singing down the Later an Indian carrying a swung md the Vend Jn the The ipectoTs hailed the voyageur and lulled to The man gave his Donald i the gold ore1 these veterans1 of the lone had lonths of privation and hardships he wildernesV1Grant ren id leaser temporarily His words to us jvere we all down to Sheag He also us he of re people were well conneot We him into oamp that rant and ft member of the pros ing party made a trip ciyillza wtthVthem tha his bilt though they him clpsely and frequent was He d give to Themen returned to r aiidiXorgot the met Eraser J In the Royal o hoeWnsJlrobnton afewdays had just returned r a for the Grand A t Pacific company in ern He did recognize hut after hearing llB of the occasion of their remembrance suddenly dawn the two talkef the by meeting on the will able place from which he he hf Grant be Ontaroi railway company and easiSh Before leavingfor friends ip To toaTrangef guldeand pack t i Hfr f s infopmSd me ihat original party stillin Govyfeanda 4er look Information ice to locSte never or the1 Snaking piepara ttsttTfaliioWer strip info OAELETOK OOOTTY STATE PRISONER IB Within these griCin VuYla Miller whiles his like Mlcawbe waiting for something to turn The arrowindicatesthe Vocation of Millers sleeping Habeas Corptis proceedings have been Instituted to Secure his WASHINGTON STATE SENDING ITS INAUGURATION DAY BY MESSENGER March Canfteld IB apross the con tinent bearing aponlignment Wash ington holly to Woodrow the gift of the Spokane Womens1 De mocratic The js to be lined to decorate qne room of the White Houseon inaugural In addition to num erous messages to be carried to Oanfleld is entrusted with following mes sage To our first the Woodrow greeting THe Womans Democratic league of Spo kane believes that we have in leader We can well honor and We extend to you the hearty support loving good of the women of May your and its genial radiance shine like the lustre on the leaves Washington per the kindly expression for which you are noted even on the far PacificcoasC We sendingtoday by our fallowstownsman and Demo George a hox of Wash ington holly to be used In the decora tion of one room the executive mansion inaugural TWO SPOKANE BOYS WHO FELL HEIR TO TUNE Ifarch small moving picture theatre la kane employs two as i both of whom have fallen suc cessive to fortunes able Melvin Earl 19 years has received Worcl that jhis lawyers havebeen successful in their between a quarter half million young expected to succeedto the Junosto defray hisexpenses to England4 been The day after Of P r Vi was calledtoVAl her corslets of 460 acres ofjfarm land and between in cashV LVABOR March sihle lahor troubles throughout tire coming members of thfe changes froih1 Jo S9flst Are jtt t the it that fr to skilled t UNITED STATES JUDGE IS CALL ED ON TO RENDER AN IM PORTANT JUDGMENT March a high caste Hindu a man in the gen erally accepted sense of the and is he to citizenship in the United is the Question Judge Frank Hi Rudkin of the federal court been called upto to decide Inthe case of Akhay Kumer Yogi who has applied for nat uralization The case has been pending for some time and the Hindu was called into court to be ex amined regarding his near and remote His caste was taken into as the higher the caste a Hindu the purer blood and the more direct his genealogical des Realizing that the decision In this case will he one of the most mo mentous a western judge has been called upon to and will rank with the noted of a federal judge that Finns are not Mongolians and are entitled to Judge Rudkin declared that he would have to take the case under He will render a decision in the early1 part of April upon his return froin 40 FATHOMS DEEP SAILORS REPORT HAVING STAKr ED GOLD MINE OFF CAPE COOK Maroh ering gold mines at sea is a rare oc but Captain master ot the fishing schooner which came port last night Irora lihe west coast fishing says that he and his crew have staked a claim in lorty fathoms of water between Kyuqueta and Cape Cook just oH Fox The discovery was made in a somewhat strange manner and in order that people inighl not doubt theirs those onboard the Jes sie brought back with them as pfooE a barrel of Captain Heater says that the Jisli ermeu were out in their dories one day and when they returned to the schooner reported to have a great He was told tLj nets were large of star fish which i in west coastwa grow to an enormous The star were placed on deck fishermen started to off peoples and One of the fisher1 noticed the stones the him when the star fish werehauli ed anda hasty exajminatfon made to discover felt satisfied thai the clara was a good one Heater am1 Ins men decided to stake had no sticks sufficiently long enough to drivedown forty so va was staked with ATTACKED STRIKE March party of npUr union who taken the places of jilrtkingi ton was attacked several hundred the i men arrived at Twelve persons the time the pollpg their rescued Edmonton Tory Leader Said to Be at Outs With Bob Rogers The Eldmontoh says mailed and carrying his bow arrow and with his trusty axe suspended fiom his has left for And thereby hangs a For the exalted the high the chief ranger of the local Tory party IB no and in his placewe have the one of the rank and without a single stripe behind the 1 Griesbach a and it IB against no less a person than the Robeit keeper of the purse and western dictator of the Tory Robert is He has an irrepres sible habit of bare the heart of and making them stand out in their hideous The other so it is he con fided to a few friends at Ottawa his opinion of Alberta Conservatives in and Edmonton Conservatives and Griesbach in the impetuous Rob ert is very welladapted for the gentlemanly role of militia of for attending dejeuners at which ft is necessary that the protect ive interests should be but as a politician bah shrugs his shoulrerg and sniffs dis Stripped of Patronage One result of the Honorable Rob erts Antipathy to Griesbach la that the latter hag now tieen stripped of decorations and of his job as dis tributor for Now the local party heelers in search of small jobs with big instead of bearding Griesbach in his den and making him come through have to buy n twocent stamp and write to of Wetaekl the Conservative can didateat the last elecjtion in the Strathcona Griesbach is not the only dfs Tory in the local The real facts disclose as pretty a story as eyer a dime novel There been wheels within Nearly everybody knows William son Taylorj for gentle who fried to put the Sturgeon riding In his pocket last Be ample supply of the dough Tayjlor poflses tand has generously drawn by he Has no redeeming feature 10 their Might be a Senior Sometimes Williamson Tayloi would squeal when they tried to squeeze him too The local Tory machine was lately in a way The treasury was a solitary bean In the can can be depended upon Wagdeputed to go The became checive bqok to the jle had ptherJtoniiets throwing it1 fa extravagancer rl2k to Williamson HTaylor a or two tfn AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS We are retiring from the farm and will sell at public auction all our and chattels as listed located at Wilson Siding on Section Township Range West of Fourth MAH 12th Commencingat 10 Oclock Sharp Live Stock 1 BAY TEAM 8 years old 1 GREY TEAM 11 years 1 BLACK AND BUCKSKIN TEAM years 4 COWS NOW 2 TWO YEARS OLD 2 HEIFER 6 weeks 1 BULL Z months 5 BROOD SOWS WITH 9 16 Implements 1 UNDERMOUNTED AVERY 1 10BOftOM COCKSHUTT 1 GAS 1 3046 AULTMANTAYLOR RUN i Twenty 1 5PAS8ENGER RAMBLER 1 22D ISC VAN BRUNT 2 22FOOT DISC COCKSHUTT 1 8FOOT DEERING 3 8FOOT RIGHT HAND McCORMICK BINDERS WITH HANSMANS BINDER FIVE WAGONS TWO DOUBLE I 1 COAL1BOX TWO WATER 1 COOK SHANTY ON 1 BUNK HOUSE ON WHEELS 1 GRANARY 12 x 1 MACHINE 24 x 1 CHICKEN 10 x 1 26FOOT 1 12FOOT STEEL 2 6FOOT DISC 4 8FOOT OUT THROW DISC 4 8FOOT IN THROW DISC 1 COMPLETE SET 1 14FOOT SURFACE 1 DEERING 1 12FOOT HAY TGRAIN 1 16INCH STONE BURR FEED 25 TONS STEAM 1 DRILL HITCH and 1 DISC HITCH for ENGINE Poultry ABOUT 100 PLYMOUTH ROCK GOBBLER and TWO TURKEY f 4 WHITE ABOUT 100 BUSHEL OATS AND 1 TON OP 400 POUNDS BINDING HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN IN CLUDING 1MOOflE STEEL sums and under cash over amount balance bankable notes teark ing interest at due November except on separator and on which we will give Ipnger 10 per annum off credit for Satisfactory meat to be made for all goods purchased before removing from Free Lunch Served at Noon HAMMER Phone Phone Lethbridgei selections had and that Williamson Taylors name rfeaded the list and led all the Devoured the Information Williamson with bulging devoured the information greed He fell into the as the Colonel had What is he produced his cheque book and wrote his cheque for a Rockafel lerlan The next day he pack ed his grip and hiked for He presented himself to the Rotfert and told him that he had come to takethat Senators What the Honorable Robert told him is not a matter of we may only guess its purport but it is related that even to this day Williamson Taylor suffers from injuries to a certain partof his Allthese untoward happenings have created a rift In the Conservative lute that is Widening every The Tor ies have loved to talk the last year or two about the reported dis sensions in the Liberal but those dissensions pale into Insignifi cance and fade away In the light of the discord that threatens to dissever the great1 Tory j A Captivating Picture AH bereft of the pat ronage and all will doubt less come back Umping as William son Taylor did before It all makes a very Such a horde of diabolical conspira tors surely itever beforesaw thelight GrleBbach thirsting for the blood of theHonorable Colonel Garstairs In therole of a had highwayman Williamson1 Taylor hla former political If The end of the pretty littye quarrel is not it much lopger Colonel Carstairs let thecit out bag aifd tell the five JulndrediainiBleons capief thev Cross i i BIG PROMISE March inaugurated presi dent of the United formally turned over at 1330 oclock the office of governorof NeWj Jersey to Senator president the state of fthle served by conscience1 ajwKnot by was theassurance which oi spwch offare l In spend about iL i P NU CELEBRAIE HAZLEMERE bELIGHT ED WITH SHOWING MADE AT CLARESHOLM FAIR March far mers are now busy making prepara tions for celebrating tho prize win ners at the held last week is the right kind work it IB and goes towards advertising a district or town than the pamphlets that ard printed and ofteii allowed lie Practical practical whostudythesoiC climate and seed their results to the wlgV been noble work of the farmers of the Macleod McKenzie spentSaturday and Sunday in lookingup many details that are required tp com plete the Macleod before the The telephone exten sion the Toads and trails that require some were alsolooked intor The Wojjks department hWe programme fat Southern for this isbedhg intro duced hithe will take several to compfetef thelarge amount oflegislation now jttie order A few days Vo4jt will1 give all the mepfrbefs fthe quired rest from their s V At the hockey Fijiday nightrthe boys were the victors by a scote The but were not at onthe en It is expected that a return game will be played to clde the best out of Word has been receivedthat who have reached Calgary are now preparing to construct line to Macleod from so that they are now ina position to deliver their own materials forjtho whole line work will be as of WAR CRAZE IS LAYING MENDOUS BURDEN UPON TiHE PEOPLED i j March is credited in proposed increased peace footulg the Vith the ten was a of also be sofor1 everyone time is1 scarcely less critii i The first of Germanys ed according to a senas x official covered by unprecedented on the empire are to calt Jed unon to contribute proportion to their im according v oial areHobe rifiqe freedom t from but possessing less 500 or tolttfl cision of the deals the subject are j emptecl from regarded as Baking the increase HasmU service Other1 regular by the increased the taxation GERMANYS DREADNOU Germa navy was today presence of Kmperor will thefirst to cafr of dimensions but Jil ;