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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Monday, March Business Property In North Ward, 98x278 feet, with frontage on Westminster Road and James Street, including small house Five Lots Five Lots facing east on Louise 25 feet by 142 feet, 5 inches per lot 25 Lots on Charles Street Each Fully Modern House Fully modern Steam Heated House on Glyn Street. One of the "Lethbridge Beautiful" homes. i Two Acres in North Ward each Moderate Terms on All of The Above J. L EAKIN Phone 1183 After 7 p. m. LLASQUITH Phone 1210 MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St. NEGRO SHOT WHITE WOMAN DEMANDS REFUSED AT BETHLEHEM Bethlehem, Pa., !March Charles 'M. Schwab of the Bethlehem Steel Company, has refused all the de- mands of the striking steel workers. Instead of sending a reply to the ex- ecutive committee of the strikers, he hau his decision published in a special edition of a local paper. WHO ARE C. T. Former United States Senator Thos. C. Platt died Saturday. Says Shakespeare Benaro gives positive proof of telepathy, the power of mind matter. Now at THE MAJESTIC THEATRE. MENTOLOGY and MENTIOPATHY Are heads above all other methods. When in trouble or doubt see Benaro, unlimited man, Missionary in Hindu Philosophy and Occult Science. There is no limit to the mind of man. The is the Mirror of the Mind. Healer Physic Seer and Teacher Benaro, M. Ph. V. D. M. Pondit of India Mystic and Universal Brotherhood. Different from all other methods. Shows astral, psychic and r.icntal aspects of man. Shows characteristics and temperaments clearly. Whom yon may marry and choice of profession. No mat- ter what your troubles or ailments. may be or what you may have mine before, our method succeeds when others fail. Free diagnose without a single question. Proof instantly of the wonderful power by the student of nature over all avoidable ills and evils of We Can and Will Help You Have you ever met a real Master Mind in warm flesh and blood and longed and yearned for tho unfoWment and attainment of the Higher power of Mentology. Tt is a benefit to nurses and those employed in thp healing art and of exceptional benefit to parents who wish to direct their children in the right, vocation in life. Honaro is ably assisted by Prof. Emmet, of Sydney, Teacher in the road to Spiritual. Mental, Physical and Financial Success. Twenty Million American People now patronize this System, a knifeless, drugless healing. Cnn be interviewed any day this week. Prices reasonable. ROOM 1, NEW MAJESTIC THEATRE Corner Crabb and Bompas Lethbridge, AUa. [Tragedy on the Streets oi Captured Winnipeg, March 7.30 'last night Gus Smith, a negro, about 22 years of age, who had been working in Winnipeg as a barber, attempted to murder Verna Miller, 22 years old, a white woman, -formerly of Toronto. Smith came up behind her on the I street and drawing a revolver, Cred. ;Tne woman fell. Then Smith at close A LOCAL BUDGET The partnership -hitherto known as the Woodball-Davidson Company Diin- ited, metal workers, has been dissolv- ed, the Lethbridge branch oi the bus- iness being purchased by T. R. David- son and the Calgary branch by the Woodhali Metal Company, Limited. On Saturday the A. I. black- smith shop at No. 3 was on fire. .Some one phoned an. alarm to the city fire hall and the brigade respond- ed with the chemical from No. 2 and CROW'S NEST LINE TO THE COAST (Continued From Front Page) Northern has more lines of railway running into southern British Colum- bia than into other part of the Canadian west. The big coal deposits of the Crow's Nest Pass country, as well as the fruit valleys of Che Okanagan are tapped the hose wagon from No. 1. A.quick by these run was made but no assistance was needed for the company's brigade had it under control. Saturday's slide at Rogers Pass range fired again, the second bullet' has meant considerable delay in pas- entering behind the right ear and lodg- ing in the skull. Smith fled. People 'who witnessed the tragedy gave the alarm. About an hour later Smith was captured in hiding. Developments showed that Smith had followed up the woman in an infatuation for her for some time. I Smith's family live in Toronto and i although colored are well thought of. i The reason for the crime is attributed i to the girl's refusal to live with him. The Miller woman is in the hospital and reports are favorable for her re- covery. IMMIGRATION OFFICIALS WITHDRAWN FROM WINDSOR Due to Many Complaints Made as to Their Conduct senger traffic and in the 'delivery oi mails, from the West but the traffic iias been switched to the Crow's Nest Line and is being handled'that, way until the slide can be cleaned up. The. twenty-second annual meeting the Alberta Gun Club will be held Wednesday evening, March 9th, at eight o'clock, in the Staffotd-Agncw Co.'s Store. Officers will be elected ami plans for the year discussed. Come and brine; a Gun friend. There is no .Justice of the Peace at Grassy Lake so James Burnett charg ed with Ix-ing drunk, had to be tried at Lethbriiige. Inspector West on Saturday imposed a oi five dol- lars and costs. Alexander (Jivy was committed for trial by F. .1. Lay Ion, Taber, on Sat urday, 5th inst on the charge of ob- taining goods means of worthless cheques. Tie is now in the guard room here. Windsor, Ont., March a sud- i den order from inspector Frick issued j 'at. mirimght Saturday night all U. S.j j immigrant inspectors stationed at this! port have been withdrawn to the; American side of the river. The der came as a. complete surprise even i to the officers themselves, who were! quite unaware that any such move was contemplated. For some time past there has been a growing feeling ofj [irritation on the part of Canadian trav-i elling public at the manner in which: they were being "held up" on this j side of the line and quizzed by the; i American immigration officials. Many i of those complaints found their way; 'to Ottawa and it is believed that the order for withdrawal was made at the suggestion of the Canadian govern- ment. SUNLIGHT SOAP The finest fabric Is not too delicate to be safely washed with Sunlight Soap. When other soaps have injured your linens and faded the coloured things, re- member the word Sun- light, Now the Great Northern is hard at work connecting up these spurs with a through line to Vancouver, and a. big force of men has this work in hand in the neighborhood of Princeton, building a line through the Hope mountains to form this connecting link. Simultaneously -with this activity on the nart of the Great Northern companies the announcement that the C. P. R. surveying party in charge of a well known engineer has just Teach-1 Vancouver, having completed the lo- cation survey over the Hope moun- i tains for the company. It is stated that the C. P. R. has i been more successful than its Ameri- can rival in securing a low gradient across the summit, a maximum grad- ient of U.2 per cent, going west hav- ing been secured. Going east from Coquehalla summit a maximum grad- ient of 1 per cent, has been secured a1: the way from Hope on the Fraser river to Princeton, at ihe foot of the Okanagan lakes, a distance of 130] miles. At Mope the' Fraser river will be bridged and the line connected up with the main line of the company jinto Vancouver, while at Princeton it will be carried a summit and i proceed via the west fork of the Ket- j tie river to reach Uie Crow's Nest Pass line now in operation to Mid- way. Two years from now It is said will see the completion of the line. WORCESTERSHIRE [The Sauce that makes the whole world hungry. SAUCE MOVING (PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. Week of March 7th, 1910 FAIRBURN FAIRBURN' Comedy Sketch Artists. Will make you laugli all week. ROWLEY The famous Austrnlisni comedian. Imitations of Harry Lander. Another scream. Note the class of pictures that arc .shown at the Eureka Big Drawing' for Diamond Ring takes place Friday Mar. llth. Get busy. Just four more nights. A chance with every ticket. always the 25c and FOK THE C. T. EVENT SETTLERS RECORD Spring 'is here. The settlers are coming from the south, east and west to settle in Sunny Southern Alberta. The following have arrived each with a carload of settlers" effects: J. H. Lanigan from Rossl.ind R. C.. for Coutts: illerman Johnson from Stirling. 111., for Spring Coulee; John Bros from Le Mars, la., for Magr.ith; ftoylo from Kingston, for Leth- bridge: Frank Brown from Stirling.! for Halcv. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- ing underclothing it is Cleanses and purifies. unequalled. L. J. McLeay Announce their Spring Millinery Opening on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9TH Ottawa experienced a thunderstorm last night, short and sharp, with very honvy rain.' I L. J. McLEAY, i REDPATH STREET J ;