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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Notice to Steam Engineers NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an examination will be held by Jo- seph Buxton, a duly appointed In- spector of Steam Boilers for the Pro- of Alberta, at. High River, Astoria Sample Room, March 5th. Claresholm, Alberta Sample Rooms, March 7th. Macleod, March 10th. Lethbridge, A. R. I. Reading] Booms, March 12th 13th. At 9 o'clock a.m. for the purpose ofj giving apprentices an opportunity of qualifying for Certi- ficates under the provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, 1SOG. DR. P. W. TULLER AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Block. Hours i" noon; to p. m to p. m. G8. Residence DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON A COMPANY FAILS Toronto, Ont., March Machinery Cmpany of Canada has gone into the hands of liquidator on a petition of a representative of the Sovereign Bank, liabilities aggregat- ing TO EXTEND IN THE WEST Toronto, Out., March su- preme council of the Canadian Order of Home Circles concluded the eon- SENSATIO AT'LACOMBE Lacombe, March town of Lacoiubd was aroused last night by what will without doubt terminate in a tragedy, in which Francis E. Wil- kens, president of the Bindman, Ek-c- trc company will lose his life. Yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock Mr. Wilkins went into the local office here. He was alone, and was alone fur some time. over Drug Stoiv j vention here last night, and decided I Some time later, E. J. Kett, the lo- Pkone 125, House 94. Office to 11 a.m.. 1.30 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. to make a special levy of fifteen j cal manager, went into the office and to! on the whole membership! was surprised to find Mr. Wilkins had Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Burden, j per capita on the whole membership for the extension of work in teen shot and was in a dangerous condition. The gun had been held to the temple, but death had not been j Canada. PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OF LABOR Ottawa, March for construction of the national trans- continental railway covering six sec- tions Ixjtween Moncton and Lake Ni- pegon were opened sioners yesterday. by the conunis- Kingtecn tenders Aplication for examination should t r be made to the above named Inspec-j tor or to JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister. Department of Public Works, Ed- monton, Alta., Feb. 5th, 1903. 17-3 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. m. to m. Telephone 41. W. 5. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ACCOUCHER Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. "Gracing leases Of Baniinion Lamis Bedpatii St. Phone 53 i 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeYeber Campbell Physicians and'Surgeons block. 'Phone 143. Claresholm Jottings fMarosholm, March great running match will take place here on Wednesday 25th inst, between Art Bum of Calgary, and Pete Tenvay of this town. The race will be 25 miles the last 5 miles of which will finish on the race track. As an additional attraction a football match js prepar- ed and the secretary of the club is trying to get OkQtoks to come down. It is expected that a small meeting will be held at Claresholm on Victor-; ia Day though nothing is definitely j instantaneous. were received, the contractors show- ing great eagerness this year to un- dertake construction work on the na- tional railway, more so than was the case last year when labor was more scarce and waovs higher. It is un- derstood that the figures quoted this spring by contractors aro a little tower than lust year. The names of the successful tender- ers will not be known for some weeks There has been no chocolate produced in country equal to Maple This is a confection every one should buy. THC COWAN CO.. Limited, TORONTO Mr. Kett at once summoned modi-j Pending the report, of the-commision cal assistance, bat it was found that medical aid was unavailing. At mid- night the wounded man was still liv- to survive until ths inorn.ipp'- There is no suspicion that the wound was not self-inflicted, but the people of Lacombe cannot understand what motive there would be in sui- THOUSANDS OF STRIKERS glE San Francisco, -Jarch LEPER CURED BY EDDY CULT Scientist Takes len'ge of Foe up Chal- engine-ers us to the figures quoted on each class of work. Christian The G. T. P. company as usual. tendered'for eavb contract in Accord- ance with tha policy of the- comptdiy to make the construction of the road Boston. Mass., March a as cheap as possible so as to reduce Jlepex cured- of his disease by the minimum account on which rent- j Christian Science was the statement al will have to be paid. For section No. I, from a point 58 miles %vest of Mr.n-non, to the crossing of the I.O.K., a distance of forty miles the made todajrjiuring a hearing before a legislative committee on the Pea- body bill designed to make illegal the occupation of healers. O.T.P. was the only tenderer. For! Frederick W.' Peabody was urging arranged yet. The races .would prob puns operated by the government ablv be confined to farmer's and local'! forces of Chile in a great conflict section Ko. 2. covering the next 87 miles westward Macdonald aud 0'- a favorable report on his bill by the subcommittee on public health. Al- tendered. For fred Farlow. head of the publication another section, covering 31 miles j department of the Christian Scien- j westxvard from Tobique River, to a j tists, fought the bill, and during the' point 21J miles west of Grand Falls, i argument Peabody said that if au- y. the tenderers were Craig j thentic information were furnished of unsuitable for agricui-tura] purposes may secured in that portion Of I D. Higinbothani's new Province of South, j of the Northern boundary of Town- 23 an-d in the Southwestern por- taon ot the Province of j Ueases shall be for a period not, exceeding 21 yea-rs. and no leasesJtiall j cover1 a greater area than 10O.OOO horses but there would probably bH with strikers with zhe nitre'beds of an open race or saddle horses with j the city of Iquique laid men Drs- McClurc Stewart j riders with a trophy at low most of whom were killed, ac- SUKGEON DENTISTS Ali. Moodic df Calgary, pres- j cord.ng to received n> Macdonald 0-Brieili M. J anv curc o{ iepr0sy by Christian ident of the new Western Racing cir- j day by the steamer Chris p and j methods he would withdraw cuit is expected here within the Bora which arrived today di- j Kinnaird Macdonald I the bill, and himself become a Chris- ten days when he will present an ot rect from Chile. fer to take Claresholm into the cir-{ Business .at Iquique which had nev-j. Qf before msturhfHl hv J The board of trade which .fortunately been dormant of la on Tuesday in the council hall the following officers- were block. a.m. to 12 a. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. CQURTICE DENTIST .Successor to Dr. Jackson Lands leased are not subject j Office in Hotel Coaldale. Rooin. 12 entry or sale, but the I of the Interior may cancel m. 3eaSfholct, or any portion thereof i the.....lessee two not. ice. The rental chargeable is two per acre per annum. A lease t OFFICE, be gran-ted an applicant un- less he OWES one head of cattle five heatl of. sheep for every GO acres j applied for. and the lessee shall i-n- j crease his stock so as to be in pos- i Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. and At the same time he reminded H.A. W. A. Cornwall: vies pres-i until soldiers and strikers met in the ident, C J. Arnundson; Messrs. J. F. Miller, J. Cummings j skirts and openly defied each other. and W. P. was appointed sided to apply minion Fair G. T. P. Mr. Johnson answered that the case For section Xu. 5, running j had told oj was one that for 100 miles from a point j uml the litigation over the although I am expecting it every moment. When it comes I will give- the telegram over to your committee." "Now, Mr. Peabody, keep your word and withdraw your Scientists. "He can'fc seriously give that evidence. You ask me to withdraw my bills on that? I say no, saidr Mr. Peabody. The hearing closed at 6 o'clock and7 soon after that hour Mr. Farlow re- ceived the telegram he liad been wail- ing- for from St. Louis. His query and the answer follow: "George W. Barrett. 2249 A Soutlv Grand Avenue. St. Louis: Do you: still claim, that you have been heal- ed of leprosy by Christian Science? Give data of healing. immedi- ately. "ALFRED FAELOW." "St. Louis, Farlow, Berkeley Building, Boston: Healing- took place on 25t-h day of Septem- ber, 1891. You are correct in your inqmry. .Will find full account in- Sentinel. "G. W. C. P. R. DISMISSES EMPLOYEES: Toronto. Ont., Can- i adian Pacific Railwav officials ar SIMMONS Banister, Etc. .SOUTHARD BLOCK i hibition and 0. J. Amundsen was Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS deputed to see the secretary of the Dominion fair. It was decided not. at tiie end of ,three years of j Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public one head of cattle or five'head ofj sheep for every 20 acres leased, aud maintain stock in this propor- Block, Tlp-Sta-irs. tion durijig the continuance of the j J HAMILTON YOUNG Sheep-grazing Is permitted on only i nurtirm tnicts above refer-! iJ to. AW "showing-the sheep I. Engineers and Surveyors grazing: districts may be secured on i to the Secretary f the j Higmbotham Block, Letkbridge Department of the Interior, Ottawa. W. W. CORY. Beputy of the Minister of Interior. armed, the assault was so sudden. This took place on January and a week later, as though, by common to affiliate at present with'the South-j agreement, the strikers went back to i ern Alberta boards of trade. j work without the expected advance C. W. James and Win. arling have j in wages. It was reported that tha returned from the old country whith- J mine owners will voluntarily Increase er they went for a holiday. They j the pay of many of their employees. state they are glad to get back and complain that they felt the cold in the old country. j Mrs. Ottie Taylor has left for the; east. i Glorious spring weather prevails, i west of Lake Nipigon. the Are J. McArthur, B. F. aiufG. E. j' make ,my jFauquier, Chambers Bros., H. but after the noon I recess asked for the name of a man cured of leorosy bv the scientists. the contracts aro awarded for i ._, _ -r, That man Dr. George Bar- ret, of St. he said, "and he sed for not living up to instructions and yesterday seventeen more were; dismissed. iy. McQuigg. land tne G. T. P. these sections there will be under) U. S. IMMIGRANTS contract miles of road from; Moncton to Winnipeg out of. a total I told me of the facts in his case per- sonallv. I. could' tell story af I The Salvation Army continues to make a careful study of the immigra- distnnci: O! miles leaving 531! [last _ -f i carect to, but felt that this comitt-ee miles still -to awarded. Reports! _ _ working hours. i would ratner have it from Barrett from the contractors now at ihimseli. indicate that excellent progress is of MAY SETTLE' STRIKE Toronto, MarchV tions are now in progress to settle- the strike of the machinists hass lasted in a number of shops sinctr lispute regarding: raacla and the I A. B. HcDouald has got'.a This year it is devot-is better than it has been for many Therefore during the ses- I Iiave telegraphed him at St. Louis and asked him to wire his own touch of the Grippe. He expects to be in High River on Monday. Alf. Wylie has resigned the editor- ing more attention than ever before j months. During the coming summer j story for youp Man., March te stated here that HOTJ. Thomas way, M. P. for Lisgar, wil shortly be apointed chairman of the railway to this department of. work and it is an army of between twenty "thousand "l nave aot -vet received 'ai1 aiiswf-'r' commission for Western Canada. undertaking 'much more than L. Wilson B. Unauthorized publication of j advertisement will not be pai-d has. and thirty thousand men will be at ship of the Claresholm Review. j previously attempted. _ j work on the various contracts, andj C. E. Bain oi the Granum Times i wcek a special train crossed j the pay roll will aggregate between j I the continent canning 500 immi- j two and three .million per month. i Ur. UCESSED AOCTIOXEER. Lethbridge, Al-ta. Residence Cor. Ford and G-lyn Sts. for dates may be made at The Herald E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of G-. H. Johnston's Store) WE A. reliable local salesman for Leth- j and country toj represent I Caiada's Greatest Nurseries T i -'i- '4.1 i Far Orercoats relined from S10.00 Listof aardy varieties, tho-i tested and recommended! cleaned and pressed 1-Zo by the Western experimental sta-j 25 tion? at Braadon and Indian Head. Tour own goods made into A permanent situation for tlie suits from .............14.00 man for whom territory will he're-! Estimates a'n alterations, served. Pay weekly: free raent specially designed for western j '_________________ agents. Write for particulars, j was here yesterday as also was P. A. j Smith of that town. There was to have been a Liberal meeting here on the 18th March at 'which Duncan Marshall, Malcolm McKenzie and A. B. McDonald were to speak but .owing to unforeseen cir-j grants from England. The entire j five hundred will be" located hvBri-i tish Columbia. Some time ago the British Colum- bia government applied to the Army APPEAL CAN BE MADE TRY WM; OLIVER .-------FOE-------- has 1 Everything required in the construction of a Building, T Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work cumstances the meeting has been class of settlers, with the re- definitely postponed. The first meet- 1 sult that a contract was entered in- ing of the Agricultural society has i to. Accoramgly officers of the Army help in bringing into the province A-, t T j __ _ ._, _ to appeal m the case oi the G. vs. Robertson. Do nor send all your money to Oalgary find Cran brook. famous penny-a-mile j fielp to boild up Lethbruige and a local by putroniziug been called for 16th March at 4 p.m. j collected at. London the five hundred Toronto "took "action to "compel" the 11 A number of settlers from Idaho! sutlers above referred to. Grand Tnink to provlde third clas51 canu in yesterday. jtram was chartered from London to -accomodation at E. B. Switzer who has been laid Liverpool. A boat was Robertson who is a resident Oliver's Plaaiuc and Lumber Mills. th ennv -0 a mils) T rate between Toronto and up with the grippe is better. j from Liverpool to Halifax and ano- which itg caiied for_ Qntar_, Work has been resumed. on theater train of fourteen cars was se- io sustained the piailltifi Th- easel addition to the Wilton hotel. the Army to carry- the pas- was appealed to the Supreme Court' -----------------------j seniors to Vancouver. and the Dominion raiivrav corn-is- i HIGH PRICE O- BUTTER ln "7 which HIGH PRICE Or BUTTER j a short time, assisting Capt. Adams, whereupon the company i met the. ship at Halifax and accom- Office, Yards and Comer Bound JBC! Boxnpus Streets CTHMC I I Montrealers Have to Pay as High as panied the people as far as iledicine O i U 'N L 06 W r LLI INb 1 UN i Director and Emfaalmerj 45 Cents a Pound ed to London, England. JFonthill Nurseries TORONTO (850 v j to Presrytenaxi Church. OjN TARIO i OfiJce Pfcone 102. Residence irs. j Montreal, March Hat. 1 i The Captain states that, he never a better class of settlers. The EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS j The Works and Property Commit- I toes of the City Council arc prepar-i ing reports to present to the Council j on Monday night that if adopted by i the council will mean extensive im- i NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS NO LIQUOR IN PARLIAMENT March the close of: the legislative session today, tive has been the price of butter infC. P. R. officials were loud in their Girard-3 motjon that no-liquor should Montreal during the past few months praises for the manner in which the T.. sold in the parliament buildings that -this highly popular article of i party was managed by tte Army, At was again brought up and hastilv food has of necessity been banished Halifax the Premier of Nova Scotia carried without further Meet in the L'abor Hall every sec-1 from the tables of.' the poor of the j inspected the train load and compli- members seeming to be glad to ond and fourth Mondays in thej city. i minted those in charge on the excel- hp month. j Butter is now 3S cents a pound, j Ir-nt. rlass of immigrants secured. j Employers requiring certificated en-'and it will soon be cents a pound, i On the journey across the contin- i gineers, and engineers out of employ-j These figures ara too steep for fa-ient thr; people fvex-e fed by the Army1 .____ -provements in the city and a large j mentr would do well to communicate j milies whose incomes are about the at the nominal cost of S3 for thefjnquiry ;nto Methods of Bookkeeping I expenditure ot money. i with us. average, and butter has been most: trip. Tiedcling u as supplied. Each of i M i be rid of the subject. FALCONER ON THE STAND The aim of the Works and Proper- ty Commit'iee is to grnrlft nil the inside of Baroness Road, "U'est- Roau. Courtland St., and Smith St. and to make permanent on the streets inside the district hournied by Round, Bom- pus. Coutts St., and Baroness Koad. The Waterworks Committee will j Twobably recommend the construction i a new water line from the i pumping station to a. nw staucipipc j to he erected in the southeast part j the city. Several water pipe and i .sewer extensions will be advised. j These extensive operations will be j undertaken on the usual viz., the supply of funds to do so. ROBERT NEVIN, Chief. GEO. BRUCE, Secretary. conspicuous by reason of its absence the fourteen cars had its cook. The from the tables of many families. (rant given by the British Columbia! in Marine Department Ottawa, Ont., .March up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE the! 13-iyrj Grocers throughout the city state governmftirt Js usatl to heiD those Public accounts' committee today, that sales have fallen off.remarkablyjtho.se who are not able to pay their Mr- Foster opened the inquiry this wintor. However, in of; incidental expenses until the returns into the accounts of Kenneth Falcon- i selling butter they have Ijeen selling i from their labors came in. er> accountant, Montreal, who made harge qiianrities of molasses, The majority of the party an- men an expert examination into the meth- j land jam, evidently being utilix-i an- gardr-ner.s or horticulturists. ods of bookkeeping employed in to replace the butter. Every one of largo number of do- marine department with a view Baalcrss have made strenuous efforts i mestics was placed in homes person- introducing an improvement. officer in chargo! Falconer's accounts for this the old land. amounted to of which FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal and P.ritish markets, but the prices VETERAN OF '37 DEAD Ont., March "Eugene Smith, who "served in the rebelion of 1837 died here today at the of 104 years. His sight and hearing, mental and physical health wore, good before hia death. EXPLOSION IN SAW MILL Sarnia, Ont., March j Harkins, 15 years of age, was killed and Joseph and Charles Kemsley, painfully, but not seriously injured by an explosion of a boiler in a saw mil! of Johnston and Son, Sarnia township yesterday. ______ _____ Capt. Roe i.s on his way to Alaska had been Paid to date- ActinS ac' they have had to charge have not a'p- j where he will work among the In- countant oi marine department w-.c pealcnl to the public, and the invest- 'dians. He -states that the Army the first witness called. He said he mcnt was .so far from profitable that I will bring over two more large'par- certified to Falconer's accounts on the wore discontinued. ties this year. In all this work the mstructiona of deputy _ mmtsfcer .-I Canadian butter that was shipped higher object is never lost sight of. but on instruction of H-n ts Grpr.t nritaiii fail has been because it v.ras j On the ship 49 conversions were brought back here, cheaper than what is now being made in this country. BAD MEN IN VICTORIA {Attempt ?dade to Hold Up a Known Citizen Well COALDALE NEWS Mrs. W. H. Pawson has returned to Coaldale. from a fe'v? months' "visit with relatives and friends in Illinois. Mr. G. of Rottineaui Mi. Brodeur he had held back b-.cause of the Matter's absence in >Jenglaud and also in case J ould arise in regard fo charges I r bring expenses of Falconer's ri's tLiPged in the work. Kcneth Falconer followed, ffo snid was secretary and managing so- !N. D. has arrived in Coaldale. He i "citor 01 uunn, xucnaras unu oo., DRURY GOES TO JAPAN Ottawa, Ont., March L. of Victoria, B. C., has been appointed to proceed to Japan as rep- resentative of the Canadian govern- ment, to supervise the. agreement inside by Hon. R. Lo.mieux with tlic Japanese! government regarding -the emigration of Japanese to Canada. Mr. Drury will be attached to the Bri- tish embasy, and will diacharge his duties under Sir Claude Macdona'.d. attempt at hold up was made on Blan- Tickling or'dry coughs will quickly loosen when using Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. And it is so thoroughly harm- less, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers to use nothing else, even for very young j at an early hour this morning. Mr. Victoria, B. C., March daring is a member of the American Farming i Montreal, acountanta. He gave dab- company, and will remain here for j description of the work done in chard street opposite St. Andrew's ca-some time in the interests of thatj'tne marine department. H e- said the babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems'of a lung healing mountainous shrub gives the curative properties to Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. thedraland near the Dominion hotel j company. Mr. D. Me Arthur, thejfirm was up of Messrs. Dunn 'manager of the company will return J an6 Richards' of New bro-j Weekly Free Press and Family Herald and.Weekiy Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald -sonny THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH AflEETS LL CLASSES THE SPECIAL, OF READERS. sitivc. bronchial membrane. No opium or chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or supre'ss. Demand Dr. Shoop's. Take no other. At All Sword, an employee of D. Spencer and Co., was returning home to tin: hotel when he was confronted by a man with a. revolver. Sword grappled with It calms the cough and heals the sen-lthe man but was thrown and his assailant immediately made off. Mr. Sword's description as far as it goes tallies with that, given of the murder- er of Charles Freedman on Monday night' last. as soon'as the health of his wife per-1 ther, A. Falconer, and H. C. Williams mits. He is also from Bottincau. of Montreal, as well as witness him- Mr. George Hoighes is quite sick. self. They were incorporated by Doctor McNally was out Wednesday and reports him some better. the Quebec legislature but not until after the contract made with the ma- Mr, and Mrs.Limblad are entertain- nne department. He said he had ing some of their friends and nuigh-; never been a chartered accountant, bora Wednesday night at their home.! He said the contract was obtained All look forward to a evtn-ifroni the., marine department in the ing. 1 ordinary way. The Western Canadian reading public is made' up chiefly of these Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and ant out-and-out Westerners, and recent ai-rlrals from the Old Country, from the Uni-tAd and Easterns OdawM1.-. Perhaps no one newspaper tould with complete ssi't.'isfaetion to all tkcee classws but by this offer every special need is met. The Weekly Press and Farmer {fives a complete by of all happening.? in tfce Western Provrnops. In addition it has speciai (Apartments for American and British settlers. The Fam- ily Herald and Weekly star suppllesthe former resident of Eastern da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion in detailM form and the Lothhnklge Herald provides the-local Western which cannot do without. LETHBIUDGE HERALD: Find enclosed 12.50, for which send wW.kly Press and Farmer, Winnipopr; Family Heraid and Jfontncal; niKl bridge Herald, for one year each. ;