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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. May 16.1911.. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3. The Best Farm Proposition on the market Half section eight miles from Diamond City-135 acres broken-- A 1 per acre cash-for this week only F. C. Lowes Co. J. R. Anderson, Manager He Closed His Comrade's Eyes, And Then Lay Beside Him to Die How Inspector Fitzgerald and His Party Met Their Deaths Attempted a Dash "The manner in which the two di- visions of. the Fitzgerald party suc- cumbed never will be knowrf In all its details, hut all the robes and other equipment which the men carried on the last stretch were left with Tay- lor and Kinney. Fitzgerald and Car- ter when found, toboggan, no robes, and only two little red blank- ets and their snowshoes and a few trifles. "Evidently they had attempted the dash through to McPherson HgTit, and It appears they thought themselves BARGAINS Lots in Blocks 21, 24 and 25 Duff Addition, each, on easy terms R. V. GIBBONS CO. 1191 Ott Block We are offering a 1280 acre improved farm, 21-2 miles from growing town. 250 acres in crop, 1-2 crop included; 4 miles new fence; water fct 16 feet; one mile to coal mine; good soil. This is an Al propo- Price and terms are wght. THE O. T. 0. W. KERR CO. .....RESIDENT MANAGER Toronto, May Dawson City correspondent of The Mail and Empire In a letter telling of the trip of Cor- poral Dempster and his three com ions', who found the bodies of the ill- fated Mounted Police party led by In- spector Fitzgerald, and comprising Constables Kinney. Carter and Taylor, i 11, who were lost some months ago. de- clares that the common opinion in Daw son j? that the Fitzgerald party were lost because of not having an acquaintance with the co.untry and not taking a native guide; and that they perished on the return trip for want of proper equipment for hunting small game. "It now says the writer, "that the Fitzgerald party not only were shy of supplies on starting, but had hoped to make speed by handkerchief over his face. vvx-.. CONCILIATION BOARD HASN'T DISBANDED Hon.- Mackenzie King's Rfeply to a Question .Rut by John Her- ron Ottawa, -May hours of the THEATRICAL "THE CLIMAX" The theatre-goers of this city will be pleased to learn that Mr. Turner, of the Majestic Theatre, has arranged a contract whereby the United Play Co.'s (beautiful production of "The Climax" wllj appear at the -Majestic Theatre on Wednesday next AS this attraction will only play a limited num- ber of cities in the West, the appear- ance of "The Climax" on the above date will mean- the theatrical event of the season, and it is hoped C Ci.tile uOwoc Was ii ter displaying such strength, they both up with the discussion of a motion by W. D; Stdples of Macdouald re- appointment ot census enumerators in Manitoba, which, Mr. Staples were made on the re- will turn nut .that so close together is a mystery. Why FiUgeraJd also succumbed soigardiiiEr close after being able to drag Carter to mystery. His Last Duty "Some-have suggested a post mor- lem'examination of the stomachs- and contents. Fitzgerald had closed Car- H. E. Perry, the Lib- "ISLE OF SPICE" B. C. Whitney's delightful musical comedy, "The Isle which eral organizer for: that province. He comes to the Majestic Theatre for alleged that Mr. Pern- was con -inlghts and a matinee. on Friday and nected with the Prince Albert election I Sacurday- 26 and 2T- is'a dream of FOR SALE Can supply in carload lots LU LUttl lUiU UL Bank of Commerce Building ter's eyse, crossed hie hands, and put scandals he was not-a proper person j j scintillating color that has never-been MR. HOMESEEKEK We "have a house with furnace and sewer connections for ?1750, payable cash, per month until paid for. INSURANCE LOANS SHERLOCK light, and even took no shotgun. With such a gun they might have killed suf- ficient ptarmigan daily. The party consumed fifteen dogs. Some of the dogs, of course, went to the other dogs. Perhaps Poisoned "At the camp thirty-five miles from MacPherson on the return were found two dog harnesses. Were the men well enough at that point they should have been able to make the finish with the meat of two dogs. But they may have' been reduced and footsore, and probably poisoned from eating dog's liver. Something in their diary, found far back, said the men had become nauseated, and it was supposed to have been dog's liver which was the cause. Desperate Fight "Although the temperature was low and the trail unbroken, the cold and snow probably bothered the men little compared to the want of food. The i desperate fight to the finish shows the men held out against odds that make them heroes to every northerner. "The Dempster party carried three guns, one of which was a shot iiad. all the birds they body was a few feet from where they had built a fire. The men had climbed a little hill for the last camp. "Fitzgerald's VH1 is understood to have been written with charcoal or an ember .from the fire. Story of the Rifle "Fitzgerald was lying facing Carter and with ..eyes wide open, evidently watching the form of his dead com- rade to the last. Kinney and Taylor were with no was missing and in his hand was the rifle, the sole weapon of the party of fo.ur. Possibly in his weakened con- dition, dragged down by worry and whom t'o receive recommenda-isurpassed In the history of elaborate tions. R. 3L'.Borden maintained thatistag.e The piece-ItseJt whi ferry was an accessory to the scan-jh has interesting story, is; full ofj dais. music that Is calculated to tickle the Hon. 'said that there, iears, and the comedians are given am- ple opportunity to disport themselves has been nothing proved to show that, j. ;to the unbounded delight the audi- Perry was in-.aHy way connected _____, ._ L. tne Prince Albert and it has toeen denied emphatically by those: wno know. The fact that he had -beenj chosen, organizer-by the Manitoba Lib-! erals was a point in his favor. Mr. lying under their sleeping robes said-there had been no oom-i1 ao tent about them, laylors head :i> plaint made against any'of the ensim-j erators and: it was unreasonable to ex- pect the government, to make public jence. 'There are no less than twenty songs of the most catchy that win be -whistled and hummed on, the streets long after the engagement nere. As an example of modern stage management it Is full of all kinds of pleasant surprises. This is particular- ly noticeable in the work of the chpnis which is the prettiest :and the nameof those who recommended New Barnes Cos! Mine Lump, MBXS Screenings, the ton or Phone 1475 CXUX Acting on orders given? by Chief of Police Mackie, all the bouses of" 111- famine, or poisoned food having driven j appointments to puhlic office. i young ladies, entertaining the amuse- him almost if not quite delirious, he had a'wa'kened and found Kinney be- side him dead, and had deemed' it braver to. end all than to lie there dragging iout bis end, dying by inches 'with every moment added agony. An Accident "Or it may all have been i raent-loving public today. Tie corn- John Herron asked.; if it were true edlans are headed clever artists, that the conciliation-board appointed iwho suoceed in keeping the audience in miners' strike j conVulsed in laughter .whenever on. the In the CrowVNest Pass had disbanded on' the' ground 'that- nothing could be] done a't present. i the Nose Creek will close their'doors on June music more the genuine an acci-j 'Hon...Mackenzie King said that Qf comedy, will be "found "The .dentl The harness of two dogs and j board had adjourned only temporarily QOO -'Peggy "The as it was thought, by the chairman j ,yroomstick "Uncle Sam's that a delay'would" help'the of tion. The members' of the board :Me Can ;un, and a toboggan were near the bodies of i Taylor and WEED INSPECTOR MAGRATfl GETS VISITS 1AGRATH LOTS OF RAIN (Specisl to The Herald.) -Mag-ram, Hay hearts of the farmers and business men of this town 3 Lots in Block 26, Westminster Road. easy terms 3 Lots William Street each, terms. 1 200 cash, a good buy 1 Corner Lot, House and Stable, Grabb Street. good terms Splendid property (Special to the Herald.) M-ay Palace Meat j i market, which has been conducted for and district have been made happy by the splendid rain that has fallen e past years by N- B'lafaJ1> ing the past few days. Isold last-week by the owner, B. Wot- Nearly three inches of moisture has I kin.-to Wood -Brothers. The latter al- fallen, and there'is every indication j ready own the Pioneer, meat market, that more will descend 'before it again d y PIircQasin? Palace they clears up. Although the crops were not tbe entire trade of the ing by any the storm has done aQd district, an inestimable amount of good, as it LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE and LIVE STOCK INSURANCE Wilkie Kerr Phone 623. SMh St. oPp Bank of Montreal. now assures the full maturity of the fal] grain. It means thousands of dol- C. C. Tewra, chief weed inspector of the province, and L. W. Fowler, assist- ant chief inspector, have been official sidered that they should confer Tell You and others; all gether...before, taking, any more evi- dence. Mr. Fielding said that tshe govern- ment had no knowledge of the cor- rectness of. the statement made by Col. Sam Hughes in a letter to an Ottawa which he said: "I am rendered in a very capable and pleas- ing manner. MYSTICISM AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE The psychic forces' as evolved -by leaving for England tomorrow-as ralli- Professor Mental were so strong in tarv.. advisor-to the imperial confer- ence. Just before the bouse rose a vote of for the Dominion Fair at Re- gina was passed. lars to both the farmers and in the district for the past few As a result of the rain everything will brighten up. It will enliven busi- ness, revive the moitey market, and boom real estate. In Magrath many new buildings will be erected, where-. days. They are here to commence a drastic programme mapped out by the Department of Agriculture for the er- adication of noxious weeds. Mr. Lewis says that in many dis- tricts the weeds predominate over all as If the rain had not come at such plant lifCf if opportune time they, perhaps, 'done iramediatelv much- of the not have been built. MRS. GKVIN FOUND GUILTY OF ARSON Red Deer, Mar G-irvin, the w.oman accused of arson in connec- tion with the burning of the Lacombe Produce company's building at La- combe was found guilty on Saturday and sentenced to a term two FAST TRAIN WAS DERAILED AT MIDNIGHT Flttsburg, May pas's- I enger train No. 25, New York to Chi- years in the provincial penitentiary at Edmonton. A- A. McGillivray, who defended G-irvin, will appeal from the de- cision to the full court en bane. John Russell, accused of the at- land will soon be reduced to a state of ruination so far as productive- ness is concerned. As a result of the visit of fche in- spector and his assistant, several bad- ly Infested farms and town lots havej assault tempted murder of Sam Lee, a Red evidence at the Majestic last evening .that they actually got out of .the cpn: trol of the magician, and. played havoc with the electric light. There were moments when the theatre- was; _ic complete darkness, the psychic and the electric forces seeming to he .at war with one another, but the attrac- tive singing of Miss Dorothea Ver de Vere helped to allay the fears of the nervous audience, and the hypnotic powers of the professor kept them in their seats, and so averted a panic. The occult forces, however, got the upper hand, and the performance was obliged to be abandoned when hah TV-.IV thro.ugh. Professor Mental is no common o garden conjurer, but a top sawyer i the .arts of legerdemain, as a skillful exhibition of palaaing with one and three cards. IT. Is surprising what can be packe away in the recesses of an ordinary hard hat. Borrowing one from 2f lo cal real estate agent in-the audience the conjurer proceeded to show carefully the gentleman had stowed I away in it numerous -articles usef'i and ornamental. From its cavity were produced several handkerchiefs, color FOR SALE, Two seven, roomed ern houses, with fire and full basements, closfc' in.' cash handles and ance arranged. One six roomed fully'mod- ern house on Crabb St., 1350 cash and bal. artanged. Also 3-4 sec. fajv. particulars apply to 719 6TH S PHONE-1156 Deer Chinaman, was found guilty of ed and 'otherwise, yards of paper used been ordered plowed, and signs are! cago, Baltimore and Ohio, was de- railed near Miles Junction about on every hand that the de- night. .Three persons were slightly jtermined efforts of the officials will injured. fruit. acres in T. 6, R. 15, and per acre, 1-4- cash, balance in three years. acres in T. 6, R. per acre, 1-3 cash balance easy terms. This land is the finest steam plow proposition on the market, all within six miles of the proposed Lethbridge-Weyburn Railroad. THE CASCADEN LAND COMPANY ROOM 3, MACDONALD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. This town is half way between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat. has a location on C. P. R., elevator, coal mines and the best farms in Southern Alberta tributary to same. Business Lots can he bought for Residence lots near new brick school, from ?T5 to on easy terms, investigate and you will buy. 320 ACRES FOR SALE, PER ACRE East half of Sec. 20, Tp. 9, Range IS, West of the 4th M., at Chin Station. LETHERIDGE CITY PROPERTY Agents for Roseda.'e, Sunnysida and Falrview Additions Call or McLachlan Realty Co. 11 and 12 Southard Bfock Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. VICTORIA LETHBEIDGE THE FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING- IN.ALBERTA SELECT FASHIONABLE MODERN DECORATED AND FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGH CLASS RESIDENCE SUITES OF APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO PERSONS FROM PER MO. SUITES ACCOMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM PER MO. INCLUDING BED ROOM. DRAWING ROOM. PRIVATE BATH ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE For reservations apply at Mansions Office from FRED W; DOWNER, PROP. 3 to o. p. m. two years in 1 sell is alreadv ,nrf fitting purposes and a-pet "in p I shape of a. real live rabbit. The ski! of the' demonstrator, the under sentence for horse stealing and -when that term of two years is up he will be requir- ed to serve two additional years for the assault on Sam Lee. Russell also appeared before Justice Simmons some time ago in connection with a charge of attempting to shoot a police officer and for this offence he was sentenced to three months' im- prisonment. Nervous Prostration Makes You Weak, Helpless and Miserable. in putting the articles back, and owner was asked to call for his _ pro perty at the box office. It is well to advise people who have been shopping not to carry their pur chases into the theatre, for Professor Mental has a knack of scenting them out and purloining them for his own use, an experience gone through by an unfortunete individual, from whose inner pocket was extracted a. string aausages. A levitation act In which the power of gravitation was set at naught was shown. Miss Billie. Dare .being raised from a recumbent position, and made to float in mid air.. The rest of the programme had to be discontinued for reasons mentioned, but the public has in store a very eaterfcaining and novel performance, and one. worth -wit- nessing. Wherever there are sicklv people who AT THE PUREKA A comedy juggling act by the Tar- is the big noise the Bafeka this week. Mr. the are troub'ed with deranged nerves they bjrd of glmflar narne ln voke, but will find that MiJbunvs Heart and PAINTIXG, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING "The most satisfactory interior of any building we have built in the West" So writes a large firm for whom had a large contract. PHONE 1472. WELLINGTON BROS. You're Sure of Good Work from Us. i Pills will restore the equilibrium of these I deranged centres, ajid bring back shattered nervous system to a perfect condition. They do "this by their rwtorativa influence on every organ and tissue of the body, their, extraordinary cura- tive power manifests itself immediately they are taken. Mrs. G. D. Ward, Huntsville. Ont., writes: "I take pleasure in sending you my testimonial in praise of your Mil- burn's Heart and Nerve Pills. J suffered terribly with nervous prostration, and became so bad I not able to attend to my household duties, and now I can truthfully say that I owe my life to them. Three boxes'stopped my trouble." Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are 50c. per box, 'or 3 boxes for ell dealers or rnailed direct on receipt of price by The. T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Onti shockingly shy on the plummage, if a juggler of considerable merit; hats, cigars, cones, canes, rubber balls, a lighted lamp and numerous otb_er arti- cles being used effectively, and while comedy is the feature, still there are some very difficult feats, one being the catching of a ball in a little tin box tied to the back of hits belt. lira. Par- rot, whose gowns rival the above men- tioned bird for striklnK colors, is by no means a silent and h-er jug- gling act particularly in the spot light with the was first class. The act ends witX a shower of diimerware on the heads of the audience. The Oberlatan carries an elabor- ate stage setting. The sketch given represents a Christmas night scene in New York City, the principals being the girl mascot of the jockey club, and a man of wealth driven by grief the loss of child to strong drink. The story ends bj hia atdopting the little waif mascot, and everybody is happy. Ftre, Plate Glass, Burglary, Automobile, Employers' f Liability, and Life Insurance. Asquith Lindsay MGHEY TO LOAN in large sums on City Property at lowest Also Loans on Farm Lands 3H> 7tfc 8k Hwttbt 363 Boys 5 room gtory bouse, n, fully modern. THE Dowsley-Wbeni Land Co. The Dowttey-McMflfun Land Co. Phone 544 ;