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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ "j^^^'^j?'"^*''.'"'''''' WHY WIL- L.- LETHBRID DOUBLE WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS ? Consider the general wave of prosperity that all Alberta is enjoying, our material advantages, and the reason is obvious. - Situated close to the elevator, and immediately adjoining the C. P. R. track. Our price is $150 and $100 For One Month Onl $25 per lot cash. Balance, $10 monthly. Lots in the immediate vicinity are selling for $250 and $300 cash. guarantee every lot high, dry and level. We THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY LETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA. SCRAP IN THE HILLS. story of a Tragedy Reaches f'oit Benton From Sweetgrass. V Port Benton, Oct. 28.-Meager le-' ports have been received in the � city of a cutting- and .shooting affray in the Sweet Grass Hulls, about : 60 miles north of Fort Hon ton, in .which three Indians and a white man were wounded, and a lote leport states that two of the woundedmcn have died, i Early this morning, nn uricnown man arrived from the Swoet Grii.s.^ .bills, bnng.ng news of the trouble. He reported the-matter at the hospital, saymg that his purpose in r com.ng to town was to secuiv �1jo : uwnistrations of a priest for the dying men, and Father Parker left at once with the passenger for the scenu . of the affray. The messenger did not give Ills nanie or state from what point in the hills he had come, but stated tljftt the four men were woun-: lied In a drunken row, and thct guns and knives were used. ! Th� sherini's office was not notiiled ; of the affair, and every effort to se-i cure further news from the scene has been futile, the telegraph facilities . in th�t part of the country being :-very poor. Inaome manner, a report gained 1 circulation in town late today that two of the wounded had died, but tliis has not been nonflnued and . it cannot be learned in what manner this report was received, ^It is said that the white man wounded is about 19 years of age. Whether or not he is one of the two reported to have died cannot he towncd. Father Parker will probably not be definite news of the occurrence until his return. ing, and there will probably be no for the Judicial District of Macleod. Andrew Rodger Dickson, of Wetas-kiwin; for the Judicial District of Wetaskiwin. �Tohn Benson of Medicine Hat; lu he Deputy Sheriff for the Judici:i. Di.strrct of Calgnry. WITH THE K. N. W. M. P. Able to return before Tuesday mom- PHONE 179 when yoti need a CAB To go to tbe B^atioQ or bring friends to your home, Ottawa, Oct. 22.-After twenty-four years service and with promotion just in his grasp, Sorgt. M. W. Hayne of the Uoyal Northwest Moun-tetl Police died last April at Fuller-ton, on the west shoro of Hudson's Bay, in liis forty-bi.vl'li your. Hay it) had seer, every kind of .service in the niountevhi) canio to Caliitiry in 18M1, is retiring from Iho jewt'llery lui.siiie.ss. Mr. .lacquus was nvohx- monllis in Calgary l;c-.oio ho saw 11 white woman oi' a white ihiUI there. paying double and treble the of the original locations. pri-'e TO STOP WHISTLING. riiu etlitor of tt local pa|�er in ... ,. , . Ar, ,i. I 1 , . , . -^W Oliver Gives Not co of Import- Muniloba pleased its readers last j ' week by a paragraph advih'.ng the , ""'^ By-law. boys and your.'g men in the town to BOBING FOB GAS. City Council Amends Clauses in AgreeniL>nt. the NEW OFFICIALS. CARTING ALSO DONE. N#xt door to Scbweitier's BAKERY,. PATH STREET. Sheriffs and Clerks of Court Appointed by Alberta Uovemment. The Alberta Gazette announces the. appointment of the following Sberlffa and clerks of thei court: 8UEUIFF9. Isaac Stephen Oerow Van Wart, of Calgary; for the Judicial District of Calgary. Malcolm Young of Lethfcridge, for the Judicial District of Lethlbrldse, Walter Srott Kolwrtson, of Ed -monton; for the Judicial' District of Edmonton. Duncan J. Campbell of Macleod; M the City Council meeting on Mor.cnded on such operations, 910,000 or until such a flow of natural gas shall have Ixscn secured as in the opinlor of the Council shall bo found sufficient. If, however, boring opcrat-ions shall be abandoned for a period of sixty days, Brinits for last month being the hirge.st in the city's history, 307,928. The big-jjest, tcm.s are these: Y. M. C. .V., .550,000; the building for John Hom-merville & Sons, hardware, on First Stiwt, S28,O0O; arid the city's tale-|/hone building no.vl tho present post ofllro, .?22,.W8. The Canadian Pacific Ra.lwaj' Co. will build a new lino that will prac-!'"'""Pcrty on Hallowe'en-but it cnmo Lake and Saskatchewan railway j somewhat as a surpris.3 to iho resi-irom llegina^to Saskatoon, and proh j '^^^^V l�i'ned on Thurs- ably to Prince Albert. Kooently tiu- *ln.V morning that tlie same cany has evidently regretted tho .l''*?"""!* agent's buggy on the roof necessity of handing over this val- of his shop, and otherw.se making uable proi>erty and will build a new Jan "utidy town by overturning outline from Rogina northward, which ^ houses and upsetting crossinjfs over will also form a junction with tl:e'flitches. * Kirkella branch. The selected rouie L. P. fT.cli.'stoin was committeellcd to dispose of his ntcrcantile buiAness in Pincher Creek and he will be suc-ceetled by Messrs. Fraser and Froe-bairn. 1>. W. Warner delivered to Messrs. Williamson Bros., pork packers .,f lorals of Kaniloops, B.C , are getting ready for. the ne.xt' pro -vinoial election and calling a con -ventior. for NovemJ>cr 20, to nominate a candidate to oppo.s'e Hon. I'. J. Fulton. Dr. M. S. Wade, editor of the Inland Sentinel, will very probably receive the support of the convention. A RUN FOR DEAR LIFE. Col. S. B. Steele, formerly -jom-mander of Strathcona horse, and recently second in command of the .John Ziuboth nearly winded Chief I'arry tbe other evening jus't as the moon was pecking over the horizon .lohn became infotuatetl with some lunilxjr in Roger's lumber yard and started to carry it in his arms �-hen the Chief hove in sight. .lohn drok-p(?il his piviclous load and startui for No. .1 at a Maud H. pace. Chijf Parry' Inhaled the ozone, shook his feet and startnl like a deer after his man. The race - cuInUnatied wi>6� both men Ixtcaino exhausted. They drew up suddonl.y and piiffcd, tind puffed, and jniffed. No�t a word cs -!cnped their lips for several mJntttos. along the east side of Westminster, roa