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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Jt WHY DOUBLE WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS Consider the general wave of prosperity that all Alberta is our material and the reason is Situated close to the and immediately adjoining the Our price is and For One Month Only per lot Lots in the immediate vicinity are selling for and guarantee every lot dry and We THE BOWMAN AGENCY SCRAP IN THE Story of a Tragedy Reaches Foit Benton From Fort ie Krts hnvc been received in the city of a cutting and shooting af Sweet Grnss about north of Fort in which three Indians and a white man and a Inte report of the woundedmcn were states that two Fjirlv this morn jin urjknown man arrived from die Sweet bringing news of the and there will probably bo no definite of the occurrence until his UTTfl THE twenty four years service and with promot ion just in his Hayne of the Royal Northwest Moun ted Police died last April at Fuller on the west shoro of Hudsons in his EUiy had kind of service in the mounted lie came of a good his father having been a fleet surgeon m the royal He reported thematter at the hos1 lie experienced a disappoint saying that his purpose in i mentm England and came out to to town was to secure the where he joined the Mounted ministrations of a priest for the ilyj Police on Since Ing and Father Parkor left at Since hat time he has covered pret onee with the passenger the scene ty nearly the whole North American of the The messenger did not llis record was unblem give his name or state front what point in the hills he had but stated tijat the four men were woun ded irr a drunken and that ffuns and knives were The sheriffs office was not notified of the and every effort tose cure further news the scene has been the telegraph facilities iu that part of the country being very In some a report gained circulation in town late today that two of the wounded men had but this has not been confirmed aTid it cannot learnedin what man ner this report was It 5s said that the white man wounded is about 19 years of Whether or not he is one of the two imported to have died cannot be Father Parker will probably not be and he was held in great es teem by his Throe years ago he went In with the Mountexl Police detachment to ard last winter in Major Moodies ir sence was complete To wards the letter part of the winter he fell and on the 17th of Ap ril died from news has just been brought out bv Constable vho cams out from Fullerton on the return trip ol the A pathetic fea ture is some few months the lAte Sergeant Hayne was moted to be Inspector in recognition of and meritorious an J Major Moodie carried his to Unfortunately Hnyne did not live to learn of his His re mains interred in a lonelygrave overlooking Iludeons Constanta ago pro for the Judicial District Andrew Rodger of Wetas kiwin for the Judicial District of Wetaskiwin John of Mcdictne Hat tu be Deputy Sheriff for tho Judicial j IHstrrct of OF Yinccmt for the Judicial District of Laurence of Cntgary for the Judicial District of ol for the Judicial District 01 Wilfonl Forbes of Welaskiwin for thn District of Alexander Taylor of Edmonton to be Acting Clerk for Judicial Dis rict of William Nelson of Medicine Tint to btv Deputy Clerk for the Judicial District of Roundup of Prairie News People who have settled will offered an important years are enlarging their editor of a local paper in paying double and treble the of the original The Canadian Pacific Kaihvay TO STOP Manitoba pleased its readers iayt week by a paragraph boys and men in the town to Oliver Gives Noticc of Import I ant Xho camo lo jaiy in is retiring from jewellery will buiitl a new line that will from doing damage to the property on came somewhatas a surprise tothe resi BORLVC FOR City Council Amends Clauses in the abte to return before Tuesday morni DAmour Jeff Fullerton because of j muscular which attack jcd him in the Flo will go on jaick leave before rejoining the force in the The Adventure made the trip Fort Churchill to Johns distance of about when von need a In ten NEW To go to the satlon or bring friends to your CARTING ALSO Sheriffs and Clerks of Court Ap j pointed by Alberta door to Schweitzers REDPATIF The Alberta Gazette announces appointment of the following Sheriffs and clerks of tht rourt Stephen fJerow Van of Calgury for the Judicial District of Malcolm of for the JxKficial District of Vvalter Scott of Ed jnonton for the Judicial District of Duncan Campbell of Macleod At the City Council mooting on Monday several changes were made the agreement with the IClec tric Light regarding boring lor the clauses the agreement was amended to read as follows Boring shall commence at a point or location to be indicated ty the council and shall bo steadily and continuously under the supervision of the Council until a depth of 2000 fee t shall have reached or until the company shall have exienJed on such or until such a flow of nat ural gas shall have been secured fts in the opinion of the Council shall be found boring operations shall be abandon ed for a period of sixty this agreement may lie terminated by the Council and tho city shall bo released from nil the covenants and agreements entered In the event of the compnny aban doning boring operations for a per iod of GO days or failing to obtain natural pis in sufficient quantity after 10 A depth of 2000 foot ami after the company shfcll renvovo nil ap with the provision that the city has the right to purchase at inn actual Tn the event of gas being discov the city ngiws to purchase j within 60 ail tho jinery nml I florins for will commence wthm the neoct few 1 a prominont citizen of Calgary is leaving there to in ho saw ii white woman or a rhild who had pilwl promiscuously on it At ihemecLing of City Council on Monday night if was decided to advertise the citys intention con struct a four foot plank walk the west side of JJurdett from There is little cloutt now that Edmontoifs reconl for year will reach the two million At the end cf October it stands the permits for last month being the largest in the citys The big Uems are these SoOQOO the building for John Kom merville First and the citys tele builciing next th jiiiesenl post was committed or trial at Fomie on a charge of in terfering with the administration of Bail was The arises out of an alleged procuring case two young ijirls being brought in from Eckstein is charg ed with having advised the girls to ve the country whilst tlw case was j to c lightel by Jundbrsjck is elect The master blacksmiths anl the Journeymen blncksmiihs of Blmonton have adjured their wage scale by a Tiro blacksmiths will work nine hours from S to six Firemen get and helpers The Windsor will he enlarge to a five brick and steel building at a cost of SlOO will throe hun dred guests Wamcr delivcrel to Williamson pork packers sixty spring pigs which he realized thehanstsome sum of of for merly of Daxvson City Oninan vJl was nominated tli candidate in viral ly parallel Ixng Luke and Saskatchewan railway from und uhcn loarnetl Thurs ablyto Prince JtocenMy dnV morning that the same editor Canadian Xortheru secured control J charged with Ifcing one of of the existing which had ioiisly Ixrn 6peratel and controHcl anc by the Canadian Later iht ni2in besides pirtting an also a three foot plank walk company has evidently regretted tha agents buggy on the roof j along the east side of necessity of handingover this llis and otherwise making j road from the end of the uab Baroness road to Rodpath eud I along the east side of Burdett Uic from Redpath to south ofllom able proierty and will build a new an untidy town by overturning out walk to McKay ine from which houses and upsetting crossings over Harding was givcn a At the last meeting the Moose Jaw council voted to lin will also form a junction with Kirkella The route runs to From Lumsden it runs north and a little west unttl a connection is nmde with the Abuilding The graait tctkes kolla branch at From tiie form of a number of valuable Stnissburg the line is already grad ed northwardto Saskatoon and will be inoperation in a few and it is assumed the plan includes a cqntinuittion of this branch to Prince drav Harding was given a Also one two horse draw license and a cab license1 and two horse dray It1 was decided to order Fred A Dominion Lands Oilice is to he opened at 3Ioose Bishop of will be a candidate for the Liberal n city which crcctctj I Rooncy to remove a vooden aiv to be sold by tho The buildiru Kxcavations fund have is now been commenced and the building to be jcompltted ear ly the back of At the meeting of the license com missioners held at Iincher licenses were granted to JJudtl for an and James for wholesale house at The of aro setting the next pro C0n vinciM eoclion aml calling a l for 2Kf to n manager of Rank of is being iirg to contest the Calgary a canrliiale to rion K The name of Iteilly is also men j of the Inland will very probably receive the support of he Miss Martha eWest te of ami William of Round and who has been associated with ings for a considerable were recently Oving to ilUhcAlth Kachcrn has boon compelled to POPO of his mercantile business in Fincnor Creek and he will be MIC by Frasor anl Frce land commv at in nn intcrctrtw Uiat tho of land in thn Andrew Walker has to the pastorate of call rxs boing an infraction of the lire Oliver announced that he would introduce a bylaw to the blowing of locomotive whtfce I T within the city Gray addressetl tho making a charge that Fleet dkl not give proper attention to his Fleetwootl cefend xl his attitude on the case in point and the council did not take nny The Jobbing offerel to soil a 24x40 to the city for an isolation hospital at Chief Humplutcs against buiUiings in fire limits patched up nnd boarled in on a foundation of old A FOR DKAU John nearly windtnl Chief Purry the evening just as the J moon was peeking over the horizon j John became infatuated with some in Rogers lumber yard and started to carry t in his anns Chief hove in John drok pocl his precious lonrJ and stnitci for i at a Maud Parry inhaled shookhis RUSH formerly mander of Stralhcona a Macluod rcrt awl startf like a deer after his The nice culminated when both mon bocanw They omI drew up suddenly ami and j ami Not a word es centiy socoml in comnxuKl of the their lips for several Smith African linear Finally Parry laid of his Conoral Baden has arrivetl ami the pair puftal their way hack in England on a visit accompanied It is the intention of the colonel to remain in west is rnpidly now from to 520 per according to locat over venter and to attend one of the militant schools of is every probability that wnon he returns to in the spring to the John had suflklontly from his run appear before Jus tice ITnmphrps Monday when was sont to goal for thrtv He oupht to bo able to fully cover his breath in that For OKAYING BALED HAY COAL RUSH ;