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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta WHY WILL- LETHBRIDGE 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 Only $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. THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. We SCRAP IN THE IIIIXS. Story of a Tnig�*Jy Reaches Foi t Denton From Swoetgruss. ing. mid thcro will probably bo no definite news ol the occurrence* until his return. Fort Ronton. Oct 28- Meager ic-ports hnvo been received in the city of a cutting uml shooting affray in the Sweet Grass Hills, about 60 mile!) north of Port I ten ton. in which three Indians ami u while man were wounded, und a lute report states thnt two of the woundediiicn Imvo (lied. Early this mom.in;, mi urknown man arrived from the Sweet C.rnss hills, bring.ng news of the trouble. Ho reported the  mutter nt the hospital, saying thnt his purpose >n coni.ng to town was to secuiv the ininistrntions of a priest .[or the dying men, and Father Parker left ut once with tho passenger for the scon* of tho affray. The messenger did not give his namo or stuto from what point in tho hills ho had come, but stated that thu four men were wounded in a drunken row, and thnt Runs and knives were used. The sheriff's olllce was not notified of tho affair, and evory effort to �o-cure further news from the scone has been futile, tho telegraph facilities in that part of the country being very poor. In aome manner, a report gained circulation in town late today thnt two of the wounded men had died, but this has not been confirmed and it cannot be learned in what manner this report was received. It ia said that tho white man wounded is about 10 years of age. Whether or not he is one of the two reported to have died cannot he learned. Father Parker wili probably not liable to return before Tuesday mom- PHONE 179 when yon need a CAB To go to the s'ation or bring friends to your home. WITH 'NIK it x. w. m. p. Ottawa. Oct 22.- After twenty-four yours service mill with promotion Just in his grasp, Sergt. M W llayne of tho Royal Northwest Mnun tisl Police died Inst April at Puller-ton. on th;� west shore of Hudson's Roy. In his forty-hlxtli year. Il.iv le had seen every kind of service in the mounted police. Ho cnine of it good English family, his father having been a fleet surgeon in the royul navy lie e\|K..rieneid a disappointment'in Knglund ami came out to Cur.ada, wheiv he joined the Mounted Police on December 1. 1��2. Sine.. Since that time he has covered pretty nearly tho whole North American continent. His record was unblem -ished, and he wax held in great esteem by his suiH-riors. Three years ago ho went In with tho Mounted Police detacluneiit to Fullerton. ird last winter in Major Moodie's .ib sonce was in complete control. Toward! the latter part of the winter he fell sick, and on the 17th of April died from blood-poisoning. 'I'll'.* iiowr has Just been brought out by Constable D'Amour, v ho camo out from Fullerton on the return trip ol the adventure. A pathetic 'feu -ture is that some few months ago the late Sergeant llayne was pro-mated to be (inspector in recognition of long and meritorious service. anJ Ma lor Moodle carried IUh commies >n to Fullerton. Unfoitunately Hnyne did not live to learn of his promotion. His remains were interred in n lonelygravc overlooking Iludeon's Ray. Const anlo D'Amour, loft Fullerton becauso of muscular rheumatism, which attacked him In the legs, llo will go on sick leave bofore rejoining tlio force in the west. The Adventure mado tho trip from Fort Churchill to St. John's Nfld., a distance of about 2,000 miles, in ten days. for the Judicial District of MacleyJ. Andrew Rodger Dickson, of Wutas-klwln; for the Judicial District of Wetasklwin. John Renson of Medicine ilut. to be Deputy Sheriff for the .ludicii. District of Calgary I'l.KIIKS OK CorUT Charles, Vini-nl Rei nett (or the Judicial llistrict of Ijothhridp*. fji'iremv John Clarke, of t'ulgni--for the Judicial District of Culg.irv Trenholine Dickson, ol Murleod, f..r the Jiidirial District oi .Marleixl. Wilford Forties of Wotnskiwin: for the ,1ml rial District of We.sn.skiwin. Alexander Tnylor of Edmonton, to lie Acting Clerk for the Judic nl llis-riet of Edmonton. William Nelson Adsit. of Medicine lint: to \m Deputy Clerk for the Judicial District of Calgary NKW OFFICIALS. ! Sheriffs and Clerks of Court Appointed by Alberta Government. The Alberta Uazotte announces tho. appointment of the following Sheriffs und clerks of the court CARTING ALSO DUNE. i N�xt door to Schweitzer's 5^7 BAKERY. jLp pCDPATU STREET. SHERIFFS. Isaac Stephen Oorow Van Wart, of Calgary; for the Judicial District of Calgary. Malcolm Young of Lethl'ridgo, for tho Judicial District of Lothfbrldge. Walter Scott Robertson, of Ed -monton: for the Judicial' District of Edmonton Duncan J. Campbell of Macleod; RORINf! FOR OAS City Council Amends I'lauses in li;e Agreement. At the City Council mcetinK on Monday night, several changes were mudo .n tho agreement with tho Klec-tric Light Co. regarding lioring lor ga�. One of tho clauses of the agreement was amended to read as follows: Roring shall commence at a point or location to be Indicated by the council and shall bo prosecuted steadily and continuously under the supervision of the Count-.I until a depth of 2000 feet shall have been readied or until the company shall have ex|>ended on such operations, 910.000 or until such a flow of natural gas shall have hoen secured rib in tho opinion of tho Council shall bo found sufficient. If, however, boring operations shall lie ulmnd.in-ed for a period of sixty days, in 1**1. is retiring from III.1 JeWellel.V llllsi||,.ss J|r, .laOi|Uis iwis twelve n,until:, in Cnlnarj I o-te ii,. saw u white woman or a � hite i lulil t here. There is liiite doull now that Edmonton's Inula.record for th.' .tear will reach tlie two million murk. At the end of October it stands Si.7oo,ti2y, tho pcrnrits for lust month being the largest in the .ity's history. S.'I07.'.2�. The big ,{est .loins are these Y. M C. A . nOO; the liuihliiig tor John Sotn-merville & Sons, hardwiiiv, on First Stivtt. S28,O0U; and the city's telephone building next the present post ofllre. S22,r�:trt. I.. P. 1'a'l.^teiu uas comtuitte lighted by Tho master blacksmiths and the Journeymen bluckHumhs of l-'-dmonton have udjm-tcd their wage scale by a compromise Tim blacksmiths * will work nino hours from rt am to si.x p.m. Fiivmen get gSil.2.1, floorr.'en ?� (U) uml hel|K-rs $u.2.'i. The Windsor Hotel, Edmonton, will l hun-drey tho Cunadiun l'acillc. Lsiter tlu-com|iany has evidently regrettc opened nl Moose Jaw. Dr. Bishop of Crossfiold, will he a candiduto for the Liberal nomination in (lleich'.-n. C. W. Rowley, manager of tho Rank of Commerce, is being urictsl to contest tlio Calgary mayoralty. The name of Ja� Roilly is also mentioned. Miss Martha Fletcher, eldest riaugh-io of Mr. and Mrs. William Fbtchor. of Round I'p, and Mr. I,. Sherman, who has -liecn associated with Ij'uv-ings for a considerable time. were recently married. At tho lu�t nus-ting the Moosv Jaw council voted SlO.Ooo to tlvt. Y.M.C. A building fund. The grant takes the form of a iiumlier of valuable city lots (Iven associat.on. which are to bo sold by the association. The building fund is now 810.'t)0. Excavations have lioen cominencod and the liuilding to be completed early njxt year. At tho iiteeting of tho license :.om-missionors hold ut Piiichor Creek, licenses were granted to A. F. Hudd for an hotel, and Jiiines Paden. i.ir whole.-ale house at Itellovtio. Tlio I.iU>rals of Kumloops, It ( , are getting ready for the ne.xf pro -vincial elei-tiou and culling a con  ventior for Novendicr 211, to nominate u candidate to oppose Hon. 1-. J. Fulton. Dr. M. S. Wade, edlt:.r of tho Inland Sentinel, will very probably receive the support of the convent ion. Oeing to illrheallh Mr. J. II. A,ic-Ktichorn has boon compelled to dls-poso of his mercantile business in Pincnor Creek and ho will lie succeeded by Messrs. Fraser and Freb-buirn. Rev. Andrew Walker has boon culled to tho pastorate of Mncle >il Pivsb.vt orlan church  Col. S II. S-toolo. formerly commander of Stralhconn horse, and recently second in command of tho South African constabulary, under Qonoral Raden Powell, has arrivwl in England on a visit accompanied by Mrs. Steele, ft is tho intent Ian of I ho colonel to remain in England over w-.ntcr and to attend one. of tho military schools of instruction. A Rl X FOR DEAR LIFE. west is rapidly r.sing now from if 10 , Thorn Is evory probability that wncn to S20 per aero, nccorrling to local- h� returns to Cnnada in the spring John Ziultach nearly wind�>