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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta It's The QUALITY That Counts The uniform quality maintained from year to year in our Lumber and Building SUD- 11 M Q C f _ A. 1 O Jr Jr AAdo filVGH IjLlCITl LxlG O rv YVT p among Duilders. we can assure our patrons that the same quality will be maintained in the future as it has been in the past, and we solicit a continuance of your orders. Westminster RdL Phone 1063 Round Street Phone 763 at Letnbrfdid N. Taber Bow Island Milk High rtivtf Claresholm Nantoa Granmn Cannangaj? Barons Kipp Jet, BEAUTIFUL SHRUBS Arc you aware of the large number of fine hardy Eiowering Shrubs that are perfect- ly hardy on the prairie and will thrive there year after year, getting more beautiful every year? J _ We can send you a selection of twelve varieties, tlireex years old, that will all bloom- this coining summer and all .will be blooming at different periods from spring un- til fall. The selection includes Lilacs, Snow- balls, .Spireas, Elders, Berberries, Snowherries, Honey-' etc. All two to three feet high, three years old, regular value This selection, all express charges, pre- paid to your-nearest express 6ffice at special price. For 30 days only of Place orders early Only per dozen Valley Nurseries Mirror Lake, B. C. ALBERTA AT TIIEOONGKESS FIVE HUNDRED PEOPLE DEAD (Continued from front Searching Parties Out dangerous to he about at i This morning searching parties were So far, hundreds oi lab- J organized and went, out south to re- orers have acted admirably and it is I lieve- the suffering and pick up the bodies of the dead. It will be days before they can be reached, owing to the fact.that great trees 'nave fallen wonderful the fortitude'that the wo-, men are showing. They are for thei most nart; without clothing or mon-j ey other than what they, have on over the roadways and will have to their persons, vet rhev are Irving to be chopped away before wagons can Cardston Cleaned ..'Upi-a! Dozen Prizes. ALBERTA AT THE CONGRESS LOCAL BUDGET K. McAIurp-hy, a prominent business man of Eugene. Oregon, left for the Jiast on Satin-day afternoon .after spending a. day or two in Lethto ridge visiting C. S. of the Leth'- Dricige Steam Laundry Co. and form- erly of Eugefoe. In speaking oi the "petition of Al- berta for tlie next session of the con- gress L. A. Felger, a. delegate from -Letij bridge, to Spokane spokesman-Review: "I knojw that we! Electric Restorer for Men weakness averted at once. Phcsphonol will iaaie; YOU a new man. Price a box. or two for Mailed to any. address. Tho Seobell Drae Co.. St. Catharines. Out. can entertain the congress'as well as any place, fact that ses- sions .have been held in .the United States makes me feel that it is about time we prove by actions that it is reajjy international, if we .do-not get the we are ibound to have it in 1911 -our country showing. great development snd we--are anx- ious for otJiers to see it." A "low." supper will be served by. the ladies of "Si. Andrew's church, in Heading's hall; Sixth avenue aorth. (McKay street) on "the evening of Wednesday. Oct: 26. The ladies .hope to make this event ail that it recalls to the memory of those who have tak- en part in such in the older provinces and are especially, anxious-tliat'they rsceive the support of every one the proceeds will go be got through. In some places hous- es filled with refugees without food a few. miles from town. Miraculous Escape Matt. Hendrickson is ia from his claim three ami a half miles south- west of .Beaudette, this morning. vuj. uiiiv iui. aaiciiv it> in piu- J inirty-twc people are housed in hisjtracted rains or cold'weather, as the i STnfl "TIM tin TJ _ __T-__ ______ 11 _ show a brave spirit. Railway offi cials arrived from Port Arthur earlv i this morning and the. local officers holding all available cars to en- able :the people to escape should fire get into Rainy River. v Only Hope is'Rain, -1 Our only hope for safety is in pro- j shack without food. -He says when the fire struck his place sixteen of them got into mi eight foot deep dry and remained there on the verse grourjd is burning tour, feet, deep and "there is no way of ting it out- ouside hydrant. The Canadian government The OfCcc.of Is Now On. Redpsitti Opposite Methodist' Draylng done ihort HAY ANB GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: of suffocation until the fire forwarded some tents" to house it so -happened that, while the force [the people, and they-will -he put up ot tne cyclone oi fire passed dfrectlv j tonight, What'seems to .be most; over the weil, it passed to the south-'! needed is pleniv- Of blankets and food. east 01 nis house. It did not bum, Finding the Dead although everything-else inflammable Rainv River, search-! about, the place burned. Many Oi the partv has returned, bringing thei sewers" got to the Rapid River bodies of the Boltii family con-i saved themselves by wading into the i sisting of father, mother and "seven1' iTvater; although even then many were i children. They had got onhT i short! ..burned about the face. Seven bodies. {distance from" their hoinc when over-1 I probably the Rohn family, lie in the taken by the fire. George" Wewere, clearing where they sought refuge in i Chas. Baker and Patrick O'Meara i an open place m the woods, all to no 'who were missing, liavc .turned up! avai1- Wewero and Baker .got to.the Rapid; IS COMING the de- The fire rs still threatening struction of ths few houses along the river in Old Beaudette. The! River ahead of the -.fire. Wewere, and kept- tin- ir.to -r? i tia w-ell as he could, but is burned Angler- company people gave up hope badly about the hip. where-Ms bodv .eir two miles showed above the water -'white --the v-u Vj UJUVj and communication with Port. Arthur is cut off. Tliere has been no train ser- for two days and wil! not be i for twenty-four hours unless a .special j is made up for The Spooner. j mail was saved, it having ber-n brought to the depot just before iho lire struck the town, but the Beau- dette mail and everything in the post office were lust. Postmaster Dal- quist was badly burned i.ryine to save some, of the valuable property. Policeman AttacVd A special policeman, Waiter Farles was attacked on the str-set of Rainy River last mgnt. A was fired close to his lace, but t-hc bullet glanc- r-d off. -He then beaten up badlv one eye was destroyed and his chanc- es oi recovery aiv very slight, as ho lay all night in a ditch iiT an allcv unable TO call for help. Armed guards patrol the streets at night, "nut so many men arc carrying fire anns, it stowaway gave the name of the railway bovs who are readv j William MeCann was 'run- to pull off a lynching if tho guilty work in the gallev but .when tIT party can be discovered, made the f en tne man wln-n his other arm was at an East Port a few safely but-toned up under his shirt. ys Iater' he manaSecl to get ashore and disappeared. PERMITS TO BUILD Mrs. D. McKea'n, dwelling. Fifteenth [street south, 53000. l-ars Zines, dwelling, Fifth avenue north, 31300. E. T. Broad, dwelling, Seventh Av'e soutb. 5375. start at once afct the necessary signatures. The recall provision of the city chartev provides that 25 per cent, of the total vote cast in the fast general election on the peti- 3at the public welfare league must secure SOOO sig- natures on its petitions to make them effective. Mayor Gill will be asked to-morrow for permission to string "recair ban- ners across xhe street in front of the though Mayor Gill is i.he object, of the league's attack, its members believe 'he will inot withhold his permission for them t oadvertise their campaign in this manner. The best clubs sell more of Buchanan's CALGARY STREET RAILWAY MAKES MONEY Calgary, Oct. street railway! system earned Tor the cit-r1' during- rhe month total revenue o fh was L Than of all oiiber Scotch Whiskies D. O. ROBLIN, TORONTO SOLE CANADIAN AGENT ;