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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta "-si; -A J n. L. Stephens Mad Rockeiidori # When- you come to the Me- * tropolis Btay at the Palacef Hotel ff 1 $1.00 pr day I � Opposite . P. R. Depot f 2 Stephens & llockeiulorf S| �u.s xvi|)i j Proprietors > j day ln.st. 2 ~.^^-.^,~,.~.vws,v---,.~^~,.-^-~T-.^-.^~->~. ,! "'tiers I'n 5  ! mulocstoo I Calgary, Alberta news of this region Taken From Southern Albetta Papers GET RICH QUICK Scheme Followed by Some Tory Leaders. iMKUlCTMO HAT. (Fi'9111 tliu News.) (From (.lio Kcbo.) KEAN'S To Arrive This Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS CRABS, Ete. THE FINEST QUALITY YAKIMA FRUIT Leave yonr orders for preserving Candies - Cigars Ice Cream, etc. I'".. Urockols, who hax Ik.'C'|i con- 'I'ho Altn'i'la llotol on Moiwlav netted with tin- loiul brunch ol liio changwl iiamis, Mr. N. Mcfnni.s, the Union Mniik i�r the i>ast year wa:i lorinor pmiirielor, haviatj ilispo.sod traiisferrt'd to .Kranl* la.st wecli. lO.S, oi' his inlercslH to Jleo.sr.s. Fowler Ac I'.eWI .�iiicfcvd.s hiiil as l�.-ilg�.'r-kcvi)','r J''looil. .J. II. iMclx-an of the .MorchtinW 'riire�liiiig is now in full swins in Ikink, (.'algury, foruivjrly of Mv-dicir.e all parts of tlli; district ami tht; ro-llat, has heen ai'i|>ointe:Ll inunagvr :>( ports of thn returns' thai arc^ tonv-ihe l.f\liii! braiKh of thai '.iistitiiLioii. iiiK in are very gratfr.vlng. Om >f �Medicine Mat's r.>d lig'ht (lisl"lc( Ihv' best yet comes from tlio Fish-Id out of existence on Fi;- burn distinct where Messrs. MarH-An ollidal broug'lvl the fieb! &, Dorc's crop of fall wheat on from I'jtlnioiiton which it i.s Sunimier fallow turned out fiO bushets stood are yoneral througho:it lo the acre and the whole crop oi the proxincc. wheal \vill aA'ei'a.iv.' .">'"�'iels Jo the acre and weighinjr I JIod. On Wedne.^day he was Oire.i i-hind a bo.v car ho was struck by ii 'ng: on section MM and his ciop is moving- train on the next tra-k. nverag-ing 2.% bushels to the ncr( That at least is the supposition, as The sample is a fir.e one. the acci Inwll.y as to renfler amiuitation necessary, .\ special meeting of the Supremo tJourt was held bi-foi-e Chief .lustice Sifton. In the case of (J.I'. Sar.0, purchase the various projifrtios, the money having boon given to Fowler who in turn settlo'l w.i'th Uynn and Hhiolds. lJut Shields learning m some way that S22"(,000 was advan-ci-d to pui'chase the prnpert.v, naturally came to the conchisl.on that his piutner li.van was holding oul the dilfi-rence between this amount and .SI 70,0(10. So he enterevl suit against H.van in tht! H.C. courts for a proper accounting. Hyun, in giving evidence at the trial, swore that he had only r.'Ceived the frst aiii-ount. the bal.TUce, .S.*>.'>,OUO, hong retained by Fowler. Again Mr. .Stevenson, the chief counsellor, got busy in an elYort to protect the funds of I lie 1 O.F. against the raids of the frenzied financiers an,000 and Ihe sw'.ndlers will h.ivo t(t nccoiiii't for it." There is still another inteiv>sti(ig si(leli.i>ht on this I'eniarkalde transaction. When it was appai^ont that lhe.se sliad.v transactions wer.? boind lo 1)0 revealed. Oeo. McCorm'ck.vho b.v Ihe way 14 about the most decent tory in the bunch, got from urnler. I Jo resigned as managx>r of-4,he fCa'tn-loop.s l.nmiber Co.. and acceptod a position with a coast .s.iwmill conn pan.\'. Frantic eflorts WMti th.jn made to sell the interests of the comit.'iny so that thi.s awful ni^H'hod of investing th(f fio'ds of a Tratornal Mociety coulil bo covered up In-fore the insurance coinmi.ssion lurnod its searchlight on tho nlVairs of the or- (Froin th� St�r.) * A larg(> gang of lincinon on the Hell I'elephonte are working Ix^tween ! which a n.tni.s'tor of the crown was !'I"''" 'H'd the tory politicians oirt of ever connected, and Fowler, Ikniietl j�'i "ore so clos,>l.\- i^lon'tified et al., echoed ar itlil^' south of Lothbridge. This ia the most proniiting new/towti: iit Southern AllK>rta. It is the centre of a large area of fertile n|{ri; oulinral IuikIs. Tlio topography of the ountry on .eitherv;'tidlo| along the railroad makes it the most uccesible business centre. :ifl^t^^ will (,'ontrol absolutely the trade of a very large territory. 100,00(|1 acres of land tributary to Warner have been aolii this �utninerfoB over 40() American fanners, a large number of whom will vbecoaie^f U(Hual s(>ttler8. There is now a large new hotel Vtcing built railp there are already itx-ated a Store, Livery Bnrn and Lumber Ytflili and several residences. Now is yoMf oppcrtunify to get lol� cheap. Tiie earlier you .bny the better selections you'^c^ make. Pri(ios will run from $]0() to $200 for business from to $7.'> for residence lots. Write O. W. KERR CO LETHBRIDGE ALBERlJi or apply at their offict^s in the Southard Block. ; A. L. WARNER -Proprietors-O.'W. KERR CO. i M This kind of warfare continued for it the pre.sent tiriio tho sale was Magralh and Cardstoii. The gang | several weeks until people began to Mimde to nn American syndicate, but I Ihir.k that so much smoke colli.I only j ,'">( in tini�' to prevent the exposures j AH Buggies and Farm Wagoos Win Ix toM at COST FOR. CASH TO CLEAR BALANCE OF STOCK BEFORE SNOW PUBS FFUNIF,. comiiose Some 17 men and thoy nro .re-.seiting I'oles and otherwise i.-pairing the long distance line. The contract for tho new Courl Mouse was awnidod to S. I�. Xow-ton & Co. Thus Cardston coiii.'..ct-oVs have the pleasure of ki'.'p'iiL' I lie work at homo. .Mr. Perc.v Morris, who hii>i coinc'from fiiv. IJiit Mr. Sil'ton iiuvie It three hour spivch in the house and when he got through IIkmo was nb.solutoly nothirg loft of the charges. Incidentall.v Duncan Hdss, M. P., had lioen Investigating the roc - ords of the (|uartc"lte and hp start- i their own interests, Imt thoy nad I'0.^11 ! led the houfiO one aiternoon w'.th a which have �.�^1 (he poople of j Carn'da and pcrmani^nt l,v shattorod I several reputations. j Tho electors of Canada wiscl.v plac- e.i these tory politicians where'thoy j, Now occupy Adams Luihber Go. could not exploit tho i>uhlic domain ENTERPRISE LUMBER co. Ltd. J. W. McNicoL, Gencnil Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Old stand-Round Street TOWN LOTS Residtnitial Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance. CHURCH DIRECTOXY. CAJHOLIC CIILiUClt. Suwlay Services:- Low mass, 8-.!{0 a. m.; high auxis, 11.00; vesfwrs, 7.:50 i>. in. Daily Services:- M�.s8 O.MO a.m. Father Van 'I'ighem KT. A I! C! L' STl N F. .S C11IIUCH. (Anglican.) nev. .F- .S. Chivers, A.ICC, llcci jr. Hev. David .lonos, H. A., A.s.fisia.it Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at il.OO p. m. F.ven^ong at 7.MO. Cololmition of Jloly Communion:- 1st Sunday in thu month, 8 a. iii. (I'lain), ontJ 11 a. m, (Choral.) 3wl Sunday attor Matins. Othoi Sun- �tays at 8.30 am. Daily Matins and Kvonsong at 9.3'i a.m. ami 7.30 p. m. (From the Ledger.) Fernie is vor.y quiet and ever.bid.v is taking tho sittiatioi. philo.-i lont-j-ally, and hoping that the ;,tiMi,' w.l not last long. So far as tl.i? \�t' lie are concoriiod. a spirit of l-i. loii ami luoilemtion pivvail.s >ii . 4>th sides of tho controver..?.\-, en i it is liopod that this -onicii .   ti of alTairs will coiilin t > ibe clu' of the troubU'. There are about, -100 tons of coal available for tho power plant at Coal Creek. It will take alxiirt '10 tons a liay to kfop tho light plant going, so that if no inoro coal is to l.o had, tho light plant can not run for inor.i than ten days. Mr. P. Pottorson, an old Fornieite and now ir.ternatiotial boaixl mem -iK'r for this district of tho I'.M.W. of .v., returned Monday from an e.\-towl(Hl trip �'a.s-t. During his abs.'nc. Mr. Patterson attended a nii'oting of tho board, aiwl visiti.tl Xova Scoii.i. While ill tho oUI province, Mr. Patterson attomletl tho incHdingof the annual convention of tho Xova Scotia Provincial Workmer.'s .-Vssociatioii and afterwards soiiw fifU?en lt)c;'al .societies or br.anclios of that ortl.'r. Mr. Patterson's mission was to phi.' before this sottot.v tho propo.sitioii to afli.tiato with the Ilnitcil Mine Workers of America. Tho matter was tak en u|) and dLscitiised in the branch societies, and thon loft in the hands of Iho general convonlifui for fir. i.l disposition next .voar. working for Hisiiop'Marker i-.t I history of the disastrous TomiKji-aiee grath, left on Monday for trial i.,ent i Colonization scheme, liy which Fos- in the Lethbridge llospilal. A(r. Morris was in a precarious .iinit-ion-a severe cold having �.ill.vi all over hfs body and ivndeivd hiro al-niost entirely helpless. hoa mark. The hotels are all full and laiMl .seekers are still pouring in. lieport say.s that the .score or more Unlies who wont from here to. Iliih are having tho imist onjoyal>!e time of their lives. Louie N'altUv/. and Maggio Bitgiesoii were married at 1.(>tlibridgo last Fii-la.v. Tnoy are nt homo lioro and ready to receive their nwny fr'onds. 'J'he pla.v Ingoniar was prosontod to a full house last Saturday evening. All spi-ak highly of tho perfor ma lice. The Collet I bo.\s am hauling in some siilendid rock from the quary. lo be used iimk.r the big bank building. tor, while minister of finance, paid a bonus of somo IjilOOO jier the settlers which tli'.s cold water ! "'ose worthies; they made ononuou.>, company plat%:>d in the northwest, i l-'^fils out of speculations matlo with lie also outlined a liiird (k'at of more i JO.I', money, and what is moie recent origin in which not only w.iv j glaring still, through Geo. W. Fow -Fowler a Lefurgoy and Ikiiiitt in j lor, tory M. P. they took 5.5,000 to e.vploit somothiiig. Thoy imvdo a i raid on tho funds of the willows and i J'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr^^ the fatherless accumulated by a Fra-! ~ _____ ternal organization without Ihe in- TELEPHONE NO. I CIIAUOKI) WITH MIOAAIY. Xorv.x Minister Turns uii in llrunswick. N'aw (From the Fnje Press.) Th'C Alex, lllnck liimlx'r mill and limber limits at llosnu'r were .sold St. .lohn. X.ll., Oct. 1.- Four months ago ISov. II:. S. Savory, Con-grt>g'alional preacher from lloston. ST. MARY'S AllSSION. (No. a.) aui.day School ot .l.tXl p. m. Kvonsong at 4.80 p. m. WISSLFA' METHODIST CHIRCII. Kev. .1. K. Hiighson, ll.A., I'astor. Sunday services at l\.0O u. m. and ^ 7.30 p. m. . ^^Siindoy Scliool and Diblo Class at M p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wexlnesdays, at 8.00 p.m. Epworlh League, Fridays, at 8.*! p.m. this week, Mossrs. Skead timl .lotiii- camo to SI. Martins for his Iwalth.. son, of Calgary, Ix-ing the bii.veis.' The Preshyiorian pulpit there was The.s-a gontlemon cam., up to llosmer llion vacant and ho was asko.i to a few days ago, saw the pro|>erty temporarily occupy it. Mo did k>, and put down SI**,000 to close the 'I'l'l a few wwks Inter his wife, wli.i | de-.ll. Mr. Sktuid is a prominent appoareil in delicate health .ioin." I I liimliornvan ami .Mr. .lohnston is en- ''i'" at tho village, she' remain.; I! yagod in ranching. only a short time and wont back to This week it is our proud privilege lloston. On Saturday last. Savery lo announce the birth of n now town and n young lad.v named .Mi.ss L iw- ill the ICIk valley and in close prox- ell drove to Mumplon. Tho man pro- imity to Fernie. Mosnier, the new - cured a marriago license and niulo est nrrivai, is a lusty infant which nrrarcements with Uev. (j. .V. Hoss i>id f ii ,'i Iho passage of tho Orard Tru.i I'acific bill with a persistency wor [th.v of a iMvtler cause. Shortl.v nl terwards thoy became po.s.s.'ssod of somo 200.000 acres of Ciiiui.lian Parj ific railway lands in the northwest at a price much below the current market price. They then wont to Oeorge E. Foster, who during the period of OI forcod r.lir.Mii nl from public lilo U'caiih' niiinager of i lie l.'nion Trust Conipan.v. Tho .latter Co. had li�'eii organized b.v Uiot lead ers of the lnde|pendeiil Order �ff Foresters evidently for the piir|ioso ' of s|x>culatiiig wilh I.O.F. fiinfls.,. The mon in the trust deal included Hon. (feorge lO, Foster. e\-mini.s'tor oi Imance. Mon. Dr. Moiilague, ex-niin-istor of agriciiltuie; .lohn McGiilli-\aiy, ox-tory M.P.. IIhIkm'I lliriniig; h:tm, e.\-tory organizer, and several others of.jnoro or less unsnvory pol-Mical reputations. Tiiese were ; he uu.'n who look the ('.IMS. lands oil the h.inds of Fowler ine\-. a northwest more of the I.O.F. moiie.v than was nocessar.\' for the purchase of the properly for which tho loan was intended And these aivs tho nion who shout graft the loudest in tho Cattadian hou.se of commons and who prate mosl blatantly abgut tho vii-tues of the conservative part.v pn. tho. stump. AV AWFIL COI'OH CtflKD. -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Frsh and Salt Mats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON I "Two .venis ago our little girl had ja touch of ruieumonia, which left her ! with an awful cough. She hai'oachod in Calvin !^ is- oscaii.'d public iiotlr.. Iinil not ' Fo.s-I'er's training in the nesl of traitors" tnterfereil. CoMlamliiateil by their bafl assmial ions I'owler and Pope deilided I hut lh.-.\ would not divid',' the 'rake-dH " with their part nors IVninett and l.egiirgv.\-. lionnott. ard, Lafurivey began an action in tho courts at Toronto for an ecpiiil division of tho .S20ii,tHitl which was coming to the syndicale of four wilhoiM tho invest iiioni of money. Tliei-Klatement of claim was filed at Os-goodo h.all and the particulars of this land u.'al. to.gelher wilh the particulars of a new neist of traitors were UMidc public. This exposure by Mr. Hoss wii.s followi.tl by souio p.'rl iii.'iil imiuirios on Ihe part of the l.(t.F. oiliuials. l?;iliot II. Stevi'iison. supreme couii- he will proceed i|^ pursiiii of the Indians, in an elTorl to drl\e.th.'m i.ut : of the country. I.iist .vear these In-I diuns crossed the liocKies and con- i ducted a iiiiniber of liuye game r diricl- lern shipi- of the Ttockies is scarce, or of the irnioii Trust c.!iiii>.in.\ stnt- ,nd Ihe Indians hax-o on this .'iced that had he known he would iiev loiinl been forced to turn their at- of MARBLE : WORKS b.vteriar church last evening nnd the, , . , . ., . inombors of the congregation were I'''' ^" invesliiKnl | u,,ti,, ,, ^,,0 hunting grounds of trust funds in conneoiion with .i , this province, speculation in which c.irlaiii pnrtlos i ' indignant when th.-y heard, f hi.s conduct. Ho says that ho lojk long chance in endeavoring ti� I e iiiarri(>tl wlijle his ivife.'was alive but states that the hitter is dyifrg of consiiiniJil.on and cannot last very lunch longer. " ! were taking enormous profits \vi\h � j out tho investnioiit of n'single dol-. lar or thoir part. � The insurance comiu'ssion unoarth- Shackle toil Simp.soii Si Co. Manufacturers of Marble and (iraiiite MONUMENTS Wholesale niul Iletuil : NELSON.B.C: �Lioiitonaiit Governor Snowhiill .Vow llrunswick, has ivsigiied.j When the tip of a dog's nose cold nnd nioLst that dog is noi sick. ! J B.C. MOOH.K, LoCal Agt  ; Mr. ICckstein look>Kl alter his I case. Tho sitting lasted until al - j .lamos CnrriUhors of Montreal l.iis made an ofl'or to tho Provincial Oov- C, K. Hughes, an eminent lawyer ^lll Jjo llepiibKcan candidate I'or 1^ gfliverAor of Xew Vork. most midnight to cable tho girls UuZ''"'''"' "[ '^�^''^� /"'' '=>'' i got thorugh with thCr evido./e that I '^ |.a.'I.ame,t bniUiT.ngs j , '. , , , , ^ ; u. t which he lu'oposes to turn over free thov might go back to'� Spokane' , . ' . , > '. ,. , , ., ... on cond.tion that iIk land lie used without a longvr wait. Aflor tlwir , , . . lor that piiipo.io. H a�l.io'ins the examination was over tho case wa.i ^ Edmonton city limits on tho west, fpinandod to tho 0th Inst., on tho hoin,. , ,,||,, ^nd a half from the .0(1 another trans.aclion in which (he i.V fwveri.'ih ilry iio.se meuns sii knots i l.O.F. was putting up all the money with a dog. And so with the hum. j |:anid tho tory gang wore pulling dowr an lips. I)j\-, ('nuked iiii.l colorless rtiltho profits. The ubiquitous Geo. Fowlor was again IIio ring IcMder and a.sKociatoil with him wero Geo. McCormick nn ex-tor,v M.P., ciul several other well known consorva'- ivo po.'.ticians. This doal involved iict'fionul bail of the accii.sed. being a 111 lie and a half from corner of .iasp'er and l''irst. lips mean leeverishiiess and iiiv iis well ill-nppenring. To have iieaiiti-fiil, |iink. velvet-like lips, apply at hedliiiie a coating of Dr. Shoof -Green ."^alve. It will soften fi.wl he.il iui.\' skin altmeiil. fitteil aa thoy should be. Have * I the lenstm made for vou-to yonr measnre. Then yon may read when you like, where you like^ and as much a�you like, and yqja'll not 11(36(1 to turn or twist; ibe book, looking for eye ooinfort. Not a n eye pain or an aclie. ^ No closing of. eyes for rests ^ while reading, no headaches, no inconvenience at all. Today would lie a'ijood time to couunence to have your eyies looked after. Consultation is free, youknow -^any time yon call. No charge for anything but the glasses. IW. X Armstrong I JE-V^ELER >. > ENORAYiBIl 9 OPTICIAN. ' Agent for BELL PIANOiB Mi ;