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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I hi ir'n r i mm 11 H. L. Stephens Mad Rockcndorf J # Whore you oorne to the Me- X 1 tropolls stay at the ! Palace! iHotel 1$1.00 pr day Opposite .P.R. Depot Stephens * llockciuloi-f Proprtef.crs Calgary, Alberta NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers �MFD1C1NK MAT. 1  � (Protn tliu News.) F.. C, llroekclN, who has lieon noeled wlili tin- local branch ol linlnn tlnnk fur tin- |>usl jvur ti'itiiHfi'l-iiKl Id Frank lusl week. i-'OII-l lull 11.'� K.s F.ci'd succeeds llilll iis lollgcr-kl.Vp'T >). II. Mi'Iamii of ihf Morchlunv Hank. Ciilj>iu-\ , formerly of Mvdiciuc Mill, has ln'i'ii nppninli\l innn.vger >f Ihi' l.otluo branch til' lluil '.nut Kill inn Medicine Mill's i\il lighl ilisl-iei was tvlpld nut hi' existence on Friday Inst. An ofllciul hroug'hi the  ntliMs from l-itliiiontoii which ii inil so ipii-klv that .Iih� 8 i  C! lazing (i raining W. M. BARBER. Painter ami Do corn tor Carriage Painting a six-cially Knlsoui i n i ng Pai>crl in n�i ng KHUN IF.. (From iIn- Lodgi'iv; Pernio is \or,v ipiiot ami oior.t. nl.. is taking tho situatioi phiht-. I'l'rv .tilt, ami hoping that Iho -.1 r it  n-.1 not last long. So far tl.e p-e lie ai',' concerned, a spirit ... ii. ".tiuii ami moileiMiion prevail, n. . i-ih siilos of tho controver-.y. on i it is hoped that this iiii.ii'........ > ii .� nliairs will coMnii-' t> *.iio oil.' of tho trouble. There are nliout Dm tons tif coal available tor tile power plant at Coal Creek. It will take itlmili -IO tuns u day to kvp tho light plant going, hi that if no more coal is lo lo had. iho light plant ciiu not run for mor  than Ion ,�'f'fxt*� j iIh- l.oaitl. ami vlsit.nl Nova Scotia. _________ , | While in tho old province. Mr. Pai- lelsoll attended the meet >ug of Iho annual contention of the Xnvn Scotia Provincial Workinei.'s Axsoeint ion and aflorunrds some lift -en lo-.il socielios or liiainHies oi that old. r Mr I'atttMsou's iitissioti was to pin- lief ore this soi'el > the pl'opns't ion t o alii (ati> with the I nil.tl Mine Worker', ol America. Tho mailer was tak oil up and discussed in the limned snriet les. and I lion loft in the hands of the general convention (or 111- * I disposition ne\i yvar TOWN LOTS! ------- | Hcsitli'iitial Lota in Hlocks ^ $ "C" anil "F," Apply to * H. MACBETH Tt�>al Estate ami lusitniiic-c. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CAI IIOUC UMIUCM. Sumlay Services: - Low mass, 8.:t0 a. in.; 1 | tilt; VOsp.'fH. 7.:it� p I'ltily ServiceH:- M�ss U an a in. Father Van TigltPin ligh in. ST. AI (if STINK'S CMl ItCM. i Anglican ) Itev. .1- S. Olivers. A.K.I'., Heel a Iti'v. Mat id .tones, II. A , Assvlu.il MuIiiih at Jl a. m. Sunday School at aim p. m. I''.voiim�ik at 7 .'in. Coli'lualioii of Holy Communion - 1st Sunday in Iho nioirtti, 8  m (I'laln), nut I II a. m. (Choral ) !iinily Mntinu nnil Kvonwong at �.� u.m. anil 7.HO p. in. ST. MAItV'S MISSION'. (\o. Sunday School at !�.im) p. m. Kvoiisoiig at 4.U0 p. nt. WKSLKY MI-.TIIOHIST CIIIHCM. Hev. .1. K. Miighson, II .\ , l'aslor. SiiikIii.v Keriices at II'*" a. tu. ami 7.�0 p. m. Sunday SHioot and Ililile Clans at .'! p. iii. l'rnypi' Meeting. \Vinguo, FWdnyH, at 8. Skead mill .loan-soli, oi ( algary. Is-ing the lint, r-Those gonlloinen cam  up to Mosiuer a f'v days ago, saw the pro|�oity and put down siu.imii to close ilo-� I.'nl. Mr Skiiol is a pt'iiiiiineiil lumU-rmau and Mr Johnston is ,.n ;ag slated last week all i lie evi-' deiiie couuccled with tlh' spiriting .i�at of Hi, t �n Spokane girls ttli, . lo answer to the charge of -.iierip-tii.|; lo olistrucl. prevent. ai, i -feat the course oi justice. Mr. Kik-slein was employisl as counsel |,\ Winnie Simpson and I lie prosecution claimed thai h.' tool, certain '.lle^al iiiensiires to get t lie i tt o chief wil-nos'so:. for Iho prosecul ion oil! of the niillltry. Tho case was hoard before t'lty .Magistrate Whiuister on Mini -day evening. S llerchmer was n slriicteil lo act for the crown, ai.il Mr. Eckstein looked niter his own case. Tho silling lust.si until ai -most midnight to unable the girls to i gel thoriigh willi Mu'-r evidei/'o that j they might go hack to ' Spokane 1 without a longer wail. After ih'ii' examination was over (lie case was Hotel on Momluv changed luilitis, Mr. N. Mclnnis, the former pi'opi'icinr, liaving tlispoKod of Ills interests to Moosrs. l-'owlor .v Klood. j Threshing is now in full swing in : all pni'is ol tht' district mid tlx' iv-j purls of the returns iliivl niv com - | ing In are very gratff.ving. t'lf 'f J 111.- best yet mines from tlio Pish- ! burn ttisli'icl where Messrs. Matw - , Held A Doio'm crop of fall wheal 'Hi 1 Hummer fallow' turned oul (10 linslieis j lo the aero and Iho whole crop oi | tviieal will nvernyv .*�ng on section Hit and his crop is nwratring -"> bushel.s lo the tlcre. The sample is a fli.v one. GET RICH QUICK Scheme Followed by Some Toty Leaders. (Prom Ni'lson. II.P., Vows.) Ottawa, Sept. 2D.-Pooplu who live in glass houses should not thrn.v slones; noilher should tory polHIc -Inns with records peculiar.y lllel'-own Is'coliw tho chief critics of .their successors. During the ren'nl se^H -ion of tlio Dominion purlin ni-'iil (loorge Eujas Poster shoiileil graft until he tiecnino hoarse; he always woiv a |boller than thou all* ntld was continual!*, pointing his flugor of scorn at the occupants of Hie treasury benches. The bellicose PowK"'. of Xow Hrttnswiek, the wasp-Ilk. llonnott, of Ontario, and the usually lauih-like Lefurgey, of Prii.ee Mil-ward Island, were tho echoes of the man who nfler having lieon driven from one province to anolh.-r now proudly answi'r.s lo "(he honorable member for N'orih Toronto." Tliis quartette of graft hunters took lulvantago of every possible op IVler llytui ami dohn HIvfcHls. Tito ptirchiiHe prliv was about $.170,000, purchase tho various proirorCioH, tlta money hnving been given to Fowl or who in turn settled with Hyim tinrt 1 Shields. Hut Shields Irarning in i sonio way that S'J'J.'i.OOO wivs ivdvan-l citl to imrchnse the property, nut-: urally came to (lie concltlston (hat | his pin I tier Hyim was holding out the dilTereiice between this amount j and .Ml 70,001). So he enlensl sail ; against Uynn in the II.C. courts for I a proper account ing. Uynn, in Rlv-! ing evidetice al the trial, swore that j ho had only ivcivod the (irst am- j mint, the balance, S.Vt.Ooo. long re-j lained liv Fowler. Again Mr. SteV-j enson. the chief counsellor, got busy in an elToil to prolecl the funds of' l lie I tl.F. ngaitisl the raids of thi) frenzied llmiliciers and he emphatir- j ally doclarod before Iho Insurance! commission: "We have been swimll'l! oul of Sofi.noO and the sw'.ndlers will have to nccoiiitt for ll." There is still another interesting, I si-delight on this tviiinrknhlo tnuisnc-i I lion. When it was apparent that i these shady transactions wore lioifid .to lie revealed. (Sen. McCorm'ck.vha , portunily ami crealo.1 a greater \ ''.v lit number of opporlunities to fas:.-n on i the I i Una I loaders I be od.iim of gralt. Sil'toti was the main taive' way irt nliout the most decent tory in the bunch, got from iiitloi'. Mo resigned as manager of-4h Kam-Imopm Lumber Co . and aivepttsl a mw tm of mama Wo aro now propnretl toolTor for sitln butiiutsd and rMkluiwel lots in the Now Town ot Warner on tlio Alberta Railway, 80 m\m{ sonlli of Lftlibridgc. This is the most proinisijig new town frtf Southotn Alhortti. U is tho cmilrc of a Inrgn aron of ferlilo nRr1�|j cnlliirnl IuihIs. Tho topogrnphy of tho "onntry on either fcftfbj ulono; tho I'ttilfoml iimkos it tho most acoesible business centre. -Itf will (.-ontrol ubsolntfly the trade of u very large territory. 100,000| ncres of land tributary to Warner have Ijeen told this summer to over 4(X) American furiuers, n large number of whom will becoBfa!inak(!. riieca will run from $100 to 1200 for business lotsantl from $2.*i lo $7.*>for r(>sitlenoo lots. Write , ' g O. W. KERR CO., 1 LCTH BRIDGE ALBERTA or apply at their offices in the Southard Block. A. L. WAUNEU Proprietors- O.'W. KERR CO. CARDSTO.V. (From the Slur.) Hell large gong of rolephoii' are Majfralli and Cardslon compose some 17 men .re-selling poles and otherwi-h pairing the long distance line. The contract for tho now Mouse was awarded to S. D. Ion A; t'o. Thus Cardslon co- linemen on the working iH'itv.vn The gang and they :ne i. - �pMU' o'rs have the pleasure of I. work al homo. Mr. Percy Morris, who has I.e. a working for llistiop Marker ;\nl iy shattered several reputations. The electors of Canada w isely placed these tory politicians whore they if it r  iv e. l, i. 0 All Buggies and Farm Wagons Will tt mU il COST FOR. CASH TO CLEAR 11ALANCE OF STOCK BEFORE SNOW FLIES l.o P I TAIIKII. I From Herald's Correspondent.) The threatened strike has pass..I ami the niiiiers aro all al ttork and harmony i a dollar mi the part of these worthii*s; they made enormous , I'lolHs out of s|H'ciilat ions made with I.O.P. money, and what is more glarii.g still, through ra:i'-e Colonization scheiu.'. by tvh'ch Poster, while minister of nuance, paid a bonus of aoine 8IO'"> per lw�a�l for the settlors which th's cold wal'r company plat\'d in the northwest Mo also outlined a laud deal of more recent origin in which m.t unit w -iv Fowler am^ Lefurgey and It. mi 11 in tel'estisl but also Itllflls l*o|ie e\-M P.. aid Conservative loader of (ju �-bee. In the days v hen the Or.iii.l Tina!. Pacific railway hill was leioiv .he railway coiiunltt.s' of the boiee ol iominous. Pope, Ftiwler. It unci! Irf'furgey and a few other cotiser talive members cotnbined and f u 'i  he passage of tho Oral d Tnii Pacific bill with a pel'sislenct wor thy of a Ii��t1er cause. Short It ai terwacds I bet beraine poss ksisI o. .Old a few Wtvks later his wile, who appeared in delicate health joine I him al the village, she renin me I-unit a short tune and Weill back to lloston On Suturdat last, Saverx ami a young In'l.v named Miss |. >w ell 11 rote 10 Hampton The man procured a marriage license and m id� arrai genieiils with Itev. (,. A. Iloss to liate their marriage |ici(orin.tl in i he evening Itoss was a t villi* suspicious that all ttas not right, so he telephon.'il the .lining woman's lath or and also not died Slierilt Fnv/o. \l seven o'clock Iho couple cam  to be married. Iml Mr. Iloss delayed the ceremony iimil the lather ami hherln arrived. Then Suvery was laved with eloping ami charged w 'h nl tempi ing to commit bigamy. his wife slill being alive, lie adliiit'ed this anil left Hampton for St. .I ,1m while the .loimg woman was .vi.t hoiii-'. Saivry. with lite uliiiosl n.'ite. said nothing about llis llit of the In  linns, in an ellori to ilntc ih.-inoin of tin- coiinirt Last tear theso Indians crossed llie lloil.ie- ami conducted a iiiiinbei oi liiij..' gam' drive were aware m mid take steps ai ii l-ifurgct U'gan an action in lite , u, ilnte ili.-in mil Willi these In conns at Toronto lor an e.pi.il div- .lians the bum i- for fond, ami .v- j.'r.tlliiiiM oi i he game lino is meat for ll.e tt oiler in their eyes. The training in the iu-~t ol Halt illlerlel'ed i ml ,i in na le,l bt bad a-sinial ioii~ Low h r mil . t.-t .. t.-i I that lilt would not ilivid'.- ill.) lake oil w Hi i heir part , before the aulhonn liers llemiell and U'gurge.i IUi'ties of I Ic ICamloops l.unihcr comjiany. The original vendors included Messrs WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS eyes. consi'ipieni e is that i hoy lery thoroughly strip the game from all the distil, is thct oieiTiin For several moiills past the passes through the Itoikies leailing 11.1111 Mliella llllo norl he.ist Koolen.it hate lis-n pa -i rolled, b> deputy game wardens, elms., instructions were to kis'p tho Sloii.t Indians out ol_ llr.lish Pol-uiulii.i |�iiel>. howeter. the watch kepi on the most northerly passes was i-elavisl, and it is supposed the Indians hate taken advanlago of this fad to elder (.nine on the ens-tern slope of the Itockies Ik scarce, Hi- - and the Indians half on this count been forced to turn their lout ion to the hunt ing grounds this province. nl- of KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shack Icton Simpson Ac ranitu MONUMHNTS Wholesale and Kctail  NELSON,B.C.:  MOOHIC, Local Ant  Lii'iiteiiaut (ioieruor Snow lull New llriinsw ick, has resigin-if.| When tile tip oi a dog's nose ' old nnd moist tlinl dog is not sic! A fis-verish dry nose means sn kness with a dog. tud so with the hu'ii an lips Pry. Cracked and colorless lips mean feetcrisliness and are as well ill-appearing To hate heauli-lid. pink, teliel like lips, uppl.v nt bedtime a coaling of Dr. Shitoi ~~"'~" l!i\s.n Salve. It will soften nnrd ho-i! All Itilllb of Oraj'illg mid Tt'lllH 1 .my ski,, ailment. Ofi a fee. t,-i ,i Work given prompt attention; also! box al our store, and be convinced \(). [ Uttl��t! Hay and Oats for sale Large nickel cappisl jars, 'J.I con's. , j Draying and Team Work For sale by ,], D. Ilig'inbolham Co. mi 1 A. BRUCHET When You're \ Getting Classes I tiet them right. ITave them litted as I hoy should be. Have the lenses mndo for vol- to your measure. Then yon may rend when you like, where yon like, and at much iih yon like, and yqu'll not need to turn or twist, the book, looking for eye comfort. Not an eye pain or an ache. No closing of eyes for rests $ while reading, no headaches, no inconvenience at all. To-duy would bo a good time to  commence to have your eyes  T looked after. �  Consultation i* free, yonknow  -any time yon call. No charge for anything but the glasses. |W. J. Armstrong f JEWELER ENQRAVEP OPTICIAN. Agent (or BELL PIANOS " ;