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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootefiay Range Keetenay Steel Ranges Burn all kinds of fuel London* Ibrenlo rrttHWiHiiMg Vancowcr-SI'.JolHilLA BRODIE & STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS {tlK Boiel HtMm FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. ^ 6000 ACCOMMOOAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC I3(CELLENT CUISISE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY IlETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I IRRIGATION PROJECT *E0- KING SUICIDED Cardston Will Itoneftt by Umk'rtaking. Aiiu'i-k-.iii i lVl'l^^sSl^l Aftor a Spiw, IIiin!K>l(. Ilo Shot ROYAL V HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Jrvinc & Lemon, - Proprietors Rotts $1.S0 and $2.00 per Day SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Deadman's Honey We have just received^a luif^e shipment of this delicious production direct from the Apiary. Every packageKunr>' auteed pure white clover. Prices 20c, 2oc, aOe, 7oc, 95c, and $1.G5. Also a full assortment of Smith*s Jams and Jellies These ore pure and exceptionally fine flavor. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 �WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. ta I I Bailrofld Transferring, Dray-' ing and General Delivering. ] [ ' Coal Delivered Promptly. . J J HAVrOATS SAND AND i STONE FOR SALE  lOooooooooc.oQOO'aoooooccocooeooooooac AGENTS FOR I McCormick&Cockshutt 1  Machinery  Webber f ' and Adams Wagons *.' Canada Carriage Co.'s lluggies. Etc. t J. F. RODGERS | 'Phone 63. Manager. J Synopsis Of Canadian North-Wcst. nOIWeSTEAD REQULATIONS. ANT trea nuroberetl arcdon o oomtnton L�i4* la Manitoba, SaiikktcbewaB and Alberta eseeptlng t anl la, not rcierred, mtr k� konaateaded by any pcraoa wbo la tbr ao:� bead of  family, or any male over 18 ycara of ace to the extent of one'()uancT�cc(>un ol ICS acre*, more or lea*. iD'ry Bual be Tnade peraonally at tbe local land off ce for tbe dlalrlct lu wblcb tbe land la altuatr. Tbe b'>nieateader la required to pcrfora tbe eondltloaia conceeted tbcrewltb under ona of the tollo�lo( plana.: 1. At laaai als montba' reildence upon and culttratlan of tbe land tneaeb year (or: tbrcc yeara. Mr. t,.. It. Stovkiiiuii, uuc ui' kin.-t'.S. I'JnK'Dcers etlgn8lc^l in thv iii >t-tcr of construction ot' iho Mtiry Canal-just across tiK' liiK-�"as in touti Tuesday and iroin him "o Sainod tlic (olIowinK valuable' and .ntvrc9ting infornnation. The Icng-th ot the new canal svill 'X! iia mil�.s, startint; from the 3Iary's Lakes nnd running into '.he Milk Ilivcr Valley, cast of Itavro, Montana. The canal will carry SoO cubic feet of winter per tKCond and where the cut remains without urti-fical aide or bottom construct I'jii. will Iw lilH-Hl up with concrotu and the floor ol" the .'iauw will nlso bo cemented. Iirthc Uittor cusc the (loor w-ill be otdy 7 fivt wide and carry fl.y feet of water. Whore the canal �8 27 feet wide it carried 8 fwt of water and }x>t the same volume is obtninett throtigh the narrow concrete' structure bocuusc of the increase in \ioloc.'ty. While the wloo-ity in the natural cirt i.s 2 and seven tenths, in the concrete .structur.? is 8 und sevxm tenths. The water is intondwl to provide irrigwtion for 200,000 acres of l.iml and the es-timatLH] cost is said to be o\ipr on," million, five hundred thoii.sand dol-I lar.i. The land to be reached. as I stated before is .n the Milk Hirer Valley, east of Havre, Moirtnnn. Xenriy all the necessary cquipm.-nt for the completion of this nvamm-ith schent" is to be shipped thro-iyh CartJston which wUl mean much to the commercial intercut of the town. The larg� steam shovel weighing i>3 I tons, will be transporleil front Cnrd-'ston to the St. Mary's Lakes o\er Ian improvi.sod Uailwuy Track. It '� will no doubt take weeks to .'ic-'coinplish this one feat. The s-hovcl I has a stationary engines within. ' vvhichis suHicient to propel it ov.;;-I level ground, but for climbing jf ! hills a traction engine will be oi> I hand. Tlio route to be tukx>n by th.' 1 engine will be due south a coiii)lo iof miles then east hall- a mill to miss the hills, south two miles an J ^then west half a mile on to the jmuin road. Mr. J. W. Woolf, Ml*. I P. has alivady issued instructions ; to the road melt to build a road I lhroutj:h ilouirdary Creek for the purpose herein before stated. The coal for the project will lie shipped from the Lethbridge mines and taken in cars to the scene of operation. The coni|>�iny has three cars carr>' five tons apiece and fifteen tons of coal will l>e haui^d over by a traction engine every trip. They ha\-e a very large excavator which will cohie this wny, in fact, .'io far as any inforniivtlon can be ol>-tuined at the present tima. Car 1 -jston w.II witness the trun.saction of all the necessary paraphenalia. A warehouse will Ix; built by the .\.R. and I. for the storing of caal. lament etc. The silo has alrwady I liecn .selected at the Cardston stat -: ion. A new gate will be placed in j the Intentalional Boundary line just i 3i utiles east of tlie present one. They will cross the "Chief Mountain Uoad" close to Powell's place. A ' bridtpe will Ins built across KenneJy I Creek Just Ixtlow I'owcHs and also one across the if t. Marys Itix-cr ut the now post ollice called Uabb' in 'honor of Mr. Cyrus C. ilabb the j project en^iicer for the I'.S. The Chief Ensr>nd on Ti*csday lust, lie will inspect the work Ijoing done, the surroundings, condt't'ioiis, and report the santc to the Director of Survey at Washington, D.C. At the lower camp they ^ave some 800 Indians at work at the present tiinc. These "braves " catching the spiitt of the t.iiies, went "on stnkn for more pay" la.ft week. They were gotting 9ii.OO, per diem and dcnianU-94.50 they went back to work lor 93.50. Mr. A. M. 8pigg is in charge of n on IV spree for nearly two weeks, took his life at the W. I>. Whitney ranche, where he was emplojwl as cook, last JTiursday moaning. Goo. King wus known to nea- y eveiylxKly in I>?thbridgie. 11c had been in the country since 1882 nnd Lethbrjdgc knew him nearly th it length of timu. He was a wvll cil-ucattM man, alwut o hero, too, but ho is bclie%etl to be on the Pacific Coast now. tSeo. King sj-cciwd remittances regularly from J\is mother and he made a trip to fhigland to -see her eight years age. Drink was the bane of Cieo. King's life. As soon as he gatliered a little money together he would go out cm a sprue until he hud spent all. Then he would straighten up and go to work. Drink was rapidly undermining his constitution and after the last few sprees, ho biccania very Hiorose and it was told at the inquest thot after a spree sonw ntonths ago, he threatened to take his l.fe. tj^ng went back to the ranch sonio days ago after having been on a spree here. .'Vccording to the evjdonce, give.i by Fred A. Ewiiig, who o|>crates the Whi'tney ranch on shares, at the inquest before Coroner .1. D. Higin -botham. King had been unstrung:, sick .Tnd weak and was, continually talking about people pursuing hiui and he thought he could hear then talking. On 'i'hursday morning King prepared the breakfast as usual and Mr. Kwing loft at tt.30 o'clock to round up some horses on the ranoho. King soemt'd to be all right when he Ici't. He refurnetl to the house at 10 io"-clock. Xo one socmcd to fee about but on walking to the front of th. Iiouse, ho was astonished to rtn;l King lying dead, w-ith a rifle lying across h.s shins. Ho at onc� no>tiflc>l some men, who were across the river 'ind proceeded to l-othbridgc to notify the police' and the coroner. Dr. Cragg" examined the woun^ls and found that King hjxd shot himself through the mouth, the huMot coming out the back of his head, shattering the skull and exposing the brain. Death, ho said, was instantaneous. A search of the house revealed two �mvelopes. adilres-scd to his niothei*, Mrs. King, 43 .Sussex G�rdcn.s, London, England and his sister. Miss King, 7 BloomiVctd Avenue, S. C, road, Dublin Ireland. Each envelope contained note paper, but, nothing hadgvr this afternoon to the olTcct that in consequence of an attempt upon the part of the inunugoment ut I.,ctlibr:dge to rciluce the wages oend for the very short supply of co��l now being taken out, more than half of the men huve^juit and will join the tmi�>u.' It is cx|�tH;tcd that, all the non-un ion ntcn will quit work and io.n Iho union, as have the otiicrs. I'rosldont Sherman told a Ledger reporter that he had wired for conflimation of th'i report, and has received a reply whit* confirms the statement. 3. If Ike rather (or irntber. If tbe fatber 1h deceaaej) of tbe home leader rcaldea upon a ' the lower camp while Jlr. ilabb exer- TRY AN Electric Massage OrShamp AT THE Hotel Lethbridge Barber Shop Most Up-to-date in town II. pbiest PROPRIETOR f�riii In the �lelDliy of the Und entered for the i reqiilreiaenta aa to realUence may be aatlaned Dy aucb pcrai)n reildlni; with the fafher or taother. 3. If il.etcttlerbaablapctmBnenlrtsldenee upon (armlnc land owned by him Id the viclu- ' Ity of hla homcatead, the requlremciita an to ' SAVE MONEY NOW - - I can st41 you lots now in Tabor for 1100, thnt will be selling fit 1200 in a month's time. Qootl Fanning Land for sale , > ^ W. F. RUSSELL S..^pxSXgr(S�)rS�^ Tabor. Alta. OKE ^ Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker ; T. W. HAMLAMAN MANUFACTUBXB cises a personal su|>ervision ove| itiu camp at the Lakes and also a general suiKsrvision over all the work. The cng.itecring force consists ol tight men with some 25 men hard,Te7..i.nc7by"�.";drce"on.'^t ^O'" ^'""''"K ^'"^ ibeaaldlaud. away. At the Lakes they have u Slimouha-notice In wrtilngahould be (tlven Law-mill, planer and complete luui- ra^?onntrr.;^p^"r:Ln^^..... W. W.COBV. on" half miles below the lakes tin;,, Deputy of the Mlnlnier of the Interior. 1 have a dormitory, a n�ess hall, a private residence n��d an engiiia-r's olllco. They also have in course of erection, a �tab)o, blarksnVHh shoj', and n complete water-works sy.stoni -pumping-for the ucconiimodation of the residi^ntial and ollice build-; ings. Tlw canal will be known as St. Mary Canal-4.hc common upos -trophe being omitted. A telcpnone line is already built from Drowning to the canM>-a distance of thirty-8t.X miles and a 25 miil� Unu is now being strung over the canal. A general interest prevails on this side, wrth regard to this groat u.-i-doKaking and what it may moan to those who arc dcjMnding upon ih-.waters of the St. Mary's River for thttr irrigation in the eastern sot-tlemonts. Contracts were called for the early part of the year hut seeing that only onc hW wos received tliey rejected the same and are j-o -ing on with the work as a gmvcrn inent jobf However, tenders wUll l.o called for again during the oarly part of ,tho year and those who d(>-sire to do so will be given a chance of putting in their bids.-Cardaton Star. DKATII AT MACLEOD. (From the Advance.) The death occurred at the General Hospital on Monday morning at about six a.m., of Jas. Carruthers, who had liecn suflering for some months from consumption. The deceased vas 5!) years of aga, coming west in the early eighties. His rcl-atiN-esat Toronto. FATHER OF MRS. J. F. ROOEUS Mrs. .J. F. Rogers was sununoncd to Uiandon on Saturday last, oving to the sudden death of her father, .1. C. Kyle, a respected citizen of that city for over 20 years. A. Winnipeg despatch says: Wm. John Kyle, aged 62 years, (ited very suddenly last, night from heart lailuiv. Dcoeafied was an old resident of this city and up to tlie time of his death lias enjoj'ed 'good health. He had just returned from a walk down town, and had gone to .'nilk the cow when be was seized with severe (wins in his, tmck and e.�-pirc result would not be so deplonAblc. btit unfortunately in the present instance the result of sprDading the runtor we have taken tin* tr"t�blhrieN hud a ntost lU-ioyable trip to the north la�t week Ho wont as far afi Chlpman on the C'aitadian Northern, ea�t of Edinon -ton, where ho sfient a day with Mr. Kirkpatrick, former C.P.R. station ugcnt hero. 'Hie ivports Mr. Kirkpatrick being the chief mogul in the jdace. Ho still has a high regard for Lethbridge and vlshed to Ims warhil.v remembered to friends hare. Mr. Humphries says all the -�ld Ix>thbridge people he met, otill cling to the opinion that Ijclhhridgo is the best place in Alljerta. The impression everybody possesses in that Lethbrilienson. I'hc evidence of the father at the inquest tells tite storj*. He testified that he had purchascil bottle of whiskey on Monday, Oct. (Kh, and on going to bed htad placed it under his pillow. In the morning he took a drink from the bottle and went to sleep again. When call�i some time later Ijy his wife, itho child who hod slept in the suinc iwl with hint was drinking out of the bottle. Uc took it away from the iboy, corked it, ami threw it under tJte bod. Witness had his brmikfast and went to work. During the forenoon he was sent for by. his wife and as soon as he renchod homo he telegraphed and '(>honed for Dr. Simpson. The doctor arrived alraut noon and remained'until eight or n'm: o'clock at night. The boy died about half past five next morning. The verdict of the jury was .is follows: "In our opinion Charles Stephenson dl�l through misadventure, the cause of death hong acute alcoholism caused by drinking u quantity of whiskey. We at'tucli no l>laim to, anyone." ON STRIKE VEr No Sign of Sfttlcmciit of Fernie Trouble Yet., Michel, Oct. in.-Tbe strike si-Uiition rennvlns tutchungvil. ElVorls have Ijcen put forth by members of wonference betwei-n ollicers of thu Crow's Nest I*�ss Coal,company ttnd the local union to arrange for u the district oHicer.s of tho iik.iier s union, which have, however, so far lH.H>n it failure. A gvtwrul coinunittee from the locals at iViuic und Micliji was to be presentt at the proposed confcrc-ncc. A't a moel.iig held luai Monday a ivlicf conunrttco was appointed and the niiitcrs ond their families are now provided with provisions from the Trites Wood t^o. store here. About fifty uien aru Ijc-Ing employed fighting tl�g fire that is still burning ^n No. 8 miiiie. 'The tiiet|. are changed (;very three or four days to give all the. men vilh (ani-ilics an even chance.. .\bottt 40 per cent of the luiiners have already left camp to fiiul employment at Colo-man. Frank and Luiidbrcck. Many of the nwm a�v leaving their fantilios here intending to. return us .soon us the strike is settled. Fernie Free Press.-The strike .s now at the close of its fourth week and the ond is not in sight. Duriitg the past wx>ek the situation has changed vcrj- little, and nothing of an intportant nature has occurred. Wtn. Dicken resitfiied his position us president,of the local union owing to the agitation of the radical wing against his action in tip President Sherman in tho public press. Dicken's plea was that he had bcin refused a hearing at tho proper time and place and had to have recourse to-other means. W. H. Moore, leader of the socalist party in the city, was elected president in his place. President Sherman has not ^ot taken the public .nto his confidence in dcn>4ng or discussing the charges made against him by Dicken, und considerable disappointment has been felt by his friends that he. should allow the opportunity of vindicatiug himself to pass hy. Another matter which is the cause of much spoc.i -lation on the part of the public, and no doubt on tho purt of the ;i*in-ers as well, is the apparent apathy of President Mitchell. Has he boon fully acquainted with all^ the facr.s connected with tho srtitke and what is he going to do about it? arc questions frequently astaed. If Sherman has been 'indiscreet in calling this strike, as the public genomlly believe he would. nattirally want to hide his error from his chief fin the vnin hope that a settlement might be inade be-' fore is w-as discovered. In tho meantime Mr. Dicken's stutcinent ;8 re -ceivjng a good deal of consideration and whatever may be the opinion us to his action in giving it to the public its veracity attacked. The union officials have let "-on tracts for the supplying of food du.--ing the Many men ana still leaving the camps and it is not improbable thnt four or five hundred have already gone. The C.P.R. are bringing in two cars of coal per day for coa.^.ng purposes. So fur theiv has not 'been any serious shortage for domestic purposes, but there is no certainty of the supply keeping up. The Granby smelter, which before the strike was securing from throe to four hunjii^rfnons of coke daily from the C.N.P. Coal Co.. will not he forceu'fk-11 ;(W to It.iM noon; .1:00 lo 5:00 p. �> ; 7;U(l to 8:30 p. a. Office NiRlii Uell aud Ttlaphon* W. C. 8IMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc.. OFFKi;, - - SOl-THARO DI.OCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property, DR. G. G. GRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SUROEON Office-Ofsr Hlg:..lia*bsai*s Drag Star* PHONE Offloel25 .' House94 Dts. Mewbum & Galbriith Phyilclam SHrseoni, Accesclian Office-Redpath St. cor. Buidett. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2~Hp.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.80 to 3,8U p. ni. Telephones 41 and 53. F.H.MEWBURN W.S.GAI.BilAITB M. D.C. M. M.D.C.M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell PhysicitinB nnd Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Plioue 148. DR. B. JACKSON dentist Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chicat'o. Office-Ott Block, Drs. McClure le Stewart 8uboeon dentists Office-J. D. Hieinbothani's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND . ALBERTA. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to layinf; out iimr towns!tes. Contract piiuel oa appUcatton. iSrOffice at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Lodge Ko. 8. Mrrta In Oddfellowa' Rail ever* Frtfla* �.vetlug at'.:�!o'cloca. Vlaiime bretbrcn aie alwa*a wrlcoae. W. Bennett, M.G. C. V. Bennett, Kec. aec WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 MrelRln rdufcllowa- Ball e er; aecitiid and rourtb Tburaday. Vuttora alwaya welcome. Mrs. J. StaMord. Annie jDavies � Bei. tec. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed Widest I (ice Highest Grades Lowest Prkis boy (Cranbrook Ilerald.j The nwekeKt Wind of a little joined the Sunday school class in the Cranhrook Methodist church. He did not know the other scholar^i and appeared, ai^rvoufl, half scared, und ready to cry at any second. The teacher, hotvovcr, treated him kindly, and the lessons proceeded without an outburst. After a short readinij of the lUbli^ the teacher, fwgun to question tKe^pujiils on their las't lessons, and asked: "Who led the children of Israel into Canuin?" As no one answered she looked from lK>y to boy. At i^t hor gaze restivl on the new boy. He started guiltily and soid, between sobs: 'It wasn't nin, honest, teacher. I .iust moved here last week from Fernie." YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. SHRUNG TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Oar Stock Before BuyijgElsewhere. LETHBRIDGE GoDsemtory of Insio j. Geo. Harpeb, Dirwtor McOILL VSVKn AHREST. Pormor Oenoral Manager of Oiita.'i.i Bank in Jail-PreiXdent Cockburn Has Also Ileen Summoned. (Nanton News.) Tamk's :uelvin threshed 1ict-cd that the bulUKng returnn for thg year will pxcccd two millions. t r ;