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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay Range Keotenay Steel Ranges Burn all kinds of fuel MXIafys] London* Toronto .onrra.~W_nn.ptj Vancouvtr*SI* John HI IRRIGATION PROJECT SUICIDED NOT A NAN QUIT Cardston Will HonetM by Undertaking. Amorir.tii IVproMso\l After u Spree. Ho Shot ! >tr. Himself. ! Mr. L._ It. Stockmun, uuu I'.it. lOnginoors engiigiNl in the in it-' tor of construction of the St. Mary Canal-Just across the I iik-was in town Tuesday und from hliu �e gained the following \uiuut>lo und interesting Inforimition. The length of the now ennui will Ixj US utiles, starling from the St. Mary's I_tkes uml running into .he Milk Hiver Valley, east of Hnviv, Montana. The cnnnl will carry S.">0 cubic feet of water ]>or second ami where the cut remain* without nrti- (!��). .1 Kins, niter having been U"�. on a spree for nearly two weeks, took his life at the W. 1). Whitney ranehc, whore he wus employed as cook, last Thursday moMting. (loo. King wits known to noa** y everybody in ln. j too, but he Is believed to be on the will IK; lined up with concrete (uinoirle Coast now. (leo. King iv the floor of (he same will also be | ,.0iw,| remittances regularly from cemented. I if the latter case the door, his mother and he mink- a trip to will be only T feet wide ami carry I nnglund to see Iter eight yours agi.. 0} feet of water. Wheiv the canal | Drink was the bane of (leo. King's is 27 foot wide it carried 8 feet of j uf,, t\n soon as he gathered a M-water and yet tlie same volume is , tie money together he would go out ON STRIKE YEr No Sign of Settlement of , Trouble YetT Ferule obtained through the narrow con cretc1 structure bccntno of the increase in veloc.ty. While the velocity in the natural cut is 3 and seven tenths, in the concrete structure setts 'Is 8 and seven tenths The water is i intended to provide irrigation for ! 200,000 acre* of I a ml and the estimated cost Is said tn lie over on* million, five hundred thousand tlol- FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$|.A0 A DAY | lethbridge - alberta! Inrs. The land to be reached, as spree here. on a spree until he had spent all. Then he would straighten up and go to work. Drink wus rapidly undermining his constitution and after the last few sprees, ho became very iiwrose and It was told at the Inquest that after a spree some months ngo, he threatened to take his l.*fo. lyng went back to the ranch some days ngo after having been on a stated before is ,n the Milk Ulver Valley, east of Havre. Montana ' Nearly all tho necessary equipment I for the completion of this mainin.iih j scheme is to be shipped thro i;ih | Cardston which will mean much to the commercial Interest of the town The large steam shovel weighing i>."> tons, will be transported from Cnr.l- 1 talking. According to the evidence, givc.i by Fred A. Kwlng. who 0|>erate* the Whitney ranch on shares, at tho inquest before Coroner J. I). Iftgin  bothnm, King had been unstrung, sick end weak and wus continually talking about people pursuing him uml he thought he could hear then It On Thursday morning King pi-op-.tr-led the breakfast as usual and Mr. A rumor i-eachod the ledger lh:h afternoon to the effect that In consequence of an attempt upon the part of the. management at I.ethbr:dge to reduce the wages i�f the l\on-iuil jn men In their employ, nttd upon whom they depend for the very short supply of cool now being taken out, more than half of the men have-quit and will Join the union.. It is exacted that, all the non-tin Ion men will quit work and io.it tho union, as have tho others. President Sherman told a Ledger reporter that he had wired for confirmation of th>� report, ami has received a reply which confirms, the statement. (Ferule Free Press.) This morning the Fertile Fisw Press w.rcd P. L. Xutsmlth, general manager of the A.It. A. I. Co.. at Ix-lh-bridge, us follows: 'Is there anv truth In the rep.�rt that you have ivduced the wages of your men, that half of them have qu.t In consequence and that i.ue rest are expected to follow?" As wo go to press the following reply was received over the "wire: "Not a word of truth In it. More men working and more coal being produced today than any day since the strike started." (Signed) , P. L. NAI9MITH. Thus another canard is nulled. Some people make a business of storing up trouble by delilierately misrepresenting facts. If the harm they do �ns confined to themselves the result would not be so deplorable, but unfortunately in tho present In- OR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Mflce ~0?er OU'� Dirter Shop. tiouik-II:im to ISmiu noon; .T.00 to ftitM |�. m ;7:(Ml to8:30p. m. Office Night Ueli aiid Telephone W. V. SIMMONS Aclvooote, BnrrtBter, Etc. Ol'PIti:, . . SOITII.UID M.OCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property Michel, Oct. It>.-Tho strike si nation remains unehtuigod. KiTorla | have Ik-imi put forth by members of I conference between ollicers of the tJrowS Nest IViss Coal .company uurt | the local union to arrange for a the district ollicers of thu m.ner s \ union, which have, however, so far Insert a failure. A gvneral comatk.llee trout the locals at Fvruie und Michji was to lie present at the proposed conference. At a inv.vt.ng hold lint | Monday a tvllef couuivlitco was appointed and the minors ami their | families are now provided with provisions from the Trltes Wood Co. store here. About llfty men aro lie- Ing employ tvl lighting tl*j lire llt.tt ---- is still burning Vn No. 8 mine. The ! Drs. Mcwburri & Galbrtith iiWH are changed t>very throe or four I Phy�lcl�m SutecoM, A���MMn days to give all the. men villi f am-' Office-RixlpMh St. COr. Bwftlett. man. trunk uml l.uiKibivck. Many * ., ... ., _ of the men aiv leaving their families * >V Y' �pre�dlng the ,.P so.,,. horwH on the ranch*. King ru,no|r w' "ftv- taken tl* tr^ubl., to :s.v..k,I to In, all right when lie Mt. | Tn ^wn. may haw boon the wld- 'eningnf the gulf between tho dW -putants in our own industrial trouble. WHIPPED TMKF.fc: MEN. SAMPLE ROOMS IN r CONNECTION | ston to tho St. Mary's Lakes an improvised Itailwuy Track will no doubt take weeks to ;ic-cotnplish this uw font. The showl has a stationary engin.- within. which is MiilU-ient to propel it o\..i-|||e ivturmnl to the house �t 10 lo'-' level ground, but lor climbing ji ii-lotk. No one secmwl to ix abo'it bills a traction engine will l>.- >n i i,ut on walking to the front of the hand. The route to be takvu l>v ih.'i house, he was astonished to rtiil engine will !> duo south a coupb- \ King lying dead, w-ith a rifle lying of miles then east half a mill j across h.s shins. Ho at once notidcl | Michel Claiina Poasens.on of Champ-miss the hills, south two miles mil | somo lncn> wr,o wore across the river i ion Woman Pugilist, then west half a mile on to the i ,in,| proceeded to Unhbridgo to uot-main road. Mr. .1. \V. Woolf, M P. ' ;(y the polirc and the coroner. P. has already issued Instructions; pr c'ragg' examined the woun-ls to the road men to build u road j nn,| f,,lnj that King had shot hhn-; through llouifdary Cnvk for tho j ^.if through the mouth, the bullet i-oming out tin? back of his head, yhattei-im; tho skull and exposing the brain. 'c7:c >:o:c >; );oaoio.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.q.o.o.oa.q Deadman's Honey We Imvi! just receivetla larj,'e shipment of this dulicious r production direct from the Apiary. Every packageKunr>  mitml pure white clover. Prices 2Uc, 2oc. .'IUe, 75c, (Jnc, nml $l.l')"�. Also a full assortment of I Smith's Jams and Jellies These lire pure und exceptionally line flavor. sherlock, freeman & co TELEPHONE 2t XSX3X3rrrrrr 1 WESTERN * WAREHOUSE & | TRANSFER CO. lh. Railroad TransfurriiiK, Dray- * inn and Onneral Delivering. .eono of j o|iorution. The compou.v has tluve cars wh.rh cnrr>' nvo tons ap;oco and iifttvn tons of conl will K- haui'd over by a traction eiuriu,' i�v�*ry trip They have a wry lary;o excavator which will come this way. in faci. no far as any Inforimition ran lie ni>-luinvd at tho present tim-. far I-ston w.ll witness tho traiisuctiou of i all tho noccHsar.v puraplu-nalia j A warehouse �ill lie built by the ! A.II. and I. for the stor.n^ m r ml. ! cement etc. The site has alreiuly lioen selected at the Canlwlon stat -ion. A now gate will be placed in tho Inluruuiionul lloundury lino jnsi .'>i iitiluN i-ttht of ll>e present one. They will cross tho fhief Moiiiil.iiu I load" close to Powell's place. A bridgo wilt lio built across Konni'.ly Creek Just U-low I'ovvclls and :iNu one across the St Man \ Itivor at Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. lh,� ww n��t ..�!� Tn�i -itt�i>i>- l. _____ honor of Mr. fyrus c. |l.il>li the HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. proivci �n-*",vr f,,r Ul- 1 s ,h" Chief Knglnwi Sit. F. II. Newell arrived on Tuesday Uml I If will inspect tho work living done, the surroundings, comlltions, uml report the same to tho Director of Survey at Washington, l�.f. At the lower camp they .have soul.- Michfl. Oct. 19.-Michel has i.be distinction |�erhaps of claiming vliu rhumpion female pugilist of the Korole Free Press.-The striko .s now at the close of its fourth week and tho end Is not In sight. During the past week the situation ha.-i changed very Utile, and nothing of an important nature has orcurred. Wtu. Dickon resigned his position as president,of the local union owing to the agitation ot the radical wing against his action In show.ng tip President Sherman in the public press. Dickon's plea w-us that he had t>eon refused a hearing at the proper time and place and had to have recourse to-other means. W. II. Moore, leader of the sorallst party in the city, was elected president in his place. President Sherman has not ..ot taken the public .nto his confidence in denying or discussing the charges made against him by Dickon, and considerable disappointment has been felt hy his friends that he should at-' law the opportunity of vimlicullui; j himself to pass by. Another nuttier I which is the cause of much s|>oc,t - , lation on the purl of the public, and no doubt on the part of the atu-,|crs as well. Is the appurent apath..-L . while tttigen-d over a am-j UonN fmmM ,f 8hormitn ,, i Hy dispute, she ousted thr.-�! rvpr.* -,. lioath. ho sold, was in-|"> Dr$. DcVcbcr & Campbell Physicians nntl Surgeon* Offices- Ott block. TlioncUH. DR. B. JACKSON DESTI8T Graduate Northwestern Univt-rsily Dental School, Chicai'o. Office-Ott Block. Drs. McClure It Stewart 81ROEON DESTI8T8 Office-J. D. Higinbothnm's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. stunt .moons. A seurch of the house reveale�l two �nvetopes. aiklrvs-seil to his mother. Mrs. King. IS Sussex Gardens. Ijon-ilon. Knglnml und his sister. Miss Klnir. T HloomA'ld Avenue, S. ( , road, Duldin Ireland, l-iach enwl tpe ul  | li,w Mr �V|eken's statement .s re -a largo crowoplo who evidentf solving a good deal of conshleratlon ly enjoyed the s|�ectnolo. Xo Imnos.nml whatever may lie the opiirlon �.s were broken but %>mo of the com- ]lu hlH avtlon in giving It to the batnnts are sporting swelled heeds j �,u,,lu' 1,N voracity is not seriously as the result of too close contact1 attacked, with tho lady's lists. WILL SKND TO KATON'S J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - . ALBERTA. A. W. McVittie ............�� i has been indiscreet in calling this Dominion Land Surveyor strike, as the public generally believe ' ...., , ... . �. . ho wouhl naturally want to hide his ' ^ ,U ,,uvoto 1,,B cnl,r? tlme dunn* error from his chief tn the vain hope 't,,e vos in strict business ethics, ai.d The union oniclnls have let -, , tracts for the supplying of food du'r- ! ��K the str.ke. Many men are still1 leaving the cumtis �mi ! u . . � M'fw In Oddfellow*' Hall rver� Frl.li. that four or live litimlr.>.| j t!_T"'4w' ,CoTT- Uthhridgc. Lodge No. 8. spr�v. The funeral of the unfortiiimt. low took place on Saturday. fol ^HX �?cn numbered nccilon o Oomlnloo Lsidt In Mantlobi. Siskktchewka �ni) Albert* eicepUnr i ant M, not reierreil, mtf * somtMcaded by mj pcrnoa wbo I* ib* o � be*d of  famll/, or �nf male orer 18 jeam ot ne. is (he cxleul of one quarter hcciIuii of lot acre*, more or Icm. ..,, . ,, . . , ._.,,.,, Sn.rynu.lb. ni.de per.o..a.ly at tbe local, !$0� ,�uinns ttt work nl lth! |,roMt U land o8*cc for tbe district lu whlcb tbe land la time. These "biaves catching iho ttuwe. splilt of the t.mes, went on stnk� Tbe bime.ttader I. required to pcrlorm the , f - , Kl Ulvk Wl)re conditio** conceded tbcrewlth under on* of I �  thefoltowlocplan... j getting *a.OU per diem uo.l demanil- I. At lta*t month*' reatdenec upon and 94.50 they went buck lu work lor cultl��t!�n of tbe land tn eaeb rear lor: Ibree 1 �j kq jear*. . ��rt-%*"*'* 'I. If tke father (�r itntber. If the father u Mr* A* M* ta 1,1 KtuxTV* deeeaaeJ) of tbe bonu* tenter rvalde* ii|k)q a the lower camp while Mr. Itabb oxer-fariu lu Ihe vtclnlt* of ibe Und entered for tbe cities a personal supervision ove| m.t re>|iilrruienla a* to realilrnc-e maj be aitt*Ued ' ,., ,, .hi> i.,i.(>K llmi ,u, Vn-bT.ucbrcr�.m,e.l0..1K wuh i.ie laHier ur,CamP 141 th* UikW' ttm ,tt, ' ^! raoiber. eral su-iorvision over all the worK. 9 It U.e i-tilcr haablavcinnanent rtHldenee The eng.nvering force consisis ol upon firmlne. land owned by lam in ihe vlcln- L.IEnt incn vllu some US men hard Itj of bl� boineatfad. On- requlrcmcnte a* to . , , , , , ... -i,t,i realdence mar be aatUlled by reatdvnee upon llt work llowni|,K brUKh 1,10 ri�IU Hieaaid laud. away. At the Uikvs they have a hu muutia* notice in wrliln*. *hould be jl�eii sawmill, planer and complete lum-to the Cuininlaaloner ol Uomlnlon Land* ai1. i . ... _ .n. Ottawa imum.au to appl, for �"t�i bC'''ng ttml C,AUW �M threaten an uctunl proposal, he suld: "I am not a marrying man. at least not at present. You have cows and things to soil; I have goods: when 1 want a wife, I shull send to Raton's for one. just as you notv send there for the goods I earrv." Thutsottled the argument - Cumberland News. FIVK-YBAR-OI.lt CHILD FROM ALCOHOL. D1KS (Calgary Albertan). A horrible tragedy is rojtortod fioin Dlackfalds, which resulted in tho death of a Avo-y�ttr-old hoy. named Charles Hte|meuson. Tho evhlence of the faihor at tho inquest tolls the story. He testified that he had purchased a bottle of whiskey on Monday. Oct. a wife, five daughters ami one son �th. and on going to bed^had placed it under hi� pillow. In tho morning 1 can sell you lots now in Tabor for $100, that will bo selling at $200 in � month's time. Good Farming Land for sale *1k>. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estuto Agent Tabor. AlUi. One an i one half miles below the lakes tin--. have a dormitory, a mess hall. a private rohidence ami an enginj.-r's vf) pj^pj,. jjKK LKTICUIHDfli** ho took a drink from tho bottle and olllco. They also have in course if ______ orertion. a trtuhlo, blacksmith sh",.. \ j.; llumphrles had a iivoxt �n-und a eoiaplele water-works system loyulil.. trip to tho north lust week -puniping-for the acconuwwlat.on ||0 went as far as Chipman on the of the residential atal oilko bu.ld- t'unudiun Northern, east of Bdiiam-''BK | ton. where ho spent a day with Mr. The canal will lie known as St. Mary Canal-tho iMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANKJUIAN MANt'FACTUBER CHOICE ANDIE3 AKES B EST READ UNS City Bakery r.C. Coohe. Prop. Kirkpatrkk, former C.IMt. station agent hero, lie imports Mr. Kirk-pivtrick being the chief mogul in the place. He still hits a high regard for lethbridge und fished to lie warmly remembered to friends hare, i Mr. Humphries says all the Md common upi's -trophe being omitted. A telepnone lino is already bialt from Drowning to the camp-a distance �r thirty-six miles and a mile line is una hoing strung over tho canul. A general Interest prevails on this'. i^thbrHlge people ho met. still cling side, with regard to this grout i.n-'.to the opinion that I-Jthbridgo dertnking awl what it may mean to the i.i.si place in Alliorta. The Im-I The voixllet of the Jury was ,ts those who are dc*k-ndii�g upon isses in that [follows: "In our opinion ('harles .waters of the HI. Mary's Hiver for lvtlilii-idge is going to bo a big cen-thttr irrigation in tho eastern set-|tie. Mr. Humphries says proportion-tloments. Contracts were culled lor{aloly us much building is Itoing done tho early part of tho year but see-1 here us in Kdmnnton and far than ct any other point. went to steep again. When callol some time later by his wife, 'the child who had slept in the same IavI with him was drinking out of tho bottle. He took it away from the 'l*oy, corked it. und threw it under the 1r�I. Witness hud his breakfust and went to work. During the forenoon he wus sent for by his wife und us soon as ho reached homo he telegraphed and 'phoned for Dr. Simpson. The doctor arrived al>out noon and remained until eight or n'n*.' o'clock at night. The boy died about is half past five next morning. The I m ' probable have u I ready gone. Tho C I'.K. are bringing In two cars of coal per day for cou.'.ng purposes So fur there has not l�eon any serious shortage fur domestic purposes, but there is no certainly of the supply keeping up. The (liunby smelter, which lieforo the strike was securing from three to four hundjr*i4r~lons of coke daily from the V.S.V. Coal Co.. will not he forced to close down, as Manager Hodges has urrunge,-un to question the pupils on their last lessons, und asked: "Who led the children of Israel into Canaan?" As no one answered sho looked from boy to boy. At last her gt�w> reste-i on the new boy. He started guiltily und sold, IxUwoeii sobs: "It wasn't me. honest, teacher. I just moved hero last week from Pernio." W. Bonnett, M.o. C. V. Bennett, Kcc. *ec WILLOW ERANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Meet* In rdufellow*' Hall e er� aeeund and fourth Thuraday. VIhIioi* *l�*,. _�lco�r. Mrs J. Stafford. Annie Davies Kcc. kcr. M. 0. George Rogers LUMBER Tho Old Rcliublo Yard Nortli of Freight Shvd Widest Idee Highest Grades Lowest Prices --YARDSAT- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buy LigEUrwhere. ing that only one bid was received they rejected the sumo und are n -ing on with the work as a govern mont jobf However, tenders \\NI lo called for again during the early part of ,tho year and those who desire to do so will be given a chance of putting in their bids.-Cunlston Star. Stephenson died through misadventure, the cause of death bong acute alcoholism oauwd iiy drinking rnoro.u quantity of whiskey. Wo uttuch ;no blamo to. anyone." l.'IO Ill'SHICLS TO ACHK. (Nanton News.) James .Molvin threshed 1300 bum- .lessn Knight, a well known Mor-'inon residing at Provo. Alta.. has rionated ftOO ucres of choice farming land in Southern Alberta, to the els of mats last weok from tor. acres (now agricultural college of the |lrtg-un average of UIO bushels to the ham Young university.-Winnipeg aero. 'Free Press. Mid 11.1. C.VDKU AllltKST. Former Oenerul Munager of Ontario Bank in .Inil--Prerf.dent Cockburn Huh Also IVcn Summoned. Toronto, Oct. 17.-On a warrant issued by tho Ontario government Charles Med ill, late general malinger of the Ontario bank was ur  rented at 3 o'clock this afternoon bv detectivo McKay at his room in the King Kdward Hotel. He is charged with making.false entries-during the past two yours. Ho took his arrest quietly, remarking that he was ready to bear thn penalty for what he had done. A summons was also issued against president 0. R. Cock-bum of tho Ontario lank. LETHBRIDGE Conservatory of Music j, Geo. Hari-eb. Director DEPARTMENTS Vocal, Violin, Piano Theory, Mandolin,. Banjo, Guitar, Woodwind, Brass Instruments, Chorus and Choir Directing, Physical Culture and dramatic Art. Special inducements to Mandolin, Banjo, and Guitar students who enter before Nov. 1st, 1906. Studios over Ms Not Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Klni-o the bu.lding strike wuh 'Jet-tlod in Culgur.v, building ha* been proceeding with renewed activity. I^urge w\\ wluilesulo buildings aim being begun every day. It .s expoct-od that the htilltKng returns for th. year will exceed two millions. ;