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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 3 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1908. NUMBER 44. CALL BELLS AND AT LAND To Be installed in New Public School Enormous Crowd, Estimated to Have Reached One Thou- To Relieve Congestion At Westminster School (From Tuesday's Daily.) sand, Swarmed Around the Ah All Night Attack on the Best Positions Near Entrance VABNAIS DID NOT IMPLICATE WIFE Charged All the Shooting to Bissett, the He Told His Story in Court The new school will be! McKenzie Roy have- the contracts public equipped with up to date electric call installing both systems, also for >_, i their maintenance at S85 a vear. bell and lire alarm systems. This, Ta relieve the congested condition (From Tuesday's Daily.) Different estimates' plan: that she did not file, ut was The rush at the land ofl'ice today in size, exceeded even the expectations. The number, at the office at o'clock by the officials was decided upon at a meeting of the Qf" "school the chairman bese'iged by homesteaders oi" making applications to pre-empt. When the office closed yesterday af- of. the building and sites committee cou-j 'will see if a suitable place for a class i from this school can be secured and l all day yesterday j at from live-hundred to upwards who were desirous one The crowd, however desirous L desirable place was vyry will report on Sept. 4th. Mention terrioon probably twenty-live or ttuc-j quiet. Probably the presence of. four jwere; school board last night. The call bells are or course nected with a clock so that the bells j will ring in ail the class rooms i was made ol- Westminster Church as V werir turned away. However the'redcoats and, two city policemen had multancoudly thus having.equal study. the place for this pur- Approach of the dour was effect: throughout periods throughout the school- In addition to a three inch bell in j each class room and assembly there will be twelve "push buttons to j to take her turn in of'line which was about i Hughes was at the office when it clos- yesterday but "revi iwc he- out. She desires to pre- the quarter adjoining her pose. cated- Men The principal's report showed the 'a room'following attendance this term. were .anxious to secure anrl were quite wi'l- Centrat School: Miss Robb, 30; control the twelve class rooms McKay, McClure, 42: I Miss McDonald, 17; Miss Addy. 33; .pendently from the principal s room. without a attain theireud. night's jvst to the crowd were Another lady, number of hujl.or-1 drove in this morning ists who managed to take away aii north of Taber. i fifty i: She wa.-s foru'n of the anxious expressions on faces. ate than Mrs. Hughes and is ly waiting yet. Her object is to file By seven o'clock about eighty men! Shortly before, nine two had formed in line prepared tc- make ed ladies appeared and much to the on a homestead. It is said that many of the hoinc- The clock together with the installa- j Miss Preston 28, Miss Nimmbns 42, the best of the night and ware kept credit of the men, were to isteaders" are not aware of the new .vr -J- in 'excellent good humor by the up to first positions. Miss bharman 40. Mr. Brandow 3o, I i I A nartv from W-u-ner Wrned onlvon _ -t l-i r ilia M-fViiliI 1-it-T Tt-r .i n m f -Hi It- n t: m-aflo 1 1 Krk J rUlti U IlCl llt-U VIA. tion of the system will cost .Miss Bennett 16. Mr. Morgan Mr. thtXt the raoirou uould am' to _ _ vlth all haste to the scene of the Mr. Vadnais, the injured man in the" rouble. It was dark but by the as- affray. the next witness.'. He istance of a lantern he found Mr. told of his attempt to put Mr.'Bis- Vaduais lying wounded in the Hen- sett out of the house -and' said that Mrs. Vadnais with a B. "threatened him with a knife, and. calibre revolver in her hand near when he returned with thfc club and: yy. ruid Mr. Bissett with his gu'n was going to enter, Mr. B- shot him. ocketed. two had been arrest- He turned and fled to the searched, and their weapons tak- yards from his house, changed ,his from them. When approached Mrs. mind for Hendry's, the- rtnais had said "1 want a doctor nearest neighbors. Mr. B. chasing hinr or this .shoot to protect my- toward their ranch. When part" way over he fell to the ground with his The guns were placed hi evidence, arm partly under his head. B. was each-, having one cartridge discharged shouting to him to come back- While big .ft'and a 32 calibre small on the ground he was shot again.- >ockct pistol. when he again got up and started to The constable brougnt all of them run for Hendry's. The house was to Cardston with Mr. Shaw's assist- locked and Hendry said to put him" ancc, placing Mr. Vadnais in the care in the granary and he. was carried of Dr. Stacpoole. who was the next there" ITcntlry, witness called. But before falling 'to the ground' He described the Rounds, stating he had grabbed Hendry-and -tried1-to that the bullets had passed through hold him between himself and Ms the right forearm just above the assailant, but Hendry jerked .away wrist and the other had struck the and grabbed Mr. B., causing Medicine Hat, special meeting senting ior the ol a res- LORD STRATHCONA'S AGENT Montreal, Sept. Turnbull, Lord Strathcona's representative in there should be a little more concen-! Montreal, died yesterday of pneu. tration of responsibility in reference monia, aged 67 years. to the work on the streets. Steps! ____------------------ to obtain this end will be taken. Drive. Rheumatism out of the- blood The secretary was instructed to ask -Q, ghoop's Rheumatic Remody the Band to play this evening in-' and see how QlnCkly pain will depart. Ald- Huckvjilc stated that the prop- stead of Friday evening in view of jRuh.on'd never did reach the real the visit of the editors. j Rheumatism isn't in the j skin. It's deep eonstitu- MORE MEN AT FORT WILLIAM j tional. Getting rid of the pain, is all, what counts. That is why MEDICINE HAT STANDS BY IRRIGATION SCHEME AlcL Huckvale Declares There is Nothing Wrong With the Southern Alberta Irrigation Company He Belittles Criticism of Politicians third left -fall to the ground -from num, had glanced and lodged in witness said Mrs. 'Vadnais picked it muscle of the 'arm from which it had; up. been extracted on the moruing of the 25th.. He identified' bullet pro- duced by Corporal Miles. The third witness was a French As it was near ton o'clock jji the evening, as counsel for the accused. Mr. Xolan asked that Mrs. Vadnais "be released from custody but ]VIr. Jus Canadian who did not speak English'tice Belcher could not see it that o an adjournment was had until way. but ruled that he would com- 7.30 in the evenincr. at which time mit both for trial and allow Mrs- Miss Stewart of the Public School Vadnais ,a release on ?2.000 bail and staff, was induced reluctantly to act would hold Mr. Bissett in custody. as interpreter. The same evening Mr. and; Mrs, The witness had seen the first shot j Vadnais with their children departed fired and knew the details of the-be- for the ranch. ONTARIO NOMINATIONS i__Thv folloivin'1 nominations for the Connnons took J place on" Saturday. Brant: J. H. Nunan, Conservative. Peel: E. G. Graham, Liberal, North Essex: 0. E. Fleming, Gonservative. GOOD FOR VANCOUVER Vancouver, Sept. ing the supposed slackness in real estate, Vancouver registry returns for July are the greatest yet. The build- ing figures of the year to date are one million dollars in advance the same period last year. of olution which will be found appended Southern Alberta based on the i-hich anv Fort William. Aug. carload of men arrived today to work Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy in the shops and round house. It is by word of mouui irom one to an. claimed that over twenty of these- are oilier. And heroin lies the popular, competent machinists. Several of ity of this Remedy. It, is winning de. thf men a-e ready being Tablets or movod to Winnipeg. Liquid- Sold by J. J. Johnston. osition of th at cost, and may be obtained without delay. Lethbridge Branch C. G. K. Nourse, Manager This particular proposition had been used by one political party against, another, but politics had never tasen allowed to play a part in the council of Medicine Hat and the first duty of the members was consider the interests of the city and of the dis- trict. The welfare of both hinged on one the same thinp. WiUit was gnod for one was good for the other, ft was largely in consequence of its having been made a. political feature of the day that the Southern Alberta Company's scheme had been blocked to a very large wcv.Mit and it had been thought that a res- olution passed by the City Council of Medicine Hat would strengthen the hands of the Minister of the In- terior in dealing with the matter and enable the company to on with the work. Some two million doMars ITALIANS FOR. THE CROW Montreal. Aug. dreds of Italians swarmed around the labor dt-partnvnt at, C. P. TV. headquarters this morning, the news having got a broad that laborers were reqnired. They wen' engaged wholesale a IK! will leave to- night on special train.-; for the Crow's Nest, division, where they will put to -work on the company's property re- cently devastated by the big (ire around Fernie. witn the southern Ajherta Land Co. so that the heavy work on the ditch- es could be gone on with at once, and employment furnished for large numbers ol" men in this district this full. Aid. Muckvalo stated the! as a rancher, he might he regarded as being a little prejudiced when he cluiiwd that the success of farming in this district was doubtful without witter, but he was' satisfied that with irrigation it could be made a safe and paying proposition. Mayor Cousins said the rea- son for bringing the re-solution be- fore the council lay in the fact that Mr. McGregor was not letting the contracts, as some difliculty was be- ing experienced in making certain changes in the district which was to be irrigated, nnd the mem- Is Marketed Inquiry was made from the ditTere buyers as to the amount o this season's wheat marketed to A conservative- estimate places :hc amount at 105.000 biidhelo. Both miiis arc running at their full capacity. The Taylor mills of their flour locally. They bought 'one load of '-his year's flax: for which they paid 90c. per bushei. This load was marketed on Aug. 21. This company states that they re- ceive numerous orders for seed wheat from Dakota. Besides their local trade the 131U- son Millis have shipped one car of new flour to Norway, one to London and are now: filling orders from B.C. This mill is turning out an average of G.IO barrels per day. They are This Land must be Sold The Prices speak for themselves and I speak for the land by saying that it's A 1, and that land all around these pieces are selling for acre Here is a chance to get in like the fallow who came two years Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc. bers were anxious to do anything expecting a. carload of new oats from thi'.v could to stre'igtlK'ii Mr. McGreg .Raymond today, or's position. There was no doubt that a groat deal of the f'lturc pros- i :l wh''n sick ones dru" the stomach or stimulate the. Heart :vud Kidneys That is all wrong! A weak Stomach, means work Stomach nerv- es, always. And this is also of the- Heart and Kidm-vs. Tin- weak norvt's arc instead crying out for help. This explains why Dr. Shoop's Restorative is promptly helping Stomach, Heart and Kidney The Restorative reaches out for ilie actual cause of these, failing "inside nerves." Anyway test the, Restorative 48 hours. It won't cure so soon as that but, you will surely know that help is com. ing. Sold bv J. J. Johnston. perity of the city and district de- pended upon the establishment of this irrigation proposition. The com- pany was a large and a strong on.; with pleiity of capital. Afoiiriy would undoubtedly be made, hut if money was to be made the land would have to hi- converted to some use anrl ser- vice nnd would become a great, bene- fit, to Medicine Hat. and therefore the city should do everything pos- sible to the works established. The Mayor further stated that Al- dermnn Spencer, who was absent from the meeting was Sn perfect ac- cord with the resolution. W.Half of Sec. 24.11.23 at per acre cash, or at cash and balance in 4 equal annual pay. ments. RAILWAY Sec. 8-10-24. A great section with a railroad through at only per acre, with terms to suit. W. R. Dobbin ILII. MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS ;