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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r- H'aoryi Au Kootenay Steel Rmnge wearing parts are made extra heavy Kootenay Ran?e London f Toronto- Montreal Wjimipof-Vancouver'StJohnNJ BRODIE & STAFFORD A WEEK IN THE STATES SOLE AGENTS \ at ReftI JWlMfltOH i FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISISE BAtHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY ILETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rotot $1.50 m4 $2.00 per Day FREE BUS MEETS 1ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION COOL AND REFRESHING Rowat't LemoA Squash, Rowat'a Lime Juice Cordial, Rowat'e Raspberry Vinegar^ Caley's Fruit Drinks, Lorimer's Lemonade Crystals, AU Good and Wlkolesome SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TEIXPHONE 21 �.................... ; WESTERN WAREHOUSE & ; TRANSFER CO. Lfc. I ^ Railroad Transferring, Dray-  ing and General Delivering. I Coal Delivered Promptly.   ' i HAY, OATS, SAND AND | STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR { McCormick&Cockshutt | Machinery '.' W�bber v X and Adams Wagons *. X Canada Carriage Co.'s X Buggies. Etc. ^ J. F. RODGERS Phone 63. Manager DRAYINC All kinda of Draying and Team work done promptly. EARL KIRKHAM Central Boot & Shoe Store E. HENSON Lethbridge, Alta. Synopsis Of Unadian North-Wcst HOMESTEAD REQULATIONS. AMir even niimbereil scctloa o Dominion Land, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, eaceptInK a anl K, not roerred. ffltj be boneateaded by an; peraon wbo la ib-aole bead of a fanitlj,'Or anr maleo*er 18 year* of age, to tbe exten^of ooe-qaarter accilon of 100 acre*, more or lea,. Kn'r.T must be made peraonaUj at the loeal land oBlce (or itae dlatrlcl In whicta the land la Itiiate. The homeitteader Ih required to perforia the condltlonit conceded tberewltb under one of tbe rultowlog plana.: t. At least s'x months' residence upon and cultlratlon of tbe land In each year for^ three years. 2. If the father (or nr other, If tbe father Is deceased) of the borne teader resides upon a farm In the ylclnliy of tbe land entered fur tbe re Fall.s, was partially biiniod. Tlio 96,80O insurance covered thi> loR.s. The Spencer Orain Co., of ncopolis, wvnt into voluntary bankruptcy. The debts aro unknown. The assets consist only of one ele -vator. valued at 135.000. John Van Slyko and fK^orgu W. .Tones, prominent business mvn of Williston, and E. E. .Hazen, of Lan.s-ford, wcro arrcster � inn heroic deed. Miss Fronces Sinunons, an Octtor-oon of Osttkis, whoso mother and step-father uro white, coiremitted suicide with strychnine because she could no longer emiiirc incessant nagging on account of her color. She was persecutetl both at hor.-e and outsMe, it is said. Mary E. Loiselle, of New Canaila. Ramsey county, announced herself as the Democratic candidate for county superintendent of schools. She will have no opposition for the nomination. St. Paul is not included in Mrs. Loiselle's bailiwick, which com prises the seveti country precincts. Rev. Oeorge B. McLeod of Truro, Nova Scotia, declined the call from the Cootral Prcsbj'terian church . IOWA. A. n. I^ng. arrested at Grinncll on the charge of having conunittod a murder near Perry, Ok, In lOOJ., escaped through the connivance .)f his sister and flancoo, aided by the careleasnMs of the guard. Boyd Deickman, a young man living near Titonka, was shot and seriously wounded by Mrs. Li/zle Wol'o Deickman went to the aid of his father, tvho was in an altercation with Mrs. Wolfe's husband. The woman flred when she saw young n�ick-man was getting the lictter of Wolfe. She was arrested. Itod blooil Ims existed between the two famiMes for some time. . � MONTANA. ,1. T. Carroll, the millionaire lum- boriimn of Butte and Spokane, con-victcil of illegally fencing public liinU was sentenced to jail for Ul hs.,'i.'s and finiHl 8700. (iov. Toole honoiwl the ren of the governor of Illinois li.r .'.us. K. Millnn, a barU-r under im.sl al Uiitte, vlio was wantcrv'�l tlh! .s*il-oon of .Vick Maronlik at ll^'letia and comiHjlled him to give up 8^00. -M-ter helping themselves to drinks and itigars' th," visitors h?ft. The next night the bartender of another saloon was ticld up for 82.'i by pro-sutmvbly tbe samu pair. The Anncomla Real lOstatc and Insurance Agency o( Anaconda,which did a general banking ami trust busi ness, was closed l^y the bank examiner. Tht� liabilities will range from S.'iO.OOO to $100,000. M. .r. Fitz-patrlck, head of tl>e concern, die.l a lew �o in a fixtght car near Snowdcn, was, it transpiretl, inurdere� after they had beaten him to a pulp because he tried to pirt them off. WISCONSIN. Harry Harley of Barron, was iiit to pieces by.a railway train at Clarendon. His watch and money \cd of the river at the St. Croi.\, Falls dam found a clearly defined \ein of copper crossing the ledge on which the dam rests. Michael Olbrttch assistant proffts -sor of oratory at the state univer -sity at Madison, was drowned in a lake there while bathing, being seiz-etl with cramps. � The construction of the Chicago & (From the Review.) Northwestern railway's million ilol-lar bridge is imperiled by quick.sand No 4)rogress has been made for several months. George Reynolds will plant sever-til hundred acres near Rice Lake loi peppcrn>int. As hig4i os �250 has been realized from the oil takenfrom an aoi� of this plant. Jame.4 Gorman, iha}-or of Kenoshu and Eugene J. Huck. engaged in a very fierce fight In a down town hotel, Huck is said to be uTibalan-ced. and his troubles with the 2kfaiyor imaginary. Doth were badly bruised in the encounter. While Mrs. George Cooper was picking berries in the woods, near Boll Center, she was shot through the head and killed by a neighbor who was hunting, nnd seeing only her hair above the bushes, took l>er for a squirrel. MStchell Nonan, wife aftd grandson were overtaken by a severe storm while er, who is a Republican. iigtircs that e%'er occupied the trahs- Mi.ssouri field, died suddenly of heart failure. He was recently defeated for Unitetl States sQiiator, vnich hastened his death. Remarkable changes in the .''exus oil fields are ascriMKi to the Chilean earthquake. Scientists and gvolog  ists sity the movements of the earth have oi^neii new channels for the iiiuiienso stibterranoan reservoirs of oil. (tnd that, the fields within 100 miles of the coast will soon be exhausted. Lieut. Ii; the manufacture of tires have h-t'n i^o convince�^ of the British association and '.ln! industrial world has been e.iger :'>r it ever since the motor car ani bic.v'.lt trades threatened to exhaust the supply of the natural articio. The proposed substitute for ri)l>-ber is obtained, it is stated, by treating any cereal with pryalin, a chemical substance which .i.'ts in solution as a ferment, turtiiivg llie starchy iiuUter in grain "into d '.v-trose. Another chemical is u-el in. the process to check ferma aiid Rex, high-diving elks, which had .been pierformlng at a-musementr park at Spokane. Wash., fought a battle to the death. Rex lieing killed after a terrific conflict of twenty minutes. The r^ylor Park Mining Co.. � Colorado corporation capltaHjied at �S!5,000,000 was placed in a receiver's hands in Boston. It wns charged that the company was hopelessly insoU-cnt and owed $213,000. The Standard Oil Uo. took s'ops toward acquiring ownership of nil the principal distilling plants in the United States, As tisuaf the Ston-dard used threats to attain its end when distillers choose to sell out. Edward Rosewater, editor of tlio Omaha Bco, and one of the greatest RICH COPl'ER FIND NEAR CARDSTON. Cardston, Alta., Sept. .7- Wliat may po.SKibly turn oitt to Ims a very important discovery to this part of the country has just come t3 liuM, viz., the discoverj* of a fine'lead o cop|�er mixed with gold. A .v�il known prospector, .T. H. Van I'eli, has for some time Iteen tryiii;; out the rocks in the mountains near the lioixicr on the American side. T.ast year he found copficr, and sevf.ral veins were brought to light rimiiing In one direction and everything pointed to the fact that If followml these would run together. 'iW-'-rtt -ions were started again this spring and with greater rapidity than was expected the lead developed so tint now there is in plain sight some of the richest copper ever seen v.ith rn admixture of gold and, silver. The fifKl Is on Kennedy Creek which r-tn* into the St. Mary's river just iw low where the large dam is to be btiilt by the U.S. government. The location of this mine is about 25 miles southwest from Cardstonwhich Us the nearest point for supplies etc. Work will be carried on this prospect all winter and it is possible that, developments will take place that will astonish ewn the most sanguine. For some years copper prospects have been worked in this vicinity but this is the richest .'Ind &'ct nnd how rich it is difficult io compute, but expert reports place the value higher than the novice is willing to grasp at present. NEWS IN rNUTSHELL Ulcsl News ortkc WorM iii SRwt (Mcr. The branch Ro}-al Bank in Calgary. will open a Hugh Mc(3arvcy, C. P.R. section foreman diml at Creston, B.C. (!ini injuries received at the hands of Lachlan Bruce. The MacDonnell Dominion Gttirn-mcnt survey party, which arrt>'ed tn Edmonton, brings a story -ter of trade and commerce. A lively time is expected at tho next sitting of the Ontario log/sNit-ure. A conflict between .\dum Beck irCnistcr without portfolio and Hon. Mr. Cochrane, minister of mines, over granting of tho lease to (iio Xor-thumberland Durham Power Co. �.t Healey's Falls on tho Trent River. Mr. Beck's resignation may ttU w. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUOH REMEDY ACTS ON NATURE'S PI.AN. The most sticcessful niMlicinea arc those that aid nature. Chamtorlain's Cough Remedy acts on thin plan. Take it when j'ou have a cold and it will allay the cough, relk�ve the lungs, aid expectoration; open the secretions and aid nature in restoi^ ing the system to a healthy con -dition. Thousands have testiflod to its superior oxcellonco. It counter -acts any tendency of a.cold to result in pneumonia. Price 35 cents. Large size, 50 cents. For sale b.v All Druggists. Office-Ott Block. Drs. McClure tt Stewart SURGEON DENTI8T8 Office-J. D. Higinbotham's new block. Offica 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 Laud Surveyor Will devote his entire time during tbe summer to laying out new townsites. Contract prices on application. t9'Offioe at the Coaldale Hotel. Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2, 10./SDC^O.?. Meets tn Oddfellows' Hall ever; Frldi; eaiog kt T.aoo'ciock. VIsKIiik Mctbtca sic Iwsye wtlcone. : W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett, �. o. Bee sec vnuLOvr branch rebekah ijodoe, no. 2 Meals la Oddfellows' aall e er; aeeoad and fourlh Thursday. Vtaltora alwsya welcome. Mrs. J. Statford. Annie Da vies M. o. Bee. ice. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yaid North of Wreight Shed Widest ruce Highest Grades Lowest Prices NEW INSPECTOR AT CARDSTON. Major Belcher, Calgary, was gazetted Inspector R.N.W.M.P. in succession to Inspector McQInnis. deceased. O. L. Jennings, of Toronto, will be appointed inspector in place of Inspector Irwin of Canlston, le-tlred. SHEEP INDUSTRY CRIPPLED. Medicine Hat District, Once Flour -ishlng Sheep Raising Section. Now Importing. POPULATION INCnmSES. Bngina, Sask., Sept. 4.-The time is rapidly approaching when thia section of tbe coiintry will have to