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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta A WEEK IN THE STATES All Koofenay Steel Range wearing parts are made extra heavy Kootenoy Range London Toronto* Montreal Winn i pof  Va neou vtr *S t.J ohntUJ BROD1E & STAFFORD MINNESOTA. A liattlc royal between the doo ami Oreat Northt�rn over tho Crosby tounsite lin|RTi(ls, Joseph A. Shophartl, former Minneapolis member i)f tho logisltvt.tiv, tiled at his home at lxmg Luke. The Utile Kails house, nt 1 .It I Ik Falls, wus partially burned. The $0,800 insurance covered the loss. Tho Spencer Clruln Co.. of Min- lieriimn of Hut to ontl Spokane, colluded of Illegally fencing public bind was sentenced to Jail for ill hu'i/s and fined 8700. tlov. Toole honored the iivjui .linn of (he governor of Illinois ii.r .!;ts. I''.. Mlllnn, a lmrlH>r under an.si .1 Unite, v ho was wanted 'it tlti'es  burg. Ill . on a charge of burglary ami grand larceny. Two masked men entered the saloon of Nick Maronlck at lleMia and ncapolls, went Into voluntary bonk- cotu|Hr. Snoop's lllieu -matte Remedy v 111 if faithfully used drive it out of the system. Its the blood that's at fault. Poisonous crystals,like sand get Into the joints and muscles. Dr. Shoop's Hhcuma - Forty tramps took possession oi round burned almost to a crisp in a j tic Remedy prevents this. It drives Lehr, which they held and terroriz- flight car near Snowdon. was. | ROYAL * HOTEL I TABER, ALTA. 1 Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day ed for twenty-four hours. Help arrived from Kulni, ami the hoboes were dispersed nfter a fight in which several men were wounded. Frank A. Jerome was run down by an nuto in Minneapolis and died l.n 2-1 hours. The. auto was driven by IViler Mar, a saloon-keeper. who was charged with manslaughter. Fred W. Schwnnke. a St. Paul boy jumped from the Northern l'nciilr bridge at Ilismarek, to the Missouri it transpired, murdered by tramps. | Fellows was riding on a car of mer-'hamlise. which was filial by the tramps after they had beaten him to a pulp liernuse he tried to put them oft. WISCONSIN". Hnrrv llnrley of Ilurron. was on to pieces by a railway train at Clar- rthcumntism from the blood and then Rheumatism dies. We recommend and sell It. J. I). Illglnbothnm & Co. HUIIIIER FIIOM WHEAT. Important Substitute for Natural Plant Discovered. The Invention is reported in (he English papers of a new substitute ondon. His watch and money vere ; for rulrhor. which ought to bo of in-river. 0.1 feet below ami rescued Miss | missing, ami foul play is suspected. | terest to this part of tho world. The Hugh MctJarvoy, C. l\lt. section foreman died at Creston, 11,0. Pi m injuries received at the hands of Lnchlan Itruce. The MueDonnell Dominion 0� "jrn-mcnt survey party, which urri.eJ in Edmonton, brings a story if gold discovers! In the Peace Itlvcr conn  try, which, If they answer to the surface indications, will put tho Hand to shame and make the celebrated Homestead or Treadwell look like the proverbal thirty pieces of silver. , A packing Co. has been orgnnl'Avl on an extensive scale at Moose law A malhln test for glanders was required by the British government to l>e applied to the horses recently purchased by the Uritlsh remount commission In Alberta. Not the slightest reaction is shown, proving conclusively that there is no suspicion of glanders in any part of Alberta. On Thursday of Inst week the record of all the Pass mines wan broken by the International Coal' ns lot coal. Silver has been discovered in Unl-iburton County, Ontario. f HYSIC1AN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE )f flct-Ovsr Ott'� Barber Shop. Hoar*-11:00 to 19:00 noon; 3:00 to r>s a.m., 2-11 p.m., 7-8 p. m. Sundays- 2.JK) to 3.30 p. m. Telephones 41 and M. F.H.Mcwiu'kn W.H.Gai.draith M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. Workmen cleaning the lied of the inventor Is William Tredfall Carr of river nl the St. Croix Falls dam ' Wembley, England, who has patent-found a clearly defined vein of cop-j ed an artitlcal rublier made fro;i\ per crossing the ledge on which the j cereals. It is slated that a. m .idi -dam rests. 1 cate of capitalists interested ii; the Michnel Olbntrh assistant profes - j manufacture of tires have It-en t-o Mabel Atleson, of Cleveland. O whose boat was capsized. Schwanke received 'a purse of $2o0 for his heroic deed. Miss Frances Simmons, an Ocltor oon nf Osakis, whose mother anil step-father are white, committed SOr of oratory at the state univer suicide with strychnine because sho slty at Madison, was drowned in a could no longer endure incessant lake there while bathing. being seiz nagging on account of her color, ed with cramps She was persecuted both at hot. e The construction of the Chicago & j prophesied at the recent mei>t!n^ of ami outside, it is said. (From the He view.) I the British association ami ihn in- Mary E. lxilselle. of New Canada. Northwestern railway's million dol- I dust rial world has been e-iger :'��� it I Kamscy county, announced herself as lar bridge is imperiled by quicksand j ever since the motor car nuJ hie.*-.!* ! tho Democratic candidate for county No progress has been made for sev-i trades thretiteiiiHl to exhaust the convince*! of Its commercial \i lue that they have offered the ii. venter 91.0O0.O00 for his patent rip.hts. The invention ,of artificial r.ibborwas Prince Albert Is going to haw the Saskatchewan penitentiary. llcv. A. F. Cobb Is the new 't.\p-tist pastor at Nanton. A new major league record was established at Boston when the Philadelphia Athletics defeated the Boston Americans 4 to 1 In a 24 inn -ings game lasting nearly five hoars. Postmaster Ceneral Ijemleux savs { tho post olllco department will show j a surplus of 91,030,000. Dts. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. DR. B. JACKSON dentist | Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chief(i/o. Office-Ott Block. Drs. McCltir� & Stewart 8ukoeon dentists Office-J. 1). IliKtnbothnm's new block. Offie* Hours- B a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. I superintendent of schools. She will I oral months. SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION COOL AND REFRESHING! have, no opposition for the nomiu.it ion. St. Paul is not included in Mrs. Loiselle's bailiwick, which com prises the seven country precincts Rev. George B. McLeod of Truro Nova Scotia, declined the call from supply of the natural nrticie. The proposed substitute foe rid'- Oeorge lteynulds will plant sever ftl lnindivd acres near Bice I-ako 1epperm!nt. As high as $2.10 has treating any cereal with prvalin, been renlize�l from the oil takenfrom ' chemical Nubstunce which i> ts in an acre of this plant. j solution as a ferment, turiiu.g tli Tumes Gorman, mayor of Kenoshu j starchy matter in grain 'nto d-.\ the Central Presbyterian church iflantl Eugene .1. lluck, engaged In a j'rose. Another chemical is i.-el in St. Paul to bo pastor. Mr. Mcbeods | very fierce fight In a down town 1process to check ferm.-et at .in at Frank Wilson, deputy land agent at Macleod, and whose father *s '.he n | agent, v ns commit ted for trial by Inspector Stearns for charging a German named Westra. $25 end some thoroughbred chickens for a homestead entry. The prisoner is out on bail. action was based upon the fact that hotel. lluck is said to lie unhnlan- j any desired stage. This ma^s it opposition members of the church cod. and his troubles with tho Mayor t possible to produce the iilcial sent him ineun anonymous letters inuiginnry. Both were badly bruls- | rublier in several different strengths and hostile clippings from newsp.ip- ed in the encounter. rs. While Mrs. George Cooper was I For using a hot stone wrapped in picking berries in the woods, near J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - . ALBERTA. HICM COPPEIt FIND XEVll CABDSTON. Rowst's Lemon Squash, Rowat's Lime Juice Cordial, Rowat's Raspberry Vinegar, Caley's Fruit Drinks, Lorimer's Lemonade Crystals, All Good and Wholesome r SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 a newspaper to heat a bod in biH Bell Center, she was shot through private hospital, which resulted in the head and killed by n neighbor burning ami poisoning G. A. Awde. who was hunting, and swing only Cardtdon. Alia.. Sept. 7- What ituty possibly turn out to be a very his patient. Dr. ,A. B. Cole, of Per- her hair above the bushes, took her j �m>ortnnt discovery to this part of gus Falls, chairman of the Ilepub - for a squirrel. |t,R' country has Just com� �j light I lean state committee, ami brother Mitchell Nonan. wife and grandson |v,z- u"' discovery of a fm� lead �� of the candidate for governor, was were overtaken by a severe storm i00!'!*"!" mixed with gold sued for $25,000 St. Paul candidates for olllce or- so.x became frightenetl and refused to ganized to cut loose from "g. Afters" go. A largo tree fell across the who gain a livelihood by preying wagon, severing Mrs. Nonan's head upon those ambitious to get olllce.' and seriously injuring the boy A Aid while driving hear Keshena. The hor known prospector. .1. If. Van Pell. has for some time lieen tr/.a.? out ' >.OTC O.O.O.O.O.O^O.O.O.OIOIO^O.OAOJDJDX) .........�...........I WESTERN j WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. m. Railroad Transferring, Dray ing and General Delivering. ^ Coal Delivered Promptly. �. HAV. OATS, SAND AND AGENTS FOR J McCurinickAfCockshiitt Machinery v Webber nntl Adams Wugons v Canada Carriage Cu.'s liuggics. Etc. ). F. RODGERS Phone 63. Manager Synopsis Of CanadUn North-West HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANV even numbered section o Dominion Lind� In Manitoba, smkilcbewao and Albtrta, eicepilnx * ant K. not reserved, maj be bomeateaded bjr anjr peraou who la lb aole bead of a famll r. or anr mile over 18 rears of age. to ibe rxiruvof one quarter acctlon of 100 acrea. more or lea,. Kn ri rouHt be made peraona'lj at ibe local land olttce for the dlairlct In which tbe land I* Ituaie. Tbe homeHteadrr Ih reiiulrr.l to perform tbe condition, concreted therewith under on* of the following pUtn. 1. At leaat �i � inontba' resilience upon and culilraiion of tbe land In eaeb rear fori tbrec reari. 2. It ibe father (ir nr other, If tbe faiber In decerned) of the home leader rtalde* upon a (arm In tbe vtclultr of tbe laud entered fur ibe rciiilreineniH a* to it�|.u-nrc mar be aatlaOed ur aiich peranu lemdlng with the faKier or mothci. SOCTII DAKOTA. Charles M. riawater was arrested at lacrosse for forgi-ry, ami pleuil-ed guilty. Cluwater e\hibiti>d a Sog-us marriage license to merchants as means of identification in securing tho cashing of checks. reproMmting ho had come to I.a Crosse to lie mar- Two brotheis numetl Shaw were struck by a railway train at Miller and nno of them, Willard, was kill cd, i.i i.i .Joseph Hurry of New York, was rieil shot dead in a I'ierre snloon by IliKh water ce.us.Ml hy excessive Frank Smith, of Atlanta. �'ing reaiHHl by fnrmors living on Smith a 'nigger" Ijtkc Koshoiiong and Itovk Itiver While working in a harvest field The carp wandered into low pluces near Scotland. Anna llalznr. ngi!d "ml were speared hy the fnrmors nnd 17 a furtiHT's daughter, fell upm I'ltelutl into wagons with pitchforks Thmi men. Sam Crosson. Jack Melt*?, well known in Maple Creek and a man named "Charlie" were found dead on the. Battlcford trail. They were struck by lightning while eating a m�'ul. A hranch of the Northern llank has bean opened at IMackfalds. An order in council appointing W. T. It. Prestoii trade commissioner to Japan, China and Core* has b'.tn approved of by the governor general .. , , * , . H l� likely he will assume hit* now the rocks n the mountains neur the' , . , j , �. duties at an early dale. Mr. 1'rift- ton will report direct to tho in uIh  bonier on thu American sith'. Just year he found cop|>er, and ftevi nil veins were hrought to light running in one direction and everything pointed to the fact that If follow*or WILLOW BRANCH BEBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Mceta In Oddfellow*' Bail e er* ceond and fourth Tburadajr. Vlaltor* alwty* welcome. Annie Davies Kcc. sec. now there is In plain sight some of, thumberlnnd Durham Power Co. i.t lho tines of a pitchfork while sliding from a grain slack. Shu will die. | like sheaves of wheat. It is ulleged that Fred Cull. eon- Thomas Hope was killed near Web- j gressmnn Cooper's campaign man ster. ffe wus an employw of a cuttle firm and wus at first supposed to have fallen from a stock train at night. Developments indicated minder and robbery. nger. offered to secure appointment of it. Ii. short as postmaster of I*ikn Cenova if he would |my him i (Kull) $.10 a month during his tenure of olllce. Short makes a 'worn An artesian well noar iho town of IttlUltivit to this effect, which is be- DRAYING All kinds of Droying and Team work done promptly. EARL KIRKHAM Central Boot & Shoe Store I-. HEM SON Lethbridge, Alta. Cnpa produces not only vater. out illuminating gas. The water has a :t If the-�ulertl��hl.pern>miei.irt.Wenee!iten�peraturo of 135 degrees and the upon farming land owned in htm tn tbe eleln- | gas flow 0 from thu house and disappeared Uxlges chased and overtook him. K�t his money back and turned the thief over to the authorities. IOWA. . A. II. lA>ng, arrested at Grlnnell on tlio charge of having committed a murder near Perry. Ok, In 100^. escaped through the connivance of his sister and fiancee, aided by thu carelessness of tho guard. Ooyd Delckman. a voting man living noar Titonka. was shot nnd seriously wounded by Mrs. Liz/le Wol'e llelckman went to the aid of his ' father, who was in an altercation with Mrs. Wolfe's husband. Tho wo- i man fired when sho saw young fkdek- ) man was getting the lwttor of Wolfe. Sim was arrested. Had blood has existed Is'tween tho two families for some time. MONTANA. J. T. Carroll, tho millionaire ltim- ing circulated to prevent the ;o  noiuination of Cooper, who is a lle-inililiain. WKST. I'JAHT AN'n SOI'Til. The Wyoming Hepubllcans nomin  uted a ticket headed by llryant fl. Brooks for governor. Mount Haker. 1100O feet high near llellingham, Wwsh.. Is reported moving toward the ocean, and 1/tko Whatcom, sevorul miles west, is moving east. \ national hickory association,vas formed in Chicago, with the pur  pose of staying tho destruction ol the country's hickory timber supply. J. W. Ilerron, Jr.. of Cincinnati, was elected president. I'nl'a and Itox, high-diving elks, which had >)oon performing at an a-musement, park at Spokane, Wash., fought a buttle to tho death, Itox being killed after a terrific conflict of twenty minutes. Tho T-nylor Park Mining Co., a Colorndn corporation cftntluHzod nt *$,non,ono was placed in a rccolv -er's hands in Boston. ft was ehar-getl that tho company was hopelessly insolvent and owed $218,000. Tho Standard Oil Co. took s'.ops toward acquiring ownership �f nil tho principal distilling plants in tho United States. As tmuaf iho Standard used threats to attain Us end when distillors chooso to soli out. Fxlward Hosewator, editor of tho Omaha Tleo, and ono of the groatost llealey's Falls on tho Trent Itlvor. Mr. Ileck's resignation may � CIIAMUKHLAIN'S COUO-n UKM-EHV ACTS OS NATURE'S PLAN. The most successful mexllcines are those that aid nature. Chamirajrialn's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. Take it when you have a rold and it will allay tho cough, relievo the lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and aid naturo in restor-For somo years copper j '"K tho "y�t�n to a healthy con - ditlon. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. It counter  acts any tendency of a cold to ro-sult in pneumonia. Priro 25 rents, l-arge si?e, 50 rents. For sale by \li nniggists. the richest copper ever seen with tn admixture of gold anil silver. The 11 ml Ik on Kennedy Creek which r.irm into the St. Mary's river just no-low where the large dam is to be litiilt by the U.S. government. The j location of this mine is about j miles southwest from Cardstonwnich r.s tho nearest point for supplies etc. Work will Ins carried on this prospect all winter nnd it Is possible that, developments will tnko place that will astonish even the most sanguine. prospects have been worked in this vicinity but this is the richest Ond f/ot nnd how rich it is difficult to compute, but expert reports place ihe value higher than the novice is willing to grasp at present. n ' NEW INSPECTOR AT CAUDSTOX. Major Ilelchcr, Calgary, was guzet-ted inspector R.N.W.M.I'. In succession to Inspector McUinnis. deceased. O. I,. Jennings, of Toronto, will bo appointed inspector in place of Inspector Irwin of Curdston, ie-tired. SHEEP INDUSTRY CRIPPLED. Medicine Hut District, Once Flourishing Sheep Raising Section. Now Importing. Regina, Husk., Sept. 4.-The time is rapidly approaching when this section of tho country will havo tn depend for its mutton on sheep r Used by local farmers ami a rich harvest awaits those who are In this class of agricultural industry. Uo said W. J. Tudgo today. In Modi  cine Hat, not so long ago the Uanrt of tho great mutton country, but -chors today are actually shipping in sheep for the local trade from Calgary. All the small men have gotn out of the sheep business, principally on account of tho'difficulties hedg ing in free ranching, now that *ho country is settling up and the business is practically in tho hands of tho few big men.*' George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Vreight Shed Widest Icice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- POPl'LATION INCREASES. Census Returns Will Develop Many Interesting Facts. Ottawa, Sept. 4.-Returns have been received at tho Census llif.tui from nearly all tho districts of A'-berta, but a great many are Mill missing from Saskatchewan. Tho figures for Alberta have rot all been made up. While remarkable gains have h'�n made in many districts, tho total population promises to fall considerably short of the estimates which have been tnado by the Immigration Department. Tills is probably accounted for by the f act that a record is kept of every land-seeker who enters the country, while uo note is taken of those who do not remain. The population will probably fall iv Utile short of two hundred thousand. In several districts whore not a single soul vos found ,ln 1001, there aro now settlement of from one thousand to flfteelKjtundred people. Many other districts show i.ictowiee of from one hundred to five hundred per cent., and evon higher. Tn only a few districts has (here boon any decrease in tlw population and this is explained by the fmUhrt'a the sons of farmers have gone e'se-where to take up homesteads. LETHIMDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay You To Soe Our Stock tteforo Buyi.igKlsowliuro. We Can't Do It For what some others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Rotter, which is more important to you, as the life of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our* pro* cess of laundering them. Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when ydur collar has "saw teeth" edges. In our laundry every collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. LotbbHdfc $uam Laundry, Ltd. ;