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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I M.l� Stephens Mad Rockemlorf When yon cams to l.lio Metropolis alay nt the i Palace Hotel f | MMawaBwwwciwiyi hi mini � $1.00 per day I NEWS OF THIS 1 REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers Tliu wmlding look place. ln�t evening uf ^likm Mary Kdnn, daughter of Pinch, U|in Mr, Malcolm young ranehor CAUDSTON. ('Hills ( III' ('. Throe Si III f tl I Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens * Kockendorf % Proprietors 9 (Prom I ho Ml nr.) Inn received n good rihntV,itt S. immigration thi' ln.'il week liiniilii'H arrived from 'llic mintri, wives, children (iml ' Ihhimi hiihl oilcds They will miiko 1 Mteir |�.'i iiinin'iil liomo nt Cnrdst on. .Mf Mi'ihmi, nn old-timer in the i district., nnil i.hiij of llii! olclcut ox-leargvivls in lIn' It. N. \V. M P.. i was ill (own mi Monday. . I tiff is extra well, iiml before long have lliu pleasure of hifl por-rcsidotic..!. Come along, JelT, will give y 11 u liiir v iii i I looking j wo may j iimiii'iil. mid nn 1 comm.'. I Calgary, Alberta | Farming Lands Town Lots Mr A Mclnlyro, Public Works Department Culyury, wna in town 1 | yesterday, and wont down to ins|ioct the bridge by thu mill uml u piece of roadway boyonil. I to left nguitt on , the outgoing tin in to rejoin Dr. Do j Vebor nt Kay iitond, where ho. (ins more work to ilo in his departmental service, Sir. Molmyre cntnu from P.nghmd to-Wio llurker and Uonovivn j j-lit'op t'uiich on lx'o.s Creek in the j sprint? of 1SRS, and remained some. Him' until acclimated, thon ho wus I with Mr. Mugruth in'hljrtdge, nnd J In I or .secured u berth in thu Public Works Di'purlmont ut lic.ginn, and is i now in llio Alberta Public Works ! Department. Mr. .Molntyiv said, 'Cnrdston doos'tit look much liko it Mini IS years iibo." It was Mr. Mc-Iniyre. thut surveyed the irrigation ilili'h un tho south hide of I .cos j (.'rook. A speclul meeting of the Cardston ii mi i , � . , J Hoard of Trade, which was largely IJlilIdllig lots in growing town of i lU,ondeii. comonod lust Pruluy night f_ ! in tho town council ohuiuborH, with Illlor. j President. Martin Woolf in iiifornin-I.Ion thai I Inn' in none oil hand, and so mi Known nl. presold, the fui-lire supply will be available when the strike is settled, ami lli:il will be settled when ciiiicessiiiiiii '.lemnml-od are granted, uml i onreiisioii.i will ln� made when Ik'Ui f.nleN 'iin si'ciid-vnutawoMH coiniit ioiw. uml lulvnnt nfTeoii.s ooodil ion.s it ill be I Ji;�i/;4,|; nboill when-Well, il looks like one was iih fj'ood n� nnolbii In tin' ineiiitt line this itown hits cunl within easy remit, rind no nuvtler how long the Hlrike nmy continue, nor how cold the wontlicr p-ti will not Hiilfi'i-. Mr. and Mrs. )nines oioie Junction, to Cnntelon, iv popiilnr or that vicinity, Mr. W. .1. Me I .en rv hiid rellti(|Ulsh-ed IPs post n� V. P. It. station gemil)l, of the AssltiiliOlH Ilo!el The position Kntd Peer has boon tlnn. t he I lev ii'W.) j who has I.ecu slu- ; Slime years, will � whero 1� nppoiuled a butlor posi- M. 1'ri'l.liski. Of .losephblll'tf town last, week, mid luade a stall ment concei'iiiiig his crops of the Iinsl season, which will irivo nil iden of what the soil in tihal (listrbl Is eiipitble. l-'rom H acres of ivhenl. lie rnl.'k'd y2"i bushels, [mm 'I (>f outs there was '101* hnsiii-K from half nn nriv of barley be cot i|") Imshels. uml from half an acre of potatoes them was n yield of HO bushels, From n irnrdcit plot idxlil feet he sold SI il.Oil worth of i mom;, ntid o buiilul.s left for himself. llev. Mr llopliln. who is deputy gi'tltld lilliHler of the Masons of Al-boi'tn, inel. u lew of tho local Masons on .Saturday ni^hi and 'j-ave Itheni considerable nd\ice on how to I proceed about, the formal ion of a was lit^ |0(|g,i f,r ijkotols unci district. 'Pile ; lodga will shortly le organised, If yoti aro wiso yon will bny yottr Lnmbor whereymt"fan -gfA '-' it tho V)t>st at n reasotiablo pritSo-ami 'get it wliefi yon iKtioi it. Lumber of Every Description Our source of supply is unlimilotl ntul you enn depend wpbh ^gettihg whnt you ask for. - y t hnth, K a. in. (Plain), and 11 a.m. ll' 3rd Sunday after Mat't s. Other Sun- duys nt H :io am Daily Matins ami P.ttnsong at 0.30 a. m. aitd 7.30 p. in ST. MARY'S M'SSION (No. 3w Sunday School at 3 00 tho coiiimiitoe scat in  piest t)f coal, ii/... Muyor ttuinmor. uml .1. T llroun. Ami be if fuiiln r iv-olvi-d, thai lhe Purdston Hoard of Trade, la consideration of the report of the Mayor, deplore ihe nc- ; i.ioa of the iiiunngvr of the Allx'i'tn Unilway and Irrigation t'o. in iifus . "lie; to grnnl an interview to sard romniittee and treating said uommit tee wilJt silinue." Curt'i soi nil ion wiih iv view to having grain and oilier vegetable products grown in l'ie Cnrdr-lon ilistret evhil ilerinlond.'nl of th,' I'. P. It telegraphs, ami sii- if ur iui)gciiu;niN coahl not le um,Dim tons. Proprietor At. Mnnloy, of the Unmet Tnion, is planning to enlarge his hotel to accoinmoclale (Tis business, which is increasing very rapidly. The portion of the building which is now one storey, will be raised to two stori. s. mid n two storey addition fori> le-t its p will be udiltsl to Ihe main building. ai fording much neiiled tt- II. W. I chmer. Dr. O. P. Uiggins, .I nines Mc-Hvoy, A. II. Cree, Aid. A. II. TrMes, AM .1. P Quail. A very sad accident occurred in 1 No 8 untie about noon on Tuesday las', i aiiNVil by a cave-Ill, Which fell on I wo of iin* luineis. Joe Croft, a 11 iing.irian. mid J I hoiiias. an killom ihe ioi'inoc and cans nig -rions iaiuri to the Inl'ler. willing luinds were at work .it onio. ii took some time bofoiv .1. riinpins could be rescued. mill It was late on in the day liefore the re-mains of Joe Croft vvoro discovered, TA POM. (From -th" llii'iild linpres ntul ive ) ! Last nighl. ihe itieviiablu Friday (lance Was i>njuried by u llil'gc! crowd of ladies anil gentlemen. : l>|H>rlejiie/l farmers believo that' we are suri'oiiiideil with sonm of Ihe I In-fit when) hind in the world, which, j when v ivifi >il by the magic touch ofj irrigation, will prixlueo not only; wheat, bill corn. tipples, poaches, and a list sullicient to satisfy tho moid exacting. 11 Is sa'd that our once secretpry-troasurer, Milton Scott, hns gone on' an extended lour ns far south as j Ptnh. unci that a young lady from! (ihe Ml. View district accompanied: him, ntul, further, that when they re-I turn, slie will occupy his lit tie home i nesl hero. 1 l Tt is thought by many Hint, the1 Dominion (iovernment should seei that a pnstollice hiiilding is erected; nnd'lhnt nn appropriation should he I triiKle for snme. nnd also nn incronse j of's salary sullicient to! harmonize with thu work 'done in I Tnhor postofflce. . Thursday Mr. Simmons, Libcrnl ; ! candidate to succenl Dr. IK) Veliet'. j i'liine down from J/othhridgv and held,' In rousing nieeting In the big Tnhor hall. All present were much inler-lested hnd enthused. H is thought that Tabor will poll n heavier TJb-oral vote than at the regtiiur election Inst fall. First of the week's events was the repetition of 'Jack ()' Diamond,"j with the one-act farce, "Nature and; Philosophy," added. The perform-j nnce went well, and was much ap- \ predated, lusting until utter mi'd-nrglA. This is not. so bad, as soiuej of I lie Chinese dramas, which require j throe or 'four weeks to present a1 single play. Next, was the moving of the large1 ! Hull building, which was erected on1 j the C. P. It. grounds. The big I structure contains more than twenty ; j rooms, and its weight is 70 tons, i 'yet in three clnys J. S. Hull, with \ la half-dozen men and a few lifting; 'jacks, moved it bock KiO foot, whore i Mho line structure lines up with the; other buildings. j Through the kindness of Alfred '� Iximb, your ciirrospondent was . shown through the coal chandlers of' the Tabor mine. All was energy ! underground The thundering of the 'little sicel-pointi'd punchers as they , undermined the great bodies of coal, was dem'i n ng This none cinpiois ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNtcoi,, Uencrnl Manager, Lethbridgc, Alto. Branches at Tober, Nanton, Leaving, C dston, Pinchcr Creek iM Higfe  !�> * if" � tf.�rVy ilver The Lethbridg'e Hotel w. Established 1855 Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN WHEN IN LF.TIIBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, jfine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR : STANDARD  Lumber Co'y 3aker, B.C.! EC OP  A PULL STOCK OP u force o nothing t oi Tabor good 111 i impair the w ho coal will do industry : Rough and Dressed Lumber: The conl rait for liuii i ipple, on. bins, eti , ii in � i - A11 it - � 11 ;> 11 ( (ini|ian> . Contractors I' The muteriul is is eMIeClod lo i work under way ai-. An I ding the ii'W a tic Canail has been lei r �V. Sinclair ideied, nail il oil the ground n 11' I w il Inn a w i-ek or lia-. I.eeii -j�re\ loii^fi win feet Ihe nee i llli'i wele pres. rv .it ion i.irl I but n ail lid. the |i||lll:. it iii"' I > 1111  Iii t � - all eltt le plant to ciisl �l .nil when completed the IIt , I 11,.. inure i:o lo lb. ".i '"I l.'-il repoi 111 oi III. ileal Ii hill i ill In ili  ut ii I i. VII iioi" a * i l.'ll v J 1 .  ol vv Ii.  . new �.chool house in Nun tern, was award- � J to Messrs. Ilrown and Davis. I�v"  he board of trustees last Monday The figure was SS.02U. I'd or Melnlyre r, iint.'ii.l,m .1 in,m.",hi Sllpe! iuU'll.lelll ol Ti'll ii., | >.. i 1 a i io ii 'rice, uml division Sup, ruileii.l.ul I'rickHOII, of 111.' (' 1* IE . lletil \\e;,l over the lino \. nl'ternoon, triiiclling special, uml slopped a lew minutes in I'l auk Mr .l.iim :.nn brought a ln'iil . hich look place 111 .,� No. 8, w�� ilue lo hoise," which is a ..r it rock in the roof by the coul. Tho instance weighed and the conl which aSe.l tho tirtnt full that amount. The  i 'ishcd in and Croft .lecnoat'h. verdict i hut no blame was . ore The Jury roc- Tahor has many buddings ami lour will fii|'"i' can I.ii.I The weather is biisi . heel! b of ', h' each dill the en nearer !)> idea ihut no 'division, bid all j make urn tow n round, d ns n is I rich soil and sin coal �lei-nut resell ul ial lint. Is, where the rest and contort beaut il id, farmers |ieo)i|e good, llli'i .'tis are gvtting I In re shall U-shall work to Prompt shipments miulo to any purt of AllK'rta a 400.I one, sur-b.i all cxcecslillgly h vast bodies ol V HKI.A'I'IVK IIP I.UHI) lPUlKHTS Mr T A. Preston. of Silver Heights, formerly of Pnrlinm coiinly, D11I.. is in receipt of 1111 interesting loiter from Cluis, Itolerts, nephew of Lord Holiorts, who has recently come into a largo estate Mr. Ilob-crts't; fiither was a well known resident of Durham count.v . Ilo died when Charles wus ion viars ol age-, The latter then went to live with Tho jury j pivston. It is needless 'to say f accideirtnl 1 that Mr. Preston is highly gratified with the good fortune thai has fallen to'the lot of the lining man. Mr the fiotel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOM MOD A HON TOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$|.n() A DAY ILETHBR1DGE - ALBERTA ^ a a a a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa ' I'i. Miss II,ill lice stall" w a lew da> s 111 11 pc � rapidl .1 1 h �litre props �tio used ihe U'dge'r.) the Trites-Wowl of-11 ken to the hospRnI . and was found to 1st 1- condition, neeessi- kilful operation. She h 'ihe trying oedenl, now, we uirderstaml, mg. Th luce. |lllll c hi teen de.e hud eltt inn Him on dauclit 1111I1 s 1 snl v. Ins w i ! Wul-took l.MlKSIHlLM. 1 I 1 11 the Hevlevv.) ral  1 the lute Mr. � ii...1 -nindny night. I'ue-ii.iv from 1 lie home of Mis llonilerson. thir-1 Ii' Cluresholm. The uas '.'.' years of ajie, and (or ii.iiuy years a prouiin-�r in ihe Methodist church. iiui g'l'ew Ii re.|in s In It'll I'l's I t he r I'i ..I Unit HIM Il tiled 1 Leavings sejii name, the name " have out-, and have Wtwaton"1 MKIUCINK HAT. llOtlle iUk' ' a 11.1 ' tie 111 sou or and -di. 1  neiii'* "I e ol tin Mi'lbank . Ch 1110 .r their present cog-Id they fail in socur-1 heir choice, ' that following lie given MoreUmd, dainte- .1.. ll-'rom Iho News.) lluiiio-At iho .Mi'diciiio Hat Hen-oral Hospital, on \\. diiesday, March 21, 1UIIII. 'to Mr and -Mrs. Win. Uailic, 11 son. Konmird-At M- di. ine )lui. Alia, on Wednesday. March '_'s. I'.ai;. to Mr. iiikI Mrs. I'.n.i Im iinard, a son. I.oticks- At Medicine Hal, Alia, on Sunday, .March is, p.nm, in Mr. and Mrs. .1. I\. Loin-ks, a daughtet. William A. limes, of Suit Piancis-co, is in town lor a few days in connection with ihe proposition of starting a town out on tho Porks of the Ked Deer, iibuiit 0." miles north of 'hero. Tho scheme is io irrigate llio surrounding land ami make the country iribulury to the town. II. Ilul.son, proprietor of the new Toronto strcnl biilcher shop, nnd his son, Harry, wore both l.udly burned on Sttttti'duy last, ns the result of an explosion which took plain in � shack in iho rear of thu store, The f.d personal oiiuig is nn extract from a: let ior received this week j from I'lin-iii.'...... X. I)., by Mr. I. If. Walker: , "The laud buyers are just] potirinir through hero every day fori c'liiiedii, and. I must say that most of them- -ecru io he going to All;�?r-1 la. 1 never miw anything like it in! all my life. It >ei'ins an though the! whole I nit.-.1 Slates was going over,! nnd Ihut I hey all Winded to get j thee at nine ,loo un<) � great! ninny oilnns are ujj ni l.othbridgo Ibis Week." A large piirtv of land men passed through i'iaI'.'shidm on Priday last in a priiaie cm going soiilh. Thu lender of the iiioverueiil, Mr. Ovvon, of devils Ink.', made arrangements io have ihe cur side.-tnickeil liere be-i in-u (In- noon ntul 3J.40 train. While waiting iho men visited- the e.Cln'e liriim and interviewed iniiiiv of our leading business ineti as reg-aiils the agricultural possibilities of the sniiili We understand that it i.-c their purjiosc. to uiurt a town on their own hook �onr Lcthhridgu. ! Itoberl*. writing from Kendall, Men liana, to Mr Preston, under March 'date, says: |' "I was glad to hear from you. In reply to your impiiry . I must say that I am a nephew oi Lord Roberts. He is my father's youngest brother. Il is true that I into possession of a lingo estate, inherited from my grandfather. Sir Abraham Huberts. I inn the eldest : grandson. My uncle sent one of his I olllcers lo make cnipiirics about live I years ago. slating that the old estute would be tinned over to me ill livn years. The old home is near , Dublin, Ireland. A large amount of i land is in Kiiglmid. My ujicle owns i a large amount of property in India 11 is property is worth millions ; of dollars. Last year I went to the i Old Country. Arriving in Liverpool, il received a warm welcome � from my uncle. Al a large club meeting, in the presence of "1.01111 people, I was proclaimed to be heir lo (he old estate. "Lord Huberts is greail.v grieved over losing his only son during the South Afrioiin wur. "1 was married in .lanunrv. lStlii, to Miss Klizubelh W. Iteid,'of Itel-leville, Out. I am now living in Kendall, and have a comfortable home here'. "I shall never forget the "kindness of yourself and Mrs. Preston to me, in fact to all of us."-Winnipeg Tribune. * TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR AM, KINDS OL-' - Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHE & MIRON o:o:o;o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every utU'iiticin ^iion the travelling public Feou* Stable in count ili. ni lVlephoue 47 Llllltlseekels' am! liaiicltei s IleailipMttrU'rS SlPPKItlCD POP PIVK YKAUS WITH IvlDM'.V AND LIV10H TltOP HLK. "I sulTered for live years wiih kidney ami liver 1 rouble, which caused severe pains across the Lack and a blinding headache. 1 had dyspepsia and was so const iputed that I could not move my bowels without, a cathartic I was cured ly chamlior-lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six mouths," says Mr. Arthur S. Slick-land, of I'hallanoogn, Tenn. Por sale by ail druggists. RATES, $1.00 PER DAY FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHDRIDGE STOP AT THE | HOTEL DALLAS -o- '* 1 Hon. dohn Dryden. .Minister of -Agriculture in the late Ontario (Jov-crniiiont, has been appointed by llio ilritish (,'overiiinent 11 member of tho Hoyal Commission to enquire into llio condition of agriculture in ire-land. WE ArVE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ;