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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H.L. Stephens Malt Rockcndorl $ When you come to the Metropolis stay at the ... ^ NEWS OF  THIS Taken From Southern AJbetta Papers REGION � rhu wetitfiiig took place in�t even-! ini; of "Misf* Mni's^ I'.dmv. .rinugh'tc'r of 1 All'. 1111(1 MfH. ."iiiiicH I'Mnch,. J^im-iiioro Junction. lo Air. Malcolm (..aivtulon, u popular voiing ninchur 111 ^liat viuinil.v. W. .J. .McLonn- Im;) rcliiif|ui.sh-po�t ns C!. I'. I{. station ug- CA1U.IST0N. $1.00 per day it * opposite C. P. R. Depot % Stephens & Ronkendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta Farming Lands Town Lots � (from thu Slnir.) C'tinl.sion i-L-ceivofl a gootl .qlinnj^of (iio I'. S. iinniigratibii tliii lii.st u'cuk. 'I'lircD III nii lies tirrlvixl i'roiti (the souili g; JelT, and we will jjfiye yii i> licar v w.ei-coiiiu. Jfr. A. F. jMefntyrc, Public Works Ue;ii)i'Urient CnJgnry, was in town ,\'o.sler(lay, and went down to inH|x.'ct the Ijritlgc b.v the mill and a piece of rouilway beyond. left ag-ain on tile outgoing train to rejoin l>r. l)e \'t!bei- lit Itaymond, where he haH more work to do iu his departnicnt-al service. Mv. Mclntyre came from lOiiglamI to-AiO'llarkcr antl Donovan sheep ruiich on l*o.s Creek in the .spring of 1888, and' remained some lime until acclimated, then he was with Mr. MiigratK in Lcthbridg-e, and later secured a berth iu the Public Works Dopui'tment at Hegina, and is now in the Alberta I'xiblic Works JJepartnient. Mr. Mcliityi-e said, "C'ardstim does'nt look much like it dkl 18 years ago." It was Mr. Mc-hityro that survnyed his now Jutie..'t is eapulile. . Irom .S ncresi of wheat he rai.'Wfl :22ri biisliels. liom 4 of oats there was 'tW biisiul.s. from half un nciv^ of barley he tiol '1.5 bushebi. amJ iiom' half an acre of potntoc", there was a vielil of SO bu!;hels. From a jrarden plot Kixlti feet ho solfl SUv.dO worth oi onions, ntid had o IxifilKiis left fur Iwiusclf. -o- Farm Lands in large or small lots, Building lots In growing town of Talor. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor, Alta. FORJALL One of the bf;st b(>tols on tlie Caigary and Edinonfon railrotid. Everything new and np-to-date. This hotel is doing a first class business. _ . ^ . One of the best livt ry barns iu i mousiy First class rancli and farm lands, improvetl and uniiiipjoved. We have a choice lot of dwellings and residential lots to choose froni. Boanling honsn, a good reason for selling. This is a snap. One registered ( leyelaml bay stallion. Price rf^b* Gootl stock horse. . Help, male or female., dining room girls, chtinibcruiaids and liousekeeijers sectired. For further pirticiilai's apply to EfiLfS �k Mc I/ean, Wtta.j]- awin, Alta. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOMO CliUUClI. Suntlay Services:- Low mass, 8.30 n ,* high mass, 11.00.; vespers, 7 30 |>. m. Daily Seivices:- Mslhh 6.30 a. m. Fatlicr Van Tighem. ST. AUGUSTINE CHURCH. (AnKlifait)  . Rev. J. S. Cliivprs, A. K.C., Rector. Rev. David Jones, It k., Assistant. .Sundays:- Matins at li.OO a. m: Sunday School at 3.00 p. m Even-song at 7.30 p. m Celebration of ftcly 'Jointnunion:- 1st Sunday in the niiinth, 8 a. m. (Plain), and 11 a.J)i. (Choral). 31(1 Sunday after RIat'i s. Other Sun-"days nt S.iJO a.m Daily Matins and Rttnsong at 9-30 a. ni. and 7.30 p. m ST. MARY'.S M'SSION. (N�i. 8.) Sunday Sohonl at 3,00 p. m. Evensong at 4;30 p. m which reads: "That this Uoaivl place on i-ccord its appreciation of the splendid work |H?rfornied by the coinniitteo sent ia fpiest of coal, viz., Mayor ilamincr, ainl .1, 'V. Urowii. And bo iffurlhvr i-esolved, that the Caitlston Board of Trade, in consideration of th� report of, the Mayor;'deplore the action of the manager of the AHiorla Uuihvay and Irri.ijation (Jo. in itfus-ing U> grant uri- iiitervie-w to said committee and troating said comuiit-tee with silence." Carried. The advertising; conuniitico reported progress, .and the coiiimittee on the .4lberta I"'arnjers' IJuioti stated that cveryihiug was going along uicijl.v, aiid that the association had how puiif-up niemdorship of nearly three score. Messrs. Ijimrie, Hammer and Harker were appointed lo co-oji�rate with the Cardston nrnncli of the Ailjerta Farmers' Association with a view lo having grain and other vegetable products grown iii the (.'ardstoit *listrierintendont of ihii C. P. It, telegraphs, ami se� if arrangements .could not be made for the receiving ami traii.sini.ssion of messages after the up-town olTice in tvct'lvbridgc is cloficd. NANTON. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. G. lliii?hw'n, Pastor. Sunday service,'* y( I (.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School an�tk TO MODTFV ItULE. Toronto, March 28.-That ihc famous footnote in (ho Methodist church 'discipline prohibiting dancing, tliea-tro-going, atlending horse races, uii'ciiHes'wnd other so-called cpiewtion-nhlo oniiiseniunts would v"''�l)ttl)l.y bu niodifleil considerably at t'he ne.xt Methodist conference , in Septciniber, wa,s the opinion gunurally cxpresBoii .tit a meeting of the Methodist niin-istor'al association hero yesteyday. (From the Chronicle.) Uorn. on Tuesda.v, March 2f>th, to till' wife of -lo.s. West, a daugh't4>r. Horn in Raymond, on Sunday^ Arari-h 2.->fh, (o the wife of M. T. Owen, a daughter. 1;;. n. Tlicks moved his encrl'ne nnd lilowing outfit over to Coalclale on Tuosda.v, whore he goes to fill a !arg� plowing contract. Ri-nator .I'V? \'clier was in Ra.vmond on, Tuesday foi- the purpo.se of locating some pubfic work, and was ,iiist in time to attend the lioainl ol Tra-rlo ban(|uel. Dr. Ma'ckeni'.ie left on Mooilay for Fi'ank, where ho goes to ossume a partnership with Dr. Malcomson, of that town, Raymond regrets losing Dr. Mackenzie, as his fund of professional jnforniation, nddod to kindly nnd gondemanlv (tcntcuhor, makes him a distinct ifrs to the town he leaves, and a corresiiowliun gain to'his now place of residenco. The Raymoiv,! Hoard of Trade gave its first bantpiot Inst evening at the ICimball ITotel, and it was u great fet^d and feast, particularly the satisfaction it alTorded those who have the interesl of (he town at heart. Thu spirit of (ho (Kxusion was 'boost" for Uayniond, and that son-(inieivt will be the as the rosuit of I he gathoritvif more irranifost in the fill lire tlinri it has l>oon in Iho post.,, ami whatever is for the good of 'this (own and district will bo heartily and coasoles&ly work�l for by tho HnymonU Hoard of Trade. JTiA.VK. (From the Taper.) The Liindbreck postodice is to be opened the lirst of April. The store buibUng built l;.y the llcthbridge HrewTng and Jtaltiii^g Compan.y at HIairmore to accoiimio-date the bon'dL'0,(.ons. Proprietor .'VI. Alaniey, of the lack Norris left on 1'riday morning for Ills homi.' in Oralig>:'vMhv wlii.'i'e he intends making an extended visit, with (he probabilily of re-iiiaHiiiig there. l',ier.vbo'd.\- who Uiiewv-.Jack was sorry to see him leave (own. As clerk of the Koyali h(! was brought t in contact wrtli many citizens, and (ho conscUtftious manner in which he discharged his diilv to his emplo\-er gainwl hint the i'SteOm and resfiect m all. On Thurs-dav evening the boarders and .ita't of (he hotel, presenl(-d .luck with a nandsome aoUl chain and Ibckot as Inn evidence of their good will. OIvOTOK.S, IF YOU BUILD YOU Nttb (From tlie lleview.) } O. 11. l^indaay, who has l.i;en sta-1 tion iigeiU, here for some ,veiirs, will | leave shorth' for lied i.)eer, where }� has been appoinlod to a butter position. ;V Rev. Mr. llogbin. who is deputy, grand' iiinstev f)f tbi- Masons of A-i-[ bei'la, met a few of I he local j\1a.s-! (ins on Saturda.v nig'lvt and 'g'avo ' them ronsidcralili! advico on how to , tirocved alioift the formation of a i _ '�; lodge for C)koioi;s uiid disirici. The ! Our sourco of svipply is utdlniitcd and you can de|iena/ni�il#gMtiBg If you are wise you will buy yottr Lumber where yoaloBll get it the best tit a reasonable^price-and get it when you inuit it. We handle Lumber of Every Descriptigfi lodge will Bhortly be organized. what you ask for. TADOR. dlairaioiuo. (From.the Times'.) .\ mefting of the ratepayers is called for 'fliursday, Apivil .'>, to consider t'Jio qdvi.s'abUit,v of bui)dif�g- a now school here. Wednesday Was the banner -ped on Olio .shift. . W. Hyer ami X. Tobin, two of Coleiivaii's old-tinie miners, have taken a contract to dig coal at Hill-ctest at so much per diem, F. Sick, of the, Lethbridgo Browingi (.'()., accoiiij.ianied b.v .1. Keiiny, C. l.ittle and .1. McDonald, of that city wefe visitins in the Pass this week.. Fl'IKNlE. (I'Vofn (he l-'nee Press.) ' The Donrd of Wade � oiected �thfiifdl-lowiiig oliiecrs:;; President. E.\-May-or Fred Stork. � \'ice-President, AM, ,W.^W. Tuttle. � S5ce-Treas.,.)., S. T.^ Ale.vandcr. ;::Kxoi;utive;-,C'oininit'te(.!-^II._ W;. ller-(;lviiior. Dr., C. P. ;.H'iggiiis,'.tanies Mc-Bvo.v; A. 'IJ. GiY.'G, Aid.' A. B. Trrtes, Aid. .1. D. liuail. ...A-vci*.v sad accidont occurred in >fo. 8 niine about noon on Tuesday � . lasl. rau.sed by a cave-in. which fell (.rand TJnion, is plannni'g- to enlarge on two of tlie miners. .Itwi Croft, a his hotel to accommodate (Tisimsi-I Hungarian, and .1. ThomaS, an Eng- lishman, UiUing the former and causing .SN'rious iii.|i(ry to the latter. Al-ilioiigh willing hand.'^ were at work at once, it took some time'before .1. Thoinas could be rescued. and it was late on in th�' tlay bet|i will be aded accommodation on. the main floor, and lifteeu new bedrooins. The contract for tiuilding the new-tipple, on; ti'ins, etc., for ibe Oami'd-iah-AiU'cricun (Jompaii.v, has been let to CoiTtrnctprs Frayer it Sinclair, The material is all ordered, and it is e.vpected to be work under wa.v within a week oi (en da.\s. ' As has been jirevionsfy told, the plans of (he cumpfiu.y contemplate all eiitiie new haiidUtig lilailt lo cost . al'.ouL S(it',00ti, and when completed Ihe oiiipiit of the l-'rank mi'ne will mice more 'go to tin; thousand ton a da^\ mark. General Supcrlntoivdont .lamiesori, Superinteivdeii't oi Tranaijyita'tion I'rice, and Division yupiriiiteiiilenl Kl'ickbMn, of llie C, 1'. 1!., went, west over the line yesterday afternoon, travelling s|>ecial, and stopped a few minirtes in Frank. Jlr. dainieson brou'g'h't a big ibsnppoiiitiiienl. for Ijie. people of Frank. When asked concerning the proiiosal of thv company to change the line, carrying it around jiast the mine and buikling (I''roni. die llirnid Kepies ntatlvo.) Last night Ihe inevitable Fritlay dance was en.joia'd 'by a larg�5 crowd of; ladies and gi'ntlomen. , I'^xiHirieiHOd farmers believe that we are Kurroiiii'deil with .sonut of the j iK'St wheat land in the world, which, when vivifi.'.d by the magic (ouch of irrigation, will prtwiuce not only wheat, but corn, appli-s, peaches, ami a list sudicicnt to satisfy the mom e.Mi'cting. , It is said that our once secrotfiry-treasurer, Milton Scotit," has gone on I an extended tour as far south , as ' l!tah,.and that a young lady from Ihe Mt, View district accompanied hlin, and, further, that when they return, she will occup.v his little 'home IlO.St htTOr Tt is thought b.v,mnn.y that the Dominion (rovernment should see-| 'that a postodice building is erected and'that an approiu'intion .'jhoulil be nuvde for same, and also an increase of postmaster's salary aufUcient to harmonize w'it'h the work 'done in Tabor posto/Hce. .. ' Thursda.v jMr. Simmons; Liberal candidate to succeid Dr. 'IX' Vcbei', came down from Lethbridge and held a rotisiiig meeting in the big Tabor hall. All pre.s-ent were much � inter^ ested find enthused. It is thought that Tabor will poll a heavier liib-' oral vote thnii at the regular eleci tion : last fall. � . .�� Fir.st of the week's ovcnts was, the; reiietjtiivn of ".Jack 0,'_. Diamond,''' with the one-act farce, "Nature and Philosophy," ftddetl. The jierform-ance w'eiit well, and was much ap--pruciated, lasting until after niid-ni'gftl. 'i'his is not so bad;: as some' of tlie Chinese dramas, which ivtiiiire thi-ce or tour weeks to present a single jday. 'Next, was the irioying- of tho large flull -building, which was erected on the CP. It. grounds. The big structure contains more than twenty roOms, and its weight is ~i(> ton's, yot in three days .1. S. Hull, with a half-dozen men and a ivw lifting jacks, moved it back 150 feet, where the line structure lines up with the other buildings. 'riirough the kindness of Alfred, Ijanvl), your correspondent was shown through the coal chuiniljers of the Tabor mine. All was energy underground. The thundering of the little steel-poiii'teil punchers as the.v undermined the great botlics of coal, was deai'viing. This mine -employs a force of good men, who w'ill do nothing to impair t'he coal industry of Tabor. Tabor has many elegant resi'dcntial buil'diivgs and four h(yti is, where the wa.N'farer can find rest and conafort. The wi>athei' is beaulil'ul, farmers i}ti.s,\ , health of t'he people good, and eni-ii day the citizens are getting nearer tlu' idea that there shall tie no 'division, but uJl shull work, to make our town a good one, -sur-i-ounded as i't is by an exceodingl.v rich soil and such vast lior. .seiil.'.l l.v the supcrinteiKli.-nt. I �phi! jKi'iil.'Mi which took; place in | jfr. T. A. Preston, of Silver iiH.m 17 iif niii.r .\o. a. wa.'j due to | Heights, formerly of IJnrhuni county, III,;, rail ol :\ � horse." wtiich is a lecliiiii-al tei-'i lor a rock in-the roof .supiiorteil (inn by the coal. rhe I the BotcT Jlrlinflfon i FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMGDAFION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER ^ RATES ,$1.50 A DAY �horse" 111 ilii''^ instance, wci'ghed about :!o I'jiis. and the coal which Willi ji ill. i-i'iiscd the t>\ the Trites-Wood ' ,of-prospccts for a splemlid year for the'fire staff v^.'is laken to the hi-mpi'tal Province are most excellent.' The officials went west as far us Crow's Nest and relurned east. The list of improveficnts of one kind and another with which the town is.:,at least threatened, is. a long one, ami embraces a lot of different items, evej-y one of which has an imporiant Ixuiring on the firtiire of I'Yank. 'Jiie reniO'deiing of the Lang store wdll stant at once, and in the neighborhood of !>l,(joo will be evpendc'd in improveiiieiits, it. Steeves promi'S'^s to enlarge 'his hotel by putting on a two store.y addiit.ioii to cover the balam^ of his lots. T. It. Martin is contemplating tlie enlargement of (ho business block ownc'd by him anil occupi'od by the (leorge t'oliley tomii.uiy. btaiiivtoii Uros. o.xpect to jiut up a, new building oil liieir lot, addiivg to the '11 meat liiaritot building. \V. t). Kvans has .just conipieled his new store building at (he head ot the ^street. AikI lastl.v, for the present, tlie itoii-(rncts have been let (or Ihi.- biJjJdin'g ot six new.-Hesideiices; n few da,\s ai:n. and was founrd to tjq in a pri'caiiiias condition,; nccfssl-tating a v.i'\ sMlful operation. Sho passed thimmli '(he trying owioal, however, and ""w, we umlerstami, rapidl.v i'ern\-fi'ing- CI.MtKSHOLM, (l-'i-.iiii the Iteview.) Wal- The fimenil ii the late Mr lace, who di'-il ^-unday night place on Tiii-.--ilii.\ bis daiighlcr Mis, 1 li'nder.son, thii-Vei'ii'mill's easi .If C'laresholm, the deceased was 7,) .\eais ol nfec, and bad been for many .vears a jiromin- i'lTt. worker in the f)nt,, is in receipt of an interesting letter from Chas. itoberts, nephew 01 Lord Itoberts, who haS" recently come into a large estate, Mr, Uob-crts's fiilhor wus awel).known resident of llurham county. He died when Charles was ten years of age. The latter then went to live with Mr. Preston. It is needless to say that Mr. Preston is higlil.\' gratified with the good fortune that has fallen to (he lot of the yoinig man. Mr. Uobert*, writing from Kendall, Mon-j tana, toMr. I'reston, under Alarch , date, says: � j 'I Wo's glad to hear from .vou. In | repl,y to your impiir.^, I must say i that I am a nephew (if Lord- Uob-j erts. ' He is niy fa I Iter's youngest | brother. It is true that I have come ; into po.ssession of a large estate,! mhoritcd from ni.y grandfather, Sir Abraham Itoberts. 1 am the eldest grandson. My uncle sent one of his, ofiicers to make empiiries about five; years'ago. stating that the old e.s-| talc woulil be turned over' to me in j two years. The old homo is near \ Dublin, Ireloj^d., A Uu'gc amount of land is in KngJand. Jl.v uncle owns a large aniount of |)ro|ier(y in India. His properly is worth millions LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | c�oioToToioic�o:oio:o:^^^ TELEPHONE NO. 1 -POK ALL KINDS OP- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. r PICHB & MIRON :oibTox>:oTo:o:o:oToTOT^^^^ from the home of Jletliodist church. tookjof dollars. Last year I wont to the; an0t� people, I was j proclaimed to be Iteir to the old e.s-| tate. � � �.. ' � I , , , , "Lorrsonal letii'i- receivemont, Mr. Owen, the JJed l)�ir, about