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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta S" H.LstephcH Matt RockcadoH "Wheri you come to the'Me- tropolis stay at the Palace! Hotel I per day Opposite C. P. R. Depot Stephens Rockendorf I Calgary, Alberta if Farming Lands Town Lots Farm Lands in large or small lots. Bui If] ing lots in growing tovni of Tabor. NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers MEDICINE HAT. (From the News.) A. Carber'l, of town, hus com-' (From the News.) U'ork began this ou the on Alberta street, manse. The new fi adjoining wlU the the chon urn! to be divided into a a parlor. lean-to nt kit- ,vill for the neetiou with the Alberta Govern- ment. Accompanied by ilr. Black, he is now out on the Joseph- burg- trail for the purpose of rec- ommending necessary diversions and ,stoue basement improvements. From Josephburg in- furnace to Irvine trail Inspected, with tho same object in view, as: we'll as the Kill at the Cypress Saw Mill. Sir. Uallanlyne, accountant of the local branch of the Bank of Com- merce, is able to be out of the hos- pital after a siege of rheumatism and cardiac trouble lasting several lwwn Ui h und c Jft months.' Ue has been noufic-J of his Sunday The News" his transfer to Victoria, and left for I hut point, UA Wg 'crowd of Taborites sod a furious runaway yesterday. While Louis Johnson was driving the delivery of W. W. Douglas, the hpi-.se took nnd dashed across tlic railroad truck, out on to the prairie, and after running ii half mile, concluded to return. Thu horse wheeled and headed for Tabor, over- turning and smashing the vehicle, "iilso several dox.cn eggs, fresh' from the awl egg and throwing the driver violently to the 'ground, su.stahn.-d a few bruises. 72CKS FROM THE WIRE A four-year-old girl outraged j and mutvlercd Hontriial. A costing 000 will be installed at Edmonton. Cambridge won the university 'boat race from Oxford. Time, 18 min-! utes. J Rev', nr. Of Montreal, has! Ix-en a'.ldod to 1'ho staff of professors AND of flanw'ell, ihe bunk robl-er, SIT.IJ on his trip, and it cost 000 lo bnnii him back to Toronto from roail station. No "knockers" at Tabor; all are pushers -and lifters. Yes, this is a good a healthy whcrp knows all the folks, und where all the peopje wHt assist "one another, uixl not where Its '-'dog cut whatever means. Tabor is certainly the .spot home-seekers arc; ,rL, ,u looking for, "and please let lAnsfnul passed a bill Just Tkrw Crttoak Early md get cheitt. While working on a church tower at Dayton, George Allison and Charles stonemasons, fell '100 to A daughter was born to Mr, and Sirs. Chesterfield, in Nanton, Tues- day morning, April Mrs. Ida Swanson died last Thurs- day, March 29th, at her five miles northeast of town. There wns quite a serious fire be- attach itself to your memory a license-s trinrirun'fet-in." lo It will U tho means of closing saloons in the State. accompanied by Mrs. Ballantyne, on Wednesday evening. An interesting discovery has been made at the Heaver-Hills. It con- sists of a rectangular -limestone, 3x1 i-" feet, aiul about six inohes thick, and was found ou the high- est hill on the range, almost buried its entire length jn hard soil. On one side was chiselled an image much like t'ha.t of Mia Aztec sun god. The reverse shous a representation of the setting Mm.' On the top edge is a figure .so went be indistinguishable. W. F. RUSSELL r Rail Estate AgeuL Tabor, Alta, FOR SALE. One of the -best hotels on the Calgary nnd Edmonton railroad. -Everything new and up-to-date. This hotel is doing a first class busiuoss. One of the best livery barns in Alberia. 40 head of drivers and saddlp horses. Kigs nnd harness. lap rugs, everything robes cind complete. First class ranch and farm lands, i m pro v wl v mi i i n pj-oved. We have a choice lot of dwellings and residential lots to choose from. a 'good reason for selling. This is n snap. One registered' leyeland bay stallion. 'Price rigbi Good stock horsu. Ht'l p. male or fernale. dining girls, chyinbcrmaids and housekeepers secured. r further pn r t i cu lars apply to LLLTS ML LEAN, Alta. At St. Barnabas Church, .Medicine Tiat, Alberta, by liftv. W. on Saturday, March 31, Lilian A. Lidille, 01 Kent, EngiaiKi, to Geoffrey Baldwin Golding, of Eagle Buttc. The late John P. Laird had only heen a resident of Medicine Hat for ihivtc jpears, but tliat tinie he had made many warm friends through kindly and, gener- ous actions. He was a native of the Province of Quebec, and came out to Tteloraine, ilanituba, some years previous -to coming on as far as Orenifill, in 1398, to join 3Ir. J. E. llowson in the hotel 'business. Mr. took over the .business three years later, and conducted it until he joinc-d iFr. llowson in taking over the Assiniboia "Hotel here three years ago last December. Universal sympathy will be extend- ed tn tiio father and" relatives of the Arthur II. Marshall, who pass- ed in Winnipeg on Saturday last, aged 15 yours and 10 months. Town Clerk askixl the coun- cil to consider -his salary with a view to increase. He was receiving only u year, half of which he paid out for assistance. OKOTOKS. (From ttie Review.) A very pleasant affair was held on liist Friday in the Alberta when G. II. Lindsay, C. P. R. sta- tion tendered a banquet by his nunvjrous friends. About wore present with' Mayor Paterson in the chair as master. A letter has toeon received here from U. formerly manager of'the TJnion Bank, but now of Dem- burg, Sask., giving entertain- been unable lo learn the origin of the fire "or the extent a. tn ami 7.30 p. ra ST. MARY'S MISSION. 3.; Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Kvcnsong at 4.311 p. m METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Paster'. Sunday servicc.i si 11.00 a. m. and 7.3f) p. m. Stmilay School an I 'iMblc Class al 3.00 p. m. Pravw Meeting, 8.00 p. m. Epwoi P- nj. h League, Fi days, at 8.00 The first, edition Crop Bulletin No. 1, being a report 01 the princi- pal grain crops of the Province of Alberta for i'JOo, was completely ex- hausted..with in a few weeks after publication. A second edition is now in the hands" of the printer, and will shortly bo ready for distribution. Some adverse criticism has appear- ed in the press regard to flic official returns of fall wheat, but it is interesting to note.t-hat ilr. L. P. Strong, mnnagor of the Alberta Pa- cific Jilcvatop Company, states that he has been misquoted 1 y the news- papers. The statement which he made was to the effect that there were over wheaC grown in the Province during 1905. nof winter wheat, alone, and this statement is corroborated by the official returns which also v an increase "of 330 per ctnt over the 190-i fall wheat crop. This was compiled.' Vrom reports: received froni nearly 400 thix-shets, and owing to Inspector .Jams, of the mounted has .transferred to Aloosomin, to replace inspector! McGibbon. who goes to Battle ford. The new pobioiHcc "at Edmonton S wil1 re built on by Oar-' and Lessard, ut the_southeast corner ot Idee -and McDougall streets. Prince Arthur of Connaught was given a royal reception at Calgary lie was also warm- ly greeted by the Blacu'oot Indians at .Gleichen. John 'Ho-'id, a 62-year-old farmer, shot and kilk-d bluett, re- cently from Canada, at Wamore, Xorth Dakota." Jealousy over a woman was the cau.se. It is regarded as cer- tain that Jiev, John McNeil, pastor Ihe First Baptist Church, Winni- peg, will accept the call to ttaimer Street Baptist Church, Toronto. I'VE. Cigot, late of the staff of tho Bank of Commerce at kelson, for to ine. Bank of Commerce branch in. the northern city, bull elk kept the in- mates of the Hotel in Yel- left Vancouver Saturday night .Vtlin, having been transferred lowstone Park 24 hours. miles around being occupied. The town contains- three elevators, wrth average capacity of bush- Is, aiid some private 'grancries, and kinds of storrs. elc., an-d they expect 'to establish a newspaper shortly. fThc editor will have to and write as there arc a Inrce num'-cr oi settlers of that Thomson is the lucky pos- of a prcat curiosity. is a dead calf with two heads identically ilar hi 'appearance. The rnlf is t-hc ofTspring of a cow owned by T. Thompson, a farmer living -a short distnnc" from Okotoks. The cow'ho-d o shot and .cut open before the ca'f V.c takpn out, and H was foural thnt tlw obstruction was caus- by oiKj he.-wl Veins: doubled hack. The raU only lived a few moments. It is >fr, Thomson's -intention to havo it Tt is certainly a most remarkable looking nnunal ami well worthy of preserved. system iisod in. collecting these they must be approximately compilation of this the company by} bulletin causwl over let- tons. The figures in March tcrs to lia mailed from the. in the_histoty of Coal Michel............ Carbonado........ Tons. 7.90-i Total............ The ihcreasc in March over J-anu- is divided 'bet-ween the and Coal Creek collieries. The coke production in March, while not a record breaker, is very .satisfactory, there being The animal stepped into an old gey- ser hole aikl broke its leg, where- upon it was killed. A deputation from the postmast- ers parts- of the .Dominion went to: Ottawa to ask ment to increaese their minimum an- nual allowance to fifty instead of twenty-five" dollars. The mineral-: oaring portion cA' the Gillies limit, in the Cobalt district. about there has b'-en so much talk many rumois, is to be re- tained tty the, _ P.rcvince oi .Ontario aufl mined for the benefit of the peo- ple. "The great Detchon, farm, located near Davidson, will have 000 acres under, crop this year. -season bushels of wheat, No. 1 hard and No. 1 northern, were se- cured. Thirty farm Jrnnds are at work. A now foundry is" to be in Calijary for the manufacture of brass, bronze and white metal cast- ings. They -will erect two buildings and employ twenty men. Part of the industry will 1 c diverted to the manufacture of water pipes. Phillips, the York Loan Co. presi- dent, has now to go to jail in com- pany .with ordinary prisoners, the authorities refusing to allow him to The Lethbridg'e Hotel 1ft 65 W. Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern. HEADQUARTEKS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN WHEN IN LETHBR1DGB STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, jfirie fining room and best otgoods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR STANDARD Lumber Co'y A FULL STOCK OF Rough and Dressed Lumber J Prompt shipments made to Alberta go in a cnb. hair, a jet black when the 'investigation began. _ has now some streaks of gray, aird iiejs mont of Owing pale. "Kighty employees- of the Port riope, On t., brewery, out on bccauso the nianage- cut off the ".supply, of which was servud out to the men ,.six times a day. The complaint was Ihe nuniber ot enquiries j h much time in the.Dcpar ment for 111. .P rescRrd to weather Tne recent advance in IT. B. Co.'s shares.'on the London markets was Agriculture, to received by formation conditions. statistical'; tables and gencrul information in this connec- tion have boon added, -and "the. value of the bullet in as immigration liter- ature is thereby- "greatly enhanced. due to the nmgnificent results of the fur sales, which realized the estimate- having -been only Copies of the si-coml edition of this Slock jumped from bvlk-th: will !e mailed to'any per-1 to Later sales may increase son making application for same. j tire to-'tal'to HIGH KIVER. 1.700 Ibs. manufactured during the! montlv. It has bem currently reported, and on wlis.t" appears to be good author- ity, that the, C. P. R. intends to raise its road-bed two feet between Michel and Fernie. The reason giv- that the company propose Jto run .a -daily train between and the Yahk -branch OIL PIIO.VE" TO BE GUSHERS linn Long Ear -and Mrs. Crooked Ann are in the "Crow Agency Mon- tana jail on a charge of, bigamy. They fell in iove each other at Carlisle Indian School. Al- though each already had a spouse, it highest quality ever discovered risjis that they eloped, the woman, taking with 'her a papoose Oil City. Alta., April of the now flowing from t-he earth-in huge 'gushers in the .of; this 'province. These new oil fields ara situated in 1'he The present road-bert section of Alberta, within between 'those points is said be Jow, and the raising of it two feet will improve Jt. five miles of t lie international .bound- ary, nnd sonic forty-five miles south- of Pincher -The valley in KNOX CHURCH. A. M. Minister. Services tt 1A.OO a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday Sclwol at p., m. Prayer Meciinp; ci i h Wednesday .at '8.00- u 'disk.'. BAPTIST. T.I BE RNACLE. Kcv. C. Padlcy; Pastor. Sunday- Services at 11.00 m 7.30 p.. m. _ at p. m. Prayer meetinz WcdnntilaT at 8.CO o'clock" Circle tlternOOK lit 1 i? mcciii.gr, Ut Ird in (From the Times.) E._llilcy was elected first may- or, of the town by 152 mnJority'over M. H. Parrott. The councillors are Dr. Stanley, Lcm Sexsmith, A. W. H. Thompson, Percy Taylor, Xor- man Young and J. W. Sut-hcrlaml-; Sergeant Tlich, who "Was stationed at Claresholm for soiiw time, resign- ed from the R. N. W. M. P. on ril 1st. through itcrii on Wednesday for A terrible fire, originating from a spark from a chimney about two miles from New Forks Methodist Church broke out last Sun-day, and swept wrth terrible force across the country. .It broke oi't early in the forvrnoon, and rnsred until tho. snow fell iete-in the afternoon. Jt was only by Tinited efforts that the peo- ple" in its path saved their muklirFgs. Mr. Young lost three 'horses, which were in -his barn, one being very val- uable. Mr- Brooks also lost a horsa ami several other losses arc report- ed. :T' At a meeting of the parishioners oil whk'h "ll discoveries lie-is de- scribed 1 geologists as an enorm- ous crevice caused by volcanic erup- tion crosscuttmg ;t'ha formation of the Rocky Mountains, and forming a huge -hnsin, vacimi, into which! the oil has tn'en seep'mg for centuries from 1-hc coai deppsfts in the north. Olirist church held on Monday even- ing, a unanimous call was extended to Rev. Willis .James, of Okotoks. 11.; Barclay, agc-nt for the C. P. 11. Telegraph Co., in t-his :ng transferred io 1-ldmonton. Mrs. Barclay ami child, who are in Mont- .will join him shortly in Ed- monton. -Mr. Barclay's posrtiori is being-., taken-.by llSss'. Evans, who oc- r.upifd a similar position at Brand- on. (an-sl forming a vast lake, underlying the jbi.t miles ami ?300. Tho Klondike ranch, near Nanton Alta'., was sold to Richard Jones, c Almira. Wash., a native of Wales, by the owner, R. J.-Esplen, for an acre, the area hairig acres The new owner was ore oi the first settlers in the Big Bond country Washington. Mr. Plsplen I ought the land two years a'go for an ncre from the C. P. R. It is not often a town chronicles an occurrence like-the following: Jlr. Che Iwicl flrlinoton FRED. RODNEY, PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING.PUBLIC J EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER. RATES A DAY LETHBRIDGE .iohn Quance. who .reside west of Man., RAYMOND. A TCingston "despatch' says: There Jtns Ijfon considerable feeling creat- ed in Methmiist church circles here as a result of a musical concert which wns held in Sydcnha'm street church. ilaroUl J-arvis, a leading part in As an encore to the soloist, look the programme, is 'finished, and spanking teams to rattling good bxiggies can be sccurci! at fair prices. Vvhilc TaV.or -is growing rapidly, we don't thrnk vie s-hall ever overtake rock formation at a depth of a Ht-Jbave a married daughter who is 21 tie over a thousand feeti The coun-j years of 3ge, and that was the only try is niouirluinous, and in most' family they have had until thi? cases the valleys arc narrow whon. a II pouail boy was heavily timljcrt-d en the 'mountain! frmnto a cigar1 21_ sides tho formation is exposed {years between the two births.' Mr. 'showing a gently folded strata, Quance came from Exeter, nntfclinals, which can be traced forj Huron County, Ont. miles. Where a break in the formn- F. A. Bean, of Now Prague, Minn., TELEPHONE NO. 1 ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHE MIBON _ TABOU. (From our own CorrespomJcnt.) James Pierson's neat livery stabl occurSr a s-ccpagc can invariably wi found. 'A larice nnmher of these gtus exi.sl where; oil can bo dip o.ut, nml nil along tho creeks oil indications are plentiful. who is head of a large syndicate dis- posing c-.f lands in. Western Canada, says: "I see that in two days two thousand people lelt Minneapolis for Another instance of the Canada on T- "J i 1 t CllVi of thcsc b.u ficUJs 5s lhc tact [alone. Confirmation of the report her a close race, why Tnlrcr will away in the rear, watch out." Think three years ago your As for Raymond, kave her she dort't! of it! S. Uarrow; of Chicago, ajthat .1. Tlill was to build a trunk i representative of. the Stondrad' Oil lime from Winnipeg to t-he Coast in- The Hot H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Everj- attention given tlio travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephone -17 Landseckersr and Rancher's Company, has jvcrcl weeks in'surc-s above fivo thousand miles of: i this portion of Alberta looking over ncv; the prospcCln, tuWT IKS bc-J railways in (From the Chronicle.) I, Coombs ami wifo passed through Raymond on Friday to. sec their daughter off on Saturday morning's train. The. young 'lady to U-tuh for the purp'ose of transferring her allegiance to a fortunate young Salt Laker. Gvorgc Q. Cannon, who ranches on the Si. Mary's" near Maqrath, was married City', to tion was tendered ____ bride's aunt at her home in Water- loo, a suburb cf the city. that part c? Can- nv. v. __ ___ two .yvui'S. j was the only no fo7c'retu'rnVng that portion of'Mic wheat be! twills neighbors, excepting- a few coyotesJoilprospects of At'jcrta.. could r.otjho easily The demand for mKx.t ixs.'hHlcr: in .he -described them; hard spWng wheat lands in fertile! j Saskatchewan is something amaz- RATE1S, PER a IN! an occasional, jack, rabbit. Jell's new butcher shop, locStexl on as phenomenal. Johnson street, was opened for busi- ness on Monday last. Jett says he, COLD WHILE HUNTING: A voung womn-n, of JUxirchcad, will sell The fattest Leci in Southernl iannn.', named Jliss Dora Ncilson, j was prostrated by what she consid- fr 'the dead. She d last Wednesday in Salt o. Miss Ruby Derr. A trfbor AUxirta. Of course tJje Friday night