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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H.LStephcns Matt RockettdoH # When you oome to the Me* Z tropolis stay at the 9 Palace | Hotel-V I : : $1.00 per day Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens * Rookendorf X Proprietors 'I Calgary, Alberta Farming Lands Town Lots Farm Lands in lnrge or small lots. m****to****&M*&**&** ������� NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers : i MEDICINE HAT. NANTON. (From tho News.) ' (From tho News.) .T. A. Cnrberl, of town, has com-' Work began this week on the now pleted his Territorial work and on- huiltjlng for the Presbyterian church, tors Milt wook on his duties In con- 0n Alberta Nircol, adjoining the ncctlon with llio Alberta Govern- mansu. Tho now building will bo ment. Accompanied by Mr. 1). ;jOx.*>0 foot, with n 14-foot loan-to at Mack, ho Ih now out on tho Joseph- tho back to ho divided Into a klt-burg trad for tho purpose of rec- ebon ami a parlor. 'Hicro will he n ommonding necessary diversions and Hlotio basement UUx20 feot for tho improvements. From .) oBvphburg In- furnace. to Irvlno tho trail will Iks inspected with tho name object in view, as well ns the hill ut tho Cypress Haw Mill. Mr. Dallanlync, accountant of tho local branch of tho llnuk of Commerce, Is able to bo out of the hos-pitnl after a siege at rheumatism nnd cardiac trouble lusting several ' uvixn High lit Ivor nnd Cayley last months. * llo has been notified of his j Suiwlny. The News has boon unable transfer to Victoria, ami left for (hot point, nccompnnlid by Mrs, Uallnntyne, on Wednesday evening. A daughter wns born to Mr. and Mrs. Chesterfield, in Nanton, Tuesday morning, April .*). Mrs. Ida Swanson died last Thurs day, March 20th, nt her home, five miles northeast of town. There wns ipiite n serious Are bo An interesting discovery has boon made at tho llcaver Hills. It consists of a rectangular limestone, 3x1 J foot, nnd about six inches thick, and wns found on tho highest hill on the range, almost buried Its entire length in hard soil. On ono side was chiselled an Image much like Mint of the Aztec sun god. The reverse chows a representation of the sotting sun. On the top edgo Is a figure so weather-beaten ns to be Indistinguishable. Golding-Liddlo- At St. llnrnabas Church, Medicine Tint, Alberta, by Nov, \V. Nlcolls, on Saturday, March 81, 1900, Lilian A. Llddle, or Kent, England, to Geoffrey llaldwin BuiHuig lots in jjtrowing town of joolding, of Euglo lluvto Tal.or. W. F. RUSSELL Keal Estate Agent . Tabor, Alta. FOR SALE. Ono oft ho best hotels on tiro Quinary ami Kduionton railroad. Everything now tunl up-to-date. This'hotel is doing u first class business. One of the host livery barnB in Albert u. '10 head of drivers and Buddie horses. Itigs and hurness. roben and lap rugs, everything complete. First class ranch and farm luuds, iinp'rovi.il and un improved. We have a choice lot of dwellings nnd residential lots to choose from. Itoanling house, ii t�ood reason for selling. This is a snap. On" registered ( Welnnil bay siallion. I'rice righl Good stock horse. Mel p. male or female, dining r>oin uiils, chuinbi-nnuids and lioupekeepers secured For further particulars npply to Ellis & Mi 14ea>hls many kindly nnd generous actions. Ho wns a native, of the Province of Quebec, and came out to Doloraine, Manitoba, some years previous to coming on ns far ns Grerrioll, in 1808, to Join Mr. J. E. Howson in the hotel business. Mr. Laird took over tho business three years later, and conducted it until ho joint*! Mr. Howson in taking over the Assiniboia Hotel hero three years ngo lost December. Universal sympathy will bo extended to Hie father nnd relatives of tho Into Arthur 11. Marshall, who passed away in Winnipeg on Saturday Inst, agvd ] ,"i years and 10 months. Town Clerk Adsit. asked the council to consider his salary with a view to increase. Ho was receiving only Sl.iJOO a year, half of which he paid out for assistance. OKOTOKS CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC! CU'JUCH. Sunday Services:- Low n ass, 8.30 a. n ; high nasi, 11.00 ; vespers, "i.30 p. m. Pal'j Sen lues:- Mass 1 30 a. m. Father Van Tigtaem. A big crowd of Taborltos witnessed a furious runaway yesterday. While Louis .Johnson was driving tho delivery outfit of W, W. Douglas, the horse took fright and dashed across tho railroad track, out on to tho prairie, and after running a half mllo, concluded to return. Tho horso wheeled and headed for Tabor, overturning and smashing the vehicle, also several dozen eggs, fresh from iho "butter nnd egg district," and throwing tho driver violently to tho ground, who sustained a few bruises. The horso was captured at the rail road station, No "knockers" at Tabor; all are pushers Bird lifters. Yes, this is a good count r>-and a huollhy one--where God knows nil the folks, and Where all tho people will assist one another, ami not where its ''�dog eat dog," whatever limit means. Tabor Is certainly the spot homuncekcrs arc looking for, "and please let -Mils fni-t attach itself to your memory with a glndnin' grip." -Tnl>or Is proud of her schools and churches. The Latter Day Saints and Presbyterian .marches nro t pen each Sabbath, whore wholesome and timely instructions arc heard. TICKS FROM THE WIRE WAS HE THICK ED? (From the Frank Paper.) C, W. Grace, who conducted a harbor shop In Frnnk for two years, end who recently disposed of his business ami went to Montana to, as the army, ami being an enthusiast on the United Stales army, is In serious dWTIculties at Fort Assinabolne, and to learn tho origin of the fire or the extent 0! the damage, but a consld cranio territory wns burned over, nnd the loss was surely heavy. Tho most, serious sufferer reported wns Mr. Young, the well-known musician. Mr. Young lost his stable and five ncrlonsly injured that it was nejo* snry to kill It. It wus reported-that Mr. Young was dangerously on rued while righting the fire, and o�hor reports are that his injuries are net serious, but that he had a narrow escape. � ' ' �......o- 1 MACLEOD. (From Hie Advance.) It Is reportef that a party whoso name we are for tho present asked to withhold, meets incoming settlors nt. Mnclcod station, circulating literature nnd holding out Inducements calculated to cause such people to \>abH~ our town and continue their journey further north. Tho council would do well to enquire Into this alleged slate ot affairs. There is a snake In the grass, somewhere, and if we are to retain any If..... the new comers, the lioast must 1�1 u�mpti'blc"trick to ST. AVOUSTINE'S" CHURCH. (Anglican ) Rev. ,1 S. C!iivrrs, A. K. C, Rector. Hev. David Jours, U k., AtsUtaat. Sunriavs:- Matins at ll.no a. m. Stinilny School pt 3 CO p. m Evensong at 7.3a p. m CetebiAiioii nj lit iy 'nmmnnlon:- 1st .Sui'dny in tho ninth, 8 a. m. (I'luin), and 11 n.m. (Choral), ii.l Svula> iider M.rt 11>. Other Sun- e shot nnd cut o|ien before the calf could te taken out, nnd H wns found that the obstruction wns caused by one head reinur doubled back. Tho calf only lived a few moments. It is Mr. Thomson's intention to have it stuiTod. It is certainly a most remarkable looking animal ami well worthy of bo'ng preserved, o HIGH RIVER. routed out. und this ean'-t be dono too quickly. Mrs. T. 11. Ilisset died last Thursday evening. 'Pho deceased, who loaves a hustmnd and several small children to mourn her death, ha been ailing for some months,. Tie .unernl was held Saturday from the Presbyterian church. The sorrowing relatives have the sympathy of tho community in their bereavement. Our old friend, Mr. .lames Wilson, is, we learn, in llegina in connection wilh the proposed transfer of western brands to the Alberta province. It is learned here that Mr. Wilson has treen nppolntcd brand recorder for the province. A better man could not have W'en uppointed to the position. about by circumstances, which look peculiar to sny tho least. Some time 'before leaving Frnnk, Mr. Grace received notice from tho American war department that a commission of second lieutenant was at hin -disposal, provided ho cared for It ami could pass the examination. He had served some years In the army, and being an enthusiast on military matters, immediately accepted. He loft a month ago for Fort Asskiabolnc, and a week ago wrote Mrs. draco that he had received his commission. Hut this week several letters havo been received here inquiring as to his character and ono states that ho is under arrest at Fort Assinabolne as a deserter. Mr. Ornce's friends are at a loss to understand the case, but It. is the general supposition that ho mu�t have deserted from the army when he left the service, ami that tho offer J. a commission was a con-get him within the jurisdiction of the American mil itary authorities, CROP BULLETIN IN DEMAND. I The first edition i* Crop Bulletin No. 1, being a report of tho principal grain crops of tho Province of Alberta for 1U05, was completely exhausted within a few weeks after publication. A second edition is now in the hands of the printer, nnd will shortly be ready for distribution FEHNIE. A four-year-old girl was outraged and murdered near Montreal, A Fcwerof/e system costing $350,* 000 will bo installed nt Edmonton. CnmbrldRO won tho university boot race from Oxford, Time, 18 minutes. Rev. Dr. F.lllou, of Montreal, has boon added to the staff of professors of Wesley College, Winnipeg. Bnnw'ell. the bank robber, spent. SlT.ll on his I lip, and it cost 8(1,-000 to brlnif him back to Toronto from ibnmniea. While working on a church tower at Dayt.�n, O., Ocoiyc Allison and Charles Hnund ts, stonemasons, fell 100 finl lo (heir death. The Ohio Legislature passed a bill raising ih" price ot liquor licenses to SI.Ono U will I e tho means of closing ft,000 saloons in the Stale. Inspector .Jnivis, of the mounted police, Kogi-ia, has been transferred to Mooaomin, to replace Inspector McCJibbon, who goes (o Hattlcford.! The new pnsiomre at Edmonton will lo built on lots owned by Onr-icpy nnd Lcssard, nt tho southeast corner ot Rico and "MeDoUgall streets. Prince Arthur of Connaught was given a royul reception at Calgary awl "Edmonton. He was also warmly greeted by tho BlacKfoot Indians at Ulcichen. John 11 odd, a c.2 yoar-old farmer, ^ot and KilKd trail* ftle^ett, recently from CannUa, ni luamoro, North Dakota. Jealousy over a woman was tho cause. It is regarded as practically certain that Itov. John McNeil, pastor o.f the First Baptist Church, Winnl-j peg, will accept the call to Maimer; Street Baptist Church, Toronto. F. E. OigOl, bile yf the staff of the Bank of Commerce at Nelson, loft Vancouver Saturday night for .Vtlin, having been transferred to the Bank of Comtn rcu branch tn the northern city. An infurlnlod bull elk kept the inmates of tho Cottage Hotel in Yellowstone Park impr.boncJ 24 hours. The animal stepped into an old geyser hole and ' broke its leg, whereupon it wns killed. A deputation from the postmasters from all parts of the Dominion went to Ottawa to ask the Government to incroaese their minimum annual allowance to fifty instead of twenty-five dollnrs. Tho mineral-: earing port ion cfc the Oillies limit, in the Cobalt district, about wlilch there has I'-on so much lalk ami many rumois, is to bo retained by tho Pn\lnce of Ontario and mined for tho benefit of the people. 'The great Dotchon farm, located near Davidson, Snsk., will havo 0,- 000 acr.s under crop this year. Lost season fl.r>.e\ must bo approximately j f|* ^(|lt i,1Vwerv, w. nt hut it will be seen that March lends|t,,rreel. '!!,. compilation of this !; ,lrik,', v,cr,uis,' \ tho ;hes. They will cr�'ct two buildings and einplov twenty men. Part of .he jmhivirv �ill le diverted to tlw muniifnctiiru of water pi|ies. Phillips, the York Loan Co. presi-Ihisjdonl. hits now l )jo to jail In com-tho' pnny with ordinary prisoners, the author.tics refusing to allow him to go in a cab. His huir. a jet black wh"ii the investigation Hgun. has now some �ireals of gray, and hcJs pale. *lnht.v employees of the Port out on A FULL STOCK OF �ococoo&C)Oiwccaxiociaxoxo3oecoeoeoei r,L& : Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta n the histoiy of 1,970 "tons. Tho figures In or each colliery were: Tons ......43,701' received by tho company by, bulletin uN� caused over 3.000 lot-; jiU.nt ' ,., ,(f iiM. supply of tojr March^ers to he mulled from tho Depart- whi(.h XV|1S" w.,vi.d ,ut to tho men ment o( Agriculture. !Kix ti,UK , day. The complaint was Owing t.i Hie numljer of enquiries j ^flt Ui(V k (i|)t ,co wwh t)mo ,n i tho Department tor �n-, , it. . i with regard to weather ......29,667 formation �.,n .�........-- , , ...... 7,901 .on.iitioiis sitttistlcal tables and Tho recent advance in H. 11. Co. s oal Creek............. Michel.................. Carbonado.........................t w.................._..... -~"i generul iiifxniiulion in this connec- j shares on the London markets wns j Total..............................81.27J-! tion liave be. n added, and the value ; due to the magnificent results ot the Tho increase in Murch over Janu- nt t|)t, i,uii,.tii, as immigration liter-1 fur sabs, which realized �880,000 ary Is about evenly divided between ,(,,, jS tliorohy greatly enhanced, t the eKtimnlc having been only tho Michel and Coal Creek collieries. I Copies of Hi, hccoinI edition of this �300,000. Slock jumped from �89 The rokn production in March,, |,.,u,.| j,; \,. mailed to anv per-1 to �W2. Later snles mnv increase while not a record breaker, is vory i soll making application for same. jtlto total lo �400.000. WKLI.S I'HOVE TO BE OUSHERS i that the C. P. R- intends to' oil Ciiy. Alia.. April 5.-011 of tho though each nliv.idy had a spouse, It satisfactory, there being 25,451 tonti X.700 lbs. manufactured during tho' month. j (\u It has born currently reported, nnd: on what appears to bo good author ty. that the C. P. R. intends ti raiso its road-bed two feot between; hight,st I,,�,,,, nVP;. discovered is Micliel and 1-ermo. The reason giv-. now flow it fui,n lha liarUx ,, hUK0 cn is that the company propose to �. uin a daily train between Macleod und Spokane,-when the Yuhk branch is completed. Tho pivsent road-bed Ivotween 'those points is said to ho tow, nitd the raising of It two feet will improve It. linn Long U�r ami Mrs. Crooked Arm are in the Crow Agency Montana jail en a charge of bigamy. They fell in iove with each other a', tho" Carlisle Indian School. Al- CDc fiotel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY Ilethbridge - alberta! gushers iii the southwestern part of this province Thoso now oil flolds are situated in 1-he extremo southwestern sen urn of Alberta, within live miles of the International bouwd-ury. nnd some forty-live milos south is alleged that they eloped, the woman takiug with her a papoose ami 8300 The Klondike ranch, near Nnnton. Alta., was sold lo It chard Jones, o'. Alniira, Wash., a native of Wales, b> the owner. K Esplen. for 815 nn acre, the area 1 �ing 1,170 acres Q^O^ToToToTolOlOIOIgOP^ TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. ing. n unanimous call was extonded to lluv. Willis JntiKS, of Okotoks. p. II. Ilarelay. agent for 'the C. P. 11. Telegraph Co., in t>his city.^pbe-ing transferred to Edmonton, sirs. TAMOH. (Prom our own Correspondent.) James Pierson's noat livery stabl At a meet,,E of the ^oWr. ot\^^ ! Ohrist church held on Monday even-, ,;:;logists as^^^J ; tion crosaciiiiing fho formation of|'an." , ltto ,0' &1C0 an tho Hocky Mountains, and forming a!luro f""" u,,! 1 P U' huge lmsm, or vacum, into which; p jS llot f([en n town chronicles the oil has be. a seeping tor centuries1 ,n (Urtur. nee l.Ue the iollowing: Mr. n.T.vinv � Position is tlo over ,,llollsnrK| fooU Tho coun.,, ( , J t t, ,,v 3,"I^Jila,^msllton atWBraad:itPy "� �'�""l�inou�. �� '� �'"�t;f,,n'h li.'V have had until thiV .upiel a similar lmsition at Brand-. t.nsCH th(, Vllllt,ys mrvow nn(1 wJii>n a n pumiU , oy was heavily timbered on the mountain iiomio them, making a clear 21 fides the formation is oxpnsed veins lii-lwen the two births. Mr' showing a gently folded strata, or nn,j ^)is quam(. inma from Exeter, miticlinals, which can bo traced for |(,,,.,,, founty, Ont. miles. Where a break In tho forma-1 ic aniui.,..i ,i ,,,,i,i A ,.t'on occurs, a si-epa-gc can Invaria'dy P. \. lkan, of New Prague, Minn., hit.*,! t?ut Ut\e ,tCft"W touwl. A large nuinbor of these! who ih lu-nd of a lar^o syndicate dis-,.- ?, ,ttU'i/uf WO* 1,u�8i�jca� seepages exist whero oil can bo dip-l posing �'Hif"l. Ilhousaiid |� ople let Minneapolis for IMUUridS b Lend tT'l^l Another instance T,f tho great Wratern Canada on Iho Soo lino hm a those oil lields is tho Vact nlo.m. Onlii-uuitlori of tho report whv Talor \vm tLlw ta2S h�r thn^ W" S- "aiTow. of Chicago, a | that J J. IIill was to build a trunk i H,, Lr -of ill .^'f >-opresenttttive of tho Staiidrad Oil line from Winnipeg to the Coast in-Thnk Zt iti 7?,i�! Company, has spent several weeks in,suits above five thousand miles of out. imnk or it! omv ........, ,,,.,..,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,!IlPlv ,.nilu.flvs in that nart Jl Can PIOHB & MIRON r r i A TCing-sion despatch says: There Juis Isu'ii cousiderablo (ooling created in Methodist church circles hero as a result of a musical concert wb-ch was held In Sydonham street Methodist church. Harold .T-arvis, Hie soloist, look a boding part In tho programme. As an encore to one of ills numbers ho sang, by special i-orpinst, the Irish song, Tin Several of those present I. WAYMONIl. (From the Chronicle.) Coombs and wife passed through itaymond on Friday last to see their daughter off on Saturday morning's train. Tho young lady gous to Utah for tjie purpose of transferring hor allegiance, to a fortunate young Salt Lakor. George Q, Cannon, who ranches on tho St. Mary's nonr Ma^ralh, was married lust Wednesday in Salt Lak0 City to Miss Ru'iy Derr. A reception waH tendered thorn by the bride's aunt at her homo in Waterloo, a suburb of the city. There has been-ahoom in the nat tiralliation of aliens, the officers hero porary loft tho cnurcn cmnng l�lu "iwiwu | "i'"?4 "iTIV^�':r�V� �,,,,i,T �nkeri out and much friction among the ch�ro U^ut^.^onty-flvo having taken out members has followed as a result./ 'citizens papas- a way watch The Hotel H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor sor Every attention given :): ";,\-li:ng public Feed Stable in connection TeUi.hom- 17 Lniulseikers' and Rancher's Heudquarters RATES, $1.00 PER DAY Jell's new butcher shop, located on Johnson stivot, wns opened tor business on Monday Inst. Jott says ho will sell tho fattest beef in Soutlvern Allx'rtn. Of course the Friday night danc was given. band poured, forth its sweatost music, and whnf a Jolly, fun-loving crowd! fluhold tho fashionable and bon-ton as bring phenomenal. -o- CAUGHT COLU WHILE HUNTING A 11UROLAR. .* Hie rriuuy nigni uani; I Mr nm, tdiw. wuurgiui, -�...... ,Ki,.. si,,.n,h who At an early hour the cia! Constable at Chaploau. Ontario, | wm to ?h,fl*w?L8P*,S ' says: "I caught a severe cold while went to the � o is In iho �Inter to hunting il -hurLdar in tho forest work. In 'linuniy. a girl fi iena,,_n Saskatchewan ing. something amaz-1 A young woman, of Moorehoad, I Minn.', named Miss Dora Noiison. was prostrated by what she consid-Wm. Thos. Lanorgnn, Provin-! oreU n voice from the dead. Sho hunting n burglar in tho forest _____swamp last fall- Hearing of Cham and, uorlaln's Cough Horoody, I tried it llnmidii wrote Miss Nellson Strand had been killed nonr that thoro. ^77n3d^eTpecTany for-coughs and a.v. ^\n^^vrl^ iS colds It will loosen awl relieve a saying ho had just nrrhed at l-orgo ,,o,r , i-Kn?m0 than bv any and was coming over to see her. of fahor es the llft'ht-hoartod airu, oormin a xjoush ........... ,.............. nimble-footed inorrymakors glide j and after using two small bottles, I and buried at that place. Tho other uboul tho largo hall to the soul stir- was completely cured." This romcdy'day sho wns called to the telephone dng strains of "Wp Coon." and ' "" ' ' ' "~'"" '- '>"""" "My llngtime Liza Jane." W. Shroader of moat market fame !Knvot, �n