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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Tin: VOTE LV When you corne to the Me- tropolis stay at the fPalace I Hotel per day! Opposite C. P. U. Depot Taken From Southern Albeita Papers NEWS OF THIS LAST ULJSCT10X fallowing a copy ol the re- 'asked ior a nd produced at tJic i AlU-rta giving a record ''votes cnst :it ihe past provincial I Jolm A.'Simpson, L., 443; -Sam Cmry, C., 407. KAXfc'F. C. U'. Pisher, L., 42J; 11. O. UrcU, U1., Hon. t'nvuk UHvfr'h bill to amend tlkC juuuijjration uct, provide for, octant irhiUKi.-.s, most of 1 WHGONS is- i V AND which arc Uebigixvl to render il ditttculC for ujidc-ainible inum-i grauls to locate in fan-ad-a. An ar- ranfpmcnl has Ix-oii fonif to wirtbi Use immigration untboihies of the Unites! States wv accordanctt wiKA whk'h citizens of either country the vagrant, or criminal classes who bordor will be taken bade BOGGI Stephens ft.llockendorl proprietors ____.... VlcFarland is in town to- duy. He drove in from hU ranch on the N'orth Fork, SOUK- fifty yesterday. Mr. McKariand is one ol Vhc very settlors in the ilac- Icod district.' He came over the Ft. !icnton 'trail in the early days and tod ou a ranch'east-of the town of Macleod. At that time there was cot one house in Macteod except old 1. 0. 1 Jaker trading post, and that was on the island, llo.'brought a few cattle and horses ovor the .trail with him, and has stayed with this -district ever since Wild buffalo awl wilder Indians about all Mr. McFarland saw- in the country when 'he came here (From the' Chronicle1..) Mark IJrhnhnH, waffle stand the street' on Sontdny1 near the ros-i on dence of ,n die U A I M r IJIJT. LkVA J V% fc UFblCl S F i'l- VT t holds ifo64 for t wclve. inoirthii from f T ''PhSa? I P O siiW'tiSc-i-hat.-lhc'-uiktosiraWM ar-, L j i, u.. oi.h- n.-i.i Thn ful nwrmtf new: Just Tbrw ferly get Firtt choice. I'Onicsr Kiin'.-'uii, shot ''_' i y KOJUC I'oys at I tt'- Q target, Mr. Hi-inihall. to abiuft again in a ''cw 'days.1. The bullo-t has-not loca-twd. The oy, Voter Ije stole a hor.-e, smldlc aud bridle longing ;-to Young aboirt a ago, anil ivhc-n lust hoard from was at Uvc C. fi bar ranch forty niiles east of The have .cvnd it is sons, t'., OALOAltV, ig. l..( ItTOG; U: rive'''iiiiCanada.'The' lollowing new provision for the main- deported but re- JIIUH tilVlOt. C., 3Sd; Itrj; R... A." Wallace, ii. 403.. A. ,1. T'horno, M. L., 081; Ji D. Campbell, 1., Oa, 'I riXOflEU CUKBK. J. 'ilaicolltis, L., .050; F. 11. 480; H. W. f.V 4 io. ilKI) D'EKIC, PONOKA. L.. Farming Lands Town Lots Fann Landa.in or small lots. the soon -apprtiiended njul Mrs. while 01 their way lo StirHng' on. Sunday, .ho countr'v 'he here iiml. tht Doctor was holding! waci7 0 t_ hii biougW -into t eo n the I over, the -hor.se took fright, ran L., ftcclamatioa. mto j aixi .-threw Mrs. Kivers out course .of f The lady was not injuml .toyond canw.-onc.oi sli-htly -bruiscti; and but III Lie 'iamace UT.S dcrve the VKUMILUOX. S SseS .irtiii CorlcHS has mov-d his] M. McCauloy, F. 0.. iji i- i I f itti il to o 'o nffrc-brS cattle. has just soidi Born, no t-hc wife of I. M. -John- out. and is now going to son, n son, en Saturrtiiy, April the Pacific -to enjoy A well-1 The annual mooting; of the stock-j C.. oarnc-d holiday in the evening of life. I hoklers cf fire Coioimny, of Cnnada, took'place .'in Mayor Grady reports that he was A u ;infornved tey.C. P. H. officials. of the board ion his way from Edmonton. Satur-i The onlv In the !day. that the C. P. H. would start i is .lhc tbn..tljo.lttt-h'tbe pi Oi Mr. J. Win. Knifiht, and the elec- iwkv lino into town. we -hope tnisi r A V.aorath. fusid'cntr'Aiice into 't-he country from which' tfx'.v cainc: Whenever an ini- misrant or othor iwrsoji is found in Canada coutrary to the this act, ajul on 'deportation is re- fusod 'entry 'mto the country which; He catnc, on tlio ground pwelry fr 'have partr.eTship. Mr'I man .naiiKxl Wilson at Cranhro ivi-thdrawinij. i was triod aixi by a niisriuiu has wirhm one year his [iandirig' in Cana-da commrtlod a; 'ii 'crime j becon'x: -an inmate, of jail or hos- i IpKal or. other'charitable instituijon. it shallr'bo the 'duty...of th ck-rkv or j "i secretary "ol the municipality Uvith 'to notify t-he minister t-hereol; with .full particulars.. On receipt of such" information the mimster may, on the facts, or- rnrnirikir' dw the deportaiiott of such immi- A..Bnck, L. I2o; J. K.. Cornirall. _ own C09t aad charges. C., 33. j v-. to wav and, if not, t-hcn 1 CiJsary. Alhertau 'municipaliry The provincial m re- .1 VICTORIA. F. A. Walker. 1-., Shcrsi, C., j STKATiK'ONA. A. C. .'hiitherfo-Pit. L., 02o; C., 3O6. WKTASKIWIN- R.-M. Argue. C..'278: A; S. L., PEACE KIVER. I STANDARD j: Lumber Co'y .1 CAUDSTOX. _: Calvary and Edmonton Evervfhine new ami '.up-to-date.; Star.) doing a first business. contmct ior the furnishing oi One of ..barns, l" the Hudson's Bay 40 head of drivers and j s horses. Kip N ANTON. (From the Hoskins moved out to his tcid across t-hc Little Bow Lim 11 44 CTS ana i slorc Lothbridge, and ono at j He is nccoinpamcd. by harness. MacleQd. He to figure on his aunt. Miss-Hcskins. __ __. 1 A III A FULL STOCK OF and Prompt sliipruents iruvclo to, aiiy.part of 9 UH 1 were- too River job. but the find "S-S improved find unimproved. Jiiytr, Apni Wo haven choice lot of dwelling had the Measure of and residcntiiii lots choose from. Board ing 1 a reason i kins and have NaiVton one year. A son was J orn to Mr. and .Mrs. last''Saturday .morn- I the Allxrrta and (Krom our Own Correspondent.) for. selling! This is n simp. and the privil irrigation Compan or fonmle. other is' here surveying nn3iwcrft Mr, bookkeepers secured h? wouilnot and rrckel are >ut-j For apply to of SS of up fences with their pile-driving! Et.LTS a dirtv bird that bafouVd its own .'_. f' Itoncmbcr that'you'are ;not only JS Vou and thcv have and kiwnv as jou. I a KXmorx- iun in nu-n, tliftn in. I business, if you ,t. Be- I iittll! ?vttS "lloosit him sotn-c- more and -he mny i." ttiis iittK; MIV vi i oi your it will save you irom making bad mends. FRED. ROONEY, PROP. 5 GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBIIC" -1 J EXCELLENT CU1S1SE BATHS HOT AND COLD RATES A DAY f ;LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA: CHURCH >ixiv-...... ____ or using his- -to -that it and utterly impossible. CATHOLIC CHURCH. SuBday Low mass, 8.30 a. it jl.Ofl.; vespers, 1.30 m. Daily Mass (.30 a. m. Fattier Vao has contracted to have thcMand i noW utterly impossible. j broken at once. Ho will put in a i him'.-that it was laken J Action of flnx. Mr. Wilson- will i as a direct and his report inJrlRO crcct ah elevator here, which iho S-taf. Xaismitii CXpoct5 to have cnmpletoi by .urtfaer explained at the time ply lo a ly a pnvate.mcm 4 [resident; Senator has invested in ST AUGUSTINE'S1. CHURCH., Mr. Wooll's message over he was in commlttoft. ttw nature of which would not permit He is interested hi three him seeing them at that time.. -but thinks OoaWnle is Hammer that omte enjoy- botler than Any of the others. has last' been a regular _ len so ordered -by _ _ be -a vagrant .or .tramp, or if ttH-re be no such muni-'. IT ELEPHON'E NO: 1 The somewhat' s the "Tt C Rev. J..S. Olivers, A. K. C., Raclor.t d IQ -n ing lo .-I by Mr. one of the'.now set- 13.293. votes. hw desire to see _- and the them at 'times. urged theJiwrs. BUl.ll mni. the port-from he'came'-to Can-, at Ihe cost of the owrrer of the; which brought-him to Cana-j -to" Can- iv such com-1 from whencro i to tJeportca 'to the country David JoneJi, ii Matias at 11.00 a. Sunday School at S.W n. n Kvensong at 7.30 Celebration of 1st Sunday in the 8 a. m. ami 11 a.m. 3rd Sunday after Mit'i s. OtAer Stt- at 8.00 R.m. Matins and Ei tmsong at a. n. aud 7.30 p. m ST. MARY'S MISSION. (No. I..H Sunday School at 3.00 f. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. n. 'CLAUESHOLM. (From Rev There large number of steam plowing prepariDR for work in Clatvuho-lm's -duitrict. tf. Co., and also the Cummingw Bros. aro tearing up the Mr. Munroe at work in a shorl arc har. r.t it in ihe country, where the Carman ftnjfinc Wallaces' wil also be found. engine wil tony l f Mlo. ItesWcs (From our Own Cor respondent.) evening, the "Boothe- oung MusicAic." was greeted a xir-sizcd audience. .The singing and >iano soles wcrn inspiring, and the nimrtablc. II. S. 'Young caught His onrors from the start with his fnn- y recitals. Election day nnocent excitoment, but nt vcre. closed, a number of WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. O. Uuipww, Pallor. there are nil kinds of contracts let for team work, .and amount of fjpemking outfits now in can do, acreage o tin Sunday service? at Jl.M 4n- prairie this summer i 7.30 p. m. 'I district wi41 enormous. School T'lblfc OaSS Viai ou Sunday School Prayer Wting, Wtdr.-srtays, P- Lrague, Fi 4ayK, at P- Class all Som2 of our urmers have hee coM fwt over fall The sanw a man in 01 KNOX CHURCH, plowed up some oi h _, J wheat, tftinkin'sr vt been winte What was wont 20 Ihc'ncre. As as the roo the life is in the plant received >ss :tnan 39 per ceftt. of the vote polled'. The largest as baa txvn in this i-apt-r was polled in C.OMMKVl OX.TIIK ELECTION. m Aibertan.) Calff'ary. rion. C. W." Crofs The party oi Altcrta i individual vote, witfc 1.-JU not an entity at the present The largest vote I It is swept owt existence., thftt Hon! W. H. Gushing, land 'whether, it Wifl ever recover! 1 and third At th B neimett. with" l.OOa: F.': A'jjpfcscnt fioes. not exist, little 1 Walker, polWJ the CouserraiUit'. caadklate was ALL KIXDS Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, PICHE MIRON tjrea-ths about, Sherman hands of the Simmons men., nsule a charge upon ihe polling place the day. Liberal voters nrc disagrceoblc to mo-t on election -day. Yes. the Tabor posiofftce should be r.l Icost one inch longer, and wkter. Still, 'its got which was 693. Mr. 'Walker; had I behind the I- of 540, and Mr.; HoyW, r- was never a ica- ____ party dkl not place a can- cast 'by retunuzii" otftccr. I didAlc in the field at the last elec- Tte vote the ridings I The Labor party was not ccm- wnh of Kcd was 13.230. as a factor in ifcc election >n r-wths about reminding a nvajoniy oi. aDoui, of .'03. The smallest yt, party was never a i of" ture in before this d mot his Waterloo at the, nmjon h a-gorily of 11 ton. The party dkl not place ac Simmons son, ot I ._ A. P. bv the fMings north as ori Deer in VHher north or south. district. When 'the okct-ior.s were broupnt om. to favor the Labor pmrty. for that reason a candidate The Conservative party was nftver postoflicc was when Ben .llje Franklin was postmnster-gencral WIULF. HUNT1XOI toiisiderwl seriously. The party United Stfttes. and saw thal.J I nnt. considered serio The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor attention givon she tmvciUng public. Stfihli- in connection 47 RATES, PE1R DAY 1'hos.' lAtberla ia The i0Kc. in the Legislature is from the first, in n ConstaMe at Cliapleau, Ofttario J VMcfl always tairiy HIT. A. M. Ooruon. Miuister. i SuwUf Setvlcts it a. m. 54 3. iVi. Sunday School at I.M p. m. Hraytr Meeting evening at BAPTIST TABS.ENACLE. Rev. C Paator. Sunday Services at a. m. 7.38 p. m. II1O IT RIVER. the Tinws.-) letter and went'to where] they were No, there are; no'frills bring put cr, at this at Clkapleau, Chitario, wWcft .was aiwwy.s .Tonst-n, of and 3fissrcays: "T CAUfifct a wvrre co4J m-Wle jeiy .divided the was Hill, of Stirling, marri-i huotinjf 'H burglar in the the beginning at that place, ami Jjavr. jwst last fall. Itfafcricf cf anrt here, they wiH ivsidc in bcriajn's Cough 1 Irie4 it. Vative party was a ?act. and after two snwll votes ot" th< nre bnsv and talking! was coroplotely datw. the lovcJv' woathor. Well. 15s .intended esprciaJty for Ttic Owwvatne future. .Farmers nre hwsy and iMkmg was compiewiy ahout the IcvcJv woathor. Well. 5s intend for Tttc Ooiwrvalue. Ylh., i flroni tne iinKS.-) I-olds It will he a factor until the menuers Higli TCivcr. on April vhere pi.-nty of H. in" Jeis'timo luaa by any j party scfcct a leader w ho can lead, ;6th Mr and Mrs. E- Varloy, I A nmnlx-r our ami othor treatnwnt and is a is respected and aJmuvrt V daughter..' bmldings nre ricelltnrt members of the party, and unti. I.K S TVw5e-In Hiqh. lliw. on April coats of Mr. and J. a of the lacrosse and haw-j FOK THE PE.ST SERVICE IN IHTHPRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS a'clock. Scwkt Circle o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. [son. t Tlv; Union IVink is certainly a busy is Vopt frc.m early moroing MenvVcrs of the lacrosse ansl ball clubs are cvfry evening i :hc ball, notices', are postal pointing to s. to l.c held for purpose to Walmcr lload early morning l.c held for Church, Toronto. 4 llorald -re -r advertise you want reM lhc'Herald. Rivbscrlbe to ihe Herald and in touch with what is going or, WE ARE ADVERTISED OUR SATISFIED TKIENDS ;