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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ************* H. I.. Stephens Matt Roctoriarf � When you oorno to tho Metropolis otay at the Palace Hotel + 4 .Vr  'J MM��>**��ttt�'TmtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers $1.00 per day j Opposite C. P. R. Depot t Stephens * Itockcndorf 2 Proprietors  Ca lgary. Alberta! Farming Lands Town Lots MACLF.OD (.From the Uatotto.) , .Joso|ih McFnrlaml Is in town to-day. Ilo drove tn from bin rcuioh on tho North Fork, souw fMty miles, yesterday. Mr. McFarland la one o( t'ho very ttr�t settlers in the M�c-lood district. Ilo camo over the Ft. Denton troll in the early days and located on a ranch east o( the present town of Macletxl. At that trmo i hoix; was not one house tn Macleod except the old 1, (2. Maker trading l>0Ht, and thai wns on the Island. Ho. brought m few rattle and homes owr the trail with him, and has stayed with this district ever �ihcc. Wild buflfalo ami still wilder Indians awe about, nil Mr. McFarland saw-In tho country when ho came here. Tho small hunch of horses and cattle he brought tB. \ way Uno itito town. We hope this j information ia true. 1 Tliere la a rumor around town that BuIMiue lota in (crawiug town of I ft iJ^.J^jj^gm next year. This rumor la unwar ranted and la false. We have made a point of calllnK on the manager of tho Hudson's Hay Co. hero, and have found out that there la only a temporary delay of a few weeks ow iiiff 1o the tend" rs of tho contract ors lor the erection of the building according to the plana and speclnca' t lona of lbs engineer buing somewhat over the appropriation made by the directors, which will le remedied or provided for by the first meeting of the directors. Kichard Kohnoilck is storting to erect a very large and commodious ! rick barn and livery stable. We learn on good authority that Mesara. Struthcre llroa. are content plating the erection of a fine large business block en Main street. Charles Stevens and llarvcy Bruce ivho have formerly been carrying on l.usir.css ns 11 very stable keepers have dissolved partnership, Mr Itrure withdrawing. CARDSTOX. KAVM0N1). (From U>a Chronicle.) Mark Itrimlmll, while standing on he street on Sunday ttonr tho residence of Kniest UtnV.ull, was shot n the leg I y Home 1-oys slvooting at a target. Mr. Ilrimhnll expects to " o about again in a few days. The bullet lias not yi�t boon located. The ono-lcgwd toy, I'ctnr l.cvlob, stole a lu'r.�e. saddle ami bridle belonging to Spence Voting about a we.>k a^o, and whe-n last heard from wns nt the 0. ft bar ranch forty miles oast, of Stirling. The police have l:�it noliflo KniRht t'ompany, of Itaymond, Onnndn, took place in Sail Lake City April 7nd, and was |)reced.'d hy a meeting of the board of directors. The only ehawyo in the board of directors is the retirement of Mr. .1. Urn. Knight, ami the election of Mr. A. Magrath, of Leth-hrldffp, Canada. Mr. Knight gave up b s position in order to devote more of his time to tho mining business of his father, dossi- Kmlght. ITIIH VOIR 1M TUB Y , J 1.A8T BLK0T10N The fallowing is a co|iy of tho rc* ; i.uniN nsked for and produced at tho : Albertn legislature, giving a record lot Votes cast, at the past provincial election: I 1NX1HFA1L. i limn A, Simpsmi, 1,., 40S; Sam � Otitry, C, 407. I IIAXFK. ! V. W. Fiahor, t,, 431; II, O, llrott, |c, a�r.. ! l-iciitimiixiio. ! l�r. DoVcber, I.., 4i>lj W. 0. .|.ve�, 0.. 3�0. IM'MfUIIATtON* AOT i AMKSItMKNTrf; Hod. Frank Oliver's bill to amend llvo juuutgration net, provides for mau.v iiuf;ottant rhangiis, most, of which are designed to render it m�r dlfllr.ulC lor undesirable Immigrants to locate in Canada. An arrangement has bet'ti come to wHb I ho iimnignttlon uiithoiities of the Urilcd States m accordance wKft whieh citizens of either country of the vagrant or criminal classes who t-roM the border will be taken baelc whttn conducted to the international tM)tind�ry line. This reciprocity WAGONS AND to* Just Htcelvtd Three Cerloadt. Early and get First choice. TmVoi. W. F. RUSSELL Kcul EBtnt.> Ak���1 TuU>r, AlU�. E. W. Kingston (lout's Tailor Your own umtoriul uiatU* nji. t'leaiiint;. VrcsHinn, Kepuiriug, Altt-riiiK. 'l\'inp.)raiy pivmist'.h Knal tlic KitKlish C'htirHi. of FOR SALE. ( Mil'of the IwBt It .ti-ls on the Otlgjiry mid Ednionton railrowl. -- Kvorytliinu now ami up-to-dalf. iFrom tho �tor.) This UoU-l is tloinif a Hrot elaes Mr. 8. S. Newton, manager of th IjnsinotiS f-'urdaton stone iniarry haa rewivetl ... ^UBMCINIS HAT. IholuVttood for twelve months from W. T. Firtlay, t,, A75; P. 0. 81*. the time that the undesirables or- i sons, C, ��. Hvo in Canada. The following now 5'^'�0AItY. I clause tnnkoa provision for the main- II, Ciishliiff. 1... 1,085'; II. II. tranancc of persons deported but re-wnnott, t.., 1006: McUoiwW, l.*!)., 'ftiaotl entrance Into the country from 't0li- . j which'tiny cam: "Whenever an im- v� , . , , , HfOH UIVBn. (misrajit or other im-aon Is found In Aow O'^up.V Adorns hnnibor Co. A. .1, Ilobertaon, C, 560; W, II. Canada contrary to the provl&lona of ------ Hiorne. I,., 1,3; n. A. Wallace, I..,' this act, a�vd on deportation is re- i fused entry into the country train .^�aaajajaamf^B^BBj^Bjjs^aBjBBjajiK M\OLiV)i). which.' he enmo, on the ground of his , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I). .1. (,i-jcr, 0., !!�(�; M. McKen^lo, not IwlBg a subject or citizen of that ' k., ';H1; �. .). D. Campbell, l., 3H, country, he shall on his raturn to', - FIXOIIRU CIIICBK. iOflnad.1. If d criminal. Im subject to j .1. V. Marcollus, L., 350; F. II.' detention in any Jnil named by the I Sherman, Lab., t�0; U, W. S. Kent- minister, or otherwise in some hos-J mis, P., 410. jpttalior otltor institution with j HKI) t�BKU. J which, arrangements for his deten-' I.. Oactr, V., 479; .1. T, Moore, K./tlon eti�t, at the exponas of the! municipality in Canada of which be j was lt�t a regular resident, or if he [ lie o. vanmnt or tramp, or if there � be no such municipality, then at the rap�iM�f the Department of the In-j torlor un*H his case Ik finally dis-posotf of by the minislcr."' I Railway and transportatioa oom-,iantes are brotigiit. under the pro- ENTERPRISE LUMBER .1. W. McNicob, Cionornl Manager, Lothbrklge, Altn� i it,  Ltd. ' i�. Old si mid - Ttouiid; ^troet 521; A. 1). iMdvoitftle, lnd., 09. A lit AIIA SO A. W. F. llrelln, L., acclamation. POXOKA. .1. 1�. Mol.cod, I,.. �7fi; .1. A. .lack Mm. c. a�a. VKKMILLIOX. M. Mrf'auley, |... (17!); F. Fane, C. t^ACOMHi:. W. F. I'uftVr. !.., (\Vt C, 347 .srtROBoN ' 1 vlaions of U>s act to tht aattc cx- A. Oilmotir, tent ** atoamalrip cou�pa�te�. with tho elaus* In rcapect to them reading I "All railway or trans- as fo.ldn''*: .1. It. Iloyle, 1... ',31; V. Knight, |WrUtion companies bringing cml-j C, ttt* grants from any foreign country in-, STONY ri-AlN. *to Canada shall be subject, mutatis J. A. Mcrbcrson, U.H; ftaa muUmtia, to all the provisions and | llro*. C?., 1H7; C. Weidenbammor, conditions sot forth in this act, or FBIIXIK. (From the Free Press.) A very pleasant "smoker" was held at the Fcrnle Club on Monday evening, in honor of Mr. T. 1). May, who recently rt signed his petition as manager of the Fcrnle branch 01 the Canadian Hank of Commerce. Mr. May waa presented by tho club with a hundsomc \in, n lumber Jack, was charges! in the police court on Wed-newduy wKh the theft of three valises trout the C. P. R. train. lie pleadid guilty ntMl was given one month at bard labor. A peculiar coincidence is seen -in the cast of Pclaney, the Nolson prisoner who wns capturid near Crest on this week. He atole jewelry from a man named Wilson at Cranhrook, ho lnd., 70, CAUDSTOK. .1. W. Woolf, 1.., U1B; J. f rish, C, dtH. BIVMOXTOS. C. W. Cross, I... I.IJOO; W sbach, C, 510. ROSKHUD. Pr. II. Clarke, L.. MS; bort. C, 38W; J. Ikid. Ind.. R. T. TellorJ, L.. 481; C Simmnnds, C, 377. ST. ALUKKT f in any order m council, proclamation or regulation made thereunder I'ar- with respect to emigrants brotagtet to 1 Canada by vessel In like manner and J to the same extent as are the o�m-A. t.rl- vrH 0| KU(�h vessel, and all persons I employing inunigrants brantglrt into I Canada by such companies' alstll *In�-C. Ule-J llarly be liable to tha psftallies for j the violation of this aet, or any or-. jder in council or regulation made un-F. A. dor it, as it such immigrants hod ! been brotig-ht in by vessel." The deiKirt ation of destitute or criminal immigrants is thus provld TKe Lethbridge Established 1685 W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel iii Southern Alberta , M HliADQI AKTKKS 1 OR COMMIRCJAI. Ml'Nl r . WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining roopi and best of goods at the bar W. HCNDKRSON, PROPKIETOU W. W. McKcnny. t., 407; L. Boud- od lor: "Whenever in Canada an bra- 111 n�au. I... �91. VICTORIA. F. A. Walker, I,.. 049; Shorn, C, 409. i STRATllCONA. A. C. Ituthcrford. L., OIKi; Cr,\nn, C, 806. WKTASKIWI.V. R. M. Argue, C, 878.: A. S. enroll, L., 353. I'KACE H1VER. migrant has within one year of his landing in Canodu commrltod ' a - _ I. W. crime involving moral turpitude or -~"-- j Ijocoiw an inmate ol � jail or hos-,_ ' |pUal or other charitable Institution.!  tlli|i||ii�atia...i... Dr. - it shall be the. duty ot th clerk or] 5 "��� ,R�crotar.V ot the municipality forth-' i OffTI A >TT\ A ft I-*.  '  w th to notify the minister thereof I dTANIJ A k Y\ Ros- with full particulars. On the receipt!  A*.X^ XJJOlE%i1J ot such information the minister : * SSSSSSSSSSSSEEE^^^^^S I >nay, on iavcstigaWng the facts, or- " T" A. Urick, 1,. , 123; J. K. Cornwall,' d�rthe_ .Sff^j^J^.J^JlSSl'',  LllItllDGr (. a3 tgrant, at his own cost and changes, The " Canary Allertan remark*: i if he t* able to pay. and, If not. then i The provincial administration, in rc- fit th� cost of the municipwHty �a A FULL STOCK OF was trlfvl �ik1 sent-mod by a man j ^^fr%.itt^*A&&$&+A&l.1,*> mi"!**^?*^^^^'^^ named Wilson, and he was rccaptur-IT " ,d hy a police ofllcer named Wilson.!^ OON'T Bf� A ICNOC1CER f Rough and Dressed Lumber: XAXI OX. of One of the W liv.ry Ltrns in '^J^ Vlar? Hudson's8 liny | bom ste,d across In i( t From the Xvws.-) Mr. tliislel-ns moved out to his in ,rf, in i,. ...i ."i_:..,_, .,,,.1 we iui-hb ......ow.. o nOin stcid across the Little Uow Alberta. Hilii-arioi iiri\prs ���� store at Lothbrldgc, and also one at Wednesdny. He Is ncoompnnled by WHIiUt' lior*.'s. Idgd .'Kill lianioM. i Macleod. Ilo was asktd to figure on his aunt, Altf-s Hcakfns. Miss Hos-IdIx'S atul lap my, tivrytlling. tin- High River Jo4i, but the freight kins ard her ih-I'Immv have liverl '-frtinpl�'ti>. * ratos wcrv too hib4i. Vnnton one year First class nuich Utnl farm lands. �'m. Duce shippod three ciu-h of live A son was lorn to Mr. and Mrs improved and unimproved. '; stock to Lethbridge on Friday last. '. C.^ Ilubtjied Inst Saturday morn \Ve linvo n choice |n( of (Iwtdltn^H I The mayor had the pleasure of rid-nnd residential lota t/i cl�)n8� from. '"K out from Lethbridge to Mograth ins April IfcnnlinK l�n�..,a hoo.1 n*mm'Tg�� !ho^,,X'Ra^a^l CO VLDAl.K O'Vom our Own Correspondent.) Thos. Pnu-bing is unloading a 32 fur selling. This is :i snap. i irrigation Company, and tho privil One registered t lowland t*y obc of -being accompanied by Messrs fltnllion. Price ri�lil Uood stot^k Nalsnitli and Magrath. horse power itcves engine for his! horse. !hf "�,l*f roiv'n?A?d Kl*am plow. Iljen.stead is un-1 llelp.nude or female dirno. I ^�4^xZr�L� ^ � ^ . 1 room K�rli�. ehamlMTHiaids find wort that Mr. W. 11. Fairfleld is lure surveying l�OU8okeoj)or8 seenrod. Xaismiltt did uot wish to convoy the the irrigation ditches. For furtl K ther inrticuluw apply to that ho would not sec the rep- Ross and l'rekcl are � \f. 1 1 ! resentatives of the Uoard of Trade t-ing up f.nccs with thei .l.l.isft. MLi.fcAN, jn |ftCt that be would have fccei* outfit. cngacwl put- CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday Services:- Low mass, 8.30 a. m ; high uwi, 11.00.; vespers, 'SO i>. nt. Uallj Services:-Mass 1.30 a. m. Father Van Tis>un. r pile-driving VVrtluabi win ilia lact tiMt nt' wouW nttV0 outfit., Alia. jKUui ,? hfcVc seen tlKiu. but as for M K. Wilson. Minneapolis, has procuring coal, or using, his- in- r,llrchnS)>i lwo sccti0ns south of hore ! Ilupnce to that �nd. it was. ami is HXfi hns conlractovnlol. hp)x, w4llch the Star was true. Mr. Nalsmith j,e (,,pncts lo nnv v. ... the -phone he was in committee, the I^^?',�' "Tr W nature of which would not permit of hft?, ,Jn^Bl5l. Ln ,C(>a*?a,e him st�lug them at that time. Mayor ^L'VL VV^T**^ ? i^T Hammer atat ���� to .d meeting Mr. Saisrolth and talk- bmor vhan Rn> of ^� �>*���� ing over the matter with him. Mr. Service wns held hero lost Sunday Xaismilfc expressed his desire to sea by Mr Hnwea. one of the new them at ail times, and urged the rs Rev. J. S. Cblvera, A. K. C. RacUw. i�� 'VjSKf**' he chanc* ----�" Uev. David Jones! ll 4., AssUtaat td to �� In Uthbrtdge. TAHOR Sundays:- � 1,1 1 (From our Own Correspondent.) &'sctioi*$Tm ,... .-LAnEsnouy vSW^iS'^"ST. iPurso's.'irTcU,.".'"' iA-s.tsi�: tssstn �& s "district. Heardon it ,y recitals. are already^earfi TS2%**Z. � Munroe u41l be at work In a short ti-r MAnvu uieumu iime- Tnc �">� *T hard S>i. olAKY fci HUSSION llt it in ln ^ around with a long face as if you had u pain in your stomach. A Lift up your head, look pleasant and try to speak well of your nelglriiors, no matter how small you may really know yourself to be. When a stranger drops into town treat him right. (Jive him /the gon"t discourage him by speaking ill ot tho district and the |*vple who are living in It, but tfcow him by your conduct und bearing th: Take this little bit of advice awl store it in the vacant part m." in Sturgeon, of o08 also bo found. Price s englno will Hhorroan nu,t hls Waterloo at the: majority was that of . not long l� Idle. Resides the steam handg of tll0 sjmmons men. who son, of InnlsUil. with a majority ot rigs there arc nil kinds ot contracts ,e - WIJSLEY METHODliJT CHURCH. ; "t for team Si"B,'^ the jiolling place onrlyln tho day. Rev. J. 0. Hugh**, Paator. j ^^ft ac^l "T* T f}***T"6 1>e�- Sunday mvicea .1 11.00 �. and ,nrft � SSed"hf �T J ^v'V^.^^'0"^ ,, , 7.30 p. m. . listria wHIbe enormous. ^cs. he labor postofTlco stiould be Sunday School an4 Wble Class at .. , , om inch longer, and a trifle 3 00 p Ml. I �o��8 ot our larmers have been wider. Still, its perhaps as mrge as Praver Meetlnc Wtdna�d year a man in our tht* 1'nited States, and saw that 'u ut ' i community plowed up somo ot his every lottcr and paper wont to where r' [_ _ - I whoat, thinking it bad been winter they were athirsssed. No. there aro . killed. What was left went 80 bush- no frills being put tn at this office. KNOX CHURCH. els to the acre. As long as the roots Anlomj Jo ^ Twbo ftw| ^ (Presbyterian.) �ro strong the itfc is in the plant. a "llalnclava" tharge upon lone, cast by the returning otBoer T1h> vote potted In the rWlngs south of Red Deer waa 13,330. The votes pollod by the ridings north ot Rod Deer were 9.94d. lbs dees not include the R jasl hM. Hnafi0g ct Cbar>.^, ____,-------- rivod here, where they will reside inipfl^ajn'n c0Ug|� ltemsdy, 1 tried it, Vvative party was a fact-.r just �s it tul�ro. and after using two anuiil battles. I effected the votes ot the "ther eandi- Farmers are busy and talking was complotely cured.'' Th|* retnjrdy idates about the lovely weather. Well.;is intended especially for cotkgBS'Md olds. It wilt loosen and relieve 'therein he has last been a regular resident, whon so ordered by the  minister, and it he bu a vagrunt or tramp, or it there be no such municipality,-then at tho coat of the Do partusmt of tho Interior. Kvery-such immigrant shall bo carrtest to the port from which he came to Can-ad* at the cost of the owner of the vessel which brought him to Canada, in caw he were brought to Canada by a railway somrjany such company shall similarly take him from he municipality or locality whence he is to he deported to the country whence he was brought." COMMKXT OX THK KLBCTIOX. ..(Calgary Albertan.) Tho Conservative party of Alterta is not an entity at the present time.. It is really swept oat of existence, and whether it �I-M ever recover agaiu remaisjs �� ba.aecn. At the present tlmv s� does not exist A Consorvatlv* candidato wos in I the Bold-la Lr>t/hbrMge and lost his deposit, running a poor third, some! buadreds behind the l^ibor cnoJi-1 date. The Labor party wuk never a feature in Lethbridge before this election. The party did not place a candidate in the field at the last i�loc-tion. The Labor party was not considered as a factor in the el.- field. The Conservative party was never Considered seriously. The party In Alberta iu not considered seriously. The tollovisg in the Legislature is a Joke., flat thjht from the first, in n riding 'which wa* always fairly closely divided between the parties was from the beginning l.Hx'rui and tho Lahot parties. The Conser- r TELEPHONE NO. 1 FOR AM. KINDS Hc and prl-j ^ tc�i�J?8 St to l'im�rtS * daughter. |v^�^ nre reeeivivg coats of paint. Junoome k,io*n. For sate by �H drug- MemVers of the lncros�j uiwl baso-, jyists. ball clubs aro out every ovoning; _ , . chnslns the ball, and now notices . . ,,, . ^ are posU'd poiuting to n mooting to Re*', .fonn MOeill, Winulpeg. . has BAPTIST T.4BLRNACLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Dewie-In R�i?h. River, on April Sunday Sett-ices at 11.00 a. in. andjfi^. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. J. Dewlo. a 7,SO p. tn. ,Hon- Sunday School at S.M p. m. The Union Dank is certainly a busy Praye* meeting Wednnaday avealnf at hlvn these days, and the large stall $M o'clock. ' i� kept hustling fnm early morning aiv |.un,vil |'Lri�lt'iii|} iu a iltiviiu|| iu ---------------1\ I *ir i to held for tho purpose if organising) accepted the call to Walmer iioa-i a cricket ciuh. This will he compos- Baptist Church, Toronto. suuTtna-Circle Wedamlav afUroOOas till late at night. At the present t a cricket ciuh. This will he compos Sewtlt Circle .WNMtuay mwmkws i ,^,*b%J'^J^w moo on the staff cd largely of young sprinters fresh The Herald gives more actual news Ut gig ltd--under the management dj J- R. An-j from tho Old Country. Tabor's than any #> wejklr or . somlT>s�>,ly I I JO o'clock. ItissJafMry maeUkgi,  derspB5 J "coming on."- paper in Alberta. The Cunspivatitc party will never he a factor until the iiumiors of tho party select a leader w ho can lead, who is respected and admir.d �>y the members of tho party, and until the party ceases to bo as it ii> now. a mere aegaaive ol tlie purty of pro-gross and prosperity. ' ���.....o.-i XV you waiil results advertise in the Herald. Bubscribe to the Ib-ruJd aud keep in touch with what is going on in the world. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED TRIENPS ;