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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H. L Stephens Matt RockciMtorl When you come to the Metropolis Btay at the Palace Hotel f NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers . |i I, lll-t^^^^Ti|->Tr Tilt3 vote jx TUB LAST EtJSCTION $1.00 per day opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens * llockendorf  Proprietci'B Calgary, Albertal Farming Lands Town Lots Farm LanJs in large or Btnail lotfi. BnilUing lots in growing town of Tahot. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agenl Tubor; AIt�. E. W. Kingston (ieiit's Tailor MACU901). (From ISc tiac^atc.) ..'oMt'Hi UcFarUnd is in town to iliiy. He drove in Irotn hi� ranch on the Vorth Fork, aotno ftfty mtlcn^ yestcrdny. Mr. MrFarland is one of t'hc wry flrnt wtdcni in the Mac Icod district. Jle came over the Ft !tunton trail in tii� early days and locutod on a ranch eofft ot the prcs> cni town ot Macliec>d. At that time theiX! was not one hoUM in Macteod except th� oiJ 1, Cil. Uaker trading poNt. and that was on the island tie. brought m tew rattle And horses ovor the trail with him, t�nd has stayed with thia district ever since Wild buffalo and �tm wilder Indians about all Mr. McFarland saw in the country when he came here The small bunch ol horses and cattle he brought into the country developed into great herds, and in the course ot time Mr. McFarland became ono ot the most wealthy sct-. AVberta. A few years a�o i he sold out his ranch and his hmoi ot horses and rattle, and started new ranch on the North Fork lor pirrc-bred cattle. He has Just noid out the latter, and is now going to the racifin Coast io enjoy a well-oiirncd holiday in the evening of life Mayor Clrady reports that he was informed hy C. I', tt. officials while on his way trom Edmonton SVatur-!day, that the C. V. H. would start ;on tlio lath the compiotioti ol railway lino itrto town. We hope this information is true. TItere is a rumor around toWn that the Hudson's Uay Co. will poatpone the erecviun ot their new Mock until next year. This rumor is unwaV-raptcd and is false. We have made i a point ot caiting on the mana'ger of ; ihe Hudson's Bay Co. here, and have found out that there is only ' fttwporary delay ot a few weeks o.w-ing Io Ihe tcndrrs uf the contractors for the erection ot the building according to the plans and speeiflca-t ions ot ths engineer being somewhat over the appropriation made by the KAYMONl). Your own l�t'�>ff 8 and lap ruy?, evervthilig tin- High Blver job. but the freight comploto, ' ^ First class rniic}) and farm lands, j improved and iiniinpiwefl. Wc haven choice lot ofdwelliugs Wm. Duce shipped three cars ot live I stock to Le'vhbrklge on Friday last The mayor had the pleasure of rid-and residential lota to choose fioin. out from Lothl>ridge to Magrath Rninlinir htmM^ ft jroofl renaon I Bunday in the special car, l�th-JJoanliny imiwo, a goori feown I ol the Altwla Boilway and (or selling.' This is .'i snap. One registered i (oveland Im^ stallion, Price righl horse. "' Help, male or ftiuiale, dining room girls, chaniU^rniaitls and housekeoijers secured. For further particulan apply to ElLLS & McliEANV Wetaakawin. All*. CHURCH OIREaORY. CATHOMC CItURCH. r^uaday Setvice*;- Low mass, 8.30 a. � ; high 11.00,; vespers, 7,30 i>. m. Dallj Services:- Mass i.SO a. m. Father Van Tiglen ST. AlIOUSTINE'P CHURCH. (ABgliran ) Rev. J. S. Olivers, A. K. C. Rwstor. Bev. David Jones, II A., Aaalatwt. Suadayi:- Matins at 11.00 a- n. Sunday School at 8.00 p. u ICvensong at 7.30 f.m ' Celebration ot H(4y t^oramiwioa:- 1st Sunday in the month. 8 a. m. (Plain), and 11 a.m. (Choral), ard SvBday after Mat*!*. Otlwr Sin- dayt at a.m. Daily Matins and �ituong at LSA a. n. ami 7.30 p. m ST. MARY'S MfSSION. (N�). S.^ Sunday School at 8.00 f. ax. Gvenioog at 4.80 p. m. rrrigwtion Company, �nd the privil-, nge of heing accompanied by Messrs. Uood to Nwrsnith and Magrath. Of course I itje sub}i7Ct oif the recent prohihlted intervioiiir acd the action of the Board of Trade and other things were ir/tr>Klucel. It seems that Mr. ; Kaismith: did not wish to convey the idea 'thiit he would not see the rep-rosontativcs of the Board of 'Trade in fact that he would have iyeea glad lp;.h*ve seen them, but as tor prcicurinjK coal, or usins ^'>'^ >a-duehce to that cod, it was, and is noW, . utterly impoasible. Mayor HanHner. told him that it was taken ns a dirM slight, and his report tn ; the Htar- �>as true. Mr. Naismith j .urther explained that at the time ot m^a � f-TCfliving Mr. Woolt'a message over ' i the 'phone he was in committee, the nature ot which would not permit ot him seciutf them at thart time. 2tfa>'or Hammer Matf Krnost KiinVall, was shot in the leg't y sonic i'oys �booting at a tnr^'ct. Mr. KHniholl cxjieets to l;e About ngnin in a few days. The bullO't h�R not yet ^ecn loca>t�d. The one-lcg'pvl toy, I'ctor Levioh, Ktole a hor.'-c, saddle nnd bridle belonging lo S|>eni-o Young about a week ago, arid whrn Inst beafd trom �os nt iho C. 5 bar ranch forty ntiies east of S^tirling. The polioe have lie*!! notified end it i.s expected the boy �iH soon be flppri..hcndcd. Dr. and Mrs. Rivers, while on their way to Stirling on Hunday, sml while the Ooctor was holding down the wire bfilween some . posts in the i-ond 'for t^he 'l.u^y to pass over, the horse look trtgbt, ran nwny, niid thicw Mrs. Rivers out. The lady was not injured lUiyond being ali)^tiy bruised, and but liltlu damoii^e wns dene the buggy. 'li^dward Coriess Ivas movod his family trath, of Leth-brid$|ie, Canada. Mr. Knight g�ve up }i:s position in order to devote more ot his time to the mining .business of his father, Jes! Knight. The I'ollowini; ia a copy of the re-LtirtiH a.tkcd for and produced at the .'\lburta |.r^i8lature, giving a record of votes cast ut the past provincial election: INKiaFAlL. .lolm A. Simjwcxn. I..., i9a�n Curry, C. 407. tiAXFF. C. W. Fisher, L., 43.1; II. O. tirelt. v., 8�5. MCiirBRIIX^K. nr. PoVcber, I.,, 491; W. C. .Ives. O., 3�9.' MKJ>iciNe'. W. T. Firtlay, t.., 675; P. O. �i.�i-son.s, C., .187. OAI-OAUV. Cukhiiijr. 1.., l.OZa. It. B. C, 1006: McDonold, L*:>., IMMfOnATION* ACT AMENr�Mj:NT.S W. H. Ikmnott, 40S. Hon. Traiik Oliver'.s liill 'tu aincnd th� iuaui^ratiun �cL, provideM foi-tnapy itu(.r>it�iil thanft*.�, most of �rhJeli arc dt'Signcd lo render it n>6re difUculC for undesirable iinini-grauts to locate in f'anaxia. An �r-rangMnent has bwti conm to wHb Ihe iimnigration authorities of the UiTitod Statct* HI .iLGordancc �M M-lileh cHiaens of �thw country of the vagrant or criminal classes who crou'the border will be taken hack .vhCftiiada. The following new claus^makes provision for the main-tnnaiice of per-sons doportod but re-fuacd erithxiicc into the country from which'thEE1(. pttal :.or other infititution with nikich,.�rrangemeats for his dcten- L. Oaotz. v., 479; J. T. Moore, L., 'lioh oAlst, at the expense of the 531; A. I). iMcKeiiKie, Ind., 93. munkipality in Canada ot which he A'inABASCA. was last a regular rei�l�nles "are brought under the ; vision? of Uie act to iha di8- oom-pro-ex-with ^W.F. vm-v, I... 619; A. Oii, teot �. steamship compaaJes. si'riini.v%�i the clause in respect to them reading .1 K Bovio I 'oi^ . �9 lo,V*ils: "All railwa.v or trans- C }"�' � ^'"fiht, portatjbn companies bringing emi- STOXV PT vtv ; grants'from any foreign country in- J A MePhe-Jrn- i W 'to CansKU shall be subject, mutatis Ilror - r- ?XS:'^'"V. t:Jl^t myxtmadiB. to all the provisions and Ind "0 ' *e��*����">m�'r, conditions set forth in this act, or ' C4iir��'rnv any order in council, proclama- .1 W Wootfi fiVa. r , tion or regulation mode theraundsf .1. �. wo�duy wKh the theft ot throe ises troi9 the C. P. R. train. |>lcadH>n pri.s-oner who wos captured near Creaton this week. He stole jewelry from a man nainod Wil.son at Cranfcrook, he w�8 triod and .sentenced by a man named Wilson, and he was rccaptur-d by a polioe oflicor named Wilson. rish, C. 81H. EDMONTON. C. W. Cross, L., l.OQO; W A �rl-; sbach. C,,' 516. 1 RO.SF.HCD. Pr. If. Clarke. L.. fi4S; C. Hie-iK-rt. C., 58�: J. Rtid. Ind.. ISA. L*FJ>nC. R. T. Telford, t.., 481; C. E. Himmoiifds. C, S77, was Wod-val- He one aV Cooada by %-e88el in like manner and lo the. same evtent as are the owners ol 'such vessel, and alt persons mployiig immigrants brckigM into (Canada t>y such companiea Aalladm-tiarly be liable to tha paaatMes for tlw Violation of this act, or any or-ider ih council or regulation maOe under it, ' ns if such immigrants had been brought in bgr vessel." deportation �f destitute 1 crlmmal. 'W^*"^ in Canada an to- V. walker. I- * � ri ,106 AC. n�thcrf8kins moved out to his )H>m:steid across the Little Bow Wodntflday. He is accompanied by his nunt. Miss Hcskjns. Miss Hos-kins ar.d her iM!i>iiew have lived in Vanton one year. A son was lorn to Mr. aiid Mrs. I. V. Hubtrat'd last Saturday morn-i>.a:, AjU'il 7. COALDAl.K. (From our Own Correspondent.) Thos. Patching is unloading a 32 horse power floii%-cK ci>s;ine tor his Kleani plow. Hjemstead is un-loa*ng a now Case engim;. W. H. Fair&ild i.s hero surveying Hio irrigation ditches. Ross nnd I'rckcl are cngaecd putting up ftinccs with their pile-driving outfit. M. E. Wilson, Minneapiriis, has purchase�l two sections south of hare Htri has contracted'to have the land broken At once. He will put in a half section of (lux. Mr. Wilson will also erect an elevator here, which be exftects to have cnmpletoi by A�igust l�t. Senator Regan, of Rogers, North Dakota hns invested in Coaldale property. He is interested In three tommites, but thinks Cbaldale is better than any of the others. Service was held hore last Sunday by Mr. Hawes, ono ot the new settlers. . - O'clock. Bcwi^Tn Hie,*- lUver. on April Atr went to where they were tt*lr8S.iic and pri-Ivate buildlngft are receiving bright 'coats of paint. Mcm^ers of the lacrosso and boso-ball clubs are 'out every evening chnsin* the ball, and now ' notices are posted pointing to a mcdting to le held for �tiw purpose nt crgenizing| a crickwt.cJub. This will be compos- _____ cd largely ot young sprint�rs fresh R. An-1 from the Old Country. Tabor's T'cominf oa.'i DON'T A KNOexER go If you see a chahca to hfslp the town or district, don't let it f,_ by. It the (haaco dbesnH come your xf�y, go out and look for it; It is lying aroUDd loose'somewher*!-4"Don't be a Knocker." Throw away your little baauner, quit grousing �nd don't mojic aroimd with a lof>g face aa if you bad a pain in your stomach. � lAft up your hoad, look pleasaat and try to speak well of your neigiKjors, no matter how smaU you ntoy really know yourself to be. When a stranger drops into town trc�rt, him right, (live him 2'fhe glad hand and toll. hUh this is the hcst |>lace on earth, just X what he has 'bven lookins lor, and yoti'll not b� lying. Don't discouraspe him by speaking iU olthe district and the people who arc living in it, iyut show Urn by your, conduct and bearing > that he ha.s at last struck a whHc man's ' country. Ikm't knock > -"Its a dirty bird that b�fouM its own nest." Remember that you are,not the only fiebble! Thotv arc oth- tempting lo run your neighbor's business, it you only-knew it, Be- was somewhat nnallcr tiMn was rxpeetvd, tbs rtdiaga in the north not produeiag'the; vote ihat was antlcli>at:�t,' u. n. ncimrtt. with j.ooa. P. Av Walker, of Victoria.'poUtfd the next largest vols wrth 9(l�. Mr. Cross got the.largest .majority, which was 693. Mr. Walker bad a majority of 340. and Mr. Bbyla. in Sturgeon, of (SOS. Tiie smallest majority was that of ' J.'A. 81ni|>-son, of Innlsfall. with a'najority of one, cast by the returniac olBoer. Tlte vote polled in the south of Red Uc�r wais 13^330. votes polled by the rMinga north ol Rt-horlain's (7oiiKb Qsbls�y. I triad it. and after tisim two nmalt bMtiM, I was conipletiely curad.". Tila ttntM^ is intended especially lor coWglk^iMtA colds. It will looaso aud' rslTs%is ''  sewre cokl In lo.�ia tinM thaa bv aa^ other treatmant. aufd lit a lay^rlto wh>!rcvor Its auperleir ea^callsM* . kaa lioeome kncwR, For safe by all tfrug- irtsts.- ; �*-such Imknigrant shall he earrtat to. the pert; from which he came to Can- \ a>da at 'the cost of the owner d the;; vvssat wnlch. brought Mm to Canor j i da. In ease he were brought to Can-j i ada by'a railway somrjan>-such com-|i pany shall similarly take him from| , , "Hie ..Conservative party ot Alfcerta: la not ^n entity at the present time.j It is :.'| over recover i afsiu repMuas C� ba.aeen. At tlio present tin^ tt does not exist. A Cbuiiervaiiw candidate wa.s in the Jcld-is lUethbrMge and lost his depowt. runninjg a poor third, some lutadrods hehinrt the l^bor candidate. The Labor party was never a feature in Lethbridge before this election. The party did not place a candidate in the field at the last election. The Labor party was not considered as a factor in the election in the Lct^ridge dietrict. When 4ho ohtctiotis were brought oa, condHtonn secnuxl to favor tihc Labor party, and lor that reason u candidate was plaee* in tho, field. .The CoBservntivo party was never MBSidered seriously. The party in Alberta is not considered seriously. The follQViav in the Legislat\ire is a joke., Vlia. Irom the first, in a rising whicft was alwuy.s falrJy closely divided between the parties was from the beginnitig betuivn Mineral and the Labor partii-s.. The Conscr-.vative party was a factor jusi as it efTet^teri the votes of rhv other candidates. The (knif�rvati\c jtany will never; he a factor until the mrmkers of the I party selcet a leader w ho can lead,' >*lie is respected and admirul by the.: UiCmbers of the partj-, and until the; party.eoasos to he as it is now, a, inere o^fsttve ot the party of pro-: grcas and prosperity. i The Hotel Windsi^ H. E. MIEBAGH. l�ro|iri�tor Kvory nttPiilioii given the Ini veiling imblic ^ Food St.ihli' ill conupctipii Telophotil 47 LaiidBockfis' !ind Raiichci's Headfitinrlera . RATES. $1.60 P FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN i f LETHDRIDCE STOP AT THEt HOTEL DAI,% It you W0411 the llerald. Bubscriiie to in touch with the yorld. rcKults advertise in the Herald ond keep; what is going on in WE ARE ADVERTISED^ ' SSBSaSBSaBBBSSBBSSSaSSS OUR SATISFIED m ;