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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VESTRY MEETING A Year's Work in St Augustin^ Parish lEPon OF Kv. IctfUiimitely, ond lUsJ fur .that ' "* * . " ^� � � * ' the ptrlicy oi th� Oovfrnnumt.'Ila ad-; which Ivud convc! 'fiUo hia itossc'ssloii ;  - viHcd a �l�r�� vnAowment, lor uwro] thrtrtigih fraud. � Praatif AaWaAa tn #lkA �'"lo�"iiicnts marlc �roat�jr h .A Church Wardens and Vestrymen i-^..^ .i=;.Z.'/^;H^^ * FapolatlM Limit Elected on Monday Night. The. annual voHtry mooting cA' St. Avignstin's chuich was held on Mon-(Iny evening .with t'lio Kector, llo'v. .1. S. Ohivors, presi'ding. Thorc was 11 very �ncouraginir at'tendancc. i'ho rector |iresen'tod his report as follows: (Icnttoiiion-In pro.st>ntini{ my rc-' port for' the past yn�t. FVttuds are re-;, ';''��'''n i.s a ; is making. *ttQ shall do our part i y Imn especially ram-j "lO^^n �/';^v. when is a city not a! in assisting in this icfi.islotion." genuine homcHtcadcr. These chaivgos will got at tltmous debate �t the muni- t riots the aigonts ^lavc rweived ord- '^'PaJ comimttce this morning, ers to prennrc lists of all lands At the ...resent 'tinjc three towns which dia*c been utvd^r entry for are asking foi- the name and powers more than a year, and in respect of of a city. They ai'c WetasWwiw. which tlmiff 'lia.s Ixjpn mo e.vtonsion of Medicine Hat and Ijol'lubrirtgc, In niy time granted. These lists are ox- case has an applicant a population pectca to be ready by Tuesday. .of .5,000, and \Vi.Maskiwin doca not Whon th�it tinto c^nves all the claim more than three thousand. If �honwstond inspectors tihat are avail' I the namv city is to lie given to a �ible in iManiioba and also in Sns- tow n of three thousand, why not to good thing to enter upon some entangling alliance with uniTOr.sities far away." j llo favored the bill im its co-odn-1 ; cation and iioit-sectarian clauses. "1 can say for the OpjKjsition that it is in full .sympatihi' with the Government in the inagnificBnt move it- good teifcJjors' and good trustees, both 'neeenHMty. He objected briefly , to the wgnlations resixscting the sen- j ate and its powers, nbich he would discuss when tAs well grow floAv�rs otid fruit, oit weeds plaut^ 'in sand as to hope for ah cjnciont school sy.stem without a iiniversHy.'' Mr. Uotlierlopd ro:Jc to announce Spend $ 1. And be in touch with all the latcftt newt hy Subscribing to the l�or>. 108: 1900, 181. IfMKi a (luarier suction which >bas been unanimous. Oi the committee, Hon. 1 nppmd to tli'is report a state-| uiv.Vor entry for more than a year, Mr. Lushing, Hon. Mr. Kutherfond. mont of the building fund of St.ibiH wbich has no special protection iSle.ssr.s. MacOau'ty, McKe�i/,ie. llie-Mary's Mission Churclt. which was; aivd upon wliich no improvements l.>ert, Uoterlson, Stuart. Simpsoti. , dedii.-ale'd la.st Otobcr. and is nl- have l>oen wroug'ht, they wiH report Walker, Uovk>, Mcl'herson. Telford 1 really a centre of spiritual activity. fact to the local ugi^nt. The lat- and Moore were present. T'he mcm-1 hoiK� it may Ive iH>ssible 'in the near ' - '"" . .. . future to remaining ^. _ ...... Paring t-ltc past year the Hev, iho entry of the first applicant at'soumiiivg name. Spencer f'ollins, my colleague last ;iho counter. It i.s inevitable that | While this discu.ssion was in pro-lOaster. hns loft the parish to take Some ca.ses of hnrlsJiip shouKi occur, grcss, the .door oix>ned and in walk-up work in South Africa. I am bap- but it is lioixJd that tJie.va will be rd Mr. Ho.senroII, who. in addition l>y in having at the present time the ; more than compensated for by the to Ix-inf? fromewhat of a strong dc-Itev. David .lones as his successor, , fffiod i-esulting from the action of bater, i.s nl.so the memljcr for M'etas-who will shortly assume sole cliorgc the Ix-pnrtment of the Interior. kiwin. W. C Shnmona, the newest member of the L�jrislw.tui>c.. contributod, a short, clcvci' !ipc(>ch to the do)jat. THE REI0 W SfMT it may Ive iH>ssible "in the near ' tor will cancel that entry and post tors (lid not object to gl�ntiitiy''tlxc ; ~�~- o wipe otV 1'I>e small tlobt yet. I'otieo in his office at once of the power.s asked for, but they did ob- ^ l>eden%n, coHting upw-artis of. of St. Mary's mission nnd the .-Jiir rounding country Personally, 1 have to ncknowl-ii^e ; PRINi:i>WAJlf� JSIjA.M) uch kindness ..jnd assistance fiMia' I'TtOIl inem-hera of the congregaitioij. The ' Sunday school toachors have l>e.(!ii \ TtoniniTioN. When he learned of the j^nd proceeded to dis-'cuss the bill. He complained that Wctaski.win I was always getting' the worsl of it St. Mary's as lay reader ni.d s. 1 i.ii.v ;h'hition act, ii now looks as A the ;their heart upon Ibis thing, and they school teacher has entil-d 6>i n.t..h .'�Mnd "s to lead fhe^ Dominioti in the Uvould be disappointed and dissatis- ningriam s auiv iou'iier�iiii>, x winn :...^.v. inina'cti niemoer lor tietaskiwin, 'if make mv acknowledgements, not on- trafbc in stroii-g drmk. Many liquor Ljivis bin > rejected bv the lagislat-ly on account of the Jiigb standard ' sellers haw had a boncficiiU rest injure, r .shall not return to that city; which Ihov have maintained in thC||�o jad, whik; others have Ic^t the 1 shall resign. musical part of the service, but also, l�lan.d for fts good. Sow one of i j, ,v,s ovplaincd that no objection on accoimt of their unfailing cour-, ihc^throc counties into which tbo Is-i ikwj raised to the Kro'�t'^�� of tosy itx undertakiivg special work, land i.s divided has by a very .decis-!,ht. powers, but coiisii.teraWc objoc-and attending special services at my ;'vo vote, repealed the Scott act and ; ^io,, .jjad l*ei. raised to the name refpiost. jado!>ted the Provincial ProhH,�jtion piven. I would like "fcurther to ackivowl-, Act. It was a fwculiar position in; ' Mr. Ito.senroU bclievnd that it was 9100, had 'been j>l�re(l in the bands| of t'he escrutivc comntitttft of the foot.l�all U^guc to !� plaj\?d for by the teams alon^ tlic Crow tjetween Pincbcr Creek anrf Cranbrook. A. Mutr. is 'the donor.-Femie Free Press. A liasobalt'tilnb was otg�nized at Claresholm with the following officers: Jas. Clark, prestdcat; Wm. Moffat, vicc-pivsia question arise.s from the srtuation in the lacrosse world, t'h� league having voted to allow their teams to play agniii.st team.-* of prcVessionals. The., result of the vote will chat�ge the: whole atnaf.euj' standing of Canada, j -| A. E.Cunni.nffham presented the fin- ,,.5,, ,,, i ^i and i;,-,Y.;-: ll^SI-"^^!^-*^^^^ ^'^-i-li^SlcK.-n.i. sa.d tbat one of tbe  " ih,.,^ v,.nrs of failbfur ^'^ults will be sub-j .,.gunKM>ts u.scd by soirve people of wnrdm, ntt..r thtoe jca.s 01 f�Hbful ^^^^^ prohi.J,>tion Medicine Hat was that 3l!>osi Jaw service ,nr>oi.nted rcc- ''''' " government measure. It ! ,vas a oily and was proiiting by that . ,.n?H^f .ml ti L^'^IcmIS I8'�".ntlet of tl�? :,,,.t to the detriment of Medicine tors warden and O.L^^^ successfully. ti efficiently I jj.at. I*thbrid�e nmde applic�tio�, ''f �'j^"p'IL"*^^^^^^ 1 ,vork�l in Prince coinvty, the results I ,,.hon Medicinf Hat started. Where Th.- following sidosincn were e^cct ^^..^ ,^ sj^nilar ,, tj,o�or coat, of alcohol. And the fines TO IH'- ENFOnCKD ^re more severe than under the Scott --- .\ct_. As the countie.s of Qiioen and iving are now under the Scott Act. whenever this is iVfwalcd the Prohi- T'he Premier fearod that such a regulation would mean that the city i of iSdmonton would ask tor exten- : game was; just starting. An usher notified him Miat two la-dies were waiting.. He had no time to sec tlie nmnager. - so Kaw the l)oy 81. "'IVsll them to buy seats. ' The uaher foUowod iastruc-tions. Imt when the mother gort that buck, she asked h�r daugltter if she' would'nt rather gio'some where and sec sometbioK good, '{iurc." replied the daughter. And tht>y went. The Calgary All�rtan says: Medicine Hat. Ijethbiidge, Cranbrook, XclNoii. Ilossland, Uevelstoke, Edmonton and Sirat'hcona all have ax-celUfnt teams, iind have or^aniizod lor the .season. if any enthusiasm is shown and lilK-ral support offierffd. the luanagemcnt of the Calgary club will arrange with �U these uliib.'^, and Canada's national ganw will 1>e made as popular here as it is in the east. ft is up to you to help the pla.yers. Ottawa, April 24.-The extraordin- nry influx of settlers into the North- . . ~ . 1 ----- west which has taken place during Act comes into force.-Chris-, The .=;i�gsestion of Mr. Itc the last thrixf .years has subjected if'Uai'dian. was not taken ver.v seriously. the honiOHlead rogulaitions to a sev-' -p >, .. ,, Mr. Uuthorfoi'd said that Strath- ere test, and has demonstratod that' . .,,,,vi.i. .^t^atn ifona ba-d a Inrgior population than they are not suita>blc to present con-j I'^^t'^H tjUJsssii . ; W�.-taskiwin; in fact was the tihird dlt ions. Wlven there was Httle or no' sion of Its boundaries to take in ; T'.iv Ikjv s of the senior forms ot the Strwtheona. 'Central School got back at the jtm- Ilosonrolt i iors with a vengeance last 'l*ursday eiiiigration to that country, the land That the Conservative party in Al-I"*- J'^f lhe.\ thou-yht they had no't bind scarcely any value. It did n��t berta is striotly on the bum was ^wflu-ient |>opuVation to justify them iria'-tor that the soil was the ttost in'ogain evidenced by the election of a','" asking for incorporation as a cit.y. the world and was capable of yield-j J^itieral MP. P. at lielbbridge la.�rt j JlcCauiey said that by the ing enormous crops. I'eoplc did not week. The Uabor candidate ran himn'otc at the recent election it wojtid evening in their stHsond basolwU match. The little fellows could not touch Ooorgie Haley's bcmier.s, while ; , , ,their own pitciiers were Wild. The! )mo.st populous corporatioib in Alber-j.sc,,.o loi !ive innings was 29-8. come, and the land could behwdiforjto within 100 votes, 'but the jwor a iiM-ro song. L'nder such circum-1 Conservative candidate lost .his de- si uncos t'ho honii'stoud negulntions weiM easilv carricil out, and there posit. The nioin fault of the Alberta Conservatives-the Calvary ones was no tli/llculty about their oirforce-; at an.v rate-is tbcir seeming inoa-iivent. No inceiiflive to fraud exis'tod. pacity to got in intimate twich with jbo .seen that Nermillion was larg�r than Wetnskiwin. The principle of the bill will Ije dis-cusserl when.the individual bills come up. aiid if such occurred it was sj>eodily 'the man on the street," or the �let�cted. 'I'hat was all changed common ii>:lividual whose vote is when the great fertility, of the North- just as iin^iortant on election day as we.st lands commenced to by leaps and bounds, imm- liant tactics oi the senator who in- I'dmbnton, April *J1.-The debate which followed tlio introduction of the university bill, if not -the moat interesting which has been before the legislature this session, was 0110 of the most finished, iiiosi polisliod. aitd the most cullurod, 'Phero was a ring al>out the speeches which indicated the high and digniilcd ideals of the memlx�rs of iho Legislature. he United Stales who purchased lege ehum, Tom Cooiirane, on a long wo'ilit Ixs left unturned to g'ive every arge blocks from Canadian railways suffering electorate. There w-ere far t>oy and eery girl a good educatiia. � ~'~"� lK!ttcr.'\ men available that the I'he common school was the i*r�t LoughecKl candidate-among others, ; (hity cf the government, for tlie Charlie Magiath, of Tjethbrklao. farge percentage of citizens got no Q > further than the public schools, and ihe.i' shotild in no respect noglei.t them. Last September, when l/.ie province had boon formod there w( re A LITTLE PKCITLIAII. erous land companies were for.nod in | sisled on foisting our dear old col-| Mr. HuUietTord^sSwltet no stone 1 , awl ot.lior i:onc(!rns, an;>ortunity for the l.ai:>J shark anst tho price of his lands. He would put a stiff price on an o'dd num'lwred sec-tioii and th?'n say to tho prospective imrchasor: "Now, if you will take ihis, I will throw in tho aKljoining even numlwsrod section also." As the latter had been gwt for a morel.v nominal price, the sjK-culator could well afford to do so, awi, ot course, the intemling settler would jump at IMPKOVF.MKNTS AT TIIK WlNDSOn, The Windsor Hotel has been cotii-pletoly transformed. Tho largo . ad' dition is nearly completed. Tlio'l ! front of tho old .structure has been I covered with new s^idiifig. ami a ivei'-iumiah creeled in the centre of the building. Tlic bar and Ofllcc arc nowlj located in the now addition. Expensive fixtures are to 'be placw* ti the bar. Tlic office is most capacious. JuBt to the rear of tho bar a pcOf table is to be placed. Fine new clo�-scts and bathrooms havi b*en put in tJiis up-to-date hotel, and a ateatti hwlins system will be dnstaflod latter. Maijle floors wili be laid in the' dining room, oilice and bar, and cedar rcbimns have already been erected in the office and dining room. A largo new ..ftaircasi' loading from the office to tho fust floor is to be put up at once. U. K. Mi�bach now possesses one of the mo�t commodious find well arranged hotels in the dis- ] trict. How strangely things turn out! Tho president of the C. P. K. is Sir Thomas Shaugimessy. an American by birth. And the president ot the Great Northern system is .Tames Hill, a Canadian by birth. Sir Thomas is a subject ot Great Dritoiin and .J. >. Hi!I is a citizen of the United States, both by adoption. Mr, Hill, the American by adoption, is sctiking to enter hiii mttive land with his railway system, and Sir Thomas Shaugbnewy, tlie Canadioin by odoption, is trying to keep him out. Is it tho irony of fate or tho drift of circumstances that has produced this strange nVix-up-pran-brook Herald. . UHEllMAITSM MAKES LIFE MIS-EUABLE. rtCt't schools in the province, ind since that tiiu.- 5."j schools have rrea added. The IVcmier loVd the .story rt the] taking of schools to the t there had 1 �en 1 o opposition. It was the intention of the eent to support the dcpart-ii.-it with ami>le grants. With th: �\!Vl lati'i". the grant for .schools wouid �tr'iiH�Iy bo ample. Tho Fremier ix^erre I 1 > t ii > jir.)!.,-lem of securing teacher-i. It. tlnijiast, the siippl.v came from �>u:..iro. tw the tide might be ohecol. i.ow ihii the GovcrnnHnit was insisting upon nn Increase of salaries f 1 iipthers. "The crown of ihe j^i ; -1 .'v^irr A happy home is tiic most valuable j n. Bo.vio, tho mom  u- ,'.ir Siui possession that is within tho reach ^giijoh, made two sur; .'. ot mankind, but .vou cannot enjoy OIIIP KNOCKED OtT. 1 "Some week.i giving injlowa. "Knees and Joiuta acbiac^ from rlieumatism. Vou throw asido struciion in scientific agriculture busi|icss cares when you enter your and the advisability f i, #iing c