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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H.L. StcphcRs MatI RockeiiAirf When you come to the Me-tropolia stay at the Palace! Hotel NEWS.OF THIS REGION ROHMlCES OF THE PRAIRIE ,iuu\ .Uw cdliiiUuiii (if his Taken From Southern Alberta Papers JIAVMON'K, $1.00 per day Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stupliciis & Rockendorf Propriel o i:s Calgary, Alberta | Farming Lands Town Lots I.. Farm Lauds in large or Binall lota. " BuiKliiig \ots ill growing town of Tubor, W. F. RUSSELL Roal Efltato Agent Tabor, Altii. �. W. Kingston Gent's Tailor (l'"iri cvli-nrl-ing from ils belly 'lo 'Ilit? Imckljidic is a (InrU lirowii pnlcli of coarse liaii' whicli is a inM'l'i>ft i-cpi-iKluction of a sleok brown Oionr sittiivg on iis haunchf'K; the hnari is sharply  ut-linofl, th�! pans hiMig'iiry 1oi)kcI,\ I'l  in llie arms, which iiri- hohl as i\ . ear holds - t'h'Mii ul rift'ht nnftli's ivith the iiofly, t.ho Ik>�v,\ sug rii' thn imnnch uii'.i Uio well flcfineO hanni'ies imiki; I up a .silhontli! of a Ix^nr tlini. ,.>'.1.1 ;lx) (linicult lo ini|)rovc upon. .Si'o.l-less 'to siiy, it, is a birl.hinurlo-aiNl due to the res- igiiolion of Ulayor IJmm, I). V. j S'levoiis, Vtoo. T Wri'ik^, W. I'lvans i ir, .A. .loiips ai�''l John Powelson are the nominees. The Sugar Co. repdrts 'to dale con-frnets for 'J,(>00 acri's of 'bcfls, ami Jthat whik' as yet tho amouivt con-jlrnr-ti'd for does not reach the figure of last year, it is fully expected'that ipiilf' as much, if 'niM more, plaivting will Ive done I'his year IlKin last. The groiiiul gei>erall,v is in cxeollont corrtlUion, ami 'the yiekl should bo greater tin's year ilran last. Wilson McC'arty. who lias been two aii'd one-half jears 'in Si'O'tlaixl doing missionary labor, leUirne'.-l last Thursday. Fh'fJ.VlK. diviile th I.uo I()0 (l-'iiiin- llu' Ledger It uiis /inall> deeidwl lo filv priifling betneeii I lie papers. 'Die Old pill of colli for the wei'k eiV'ling f'rida.% , .\pril 1.'!, was as lot-lows: Coal Creek............ Miohel.................. .........in.BfWi .�....... fi,071- 'I'ollll. ...17,SHI (l-'i'oiii I lie l'"re�i I'ri'ss.) lie was l.ikell at the 1'resby t er-iiiih on SiiiidH.y eAciviiig to de- \ ian ei'.ie �i|iriiii Ui call to the vaeaiii pa.s-torale. 'J'here were three names before the ineiiilvrs. vi/,., liovs, Nixon. ^ W h.'li'inaii aa,( (.'i'liiil, and the vol resulled in favor of calling tJrunt, of Ibisslaivfl. .Ml. tlruiit is well known broke ill Fi'iiiie. h,T\ii)ir ul one time Iho 'lb Cy. HaniuiM, in Caiiadu.; It is a pity i'-Mglishini'ii. wb.iivnine to Caivadii iiir the piirpusi., of pioneering, sliniiid come with .so small a i'iiikI of iiifoi iii/il ion ii.s lo Mi>,' chiir-iicler of i he couiiU'.v, Liie looili'lioMS that |iiv\,iil, and the icwunl, pliysi-(ill aii'd liiiani'ial, tbU't iibieist invar-i;ibl,\' eoiji.'s lo those ubo ha\e th'* coii'-age lo rough it for a h-w m-hi-s. Here and tihere u.s- I 'I la \ cll.-d o\er I (he Norlliw est, 1 came upon .\uinig fellows \V!io wore lig'lTtiiig lli.' goird fiiflit, ii he ioiai'l the SLrullicoims, and cant. re. I lo ih' front. He was oiil.v a raw Ijaglish lail, lait he j'oughl shoiiUlcr loshoiil-di'r wilii I'he hai'd.S' sons of the noit'i, and 'did h'is share, beardless, lo ii^ako a luiiii'! for Canailians as ;.'arless /igi/ilers. After Hie AMir 'he ivUirncd to his h(niie_slead, larefiUl.v' gUiU'.ti'.l an.l held for liini b,\- Uie lloinlni(Ui (',o\-e/'noient in Ids absence, an-d wlien I saw him he was eiileiiainiiig bis father aivd a younger brother ai bis new aome, oii ihis biiikliiig. UneoflholwBt hotols on tho ,^,i,,^ Ullgftry niul iMlniont^Ml railioail. imernational Coal & Coke EvorythiUfi; now iiml up-to-flnlo. Co. at Colenion. This was Ih. I ig-This hot''k.s, and that 'Irnders will be ealled for imiiiediii I el.v. A (|Uiot wed;!ing 'took place at dhe jMelhrnlisI !>nrsoiiat;e on .S-dlurday evening la�1, when VSalier It. Ilar-woo'd, of this place, iins iinitfvl i.i wedlock with Aliss \'. l!e\nolds, of T,os .Angeles. -o--- came to liim it .should be for his licr-oism in coiwpierin'r Ihcso wil.l llehls. rather Ihan fin- aii,v part he nia.v have (uken in I'he Sonlh .African OKOTOKS. ll'i-um 'he l^eview.) fl. Honkiiian. a C 1'. U-. brake-man, gol two fingers baidl.y jammed coupling some cars on tloort Friday. No bones were broken, however, but 11 stitches were 'taken b,v Ilr. lie lAing to sew up the wounds. jrr. aionknmn \ceiu back to CoIgar.\- thi^ sam l a and residentiallots t^j choose from, compieie ituim of (in-iigiwing apidi- l-Joardinp; house, a good reason nn''ris, chauib��rinaids and lii>urftskeeix>rs securetl. for t'lirther iwrlieubrs apply to Ebl.IH & McJiEAX, VVetaskawln, Alta. CHURCH DIRECTORY. .N.VNTtiV. s - catiiolk; c'MUrcm. Sunday Services:-Law IIWS8, 8.30 ii.; bigh lu&as, ll.OO.; vespers, 7.30 |>. lu. UaU; Services:- Mass oing given away b.v her father. The bride is the ; eldest daiig'hler of S. H. Itiivall, the ;W*ll-kno\\n farmer. The groom lives � upon his homestead nboiil 'JO miles northensl of Vanfoii. iiujii IMVF.U. WliSLEY AIETI10DI3T CHURCH. Rev. J. 0. Iluithai)n, Paator. Sunday scrvicen %\ J 1.00 a, ui. and 7.30 p. ID. Sunday School and ffible Ciaaa at S.OO p. m. I'tayer Meeting, Wednwiiaya, at S.OO ip. n. Epwoilll League, FlUays, at BOO p. B.. KNOX CHURCH. ui .Satiiiir. i^/ienrer wns vv.'il favora'lily known here, being Ixiil'der of 'the Ilig'li Kivcr Co.'s .s-toie. Mr. .S ti month to an aunt 'for the rest of Iwr life, 'aivd tho 'balance of his propert.v to his lni.',000. -The deal was nogo'l iate.l by IJoutledge & Co, \. a. nnlluchoy, bari'i.stfc, iva.'; ap-pointwl temporarily lo thfl position of 'town solicitor, ami is at present on the work of conipiling �for (he fown. a. .r. II. Koch, from I'okisko, I'e-I ports a li'-'Ovy rninfatl in his dis-lriet Srd,on Tuesday, and that stock are du-'ihg nicely. and (Fi'om the Uazelle.) The annual meet ing of Hie eon!;re-gaiioii of Christ clmrcli, Mach^.Kl, for the purpose of eleciing church wardens vestr.\ , etc., was held in the chiirc-h Sloiidu.\- evening, .April IG, when the foliowiiig oHicers for the ensiling .vear H-.-'ie eli^cled: Jloclor's Warden. C, II. T. iieecher; I'oople's Waivk'ii, 11. I.. .Miirison: Vestry Men, Alessis. .Mathews. Ib'own, UhcAles. C. r. fiimpb.U, U. .M. Tiiiilcck, Aloore, lA't, Chow Han, I'eiinefather, lluliton, I/ambert and riniiing: l^ay Delegates 'to Synod. IV F. ilrown and l{. C. .^lalli.'ws: Auditors, 1>...I. Campbell, aivd V. W. Tiinlick. Cenrge Tinning, manager of ih'o liiion Hank of CanaTla, is leaving on .Sat iirda.v for a coujih; of weeks visit lo I'le easl. T'h'- eiign-geiileiit is aaii,eon whe'ii completed. Couiicillor .Sirulhers had an view wit'h II. IlalTner, railwa.y cot^ iraetiu- aivd civil eng'iiieer, Wodnos-day, who informed him (hat ho e.\-peci.-* lo lia-.e the contract for ln,vingi ,sleel on Hie railwa.i line iii-tfi town l.y Tluirsdaj . Jfr. llal'fner sa.vs even if he doeb riot rereiic Hie coiilracl, be knows the liiw^will be compli-tt'd rd once. Councillor Slriithers took ;\lr, MatTner along 'ihe river bank and';'''t^'ei;.\-, shoui�d him ihe propos.d sile of the bridge to Hie Island. aiv.l leai'iis that arraivgeiiienls can be mn'.de with him Mj (dilain an estimate of probable costs, etc. Mr. JlalTnor is a ci\ il engineer of lanic experience TAilOli. (Fron oiiV Own I'orrespoiiilent 4 Last .Suudaj-, I'.'ldor fJeo. lb I are! Jlrs. Ileber S. .Allen occupied the time liiiie in ihe afternoon at I he I.. )). S. church iinpailing niiin,y valu-aljle lessons. Services at the 1'resb.vtorian church were coiul'.iclixl b.v .Mr. Shearer. His words are olways uplifting and lisl-en'ow metro- living slaiig'liler house. There ai'i' scores of successes (o (he I'.'ngli.sh ill Ihi; 'J'erri'lorics. bm in luan.y cases. in many pbiccs, they have been laiii.'iitable failures. .\iv.l, as peace lialh her victories, so iiiuji,v of t'lies'. fa'iliires iVe alinosi heroic- patheiiially hennc, if such ii conrli-i ion bo po.ssi'ble. One ,ing into the (lugoiit as a prairie dog digs for iioiiie when a cowbo\' canters by. Xoiv, il occiirivrl to llW contractor I'lhat the iiiod.'su .vouiig man might be ill nof'd of mone.v-might be in actual want. He approached tlio door of 1 hi- dugout, liftwl the burlap thai 'curtniticd (he c�\e's moiilh, and said "hello." "Come in. Sic," sai'd Hie .vouiig man, and there was noHiiiig id.se lo do. ' .Vs Hie e.vcs of live eurl.v morning caller liecaine accii.s'loiiied � to the .semi-.'iarkm ss, lie began lo pit;k up (Xl',1 lii'.s of the furnishings. Jf he had b.en using his hands instead of his e;,'es, he (-oiikl have carrkxl jniist of the fi.Miires out in an armloud. Behind him lie Iveard a ruslling of silk, ami (iiil of (.he shadow .'i pal � .voung woman ciiiiie liniiflly. as a half-wild f coUr.se she >\,is iiil ro 1 i ir.l to e!ie coiit raclm-. who saw I'.ial, like her husband, sh' had been well broiigi))! lip. 'I'he vi^iior askod ! hi m �to pardon l lie iiitrusion, .vfd.i.lning that lie had oiil.v '.Irnpp 'd n loi i ;s .voung friend, whom he i i .> .'-."�'1 l,o (ili'd "batcliing." and .'s s'.i ;i as lie jut,.].. 'could decenll.v '.lo so. -.eat i'\V;;y IVack at the camp 'ln' calli-d on i n-olher lOii.glish l.n.v, an.l (pieslinned him'alnai't the n-w iioia, who was constant l.\ sa.\iivg lo his iiniles, "(Jei''," - Whria, 1 I eu-.r pardon, 1. im'anl "'iw. ' l-rom iliis man he learned lii.lle ihat li'' iiiid not al-rea'.d.i- gu.'ssod. llnl\ . iice had Ihe new iiian coinplaiiied. i'li.l then nol He ha.l ni'i'l.v remarked tlviil he 'ha I notliiii,!; :o i-al for a week but rabbi'.s iii..i (lolaloes. 'AimI there," siii.l iii.' coat raclo'', who toi'd this lale lo nic in a hotel � nI Saskatoon, ".shi' s ii ai her piano thiiit.- had. com.' all i .'.��� way from I l''nglaiid, round ! .\ !'. Iinonion, and down Hi'.' i-;as|.a;' h^w an by skow, jbitterl.v, beroicall.v s'.ii-viiig in her silk dress wiHi a inioi, her liii-gevs ; bar.'.-led wit h gold en I aglitler with good genis. 11.ri". in ilii-- hut, in iny opinion, ;> liero-,i I'air id' Ihem in ifarr, and of a seii ibat almost ia-varialil.v go down n.ihonore.d aiwl un~ laina'. In' striking (oni n -i lo (he fail.--ures lo i,e foiiivd i.i ew ry part ot -the west-F.nglish failures-is the success of a .-^coiili fiiniil.v almost. \i\ rille shot of lb.- s'-.'iie nf the young ihbiglish coiipl.'. .hi-i why the Scotch ishcruld siiccec.l '-0 ..fien, v.liifo (ho ll'jiglisli fair so iiioi.ii'inl.s . is h'ard to lexplain. pari ii iil.ic in Maniio.'a 'the: work larder. I''iiially ,his grub � answiM'i-.l river for-ii mile or so an-d launch raft that ini.gbt possil'l.\' piiss ne.ir his siioc'". The llrsl floiit weni iig'lvl. of i-oiirsi.', for sh.' \mis loo \v-isi-' a- daiigliii.-r 'to iiiiincli liren-.l up on si raie4'.' waters liiilil .'-he Inrd some delinile nol ion as lo lh'coii|-s,' : of ibe ciirreiil. The raft i'-le^ wjis n failure, tail lli.'. lassie was nol lob.-beati-ii. She l',oiiii':l a biinUI'- of breii'd and biiMi-r and ey^-s lo Hie back of her m-ck, ienio\'-d as iinn-h of 11'!� cli-l Inii4" as eii>d"s:.\ v.dnll permit, .saving oid.v enough lo make sure llui't she w(nilil iioi Ire inislnkeii for ii,^loilkli'.iboi- damsel going foe a bath, and s-lci-.le into the slreim. t'arefiill.v she fell h.-r wa.v, lli'iicliing as hi'i* l.iare leet cam.- i-ii coirtaei Willi the coifrse pebiiii-s. l-'nnii the home raiadi her moiher an.l sislers WiMched and n'a.vi-d for her, while on th.. oilier side her father s((7od slcipfnd lo his llamiels, bare-li'-aili'd. l.-.-ii-e-fooU-.l, i-.'a'.-l.v lo leap lo ibe n-sciie if ih.. c-irreiu shonbl carr.v tlie heroic g'iil fr(;iii her feel . .AInio.s.i lo ln-j- iiiins the wnler los", but she pci.'!-s. (I forwiii-.l. sinil-ilfg, ainl in a little while hrr falher was abb^ lo reach her band an-l h.-l|. her up, dri|ppiiicr, biK Hti-ll smiling, with the good dinner, iiiiui.v oflhi'm ill fact, t-lial .she had brnughl. rner the river. Two .m'lirs ha\e pass, il since the S(-olcli faiiiil.v honiesleadi-d on Ihc silver sliore of the Saskatchewan. Now, how. but never reach-eil t lii're. His d.-molishi-d ileinocral , v.-as foiiji..! a sliort distance olt the trail b.\ a ridi r the iie.xt afternooa. I.nter on a ines.s.'ige of inquiry caiiie, into ilii> villaye froin the ranch, as; Ihe lemn h.n'd reachc'l home with per-j lions of Ihe liariiess clinging to j i^liem. On Wedne.'j.'la.v iiiorniiig a: I posse of T.'j riders was orgaiii/(>d ' ""''�aixl sinrlid to scour th.- prairie for! �Hie missing man. Hi! was found | near evening in a loiiel.v and deserted sno't, known as ihe "I'aTl Ivands," : man.v miles from the scene- Of llie ao cideiii wil-h which 111! 'luid evi-denl l.\'! ; met , lie was in ii delirious slate. and his face was so ladl.v swollen ,thal he w lis .aMniost nnrecogiii-/.able. ^ , having eviih'iit l.\- .sd rack on his he.T'l w hen Ihrowa from his rig. The Lethbridge Hotel Eseabliahed 1885 W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta IIKADQIIARTEKS 1 OR COMMERCIAL MEN WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the Bar W. HENDERSON, rROPRTETOR T'lllld.li'S ItKI.KASKI). : STANDARD  � " ' i Lumber Co'y Toronto. .Vpril 12(i. - los..-ph IMiil-lips, of the \()rk Couii-t.v j .oa'ii Coiii-pan.v, /las been comiiiil 1 e-.d for Irial. .fust previous (o being coiiinii ((erl he iiiade a iraiisbir w-iiereb.v he and friends handed o\-er .1,."iiiU shares of.. �J'oroiilo /.i.i'e stock, oil w-hich .S."i(l,-1 oki ha.l lieeii paid. He also gave up evei-ylliing he nad (o the Wa'k Loan ' Compaii.v I'.ijiii-ilators, aird was then rek'a.=!ed on liail e.f .'52,."i(ai. it is un-derstrio.l that Crown .Allorne.V; Ciirr.v thinks I lie salislie.l, aii'.l no -.vMI I..- Iiikeii. a full stock of : Rough and Dressed Lumber:  Prompt sliipnieiits miule to imy pjirt of Allwrta    ends (,V iuslice arc furl her proce.-dings freshness \ thorough ! made to Canivdiaii � .\pril Can- noil ANIi (il N. l''or vuiie-ly of i-oiit-.'iits, aiv.d britrhl iiess. an.l the manner in wliieh elforls are cover the whole held of s(ior! aii'd e.vj^kir.ition, Ihe nuiii-bor of "Uod aivd Hun in a'dii," published b.v W. .1. Ta.\ lor, of Woo'.lsl oi-k, Oiirario, is nola'Ide. F.ach iiKrnl'li 1 liese siib.i.'cls Are dealt w-iih li.\- those having aciiial e.\|)erieiice.s of Caiuvdiaii womls aii'.l waters. aiKl i.s giv ingi llie nia-ga-/.iiie a position of streiig't-h and reliivbilit.v iinv'(|�ialli'd in the lloialnion. I'-vploriiig in North-! ern Oiiiaiio: duck .shooting in ihi-; soiiili of Ihe same province, with an' ai-coiini of the wonderful rice luir-V(-si gnihi-rcil every ,vear in Uic-Lake, Oii't.; sports of various kiiiils ' in New Uriinsvvick: cariliou s-hoo'ting in Ib'ilish Coiiiml.iia; the Cana'diaii caiiiii '.liiiner in .'^'ew \ork,- ('aiii(i fires and ihi'ir eiiviroiiineni, are liiK a few of Hie sub.iects lo be found in Ihis one nioinii's niiralK'r of*the niaga--/.iiie, .A poem, "The liesl old .log oi I'he land!" wilh i'.liisl rat ions, is ore no sportsman should miss i'ailmg. and no one can '.^'o ihroiigli ii willi more appreciation Ihan dog oun.-)-.--aivd dog lovers. \ iirii d views mi AiiK'i-.-can .spoi l.siiieii in I'iuiiidj arc given', nir.-I Hia automobile. Iio.-iting, an:! trap depai-l men's are nil ii]i-io-date, mid siiow sirciig'lli and vigor. .\ saillpll! cop.v will be Si'lll free lo aii.v spoil siiinii asking for i hv same, .tJHl to all iiiiere.Oi-a in oiit-dooi- life tdie iiiaga/.ine app-als wilh a fore Hint is siiejilv irr.-si ibl.-. Ai.iiidii'.s i{.\\(i(i-:i! CIIAICn'.llS TIIAIN" 4 I FRE . ROONEY, - PROP. * I GOOD ACCOMMODA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.30 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ������e#f �i -F()]J ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB iSs MIRON OMOXXOlOlOTOToToToTdc^^ f.iin.l.v lia-d keen li.ul ga'thorc-d a politan airs are creeping in. The piilf. >piilT of Hie auto is here. Jt is ipiile refiably rfp.ort(.'00 eleciric lights will be shilling at Tabor. 'J'he people are suriscribiiig liberall.v, ttiid Hie agent is much encouraged. The Till or people are all workers. Thd to ; was at the linn- oi ihe -disaster. He has receivc.l no woivl. and has a .special li-iiiii i-liarlei-.-d lo nie''l biin gocdl.v horses, ra p !'� I i .v sfvking Hie .Sorlhwesi. The faiii'l.v". iiios woiih'ii, Iravoll-' ,. 1 I,-, 111.. d ill all the iimiis and viUa'g'es lhe\ sold fresh, swei"! grass butler, The weeks passcfl plea8an'tl.y, the summer was almost irt an eiTd whc-n ihev Selected a home on lh(' Xonth Saskatchevian ini'.l pitched .'tlKMr (ent, I Wheira rude lioilse h-ad been |,uil1, father went U|i t'he I'lVi.r some fd'Icen miles lo a fei'i-.v , ci'ossi-d tho river, then came back lo a point op|io.site his bomes'ea'.i. and began culling wild lia.v for Hi., wiu'ler. .Vlways he was in liailing iliilaiice of his home, aif.'l when he could not make himself heard, he iimkIc signs. The. gras-; proved good, and the lone rancher workivl iii.in.v days, w ig-wag>ging oc-casioiinll.v to his eldest dnughlor, Ihe tolephoiiiiig, Frank. .Amil Jo.-.W a c/irisle/ii)>g parl.y in .Slav (own near l-'raiik. a fight fook place, and one of the p.Trt.V WHS bealen and bndl.v bruised by four of ihe oHii