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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 ii H.L When you conic to Llie Me- tropolis stay at the Palaceji per day I ROMANCES OF THE PRAIRIE NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albeita Papers 4 4 4 Opposite C. P. R. Depot; Stephens Propriel.crs i p 1 Calgary, Alberta j Farming Lands Town Lots u Farm Lands in ..large or. small lota. Building lota m growing town o! W F. RUSSELL Estate AgeiU xO-O, E.W. Kingston Cent's Tailor I (Kroin (he Chronicle.) K, Fullmer, of this plncft.-hits a which is very peculiarly marked. 'PlK? coll., it iwo-year-ol'd, is lig'hi Ivay in color; on Ms rifi'h-i ami extend- ing rj'rom its helly'to-the 'Imckboi.'Ms u dark brown patch of coarse hair v.'hich is :V ju'rl'ecv "fa sleek brown -boar siHing on i'.s Jmiioclvs; heaii ;is sharply linod, tiie hanging loosc-ly U-jn i the arms, which art; hc-l-d us-a. ear cu-L uncles .ihe jho-ly, the heavy sac-' of tho laixl the well 'defined haunches inuke [up a silhoiitte of a Ivear Uiat I'lXi [lilllcult. to Need- lefis -to say, u birthmark, the some lime before foaling, hi v- ing been frightened by a bear.' ..Mr. C. Jjnmb bought the of the Dumber L'o. erly occi.-pk'd by -Mr. Kevin, 'the uhtr ma-nagv-r of Vhv; .selling company la view of .J. Win, Knight's iden- tification with, extc-nsivc U-tali min- ing interests, it is cxjxjctod -i-hat in iho future his postoflice address will be Uiah instead Of Canada, awl that a vacancy is soon to occur in the I'l'aylor 'K'lako i'rosi-.lency. Xominntions to fill the vacancy ex- listing on the town council'-by reason i of -the rosigiuit'ion, of T. O. King, i were TiUKio yes-lcinhiy, the names of Cooper aivd T.'.L O'Hricii bc- 1 ing put forward. rPo fill fhe vachncy j on the school due to -the res- ig-nntion of -Mayor Green, j Stevens, T. .J. Evans jilT A. .IODOS and .John Powelsou are i he nominees. Sugar Co. reports-to date.t-on- tracts for arn-s of ivrrd vv-hile as'yftt. vho amount con- lirarted for doe's not reach the. figure 1 last year, .it is fully expected a-ha-t as much, if -uot more, lu'atvwng he done i-his year than last. The grouiul gviverally is in excellent _! condition, and 'the yiekl should 'be: tiiis year than last. Wilson McCarty. who has beau-two and one-half .years -in Scotland doing missionary Labor, leturnovl last Thursday. FlOKXiK. 'I C-'i-onr the Ledger.) Wiis finullv decided to divide i Oi.V Cy. U'iirmun, in Canada.) It, is a i'ily who emn'e i'ro Caiwdji the pui'posc of '.ivriny, should come with .so small a fuird of infoiiiial-ioji us lo chut- of ihe coutury, the coixli'tious pfi'V-ail, and tin- pliysi- ;cal a i I'd almost invttr- .iably. eoiii.-.s Lo thosw have- tlie lo rough it for a-few i Here uii-'i there J uvor j the Northwest, 1 came upon young wjio li.ti'ift-inji' 1-in.1 'wood liifJH.. Oiii wurk, larder. J''iiKill.v one -day he jiis; grub was out, ar.-d hiH daug'hlei unsw'en-d fliaf. she, woiilvi go1 lip" the- river or .so ami launch a raft, that, might possihiy pass JUMI- j his hhore. The first float wenl light, of course, for 'she wits ion j wise a-daughter iannch bread up S .on siraii'41-1 waters until she hud !suiuo delinite not ion as lo tIL- cours.- i of ibe, current. The raft was ai i'ailuiv, .but lassie was not tobei bound u of i and bn'.l.-r ami lo the AND BUGGI Received Three Carloads. Comi Early ir.uku..a name for C-amidians as permit, saving onlyenough to make .sure, i.hu-t slu; would not mistaken j lor duinsrl for f. bath, uud into ihe sire mi. i Carefully she fell, h.-r way, tli'iu-hiirg i as her ban.-' feet. in coirtact r After 'the 'war ;he ivUirm-d to his Cl-Voni tlie.Kive, I'ress.) homestead, Varefuily' and -i held for him -by ihe Dominion dov- A vote was la.vcn at the 1 H-.sb> Ui'- L absence, an-d when I iun church on Smiday evening to i-kle whom to call lo the vacant pas- lorate. Thc-re were three nainos be- mUiei an-., fore the members, llovs. Nixoi'., Wh'.'U-man and (ira.it, and the vot ri'siilU'd in favor of culling (Jraut, o_ Hos.slaml. .Mr. l'irant is well known in l-Y'rni.', -havinis; al oi the church time at r A let tor received this A. f.'aJliher. .M. I' the'" plans for building will h Insix-ctor weok from says that the 'new postollice forwarded to Huild- 'bt. 'K-err -inside of sviih the course pebbles. l-'rui'u the home ranch her niotlu-r and .sisters waU'iKv! and n'U.Ve-tl for her, while, on Hie olher side her, father wtrippi-d to his bare-footed, rea'dy to- leap to the resrtie if ihe. current; should I'arry the hei-oie her feel. Almost lo hei1 anus tlu.' water trose, but she "forward, smii- mg, and in a while in.-r father .was aljhi to reach her hand and her up, dripping, but, s-tMl smiling, i ho., good dinner, many 'nf them i bluff of poplars, it. seem- in fact, t-hat she had brought, over t'haL if ever a hero nu.'dal the. river. Two years have sine..' the. Scotch family homes teudi-d on the silver shore of the Saskatchewan. Now, howi ver..- the silence is broken the soimd of the pa til finders, >f successi.'s to tlu; driving slakes-for C.nvnd Trunk 'Varific. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Lib. J. W. ifcNicOL, Gom'n.l llnuager, Lc-thbrklgo, Alia, Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Okl slund-ttouiul S will H: was a younger brother at his dear to him -now. As I over the sea of gold that. yd away for half a mile and on the 't'l l'> 1IU' !iel. to'-'him it shoula w tor hts-n.-r- oism in com pier: ivj" these wild fields, rather liuui .for any- part he may have taken in Sout> African slantfli'lrr housi-. Tiir-re tiri; scon in "the- Territories, but in niaTiy cases, i in -many' plncrs, t-hey h-avi' bitc'ii lamentrt-ble.iaihaH-s. And, us j.eaco iiivth victories, so many condi- i wo and A called for iiamedi-atejy. A qu'c-t 'took (dace ra the. JM'cthodis-L pnrsonttft'o on Saturday paihetii-aKy heroic, if such evening last., when 'A'altor ii. ll-ar- bo One .day there' came to tin; tent of a railway contractor, in u cai-ip a voting man of'..good address. 1 le. for Tin: Cont ractoi .M IS H A I.' TO lot when of -I his' place, was unites! wwllock with Miss V. lii'.vnnlds, Los Angola. oi fi. Your own niateriiil inado up. Cleaning, .Pressing, Altering. liLAlUMOUK. Temporary the English Church. o (Jjie of the best hotels ilgary nud new ami Is (loin-' u on. tlio miUwul. This (From tiH'Timcs.) Five art lights have been installed on Hie streets of Ooleman in the promincni places. This makes Coioman the best, lii-uji town in Pass. Kraser -t-hc con- tract, for tho erection of'the large stoius .block here for the I.ethviridge. lirnv.-ing .Malting Co. .Mor- eno has secmc-d -itw cor.tract for. the mason work upon this buikling. Monday was payday at the miivs i of "ifio i-ivtnrnational Coal Coke r Co. at Colomnn-. This the t ig- ijjest' that -that l-as ihii-d, "being some i id joiit.1' ami as a coiiscque.i.-'i1 incss men d' Coleman are g broad smiles. Tho animal meeting of1 the Episco- Tht: as -to ainl the confessed, .frankly that jiic had none, l-.ut willing to 'try anyt'hiug. i. Accordiivgly a pair'of leatiier reins !.y.-ere put into his hands, and he bo- 'gan following .the scraper in an (eudleH.s ehr.in of 'teams that in an'oval circle, whose line limits were t he-culling and the j rthcm. _ i in the. of time: t-hc ilr. (Jreen. from Ul-ackfalds.. ,lulfl [ticked up gee- and h-aw, aiul of odd bits 'of horsi: talk, and ihf-'d liis joo; perhaps very much to his "1JA- surprise.'-' Sunday came, and the, mii! [contractor went o_ut to. wandor. 'XV the banks of t5u.' river, into. God's Hat, Ait a., April Stro'nach, ;i raiu-her operating i we n't y iniles east of 111 a t. 'met. wish a 111 i'sh a M f) a y which it is U'lired may cost him his OKOTOKH. the Review.) ,1-lonkmnn, a f. 1'. K-. brake- got two fingers badly jammed coupling some, cars: on Good. Frhlay. No were broken, .however, but 11 stitches were. ..-taken by Dr. D-: Long to sow 'up'-ihf wounds. Mr. ilonkman went back tc( Calgary same tin rived to ink ngcnt here, lie has to' A. Snider. h-as sold lo t he reason. Jk left the village of Irvi'n at about 0'o'ciodc in the evening io return -to hisj hmu'o. but never reach- ed there. His di'imdishwl v.-ns a short distance off v'ie j trail by a rider, the next aftcrnooa. i Later on a message of inquiry came. 1 village from th'v; ranch, as j n ho.-d 'reached h'omc with por- of- the. IVariiess clinging to On Wednesday morning a i posst: of 7r> riders was ami started -to scour prairie for! Uie missing nian. fouiid near f-veuing in. a loint'.y and desert- ed snot known as vhe Jjands, I ninny'miles from the the 'iic- .cidvrrt'. he 'had evidently I met. Ik- was''.in a tleliriotis raiul his face so swollen that he was rflmost The Lethbridge Hotel W. Henderson, Proprietor Tlic largest and best equipped hotel.] HEAbbUARf EUS lOR COMMEUCIAL MliM WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT TI1K BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and bfest of goods at the bar W, 'HENDERSON, PROPU1ETOR jnt 0 nee erect a r-huiv.li building ,hat ,plnce 10 C0st in she neiyW hood of One ot the livery hams in Alborta. 40 head of drivers find aiiiltlle1 horses. Kigs :nul 'luirness.; robos and Ifip rugs, complete. S First class much anil farm improved and of Saturday Frank and residential lots to choose from.-, complete Dardinfj house, a good reason for selling." This is n snap. One registered Cleveland bay iirj 4 stallion. Price well horse. lo ll'olp. mule or female, 'dining- room chamlx-rmaids and; f n rt her particulars apply to; iir.r.is tt McLfcAX, Alia. on reel, ;t o.> ;-i viWfoot scaling la'l- Tho I'Ymik voliuilcf-r fn'o org-nniW'cl ivinl most any Kiurl of :i Tiro. -o- (Kroin' Uio 'Tin' annual mining nf tlw conqix- g-ti'.iuii 01 Christ chnr'cli.' Maelw-vrl. for the purpose- of ok'Ctihg1 church wardens vc-stry. lu-kl in the u-hnrc-h .Mon-.'Jay evening. .April 1C-, when i he- fotlowinff oliicc-rs for the year elected: Jicctor's. I' T. liocchcr: Toopk-'s curt a i tho cave s L- Jlurison: Men, MI. Jlossis. .MnUicw.s. Brown, -llho-Jos. f. [yo'.ii.iK- ll 0. 'CuMipbivU. 'M. Tiniloek. u> do.. Lot, C-how Han. P.-nnefather. Hutaoii, 'Jjaml.if.-rt and 'ttn-ning: Delegates "Synod, F. P.rowii an-'l It... Math.rv.-s: Auditors, F. W'.- Tiinlick. Coorgo Tinning, nian-agci- of the Union Hank of t'aiuuia, is leaving un Sriturdav for n. couple of weeks risk to -thy east. T-'.K- is aiinouiHXsl .oi Miss .Mcl.'aitln !o Mr. 'tt'rn. 11. MeLhodiSt liavr lots arc; con-iemplat'irig ereclion' nf a new sione which, wlvn coinploicvi, will vi.-iior askfd a' Q-oneral n-a.'lii'.g'.rooui. rccivation. .U) p'ardun iho intrusion, g-vnuinstiinis. l.-athrooms, ridge to the Island. aivd 1 hat" arraiiirenienls can be. madt i U) obtain an -estimate of P vbl.- costs, etc. -Mr. ilaffner civil em-'iinM-r of experience of thc that h with t.Frun i .HIV Own Correspondent J Last Sumlay. IClcler Oeo. I'.v 1 sir.'.1, ii-s. llelx-r Allen occupied the lime in the afu-rnoon at the L. clunvh importing tim Mitios at 11-00 a. m. Sunday School it p. iu. Rvcnsoag at 7.30 p. Celebration of Holy 1st Suaday in the month. 8 a. in. am! 11 a.m. of IIUM1 HIVF.K. 'a. (T'rom live Times.) V I'.'. McDonald, who randies ..ost -and who a si-vere in- Matin5 and- tftSOag al recenlly -by breaking his ieg, i was i n Services at the. church wx-ro cmuUirted by .Mr. Shearer. His words are always uplifting and list- ened io with attention. Another large 'huiVdir.g is going "PiKnglis. i-lose to the. Ta'oor posloilicv, makes said ofl'-cc- still mor.- rliminu iKn-rlic live. not ly remarked --at for a ...-.it. potatoes. i T there." said th.- cont racto'1. told this tale t" me in a hotel Siiskii-toon. "sh.- sal piano; [tha-l." com.: all tlve ws-.y. from ilMvlaml. round !y K huonton. and Saskatchewan by skow, Marking in her wish a train, h'-r imgcrs wMh aglitter with ir.-r.-. in Inn, in my opinion, a h'acs, and of a si'i variably In" slriking conl ures foipyd of i ho same province (Jw 'wonderful rice htir- virsr. gathered' every year in P.ic.- Lake, birt.: of various kinds in New Unmswick: caribou shooting in r.rifish Coiumbiu; the Canadian camp dinner ir. -Vow fires .iii.'ir environment, arc; but a few ihe to Ije found in this ALBERTA: TELEPHONE NO. 1 on of them that, almost. and 'llVT success of rill.; shot of 1 7.30 p. Ui. ST. MARY'S MISSION. School at 3.00 p. ui. 4.30 p. w. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. G. Pastor. Suaday service.'; ft 11-00 a. m. an 7.30 p. ro. Sunday School 3.00 p. m. town on Saturdi-.y, a-.-c.nn- his wife. Mr. Mcl> >n lid. I in' to the oi j l-rairie fnvs. that i thins should bo donoNo, pxil a check on the can-U-ssness ly Impny settlers, in putting >ut lire recently sr.ffored n heavy tss -.t A year iv barbarit nirs of IVble CUss nil localise of the niter ilessness of a stftlor. all The of AiVrod iSat.nKlny last near Okot.oks, .i.Is Al- tl: Priyer' at I e-am.c at 8.001 favorably known Mmilder of arc informed ;nri' will KNOX CHURCH. in A- M. Hnrdon, Sunday Services it 11-00 a. m. and Co.'s store. Mr. a monlh -to an annt. for the res of lior life, 'ho proporiy to his ineiv'l. Rov. Wr. for St. IMor s clinrch. Okotoks. ;o we resided here in splendor. Xow inotro- aro civep'ing in. The tiie auto is hx-ro siiri'n'.i explain. This iivinff in io 5he part of the family.' almost ,-no of 'the young why the Scotch ,fieu. v.litiV the ,nidv: is hard to month's mi ml of "ihe A po.-m. "The IVsi old the' with illustrations. no sportsman should miss no one can :ro it with more appreciat ion .than and dog lovers. Varird vi'.-ws on in Canada are aird Ihii mil oniobile. boating, tr.ip all np-lo- idal.'-. ami show strength and A sample: copy will. K> s.-nt free io Tony asking for the same. innu lo all in out-door Hie Uho npp.-als a f.mv is siii'ply AI.Hl-'.KTA K.XNCMKi: ALL KINDS I Fresh and Salt Meats F ish, PIOHB MIRON mfT ;S ,j____ vithm three months elect ric ights will .shining- at Tabor. The are li'icrnlly. the is much The Tsil or people are all workers. beiuvc tiiat. "tarn.? in-.lolonco ;s M> grain is d aitd hotis-es at kvu rate. T.lot-ks en' coul weighing two nnv IhMr.sr taken from the Uoliancc li'iinl-t-r but I hat and gathered a i-attle and somo Ity ih.-J'i ulK.Ml W the cat 11--- i Awiniboia. arnl on over Svarm Chinook grass UaufT. Alia.. Traynor. oi CorhraiM-. Alia.. w.-nt 'ramhiiijrS.-olchmcni.to'san l-'ranciM-o. where his wit. to; was at. the limo 01 iho-disaster. received no word, and has U.MI. h-.ivcU-'spcrinl train chart.-r. d lo meet the ontlit.. jat. Seattle to Sake him tnn.uph wittio'it F1C.11T AT A bl fresh. -o- ot WITIT 'KinNRY T.TVF.U "I snfiercrl for five yoors with kid ney nnd liver ironMo. uhirh causal pains the bncl and villn-ijos iwe-M grass but lor. The wet-Us passc-d pl.-nsantly, the nmm.-r wns almost a-t. an owl selected a Xort-h an.l lent. XViT'll" alh-M- to f.-vrv llw river. ,-am.- Iva.-k rt "Pl-osHe aivd cutting i.- win-ti-r. Always In- diiianco of his home, iictt- make himstilf sic.ris. Thtr nnd tiie !onv rr.nohov to his .-Idfsl dauRhtor. v.s the iclophoning, fo'ir of sho others t he 1 nVjvsi by thoy soquoiti ly ra 1 e n fiw- of s2U 01- days mor.l upon'erfi-'n of ihe ot'ieii'.l.-r.' fines aiwl rof-ts. i won- prompt ly paid. ..-c for tl was aixl in he FOR THE' SEST SERVICE -IN LETHBRIDGE, STOF AT THE DALLAS p. Monnvnl Tawyr-r. is Tho r.al-i'.1' 1'11> Milling ruv' o-oinsr :o oroiM. nbout ors in 'Manitol'.n ar.vl tlv west. They a iv ontrring upon a pol of umi'stiai expansion, ;