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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VESTRY MEETING A Year's Work in St. Augustus Parish REPORT OF REVTJ. S. CHIVERS Church Wardens and Vestrymen Elected on Monday Night. The annual ventry meeting iM St. August In's church xvas held on Monday evening .with the. Hector, llov. I S. I'hixvrs, presiding. Thorn was n vi.'�-y encouraging attendance. The rector presented his report ns follows: (lentliinrn - In presenting my report for' the past year, I feel Hint) xx billd be liairriftomcly pakl for Lite I taivd ulvlch In) had perhaps obtalncxl! tegRIiualuly, and also" for ithut which had coni'-1 -Into his possession through fraud. On Tuesday now iiomeWwl regiila-, Hons come into (area which are designated to prevent frauds of the kilnd dpserlbwd. Hereafter homesload entries must 1>u nuvdu In porson, anil I no proxies will Jic allowed. For; cancellation of homestead entry only 1 one application will bo received from : any one porson, and Iki must be a genuine homesteader. Tltose changes will got at the root of the evil. Furthermore, nn pi'o�iuoii, Wfl A I l\ A I III fib�l?nn 11 brief, bright speech favoring! If lin � �** n VII I 1 i, |le lwncy ot tj,e Oovi.riiim'nt/'llfl ad- ] --- vised a -lurge. endowment, for moro \ Rhomu lt*ltax4A Im Alt* i endowments made greater elneieiiey. i DrCCZy UCDalC 111 inC|� .SUF�CIW'PU T''lv action to pre- Legislature LETMBRIDCE RuTMOT GET NAME Argued that a Population limit Should be Fixed. Kdniontoii, April III.-When is town a city, when Is u city not a city, and the value of a name, nrous I'lllll. Ill *llill|l\7U41, �lU^'lllll 'Mill! i - � -- .......- ---.... , ,.,.... ton agencies, the three, agencies near-considerable discussion, ami, as a est to the. Manitoba and the Inter- 'natter of fact, n very hot and'Somc-national boundaries. In these dis-l^*'"11 vcn-motis debate �t the muni-t riots the agents -have received ord- :cil>�l cotninKlee this morning, ers to prepare lists of all lands M the present time three towns ,............. ,...... - - . - which 'have been uiir entry for are asking for the name and powers there is much 'Hint should !*> n source I more than a year, and in respect of of a rit.v. They nix; Wetasfelwin, of K''atiii("illiin to the comgrogatIon \ which there has Vvecn no extension of Medicine Hut and Lol'lvbrrdgc. In no iiirl of enrouriigetnenl io myself. .time granted. These lists are ex- case hns nn uppllcaiit a population There has heen a sleii'dy increase in j pec lea lo lie ready hy Tuesday. of 5,011(1, ami IWrtaskixvin docs not the nieiiWii'i'shiii of Hie congregatloii. j When thai lime conves till the 'claim more than liiroe thousand. If'oh cmctotit school svstrm without ai There hiixe ')>ln wind as to hope for I The wmrtier of eonuminicimtH nt the la;it four Kast.r sirvlces ni�, i li'ipe a sign of real progress. They ere us follows: WO.'I, tW; M�d all were! W. V. Simmons, the newest mem-1 (Vi�d a ipiarier section wliich'has'boon unanimous . , Oi the eoiimiittee, Hon. 1 append to this ivport � slnte- . utwler entry for more than a year, Mr. dishing, lion. Mr. ltuthcrfotvt, nwMit of the building fund of St. bin which hns no special protection .Messrs. Miicl'nii'ey, McKeli/.i�, llle-Mnry's Mission Church, which was and upon wliich no iinprox-cinents ]>ert, Itol^rlson, Stuart Hiiupson dedicnt(rl last October, and is nl- have Iven wroug'ht, they will report | Walker, IJovl.-, Mcl'hersoD', Telford ready a (entrn of spiritual activity. ! tin- fait to the local agvnt. The lat- nwt Moore were present. Who jucni-I hope it inny be possible >'t\\ 'the nmir ' ler will cancel that entry nn.l post |,ers did not object to granting the future to wipe olT the small debt yet notice in his olllce at once of the powers askrd (or, but they did ob-remniiiing against the building. 'fnctf The law! will then be n|�n to Jeot to the grantln� of t-he. loud- Puring tlie past year the llev, , the entry of the first applicant at sounding nnmr. Hpencer f'ollilis, my collenguo last the counter. ll is incvituhln that , While ti>|H :llscusKion was in |>ro-I'-aster, has left the parish to take.*�me cases of han.tsh.lp should occur, gross, the .door o|x>nc:l and in walk-up w..rk in South Africa. I am hap-: hut >> � ho|�evl thut these will be v in having at the present time the more than compensated for by the to lieing vomewhat of n strong tle-liev. David dimes ns his successor, good roKiiHing from the action of hater, is also the ineinler for Wotas-wtoa will shortly nssitim- sole chnrgc the lN-pnr(inent of Hie Interior. luwin. of St. Marx's mission and the nur- _()__ When he K-arneO of the discussion, round inn country. he rose up in the air to a consider- Personally. I have to ncknowl'd^e PUiNt'K KlUVAIMi ISLAND AND able distance and proceeded to much kindness and assistance U\tu\ PKOIIII1ITIO.V ,M,SS ">e bill. memliers of tlie congregwtion. 'I he j _ ' He complained that Wetnskiwin Siiiwlt.y school teachers have been was always getting Hie worst of it most fnUlvful nnd self-Bacrlflclng, and (^oninliut.vl by the W. C. T. L.) from le(jislntiva nuthorHles, and that I feel that the whole cong-.vgati in is Irom the results of the recent elec- .�hev seemed likely to g.-i ih,. worst indebted to them for their de-utcd ll�m. xvhich placed the whole of 0f lt nrtistiQ vleslgn, conting upwards of-$100, has tieeii placed in the hands of I'lui executive conm�itt�> of the football league to I* playvsl for by the teams along 'the Orow l^tween ! Pincltcr Vnvk and Cranbrook. a. i Mutr. is -Uie donor- Kernie Fr.-. Anderson and A. W.viie, executive: It. K. Woffat. T. A. Murray and II. Wilkinson, committee on grounds. St Ma'rv's ns lav reivder'm A .�. i i..i> bibition net, il now looks as X the their heart upon this thing, and they school ienoher has enp,rii�tiNl nnd dissntis-j Montreal, April 2.).-Meinl*rs of labor. HoclKvrfully gi- ,, :hu � ;?:,^r.T..^'f:,""- f,!TJ w,,h ,llP ie"-,w'"m � '""> '��� >Montreal amateur athletic assocla- tlon are to l*e asked to voto on Wednesday next on a proposal to al f.vl i\ iiK�rlts sp..cial n.ei.i:.ei. ; �'>wii hns for some years 4iad in op- cd. To tho choir loo under Mr. Ctin- eratioti u most eftectixe prolriMtion, f,r nivself." s�W th.. now in- ninirtinui-s ahltt leiKlership. 1 wish to net. It lias prae! icull.x kllleil the ttiriuio�l iiicmlier for Wctaskiwin. 'if .uKiioxvlclgements, not on- traflic in �*troi>g eial work, and uMei�d I was abb' to requite you to some e\t�ni h.x r�'tiirnii>g with r.>-uexverl vigor l(� my work in the |>�r-�h the three counties into xvhtoh tho 1s-lanrt is divi>dete with pro- j .... , .fessionals without injury to'their I ore, 1 shall not return to that city; (standing as amateurs. 1\v> tpn-stion | 1 shall resign. |arises from tlie sUiiation in the la-, It was explained that no objection !CroHSC worjd( the lc�gue having vol-, hii'l l�een rained to the granting of the poxvers, but considerable, objection had liei-n raised lo the name erl to alloxv their teams to play against teams of |u-H. y A ^ic^ new 'third laso-. muni, ^li.' th| t hovl llage c .xlvit0, ,is ,nndia fin- n.., lo|- ,,.,,,. K, ,,.., ' tJwst starting. An usher notified him, i.nncial Malement of the church. He is rounlies bring on a similar si,- AhK.-n/ie saM that one of Ihe."1".1 ,ww. ,*dk's WPrt' Ue .-..tiring fronUhe position o ,jeopWs ^11(I1 ,,, lip ,ub. , ^, ^ JT. ^ ^^harl no time Ij/^W.'W thrn- xears of faithful v,,,,llllK. sanll. -Wh. p^.K.nion Medicine Hat was that m�sc Jaw I?"^ *� TcU lhwn to bUy was a city and xvas proilhng hy that' ' xxnrdiii aft service. . net was u poxerntiwnt measure. It V. A Mngrath xvas �l,',iV1.� alwwly run the pmntl.n of the ourts successfully. If etllciently tor'v warden, and t). t McMicking was i.le�t,.| iH-ople's warden Mill II ll:i; M>ll on. fact ... h." dVtrimcirt "t ^dlclnc \\^ ]*" m��th*r got that Hat. I..l!,bridge made application ^U.^T T JttU*h,r " ^ ' ........... . . ..................................... w-!>en Medicine Hat star Where wo"l[�'nt rather go poniwhew and t Th- lollowlng sidesmen w...v-.lee - (vj)1 ^ ^ ^_ � -ui ,,nt ���� ^.n^hm,, BO(xl. .,Sure." ropli- / It I: Shxrlock, .1. o. Wilson ",.,r,.,| j,, rhiir.ottetown. There is u Alr ,.,p|,iiiK ref.-rr, d to the g.-ncrnl ;c'rt M,� rtl,,,lfn,',r- A�'� they went. Patterson. * " ^- ^"1*^*" l-'" '>^"'K �>'">''B t�inperaiicv nri w-|,|e]i would l brought In next1 -- i V roomnti, �.eoiK. ""^ , , ' friends that lis- 'Act is out of session when a population limit: Tho Calgary AlliMtan says: Med-  il. I*. II Itowmaii, i.i '. .(ln., Slnw ;ts ennciinent. public would he made. . and .towns would j �eino Hat, Uthlpridge. Crunbrook, I K v Dooie.x. w i . ix's. opinion lies gone forward nt u rapid iwcome cities uniomaticullv That lJfclson. Itossland. Uovclstoke. Bd-1 II llowmnn mtii I', wiison lnt)1 u m>w l|WJly (|1 th(, WOul.l be nt has I twic the ronton and Strathcona all have e.x- > appointed niiditors. ks"";" il ,K 'a"Hl*1'11 lo "btain amend- population of Weiuskixvin. 'cellent tenuis, aivl haw nr^anl/cdlor j The cusiomnr.v v.>tes of ""U,K iiu'iits which time >hows to 1�> necos- Mr. Itosenioil said ho would nuke !' ciiy limit nt llf-.the management of the Calgary cluh' xx-nnU'n dilflcully. I'nder this Prohibition UX1, thoiisnihl. and providing that jwill nrrauije games with all these __o- \ct Ikst and other iNpiMls nre (kvm-' no city xvith h-ss shnnUl call Itself club:., and Canada's national same! i got hock at the Jun- \ Tlu- suggestion oi Mr. Itosenroll, iors with a vengwrnce last Thursday: xvas not taken very seriously. Iwt-nlng ui iheir second t,�sel�U I Mr. Itiitherloi-.l sniu that Strath-.match. The bt'le felloxva could not I conn had u lnrgi-r population than I touch ilwrge ltal.'.v's benders, while I W.naskiwiu; in fnel was the tliird i their own pitchers were wild. The', most |h.p.,.loiis corporation, in Alber-1 seo>r> ioi 'Ive innings was 29-8. 'n. jot ihex, thonylit they hu-d not ^___ THK WISDSOItj a mere song I nder such circum- t.'o,wei-vative candidate lout his de-  M>nn Wetnskiwin. , com-! St,,,,.-..* the hom.-stead regulations ,posit. The ninin fault of the Alber- 1 prinoiple of .the i,m ...... ., Mk. .. �\ . transforiiud. TJW jarftV ad weiv eadly cirn.xl on i. nnd there 1u Conservatives_the Calgary ones .(usm-d when ihe imlixwlual bills come \fxian ,!* "early completed. The was no diillciilty about their enrforce- at any rati*-is their seeming lnea-'"P. tro,u oi livr o)il 'tructuiv has been in.ii' So inceirtixe io fraud existed, 'purity to gv�t in iotiinate touch with - , _ 'covered with new *i*linn. and a ver- und if Kii.h occurred it was speedily, "the man on the street," or the ri.,.0,,1.... 1 ... .... . 'Undnh erected 111 the centra of thai (�-t,|. That wuh all changed common individual whose vote is �hl,h .1 ,li ,i!i I ."i1"' , ,k'tall;|l,,liWl�l!' Tlie bar and ofllcc are now! when the great fenility.of th. North- j,1Bl llh i,.,,orta,,t ,, election day as ' 1 he unixersiiv bill -"u^located �> the new a.klMion. K�|�i.j xxeWt hinds to 4� nols.-.r that ol Pnt Hums ,r W, It. Hull. i,,,,., Tinl which ,"01 mt?1 ' at.road. when the possibilities of Apparently Hv Conservative |�rty i before the the uioNt cultured. 'I'hero was a ring a boo' the spis-chcs xx-hic'.i indicated Hie high and ideals of the �iienils'i's of the LngiKlutm>>. Mr Hutherfoi'd said that no same i/.-d. and xxli.-n |vople stnrtod Hi ;n ''.m the const itueiuy of AHs>rt� into the country ut the rate of �as turned over in a solid block to jimi.imiii i#year. The price of land the U hern I party through Hw> hril-xv.-nl up ly leaps and bounds, mini-' |mnt tactics of |.|k> senator who in-er.nis land conipaniits were formed in sistcd on foisting our ileur old col- Hie Stales who purchased lege chum, Tom Coohrune. on a long vvoubi I*. left unti.r.w.i . . . . large blocks from Canadian railways' K,fTerinK electorate. tW hviv ,aKr - �* ^U^r^i^&"^ and 01 her concerns. and generally better a ,wn �VailaWo that tlie ' �'��'" b"l a good clucati in. land was in great (k'liiaud. j f.oughood can"5 schools in the province, > ud j V.*. schools have  ecn '1 sive fixtures are to be placer* u the  ha". Tin oitice ,-i most capacious. | J nut to the r.'ur of the l�ar a pco| -table Is .to 1* placed Fine new clou-) sets ami bathrooms havo been put In! this u|Hto(i.ite hotel, and a st��mj h.Mting systfin will U> tnstaflod latt er. Mui>l� alteaidy t�en erect-; cd in the office and tlining room. a ' lar^vi now staircase leording from the* olllec to^ the fu>i tl.Mir is to Ias put  up at once. H. K. Mnsbaen now pos-'. st-!.ses one of the pvotn commodious > nnd well arraiifi'M hotels in the dis-| tri�i soiniticux COMRXCF.S WO�K � ................_ ,......_____ Tim I'r.niier toil the storx .1 the. -- | na-diun Northwest. and with a con-;,jmit Xorthern system is dames .1. taking of schools to tho in'lvi.'H. Spokane ttu-h., April 1�.-Hush | SMlerable ilegns. of success. IhOjm^ nc�nndlan by birth. Sir j Among them I.'> -districts ka!   on  nixlers h�xe l.e.11 g�v. n bv thn tlreal I lands bought from railway comf�an- Thomas Is a subject of (Jrent llritain Uorimd, and Uioiigd they sal c.x-1 Northern oflicials at �t. IV11I td the j i..s were the alteinato or ixkl-nuinlv ftrK| .1. ,|. 11 ill is a citizen of thelis-cted oppesi-im, fi-,.m tno Cain 1.111s, contractors of the transcontinental red sections. The even numbered j i,tted States, both by adoption, j themselves, yet (here had t ,tn 1 o , |jno m Cauadu foi too Hill interests, , Mr. Hill. 'Hk- AiiK-riean by adoption, 1 opposition. is seeking to enter his native land. It xvas tlie intention of the si �t with 'ihomas Shaughm-w.x. tho Co nnd inn ' ample grants. With th: 1 j by adoption, is trying to keep him I coming iu from Hie scho .1 ls�*.**--"". the out. Is it tho irony of fato or the,grant for schools wou.d �if�;;> ho �drift of circumstances that has pro-!ample. Verr.-l !. ir j.r.)! brook Herald. sections were, under the laxv, reserved for the bona fide settler. This, however, did not deter some n|iecu-lativc land coinpnivies nnd individual s|sicMliitors from securing oven num-Itensi sett ions. They got bogus homestead onirics mudo undor the system which had bum in voguo for years of allowing entries by proxy. More than that, they secured the. cancellation of genuine entries ix-lvere --o- tho homesteader had failed to^ fulfill \ ,{lll,rMA T)SM MVK|,;s Iiis ;ib|iirt>ii"ns, or in some way or othei hud not complied with thu Willi the udjoinwig men 1111111-ttcrnd sections iu 'his possession, Ilia s]>ecultttor was able to hnost tho price of his lands. He xvould put a stiff price on an otld niinilwed section ami then say to tho iirosjiectivo |.iireU�wl': "Xoxv. if you will tako ihis, I will throw in the og tiunitered sociiun also." As khahm: jlein of securing teael�or -I fyi-ie.e is the university," sail ;!� I' and it is given out that the lino east j of Winnipeg w ill I** coropleusl In ] eighteen moutns, ami that the line, irom Winnipeg to the ('oust will be j rcud.i for operation within two. years. Thousands of men will be re-! quired, and if ihes�. can he had " ' work will U> begnin ui once. .....� ' "O . ��� the those rheumatic pains ............ _ also by np- VheWtoT'-i^ merely I plying Chamberlain's i'nln Halm. ', ,ai price, Hie siK-culator could \ One application will give yon relief, well afford to do so. and, of course., land itr. continued use for a short the i tending settler would jump at time will bring about a permanent tbe vXxkmo. in this way tho forroor euro. For sale by all druggists. 01!ii' KNOCKED OlT. 'Some weeks ago, during the severe xv inter weather, both mf a-ifc 11 ml in} self contracted severe colds, wjjjcji sp.?�xlliy developed into the 1 r. 1 Mm.  w,nst kind of U grippe, wllh all Its ....� i'"t niiserublo symptoms," say* Mr. .1. 1 in- ..ii js. K^t'stoii, of Maple Landing, giving -n-jlown. "Knew and Joiuta aching, business cares when you enter your and the �dvisahi,,y ,f ./^lon^ homo, and you can bo relieved fro,., vocation to . �raduatea 'of Cnited ;5,,un; from rheumatism. You throw asida ttruction in acieiitillc J. II. Iloyle, thu mem gx.'on, made two su �. v the department sit 1�. 1 States universities us well as Cunad- using Chawberluia'R Cough Wcmcdy, urn and liritish. tiding the same with a double dose "It has been said hy one of thc;0f chamberlain's Stomach and 14v-grea� pajiers of this country that Ijer Tablets, and by Its liboral usei _ - 1�. am drawn to the sunny side of;soon things," With thvso words Mr. Rob- g^jp completely ksovfccd out all-dNftista. the. And be in touch with all the loieit new* hy Subscribing to the THE BIGGEST AND BEST WEEKLY PAPER IN ALL ALBERTA CLAIMS TO BE Up-to-Date, Newsy, Entei^imng Take a run through one of our issues and decide for yourself whether our is gilt-edged or not. -: JOB DEPARTMENT � We have a roodern equipment of type] and machinery, as well as first-class work-1 men, and we make the statement without fear of contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as any office in the West. A trial will convince you that we have a right to talk this way. Try us for Letter Heads B01 Heads Envelopes Posters Dodgers Calling Cards Wedding Invitations Programmes Anything in fact where type and ink are used The Herald's Motto: Nothing but the BesH ____ ;. ...............�MIIJIHMlliilllli ii ;