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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta fM.L. Stephen Mat! RKkcwtorl When you come to-the Me-tropoliB stay at the , Palace Hotel $1.00 per day Opposite C.P.R. Depot | NEWS OF THIS REGIGN taken From Southeffi Alberta Papers THEfCLDOFSrarr. j New Mining SuperiutcnJeul at l.iin,!-brcck-Mine Agam Worliing. \ (Frank Vnimr.) FGUMK The very slight diniculiy which existed at the mines oi the i>reck^*n -rrc^go & Ltmd comtmoy at Lundbreck lor a few days over nas iu the loim;. has Uem obviateil and ih'L> oii'Uu is a- |i'roiu tile Ijodger ItoadinaHter Tclfvr reports. Ui�tit ho Stephens * Ylockeiidorf Propriel.cvs Calgary, Alberta| KEAN'S Tfll!: STORE FOR Fresh Strawberries. Cherries Lemons B*%t of Cftnaics �t Riiht Prices i west of Crunhruok laying about one iii'ilc per day oi' Viio heavy slcct, and ^ in a short tinic all ihc rails oa tha � Crows Nest line will hn 80-i>ou/�d size, ny way oi' ro.styng ,Mr. 'roller I IS now looking ai'ter the 't4ie opor aMntf oi' three Nteani tJiotcl>j, one at jjlorrissey, one at Michel, and one I floor Macieoi, all engaged In loa'^ing gnavcl (or baltaatt �k)Og the line. lit is rumonKI thait a certain married man who had invc�t'td too much oi his monthly pay in Seagram last Saturday night, and in ronMc(|U.^r.oa wended his *vay to his home rathor flevionsly, mot with an unexpected experience. Ilifl wile, having rxpsr -> lonctd this kind of experience upon Tomatoes, Asparagas ""^ny oth*"- pay �>'8*tts |j��t and I �# i� c'oncliMl*! to give hor hiwbaml CueUmberS KtlOCe , ^j. ^^^^ devious gate habit an cxpcr - Oranses Danaaas ienco which v-ouid i�ad him to im- ; prove his gait, ' Dame rumor adtU l^est to t*iis unvarnislkod tele by re-laitlng that this much-trouhlcd wo -man arrayed herself in black tigihl (rimiiicKl in rd rings-, long pointed Klipivrn turtiad np �t the toee, doc orated h^r face after the fa. pany wi'th campaaion aawy?'-falling � iipee in the 'timAier t nci the Fernie Lumher Company's .lusii riMnp above town, was caught hy t! failliwg tjrolwr and his '. ' adiy snuiRhed between the knee and ankle Tiw man was taken lo !: ! ital and I>r. Itiggins assisted by Dr. Bon noil, took the lv� the i.net The bone of tbe was .t.Keii n fifteen or twenty places. Riui Lhi slhol I'ght, I Hr. Kenneth Murray has laid u.�;de rails between those two points t� l>e - his carpenters kit, alter serving some removed.' The tracklayers'are now | time under Forcinun McCalfrey, uf the bridge crew, and has entered the C.I'.R train service under the tuition of (Conductor llarvc.v. flivc us a "high-bnll" when passing through, Kcnnie. Among those visiting liethhridgb during the week were; Mrs. F. K. Hinds, Mr. and Mrs. D. McCaftrey, Mr. and Mrs. x. McL*od, Me.ssr.s. D. Haley. U. Mcl..eod, II. MacMilluu. The inonthl.v pay cheijues, arriving this week, gladdened the hearts of the little band 6i C.I'.11. einployce.i ai St. Mary's. The biK rain and hail Ktona which centred about l.jethhridge this week, ignored this locality and no rain has fallen hero for nearly three weeks. Frequent, though distant, thunderstorms are audible from different parts upon the prairie of late. lOflorls of neighbor McNabb at the position of superintendent and . will be replaced the tir�t of the month by Arthur Wiisbn, formnrly .superinb^a-diwt of the Crow's Nest I'as.s com-p�Miy's mines at Michel. It is stated thai Mr. Addle will go to SanXwtch-ewan. It is reported that Ihs Ureekcn-ridge & Liind people have Completed or are abbiit to compJcue nogoti At - The Crow's Nest League has sub roii'l/tcd  proposition to ttic Cintral executive to t>ho ciTect that if Unu winning team in their league woutu Iw allowed to enter in the seiivi-linals of the associataon matches, thcy would enter into the asaociaition. 'I'his has tuoen �grocd to 'by the executive, �o the Lethhridgc district can also l'o.i the diktriots will play oil as followt;:- Ti'innern of FJastem and Xortliern distr;:!*. Winners of l^d Deer and XoJ'tihorn districts. WinnerR of Ijelhbrldge and Cahgary districts. This will leav� t'hroc toaias in foi the Cnals, oind the ehampions of Al- Just Received Three Carlondt. Erly and get First choice. Come ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNicoL, General Manager, Lethbridge, Alto. Xow oocupy Adams Lnn.ber Co. Old stand-Rotind Street A conflict of judgment medical men a:nd the constUutional contempt of-tlio average mort�l for cuHivation of potatoes and wheat on the regulations �that are provided by I proteetion of the ion.s for the purchase of the �al - ' should eas.ily be detcrmiiwd by brailh proiwrty adjo�ining tlieir prop ^"'^ **' se�a. in. Dail.v Serviots:- Mass �.30 a.m. FatlvLT \un Tigliem. .st. aiolstim: s cnnicii. (.Vnglican.) Ilev, .r- S. Chivors, A.K.C, Kcetjr. Ilev, David .i ones, ii, A., Assiisita.it M'�tins at 11.00 a. m. SuH'dny .School at fl.txi p. m. Kven^ong at 7.HO. Celebra'tioii of Holy Convmunion:- 1st Sunday in the nioo'lh, 8 a. m. (Plain), and 11 u. ni, (Choral.) 3i a.m. nnd 7.30 p. m. MEDiqiN'G HAT. (From the News.) The Century Methodist Church was. su|�erbly 'dccorattod with flowors yes terday afternoon by the choir on iha occaiiion of the ma*�ri4giD of M'ss M�iy Edith Harrison. B. A., da�tsh-i tor of Ilev. J. M. Harrison, PJ>�tir I of the ohtirch, to Ilev. William Ed-' ward Si'ldey, B.A . of Erin, Ontario, j appointjoe of tho Mei'hodist Miission Ilonnd to the .station of Chent-.j, China. IIORX. ST. mary's mi.s.'siox. {So. 3.) Siir.day .School at 3.00 p. m. K�ensang at 1.30 p. m. WESLEY MICTHODIST CHURCH. Hey. ./. E. Hughson, B.A., Pastor .Sumluy services nt 11.00 a. tn. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School nnd Bible Class at 3 p. ni. Prayer Meeting. WVftnesdnys, at 8.00 p.m. Epworlh L�ague, FridatS's, o't 8.(10 p.m. KNOX CHURCH. (Presibyterlan.) Rev. A. M. Gordon, Minis'tc*'. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sundoy School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening a* S.Ofk o'clock. BAPTIST TABBRNTACLE. Rec. C. I'adloy, I*a�tor. Sunday Sorvicos atllOO a. m. and 7.30 p. IB. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer meot. It scenia thwt a numbftr of the shcepn�3n in Wjoit district were shipping wool on the sid -ing there, when �n f^ime vani several cars backed down arjd shuntad into their ear Without warning. Mr. Willn wan thrown b�twron the rails and scwral cars pa6�^ Mbora him before down to the ferry, wliiich will be in operation on Monday the 30th inst. public in cases oi Infectious diseases Was the cause of a lot o{ troablc last week; resulting ia one doctor Ijcing fined and two otb.-r people iwing' arrested tor violatiing tbe quarantine regulations. A man named Thorpe who wa.s sitaying at one of the hotels in Frank was taken sick and Dr. Malcol'mson was called in to attend him. ^ Dr. Malcolmson diagnosed the vase as diphtheria, and' as is customary in such cases, be took a ifwab and sent it to Rcgina for exoiuinaiticn toy government �>aotoriolog'iet. In the meantime he quarantined th� patient in his room. Pending the advice i>> wire from Regina, the quaran>ti�nc was suititosed, under the regulatiooH, to 'bo strict'ly obsorwl, .but Dr. i Brandon visited the patieni and told i him his affliction was nothing more i serions than .�oro throat. Tiie losult ' of tliis was that several |�ople vis- . itcd the man in his room' and became e-xposrd. Considerable feeling was worked up over the matter which was made the more serious \�hen in duo time the ws to nre. that \hs patient was proj)er!y ()Uarantin�d and he romainfd in his room several , days, but one morning, in company | with one Yoimj;, he quieely nuaide his Tlio programme of sports for the Let'hbridge e.xhibition, August IG and 17 has been arraii-giod as folloiv.s: lA'Ui'es Relay Race, o|>mi to la/rlies I who have rkyien in a rare. iUice I horses barrel. l.st �10q, and $7.'t., lotween l'*"^ 2''�' Entrance $10. l*dios Relay Race, opi'n to iadies or mi.ssos who have never riddG, 2nd $n:>, Srd Sl5. Indian Relay Kaw. l.st $!tH, 2nrl 15. V. C. nwe. 1st 933, and $15. i mile dash, horses, running. Iml 91. In evitty dcpirliiicnt of . . .f, ; Great Northern Trains Tht quick, Mfjr, comfortable way to SPOkAME, SEAtTtE, VANCOUVER. AND ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST Try the Oriental Limited Mid be coaviaiee4 ); For detailed informition addrefts H.MACBETH. Ageat. Uthhridge S. S. "DAKf^TA" sails from Seattle for the Orient, Sept. 2nd M. .S. 'JflNNKSOTA  sails from Seattle for the Orient, Jnly 25 5;* h'i 4: t, � m 3 mile running race, horse-, Ijest 2 j in a heats. 1st flOO; 2iid __ Saddle and mount race. 1st $2.) ' " �" ' ^^^^^^^^^^^ 3nd 913. ^ . ;�� "'~ - pace. 1st �75, , r waggon, a minute trot or 3nd S33, 3r| �S5. ; mile dash. 1st $75. Sod toO. Lethb|4J>dge D.-rby !{ miles. 1st �200. 3nd �7a, 3rd t35. Hotel Keepers' Purse, free for all, trot or pace. Open for horaos eligible for 2.30 nr tiatter. lat 9125 2nd �75, 3rd 9r.O. Farmers' race, dead axe no seat, i mile dash. 910 .ost ^ decorated Indian and hor.ses, 15 eoch. To t'he 3 'best decorated Indian Wom'on with horse ami trav.ils, 92 each. NO.l -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIGHE & MIRON and exctirsionists can ride down to the river bank, embark and be satel> {.'''"^ape and Ivoatdwl the train forth, landed on the other side. .;Wo.st. \Vh^, it �as learned that Various improvements are going pp. Jas. .Shirts new dwelling is near ing completion. On the eve of Aug. 6. there will t)0 an ice cream social and entertainment. The cash results to be usr^d in the interest of the J'rosbyterian church. The weather is warm, and for shooting, the "is it hot enough en ough for you" find the season is open. The kTcker, knocker, and backbiter may also be bagged on i tght. I C. A. Merkley is in from Otto, I Wyoming. He says there is no other place just like Southern Allertu. Tbe Eastern Townships Bank is o|>en and doing a good business. S. J. Wing, weed .inspector for this district, is stiring up the farmers to the fact that the.v ntust destro.v all obnoxious growths immediately. Unruly cuttle and unregistered dogs still have the freedom of alt the streets, alloys, public squares, aven ues and boulevards of Tabor. Overseer Probert is ut Winnipeg on business. Miss Lyl Taylor, one of Taber's school teachers, is back from Loth-bridge, where she has been visiting with Mrs. Dr. Campbell. All is harmony at the sitverul coal mines. A. O. Rich is down from Magrath snifllng the pure air and takiog on a good spirit. The farmers have little else to ilo these days but to watch the crops grow. we.st. Whn it Thorp nnd \oung had left together, the authori't'ios at Crap.'.hrcok were I notified ai�;l on ibe a'rival of the train 't'hork> the men were arrested and placed in isolation at 'thoit place. An information was also lai'J against Dr. llraivlon and lie was fined 9ii and cost.s by Magis* are pertiaps i/Jio main features of ai traction in The Northern Messcn'jje'-. But the stories aie so cirefuUy chosen itiliat I'hey exercise a swcvt inrtti ence in the lives pt old ^v4 young-Then ttht�r�' a,ro spooial departimeni.s davotod to Teinperaneo, t'he Suii'day School, the Li I tie People and the Home, l^he papr i.s so popular thai, a vat^t niiinl>er of Sunday Schools in Canaila and tihc Unitod States usifiig it to grcnt anlvantage, insuring , a mora regular ai'.tenilance, liesi^ios oxleniling t'lK^ir influence for good in i the homes of their scholars. The 1 Vorthorn MosFrnS^r Is prolwbly read i every we�?k b.y well oii to a qtiarfvr i of a millioTi people, oiwl for 'that rea son the price is e.ttrinely low. Samples free on application. Tfie Me.s.sen'g�>r is printevl cn much better paper t'haii formerly, ond has bivn en'argod and otherwise iinprjv-ed. Beloit.Wis.. July 17.-The novolty of a roliffious address 'between innings at a Sunday ba'seb�ll gathe ws given to a big Beloiit crowd oh Sundaj', when thrc Rev. .foseph Car-don, rector of St. Paul's Epi8Co!)a'l church, one of the fashionable con- > gnngat'icms of the city, preaeho:l on I tbe diamond. The w�rmon was given i at the rwptent/of the City I-jeague. i Two games were scheduled, and | when the first was over Dr. Carden i was introduced and spoke for seventeen minutes, u.Siing the fourth commandment for his tcx!t, "RemeinJier the Sabbath Day, to keop it holy." The fact that it -had 'been ladvenifiod that he wouM speak drew numerous prominent cHiiuns to attend who i are not frequenters of Sunktay gamrs. � Mr. Carden pivscntad thi rvghts of all mon �to seek ivcreatiou on Sun-; [day according to the dicUtos or',' th^ir own conscience, and said that ; as there was a St�t� law aiiiainst playing ball on Sunday ever.v i�er-1 son participating was a law-V�r.^aker. Turning to Mayor Curmiiiighaiu. ho .sai'd: "lif I were Mayor of Ueloit bead official of (he county, would 'be .sitopiioJ un'til tl�e law."* were changed, and I wouldn't let any on,, buy liquor on Sunday, eit^her. ' After discu.ssing public morals, Mr. : Car.'len said poor men should Ix' j careful to keep the law, as tlieir i violations nutdo it easier for the wealthy clasa;* to violate the law and do damage greater than nhepoor men could do. Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Prbprietor Every attention given the tmvelling public KecMl Stable in connection Telephone 47 Landseekors' and Rancher's Headt^narters rateis, $1.00 per dav rOK THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE or thi! aames WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS SAD FATALITY. (Clan>�hohn Review.) On Saturday last Mr. {son left Clareshohu lor The intense itching characteristic of salt rheum and ewema is �instantly alilayed by applying fi-hamil-erlain'.s Salve. As a cure for sicin diseases thils salve is unoqualfd. For sale by all dntvgists, Geijr.ie N'el-h'Oiue a few nviles to the northwest of town, �teaming � load of logs. Thi horses arrived home wi>tliout their- driver, and upon invcstigal'ion the lK:dy of the unfortunate man was found up -on the road. Evidently he had in some w:ay fallen from tJho load, the ; whole passing over his t^ody aliove the heart- He Kvfxl but four hours afiter l*tng removed to his hom.'>. , and the buriol took plaee on Tues -jda.v iMornrng. Mr. Nelson vi-as the father of Mr. Oden N.'Isnn. formerl.v in the employ of Mr. .1. M. So'iy. a..... Get a 5 bo* Lax-ets at our store please. We thfnlv they are gitHtt. Just test these toothsome, cai�d.v-like I^xat'ivc Tahlnts for con-sti|tatlon. sour sitontach, biliousness, bad breath, imiddy complexion, etc. Risk 3 cents aod m�. Sold by J. D. H'Iginbotham * Co. BRIGHT and SPARKLING t Wines for the eladorate banquet or tbe giniple family repaat CUD bo ordered from us with the certainty that the tiuality will be high and the prices moderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wine* are gatheiiled from the begt growers at home and abroad. : eiTrov WUuleitale IWiilcr ii( WlNKf; LIQUOBS �nJ CIGARS * V), {.eilttirldKi!, Alia. Howis Your i Watdb lUimiiiijg ^ . Is it always fast or slow ? j j ; Nt!ver quite on time? Per- , \,, haps the watch is capable^ of very accurate runninfft * but it is not in perfect;;. i|| onler. Yon know the tinyl;^ |;| inechaniBin of a watch abf'^ i--^'' splutely demands that each I of the dozens of little parts''^ -springs, wheels, jewelsv:* > etc.-be just right, or good:* j . timing is ont of thequestion ^ Watch :K�palring Always has been a hobby of ours, to do the Itest work poastble. :W, J. Armstrong : JEWC:%ER CNORAVfil ; OPTICIAN. �'^i' f4i ;