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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta M. L. Stephens Matt RotkeMort When you come to-the M�- J| tropoliH stay at the . , REGION * n , , Hotel $1.00 per day | Opposite C.P.R. Depot SlcphciiM * Itockmulorf Proprietc va NEWS OF THIS Taken From Southern Alberta Papers AbUllS 1H KUPLAt'UD. New Milting Superintendent at J,tii�,|. brock-Mluo Again Working. (Prank l*n|n!r.) | Calgary, Alberta ~KE^N7S TIIK STOKE FOR Fresh Strawberries, Cherries Tomatoes, Asparagas Cucumbers Lettuce Oranges Bananas Lemons B*�t of Candies at Riiht Prices ICE CRtiAM AM) H.'E CREAM SODAS A specialty. Our Sundaes are delicious .. .. . J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Glazing Graining W. M. BARBER. Painter and I) e c o ru tor Carriage Painting n specialty K.'tlttoininin^ Paperhniming * *'**'%4�f'*>�^4444> I TOWN LOTS! Residential Lota, in "CT and "F," Apply t�> H. MACBETH � Blocks From Uic ledger Hoadttutster Teller imports that lie has superintended Mio laying of M miles of 80-|m>uim1 stool on the Uiow lino this season bulwevn Muck'id hikI bllko to date, null there in imv ieit only tin tulles of the. o'd l-itf-hi rails between those two points tv lie V iviiiomxI. The tracklayers' urc now west of Cruubrook laying about one mile |N!i- Ony of the heavy steel, and in u short lime nil the r(lils on tha Crow's Nest line will \n> 80-pound nun. Ry way of rosiiyng Mr. 'IVIfor ih now looking after t>bc the opor  uting of three steam i-hosols, one at Morrissey, one ut Michel, and one near Macleonl, all engaged In loading gravel for ballaai .along the tine. #t i* rumored that u eertuin married man who hud iuvc�uricnre upon nwiny other pay night* inert n1"1 gone, rbnrlntl*d to give her husband of the devious gate habit nn ex|>er -ioiuv which would lead him to I111  prove his guit. : !>nme minor add� *est to this unvarnished late by retailing I hut thin mtich-trouhird wo -m�n arrayed herself in black tights trimmed in rod ring", long pointed MllpHTN itirnntl up at the toe*, decorated her face after the fashion of nn Indian, warrior, let hor long black hair fall loosely over her bate shoulder*, and as the limrtter-Jninted hubby staggered Into the room, she mvW m a voice full of smoke and sulphur: "Conw in here you brute, I'm � she devll-" Imagine tier surprlHC when ho stag-gorad up to her. rwichcd his hand and stammcrfd: "Ish tat so? 8h�W� ol* -girt, I'm your, �bro-ther-ln-l �w ; niy wife ynr sister." lAnt Kttturday afternoon at abo A p. in. a man by the nativ of Menurtic, a HUfWiMi,. wtio n �'� pany with !ier '.'ompan.vN .i� man was taken :o itie '.. �i ital and l>r. Higglni ussl�t�.d by I'r. lion m-ll, took the h* >([ a>...... ih.-!.ne. live Lone of t��> �.�sf w�"� '�� fiftej-n or twenty j>l�rrs. Jinil.v Ser*teiK-Ma^-- � I"' a in. it in mm lnt;li .ii.i |i. in PuilK'r Nun liKhein .. Ihctjr. A km! st aici stim:s riiritni I AiiKlit'Uli | Huv. .1- S. fhi vers, A.K.I Hev. David Aitnts. II. A . M�Uii* at 11 a. m Kundny Si-hooi �t :i . in. Si' M.UIV'S MISSION (No a.) f*nt..1ay Seliool ut JI.ihi |i m. Kvensong at "1.110 p. in. WKHI.KV MICiilODIMT (lll'ltt'll. Hey. .I. P.. llugliKon, II.a., Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 n in. and 7.JI0 p. in. Sunday School and Illlilo (Muhk at it p. in. Prayer Meeting. \V.ilnt H.tiO pm KNOX CIU'IICH (Presbyterian.) Hcv. a. M. Oopdon. Miivb�ter. Mun-lny Sorviues at 11.00 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at J1.00 p. in. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening nit 8.OH o'clock. \ uicuituNb: hat (Prom the News.) j The Century MeihodiNt Church was i sii|ierbly thodlKt W.stnon Hoard i�i Uw station of t'henti. China IIOIIX. \br.\ltTI'.ll-.\t Medicini Hat. on Milng fatally Inured on Monday lavt. It scotun that � numlvr of i4te stwepm.-n in thai district were shipping wool on t*ie aid -ing there, wlien an tiigl-ne and several cars Iwcktvl down arxl rftunUtd into their ear without warning. Mr. Willu wa� thrown between t*�e ralli* unil sewral cars pas�erinU*nd ' 0r arc about to complete nagoliAt -i ions for the purchase of the (}-al  luiilth property ndjclinlng their prop erty on the north. Ttte grouixl was ; owned by II. .1. Oalliraith, vho, K | is reported, rooli/vs n nent sum for holdings, were viewing the attract Ions, and putroni/ing the stoics of l^eihhr.ilKe on Friday. Mrs. Herbert Ards and child arc ex-peeled to arrive .shortly from Dublin, Ireland, to Join Mr. Ards, who hus-beon stationed In the CP.II. employ i here. Mr his rni'pcnicru kit, alter nerving some time under Foreman Mct'aifrey, of the bridge crew-, und has entered the L'.I'.R truln hi'ivlcc under the tuition of Conductor Harvey, (live us a "high-linll" when passing through, Kcnnie. Among Ihostt viHillng Ijetbhiidgi. dining the week were: Mrs. I�' K. Hinds, Mr. nml Mrs. I). MvCulYrey, Mr. und Mrs. N. Mcleod, Messrs. I). Haley. D. Mcleod, It. MurMilluti. The monthly pay cheques, arriving this week, gladdened the hearts of the little bund of CP.II. employee* ut St. Mary's. The IiIk rain and hail stoitn which centred about l*-thbrldgc this* week, ignored this locality and no rain hu* fallen here for nearly three weeks. Frequent, though distunt, thunderstorms are audible from different parlH upon the prairie of late. P.flortH of neighbor McNubb at the IIIIOKi: TIIK QOAIIAVii.VF, Dlsre^nwl of Diphtheria Regulation* of Diphtheria Make Tfouldi- (Pronk Paper.) A conflict of Judgment lot ween �nodical men and the const:>tiiw0n�l contempt of the average tnopl�l for THE HELD Of SPORT. The Crow's Nest League has sub miWcd a prolwalUoti to the C-entrul executive to bho effect thai if wto winning beam In their league would lw allowed to enter in the wini-ilnnlN of the association matches, they woul'U enter into the association. 'Mils has Iwo agreed to by Uic executive, �o the Lothbridgc district can also be u'.UKvl to the list. T)�e same proixisltion baa been umde to the Calgary league, and It Is cxpectod that they will also enter on these terms. Atte.r "the ft in t nefies of gau�e�U�.'o Seen played the districts will play oft bh followti:- Vi'tnner* of Eastern and .Vortliern dl�tri:tn. Winners of lu�d D/-er and Noi'lihern difltricu. Wlnnen; of l4>thbrldge and Calgary districts. This will leave three U^atns In foi the finals, n>nd the ehatnpioha of Al-IxM'ta should ea-sily bt? del. rmimxl tjy the end of thv season. The of counUng axioirtwl by the association is:-A win will count, two t>olnts ar*d a draw one. This will obvlat* ttm necessity of playing off � lurg� tiumlur of ties. Hie programme of s|torts for the  U'lWtridge exhibition, August 111 ni>.l 17 has Im�o*i airan^el ok follows: lilies Relay Itaee, open lo ladies who luive rkklen In n rme. lUice i horses barrel. 1m �|nq. and �T."i., :jnl SS.'i. Km ranee �10. , Ixi^Hcs Relay Race, oin-n lo in'liei* ' or misses who have never ridden in AND BUGCI Just Received Three Carloads. Come Erly and get First choke. I ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. j �!. \V. McNitot,, Oonernl Manager, Lcthbridgo, Alto, i Now occupy Acliniw Lumber Co, Old stand-Bound StKet , . . . ..........1 ~ �T �>v.�Hv Mui'imi ior I.......... nave never rumen n iillHatlon of pointoen nnd wheal on (>,e regulations 4hat are proviAxl bv!� r*co 1m�AO snd *:n lis rivemide land appear about tol.i,,, !,,............,, . ' a-,, sir his riverside land appear about be rewarded with a thrifty crop. TAUKK. 1'oi'ivspon.lent of the llrakl One of the most enjoyable days yet pxpcrlenred nt Tal�er was the 111 of July. "Pioneer Day" Tw�-nty-fotir heavy shots were fired between th.' hours of �) and 8 a. m. At O.flO tin big parade was formed and marched to .lohnson Street and back lo the Public Square, led by I ho Taber HraaH Hand, while "Sousa's Oriental Hand" brought up tho rear. The Float representing l.'tnh the law for the protection of thel**1 public in ease* of Infectious cKacaws '":"a" ,U,,ny l,niv' ,Ht *it5' was tho catiKc of a lot of trouble last wcv'k; resulting in one doctor i V' ('- rm0*- ,Hl M5> *|!V lielng fined and two othr (M>oplc | J mi,e dfu*1' hor!,M, bein� arrwtod for vlolauirtg the l*�'w->9,�|j �fto qimrontine regulations. j Uw 8. r�"*' � ,n'',( A man namwl Thorpe who km ^ >u ��� �"�*r; ponies Maying at one of the hotels l� Prank l""^ lst 11 �10 wax taken .tick ami Dr. Malcolnwon was callod in to attend him. _ Dr. Motcolmson diagnosed the vane as diphtheria, and as Is customary in such cukcn, |ic took a ipwab and sent ! ii to Hegina for e%am4natlcj> by in,. | govei-nnient 1-actorioloHlKt. In tliv Und l.vt dunce. On each side of the Holly River, u Kplondid grade or dngway has been made by the llendmask Co. leading down to the ferry, which will le in operation on Monday the :t0th )n�t.' and exoiirsioiiists run ride down to the river bunk, embark and be snfel> landed on the other side. Various improvements an- golnu 1 on. Jus. Shirts new dwelling is near - ' ing completion. 1 On I be eve of Aug. 0. there will; be un lee cream social und eiitort.tln mem. The cash results to be us-d In the Interest of tho Presbyterian church. The ui'iitlicr Is warm, and for shooting, the "is it hot enough en ough for you" find the mmnoii is open The kick or. knocker, und baekbiter may also l�> baggeil on sight. C. a. Merkley is in from Otto. Wyoming. He says there is no oilier place Just like Southern Allen i. The Kuslein Townships Hank i" open and doing a good business. S. .1. Wing, weed .inspector fortius district, is stiring up the farmers to the fact that they must ilistro.v all obnoxious growths iituiiedntely. t'nruly cattle and unreylstered dogs still have the freedom of all the streets, alleys, puldlc squares, awn lies und boulevards of Taber. Overseer Prolieri is at Winnipeg on business. Miss Lyl Taylor, one of Taker's school teachers. Is back from, where she has lievn visiting with Mrs. Dr. Campbell. All is harmony ut the s-wrul coul mines. A. O. Rich is down from Magruth sniitlng the pure ulr and lukiog on a good spirit. iln his room. Pending the advice i� ! wire from Hegina, the qiiarant'inc' was supposr�l, under Die regulations, to by strictly obsvrxxvl, tnit Dr. Itrandon visittni th? pat-ien'- and told him his altliction wius m>th!ng mor,. lerious than sore thros�t. The iv^uli. of this was that several people visited tho in his room and l�>-corue c\pos�heria sure enough. At that time Dr. Malcolmson took the nec�*s putiont was pro|ierly �|Uaraniitvi and ho roniainsl in his room several days, but one morning. company with one Yoiiin^. he (piioely nuvdo his esen|h> and the train fvr the west. Wb�n it was U\irm�d that Thorp the notified anl on the arrival of \h. train there the men werv urn^tcsl nnd placol m �.,liitloti at tbtvt pi^rtv An information was also lard *jt'|nt tittm Dr Itruivlnti atxl ho was fln�Ni So and costh by Mttglstral.- DtMiey j mile running race, hor.i.'. U-st 1! in 3 lioats. 1m SU��. '2nd *r�o. Hwddle nnd mount rooe. 1st fs.v 2nd ll*�' Two-year-old tnd or |>a�^'. 1st. Sm� Snd $40, 3rd SSo. ;| minute trot or puce. 1st S7.Y 2nd 93&. :tnl $23. ; mile daMh. 1st f 7A, Sud �.'0. |*-thbiMgc U.rby 1| mllea. 1st $200, Snd *7C�. :tr,l S35. Hotel Kee|m>r�* Purse. tr�Q tor all. irot or pace. Open for horaos eligi-t,le for 2.:i0 or letter 1�t Si25 'JikI �7.'., ard S�0. Puitncis' race, l $10. Pour to enter and three to start ;n Kntries 10 |*r cent of purse tioo. Ilouk and h!s tndiun Warriors will ngaAn 1�r a feature. To the U>st deeoratod Indian ami hors�'K. $r. oach. To the .1 l^ut divoraloJ In dian Women with horse nml trav.iis. $_> each. Great Northern Ry. EASE ELEGANCE EXCELLENCE In cvtty department of Great Northern Trains ThT.V anil* from StMittlo for the Orient. .Tnly 25 waggon. TELEPHONE NO. 1 - FOtt ALL 0�~ Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIBON While no spread of the dlso**,. ha* ! Detoit.WiH.. duly 17-The nowlly ) of a religious addrx-ss butwoeu inn-1 lugs at a Sunday baset-�ll game ws given to a big HeloH crows! on ar- ....._____ .jpisco1 church, one of the fashionable congregations of tiie city, preaehod on the diamond. The wemion was given the nx|ii�^t ro( flty Ij>a^uo Two gameH were schedule..!, and when the first wan over Dr. Cnrdcn "T*"ti n was leurntHt that i ....."�-�i-i�n gam,. rp and lining had left together i *" K'VWl to * blK lMoi,t cro*H| on uiithoriti.s nt CranhrooJv were ' S,,nke for seven-teen nunutea. Using the fourth The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proerietor Kvcry ntti'iilion ^ivt-n tlto tnivfllinK public Fet-d Stulilf in fonmftioii Tclopliono 47 Lundui'ckiTfl' and Rttnchfr's Ht'�(lo,nnrtprB RAXES, $1.00 PE1R DAY dlsregars shown (or tho health regit . I n"nutOH� w�init t*�? fourth com-l*tions. the fart do,-s not lease, n,,.! "wn,,"'*nl for u'Kt- "ltenw>m�K.r seriousness ,f t�r. offin^c. and u |HJ,h* Sahbtt,*� th*; to kc�>p it. holy." lik.J.v ti,. ,�, uicn now i,oi.i :'n>0 tact t,MU �� h*d.been �r H'Verul years, im. ertlho-l that he would s|atit runxl.' Why not g.u (l |>aiJ>aSe of these tab  lets ard p't well ond Hta,v well? Price 2* cents Humpies fre. For j ,if1..r d.sei��.,ng public morals. Mr sale by all 'li'H.'K'^*' Cardeti said poor men should Ih- > careful to keep the law, us Hieir �MKSSFNill'.ll" STOIHP.s violations made it easier for Hie wealthy classes to violate tho law Storiis. dlu-.uaiions *uxl unc,Hloivi and do damage greater than vhopixvr are peeltaps ib.- main features (,( a' men could do. traction in Tim- Northern M�>^tivge>- - o- � FOK THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE | HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Rut the The farmers have Utile else these days but to watch the crops ST. MVUVS. C. p. R telegraphers. Kills and Dunnigan, of the Lethbridge depot staff, visited St. Mary's on Saturday. Mr. W. II. Olver Journeyed to Ixdh-bridge on a lardor-roplenishing ex -pi'dltion on Wcdiiosduy. Mrs. F. K. Hiuds und daughter. Ileutrico. returned to Ryan. II.C, on Thursduy. Clerk Sage, of the C.P.R. lethbridge. visited St. Mury's friends on Wednesday. Miss McNubb was returning calls among her many lethbridge friends this week. Mr. W. Wcatherby and son Kennath storiet. ai'o so carefully cho-. lo do i en tk'iat t.|iey exercise a wwtvt inrtu i once i, ,hL. Uu^ 0( ,m yo,n(f i^'n t'h.-iv a"" s|s->cial doparUiUM�ir ' devoted t,, T,.in|H-runw, the Sunday I School, the |.iitie People and the llont.' "AD FATALITY. (t'lari'Mhn)iii llevien. i On Sutuivkay. jum Mr. tier, ">� 'eft Clarenho),,, {,r ho,IK. i- a lew i C. C. RICHARDS 4 CO. K�r Silrs-I havo uaod MINAltD S 1J.V1MBNT In my stable for o�w � year and consider it the very best for home lleUt I can get and sic nx-ly reeoauuend it. C.RO. 1101 Oil. Livery SWables, Quebec. of Uto papi i* so popular that i unit's to t4ie nonhw.tit of town, a van umnlier of Sunday School* in j teaming H load of lojs. Th� hoi so Cana�lu und the I'niLsl Stat.ti .ire Lrrivetl homo without th^r drlvx-r, : uslnw it lo great. O'dvantage. insuring J and upon inventigation the ljctly a mnr.i regular a>'tendance. l�Hiid'-H j the unfortunate man was found up extending ih.-ir influence for gv-od ml on tbe roal �tho houies u|i>r than formerly, cmj has It is understood that the estate ol, . _,.....-......... ..... ��� n* thellute T. CI. Rlackstock of Toronto j-heen en'argi^d and otherwise impr iv-| trill not reach as high a figure as cs- ed. timated by the general public. Rome j years ago lllackutock was worth IH.-1 The intense Itching characteristic 000,000. As his affairs stand now ; of mil rheum and pwema Is instant- - his assets will likely amount to l�-j l.v allayetl by applyinff t-hantf-erlainN \ stl|>Btlon. sour silomaeh, l�l�lousnosR tween $700,0CKi and $1,000,000. The, Salve. As a cure for uMn diseases i barf breath, muddy compioxlon. etc widow lias a million dollars In |it| from the l>esl Kronera tit home nntl ti broad. M. EfROY Wliule�4le \,rn\t\ iii WINP..1-'. LTQUOeSmdCIOARf. � r vi. "~"l.eilil>rlUgrt. Alia. ��� ����� How is Your Watch Rimningf Is it always fast or slow ? Sever quite on time? Per-lmi>� watch is capable of very accurate mulling, hut it >� Rot in perfect order. Yon know the tiny mechanism of n watch absolutely demands that each  of the dozens of little parts J -springs, wheels, jewels, ,.tt. -be just right, or good  timing is ont of the question ^ I Watch I Repairing Always has lieen a hobby of ours, U> do the liest work poasiblo. iiW. J. Armstrong! t , OPTICIAN. ;