Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
t N. L. SlcfkcM Matt Ki�k�Nprf When you cotne to the Metropolis stay at the ^sssmssssssssm I Pal ace $1.00 per day Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens * llockendorf ProptUtors Cal|^, Alberta NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken Southctn Albetta PapfTS KEAN'S THE STOKE FOF Prcth Strawkcrriet, CherriM TomiUoci, Atparaga* C�e�mbcrs Lctl�ee Oraagct Bananas Lemons MAGKATII. .>rly principal of the I'uLilic School iit Uoun-lain View drove^down wth her I'uth-Wfrom CariiHton^yesterday. She Is the KiicHt of her cbiisin, Mrs. Uenn ion. M'itis llarker will return to Caiuilding and when the plan-s nre carried out Trunk will l)� able to boast nf as line a watering resort as any in Can nada. Dr. Aikcns, lufe of I.4ing, Husk. has been appointed physician for tht .Workman's Association at Lim.l i hreck and arrived a few days ago He is now looking around for ^ suit able site on which to build a hospital. finally decide about the new build -iiig. Mr. W. filadstone, lite oldest old timer in the district. Walked in from the Mountain Mill on WL'dn-:�day l.i.st to lie present' at the rccopt on to thf inemliors of the tirg'slativo Asseiii -bly. ife Is 74 ycar.-� old and ha'e and hearty. [ er in the day by Mr. John Noble, m'Jio ivii.s to have iiu-t him at an a-: gremcd Im-inineni.. fiti Saturday ho was brought to town and is being cared for at the home of Mr. Nolde. \ tele -gram was immediately sent to his mother, but for some reason this did not reach h.r until Tiir.sduy. ' .Mrs. Buchanan nrrivfd from Beit' I Wednesday morning and the bedside of her son. IT. MAUYS. XAXTON. .Viiiongst those visiting in liridge during the week were: Mrs. H. Aids, Mrs. O. McCJaflTrey, Mrs. ,V. McIx>od, Mrs. Jossen, Mrs. W. Wea-thorb.x-. Miss Mcliilyre, Miss McNab, (From the News.) "Had" Stewart accidnlally shot i Messrs. A. Mc.Nab, ll. McNab, j Ards, 11. Hose, B.-f.'Md^eod, N. villag� and others were preparing (ed but five minutr.s �.ul moved on. Hon. Mr. Cufclim-jr slooii upon the rear pluttorm, .1 i:' >�.) I.il.cr brass band were lu'. -d in i'-..-distance. The Taljer baseball boys have ie-turned from the Hat .ind I :i.'ll i' two of Calgary's .,r'i-'� KUtvtrs ard for thesie ren.sons thov \\>\r'i ..v-.vnod. The defeated arc ?;iying, ".fu-jt v.e.it H. 'till next time." : ' Mc- AND BUGGI IS DOW at Jtist Received Three Carloait. Eriy cihd get First cMoe. MEBICINE HAT. Residential Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Rcttl Egtate aikl Insurance. dfURCH DiKEaonr. CAIHOLIC CilUKCH. Sunday Services:- Ix)w mass, 8.80 a.m.; high .iia^s, ll.W; vespers, 7.30 p. m. J>ttily Services:- Mass O.ao a.m. Father Van Tigtiem. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHUBCH. (Anglican.) Hev. .1- S. Chivers, A.K.C., Kectar. Bev. David tloncs, B. A., A.s�/Ma:it Matins at 11.00 a. iii. .'^tmflay School at 3.0O p. m. KvenKong at 7.30. Celebration of Holy Communion:- Isi Suitday ill the mon part of the country, it having beJi selected years ago tieforc the district had lieen picked over. AIniost any portion of it is fit for cultivation. prNCHEli CBEEK. WESUEV METHODIST CllUnCIl. Bev. J. E. Hughson, B.A., Pastor-Sunday services at iX.OO a. m. and 7.30 p. in. iunday School and Bible Class at 3 m. yer Meeting, Wednendays, at 8.00 p.m.' Ejiworth Ijoagiio, FWdays, n>t �.(�) KNOX qnUBCH. (Presbyterian.) Bev. A. M. Goixlon, Miwistcr.' aumday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. *ii. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. I^a.ver Meoling every Wodncsday e\>ening at 8.0Q o'clock. anri BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Heo. C. Padley, I'a�tor. Suni.iay Services atll.OO a. m. 7.80 p. m. Sunday Sclioo4 nt^ 3.00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday ovrtiing mt S.oa o'cjock. Sewing Circle Wodnesda.v afternoon at 3.00 o'clock. Misaionary nieotiiigs 1st and 3rd Fridays in month. A Calgary detective visited thebake ov�BS recently and seized 36 loaves (or Uiag uodirvolffbt. (From the Echo.) The nine-year old son of Mr. L. Cyr met with a ratbci* serious accident last Bunday. He was rid ii^ a horse when the saddle turned and his foot caught in the stirrup and ho was dragged some distance, the horse kicking him. When picked up it vns found that his jaw and col larbone were broken liesides he'im; severely bruised. He was brou.'jht to town and Dr. Turcot set the fractures and he Is now well on *he way towards recovery. . I.ASt week one of the eldest buildings in town was pulled o in this cuso, owing to the ragged nature of the wound and the shatiaring of the biillet, increasing the A-naer of inHummatiun. Stewari had h:s rifle aUmg with him to shoot gophers, and at the time of the accident was pulling wee.MCv and ivccivcd the necessary bool^s and I papers Saturday. He au� secured an ! oltlce over S. T. Arms.rong's cloth-j ing store. A. P. Meachnm has set A.I>oUt (\00n ireps on his place out enst this year Of tbi'se 2,800 ore Manitoba maples and 20O0 ash. Hs maples have made a growth of 23 inches since May 1st. Wm. White resigned the position of' |g deput.v postmaster oii .August 1st. wm. C. Stirling becoming his sue -cessor, i l>;ocl. j' Mi.ss Mclntyre of Colinian, it. *!is tln! guest of M)ss Mc.N'ab. Mt'.s. Jessrti, of Harlem, Mont., is visiting at Mr. and-Mrs. D. McCa.f-I'rey'^. Mrs.II. Ards aiid d.iUjiht r arrived on Wednesday from Ir, l.md, Mr. Ards uccomf>an.ving from Medicine Hat. MrsT Ards reports a pleasant trip a-cross the .Atlantic and the prairies fro�n the Emerald Isle, and is delighted with Canada. The energies of the bridge crow ar. Weather hot. Harvesting V.nd h .y ing going on at fidl blast. [ ('.. i W. W. Douglas, merchant ,,nli-rt> C. Millar, real estate agent, ni-.f thbritlge, Alta. Now occupy Adatiis Ltiuibor Co, ' OKI stand-Ronnd Street V WSM Oo. Hoaglin is putting'in a foiin-now divided upon work being pe,-jdation for a large business � Ijiocli formed on locjl trostlcj and I.eth - jt" store, bridge, Taler and Chin dipots. 1 IU'Pi'�'sentative. Simmons was here Harvesting is i.e|�ortcd as havin,^ , vosterday and was driven in a ne.if liogun in certain districts, ond whe.il : l' ii Stuck trains arc tc^innlng to oom n's joy are now the ordei:. -v .Mr. James Talbert has shipped his poultr.v and . cow to the purchaser, j T. K. Hind.s, Hyan, H.C, and the' spanning the river. MACLEOD.- (From the Advance.) Senator DeVeber, Mrs. De'-'elJer and son ijevy, arrived ycstei^da.*' .amiliar clang oi his ni lk-pai| is n.> morning irom Lcthbridge! The Sen-loij,r.- heard. ator went florth to join"thfe Legis- Siismy Albeitu; Who, at S�. lative party. Mrs. DeVeFer is at Mary's, would declare the aSove in- present the guest of her parents, appropriately applied, aft, r this four jjf. ^iid Mrs. J. fiyan. weeks spellof swi-lterlng weather, ; .Uensrs. Maclachlun and Lamlieri throughout which scarcely a drop o; ; will complete the first storey of the rain has fallen? \\. C. convent, the work to lie com The water-barrels on the vast �pi-[pletod this coming fall. Sext .vear. ies of C P. railway hridsjes, lor \j circumstances warrant, a second ^vhich this locality is noted, wero r.>- ,n,| perhaps a third storey may lie iilled this week. This work, which 'nddefuly 25 Mi 1-tJ ' i 1 �4 MACLEOD. ^ (From tht.>_ .Vdvanco.) J. Mruen, formerly proprietor of the .'Viiditorium Hotel, Nai.t n, mot with a very serious accident yester -da.v. While driving u hay rake ho had the misfortune of hu iiig hu-^ leant run away throwing h in oil and running over him. He has been removed to the Macleod hospital, if s condition is so serious that at present very little hope of his recovery is held by his ph.vsiciun and iricuds. The little child of Sheriff Camp -tiell had a narrow escape from an accident on Tu( sday evening. In somed, the little fellow sai,i. Did t I have a nice ride?" BLAIRMORE. (From the Time.*.) Constable Fred Clurk, who hir-been long in charge of the Coleman station, left on Wednesday f-^r Macleod. Constable Miles, forms.--ly stationed in the Pass, will ta'olilan composition oi' this little community is most pro-nounced, including, as it does, tho (Canadian, .\merican, Eiiil sh. Irish Scotch. Norwegian, Swedish, Hun garlan, Oaliciait and Indian..'ond a mong whom we nolo, as o dominating element, the canny .Scot. With such n combination, sur.ly the foun dations of a democratic Canada are lieing broadly laid in one reniot -Western outpost. Rattlesnakes are a|ip:ir.->iitly num urous in the vicinity, our .section-.'orenmn having recently killed ' tvo at 1 p.m., Mr. Reward Oskin M Uer, to Miss Wilsie H. Doherty, both of Macleod. The ceivmony was per -I formed by the Rev. K. W. Rus.sell, i Presbyterian minister. CARDSTOX. TELEPHONE MO. 1 -FOR AUi KINDS OP- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc, PICHE & MIRON (From the Star.) MiS!4 Nelson, formerly havingcharge j of the law oftlce of Simmons and Bennett, left last, week for Edmonton, where she has accepted a posit7 ion with ths Government. Our friend wiliiam Pratt of Ml.. View wa� in town on .Monday. Willie has recently returned from England where hu was compelled to rolin-ferocious throe-foot rs, (.ne of which I n'>'sl> l>'s missionary labors on ac-was' a twelve-year-old. Krireman ico���t ill health. His parents, ara now livinii at Tabcr but Will will live at the good town of Mt. View. 'Wo had a pleasant littlo interview' wit>h Mr. A. Cazier last Sunday af ternoon. Mr. Cazier says that h s i),.', camp is located about five miles cast rat-iy tier, the same d.iy, and spiral, from which is pro 'tctod the death potion. TAB! Fiam Our Own Cflrrespo�d��t. elsewhere. ] am going out to see my crop and I am told tjhat. cvery-thing is looking fine o'l '�- farm. Just tell them for me that the best .agricultural land in .Mberta or in Saskatchewan is in the Cardston' District. | FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS PRAISE FOB A. R. *1 I. This has lieen one of Tabor's Ijus-. e.st weeks, es|iccially in aiiuisi-meni-i on Monday at ii.m. the Uthi..id.:iv i Wo have heard more than one good liBseball team met their "Port Ar-|vompliment for Mr. Naismith and thur" at the hands of the To.: er j the A. R. & I. Co.. for the interii oxcillont mixeil entirtiiinm'nt "as en.ioyed; after which ice creinn i, nh is away ahead of pr%(Vious years and � ji,,. i�iovin'�^ of steadily improving all tho timo. i ' j^^scd Company have a largo force of men. , i .1 ,. J J ... ,, � Pursuant t.. tin- order oi on the line engaged, iindfr the diiw- , . , , .i tion of Mr. Seanmn, in putting the^ourable Mr. .lustic- lla.vv.v, .la.,.! track in first class .sUape. From 'he 25ih day o. .luly, Cardston to Spring T'ouleo the road ^ beil is in perfect trim and "HobbiK" ^ can turn her loos-e with Before many weeks have piis;rd entire route will have ticen cfi'Vi-i'il and the freight trains loaded vith A. I) , liHMi. TAK'E NOT.U'l-; thai nil |htso.,s having claims aKJinsI- l li'^ mLiom- i'S-imr.unit.T. j ^^^^ '�."Miii.iwl IO Ijip ' tlel-sigiied, on 'of men i lieets and grain will be abh> f i count their spwd of an.v previoiw lt seriously hurt. Friday at one th rty |i.m., was the time announced th.it tho 'I'.li s|H>cial was to arrive at Ta! ei> I'nv ing tha memliers ol the Allioijta 'og-Islatiire. WhUo the (�vei"so.ir of STOMACH TROUBLES AND C(�M STIPATIOV. No one can reasoiialtly hope for good digestion \W>ea Wiis (lowoj.s ai'o con.stipatod. Mr. Chas. IJaKlnln of I'/dwardsvillc, 111., says: "I sufforrsl from chronic coa.stipatiou and 9tom-arb 11 oiiblfs I'or sWeral .vi-ars. Mil, thanks to Cbamlwrla.ins Stonweli aitd Liver TaUiets am almost curral.' Why not g�t a pacJ(agi� ot tUem Ill'' nil-Ol- fci'icri' (111/ l.'iiii of Alberta, this 25th day of .Inly. A. D., 1900. SIJIMONS A ttRNNF.rr, 4* Advoi'alos fiir Administratrix. liHowisYour : Watch Runidngi Is It always fast or slow ? j Never �|iiiteon time? Per- \ Imps the wHlcii is capable.! oC very accurate rtinnine, J liiit it is not in perfect oi<'!. i'oii know the tiny uiechanisin of a watcli ab< solnlely demands that each;# of tlie dozens of Httie partai^K;;^ -springs, wheels, j�web,^ t^e -lie just ripht. or good ^ ti ini ng is out of the qaettionl I Watch Always has l)een a hobby of onra, to tio the best work possible. IW. J, Armstrong I ; JEWELER ENOBAVER � OPTICIAN.