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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 N. L. Stcpixm Mitt ft*tmfcrf When you oome to th� Me-tropolla stay at the Hotel 1 $1.00 per day | Opposite C. P. R. Depot IStephens * Itnckeiitlnrf E Proprietor # Calgary, Alberta | NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken Frpjw Southern Albetta Papers cr In Ihe day by Mr. John Nulilu, I village und others were preparing 1ricun foul A Coke company gave a long 'term lease on the Sanitarium spring ! property to It. Sleeves, who will j immediately I ogin erection of splen  I did now sanitarium building und : when the plans are curried out ' Frank will be able to boast i�l a> line a watering resort us tiny in Cun greed location. On being lifted, J In it hulf hour before lime, nnd I. i lilooij gushed from his ears un\ili-d I y the Medicine Hut ' i. � i I'.! .n favor of the Chapjiit. i>>ir '.. ,. MAHY'H. 'Hliv lhnt "oy d.-hri _._- I son, both exp'/ft i'� :. f1-mm. � to. II. Aids, Mrs. It. McCaffrey, Mrs. S. 'two of Calgary's .ri-i WKGONS AND finally decide about the new build ing. Mr. W. Hladsione, the obtest old!"10 ,,t',,sl',,> �f her son. timer in the- district, walked in from' " � the Mountain Mill W.dn sday last ' BT. to tte present ut the ricopt on to the Juat Received Three Carloads. Erly and get First choke. Come ii fd Mcleod, Mrs. .lessen, Mrs. W. Wea-j for these reasons thev �* ;t> �vnod. therby. Miss Melnl.vte, Miss McNab, (The defeated are ynying, ".fmt ve.il Messrs. A. Mr Nab, II. McNab, Arils. II. Hose, D..I. McUn.d, N l.eod. Miss Mclntyre of t'oleman, It ( is thi! guest of MJss McXab II. Mc till next time." Weather hot. Harvesting'end lining going on at full blast. W. W. Douglas, merchant ,.n 1 i.r, itohertson was sum iiMjited and dre.-sd the wound. Wli I. onllnnrily a S'J would not bn expected to make a serious wound, it is too early to determ nc jttst what it ma.s In? hi this case, owing to the ragged nut tin* of the wotuul nnd the shattering of the bullet, increasing the A.nger of InH.im.iu.tlon. Hinrart j ^r'|1MH', on lf)Cl| lrPstlr,u||1 ,,istricts, and when Ktrnonl to all the principal placs tlcorg� ||,.ss tlnlshod u a�M)0 bushel; ,, sni(, ,,( llVorngi> -�l feet in height. ,,f lu'erest, including the new f. rr., granary |ust week, and hopen to  a,,,;k lrnl|18 ulv Uv',,,;ng u, �,,, Hpam.ing tho river. along the t'row. nnd fast, scheduled runs, the trainmen's Joy are now the Mrs. .lessen, of Hnrlem. Mont , is a dying trip to Calgary, visiting hi Mr. and Mrs. I�. Mct'uf- w- Uttssell is home from hbi ,'ivy'A, trip lo Calgary and Edmoiito*. Mrs. II. Aids ami dmi.^lit r arrived ' Milton Scott and family pulled in on Wednesday from Ir, lntd, Mr. Ards "'Kht from the heart of the accompanying from Medicine Hat. Hoekles. He says they regaled on MriT Ards reports n ploitstint trip n- l',SM- ""td they, ceased to |.e a lux-cross the Atlantic, nnd the prairies �ry nnd breathed the free)air until ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. 1. W. McNuvtii,, (ItMicrnl Mnnnycr, Lothbridfje, Alto. Now occupy Ailimis Lumber C!o, * Old stniMl-Bound Street frotn the Ktuerald Isle, und is do lighted with Cnmidu. The energies of the bridge crew nr.. now divided upon work being per- l-eth - bridge, later nnd Chin depots. Harvesting as the 4 ihey were almost as airy birds among the pirns tleo. Houglin is putt ing'in a fottn-( dution for a large husimss block close to his store. Itepfesentutive Simmons was here |)r. Aikens, lute of Ijing, Husk, has been appointed physician fur tlt�' Workman's Association at l.un I  _____ tireck and arrived a few days ago ----*--~ im He is now looking uround for ~ suit **ft^**^*��4^*M*�$ , lU,,e site on which to build a hospital. I TOWN LOTS MCDH'INi: HAT. % Resiiloiitiul Lots in Blocks uvid dones. II. A , ,V-ii.Ma\l Matins at 11.00 a. m. Suwlay School at ami p. m. Kvmong �t 7.!I0. ColPbration of Holy Communion:-j Simmons last full, and who has been riding (or lleiJry Hobnon for the last si months, wus drowned in the river on Tuesday afternoon while assisting in swimming u hunch of 00 horses u eross at thu I'nlico Point. The Medicine Hat Itanch Cotnpanv Itus sold out its land to Messrs. and Hill, of Dartmouth. l�l Sunday in tlte mouth, 8 a. m. (I'lsin), and 11 a. m. (Choral ) itisl Sunday after Mutius. Other Sundays at 8!10 a.m. ' Novu Scotia, and having sold the 'land will probably sell the stock und ' retire from the bimlncs*. The land holdings are composed of Daily Mulins nnd Kvensong ut � !Vi ,;ooo acres of thu finest land in Ill's a.m. und 7.110 p. in. ST MAKYS MISSION (No. �.) Siu.day School at Jl.tiO p. in F.vensong at i.iio p. m. jiart of the country, it having ben selected years a;}" befeen picked over. Almost any portion of it Is fit for cultivation. WKHI.KY MKTHOD1ST CIHRCH Itev. .1. K. Ilughson. II.A.. Pastor. Sunday wrvices nt ll.'�0 �. m. ami 7.HO p. in. Sunday School und Itible Class at .'1 p. m. I'royer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p.m. i:pworth league, n+lays, n>t H.O/) p.m.' PINCHUIt CHKKK. (From the Kcho.) I. nc- KNOX CIICUCH. (ProKbylerian.) Itev. A. M. Cioi^don, Minister. aui�:lay Services nt 11.00 a. in. and 7..'W p. an. Sunday School at H.00 p. nt. I*raycr Meoting every W'odnesday ev*nin� at 80f� o'clock. The nine-year old son of Mr. Cyr met with a rather serious cldent last Sunday. He watt rid it^ a horse when tho saddle turned and his foot caught in the stirrup and he. was dragged some distance, the horse kicking him. When picked tilt it viis found that his jaw und ml lurbone were broken Isssides I pi Hi severely bruised. He wus brought to town und Dr. Turcot set the fractures and he is now well on 'he way towards recovery. l�ast week one of tlte eldest buildings in town was pulled to clear the site for the new building to ho erected by the Cnion Hank of Cunuda. The binding was tin �'d log stable opposite the Ivln.? I'd -ward hotel. It was built by .1. Con and! nelly in 188ft for a stable in connection with the Alberta llnt'd and have enough Alberta lied wheat, to | fill it. Two months imo (leorge s.tiil he would huve half � crop, and if he ' ,r,|c,.. gels noon bushel* off eighty tier, s he will haw rully a half crop, ull right �m. r. Stirling hns r.coived the appnintitumt of sub ugent for Do- Mr. .lames Tnlbert has shipped his poultry and cow lo the purchaser. MACI.KOD. (From the Advance.) T. K. Hinds, It.sun. II.C. Senator DvVelior, Mrs. De'eber 1,10 und sou Ijcvy, arrived yesterday itml I in i' clunir oi his m lk-|�ui| is u i .,�.{,,,  .,,, ...i minion bm.ls. for the Nunt,,,, ag.'.irv ,ol.fc;., hp,,., utornmg iron, U-thbrldge. The Sen- nnd ivcelvrd the necessary booVs and simiiv papers Saturday. He "as secured an ylirx �K"' Arms rung., c|ol|, T. olllce over S ing store. , wfeU A. D. Meui'ham has set A|,0ut C.OOn |>ir| ntor went north to join tho U* �"�. the work to be com and 2000* usli. lis inn] mudc a growth of 2H inches May 1st ,,., �.,,..,!' , '"',Pn t " �'� invent, the work to be com *> a MOIM" I he w..t,.r-l.nrrels on the vast s-i- IlU.,P(, ,nis romi|,K fa, N>u vejJ. j$ lies' sd'T.V' I".' '' n"1XV,,>' '�r " *��*T>-���c�� *�rr�m. a second 1 % s.nce>vhu.h xMs ,nCH||)v , nolM, WPftnta Mni| poi.hu|is a ihlnl >ioivv XSXBXSXS>rrS , Idled this wi SUc MACLEOD. (From I he Advuiiiv.) may nddeil. Married at the rc-iidenc' of the is an important oil", and rei|tiire dride's mother, Mrs. .1. II. Stor\ton, an engine nnd several employees in >SHrrl street, on Wjtdticftduy, Aug. i, its performance. Itapid evuporat on .nt i p.m.. Mr. Seward Oskln M Her. of wiiDT from prob>ng�l'wsirm wet to .Miss Wllsle II. Dohorly. both of ther necessitates fre.pient repel it ion- ; Mitclcod. The ceremony wus formed by the Itev. A. W per  Itussell. I'li'sbyterlau minister. t^AltDSTO.V. (From ihe Star.) of the work , The cosino|h>litnn composition of I. Itrii.-n. formerly pro|.ri.-tur of|,,,,s liMl" commttniiy is most pro', the Auditorium Hotel, X�,.t n. ,,.., nounce.l, including, as it does, III,-with u very s.r.oiis ucclUeni ye.ter  , ''"nudiun. AiiHTie.ni. Finish Iri-h day. While driving a hay rule la St�t�h. Norwegian. Swedish. Hun had the misfortune of ha ing hi.- Hitriun. Onliciuu und Indian, und u team run away throwing t.....,n und mo"K *ho�" w" "s n �>0>"i�t'�� St'h" Vl'ls,'n- formerly havingchurge , running m,.r him. He has been re j-'""'""t. the canny Set. Withi'�Hici.,i, and iriends w"ht-tn outpost �'� fiend William Pratt of Mt. The Hub. child of Sh-riff Camp- ""tth'Mmk.-s ate app irently mutt X "'w Was '� town on Monday Willie 1*11 hud , ,arrow escape from an nc-'"r,""i in ��" * lenity. �ur section- hits recently ivturnwl from F.ngland oremnn having r close ((tiarters on the slope of a rail-w..y emt.iiniiu nt. c nee led lene.tti weeds. AgiU. |,a| s by Holm |�er -niiltid his nurri.ul.v e>.eapiug the deadly fungs (�f the persistent c,\t- ler. whicji p,.|i..,i diy �.I'r.iitg at him camp efore it c.uld le slain Foreman i'�'nt Ards. win, hud the ple.isniv of pass .1 -FOR ALL KIN 1)8 OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc, PICHE & MIRON cident on Tu> sdu.v evening. In so'tu ; wuy he cliiiilssl into thn buggy, ui.d started the horse off. Th.. nnimul hud ucipiireU u good deul of s|ks-iI, wh ! Itev. I-:. Kettlys. the m sslon.try h. child's danger, nnd at consider ib'e risk, caught the homo. When .v horse stop|M-d, the 1 Hie fellow s.il.l Did t I have a nice ride?" iti.AiHMom:. I From the Tini^.) (Nonstable Fred Clurk, who live at the good town of Mt. View. 'We had a pleusunt little interview Willi Mr. \. fazier lust Sunday af lei-noon. Mr. Cuzier says that h's camp Is located about five m les east it Maple Creek. The,v ulso have n twenty utiles west of that They huve some 22 ritilcs of ruilroadiug to do and they are link. The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Ivvi'ty **,1i tnivi'llinfi public Feotl SUlili- in �mirm.h'liini Tolophone 47 Luii'Dsi'i-fci'i-s' an>] Kiuicltfr's nt>ii(li|ttnrtors RATES, $1.0p PER DAY In ng on u haml cur n\er a do/ingrut- '"K lhv ,,irl nV- At present the\ Her. the same day. and stopped hi- m�ve 118 teams at work but it is e�r for uecos-ui-y w..rk lo t.. |�>r pr-tty hard to keep men owing to been long in charge ol the Coleitun | formed. Messrs Holm und Ards are the excessive heat. Flies are said to station. left on Wedoesduy displaylnK the r.titbsio would Is pri�tl.v trouMesoiue down thvr.'. Macleod. C0nsl*'�ie Mibs, form;.-- | iiedestriaus. who are cautioned to Speaking of t^ie country, Mr. Cazier ly stationed in ihe Puss, will t*V . ^-oiii, ,|,rl',K, tlu.ir iiiii.iulei i,^s. the -"''L '"''he �h?st grain I huve Mr. Clark\ place at Colejimn. Charles ('hesind. lately stiperin tendant of the Hillcre�t mines, tt j (nto �. hlK.iln�. fung-d. .,......,, IH-cts to leave shortly tor the Hlg I olongaMI s,.lral. from which Is ,,,, eet.-d the death potion. FOK THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDCE STOP AT THE oippcs.-illy inanimate bunch of :.,c i �us. which is likely to rapidly evolve rattling. Horn Husin, in Wyoming, �,�Ucce|>t | a position with S. W. Uebo, who is J opening a coal property ih,.re. i It. St coves, of the lm|ieriul hotel, at Frunk, hu� secured u long lease front the Canadian-Aiuerirun Coal ; Co. of the sitlphiir springs property , below town. Mr. Sleeves wilt at . once rommeitce tho erection of u| large und TallMB Fr�m Our Own CtTriv-|.,,adw�t. Tliis has lieen one oi Taln-r's taisv e-l weeks, especially in amiiseirent > on Monduy at .'� p.m. the l>tln.. el^e coiiiniod ous s.m tarliini basebu'l team im t th.dr Port Ar hotel on tho properly. unl| has en  � thur" nt the hunds of the To.'e. K�B�'d Architect McDonald, of U'lh I "IMowhard" to the tune ol 11 to 7. bridge, to draw �P tho plans. The, 'he U'lhbrldge "Duvid" 0i;e.| II. old buildim/k if''  �h- torn down ! did some good throwing, but fuil-d and the new hotel will trt> erected on i to overthrow any of the Taber se.�it j | anywhere is In the Curdslon Uistiici j If 1 wanted to furm I would notlook elsvwlieiv. I am going out to see my crop and I am told that, every thing is looking line o-i farm, .lust tell them for ma that the lest � agricultural luud in Alberta or in Saskatchewan is in the Curds ton ' Dislritt. HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS PHAISP. IO|t A. It * I. We have beard more than one good compliment for Mr. Naismith audi the A. It. A I. C��. for the interest  they aiv taking in the settlement u long the line of their rail wuy und right here it limy not be amiss to say that the passenger service here the north side of the truck and the ; foliatlis. The Tuber buys feel lifted is away ahead of previous years and ground* around it planted and lean tided us a park. CI.AIH'.SHOI.M tip und have concluded that u>>th it; .steadily improving all the tim.t. i can stand up against them, but a'Company have a large force of uieu well developed cyclone. j on the line engaged, under the illtiv- Tiiosdny nlsht ut el.jht o'.loOi NOTICE TO IKIDITOKS. Ill tile iiiiill.r ol Ihe e-tale  lob Heed, tale ol I j-l hl.i nb'.e. llt�> I'roVlh.e ol tll'lTt.l, r.illrlliT. l-�*lfi(ll Pnrsuaiil lo the order m Hie IIAPTIST TAUICRNACI.K Itec. C. Padley, Pastor. Sitt�:luy Services at 11 00 a. in 7.80 p. m. Sumln.v School nf 8.00 p. m. has been used over since for that Prayer meeting Wednesday evin'ng j purpose, though by differ nt proprie-�t 8.0ft o'ejock. tors. The lute Chns. Peehe run it Sewing Circle Wednesday afternoon | for several years nnd afterwards F at H.00 o'clock. j Lynch occupied it. In 1888 Mr. II. MUalonary meotings 1st ami ftrd | K. Hyde bought the properly and he Fridays In month. ihas been the owner until last fall. | when he sold it to the I'n'on Hunk. Wo understand thut a couple of Hie officials of the Hank will be here within the next few days and w 1' A Calgary detective visited thebake oveni recently and seized Stt loaves for tolng underweight. From the Iteview The P. It. like tnt. riSt of the world, are becoming cogni/.unt of the fact that Cla.esl.olm eannot I* held '^"-V'd: afior which ice cream under and coie'e.piootly itiranie - ; ments ure being made to give us the accommodation* our due. This week i a gang of men are tearing up and ' prucCeully rebuilding the depot. New und larger freight sheds, an en 'urged waiting room and more complete dwelling rooms urP uppar.ntl.x part of tho plan. Por the P�Kt week. sir. I'ero Huchauun, formerly of licit. Mont , hus been lying �t death's door as ; the r.�sult of tin accident. Ve.teiduy afternoon Pr. Sleeves WuR able to give the unxi""8 friends nnd he ut-broken mother sonio sligln hope of bis ultimate recovery. o� Tuesdu.v Inst, ^fr. Iliirhanan was 'dlnif t his ranch some miles east of town, when his liorce stepped into a poRt hole. Mr. Iluehannn vas found l*t lolly crowd gatlicnd under the dor'-of the Tulter opera house, -Al.�r� an  �xcdleiit mixed entert limit' lit -Ms ml cuke went uround among th ii�it on tne truck, tJm cars were stopped tad reversed as soon us possible; but ihe imn.v wheel struck him. ctilt m us Ib'ii tiou of Mr. Seaman, in putting the. * ourablc Mi .lust ice Ibu'.-.t. 'I'1"1 Hack in first class hlwpe From y.'.lh ila.t oi .Inly. A H I'.""'' Curdslon i.i Spring Poulee the road, TAKK Ntil.M'li ilu.i all i"-'-'--bed is in perfect trim and "Itol.bie" bating iiann- .o:""'i tin neck slightly and tearing i.ne � �ihoes, the cow catcher pusstil his body. (Ireat excitein-nt pr-v..tied and all thought that the men �'.i|iii.red lo -end l.o ilieun | dersi^ueil, oil ol fcel'ole (In- l/illl d.l.v if Kepte!l|l,el , \ |l . I'.UMi. .1 -tat'' tlieiil ii| silCll iailil, loj'.el/ier llllll the uutuie 01 the -' hi ill (il aii.v ) belli III III.'Ill -in II i'I.iiiii .mil -lille rin'iif i.i )�� ilnl.i larifted by slat utoi'.\ (te.laial ion AND FOKTHUITH r \KI: Vol' Ml- that alter the said l.'oli day of September. \ I).. J'.luii. ih.' ailuiiir  slttiirjx nl the said i-late mil I i' f lit- good digestion when Hi� bowvl- me ul lilll.|.ly ((| ,|isl ribute th,. ,i>.*els of ov.m- constipatisf. Afr Chus. Ilulliiiii "( Mbe said estate or am part thereof F/dwardsville, III. says I "��'��'�: aimong Hi., parties ent it led thereto, from chronic rnm.tiput.on and stout p.aving regard only to the claims ,f ach tumbles for wveral years, llll. ,j,ich she shall then bate notice, thatil.s to Cliamberlain'M S'toltwcli I and Liter Why not g�d a package of these 'tali - � j) tpoo lets aiHl 8-t well and atay well? , SIMMONS A l�R\NI-V|T,  How is Your Watch Runningf Is it nlwnys fust or slow ? ' Xi*vrri|tiiieon timey Per- ] Imjm tin' tvnlclt is cajwble . bnliiU'ly ili'iiiioids that each of tlte dozens of I'tflt. parte 8piiiiK�. wlieelti, jewell, i'll- -Is- just right, or good timi/it; in out of thequeition | Watch j Repairing Alwiiys hns )>ot>ii a hobby of ouru. to do the l�>Bt work pi IBS i blf. , Dated at Curdstnti in the Province Tabiets am almosit cunvl.' 1 (lf A|tll,rl|l ,NJK o.-jti, .|;IV ,,r July A price 'J.'� cent*. Samples fr- e. -ala by all 'Irug'gints. For Advocates fur Aduiiiiistratrlx iW. J. Armstrong! * JEWELER ENGBAVER * OPTICIAN.  ;