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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H. L. Stephfiis Mitt Rwkeidorl |^ When you come to the Metropolis stay at the acei NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers sotrrrrniN' amjkimv. o. k. ! r^Uy �lpui:na.listrl*lea.'!e.'l With n|>tii>n ut, 'Ij,'.ithbinJrrtiiilii(ii l!.\,W.M.I>. wi.ll shcrlly lio ps-I Inlilinhci.i lit I.iiwfhrcrk. Miss. Hall, 11 |>n|iulai' iiH'riiil i-i- oi' Frirnk's public SiliDol sInlV. Is 'lwl|iiii.(r out nt till' post Dlllco, ,1. ('alms, lain a-ssislunl po."*! nui.stcr, Itaviiiff ivsi.'gh-L'd to iici'i'pt n |>i'fiiiiiiawit posMiou in tiso' lO.iiiioJilO'n olliiti'. ' Much hilanl.N' ikcmii river to gfl a drink tH'cainp oviM't'oiiic. (tril in janil took a Ualli in.sH'atl. Ilenie the I i rumor of n (liowninK. 'I'hL' local Unlgi' of l-'aglcs bavi> ! noinin-nted MIsh Anniu Lto.vd as a ;'lWo winnor in the Carnival (Jucon jcontoHfin connoctiua with tliu lOagli^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ; Cd't'brntilon nt l-'frnio. .Inly Jtril an.I '"litth. Al'iiny voli's arc, being sccurL',-1 THli STOEE FOB ! ,o, this popul�r y oung lud.v . Fresh Strawbercitii, Cherries' i-a.^t wock has ix-cn a record tor _ � ' i t''�e coal company ajt LunrH>r�!ck, the Tomatoes. Asparafas | ,,^,.,,^, ,,,,,,,, ,5, Cucttmbers Leiluce shipi-en * ivr-Aij{MoiMr.. Oranges Bananas ' Lemons MKniCIXIO MAT. Bett of Candieft ftt Right I'rices rrroui the News.) At a Vfry liM'gely att-->nerilan^illg land IJ. C!. White, reeoniniending the i f'oiintil to sii'lMiiit a 'liy-Iow to the I p?ople to authorize the guara'ntot'liif; hy tVvo city of tjvc 'boRds of tjh'L' Wool-(ni mill to the. amount of *ah,00t>. provii.'Ung Ihivl t'liere.L^i two j.ssuo.s of iKmds, OIK! issue of S10,tJ00 for ton yc'nr.s\ and one for .S15,iiO(� for twenty years, file bonils lo bo jjodeeim-.l In e'ipial annual inslialin. U'ls. llOliX. tiHANT-At Medicine, il la I. AH*rta. on Moi�!�ay, June IS, 'l'.�Oi;, to Air aiml Airs. L'. Gran!.-a daiuhler. I'OltSrEH-All Alfdiciiio Ual, AILei-ta. on the 2!*4h inst.. Airs. Frod:. tl l-'orstfr. a son. ~' l,i'ri'LF.-r-At AJeiii.ine ll�t, AHx'rta. �| on 'niurwlny. June 'ii, IVtOti, to Air. uikI Airs. James L/ittIo, a son. 1 AIAl{Ulli:U. We csii supply you wllk Saalwii Mit I l)oori�, Wiiidow and D�or Prame^ ; Office. Baak and House FiffinRg. FfNISHEU LUMP,ER & tf'llN I INGSOF ALL laNDS ! Clear and ooinmon Imnlu'r on iiuud , lif).'^S-M.yOKF,\ZilK-At St. .l.jjMiti I'reshA'leriaH t'-hurfh, Al'u-.iieiae Hat Alberta, on'thc 2'>t;h inst., by Ip'.ie Uev. J. W. ^orrow, l�a\'itl, of Hed llock Kandh, to Alaryaroi Ala*^'-ken/.ie, 'daugihl�;r of Mr. aiwl Airs. AlackeHizie, .iu. Daily Seivjces:- Ua� 1.30 a. ui. Father V*n Tighem. ST. AliaUSTlNK'y CIIUKUII. (ADglicaii) . Rev. J. S. C'lilvers. A. K. C, Rector. Rev. David Jones, II A., Assistant. Sundayii:- Matias at 11.00 �, n. Suaday School at S.UO p. u Kvensong at 7.30 p. in Celebration of H('ly Couununiun:- iRt Sunday in ihr: month, H a. in. (Plaio).^tn. (Choral).' Strt SifBday after Mat*! a. Other Sun- daye at 8.30 a.m. Daily Matini and EvtnWong at 9.30 a. .and 7.30 p.! in ' , ST. MARY'S MISSION. Suaday School at (S.OO p. m. Eveniong at 4.30 p. in. j The receivt heavy rain .siiorins hnvo , |irov'i,nt T. .1. Janiileson of I the .'Mbortn I'acific lOlevator I'om-j pany l.iiiino Epwoita League, Ffilays, at 8.00 KNOX GUURCH. (Prtsbyterlian.); lUv. A. M. (ioriiun, Minister. Suuda* Servit'ifs it JI.OO a. iu. and 7.80 p. ni. ' Sunday Scliool at 3,00 p. m. ^ Prayer Meeting enV Wt^dne-sday iveniag at 8 00 aVliik: BAPTIST T.4B1,RNACKE. , Rev. C Padley, Pastor. Sunday Seivlcfis at ll.oo a, m. and 7.HO p. ni. i Sunday Scliool at .^.M p. ni. Prayei meeting Wodnrtmlay eveaing at 8.00 o'cloclt. Sewiat Circle WeJMvday. atteinoou at f eo o'cIocIj. HlMleaary meetingr. Ut aad Srd PrUar* In iw�t^ ; % CARPSTOV. (From the Star.) A new two �tori�y"stono i building to l>c kinown as the Lay ton Hlock, will lK> ereistied rigibt away on the .�Jite sout'h of the Card.s-lon Drug Co. The e,sitiinal�l cost of ithc builfling is S;j,500, the .VIlK'i'ta Lumber Cn having tlio conitrnct. We learn with regrt of Uh^ ilcsilili o'f' Air. Tcidy llolph, who pusse.J *awa.v tli'iH nioriiiifg at I'iie hijme of Enoch .lonscn, Aetnui. Population of Poverty i'lat is on the inci\�ase. IJorii to Airs. T. II. Woolfoi'd, this nioruing, a bwb.v- girl. The grain is looking fini! in the ilislrict. Air. K. S.'� Marker, whllo iuiit drit'ing on .Saliir.ln.\' In.'Jl pickoJ sonio, Ktulks of wheat whieli lueasur-tfil inches. 'I'he grain belonged to Afr. J. Aiulcr.soii. . 'iiie home of Air. and Mv^. .las. .Mn.v. was the scone of a very piiy Mr. ami AlrH. Alorris' on AloiKlay evening in lionor of '(ihe marriage of ilaugb Iter, llicby to Air.- lien Ala.v, wliiili {took place in A^a Salt l.uke Temple on .luno IHtJh. .Vbpiit otic hundred guest.s were ontertiiinoU during the eveniag. Road the Herald, Ada, Dr. Kolit, Craik. a celebrai.'i Af'/ii-ti�al Uootpir, is 4ei�d. | (From the Times). On Fri�lay, Air. .lose|>li'Kinin-rson; spcrclary to >. K. S. Whltesi'du, AluiM>ger of the \\�t (ianu'dian Col -lerles, returncMl from ai'i e.xtendeil visit to I'^n'gluiiii uccompaitiud by liis bride. . . Tiie.s>;lay evening, llarr.v Voiton, manager of tlie Cirand I'nion' hotel, at (.'olcniaii, hmi liw misfortune to tose his valunl.'ie trot tiii'tf horse. It upph of Alaclood. said 010 acres of his farin~^l'or S20.00 per acre This is not a (>a(l price for land witJioiH a house on it, I ho price of which Ihivc and four years ago was $:).50 per acr*-. Alis8 Ilea trice .Jowctt, daugihtcr of ./. \\. Jowott, clerk of bhc IlloofI re-fierve. was inarriwi toda.v to A. W. ItouKbi^ by tihe UeVorowl Canon iJi'oen' at tiio I'ro-Caithodral in t'nl-�gar.w Tlio .vounrg couple have gone to I-a'glg*in for their hone.vinoon._ .Arran(?ements ore being made for the o^h-ning in Alacleod of a �olU-g-iule school for bo.v.s. Itov. F. p. Ty-niM- has the mattt-r in ohargo. At a s|>eeial moc�ting hei'd 'b.v the city council Alonday evening, for the of fieleciiivg a person to fill Ihe ollice of 'town secri^lary-tiva.siirDr seci-etni'.v of the Baiin'le.l at n -salary "of $120(�.00. ' " "Kilineny,". one of tihe parly of lady .ioiirnalists, who r.-centl.v visited heri', writing in tiic Wini>i)k>g Telegram, tells of thq trip to Southern All>eria as follows:- Satuii;to.V inoiTiing found ua in IjoUihri�lge, nnd wo'went along the lim-. o( the �Albiirtii Itailway aiv.l Ir-I'iginilion coinrM�n.V'. to ItaymoiKl and CaiHlJltoiv, At Ua.viivowd.the Kni'-ht Sugar 'Itootllactory wos visit;�l and thePro�� uwnen wore interested in the desdiriptiofi? of. the process v:hich made ihh si^ftar that they ute at.the liolt'l in Cardston. They were ntbb fiii'S! from ohvclo|)es filled W'Hh swe:.'t-les all the waV to the Aloruvtn settlement, 'iihe. irrigation olticiial.s ac compunied them in.u privmie lar anil fdi!4coiu-sivl wh'ears ago he, and his wife clinic in u wagon to Cards-ton and ho i-oferrcd .to the dilTerent "U'ge?' of the: town as "tent," "dugout," ��Urg,:' and "brick." Cardslun was named after Alis. Coivl, the sixt.v-sec(md dauglner ol llrigham Young. A grandson o: liri^iaai .Young is oditor of a i'UI'e' in l{a,\-mond. > T'he "stars" of o'lr party are shin- Cnrdaton Star refers ti> a . Critici.sni. llccent , The Cards'ton Star sn.vs:-There is an i!erii go,it>g t/he rounds of the ' rounds of thc^ press that should be corrected by all t+ie papers tihat have givpn .�prominence to illm same. This' item Wates to th^'inii.sileriiig' of a Squadron for tho Allx-rt Uang-.-rs in the town'of Caivlston itiKi originited with Ihe .Advance of Alack-o'l, Al-^ berta. For unwarrunlwl and un.|us-1 lifiable pre\'ar,ical ion it leads the I wn v. . . '� i The S^tnr is in a position to j know a-tittle it �l)out: thIsMnattor. I tt'hat we know is this: t'liat an advert i.semont was idstied by l.icuten-! ant Percy Htui'W celling for a meet- ; imt of those intending to .loin the Sauadron. It was AND Jiist RMivcd Three Caitoadt. Erly- and' get Pint choke. ENTERPRISE LUMBER p^^^ J. W. M0N1C6L, General Manngel-, Leth]i?irid|^, AJW ^ li^ iStcd 'in : �*^��Py A'^a'"^ Lumber Co. . Old .tand-^Rdund Sti that advortiaBincnt t'hatii Alajor 1). ___  . s : Uanipholllo^lMactcc>d would bo pros- , "" - , -....... The Lethbridge Hotel W. Henderson^ Proprietor largest and best equip^d; hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIALUlElf"^ The South .Alberta Club htwj been organized an.! have elected its firsl-j ing brilliantly in the way of spewh jllicers aiird is now (ittihg up the Ityan' biiibling on 2'ltil) stiwt, lately occi:>,iiv*d ib.v Air. Olmttiehl and Airs. Hlack us a clubhouse. Tlie iiiembers of the club exiMjct to take ppases.s'ion ! of their new home on the 2nd of .Inly. Tht; oflicers are; C. P. Harris, Colin tienge, S. Heap, Dr. ForlhS. .1. H. Maclx>an and tieorga .McFar-ilU'lKir who con.silitiHe ulw conMiiitlce of iriana^fcment. It is i-e|iorted t�i us t'hat Mr. .1.1. Hill Ihe rttilw.Ty 1 agnivte has decid-o'l lo buiUI a ik;w roa'd from Brown- making. '"Kit" was nervous at first, but she has called upon so often to reply to toasts that she responds with ease in graceful little speeclK'S. i w'iS'h 1 h'od sjiaco to tell of the clever, wi'Lly a�kd s'troi>g speeches of Airs. .Allien an'd Aliss Cameron. They are woi'tiliy of verbatim reporting, but it m�isl sufl'ice to say ilh'at these' ai"e always in flemawl �nd received with the � utmosit enthusiusiii. We are in�-, .Montana, to i'he west ol Chief, , . /. M..un..ain, then up the base of the ; P'"'"* these, o��rs-, amd also |{�>cUies .to tap t*!'- t-'row's Ni-st Pass. ! of "Francoise," AWss Smith ond Mr. Hill has lieeii attracted 4iy Hw-'mlss Wallace, v hen thov can lx( in-rich d^po^^its of ...ineral J';!*-' tt, s,>eak, which Is all too cd wtiro|K>rty tlu-re who ai'e ' ma'le clever, bright lilllo .-ipoethos no doul.t plea.sed a.. Mr. Hiir.s move j -excellenlly. Hut .he best as It will enable i|.be on nei'H of ; . mines to �hi|. the ore to UiHsnt Falls, i '^.t-^'lv'^'-'* all are tlie improinplu fn this locality aiv the .los��l'h�ne i ones the witiici.sins and e|>ite;raais i�id lieid Alining Co. iKith ol whomj Hkii we langii at aiwl loose wh.i>n wo are working 'develppimnit I ^^^^^^^ ourselves. 'Ihe with all po.ssrble speed. . . ... journey is j ust (^l^oxH over, and Alr.s. ent to presii'de at 'that ineotiin??. 'I'lie meeting day arrived anrl I'ht! 'Iio.vs gathered but Alajor C-ampfioll meoys feeling ba.lly d.i�Bl�p6i'nted at; the noiv-apiH*aranoct Of thp'siilJerlbr ofllcer. /.'I'liis. then is t'he cause for the failui-e of the CarJs-ton l.'Utlalion 'to proseni ai I'iK; muster' �� Afwieod 'and so^fa.r ps we know and so fur as we have lieen able to learn by intpiiry, ih'.'io is fto other rea.son whatever. | lli^^iop Hnminer of ihe (.'aivlslon ! waixl wiis interview-i?d by I'he Star and 1)0 .flatly contradicted 'he .'Vil-I vance ivport." He stout. lihere but he is determined to forrel. o'it the guilty |>er�oii wtioovcr he iitay be. � Uishop llanuiier is u man not to Ik! trifled with in this viu.\ - he is a .stronghearl�;d,, clear-lioaded Canadian aiid. lie does not Mfopose that an.v i>a|)er .shall jilace him in the position' of one dislo,\'al to his country without hearing from him 111 iineur wn Cor.respo'iv.'lent.) i'imony 'durinc th'i.s. season of roses. Heaven bJess .|h�-m: �liiil gv) .�(!o*w. Fiwchet'tes de|iartiiiv inakosi tlta party l^e�ali�/'.e I'lvat pari'iiig will noon be the oi',-k'r pftilie '.'lay. T'his most ploasu-ht jaunt has uvaide it haivl to go back to niinu.i' is a'broa.d,ti!ia't a few of|ose m�l-, luoss Imntls oivd Iriiimirflial'progresses to gn) hack to routine and irtdivid-tifllisiii! I'or wd , with .louts of Hoa'glin Centre sonw a"'"^-j ,|,los�oms as wo waved iaiwwell with , ^Va1''rv' a- i*"-- ..>.vsenlod to us,toy two dear anc wav the deiKl and woumk.d. i ''t't'o g'irls in white stai-chc..1 droshcs a collision occurr.o.l at the Domes-{ and 'lauiKdried' hair, tic Coal Aline this week,. Mr. AVm. 1 Twciity minutes was all we could-Rullack. Jr.. was coriilhe out of tV,e j mine Iwdino a 'horse when he met an --o-^-- ' The company offers for sale at low prices to all who may require thpoiv'!' AT SIR wiLFHio'S suuGESTiON. | thiis quality of Telephones, Telephone Equipment and Apparatu*> ~ ! Applications or correspondence is solicited from those who wish tcf^ purchase such supplies. ' \.. i' : \ .-'-^.y.^ The Bell Telephone Company constructs and operated iariAers' Hnetff in connection with its local exchanges on n rental bii^ia, at raasonabl^ rates. Or theCoii,p:iny will give connectiou with its Ibettl''exdhanjl{efi-and long distance lines to rural lines coutmctetl by the fanners thein*3>. selves, on reasonable terms. When required the company Will giv^ expert and other assistaMee in the building of sucli lines.' 'With fiel> Telephone Company instrnments and suiiervisibn'of construction, gpodt^ service is assured. . :f In t'he course,of inorny ancedotes concerning tltc late Pranier >-.:'icuin of New .Zoa'la'ni.'l. Thejj^j&ivrldn Daily Chronicle .s�,vs:-"Among Air. Sedr don's cftlu'r records is I'ho loudest shout heard in t'he s'treets of London in our time, It Wais urior, ;ihe Prime Minister of Canoda, was aslAnished 'at the apaHi.v of 'tihe crowd, and sa;er tm servo the Waati will! I lie| feS'ti|bl'i*^edil)jt ' AViirtii - yKffsbtxti Canada's Exposition THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA OIOTOTOKOTOIOIOTOTQ ffio:o:o:o:o:o:oTo:o:o:om^^ empty car plunging do^vn the track'; hof�' rt'ind man wonl damage was �do'iie, Th'C' iiorse^ was badly bruised, while Mr. Hnllack's nose was slightly disfigiir.xl. Jl'is cHcapu fi;ni, doa'th was almost miraculous. Tlu' Covernnieiit well boring mach-iiierv lies been unloaded at th'O corner of t'he promised lO nci\; nark o'n the south west corner oY the, ati'.'l iinniediaitely after I)oii>iii -ion Day an a'ttemnt will he ni.i'de to secure an artesian w.ll nt that'piiiiil The n.?w l>lank si;le walk evtendiUT from TVoimlas' .Store 'to thd we Wv'>i'o "iivig'lvty, glaid" too. an;! louchO'd lo the heart by tho .upontanc-ily of it all, 't'he loyalty o( the new coiwtry of t'he ohiidren, the pride in their town, oh to ocean. Aliss CauK't'on's ri'ivgii>g"S|ieoeh of l';mpire," .sit/ruck t'he rigihit note, and 1 as the porter f^ickod ni.Tlihe pansies | fresli froiii tlw> tight gi^sp. -if hot little fingers, we smiled at-e�uh other and stt'id; "Wa.'�n't it swt-eft and lULY SSM-rSath, 1906. THE FARMERS'ANNUAL SUMMER^HOUDAY TH E LARGESTEXHIBIT OFLlYE-StOCK IN WESTEiW CANADA TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF-,./' Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON Pi OFFERED IN PRIZES IN WHEAT the hours of 7 a.m. and (i p.m. Air. F, beifnii iiromp!;lv at 7 and finishod at !> he hurled the Uist shovel fi.ll of,coal into the the -iS'l'i.rM). INTERESTING Butter MaKinf( Competition Open to Amateurs and. Also , Profesaionals .with John F.��t'hopo this morn'ing.,^,^^^^^. ,^ I hat t'le^ 11' er couldnt iinioairl 2.i: , i i .i waggon lo.ids of-coal \r^r, Ions) into, '�^>>" U-thbridge biKii-.! of trade then a, box car with �n ortHnni'.V coal ; came, lo t'h.V; ladies. ' The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Feetl^Stable in connectiou Telephone 47? Landseekers'and Rancher's Headquarters^ RAXES, $1.0Q R DAY ' .....-----............ ev,:r M'-eii �>iiiruii.y i-iiit.;ii.-ii u.v.' luiiies. , 1 �, ,7 . 4 , nil The ensemble singing was much en- TheCwTUival In \ enict* And The .Vi.vcd and the c.w.p.ij. carried away i Knaltenshue Air-Ship Are Among Ihiring the summer months i^hiUl- very pleasant memoirs of the hos|>it-i The Special Attractions, rcn are subject^ rti.soivlera of the'alily of the town of l-.o*h bridge an:i ' Jtilw 7�k b.iwels which should rerelvo careful its gor..d people. j CBirwa ciw^ oars. and a churoh census tal*jn. nt the! The be.s'(."'inf-,'liciine in it's? for bowel dinner table revealed the loll''ng FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL ON ALL LINES I'oinplaint is Chainlxjrlain'a Oolic.'ification of religious deno'ni|:ai:'i Por Entry'C, apply to Cholera and Diarrhoea ItenKdv a� it, ifwis: Church of ImmIi'iJ. i\. '(I'liiini G, H. GbEIO President, promptly controls any unnatural Catholics, H; Pivsbyt.'.-iaiia, 1: '..'i- W T Hr-fiuii'o Su� TraJu l.iosene.^s of tlie bowels. For^sale by ivor.sallst, 1; and five .l�lih.''d wi::! ^ ' ,t ^ , ^^^^ all drug'a'istB, no 01)urclt. A W. Bell, General Mgr. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ;