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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H. L Sl*f>ie�(. �� Roeieii*�rf | When you come to the Me-tropoUa stay at the Palace Hotel NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers  2 1 $1.00 per day Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens * l?�ckendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta KEAN^ THE STORE FOR Frcih Strawberries. Cherries Tomatoes, Asparagas Cucumhers Lettuce Oranges Bananas Lemons Beat of Candies at Right Prices ICE CR�AM ANb ICE CREAM SODAS A specialty. Our Simdafs are delieiona .. /. MimnCING HAT, (From the News.) A �juift woiltling took |.lnco on Sunday ovoning at the rt�si'clence ot Mr. .1. L.. I'enrti, Toronto S^in-ii, when t'h inarriorgie was soleminiirp'i ol Mr. Mo'tihow I'eaMi, one. ot 'folicljio Hat's rising yonng. coniraC'tors, cnii Miss Itoalrlce itoaatiiorwi Jlavv-r, (taittflttor of Mr. C.A. Iteyw oii Fort ' U'il'i'iain, niKi .sj.stor ot Mm. A. W ; (irr.'cn ami Mi-s. .lohii fiiwn, o* this �Ity. Tliij woiUling 'tooK, place on Muri-�tay I'veaini? Uist week at the I'nw-)).vt(..rinn rimrch of Pavkl Uoss. oi ; Ho'-k, Seven I'erson.s, to Mi.'-s Mnrgarcl McKen/.ic, of Koss-jlijio. i ScotlorwI. Uev. W. Morrow |�cr-foiwotl the cercinotiy. All of the ofUcittls ot the new JirunJ Ollice are now in the tJity, tihe �laft iiicliKlinsr Mr. .lames Wilson, (AIIkt-i/tt) lleriani Work given proihpt attention; also No. I Baletl Hay un ats f'orsle A. BRUCHET CHURCH DIRECTORY^ CATHOLIC CUVRVIl. Suaity Services:-^ Low Diasa, S.30 a. in ; hitb uiabs, liM.; vespers, 7.3(1 j>. m. Uaily Servioes:-Uatt 9.30 a. 01. father Van Tijikem. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Aaglicaa ) R�v. J. S. ChWera, A. K. C, Rector. Rev. David Jonei, II A., AasisUat. SuBiiar>:- MatiBs at H.OU a. m. SuBdaf School at S.tfU p. u �vcDSOBg at 7.3V p. ui. Celebration o( H�iiy Oonimuninn:- 1st Sunday in the month, H a. in. (Plain), and 11 a.m. (Choral), iird Sittday alter Mat*is. Qther Sua- day* nt a.HO a.m. Daiif Matins and Ei lasoog at 0.30 a. n. asd 7.30 p. n ST. MARY'S MISSION. (Nu. S.i Sunday School at 3.00 p. nt. evensong at 4.30 p. n. WKSLEY MBTHODIiiT CHURCH. Rsv. J. a. HuthaiM, Pastor. Sundaf services at Jt.OO �. m. and 7.30 p. Q. Suaday School �ol Kble Class at 3.00 p. m. Praysr Meeting, Wednisdays, at 8.00 IP- ai. Epwoitil League. Fi'days, at 8.00 9- _ KNOX CHURCH. (Presbytarlan.) Btlf. A. M. (lordon, Minister. Suadai Services it 11.00 a. m. and 7.3S p. m. Sunday School at S.OD p. m. Prayer Meeting tttk Wedaesday sveniag at B.0(� a'cl i tk. BAPTI.ST T.^BtRNACLE. Rev. C. Psdiey. Pastor. Sunday Services at II.OU �. lu, and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.M p. ni. Prayer mestlng Wsdanaday tvealng at 8.M tt'clock. 8�wlil Circle �a4t�sday afteriioou at I o'clock. MlsilMarir UMStlbts. 1st aid Ird rrMers la iM�is (From tha Ei^ol) On Tuesiday ot last week a s�>d accident occurred at the crossing on (he SoiHh Fork u|) near the Butte Ranc)i 'by which a young man named Ora E;Wy lost his .lite Messrs. liiJd.v Ilros. nin a moat markot at fiellevue and this young man. a hroltit'r, was asked to leave soinc provisions for them at the oM Willow Vtanch so Uiey would gpt it witiioiit having to cross the riv�ing l>>ii|ibrid'ge vs. Pinoher Creek. It; was a v3 home tjeani (lavinR it all their o�n way and irimiinsi out i>y a score of H-'O. A g'oo^l crowd turned out and the gate reccip's wore ttbout as 'good as ever liikon in here. Some igood combination vork was done by the visitors but they wore not in it with our Ijoys. A .young man natned Sayers, hulf-f)rin ho :""lt so ill he cnlled Un Dr. T�mi!>ull. The. Dtictoi" .t distance wbn'ti the man � urned from their trip to Honolulu by this morning's train. A man nan>?d MeQucen, wuo has Ixen working for Mr. Ueppner .iIkiU three miles fr-om Fl.>ih'|>urn, wjs ar-reslod on Wcdnosdfl^.lasti on a charge of raf>e on a girl about sixteen .venrs of age. He was brought before Mr. Morden. .T.r., on Friday and committed tor trial and is now in Maclcod owait.inig the next :4tt.rty to entior upon the di.schargB of bin n undcrstooid that C. H. Marshall Is tio iyo his successor. Mi-. M�rsh(ilt has not j'et receivwl hw coinrois.s'ion, but the inspector has boon insitructofl a> .v-l c\. W'oi'.i wan receivrt/l this cv.^ning of the 'Ar^al'h of Mr. AroWie .�^v�' )i\t who died nt C'ai-stairs. .\lt.i. '1 he d',->cea�i �ii!l it was onl.v kor'n living with his l>roiho"� cn Boundary Creek t- c tiu past f. .'� ycors ondwo-s ik'I . ed ond ns',i it.-ct by all W'ho knew him. His rvmrains will l>e spnt to tb'J ild ho in II.n-nosota. I'Yank Al.lridgie, the 12 ym- -I.! son of Wm. AMrirtgc. met with i.n acciove elbow. Wo are pleased to Stat* that ho is recovering rnp-klly from the effects of t/he tall. taken out and placed lin the vwlwose and taken hack to the hospital at Michel. His head was crusiiod 'in front and it was cvi'dcnt that while looking out of the oab window he must have been struck by sonte ol>-K*ct, presuntorbly in the bridge be-yoml Michel, but this i� not iol known. The condl'tion oi Miiller v/qS very .serious and Dr. King wa� tele-grafrtivd f�ir au'd he went to Michel Satui'dai', ivniarnrng wit'h Miller until Monday. On Tuesda.> 'tl�o unfor -lunate vir'lim of the acci'dcnt was brought down to L'ranbrook aiwl plac-ed in I'he hospilal. J''i'oni ihe litnd ljvat riotism, which he characterized a: meaningless to the vagc earner. II censured the miners for not votinj. for his parl.v oit the last ei.v.tion unu he touched on the goneral prin"^'.ples of socialism. Wm. Dickon, president of 'the IT'mon, put sotnc pliaia quest -ioiis to Mr. Hawthowithwaii'to, asking him wh.v he as-a soclal'ist had voted for measurf.s wivii^ were plain-l.V opposed to socialism. Mr. H'.aw-'thoriitliW'a'ite was somewtiat non-plussri:! and his iv^ply 'did not satisf.v all his hearers. Ho justified hisi nct-ioT^' i-?rall.v on 'the ground th'Ot it itialance ot power h? gained his own ends. I.4i>ter he appeared to contradict this position b.v challenging �n.v one to point to a single in.stancc where his and Parker's votes had sax'ejd the government. Mrs. A. McNab was � Lelhbridgc last week. Mr. J. Ross, one of our neighrtxir-ing pioneer ra'nch�rs caJicJ on old friend.-i in this vicinity this week. Miss Tal'bert has returned from a pleas'd'nt visit with Inends at Medicine Hat. Mr. W. H. OKvr .rf .s.|. l-h.^nias, and fornrter M. (.'. R. agent at Bridgeburg, Ont., Im MtatioiH'd home for the suinnior vacation uiid visited iKiuhbrirtgo friends this weuk. A. ,1. McNuib has ivtuni'i.'d from the round-up e.il(j�>dition, and was call -i>ng on liCthbri^dtie' �o!|iiaiiil'uncos on Monday. ! Mrs. ObleiiMt'O and c{)iltli>;n of Wol- > seloy, As�a., are gucs'ls of Mr. and Mrs. -i>. O. Poilerson, heiv. The river maintains, to a great extent, i.i8 bordering .the river A merry picnic party from I.A'th-brJdge journc.ved in carriages to this vicinity this 'week, and spent a pleasant d,y in shaxlsd ani>as along the banks of the tumbling St. Mary'.�i, a� well as in the .delightful trip over 'the green, breezy prairie. Wo 'ho|Ks that the proposed org'an-i/ing of the Lethbridge 4>aiicl will l-c a succffs. Besi'des ilH'ir?g oiw of the l>lcasurps of a triip lo the budding .VIbertan metropolis, open-air mii.m-Also serves as a tra'do stiniulutor, and no enterprising low� can alTord to 'be without this otlraction. Services were conducted here, last SablMth evening by Itev. A.M. Oor-don of Knox Church, Lethbridge, Needless to say, a full aWefldance was the result of Mr. Gordon's kind interest in the community's velfnre, and his a-d-Jriffss was given close attention ami .services spiritedly participated in by all. .\s a ntalerial evi'ilence of the sali�foc(.ion felt by �t. Mary folk for this visit, a generous colled ion was 'tenderod fertile aidva.ncing of reli.gious' interests. Owing lo the (HXtremel.v warm weather (From The Paper.) I Friday morning last, in ithe werokeTi," or wor.ls to- that ttflwt. , On the morning mentioned the CP.; R. depot at Col�inan wan th? sconu ot a high handed attempt at bur- j glar.v, �liit>h was frustratdd by the 'tiuK'l.y iivterference ot the night op-(.rator, Geoi^ Gage. Lt appeal's that aloi>g About three o'clock, the operator who was busily engaged at his usual duties about the iiii..'l ^ a prowk-r in the ticket encla-iiin.'. Mr. tSage locat'Od the intruder l.y t'h..> reflect ion from the heating stoves .vtHiiding in front of 't'he sjife iind tickot ca-se. Gage infnio.Kalcly li.,n�,.eil t Ithe 'IjcKt of it. The culprit, ., .vlio jgave tile name of Hari-y Vaiinn. was marched up town ani.l '.urned ovvr to the aUthorHies. Ho wns broitght Ijefore .Justice Bisne',-, �>h miles {roni town, nt $l't(i, terms.' We have 240 acres, .'I miles from town. !jt:;iOOO improve-2 "ments. only �(�XK), 20 iier cent will handle. ' � Gome in and talli to iis idx>nt other properties. SPEClAlj-a New Cottfiu'e well iwiinteil and iinished south jl of Reilijath street, one bioi^k from Round only. $950. ^ See 119 for other Town i)ro|ierties. O.S.KNISELYI Agent North American Land Co. " ^ LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. ONE IXH)R EAST FIRE HALL TABER. (Fron� the HeraVd's Correspondent.) TELEPHONE NO. 1 --FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON '>loTolri'o:o:olo:o:oioloToloToToToToT^ CRAMBROOK. r Read tha Herald Ads. If your Stomach is Weak. if your Food diatresscs you. If you are Weak and Nervous. Use Br. Shoop's Restorattive month and see what nt does for you. Sold by J. D. Higinbotbam 4cesl hotel lfpi.noer's sirte and saw tha; Miller was h'Ong'ing out ot the window .helplefifi. With groat promptness bo grahOiod the throttle and s.topped the train in time to avoid pilin;r into the other engine, an act for which he deserves great prai'Se as he is a new man a'nd would have been excusable if �h'S had 'hswi raMled under ithe circunuitances. As soon as the ti^in was stopped' Miller was .services were held in the o|ien air on the given slope ot hi'ilsirle, which proved to lie a mo>�t en.io.\-able innovation, under t'he circuin -.stances. We hoj>e to receive another visit of thisTialuii; at no idistant .dale. The peacoiis sunsets, I the niiiriiiuring river and the eiiier-i itld-hued hillsides, coniilvine with ';'.- � an retreat. Two more of St. Mary's ivHid,.:iis Overseer Probert walked three hours wnth Constable Wwde, visiting nftost of the property owners of the village and stating to said property owners i.|f"plaiT� terms, that all gar-ba'ge, refuse, etc., etc., mwr he moved from 'the townsite, on or before the lost of t'his week, or the law would '('iikc 'itn course. ' l^e town was t�nind to he neat an�l clean with few exceptioins, while the above law is 'being enforced, the ratepn.vers insist that all the town laws l>e re -spooled, or rcpealod. and not tic iil-lowi'd to iK-como obsolete. A force of mien are 'here waiting foi-the ai'rival of suitable tiiniber for Ixi'ilding a ferry across the Bell.y river just north of the town. ; The "sensation" createeople ' were just imyiivg a flying visit to Mt. V.iow Inends and would ha%'e ro- i turned O.K. in good season. j Tonight mos^^ of the young boys and giirls will go to the river for an o�ttiing �imI picnic. Mr. and Mrs, Burt Wood will act as chap5io!:^s, '"Taller Splints" says:- 'lliere are a lew kickers in Taber." Oh, .vcs. that I is true. All growing towns have thi'ir kickers, "Caesar had his Brut-'; i us," and Toiber has her kickers' but 'her i>afkbiters ai"e growing t'r-aiiti- j fully los.s. 'Tis true there is soiiw � The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Peetl Stable in connection - Telephone 47 Landseekers' and Rancher's Headquarters RA-TEIS, $1.00 PER DAV FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDCE STOP AT THE I hotel Dallas! wore wcdldt'd July .Ith, at Ijclhbridge | kj^.kii�g a.gialn about the post oHice; 'Ihe contracting parties were Mr. ; |,, |,ostiivast WE ARE ADVERTISED OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Gordon at ivno.v McCoffrey and Mi, C. Ward assisted the bride ni'd groom. 'Ihe hap|ii' couple were lou-dcrcd a warm reception and heartiest cong.ratIllations oi' their inan.v friends awaiting their return. A suppi^r uiTd dancing to stirring .Scottish .strains from the hag-piix-s and violins, and other appropriatio mu.sic con:,ri �:i.i>d towards the ertjoyment of a n;. .'t happ.r evening by all. Wo ,.'\i(m.J bes'.- wishes '.j the |...;wlv x.iiided tvaiin, who w^ill s'lorily occupy ow'i house at St. Marv's l.hi'ir PKARRSH01,.M (From the IJeview.) The contract tor puttring in tha town -water-works was avardcd to Mr. J. E. Woods of Pincher Creek, on Thursday lost, who will coni-m'Mice o|ieration at once, ond it is expected that within the nsxt sixty dtt.�� HP will! have water down town for all purposes. A quiet weakling took ploce cii Wen searching for more than a month (or his lost oPUlation is said to be 6,500. Postnvositer Callander and Pnmin -ion Lands agent McCanneil, of J*e-g>ina, have resigned. BRIGHT and SPARnLING W'iueH for the oladorate ban-({iietor the simple family reiiast can be onlerinl from iis with the certainty that the (]uulity will be high and the prices moderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wines are gatherded from the beat growers at home and abroad. M. eTIrov WhulKnale Dralf r In �WINES. LIQUORS �ii.J CIQAR& p e V), I.dbbrldge, Altt, !; How is Your I Watch Running! Is it always fast or slow^ f Never q uite on time ? Perhaps the watch is capable^ ot very accurate running, x* but it is not in perfect ortler. Yon know the tiny mechanism of a watch al>: solntely demands that eaeli of the dozens of little parts - springs, wheels, jewels,, etc -l)e .just right, or good timing is out of theqnestion i Watch Always has been a hobbv of ours, to do the liest work possible. .' % I Armstrong i I JEWELER BNOIrAVER I OPTICIAN? ?*��...........M� ;