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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta It. I.. Stephen!* Malt Rockcndorf When you come to the Me tropolifl stay at the Palace Hotel  NEWS THIS Taken From Southern Alberta Papers $1.00 per day Opposite C-P.R. Depot Stephens * Uookeiulorf Proprietors MIfCINK HAT. (From lho Nows.) A tpilol weddlntf took |.lurn on Suiwhiy evening at the resilience of Mr. J. L. I'enrd, Toronto rMreit, when ihe marriage was solemfd/ed 01' Mr. Matthew lVord, . CAltHHTON*. (From the Star 1 i taken out ami placed (in l\w ua>l>oofw and taken toack. to t�ho hospital at Michel, His hoax J waft en i wheel in front and ft was ovklctm t>hat while looking out of the cab window be numi have been struck by some olv-joet, presumably in the brkftgc he-yowl Michel, but thifi in -not jel known. The condition of Miller was very serious and Dr. King wan telegraphed for ami He went to Michel Saturday, remaining wil/h Miller until Monday. On Tuesday -t-lie unfor -tunnle victim of t�ho auc Merit was brought I down to Cran-brook at*) placed in 'the 'hospital. From the injure] this afternoon, Miller Has Uvn \ituiully he in rally * rng 01*1 Incoming rational. fttCIH.1H.VKft. (From ihc Times.) IMgh Kivor's rnte. of taxation eight, mills ffrt the dollar. Tho Mot/hod 1st Chureh hew wm the seenc of a pretty werd.ttntg on Hie morning of WotHtowday the 27�th. ttM , whfn M-iss Violet F. Ilrown a popu- lnr teacher In the public school of lllg'h Itlvor, was united in marriage to Mr. Will II. Watson of Tara, On'. -W> l" Just Received Three Carioads. Come Erly and get First choice. Calgary, Alberta The wi-dding >took \*Uwo on �Jay i�v��iiifrg l�s�, w(v>k the byt4*i'ian Phnroh of PovM lloss. of Ko.l lto*'k, Sever-t.a) HeronU'1-; Mr. LyK'i (iSaskaiche* THF STOUK KOH * wan) AHsmtaint llcrowier; Mr. W, 1 * ! lie!I (AltwKa), Actiotintant, am) �Imm Strawberries, Cherries' huh* (Saskntchewao), HtonoriiMoh^ 1 Mt^srs. J. �). Fntilke.H and F. Ware, of It'iciiiH. �|,*> al*� heiv ting ^ ..xeollrnt rr|�- | "^ons^ious, 1ml * unlay |wr |iro�|wr[R in this part of th.' llnekics. Mr. Van IVU �rlll not eoroe out of tl�o inounjtitfns ''fore lii'iie In ScptoiuNM* and by whioh time we expeet to hoar 1hat ha. has sm � �. It richer'than owr. f'ahins n*? le ing built, siipplioH tow j^omi* .ii an:l everything is in ivt*din�*ss uj |n^h Mu work in the utmost. FIIAKK. HT. MAHV'S. (rorics|u>iKk�nce of Uie Hvr-.ild.) Mrs. A. MeN'ab was � visitor lA'thbrMgo las-t week. at Mr. d. Itoss, one of our neighbor-llorn-ro tiliowifoof Ir. H-'cr!'1^ I'fomvr ranchers enJUU on old Ihirkfrr. on Tups-day, a fine iM0 y-i c > . ! rt'ieml.-* In Ms vicinity this woek. * Miss Talbert has ivturnod from Woirl was rerciv*.'l this t*vening oi ihe Kl^nt'h of Mr. Arob'ie !'�auf>i\l who dierl nt C*m*stnirs, Alt.i. oteuf�aat visit with fnonds at a Merlj- I KEAN'S 'I ho eine Hat. d.HVnH.'d aeeontiuHvUxl Mr. 't I*. Mr. W. H Tomatoes, Aspsragms Cucumbers Oranges Lettuce Bananas Lemons Bill of CsnJics st Riftht Price* lt:C CREAM AM> ICE CREAM SOUAS A specialty, t.hir Stni(la�'s HOHV .SMITH-At Medicine Hat. Alln�rta. on Momlay, duly 'J. HKhi, to l>r ami Mis. r. F. SmlUi-a son. lUrtlAltDS-AtM.yiici.m Hat, on ih.� Und hist., to Mr. ami Mrs. t\lH Ituhaids-a son. t*ooiw?y. north a few �v�*eks (�y all who knew him. His remains will he mm to Mi-� >UI ho in M,n- nosota. |K*d h\ a hoie, stumbling ant foil on him. breaking loft aim otiovo elttow. We orc pleas-��l to �t�fe that h>* is i\�covpring rnj�. fclly from th*y effects of tlie fall. Miss MeNab, who h�s l*i>n ins-iruei ing the youibg gcMiei^vt'ion in 1 \u> Coleman. H.F., school, lias i>nurndttion, and was call  rng on Ijcthhrixtgc uoqumntamvs on t Mrs. Ohlcmun and c^iiUlivn of Wot-Hcley. Assa., are gues-ts of Mr. ami Mrs. 1>. O. lVder-timi, here. grtnit J. W. Kean & Co (>pi>osito IV O. Phone tW AltMSTHOXCfc-McNKKI-V. -A1 ronto, on 2l�t June, HWtl, llev. .f Mel'. Scott, asnisi'ed Hop. I�r. McKay. Mi�s Myrtle NVely. ekloM doU^Mer of Mr. Mrs .1. McNeely, of MetMciivo IUt. to Itev. A. l*r Armstrong. M.A , of Toronto. To b> b> Mi-a n J Glazing U ruining The river maintains, to a extent, its recent height from pro- longed roiinColls and tm>lting snow .n the mountains, although a slight lowering -is (noticeable. Intrfisely warm, dry woaMier jpaB l>wii .*oin-titon for several l>ear� (hat along (�l>out ttoree o'clock, thy (fpera'or who was busily engaged at his usual dtities about the dopot. whs ptnrihsj by a sudden turning oui of tilie lig>hts. Investigait'infC !** ' hiikI n prowhT In the ticket encl-j.-aiiv. Mr. - located the intruder by t'hf reflection from dhc -heating wtoves s-tuiuling in front of tbo s tfc and ticket cos*.'. Gage infmevftately lco�.'�d oti the intruder, and n p-hsiumI, tn which the railway employee got the best of it. The culprit, .. *ho \hv imme of Marry V�rnun inarched up town an^l Mtrned r over to the authorities. Her e��nt will handle. 4 Come in and talk to us uhnut other properties. SPECIAL -ii New Coltatre well paintetl and linished south of KediMth street, one block from Itontid only. $950. See us for other Town pro^rtips, O. .KNISELY Agput North Ampiican Land Co. W. M. BARBER. Vainter and 11 ec orator Carriage lVuittiiK � s|M'oialty Kalsomininv: Pai^rhun^iu^ Itown lots ^ Residential X "C" and "P;1 I H. MACBETH 0 * Real Estate and Insurance. Lota, in IMocks Apply to IMXC'IIKR CIIKEK. (Krom .lha lOeho^) On Tuesday of last week a sod ac-rident occurred ot the crossing on the South Fork up near the ltulte Hunch by which a young man named Ora i:.kly lost lus .life Mossrs. I>ldy llros. nin a meat market n� Udlevue ami this young man. a nroihi'i*. was aftkexl to leave |irovi�imiH for them at 'he oM Willow Hanch so they would g�'t it witheut having to cross the riwr Mr ScuuguU *�f the tlnion Hunk hi ad has ootnimnl leave of absence for ri*st and ri'cupera-tion. FrciiNti*:. (From the Ftt�e Press.) The output of the mines ol thr X. V. Coal Co. Ih steadily in-rtvnsintf an.) with one exception a new ivcond has been established, each jmcceedinjr month tor \hlf>nvlay an accident occuivd ubat might have restdted fatally. Hobert l^uiixt, well known to all in tjvc district, former moutvtod poli�v - � man. and sou of MarHhall Lntnl, Jtuperinteiwlen't of came to th ttet the propoHcd opRan-i� rn" ,,N ,0 TrWr h,,.n 1/inK ut bhe U-thbrid^* bund wilt to for somel'ime. �de of no ! At the mlnorw picnic hoiv .1. II Hawl4torn>thwarUs Socialifft, M. I�. He had nothir.-g fjomt to say fpr pat riot ism. which he characterizoxl n meaninglefis to the vafff* earner. H censured the miners for not voting for his party nt the la�t et.�*tion unu he touched on the funeral prlii^'ph* a success. Ileskh^s taun^ one of the pleasures of a t rip to t he bodding \ttiei*l an metropolis, ot>en-air mu-tic :\lsrves as a trade stimulator, 'serious results followed the accident. I TAUKIt. awl no enterprising town can afford jtFiom the HeraVd's Corrcupomlont.) to be without -tthis attraction. Services were conducted here, last Snblmth evening by Hev. A.M. Oor-vlon of Knox Church, lA�t'hori-dge, a full attendance f A ftn�t�:till match was playvxl -\uw ,n TiH*s\luy of lawt week, the flr-*t in i he league series, 44ie team* 1 1^-ihbridKe vs. IMncher Creek It woi a v.-ry one-sidi*d yame home i�*nm f^-t^t |ltt%inu it all their own way and winning out hy a score of ft-O. A |)My|||� M|d Xftlft Work'^lHr'' ttoUil turneil out ni>d tho jjate *  leci'ip's wi�iv about as -good as ever .... , . ' , fl, taken in 1u-r*v Some ^ood rombin- All kinds ot l>niymtc ami lean. ^ vo|.k ^ ^ by ^ Work giwu prompt atu*iilu>n; also llUl lnoy w,l|V nol )n \,x wn-h OUP No. 1 Baled Hay tin d tints forslt* s. half-a4iout Overseer l'rol*>rt walked three hours w*ith Constable Wwle, visiting most of Ihe property owners of the village and wtating to sakl property owners itf plain terms", that ail Rnr-iHiff**. refuse, etc., etc., nuwi be i*:-mov*Kl from fhe townsite. on or before Uie Inst of this week, or the Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MI RON of socialism. Wm. Hicken, president of the Cnion, put so*ne plain que�t  I Xwdless to say, ions to Mr. Hawthomthwal-to, ask- was live result of Mr. Gordon*a kind iotf him why In* a� a socialist had! interest in tlv.* comimitiky's v�dfnre. vol oil for uu>aKures wCririi were plain- i nod his nddr^s was �-lvon close ally opposed n> socialism. Mr. Haw-|lention ami wrvices spiriKxIly par- |ftW wonld take it� course. TOe town 1 nhnrnthwa'iio was Minwwliat non-1 ticipated �n �iy all. As o material w^fl found uy be neat ami clean with, plus**! and bis reply Ii-hat it s. A young man nauiod I nri4*d. who livwl in a tent tnt-ee-ipmrterh of a mile above Chan. Subth's ranch, diint on Sunday of loeMimonio He had t*m*n ill for .-several days hut paid liltlo aHej>k>n tii it. nut even refratinniff from amus4* inen'ts until Sunday. wlv*n h� :".�it *o ill he called 'in Dr. Turnbull. The. Moetor saw the man was :n a bad way Uod itnmear�vi sition hy challenging 04iy one to point to a single instonc,, where his and Parkers votes hnd savrxl the government. air on the green slope of , o A man named McQueen, wno In en working for Mr. Ileppner abput three miles from rishburu. w is ai* nHited on Wednesday lasti on a charge of rut*** on a girl about sixteen years of age. He wn� brought before Mr. Morden, J I*., on Friday und coiuiuit'tod for trial and jh now in Mncleod awaiting the next .utting of the Supreme Court. CUAS'HHIM^K frVom the Herald) K II. Small tins W4s*k ivneweurs. Mr. Smalt is one of the W-srt hotel ke�\i ers in the Kootenays and his faith in the future of Crartbrook 'ih unlbnitel. �Pr. Sawyer, the veterinary. formerly of this town, hut foi the \iitni few yearn of Cowley. Allteria. has ivtnrnetl io Crunbrook and will protmoly make this place his ma neat home. jM*r - ing to the ext remely warm weai her (lie m-rv ices were held in the o|m�|i IlilUlde. which proved to Ih� n niOMt en)o> able innovation, under the circumstances. We hope to revive another , visit of this'nature at r?o tdistam I \late. Thi� |v�acoful. pastoral effect at- I f ached to I ih is delightful hamlet h ]gi\^ly heiphteneeR, violins ami other iiiuh"ca1 insirumentH. floating faintly o\ei ' from adjacent hilKioes. Tin* delie - | ious air from the prairie af>o%e, !>> lowing herds, the koi^ohh MinsetN, ' th.* murmuriitg rivm- and Ihe emer- ubl-hue,r * adde uit alw�de in this sunny Alb*.-- an retreat. Two more of St. Mary's ivside-ii* were wt�dded duly Uh, at !*nhhridge 'IHte contrat'tmK parties were Mi IowkI to tii'eome obsolete. A force of men are here waiting fur the arrival of suitable timber for building a ferry across the Itelly river just north of the town. The "sensation** creuted here by t'he alleged elopement of one iA our *l*utK�r girls. Iuir proven to l�e onl> a fals�� alarm aod the young t**"plc were just puying a Hying visit to Ml. View friends and would have returned O.K. it� good season. Tonight tuosi of live young boys and girls will go to the river for an ouiii>n ami picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Wood will act aH ehap�r�>i. *i. 'Talier Splints" says. 'Iltere are a lew Wickers in Toiher." Oh. A s. thai is true. All growing towns have their kickers. "Caesar had his llrut-ii*," and Talker has her kickers' Uut her bafkbiters are growing l-auii fully h'n** "Tin true there is sum*-kirkinK uwiin about t�he post office; hut the post matter says he do.-s-rt rure how mneh tney sick. (u**t so Lnndat'ekt'rVnnd Uunchor's Hf^ultjuarters $1.00 DAV FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE i WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS WKSLKY MKTHOPIiST CIIUKCII Rev. J. 0. Hughum, Pastor. Sunday service-* at II 00 �. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School an! Vlbte Class at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednisdays, at 8.00 ip. oi. Fpwoit^ League, rVdays, at 3.00 1^ XANTON. (Croat 't'he :s.) KNOX CHURCH. (Preabytertaib) Rev. A. M Oordon, Minister. Suadaf Services it M00 a. m. aud 7.30 p. in. Sunday School at 3.M p. tit. f rayer Meeting ei i r Wednesday evening at ft uO o'clnk. BAPTIST VAUk RNACI.K. Rev, C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Set vim at II 00 a. m. aud 7 30 p. in. Sunday School at 3.�i p. w. prayer meeting Wedotaduy evening at I.OO n^lock. Sewtoi Circle WeiM�day aftcrnuoai al MM o'clock. Mteitatary meet Inge, let rrttays tu mo�t% We are informed that Rev. ,1. f\ Hunrter has t^ndertsd his restg-natiort as pastor of thi��t church, to take efTect as soon aa bis Kuecessor has been selected and is ready to enter upon the dischartm of his his KiiccesKor. Mr. Marshall bus not yi�l received his cotmivissiion, but Ihe Inspector has been insnructwl to transfer the ofllce to his charge, and he Ih ex|hcctcd here some Lime this wrot�tH*st wimMhjjh ever l�eiiormeoods o( matrimony , r Itev. .1. P. Westman omemting. j The Cra-nhrook .s-team laundry bus j l�een purchase*! by A. O. Hlaine r.ud 1 P. A. Small. l4�wt Friday niffht Kt^in�er Cdtner MHler wn� comlnfl we�t with u freight ami reman Williams was looking: after -the staking. There was a n>eet KchMlulo:! at SparwMo�d but Aliller's train failed to stop nb^r^ nod a fthort ways -l>eyoDl fireman Williams Haw the hea*!Ught of an engine nhea-d. auxl realized that something must l�* the matter. Fortunately it was on a Htrai>ght Seil Mcl^�d of 'he and . Mat art. riaugtiter �f Mr�. M. Mr- ' |oim (|S ,,|M,V )l)>n-t Uit^ ltn hmi UhmI- The rereuiony w�h |w'ib�rniwl by Itev. A M fJot^lon ot Kim.v Otmrch. Mrs. I>. McCaffrey and Mr C. WuinI assisted the bride end Ileal estate Uf^'til Hurt Clemuiens has on evhildtion at his �>lt'm' a few i l*unehi-s of wheat, oats and rye. all  | in lH�ad. Tltey are excellent *tnmpl:'H gmoiii. 'Vtw happy couple were lea- j tt|u( J( f||j|. ttVernue of the wain fields deivd a warm reception and heartiest j acre, rongratutations ni their many friends ting Mieir return. A ttuppt�r un'd dancing to Htirrmg Scottish siruins from the I>ag-PMM'S ul>(t violins, ami other appropriate music con;n  *.e,J towards the ei#jo.ui*ent. of M n hupp: evening by all. We evend hen; wishes * j i he � ulv x.tdd'nl tvain. who w^ll shortly oirupy th.dr ow'i house at St. Mar*."-. d ohn 11. Iteunet t, w ho bas Uvn searching for more ihnn a uumih bir his lost -hortr's, came hoim* t'his morning and found a ten pouol hoy in tlie house. Klder i t headl'igbt ht* jumiKid across vah io the engineer's �Wla and tha on ThtirMlay last, who will com-x>t*� I malice o|M�rution at once, and it is saw expected that within the n*x�t Hi My f Bead the Herald Ads. If your Stomach is Weak. If your Pood distresses you. and 3fd lr v�11 are Weak and Nervous. Cse Or. Shoop's Hestorat'ive month ami see what fit does for you. Bold by J. H. ttiginbotbam & Co. Odd Miller was banging out of th* window 'bolple*a. With great promptness he grablbod 1ho tihroMlc ai.d mopihhI xho train In timo to avoid piling into the ot-her engine, an act for which he -deserves great prafr* as lv> is a new man and would have been excusable if nl it is not in |ierfeet nrder. You know the tiny mechanism of a watch absolutely demamls that each of the ilo/ens of In tie parts springs, wheels, jewels, ete -lie just right, or good timing is out of the quest ion Watch Repairing Always 1ms Ixwi a hobbv of ours, to tlo the l>est work possible. . Armstrong JEWELER ENGB A VE* OPTICIAN. aaaaaaaaaa www www ww I - ;