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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I H.L.S(cpbcM Mall t�(ktMMrJi When you come to the Metropolis stay at the acc Hotel *f I $1.00 per day mm, NEWS OF THIS RECrON Tak^n From Sdlfthcrn Alherta Papers CRMKK.T AT fllANK. ; Important Itnliistry lOnktblish''*! ' iho Crow's Nost t'aan. in WAS � TKACKIK� Northffrn nAYMONP. I Opposite C.P.R. Depot I Stephens * llockendoi'f Proprietors Calgary, Alberta KEAN'S THE SJORE FOR Fresh Strawberries, Cherries Tomatoes. Asparagas -Cueuaibers Lettuce Oranges Bananas Lemons r ^ ' . n . a-^ exprossing flw rvgrvt of C*abN and family loR flt,-moiKl last Tuesday inor�in�: 11 Preston, Idwho, whore they ((o lo open a mottern hotel, Mr. l!.>!.'s has done well in Canada atuj ha") ih'.-nK>.st un4joundet to tip. Kv'.'cv preseni indication Hh that ficldit prutH erly prepaivd will yiekl g�od if not heavy crop�, Home iliei-ng: estimalod m hi^ as from ao to 40 t>UKht>lf) lo the acre. These arc all non irrigiahle farms. Kx. Mayor Chas. iMcCarly hospor-chaiwd Mk' homo of J. Wm. Knight and will soon occupy it. U'-. and Mrs. J. Wm. Kni'ght who rctumod to Canada �omc weeks ngo i>n a *'isit, left Thursday inorning I for Utiih whicJi they intend to make iMieir pennanent residence. Private and public functions were given in N ANTON. (From the News.) It is proposMud to hold an agric il-tiirp' e.�h)i'bition h?i-p this fttll. A tr-legraiu was received here ye.s-toriJa.> .stating iihnt Arthur Phillips, son of W. R. Phillp.rt� out on the Wela.skiwin, liratKh of the C.P.R., where .1. A. Find.ay and W, .1. Mc-l.orei. ha%'e their contracts. \o par -ticulai's were given. I. P. Ransom has l>c�usiness which will le-cfuire his presence fchcre for a y*ar ci j>osfiiibly loi�g4'r, ani:! will kave a.-! soon as he cam rent. Iiis k ago �and will be .neoKly for harve1y the best fieM ot AllWto Itel in this section, and wihile .it' was d*ma^od some by iite dry wealbpr of Ihe rarly spring it is coming out aU rl'ijfht iiiud will make 'a tford crop. Whiaat i^wed early and put in right will make ^ good crop in this country in amy saason. MAORATH. J.W.Kean&Co Opposite P.O. 'Phoneme prosperity ivnil social progress this and the stirrounding towns. of MACLliOD. Oiazinp; - Graining W. M. BARBER f�ainter and Decorator Carriage Piiinting a si)eciiih.y Kalsoutining Paiierhai)(;ing TOWN LOTS Keaidential Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance, (From tihe Gazet^te.)-Wo aiv informed thot M. Maclean of R. loll and Co., ha.r jnierly of Macleod, met with ,\ 1i .>sl I imfortiino'ie and trtrange n>-cii*">il Tuesday evening, losing the f,r'�.i toes ond small jueces of '-hrce oi>, p. ai, . Ceiabration ot Holy Coiuiuubioa:- 1st Sunday in the looiith, 8 a. m. (PiaiB), snd il a.m. (Choral). Sill Suwtaf after MatUa. Other Sua- daj-a at 8.30 a.m. Oaili Matins and Etiasoag at O.sn a. m. aiut 7.30 p. m ST MARY'S MISSION. (No. 8.� Suddaf School at S.OO p. m. Eveasoag at 4.30 p. id, _ (From the Mows.) The posit ofllce at Little Plume h.is l�pen ohangcd from W. Oohliett's to IM. Clark's on Plume Creek. R 13. Lawrence has sola therasi:'! he recently purohasMi from ttalph Coiner to a Mr. McKenzie from Mi'.'; River, .^t a ntectting of the ScAiool Board on Motvday, the position of maiiiie matii-al master was offered to Mr. Oco. Penliand, of Heatihcatie, Oni., yi'th .\. R. Oirdwood ors al'tcrn�ti-.-o. Miss Fraser was cilTered the posiition of teacher of ^liandaivl V. Miss Margaret Caklwell, of Cardston, w�s np^ pointed primary, specialist wMh Mis.' Itfinnie Rowe of Rrockville, Ontario,' as alternate. WESLEY MEl'HbDI.'3T CHURCH. Rav. J. O. Hujthaiio, Pastor. Saadaj services ! J LOO a. m, aaii 7.80 p: m. Suaday School aal IMtkle Class ai S.OO p. oi. Prayer Meeting, WeilAwdays, at 1.00 IP- �>. Epwoita League, Ft .days, at 8 00 p. at. KNOX CilURbH. chool at S-OO p. m. Prayer Meeting etth Wedaesday sveaiag at 8.00 aVhtk. BAPTIST TAB* RNAOLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.80 p. m. Suaday School at S,�d p, ni, Ptaysf mectiag U'sdniwday avealag at 8.6s 'elock. SairiSS Circle Wadaa�day efternoost all JO o'elock. **liSffi'tot2!ir *^ Read ttas Herald Ads, TABOR, (Flow, tthe Herajd;s Correapondent.); The pext bijf ori will be the WrestKng match �t M>ej now town hall. Satu|vtay, Ji�ly .8>. at 8 o'ctopk p,m., be>tween J." R�W-i �cy, champion of Mai*itt, 'I'he real eiitat� agent* arc sWll re of peopta from North' IJakota who wore gath-onci in front of t ot hiMiiesteading and. buying lands. Wednesday evenlmg Iti Aop VanOr -man pronoitncod the woiuls tibut unttod Will Labrum and Sarah Lindsay for life. They will spend their hon>:>yinoon down in the S>tiate ci Utaih. Ilho dance losit nigiht was .one of the be�t of the season. The work that was Ijegun hero a tveekftgo on the slaition pitblic wull and ferry, is hoing push.-d by the several giings of worknip;>n. M. L. .Scott has sohi ifcbe soutih bult of his lot to a North Dakotiain fi>r !llt8CM>. .\ new orchestra Is starting called the* "Union .lack Bawl." The Ohlri-esj miinicians  pract>'K� ejtrn-estly each nig^t. 1^ lead instrument is the twp litTivigM (iiMla ahd is played by Sam Hop). Ail kinds of crops look well and all tite people took and feel tiie some. (From the Pioneer) Mr. I>ave Greig left for Australia la.sit Monday. Mr. I4:hi .lenscii was in town 'en Muiiuay. He reports that they 'c bi'oken some seven hundred cres i.hiiTJ spring wtiich places about two thoUK a�id acres reaidy for cultivation. The funeral service over the remains of Envi'Ie Diou ttere held in iiie Assembly Hall last Monday at 10  clock. The deceased departed , this l!i�) at the liD>UtbridKe Hospital on Sunday morning. The deceased was .'il years of aig� and a ntttive of IkMgiinn. leaves a wife and three chii'dren to mourn his loss. One of the childivn acoo'n-pafniti.i him to Magrath some thrtt}> months �go �and is^here at t*ie pr.^s -ent time. It is over a mont*i since he left for I>.>|}i4�rid�ie Hospital. .For a time it looko:l him beyond t'he vail. Brother l�ii?H '^d his .Son have 'lieen s>ta.ying a- he home of . Fy th-.- infornMt'tioii Just given to the public that a cnin-l>any of western capitalists, in cor. junction with a number of loc^nl iwn has tjeen oi'i for tiw.' purpos-of pittting in operation hero an to^latt' plant for tiio manufarture of pet ncnt. The com|iany is a stfofiig one financially, 'Ijeing capitaViM'Kl ail Sl'OCi-0t�inp, ca|>aihany, when 'everything is in operation, will he prepared to fill orders to cover Jill this territory. This is an impprtant indusitry fcr The Puss, and i I-ing town of Fritihk, inasmut^h a-i a lai>p; amount of rewdy money will be put in circulation, .1. F. Silyerm�h. vic.^ presiifent of tA� Coal Comj)any; r of the Electric Li�iht Company and C. I). Mi^Hae. coni^i ruct ion enK*t. .1. Christie has bei?ii np-iwinted lns|i�c.tor of Liceh.ses I'ijv'his district. This includes Pinciii-r (.reck oind the Pass, as the PisiU;iX las heen divtrietgh there would not be mucfti of a ci-op, 'but since t he iibmtdant rains ia May and th� fine weather s>ince the fall wheatt, as well as all Qither crops, has rome on a-mazingly-until nowfair crop is fissured. Mr. Duibhie, who Is ohe oitho largest w^eat groyer.* in tho disitrir day which was thirty Inches, higli and beginning to head out which he m -peels to go (thirty btishels to the acre and numerous "others report simTilar coitditions. The following samples of grains and grasses may lie seen at Messrs, Berry & Playlo's ofllce which help to bear oiH tihe a-�>ove statements. Spring wh..'�i grown by Mr, C. S. Ttnch, 2 ft. 7 in. and tieodliig out; brume grass gn.wn by Mr. W. Lynch, a slioft distance east of town, 4 ft, 3 ��.; clover in �>lossom, a ft, 6 in. gi^own, by Mr. Upton over on tlie Kootenai: el-so Egyptian spring wVat 8 ft. 8 in grown by Mr. C. S. Tench, on tli.' South Fork. We wiil hs pleas d 10 have any farmers In ihn district'bring samples o( thfeir grain from mw on. Patricia, one of the lady jouitnal-ists, writ/ing in th.? Hamiilton Herald says' lA-thbridge, one of tho prettiest 01' �the smaller towns �re have- seen sc. far, is also a very iiikpori'ant one. place,! as it i.s in the center of a bent and wheat raising country, wit")! tho adcicd indiistr.v of its own cor' ininf.9. it is not surprising that it shell's great |�os.s-il>ilit.ies for the fu.i/ie. We reached the town in the evening which' i�revented our .seeing' the mines and t(he other comm'-rcial iii'teiests, m it was with untiupdened consciences that we Itanishrd news-papLrdom from our minds and pre-paivn to enjoy tihe luxurious recept -iort afTordnd our party: Picture to yourselves, after t.he long day of travel, after the neces-j (i�om over nary noise ar.d htirry, the refief of a quiet evening' spent with tktc m.�st cuUured and delightful men and women imagiina4:klo in 1/lie charming Chinook cltvl� tcvpene.i to tb9 falir sex for the fir.'Jt tiin�e). I t, an.l it was what we bad wanitod witVioiit lueing aware of it. After tlie j.mll.ss talk ofwh.^al. town lots, eatiH.' ranching, etc., whiiih 'had Ijeeu pouiv'd into our ears, it was a 'great and sincere roViof, �^t he sceiv? at tJi.^ st.^tion in the vee snia' 'hours is' a pivity memory, t4>o. Wo sitood, hvtnds crossed, singinfi Au d Lang Syne. 1 think it was with a Rispiclon of longing that some oi' our kind and genial hosts saw us swinging off 'toivnr.is the eas.t again. Tho west is wi.1e, I'lie west is 'great and rushing and powerful, 'but one con imagine a sefr.^t wiBh in many % 'heart out there to S'je a bit of the homey � eastern farm and the flnish-�! and eomfoi't.itile enttern oily. Prisoixr Who Escaped in Wilds Recapturwl Afterwards 'by Mounted Pollconion. Edmonton, July 11.-I. K. Coin-I I wall, who returned front this ivonh ; Satiirda.y evening, tells of on a'-lven- ; ture which Sergeant Rockwell, of the : North West Mount�l Polict> exfvrion-cod fchlle bri'iiging in a pri.sonsr ijorn t'he LomKng to wlnnd trial nt l^d-iiionton. Sergj-ant Rorkwell is a big. s|>j ing fellow, one of the Ijd'Sfgesl 1 ,".11 on the force. The f�ri.soner given into his charge at 1'h�! landing Ijfst week was rhargwd with theft ar�d committeimot�ti>n. Sergant Rockvell started for Itkl-montofl wiWi firisonei- Kerr last TVies day and ranched Eggo's stopping place without mishap, where iiv'.'y were to sp��i>f> the night. 'lihe star -geont nioimtod guard over his prisoner during the night, but not feel -ing well, sat 'down with his 'back lo �the 'door facing t'he hr'.l in which the prisoner slept. He dozoti ofV for a few iniinutes, awl when he owoke Kerr had cnectod his escape t y crawling over the bed ami out through a wi'n':low, making ofT into t4tc btish with hi�t sltoes in )iis hands. Sergeant Rockwell was on the chase in n .sliort time, but 'it was daik and he himio4l for a trace of Kerr's tracks in vain. He then went dow/i to Vernriliion river ond priDCur-e.l t. hor.sc from I'^d. William?;, "^-iio ac.-i>inpanie:l him back in "search. After a few hours' seaixh they discovered Kerr's tracks at a plooa called, Tw'> Lakes, where the prisotter had stopptHl to put on his shoes. Rol^k-we'l tool^ up tho trail at daylight, Williams returning hotnc. The Fergieai);t toUowr)^ tJhc trail for ten miles, passing through th�.^ villas'' at the Ijan'dinig. Here it was mesl ditneiiK to dist'i'nguish tbe tnukfc among the iimny footmarks, hut a- (tecul'iar patch on the heeli of 'cmn of Kerr's boots gaw him awaj-. Tim sergoant continued on tho Track until he rpoched Baptis.s^', ten miles north of the Landing, where became upon his prisoner as he was resting. T'he Bsrgvmnt recaptu/ed hi.s, m.an and is.now on his way to rjdmpnt'.on The adventure is spoken of as t>.^ins o�ie .of the most remarkable fears of tracking tba,t 'has lieen laid to m^in-hers of the MountmI Police. - AND Just RMdvtd Tiirat CwloMs. My and g0t Rirat cMm. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNicol; Genent I Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Now occupy rAdams Lumber Co. Old atand-Round Stf�fet IFor Farm Property Plenty of Rain, SufTidcnt Simshinc { Marvellous Growth iFor Town Property C. p. R. Works and ShoM. High { Lcircl Bridge. Subway, NumeroMS { Bvildiags ^ We have 155 acres, 5 miles from town, at $750, tema. *. S We have 240 acres, 3 miles from town,> IliOOO improve-" E ments, only $6000, 20 per cent will handle. Come in and talk to na about other properties. . _ SPECIAL-a New Cottage well painted and tiniahed south # ! of RedpntK street, one block from Round, only, $950. E See us for other Town properties. , *" Agent North American Land Co. L ETHBRIDGE OFFICE, ONE DOOR EAST FIRE HALL i p:o:o,o:o:o:oio:oioxxoTo:^^^ NO.l WHEN WOMEN HAVE THE FRANCHISE. (Contributed by W.C.T.U.) The student ot current evewts and pie moral uplift and spiritual lilo of the l�eaners of biitdens, and of tiio.se who carry on our social awl poliiit-il national life. Si/irring events and won.lerlul t�.'�s lat�d aind .sea cans'-' "r hearts to t'hrob with a tihrill of i-i-(lectaney tHwit now, i�:ky"i, ore c.r.n-ing to us answers to pra.ver which hove"^ been pouretl lortli as tncei>se, and have roaohod the ears of "thu Lord (JotI of Sabbat-h." The O'bolition of slavery on this continewt wMhiin recent .years, oW'js a good deal 'to t'he able pen of a woman, who in telling n t'he life of the r�w recruit, and which owes soniiioh to tihe brave .American ami Eng'i"*", W.C.T.U. women, w'ho turned on searchlight of personal investigatioiv and e.vposofl t4�e horror of the 'con-tiagious aet," are siiill fresh in lite memjry, and the names of .Ios?p'.iino Butler and Kate Rti.shnoM stand forth as stars in o very 'inky sky. -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fre^h and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON The Hotel Windsor fl. E. MnCBAGH, Prdprielor Every attention given the truveiling public Feed Stable in connection . Telephone 47 Landseekers'and Riincher'a Headquarters RAXES, $1.00 PER DAY FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE [ HOTEL DALLAS MliaiJ's Uaiisfai llaahcnlirs Fricsd BOWEL COMPLAINT IN REN. CHILD, TO MAKi; iUtlCK. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED ERIEWDS '�^:r.ir- I j_;�-..;!. i-jj. � Intention of the lleorganizefd well Milling Co. nil SAVED HIS COMTIADE S LIFE - (Calvary Herald). Tha BuUvvll ("o;il company ""ut Ije'vh-bridge with �hi.h Mr. Underwood is connect.c�d hiis ehang.^ handM, aid the proi^erl^v h-iii'iDitili will t�e in iho hands of th'' Dianiowi Coal Com -iwny. A nuinlier of eastern capit;il  isifs are interest..';! in 'that company, which is eapitaliad at IJ million dollars, PeNelopmenl work will be During the sunvmer months child ren are subject to disorders of thaj iMiwels which should receiva carefu attention as soon as tjie first unnatural looseness of 'the bowels at>pears lUie best medicine  in ".�� for-^ bowel complaint is Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedv os it.i iirotnpt.ly controls any unnatural l.iosr-ness of the liowels. For sale by all drug-gists. CLAIM rllEY ARE INNOCENI'.  ,uii.i,  t r. _,Hndertal;r.n iniinMlmtely sufllcient to "While returning from the (Jrandi _,, , . . ,, I. _ enable the company to turnout rmy Encampinent at Wastiirifpinn . ^ . . i . , . , r,.^ ' ' j , ., .. 1.000 tons a duy. \ brick pant City, a comrade from l.lgm. 111., was .,, , , . , taken with choJera morbu.s and was '"">r>^n'*'l �P "' f"*'""-' in a critleal condition," sa.vs Mr. .1.1 --o-- E. Hoiighland, of Eldon, Iowa. "I cave him Chamberlain's Colic. Choi era and Diarrhoea Remedy and l>e- lleve saved his life, t have leen en- gaged for ten years in immigration | fjding not agreat Work and conducted many parties to the south, and west. I alvays carry this remetfly and have used it successfully on many occasions." Sold by all druggNsts. MONEY IN STRAWBERRIES. Nelf^on S. T. Bastodo, 'ilepiity CiOinmis'ilon-er of fisheries (or Ontario, has Sern sinisscid. E. A, Litttle, the pfe.'wivt represi'ii-tativo of Cardwell cflunt;^ in the o1-tarip Legislature, has been eleciv^id for the positipn qf registrar pf the 'surirgate ro�ri of Bin�Oi>� County. N�'Ws:-A fruit 'grower, re-di&tnnoe from Neb son. who.se 'name ve are not at liberty to publiMli, bas .this Bett.son clear ed t.1,.-.00 from n t.Jiree and one-ft�th j acres |tatoh of st rawlierrlfes. 'Kie crop ' was l�elow trhe average owing, to tho d�- ffJreat Falls 'fribune, .luly 12.) G. Mclaughlin and Ernest Dani.�.s, who Were brought back to this i't.y from LMhbiidge Tuesday oven, i^t I y (.Miief Pontet; on the suspicion ; i-.e.t they were implicated in iho rolibeiy of tlve Northern 'Hardware conipany's .'jlore June *>, weira ye.ster ti..' ar-rnignoil in .IiKst^co Sanor'l cdu) t. Hath men iv?fused t'l ta^"" a I'I-'A' the court entered a I**** **f guilt.t for 4|ven). They w�ivies is far in e.x- ; i^,,.),, iinnon,|((wg,d coiinwl to defend them. Koot'may fruit growers to supply --o-- aird no field of enterprise ofllers moie f.'eraid White, Pcnvlirooke, son of profMo'lde returns ai>d, UMierally the late Hon. Pet'Sr White, �'. LIQUfaatS'SP" CIOABS P t V>, ? ; 'brtbtirlilKe, Alli. : How is Your i Watch Rmmmgi Watch Kepdriiiig Is it always fast or slow ?  Never quite on time? ,Per-  haps the watch is capable of very accurate running.^ hut it is not in perfectii ortler. You know, the'tiny | mechanism ojf a watch ak- \ solutely demaildiiB that each ��tai Mi wms. ;