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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta N.L.SIefkeM Mail KocMWM W H � hi ^ When you come to the Me tropolls stoy at the Palace Hotel NEWS THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers ttttMICftLT AT CKANK. Important Industry UHtabHsbvd in Ihe Oow'h NvHt Paw*. (Frank Pa|*r.) MAS CICKIO TMACKlNd. Prisoner Who Kscnpod In Northern i Wil/ls Hrcapturwl Afterwards �by Mounted Policeman. AND ! I'Vlninnton, July 11*t. K. Cnrtv evldenrp of the continued ! wull, who returned from the nowh WWW $1.00 per day Opposite CP.R. Depot Stephens * Itockeittini-f Proprietors Calgary KEAN'S THE STORK FOU Freth Strawberries Cherries Tomatoe*. Asparagaa  Cucumbers Oranges Lettuce Bananas Lemons B��l of Candiea at Right Prices ICE CREAM AND ICE CREAM SODAS A specialty. Our Sundaes UAYMONO (Prom the Chronicle..) Win. llobhs and family left Ui,-mond la�t. Tuesday tnornlnR' i ir Prc�ton, Idaho, where they go to o|hu its fu tut*. A partial InspecHon of Ihe iji'.um field* of the vicinity, reveal m >st satisfactory eotMHttoha. Grain is 'heading out rs|Odl>, the heads lining In inotf. eases of good wi/e, notn� t f thorn, very large. An examination oi tin Htfttks show them to he fre�h and vigorous and a strong hrlgnt green from the root to lip. Kwrv present indication Hh that fields prop* erly prepared will ylckl good If not heavy crops, Home >)wmg estimated ah high an from HO to 10 fiuahelu ti> the acre. Those are all non Irrigable j farms. i j Kx. Mayor Clias. McCarty ha� purchased the. home of !. Win. Knight and will Moon occupy It. j It**, and Mrs. J. Wm. Knight who 'returned to Canada �omc weeks ago \y\x a N'isit. left Thursday looming fur Utah which they intend * of putting in operation here an np-to^date |dant for the manufacture of ret now. The cnni|*any is a Ntron^ one On-aneinlly, i>eirrK capHali/^Nd at $;'.oru thejnfio, and having on lis board of di tvetors, men ktiown lor t#�eir �)irewd- � 'in investment�. A �Ke has lK�en secuiN^I Just Immetliatvly we�9t of the town and construction o|*�nvtIons will tw� cimiinenced imm�* I lately. � The various materials used in \\\� manufftrt ui% of c^tiicnf arc to t'ounvl in unlimited quantities in the itniiH'dlaic vicinity of Frank town. The nearest ceineni works now In o|k�ra({ou is at Calvary, bu-L the Frank company's plant v ill K- of a mora modem s�t*mp, caj�abie of g to stand trial at l-*d-i monlon. ' Sergeant Horkwidl is a big, wtriinp) ing fellow, one of the bi'g�gest i n.'tt on the force. The prisoner given in to his ehnrjpe at the l.atTfHiVtf Vgst week was charge*! vviih theft and i committed for trial at KdmonNm- Sergeant Hockvell started for uHint on with prisoner Kerr last Tues day oikI rmched lOgige's stopping , pltiee without mis))op, where they I were to s|mtx> the night. 'I>he s*^r -geont tnountod gviniHl over Ms prisoner ave f)reig left for Australia ta�t MoiHtav are tk'licioua * * J. W. Kean & Co Opposite l\ O. PhoMTt* Q lazing (^mining MACLKOI). tTroin the Oa�e*s. untlergning training for a nurse, retuith^l to her homo here ibis week havfrw gradual**! an! taken her di�gre*�. Harold, the 10 \>st unfortuna>te and strange u>-i "�t, Tm^lny evening, losing the 4�m* " his right fool. It Is not l.nowu $TOWN LOTS ^ - Mr. lAhi denseit was in towu in Mommy. He reports that Uujy hi *u broken sotm* seven hundred eres thi l^ikes, where t he prisoner had stopissl to put on his sho'*s. Hock-weM tool? tip the trail at daylight, Williams reluming home. Thr ^rgeam; follow^ l*v� trail for ten miles, |�as�ing through Mb lag- at tlh� Ixindiikg. ||0re H wan mi'Nl dithcuH to distinguish the tracks auumg the inauy footmarks, but (t |�eruijar patch on the heei of prepared to All oivlers to cover i irn Lota in Mocks IT and MfcV Apply \� He MACBETH Rw*I Estate nud tuttitruufe. ^ Kesidtditial 9 9 in wdmt manner the accident oned wdiile the. ! �� w-i* months ago And i\here at tiie pres -ent time. It is over a month since bv h*ft for UMlrtirklgy* Hti*;piial. Is�i a time it looked as though U* uieyond -the vail. Hrother In mi >W�d his son have Imn-ii s>taying u ho home of t-'Mer William I'.vans uhe was tristruuM*ntal in tne convvi i�n of the family ami their ^ratherm i*� this land. r I With l.ady dournallsts- Tot 1 icia. i�uu of the lady Jout^ab isls, writing in tb- HauAltou Herald sa>'?�' UihbrMge, one of th�* prettiest of tlu* smaller towns we have neen sc fnr, is also a very important one Cbiced as it is in t4*� center of a 1 he't ami wh.-at raising country, with the addid industry of its own con his prisoner ok he was resting. The Ner&Mtnt reeaptujvd his man t am! Is now on his way to Kxlmonr.m : l^ie advent lire is sjvoken �>f an l�eing one of the most retnarkable fevrs of tracking that -has !>een laid to m�m-t�vrs of the Mnunlwl Colice. p;o:o;o:o:o;o;o;o;ok^ r fELEPHONE NO. FOR ALL KTNDS OF wiirv womkn have tih: rrt.\s- ciiisK. Fresh and Salt Meats (f'uncrihtitftl by W.C.T.C.) Tht' stmhsit of current events and present day history must have notio-I lu�w marvelously t he t rond of publii opinion is toward the li^ht. Sfvkffs after ! Drtytog �i4 Ttu� Work All kinds of Draying ami 'Hie pns4 otthv at Kittle Plume h;is ti.i'11 ohanged from W. (Tereointed lns]HHHor of Licenses f.r*�h(s district. This includes IMncii-r t'tcek and the Pokk, as i4k� l>i�wi't lab t*vn di\fid\�d and eant of M.i '*od im�ik* a �'parate dis-triei, Horn-At Pincher Cret�k. �*n Tn irs day. duly r�th, to Mr. an I M's d w. Harwood, a daughter. Hhows gi%-�at |s�s^ii>iliiiis for the Seekers after truth and rl�hte*i?i-* -firi'ie We r.�aeb,ivial are ttoldl.v avowing 4he mod of tnoie interests, wo it was with unburdened information on subject* nn'e*du>g the consciences that we ImnWh.d ivws 'moral uplift and spiritual life of the papirdnm from our minis ami pre ' u*mvrs of buuilens, and of thit our national life. ing events amt wnnli*rlul new* ueees- fn,|,, 0\er iamt ant m*u couh1 our H. E. M1EBACH, Proprietor itf "th,. A. BRUCHET th,s o w e* CHURCH DIRECTORY. CATHOLIC OH UKCH. SuttUy Service*:- Low aiost* a.SU a. re.; nt|u atati, as alternate. II.Ml.; vespers, l.atl p. tu. UoUf Services:- Uasi 1.30 4. ai. Fattier Van TigUm. at twVr of Standard V. garaitf Matins and Eitasuag at  .W a m. aaii 7.30 p. m H'V MAKY'S MISSION. (Nu. o.� Suaiaf School at 3.00 at. Cveaaoag at 4 30 p m. - I (Fton lint* llerakl's Coriv�j>ondent ) * Tlie next big uttraption for Tatar ' Im� the WtvtttKnn match at the will m*w Iowa hall. Hatuivlay, July 91. at 8 o'clock p,m, btHweou d l|f*m-M*y. nliampipn of Manitoba and Tom ; Parkinson. Southerp AHwrto's nlmm- pum 111KMI0 waight. The real estate ag�ntM are *(-HiI business, o�kI lond mk'W * ; i'VH are jdxtusisl with what they see. ' All kinslK of f�oft Ktimmer drinks 1 and lee cream can tw foutwl In var-i tons 1 luces about the town. A free dpnee was gjlven Wtnlnesd*iy : evening nt CoiiRin's new hall, ihtnv l9ood attemianee and a Quite a numtM*r of rumors were rtoat this spring iv the total failure oi the fall whiHtt crop in this district and at one time early in the sprlig It di lo s j mjgg j�a sary noise and hurry, the ivfiof of u touum to throb with a thrill of quiet evening spent with the m.tst ; |H>eiancy that now. tivUd. are co.i -ciihured ae>d delightful men and wo- ! ing to us answers to prayer which men imaginable in -the charming | bUVe'U*n poimsd turth n- Iiuvi�m�( ,|,.u| -to t^ie able |�i�n of a had wanted without Udng aware of i woman, who in telling 4he st4>ry cf it. After t4�.. ,mll ss talk of wh�ai. ,-fmle Tom's Cabin," exjKisetl the town lots, eatil* ranching. He.. , horrors of whith had Us*n fsmnsl into our ears, t t�loi it was u great and sinevre relief. 'CMiristian nation. ihe Kcmv at the station in the ve,. [ The ivfornw inMitnt^l in the Hrit-sum hours is a petty memory, too. j i^, army in India. whiWi h^l her en.. We �toiKl. hands crossel. singhm 4 ranrermiH koiv in tlK* life of the Au I Ixing Kyfh* I ihink it was with Kvt�ry atttuttion ^iven the tntv(*lliiii( public Ftwsl StuluV in (*oiiiu*t*tioii Telephone 47 F4atK]8et'kt*r8*um] l{unclicr*s Hfiulquarturs $1.00 DAV t 1 on a sys-tem vxhiidi was the history's jiage of a 11 FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE, STOP AT THE of in a st �>piclon 01 touting that Rome our kind and gerr.ul hosts saw swinging on .tnaar-ls ihe ea^t The west is wide, the wet�t -is great and rushing and powerful, but one can imagine a sis-r.�t wMi in many * heort out there !.� k.h� a bit of the homey eastern farm ami the flnitth- .�d and comfopfahii* eastern city it*w n-ciuit. arkl whiih owes snmuuh to t�!ie t�rave American an>.l KngliMi W.C.T.C. women, who turned on '*i�! 4 oeare)ili>ght of (lersonal invest igat ion : ami exposed the horror of tlw� 'con Uigious uet," are si ill fresh in the iiiiomiry, and the names of do��piine Hutler and Kate Itushneti stond for- �h hs Ktars in a ver> Snky sky ! 1 ! WESLEY MKTHQDIST CHURCH. Rev. J. O. Hughnio, Pastor. Suaday services #t Jl.00 a ai. aad 7.80 p: Oi. Suaday School an! Mule Class at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wetlawlays, at 0.00 fcpwoiUl league, Fiilay�t at 0.00 p. m from Nomh I Dakota who were gath* jeiiel in front of the Pnm� for �the purpo*> of hoiuesteatliivg and buying lands. W.tJueMlu.v evening Hi shop VanOr -man pionotMH'od the words that united Will I^ahrum and Sarah Lindsay for life. They will spend then honeymoon down in t.lw ftuado ct' Ctah. 'Ithe dunce la�t night was t�iu> of r the lw�wt of the st'Hs*Tn. 'Hie work that wa�> liegun here a oilHv which help to t*>ur out t4te bove staieineiits. Spring wli**ai grown by Mr. C. S. Tench, a ft 7 in. an>l t tea ding out; brume gra-is giewn by Mr- W. Lynch, a abort dis tance east of town. 4 ft. U have any farnvrs In the .districMu ing \ ^Mit]H in samples of their grain from n >u on. eav LaoiberMa s Frkatf itowm. COMPLAINT IV It ION. CHILIS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS 1 t in mvm: ItltlCK. Intention ��i the lteorganiyrlaiirs f'olie, rhol era and l�iarHio^�a lt�uiu�dy and )�*-Hove wavtvl ttist life. 1 have 1 #en an-gaK^I fur te^ji years in immigraliun work ami conductmany parties to the south and west. J carr>  (Calgary Herald). The c sufheient 1 o enable th.. eiuupauy to nun out I.OOO tons a day V brick plant will be ,�|*-n.'>l up in the n -ar future Ihiring the summer months child 1 ren are subject to disorders of tha tMUvels which should receive carefu atteiitiiui as s*>on as the first unnatural looseness of e for bowel complaint u* ChamlK*rlalu'a Colie. Cholera and Ofarrhoea ltem�dv as it. proiupi ly cont rols any unnat ural Kio^mu^h of the tawels. For �al� by alt druK'giKt* MON^V IX STHAWHRRHIKS. Nelson News - V fruit *grow*�r. iv- CLAIM THEV AUK INN'fiCEN T. (tlreat Palls Tribune, duly CJ.) j ii Mclaughlin and KriH�st Hatu*iS. : J who were brought hack tu this -ty j from lx�thbi idgc* 'J'nesday even. ^ ly; 'Chief Pontet, on the suspicion they were implicated in ihe rohhei y of the Northern 'Hardware company's vtor.� Juno *>. were yesier It..' ar - F 1 eaigned in dust'ice HahWJ >� co�i� t ' Hnth men tvfusojl |.� \ t\W ;i |d.*.*. *o :rnt and BAPTIST TAltt RNAOLK. Rev* C. Psdlef, Pastor. Sunday Services at II HH a. m. 7.30 p. m. Sunday Hrhool at 3.*0 M ai. Prayer inrrtlag \V*lnf*!�y eveatog at I 00 o'clock. bewMi Oirele Walseaday afterooott) at 1*0 o'clock. HiislaAary uteetlM^ 1st aad Ird FcMftf� ta laaiM Reud the Herald Ads. all the people look *od t*#\ the boiuo. Jsunrgale court of Biuwiw County. the court entertti \\ \\U\\ of \mH �ding not agneut distance from N,d, \gMi> Uu. 4^ln y,^Ky w^Vi%\ t,x^tu- m ft three and om*-ftfth ' tfi0� v in the firm di�gi�h�. acres p�teb of Mrawlwrle*. 'IMte crop u\xU i,on ri.fnae to say anyihing was t�elnw t.he average owing to the frosts m the early spring. 'Wm dft-nuinti for strawberries is for in i*x- e**s of the pit'>eiit ca(�atiilitles of Koot^nay fruit growers to supply an-d no fiekl of enterpriw? ofTers moie proftt able ri^urns and. ffenor^lly speak ing. more tileasrng rondit*inn$ of lo'bor, thnu the cultivation of frtt all druggists. S. T. Ha^toiJo, ^leputv tommi*' oner of fisheries for Ontario, ha* -een dismissed. K. A. Id 14le, the |t(\'s�*nt ivpi\'a*u tative of Cardwell cftunty in the Ov tario I^pislaturu, ha�'heffii ele*�e�d for the position in* ragiatrar of the about the ease., uUuv Mian Mhm aiii have no ^iiUeuliy in prov.-iK (heir 4�rioc\*rjr,i. 'niey have not >t.| engfctgwl couusei (o ilefemi them. BRIGHT mnd SPARKLING Wines for the elaborate liau-tjueto'r Ihe simple family repast en 11 bo ordered from us with the au-taiitty that ttie tjualtty will be high and Ihe prices moderate Our Foretell and Domestic Wines are Kiitherded from the laujt urowerB at home and abroad. 5^T"T"TTT "T WWW WWW How is Your Watch Running la it alwaya faat or alow � Never quite on time? #Per-hups the wafeh is capable of very accurate running, but it u not in perfect onler. You know the tiny mechanism of a watch ab-aolutely demands that each of the dozens of little parts - springs, wheels, jewels, etc - l>e just right, or good timing is out of t lie question Watch Repairing Alwaya haa Wen a hobby of ours, to do the l*est work possible. iteittM White, IVmbrooke. son of the 1m# Hon Peter \WWte, ieill r4.;i-lest North Itenl'rew in the Conner -'vatjvT4j. intcreot tor too Commons, M. E. ROV Whuh-iiitf Dealer tu WINKP. LIQUQRS ami CIGARS I c v�, Letnbrltlfge. AUa. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. r 1 ;