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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ************* �*****"g " II. L S(epticn� Mill Rocken*wi When you come to the Metropolis stay at the IPalace! Hotel NEWS OF THIS REGION 1 Taken From Southern Albetta Papers MAG HATH. $1.00 per day (From the Pioneer.) A big crowd of Raymond folks passed (through town on yuemiay on routo to the KootenHy'ti. Among the number were: Mrs. W. .1. Tanm-r, .Mrs. .1. W. Kvans and two girls, Miss Laycoek, Mr. II. P. Keillor, Mr Arthur McDuftee and Mi. Hurt Ituko ami his sister. There were nevifiteen in all. Mr. John Peterson of 'ibe I e.ii lleM met. with a very pulnl'ul n cedent, hint Friday evening. A nor � tbnt tie was riding mumbled tin I fell, I lie rider tielng underneath ten; J gained a 'broken ankle. Hr. Hun I.m>-whs summoned and immediately .''ft 1____, _ nj. � � � Jin � '��'� young man's ft.,inc. Mi. W&VWVW*********T*T j f rtuM ,,.,,,) mptnher was not nnd 'Very tbing is going along nl defaulting teller of the Medicine 11 nl of tihe Union Hank inn I. good his i'Sl-tlpe to Mexti'o. Soigt. Uuinii of the It.N.lVY. I', who wns detniUwl to follow ( i",in|i-ton tninsl him from point, to i�.iii' nlong the rK/in there hini.e1' i'he bright little ft y�pt t�y Mrs. Quinn to he ii9,*l in rnso of toothnehe nod th. little Ind sWiillo\v.�d ntiout. on ounee of the tuirnimt liefoiN' he re nli/i (. the elTeet whieh it wns having on him. I�rs. Smith, Smyth uud Woi.^l'Hnd pave the poor lit'tle ehap every possible nttont'ion nneij B/iKl cake and Oalgary salt (or pr.-servlng flf�h. Mr. 10. consoles himself >by Maying, "I didn't gel \v �' anyhow." Saturday ni'g�bt nt 8 o'clock, tho C'ounln's o|�era house was ll'g'1iiU�d und tin euger crow>d gatiheivd, und pn.d tbelr money 'to �ec I'he wresiliii} hoiit, lietweon Mnnitobn's champion, Mr. Hnmnny anhc country Ihiau come to ru ali'A) tiluit tlx-lr crops might, now look bettor hud they been Ik-I tor cured for. Wo feel Hotilewluvt responxHilo for Mw recent 'iiiciviised fait.h in onsie'-n t'olorii'do, mid similar h-.h-lions. Vet wo hnv'o trWvl to wnru the newcomei' wH'h his new ho|x; tlwil ho miiHlwork wHih care imn! tl'llfgence mxl i>li�erve closely tihe .soi,;i�llllc principles Involved In lK>tih tbe prepiirwtlon o( tbe soil and tilH1 cnreful starting iiml Cotiservat'ion of -tlio nil I waters. Now 'is tihe 'lime Mie erit'm'i'/.i'iig skeptics are wntobing results. ihkI doubt'lns.H many hnve snid, "A;h, Mr. Parmer, I tol'd you so." Krom ffeipienl reiimrks cnugbl. in our travel on trnins through the WRGONS and Just Received Three Carloads. Erly and get First choice. Come ENTERPRISE LUMBER GO. Ltd. J. W. McNuob, (ienenil Mamiger, Lethbrklge, Alta. Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old stand-Round Street the two by IbiiMy pounds, yet. lie ! �'�ut�try in the past live monUrs, we i he tiuilding in which the lire origin �tied wns badly rharnil. n*> however, through tbe ,,.t i of Mie fire not -definitely known. I inn of the ncid internally prov.Kl t... luit it in presumed that light-nine, smrtwl il has a gang of mei. and tenuis at work grading his lots � >n iIm> hill opiNmitp tbe It. C. ehuivh i He has 'JOO feet mpinre on the our ner of Kettles and I'hrislie street^ nod iiNiking tbree terraei*. ' from one vii'.^se>i'-i from home of the Seriff.. who has l�v>n nrross the tKililer for svcii W.-el." on priliee duty Ik-IiI the Mnni'toblan to his w.irk 'Phr rule wns on I eh as en I eh ciwi. * It took the Mani'tobian a much longer t'iini' than it takes to tell it, to down the wirey Parkinson, but he did it. In tin; second bout, it took Parkinson about three seconds put the Mnnl'tobinn's shoulders to tbe Door. Then it was that the ,u I i.'iiee went wibl but the big lean from Manitoba put 'the champion' utii.Mle we'rgbl down twice in nboiii t^-li sn.-imiwlml -flollars. Yesterday Presidents Allen, and llrniwlly were �t tbe I. I>. S ehurch Itot'h spoke nt length on tin' pi In -clplew of tbe gospel. A large audience greeted them. Interesting �et-v'ices weiv> .heUI at tihe Presbyierian .�huroh. lost week a w.s-baby girl came to bless the nlreudy btipp> home oi \\, O. I a ns John II llenix'ti is the happy fotber of a bouncing l-a>!iy *io> than appeaixil upon the scene abj.n ibe same time. Tbe outlook for u good yiehl in all crops is goo0 m,,,,h No. I Btil.-I Hav itn .1 Halt* .oral.-aUon,{ '� wlu> rp�ord ecu|lar coincident At jibe recent Methodist conference th reverend gentleman *a* transferrxsi from (Mds to High lliver. and upon his arrival here, he picked up u High I Itivcr Tini.s, while awaiting a shav. '.it Tuck'.* Imrlvr shop, ami read a bout a team of horn's having sin> | .si to the premises of Captain Pie's inlKiiit IH miles west of here The { .lescription and brand given in the j notice unswer of pivsse.i t�rick with Nione facings. It is to have t, full hsuseiiient and two storie with a flat roof. News was received yesterday of the sinklen deatb of Mrs. UjkIv.v. wife of (^harlei* Liihlwy miv'I mother of the genei-ul manager of the Coal �*o. ami that gentleman left on the east-l>ound C.P.It. truin lusl night (or Toronto to attend the funeral. Mil' Ijindsey was Tfl yenrs of age ami has for some time Iwen an invalid. She was it he eKIest ilaughiler of tin' Int.' William l-yon Mackenzie, tbe lenl>elt Is not go  rapidly moving westward. Potatoes may 1*> harrowed any time after plant log, to tbe t hue the tops will not readily |miss .tihrough | Ibe tei^'h of tbe harrow, except jusi I as they are coming tbrougih ilie j ground. As voon ns tbe lops are om ' I to the air and sunlighl. tbey lake on tbe r In tbe centre tbnn rlov to the hills. Keep in mind these facts, that �t is" ulesirnble to ciilti vale .deeply tbe first time nnd ilK" mulch sbonVd lie fine an*! even or 'evel on tin* surface, noil the top of Mie firm soil N'lnw the niulcb left �s level ns fwissihlp. Pepth of PullIvatIon. Hero is u sutijeit Miat lins iirnnx complex problems. To su.v. t'ulli- For Farm Property Plenty of Rain, Sufficient Sunshine $ Marvellous Growth For Town Property a mcnts C. P. R. Works and Shops, High i Level Bridge, Subway, Numerous Buildings * W� linv�� 155 acrps. 5 miles from town. at. $750, terms. Wo have 240 acres. H miles from town, $oHK)0 improve- R only $(MHK). 20 per cent will hnndle. � Come in ami talk to its nliotit other projjerties. SI*H!('IAIj a New Cot time well paintitl and finisluMl south ^ of UtHl|)ath street, one block from Round only. $950. See ns for other Town properties. ilO.S.KNISELY J \ Agent North American Land Co. ; LETHTVRTtXJE OFFICE. ONE DOOR EAST FIRE HALL SI Mrs. 11. I".. and kiugh4er. Ilea trice of It.inn. II.IV, are wsiiuih at Mr. .1 TiiIImm-i's. Mr. P Hansen. of the C IV It briilge cii>w. St Mary's. ute shullouly,' or ".ultivutu Je..|.- lene of I^>tbbridge. was n, visrinr j ly.' convoys but little information. ni.AiitMoiti:' rilUKL'll Muml�y Services:- l.uw mass, b.'jU a. m . htkb u*o�k, M.M.; vespers, 3tt p. ut Daily Services - alui i.30 a. in. Father Van Tifcaeu�. ST. AUOUSTINK'S I'HUItCli. (Anglican ) Rev J S CUIvcre, A. K C. Rector Kev David Jonea, It A , AesUUal Sundays:- Matlos at U.00 a. in. Sunday School at 3.W) u. ut Kveusoag at 7 30 p. in. Celebration ol Holy Communion:- 1st Sunday in iho manth. 8 a. m tPlaiu). and II u in. i('hoial). 3iit Sunday after Malt) a. Other Suu- Uays at 8 :ii� a m. Dally Maliint and tttusoun at � 3" a m. and 7 30 p. ui A ST. MAItY'S M'KSlON. (No. S.) Suuday Hchonl at 3.00 p iu. KveuttoiiK at 4 30 u. ui. VVKSl.KY MKTII0U1ST CUUIU'll. Hev. J. a. IIukIunni, Pastor. Suuday service* �t I l.oo a. ui. and 7.30 p. iu. Sunday School guJ Pi hie Class 3 00 p. in. Piayer Meeting, Wediuiduys, at o.OO i� Hi. tpwoiUi League, Ki Jays, at 8M p. ui; (Prom the Times.) On WelnesMlay a meeting of the oil -i?.-ns of Coleman was held for the purposi. ol organizing u brass bam1 lor that town. It was decirtisl to order the instruments at once, so I'ol.iiiun is now abtmrod of a Inn I A large amount of work is ! done nt Crow's Nest, where the � P.It 'have i'siablished tbeir new.;.-! isional point. Six aiklitionnl s 1.1. > tracks aic to be built und the .una1 lino in to Ik.' Inwerod wix feel J. I.ongbeed, who has lieen s|>end . ing b.un�� lime looking over the Co Imlt country, on Tiies 11v He thinks highly of Cobalt, but �i i s it is cursed by the worst tool nun ' Ing laws ever devised on the continent. A man nhni��i llenjaimn Parrmh I On Monday (ieorge Hornet, a .\u und his son. settlers near the Alkali||*liter employed on tbe now trippl. at St. Mary's Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. McNab made Mi"ii periodical marketing trip to aiv.lfr.mi lA'tbbri,\ pirnic |>nrties nnd n>-sorters from ]j*tb4iri({ is no� prnet lea! 1  k�mi . .rally 'Phe water is much cle.uv �ban previously, but being contain by carcasses often seen dnfi ing along or l(�l�..| here and theie nsbore. while public 'health is men nc��d. and such nuiwnncef. ha-d l�eite lie combin.sPv dealt with, the soon >'r tbe Is'ttiu- 'I'lie pi.-s.-tiee ot es^iere t iN'ing aniioun.ed. tbe ciiKtomary 'snake lale has Ix-oiue |iopulnr will, j conversing uroups Also, recent ly, it j Is ivporiel on - party wn� approach , .si by tbos- supposed lienrs, which j however. proM'l i" be a family o>' bristling, li.iiiuless porcii|iines .nit for a evening's hi roll Two. coyotes, uhich vvei-e cnplured b\ the bridge cte� i...\s, hnve rev nine I their libi-riy ii,-l ii re probably emit tinit -I.'0(1111 howl- in unison aiii-ilieir lulls-,. I,- ,-,.....a.l's nightly M.\cLi:t>n (From tbe Advance ) Knox cnimcu. (fteaUytcrtau.) Ikt. A. M. Hortloii, Minister. Sunday Services it it 00 a. ui. and 7.30 p. in. Sunday Sehuul at S.M p. in. Prayer Meeting rnfc Wednesday cvruiug at 8 00 uVlllk. BAPTIST TtHt ItNACLK. Hev. C. Psdlef, Pastor. Sunday Sei vices at H-00 � �> 7 30 p. iu. Sunday School at .'! P �>. Prayer uieetlut Waduaadsy veutus at 8.00 o'clock Luke, were today committed to jail to trial on a charge of steai ing a horse the pro|ierty of ilea, itn dersou. Mr C. p. Harris has been leininei for tbe defence. .1. IkimlK'i'gtier, who has lately-severed bis connection with the gijCardsion Milling Company to take the management of the n'*w Dour mill at Maeleod, was in town this week to hasten up tbe preliminaries for the building of tho mill and elevator. A large amount of eorresiKMulence, inosHly of minor importance, was reiwl at the last Council meeting. A-mong tlie letters, however, was one from Supt. I'.rickson. of the C. t> it. informing ihe council that the passenger trains would come into the - town on tbe new spur i>n Monduy or ; Tuesday 4he llMh or JTt'h. The mein-U-rs of the council each n.-vturally atld 1 looked like little .lack Horner wh'ii he put in his thumb am' pulbsl i line is iiioiv nM ical than the last oi May uikI i'..-flr*t of .lune Me ai.' very s.irry i,, note that much v mier wli.sat \� as ,il loW.vl lo p;i- the spring mon ns without having in.-ii .'.I at Prank, fell from the roof of ihiit liiiihling. Although no bones w-re broken he was budly shook up anil i-now lying in the I'riiiik hospital m u serious condition. At live election for nfll.vrs h-Id on orado. W.ssteni Ktni-as and ttestein Sunday by lh Prank- local of the |!.MVV of A . the following otlicer-ww eleet�s| President. Thomas ttui'dsley: Si^-retary. I'avid Stem-; Itwoiiling Secretary, (! A kwelxd and Treasurer. Alis'rl Ilgiie>iu gawtaf Circle Wedandsy alternooM at l.�0 o'clock. MUsloanry meeting*, ist uti Srd frtftar* In n*ot�k Read the Uerald Ads. joke, tins Is Thursday ofld no passenger train has yoi coma in on the spur Tbe packing bo* has not even been lighted up or fixed up for business. * S'el.rasku will i*1 short millions bushels of wiiii.r wheat this y.-'i from th........ fad "''.it ili�iii��nds oi \\v frutpittMly lu-ur |ieople on the trains say the Caiiiplsdl system 's simply surface cultivation. We will i give as near as v\e can in 'incnes 1 what wo have found to lie tiie inos! j i desirable eeially witb w.m tber ch-ar iukI bot, and wiib a s-.uth ' wind, lose no t'ime in getting .. work witb the cultivivtor. for iw� ittlngs are in evMlence by this iln coixlition of the firm soil-a crus> that is stmt ting the air nut no.1 too great a loss of water from sl in ihespi. ii- ,-ut iii.oul two nnd u half InotteR of at t.he proper Mine 'he soil If flue tool hod culi'i\ tietter gris'n color and ao> appurintly ton When wiai'ling vmir 11 ivuior ev i4iin nod pushing forwnn.i witb a slow | amine tbe work done Ub.-u >.ni find progress. The main dihVull.v 'is that ihe iv-ur furrows are left nearly ein|. Ibe surface of the soil has become j ly, and if the firm s,,il :,t packod and crushel condition, nnd fhe e\po*�v| >h-i or partly exposed surface of tbo firm fast voil v ill soon become cruslod. Tills toRV'lilK'r with evapowtion or loss of , Our excellent cUi/en. Mr. C. South wortii took a day ort and went to j ovaporat ion of moisture from tiie Piver with rod nnd gun, and lis ] soil. Few people realize how tbe sbades of evening were stealing i the moisture escape" ujwk'r these con over the prairie h? hn