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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Hotel H. L. Stephens Mat! RMkcaAirf When you come to the Me- ^ tropoUs stay at the Palacel I $1.00 per day | Opposite C.P.R. Depot I Stephens * llockendorf { Propiiet.ova Calgary, Alberta| KEAN'S -FOR- High-Class_GMifert Boyd's - Candy Is Delicious AH the Freshest Fruits on-the Market NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers AlAfiKAIH. c'Armsrov. (Fioni �iil>p Star,') Born-To wiic of Mr. Hobort Itwy. 11 fine t�Uy girl on 'luwUay Inwt. T���t ugWH-y whU-h 1W�I> .Ims lor the Ooininy (ClirH' �) |>iu'nus i.H all right, All lig'ht, Mr. ai>d Mrs. 11 cy avo oxtretnoly hmppy, ai�;l 'tibf now-eatiKr Is ono of 'lihc iikmI popiilur yoimg Iniflios in town. . , ^ VrobaMy tJK-ro hfls~tic^fr been o grmtor fnmin'! for i'�>al in ('arclsiton t'h-oin flt ti�o piiftsfliirt tiino. Thoixi is srarcoly onoiigli con I here to kcop tf�t! |)ep|>lo warm. Wc linyo Ijosigurl and tioc-n Hirnt-.'l �((own; we have trieij to steal ihiit voxM not liiwl. IVow-ever, we ai im tr.v-ii.g. A nc^pt renelifvl bare on Miwlay laHt that itilwi niinorN nveen forced to try something else.. "Oiyo us the Kc-tih-bridge coal every tinie," they cry. vote, b()tte^�er, atKl W�e ffmipany is proeooKliiig 'to ongianize arjd^ complete iill preliminary (irrangieinon'lK. Fi:i{MK. (f'roni llic J'ioh(>(.>r.) Horn-To the wife of Atr. .lubn M. fSrIib, oil I'lw 2-'lixt lilt., a ilMi'by girl. HoHK! of our fanners uiv planting! Corn. I'retty BtKjd* Flossie .luines and Mr. Janius ronilwiscn wcro tinited in 'tbe lionrls of maitt^imony on the 23i'd ult. cmiOl-' .Tl.STICK FJT'/J'ATnU K. Ijaif Mini.iter for .(iiwtiee Appojinterl lo Office of (3iv>at Wgnity, PINOHER CIIKKK. Ottawu, .liiiw a.-Mofi. (bas. Fit/.-pa'triok was �appolTi't'ed cbii�f juatico of the siiprfme court of ('aiiada toda.v. Mr. Aylewwortb will Ix- sworn in an ininixt^er of jiistiw when Ijord Orey i-oturns from Toronto. ni�:l Mr. Ix--mieiit, solicitor-general, �Iiecomes fH)Hliimsler-geiK(ral'. Xi� appointm^nt will lie mopclc to 'tiho solicitor-gvner-al�b>p for t'be present. WMGONS AND � If ,';';| / > J�st Received Three Cerloadi. Eriy and get First choic^. Come I (Vroiii tbe l''rce I'lvss.) Millar, 'jbe r>(>Pd- wni, is ihere on bJs way to the Ca- CRAXBROOK. (From the Herald.> n. I.oun�l>uiy left la�t Tiie-STday fur I his tutiiiT home in Snskatohewan, Ice Creimi and Ice Cream Soila a j .hc |>os taken up a honiosiencl. lx>iinshuiy Is now d wUh-oiit friends. W'ben be left 'bore ho was ttiking wvt>h 'him mtl less 'than SS.OOO, lawl be tmt>;le the monc.v ri>0bt liore in C'rainbrook, i|>osi>ds a good living. .'\rt .Hbelton, wlvo is now riinni'ng on tlw CanmtHaii XonHvorn out of Wini�i|)og> said lo 'tbe lierald wlwn in town lavt week that be 'baKl mt't; : quvic a lot of Crambrook .lx).vs n'nx I goinj} down Ihsrc. lOrnie liyknwm i was rimning as a-pu-ssenger C(-.,nduci-; or from liail't leford to VWnioivton. Ilarty O'liivgian was running oiM. of ��ori .\rthiir, nod "'as idiie to >;Ot a  iiuixed or |m.'wc"l�a;"*'" trtt'ini on tbe ne.x'l tui'n. Ihin Wynciip was running out of rVn't Arl.'liur. .1. li. ("anferon, ^lii-oiber of tbc> forliin- siiper'nu-r.'-K'nt at Crai>l>nn>k. whs a coiKiiicior run-liri'iji;- out oi J'oi>t Arthur. .Jack ,Sio:t j was obiel' i;les|>aiohi'i' tul I orl .Vrthur ti.Mi'i'MnwH' Halt I'v.'rv Frlitav ; , ... .... ait: �'"''' was nevi in imo to g�"t a divis- lethbridKC l.odRe Ko. 2. I.O./:0[NO.F. � Ll.ic , Vij ion. Jlr. SlK'ilon said tlK�t all the (k>ys formerly in I'ran.'.'i-ook wire'do- \ng .well.  WILLOV/ (RANCH REBEKAH ^vh�l is .LlK-re fllyo.H nbe*.di.gyi.vs of LODGE, NO. 2 , , a holo in -com . itracliw to libe average pcr.son. Take J. SfatlorJ, Aanie DavieR ,,,ti4! work on the n t^r moro pccpK ^tiiivding gia/'i'ing 'W'iitb tnlense interest lit the work oi taking out iho dirt. Say what you wiil, bitt Hkji-o is i-'omething fascinating ~ about any work, of tiKi kind, aiKl it never fails lo appeal ito itibc people. tiae tirink aud fell. Allibou^b the i hoisi' was in bis 20t'li yc�r, yet Mr. H. fMlaivs he. was lire eato:l stH'lciiH'M't 'tbau M is u'tuays the l;e.>�l boiKi' or cow 'thail lis tinken. . .Vn nriiiy of iincollnivd idi>erwl canine irflONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPtllNS. * PKOr. CHURCH DIREaORY. CATIIOMC CnURCH, Sunday Servim:-l,(iw iitass. 8.30 a. n.; bifb Jl.OO.; vespers, 7,80 |�. m. Uailj) Services:- Mass M 30 �. ni. FAther V�n Tighem. ST. AllGUSTINK'g^ CHURCH. (AnglirAa) ^ Key. J. S. ClJlvers, A. K. C., Rector. Key. Uavid Jone�, il A., Aaaiitut. Sundays:-- Matins at 11.00 a. m. .Sunday School it S.UO p. at. Kvt'iisong at 7.30 p. u>. Celebration of Holy ijonimunioii:- 1st Sunday in the iHonth, 8 a. m. iHlaiu), and Jl a.m. (Choral). viid Sunday after llat'js. Uttier Sundays at 8.30 a.m. Dail) Matins and Eituong at 9.30 a. ID. and 7.30 p. m ST. MAKYS MJSSION. n, Paator. I^uiiday service.'* �t JI.OV a^ to. and 7.30 p. ni. Sunday School aoi .rible Clau 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at S.OO p. m. ' KpwoitJi League, Ffdays, at p. m. al �.00 ,. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) JUf. A. M. (lordOD, Minister. Siindaf Services It 11.00 a. m. aB4 7.30 p. m. .. in, .Sunday School at p. m. player meeting Wedo/vday aveslng at 8.00 o'clock. Sewiat Circle W�iM�day atteraOMM at I to o'clock. KisslMary meetifagf. lat aM M frUair* In DWNMk '�T. Lcitoh, K, 0., of Cornwall, hji� tiwn eleiici.1 cbaii'tnan of the Ontorio liniilway CofmHuis^'onv � * MEDIOINn HAT. (From tJiM Xow�.) A' hotel is to be bt*ijt rly of Londrjn, Ont., was in eidcid to lor4Vtc horo. In an intervitiw yestenday with Mr. F. L. Crawloixl, nmnagier ot tbo local br��c4� of the Jkink of Conwnorce, tiho Xows loarmxl iHhwt Ik to�d r�cent-I.V nwtio strong iv;piVMank buiMing, awd ibat ho had Ijoen advi.sod to rtie cfteet that the biiikii'iig woiikf be leroetfd in itho near iirturo. There se^nts (o ibe every ossuranco 'tilvnit Modi cine H'at is to bave anottt-er now iivdiisitiT estwbUsbcd wi'thin �tJho city lintiit^^ in the ini:tTKd from itihe ei'ty arc � free site, froo water, a stnnrl pi|>e for lire pm-�tection, igns at five cents a tihoiisnnd �and exemption from municipal l�xa-*ion 'lor twont.v yeais. The initf^fioo" of ifijranliing the troc sHc "C*vhiob would cost twTpIve or tliuptoon Imnd-rort dII�rf�) nhd thu exemption trotn taxntlon are nrn'tters over wbioh the | counpjl has no control, awl tibeivforo a ib.v-l�w will i|M> RittMniitted to t'he people to sanction tbdgi'oinifiiivg of those roqiicsts. Lititte vioubt appi^ars to exist as to ttae result ot- such a ovi-r .1. If. .Mors^baH's pusit^ion as i , fg^ .days in town lost week and the . ..a.'^bier at iho conipnnyjs olllc.-. For-i (,rmer two invested in land, having I "^f"" Nort-bwest. He sl�tod .bis be-�nie.  ji,urcbi.sod so^nc 9.10 acres, the old:, tihoiisaml immigrants �. ..� 1.^..,... 1 �^ '^*� 't'bc cit.\- of Lomlon w tbin A.,s,i,.. ,viie of tl.e C. P. I�.,l"oiO Ho,ryor)ng o�l-I'raniiriM^k. Alis. Aii.stiii, who wn� injOts, if not the lorgest yrrt ihrought l''eriiie n wcvk ago, apimrent ly in. tbe Iw'.st of bi>allb. uiwli-rwent a critical opL-ratiion Irom whii.-li sba 'diW not ral- Miinter and nvoiilw'r niv� on from Orntario, leaving iic-were aware of her critical purcba^-Jil a lot ot land in the west, if not the loi^gest .vert brougbt I unrl int'9n�dR going into farming in an into thin Vlistriot was im-:extensive scale, loadffd at ttic Pinchcr station on i mi Tburirlay last. It was consigned to the CnnncHan Nortliwcst Oil Coin-pan.v, atAl in oapaldc- of going to a depth of 3,5000 feet. Me��rs. Kelly . Brot hertt a�id HIack are looking after the movir ben -..... = - r - ~- - : , , .u . ..  . , ., . , , , ....... monlon makes I'he fol owing siigigos and family was lielid in Hhj Metho- eratod. i.. � . . . dis^i ehurick.,n, wIk, occu- j. H. McEaehtv^ b�s lx�n elected convlmting iIk, attack: Pi...d i.iK. elmrr, p.c�-nicHl Mr. Uofc�on tbe brst mayor of fin.rher Cix*k. > t "twonm are tbe larvae of cer- ,. ...__ t.ian motihN, and their hwhil is to on Ix'hiab of the congrogat^ion with a o .;)ur.'�o S70. ! MACi:.EOI>. fac"! �t nijiint and remain an inch or l*st Saturday evening Dr. 11. S.) -' T^" ''"^^Z �' ^''"'"^ McSorle.V was waiied upon at hisj ��='ctte.) ; m the day lime. A lborous.h bar-home .l.v a comnvilitee of th� Miohel \ J^'""" l'*'^'" psv-'i^rod and esti- ro^-ing will Uirn n�vny of Hv^m up Miners- Tnion and plcwentod with a!'�'�^"� be*S "jade for the:to td>a siirfare, and if ibis is clone handsome gobi watoh, ohain and lockot, tseariing tba inscriptitm, "To l�r. ers' cb(V|ue �!4:i-f. II. S. McSorley, from the Min- crection of a iarge 'brick ivsidence for on a warm, sunny day, and the har-.Mrs. R. K'cnhefic. rowing is followod by a roller, a Mr. fJcoWife McFarqulwr has recciv- good many of the ci-ontuivs will be Inion of Miohol," also wia4i a ed a letter informing him of the crushed. for tilw su)>staiit,iai sum of dr.'atb of his mtotber, which occurivd j for gand(?ns, IknjI fiekis and other .111 Oiiolph on the 15th of May. small aivas. Dr. Fletcher, botanist X>n Mtwday, the 28t4i i>i�st., what'and " eiHomologiist of the Dominion TAHOU. (Fri>in Our Own CorrcR|x>n:li'ivt.) I beg ,to subnift tbat peacu and httiiijony have prevailed at Taljor; �duping tbe past weak. There have 'l�e�'n no ligilits, fool races nor riina-wu\s. apiiearod to ibe an attempt to coiu-iiiit a most 'iH^inou?! crime occuri-ed at the wneh of Mr. H.. � DMles soutb of Maclood. Experimenital Fai'ias, m-ommcnds placing here and tbeit; bifndles of WUson, live!any suecuiont weed or olber vogata-Mr. Wilson, | tii>n:~iiric'h as alfalfa, wbich 'have Ijnsl wtiek a bor^e belonging to .Mr. rtlngibii'iii, f Mu>grat'b, .gave up tin; gboKl alln-r a long .struggle at the bottom of a well. Tbo 0|�?n:'ng was not coveivd, and 'during fire ni'g'ht tii'L' airiiiHil vnnikirid too n'ar who ivsrdes on his ranch wilto his M*een cm.selvo.s and young la^l, bas (bad in bis employ |die. In 'hot, dry weather, tbesobun-si nee April I 2nd a nwm nanwd Steve i dies should Ixj put out after sun-Wolt/.. Monday aflomoon Mr. Wil-iJ*�. a shingle may l:c placed son airrl t>!>c young lad cabie into '.��� oach to keep it from wilting, town on business. leaving Woltz : CahSwges �,nd olbei- garden trans-I ploughing. On his return honva, Mr. I>l��ts slwulcl '!� planted witftt a pioce Wilson found the man, WoH/.. wlrug-sto"� P�l^r or tin aroumi them, with 'Ivis .ftangbtcr. He h�d l^his prevents tha catoiv.illflrs go.l- giing . , kiiocke.! (her .dowin and was holding 'ing lo tbe plums. Jf paper is iis.-wj. .h�r down and tearing off her gar-,'t should }� wrapiK'd closely nrounrl Dients. Mr. �Vilson mia'.fe a rush to.'""' .i"*'' above the root, no his ifediMom to get his i-evolvi^r and '^at it will not interfeiv with the ;ba man bolted oiH and gtn u�ay. growth of the plant, ond intiy be Mr. Wilson itnmedialcly rode in to:���''.^' lift'C'd away after 'tbe plants live Itariacks and gave fhe alarm, i*'^ e.'�tal)li�4h'.�d and t'lio flaiigcr of at- itack ' -�--...=....!- ... .i:, The Lethbrid^e Hotel Established 16S5 W. Henderson* Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTEKS lOR COMMERCIAL MEN WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room anc^ best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR and tb�' mounterl policie turned o�t in 1 'acK is o\-er. Hand-picking or be cut oflf, sljould, app.-ar lo 'he crosst-d with the Aini?ri-; ,,1^,,,^ ,,^,,t 7 o'clock by 'the mount-''''' course, always Ik' prnotised. oau polecat aiKl Canad an hyena. (.,|" ,,j|ij.t,,n,^i^,,g ,orth on the Dr. Fletcher says livi most lemark- ibcy ^.lioul'd be compelled to >oa'-e j K. railway track n!;oiit eight mil^s efieetive iviiKHly ciit- looi-i for tbi. ri�topuyers. ! north of Mr. Wilsg and improvements are go-Maker." to tlie ImrracKs and on Tues-j�*Bi\o by mixing 'ItbIf a pound of ills . n .iuwt tib.! same .hnn-e. Thtrpeo-i la.v was brougbi l.woi^' Inspoctor,Pa^'s B�'�'n wHh lifly pounds of pie bave lit'cislcd to meet cat-h oKbo-r ! Court land S'larnes, .J. P., and corn-.'�''ffh�'.V moislont�l brnn. halfway, and avoi'd or micot all ob- ! nviited for trial 10 iha supreme} '^"o 't* 'nflence is solicited from those who wish to purchase such supplies. '  The Bell Telephoiie Goinjjany constructs and operates farmers' lines in connection with its local exchanges on a rental liasis, at reasonable' rates. Or theC'onjptny will give connection with its local exchftngeg and long distance lines to rural lines contructed by the fanners them-selves, on reasonable terms. When requirwl the comiwmy will give expert and other assista-ice in the building of such lines.. With Bel Teleplnne ConqMiny instruments and suixTvision of constnictibn, good ' service is assiirerl. Particulars on application to P. C. Patersoiu Manager North , West Departnn^nt, Winnipeg, Manitoba. cdebrated Ws.birt.h-i'"''�' the sessions stacK'k like nwn. iVni'on .Iohn�cn day on tbe 23i�d of Ma.v. Mis wife surprised him wit'b a sumptuous dinner and a unique pre.sont. Iihe i"t>cent raiiw have *li\}.sscrettiest gown of gi>ecn. Real estait'it mon, fanners, mer-ohonts and oarpent'crs are happ.v on 'account oi tibo twoW��eksl ot pbaeon given this year, A big crowvl of land seekers were in town this week lookinig over the lands in tibis idistriol. A cotiple of young men were licforo W. I/. Hamilton, .1, I'., charged with disturbing a d from a (trip to \Vinni|>eg. At a pitblic meeting on SaiiH''a light it was decirtod to proceed at once to take a census in preparation for incorporatiion ns a town. i'ourt. IIOTH SIDKS OF IHE STORV. which open on! ^"Sn'"' on some of the Paris j grec�n and go on adding 'bran, Paris ; " gtwn and woter until tho inixtuiie all up. When ready foi- use it Mr I'pmoiv crept out of hod, groiied his vay to tlic telephone and caU'Wl up t'bi' central oHice. "Hello!" he saiid. in a low voice. "Please send wolxl to tihe nearest police station that tilw^iv is a burglar in my hou�3. 1( they will make a qitick run tihey can caleh bini. M.v house is No. a-ta- There was a pause o4' half a min-iitie, and 'then a grulT voice finished live message in tbi.� wise: "Hollo, cwntral? Yoiise n,-fd'nt call up do cops. De bui^lar has got 'de guy wot owns 'rtis shelwng covered wi't' a gun, an' 'he'il In? oii't o' here wit' de sttw? in about 'lye. sis."-C.bica.go Tri+mne. RAYMOXn. (From the ChronicU-.) .SrllATHCOXA A Ti:i!MlN'AL POIXT Mr Frank Fairltanks ami Mr. lirowertoiiT fonnorly of King Dros., have bought a mercant'ile bus.incss in Salt Ijake Oily, Mr.' Fairl-.anks will remain liere and Mr. llroworton will conduct t1>o biisinesfi tiivre. Horn, lo the wife ot .1. .T. pater-son, a son. May 29t.h. Horn, to tilvo wife of F.rnest Mor-'tin, on Vine Mile, a son, M.a,y 20th. Thi.^ comniitteo of t'lie hoard of tratio �iho Imve in chiirgo 'the fair .ilai'es, have reoeivd a letter from! Mr.. Hwrcoiirt ofTerIng to siibstituU? | Atvgii.sit 14 and 15 for Sept. 21 an I i 22, tlw tlates originally'd us. i Vh;- Ijolhbridge dates are August 10 j''^'*'" and 17. A deci.>�ion wiil iHit iie ar-riv.erl at probably until the next meeting of t'iHj Ronrd ot Trade, Flock masters niv anxious about ijjnir herds. M is reimrto:! Sti-at'hcona, Al'ta . .lime 1.-Today C. P. R. ollicials clo.s'l an ttgr;'e-nvnt with the town coitncil of Strntihcona by wbich this town ifi to have tern�inai I'aiiliiu-s for 'the com-|>any's lines in Noriborn AII>c>Ma. The towii gives them land for tho to the exti-nl of TO acres for round house,, car shops, and 'diyis-ibiMiI yards. The compan.v will ex-|iend over $30,000 in improvenKints hero this r.eason. : should run easilj- throiig'b the fingers j I withoiH adhering. j I'n gaiidens, a iiil.tle of tiris can !e sprinkled i|>y 'hand around such idarils us are liable to attack. W'hen crops ore plnntitvi in rows, a convoni.ent wa.v is to make the niLvture rather 'dry aind 't4>en .distribute it by means ot a Planet, Jr., or other s^tecl seeder. In growing crops, the mixijure can (h3 'di^rihirtod 'by means of a .shingle and can be easily thrown itvi>ni domestic animals having access to j t'lo poisonod bran; olthough of ' injury from tilie mivture ore o.vti-ein-1 ely rare, wn.i iwlwrl it is question-ahle if t'liero is milly nn aiithont ic j Cttflo on ivcoid, of |>oii.ltr.v .being ; poi�on�d by this remody, yet some j precaution is always wise. ! THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:010:0:010:0:0^^ TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON o:o"oro:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:Q'oio:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:oTcxbx^^ ."orrr- MRlUCfXIO HAI- S ADVTCK -SMOOT .MIST (iO. Washington, Jtiiu: I.-ity a vote of 7 to ii the senate committee on privileges' ond elfctions voi.pd that 8on-aitor Sinoot, of Utah, is not fnl)itled to his soal. The committoo voto.1 iiiianiinous'.l.v to hove a vote in tho senate at tiltis ses�ioa. HOW TO IIRF/AK IIP A COIJJ. It may 'lie a surprise to nvany to t'hat a severe cold cam lie broken up iu one or two irtays' tiimo. fhe first symptoms of a cold are a j^ry, IoihI cough, n profusa watery i discharge irom sc symptoms, 'it coiintor-rtots the oficct of the coM amd restores tihc syHtem to a healthy condition within a day or two, For salo by ftll '(U'Uethsta. (Mi\-!iciivo Hat News..) \ syndicate is applying lo I.e h-btidge council for a franchise t" |.tr-mit of piping the streots for lUHi. ;il gas in the extent of live ex|Mrimcntal j drilling which will bo unrlertaken proving suctessful. The u'ldermen are wiwiy going slow in the matter. Public franchises arc to vulua4ilfl to bo tiirnod over to private corporations, and if licthbridge is lucky enough to strike gas, it sliould be prc�an. "That bra.'is ImiikI is the.very worst t.iiing for you. You'll haw to give it lip at onci'. What ins'lrument kIo .\oii i>ln.\'.'" '''.The big driiin," cnnie llie iinex-j peeled ikhnraer. | Stewart Fdward White tle.scrilies a' Kentucky bicakfn.'ft in McCliire's. "What's a KeoHick^ bri�kfa�t?" i asks Cyclone Rill. "Why, a Kentucky .|)re(|kfa�t is a three-pound sleak, a 'Iwt/tle of whiskey mntl a Rntler Hlog." "What's the dog for?" "Why,.to cat I4ie steate, of courbo." FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LCTHDRIDCE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUlR SATISFIED FRIENDS ;