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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta n.L.SIeHieM Mali RKkcMlMrf . When yon come to the Metropolis Btay at the Palace Hotel $1.00 per day Opposite C. P. R. Depot Stephens * llockendorf  Propriel.cra Calgary, Alberta i NEWS OF THIS REGION TAUOIt. CAKDSTOX. (IVoni thJ Slur.) Iloin. to U>e wife of Mr. II. oil SiiiKJny, a g-irl. Horn, to llw wife nf Mr. J>'i iim l.ow, on l-'riilay, a girK Horn, to the witu of Mr. ^'ttl. Jvoii-ii.V. "n Monday, a iioy. I.;; ai).,is-sen^icrs on MoiKl�y"s -li-ain. Mr I'll-iing' hroi�(()h'l. uvUi h'iiii a trio of iii'iii hiiyers .from Ijinhbritliijii'. Mrs. I'll- (From our Own Corrcspondotit.) 'IMic iincollar^d (togs am g;(toi oils. Thi-y ae-(.iiaily gatihor in packs iiiiUar tihc win-Uow's ol' .son>o |>i�ig', cili-and tiheir hutv.lrivg can bu hr-ai'd niinosl as far �s Orass.v Vako. S.-'iiic-llitncs tlH'y say H inr>�n� ctoath whun a dou iiowls under your win l.iw. :\V\!il, we have jusl piirohaswd .in iiii-si.v o'cloi-k Inst, evf-nin;!:, whcrn Uui j t�-dato Winchostpr rifle, with t.vmiin inarWagie took place of Mi.ss .)...,,. nn� it. wrlainly will if.'an n.i.tite Itowlan..! an.! Mr. Mnlcoliin Moi -! ri.'on. "OM it rain'.' Well, T fJiimkl .>-iiy Mr. I':. .1. nutlon. wJio Uns in-n ' � runiwn.s l�>l�vfN.n M^licino Unt and I""^ "'K^'t yesterday." Xi'l.'^^on on t'hn mail c�r, wnsi luarrii: I :n tho north part uf town. "I .^iw 4 liat on top of 'ftbe water out Ihcrc* ,11 Lluit hufTalo Wallow last nVght, and (I'Voiii lhv> C'hroiiicl.'.i ,. . , , . , i Mr. lliiii'ti-r, wOvo.vo |iiirch:isi> of ling has been spanfLifg a few days'^^^jji ucres to u pulp �.n>d iw-eL-ssitat-j ing; itH �inp(itation at lilte should,'!!-. ! A raving mari^i'iic at lai'i^'e aro i:id I Iv'tngMgale, .l�he 'iHiumlary station on | tho Spokane ami International 1?ai| ; woy, ci'oato.l fpiitc a .sitir Inst wen!:. ' This man, whose name 11 .V.i. iiael lioran, �got liokl of itW4j iw jivi.'is ii-t^d thix.>atencd t'he |k'opl� af .h.- ; ij.Rh-lK>rhood, He roamod the wo'>.1h aiici whonover ittlio fancy took hini' he i; i n..-oiil niwl .distda.vod ihi.s wen,!manpdi�d fo�d. 'I'lvu reskliMis .ifilic, district were thoroitghl.v aluriii..-1 ns i the mans in.^ane conditt.al�le llool'ii, of Mo.vie, who iicit, down on Tuv.s'day ami allempto'l to arresl hini. Doran got away '-o On-vvoo;i,?d irillsi'do an'd ideftcd mpl  has lieen purchased iby Mr. I,, ihack .seat. We are to have a ir.v�Jen, Ont. KEAN'S THE STORE FOR Oranges Bananat Lemons bst of Candies �t Rifht Priest It is u good sight to-see Mr. Irwin, Inspector of tihe It. N. W. M. I'., around again. � He 'has hod a ; pi'otit.v 'hard time of it one way anrj ( the other, but he Iwavcs it out witli' ^ ^ , I that charac'tcPis'lic courage ami ^vil! '*resh StrawberrieSi Cherries I ,.hich marks. iihe. fanviiy for 'gwn-ra-Tomatoes, Asparagat it ions. i*. m nxm^ ukciy thoit he v.:n V  I occupy "the liciu-U ugai-n awl li^-ar iueumbers i^iiuce, ^o,,,,,,^;,,^^ j, -juri-vdit-tion of a ./. r. in I'hc course of a few er. .shop of Messrs. Cjsk and Drown and Filling Drotihers- i-cal estate aro nitl among the least, of CardHton's impcoveni':>�t�. The former, the oftly solinl rock 'bii.sinosj* fc'ouse in C'andston-oatsriri Ira-gainbling spiiit swallnfwins u.^s up. 1^ celebration l>otninion l>a,v. Your -or-I respondent was infornkP'd this m irn->'>,-, ing that a Vred hot commititoe' hul li.ts ' t-een selected, and that its chaiiinin io~;uas one who would make tihe "inr old and .so'i-iij;. ICi: CREAM AND ICE CREAM SODAS A specialty. Our .StintlneB i\rf dt'licions .'. .'. .". .. (. W. Kean & Co Opposite^ P. O, 'Phone 98 .'^ujar Co. land lx'�^n ref.?rrrd lo, (H) I for a great tinw!. .lohn .Shirts is no�v a bieno-lij!. Last Thursday ovening ho wa.s .nar- atiiis. Tiie laivil .selertod .is near the oa.";'! boiiivdary of 't/he Sugar (.") trad, awl li^s'bolwoen lia.vmoiid an.l Warnnr. Cioresholm will celo'brate Oomin i.>n Day. Inv/ta'i.iion.s are out for t'he -wod-ding of Miss H�ttik, 10 take place on June 2f>t'h 'ii the iMethodist church. Just Received Three Carioedt. Brly and get Firtt choice. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO, Ltd. 'V MoNicoi,, General Manager,, Lethbridge, Alta. , , .' Now occupy Atlams Lumbter Co. Old ttand^Bouhd Street The Lethbridge Hotel Established 1685 W. Henderson, Proprietor ried r.o Miss Susie Irvine at the r.-s-idenco of Mr. Carl Sehull. Uiwiup IS A Dominion IKiy celo1>ration w.-sA. Van Ormnn ofllciatod, and w.o-fk-on with a whoop by litC noimcod the words t'hat uvade ;h.^n niaSK nieoting heid'in the �hoolhou.s3 lone. 8atiirda.v e�'ening, .lune Sn'.l. 'I'he .Siig.ar Co. is just fini.'sliing harvr.i^t of too ncn* of cii'-WornLs at invikji-s a man f*el 'that it's a a cost of ahota :�0 cents jver acvi, .\ (thing to ibe 'here aflo*' all. 1110II mvKic. The regular dance last 'nigliL was '^siich an tjnjoyahic alTair that ii (iliv/iiii^ Graining W.M. AARBER. Pjiiiiter and Decorator Carriage Painting.a specialty Kalaoiniiiin^ ' Pa{jerliaiiKiug CllAXBROOK census of the fatnliti'v^ Kts not/ Ibimi I'aken, hut if is suppcsod 'to' hoe crop has been but sligtutly damogod 1 by til,-' pe.sl, and is in a mowt floii -ishing i'ODdi'tion. Jos.se I.. Smith, of Magrath, passed t'hroii'feik Rayniond Frtday on iiis way to Uta'h, At present he is em-plo.ved in a big colonization company in thi> vicini'ty of Oleichon'. Tli.-} coiapuny has a tiact 01' about il,0�>�- 000 ucras, whicli �k.y are s.^'llini? .-.t j�'on"��''f ^"^^ from �I0 ito $ir, per acre for th.: ;*own. non-irrigable, �i�d at $25 !.e:- acrv for the irrigoiblc l-.Tn.l, ant is similar t.o thi.s nlJoiH Ra,vinoitd, excep'. n may Ix! a h?avi.er so.l. Mr. Sinlth �vill n-tiirn .shortly to Gleii-n.fi. 'Wie farmers down hem are not having a very hard time of it .tlhis ,m ai. for ihey 'don't have lp plow with ;on� hand and carr.y �a gitn 'in'th'j other 'to shaot gophes 'in that direction, and O. T. Rogers, t'he mayor of ,Cra'nbroo(:)! hi.s chances .�ro not as good sis 'le � th-er ihre�lit't'al sylfdicate that has taunChotl the Nelson Daily Ci ja new.sjraper started 'to halp ng is desorvcdi.v pi^iidar, has ma.ic a most excollo�t monrljer, and is strongtpr wi'lih t'he.- people toilay 't'han ever 'before. I^-ss't Morida.v ovening' at 8 o'c!' >.;!�, in the c*>opcl.of the St. Kugiono hos-pi'lal, Mr. Walter Kdwoivls an-d Mis* ! I^tihel IVH-etvUi were imH^d in innr-riage, Ilev. Foit'hcr Chotncl alTioi'Tt-ing. M'iss Framcis Clino was brid'^.s-iiiaid, and Mr. Frank. Ruitloy om- >t-ed as be.stt man, ^\*ile itlie.'brille w:�s givon a�'a.\- lv.\' Mr. Wiil'iam Riillir.s. Waiter I'UlwainIs is on en^ineor oH the C'roiw's Nesl 'branch of ^ho oon in front of the Royal Hotel bo-twee� throo half'brcads and four mctnbcrs of tdic R. N. W. M. P., ns-.sistod by some of tho citizens. Onfe of t4ie broeds got qtiorrclsomo in the bar, aiKt 'in response lcl on thr comor of .South Rail-wa.V and Torom'to i^reetiR fitwn tlio Bank of Commerce. Mr. jCoiisins will Read the Herald Ada, TOWN COUNCIL. The regular niieeting was 'letd .'1 ne I'th. An oO'er of .sc't'l.lenK-nt w.i:; \ e � i .iii! comieil was Ihtvt ihi Terriitori il Uiw rv-siKMrt iii'^S SuiKlay cJ.ising shii.i ��o miners. W'hy not erect one for fhe health and comfort of tho various ball teams'.' Thei% ug)g'ies nind 'tha rest on foot. Liike t'iw (*arJots of old, t>ho,se iln the vehichw would charge t'he footmen, when a hanid-4o-hand combat woui'd ensue, hut thie Migerints iwei'e careful that a good soife man i vvas alwa.ns lutiween 't'hom. 'to prev.'nt a1 trouble. (Prom t'he Times.) Will F. liell was recently elwitod ' trustee for l.-U'l'lc Bow scho'.>l 'Ui* arKi is 'now capable of t'.^i'nning. o'.u'ig. ;a crow'.lcd thorougihfare wi'thout run-tiing up a pole or against a buildi'ij;. tHe Hick.s, a young lad agoi tS .\ears. t'he youngust son of. I'oslm.ist-ir llicks. of ll'ick.sbiirg. ei.ght inil.'s east of Itrinvt, 'tied as lo his w'horcalxtuts, a�d it is lear.>d that ftu tnay hav*c ijoen drowned in tih* Bow River or have pc.-i*!!-' frd in 't'he rccen-t snow storm. Upon 'lilie coirtpletion of balani-"ing hooks for the month of May, tl'o man:>^r of the I'lvion Bnii'anieit by her r Fthi'l. Another daughter-.J'n1 of r;ni!Mng a bountiful harvest. The writer meandered over to the little w'hile lents on the other side; >?at excilemoiil prevaik'd iiere near 'the livery stable on Johnson street. whUh contintwd M aixl borne away 'by t'he Irtti.-' iiiriii.v of ni.fu, woiiieii, children "".ivd I dogs. 'Phs music ol saw ntKl hamniier in I lie hands of coinpet.'nt carpenters i� lioafd in all parts of Tabor, 'j ho lap.se amus'L-iiKint. hall close to the Titation. is almost cuniplc-ted. This iMiikliing is TO.\:i'>, two sioreys high, arid is built to Hiay. as the work is r'troiig an.i w?ll done, Mr. Shiells .is h'ere, aivd will cast his lot^-flih thr" people, lie is an export tinsmith, and we hi artil.i' ivel-comc him among tis. NANTON (From the N'ews.) M. R. (^omplin left Friday lor High River, whei� in! will haw chargi' of the. Bank of t^oniiiwree during tne .iihsi'iice of th^ manager. Mr Moon, from Winni|>eg. is assisting in tho bank h;'re until Mr. Complin's vfrturn. Frank Beers had a narrow escape ! fI ovn what might have been a serljtis Telephones and Telephone Material For Farmers' Lines and Local Systems THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA Mfintifiw^tnres and usob High Grnde Teleplion6�, Switchbonnla, nnd other a ppamttia and material for telephone plants. : The company offers for sale at low prices to all who may require them, ; this quality of Telephonies, Telephone Eqtiipment and Apparatus , ' . AppIit%Ttion3 or correspondence is solicited from those who wish to The Btike of Connaughi � 11 1 at , 11. visit Canada this .vear. | pnrchase snch supplies; ^ Sir Hector l.angw'n, an old Con-i The BeJl Telephone Couiijany constrncts and' operates farmers' liiM4 servative leader, and one of ' he ' po,,pction with its local exchanges on a rental basis, at reasonablt) fathers of Coiviedetatiom, is ikM.I. ' ^ ... .,, . , .. , , , Re ina wants .tpott  is ' i ^ II' ^"^^ Or the Comp.my Will give connection with its local excnangf^ noi.*'K?ve " h^ltran'thls.^To''ii'i'^v! te rural lines contnicted by the farmers themV corporation. ' - ' selves, ou reasonable terms. When retjnired the company will give A Chicago exi>ert prea.v b'lll ...iv;>n 'ted, shows eKtraoiviinary (c-aitures. Domestic servants who work Sun lu.V, aro lO' rwoivc twenty-four hi vis' rest during' ith'O week. Impoii lim of foreig'n newspapeifi :or sale on Sundays is positively forbior-nvan'^tl.v cui'wd by Cbaiiiiterlain's Stomach �nd Liver Tablets. Get a iiw sample at all drug store.s and give them a trial. They al.so cure constipation and biliousness. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA of Pol Hole last Saturday night to, see whfl't the irrigation co.npW | "'^'"'"^"^ lastweok. whilo cross.ng were 'do'iog. We iiK>t there idic en^in- �>er, Mr. .). .1. Fidler, and wit'h him ha'd a very' pleasaivl chat about tl'e work .|>ei'n'ff undertaUea. Mr. X""idlor is ju.st down from I'algar.v, where he has I.Kx-n eiigi-ncering on , the big Calgary ditch for 'bhe C. 1'. R. At present thcivj is a 'gawg of 12 nieii ivt work gciWinK tho largp dredgw into sha(>c for the w"id.! his buii'g.v inaide a siwklen drop of aluiut two fi>f;, he t'lvinks, throwing him ;orward. As his weight 'i's consider-Oils, the dash_l>oai'd gave way :�nd he fell ont lietwpen the wheel and the |l>ed of tin; vnhicle. He lieUI on to I the iines, and as his team was not 'very fractious, thty did not run lawa.n, I''rank was a lititic.bruised. Western Canada's Industrial Exposition i AND ^ AgricDllDral Fair \S^INNIPEG .1 -FOB ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. | PIOHB & MIRON JULY 23r4..2ftli. 1900. o:o:o:o:oTo:oTo:o:o:o�To:ox5^^ It will take at l^a^t a mo.vih to g.^ ,rt litlvo dredge in s'hap^ lor work. The, " JrriK'.Tl'ion Comi>a'ny ha-s three of;"' those dredges en t'he canal, one nt | --o- '  KimlMll-a mamiiio;h all'air-and thej KKIIXIO. other at Stirling. 'Pliny wdl Ix' w�>rki'i\g along tlie di>teh duriivg the entire sunrmcr. The dividgio l^eing put together at Magrauh will cost in [tiio neigivborhood of |S2.-.,00IJ, and will 1x5 worl%'L'd night and day wUcn in o|K.>Vatlon. The coinpa'n,v \viil have two shifts, comprising a n'.tng . THE FARMERS'ANNUAL SUMMERJIOUDAY TH E LARGESTEXHIBIT OF LIVE-STOCK IN WESTERN CANADA $500.00 OFFERED IN PRIZES IN WHEAT erect a tour-stoiNjy brick hlock *^ith p^,y ,^j,n^ of five to each shift, thu.* tflvs �.Iro-lge will be goinff day and ni^ht. Tho wVdeniii'g of tha canal fioin 't'he i'�ad-nates at KimlKill 'to 'I'Ik* City of Ixdhbrii,1gKj means an enornvous outlay of mone'y, and will take all runnier to coinpleto it. The ol).|ect fcr wwVening tho ditch is no doubt to rarr.v wator to Ihe company's imids in the t'ojtWIale -tliHtrict. Tin; coin- INTERESTING Butter Mahinij Competition Oijeii to Amateurs and Also Professionals (rroni the I"  ''i-'ns The V. S. I', t'oal Co., in its May oiwraiions, exceodwl all provl >iis records. 'V\\e out put for that nuMtlh was an follows: Tons. (.Vml fivek............................'�0,;.'H i -  ^'"*^'' :^�^72.:Tlie Grandest Collection of Art, Total.................81,jot! Art Treasures, And School Ex-Mr. Arehi'baI'd Math'ison, .secretary of 't'ho Crow's Ne.iit Tra.1'ing Co., and Mi.ss Lillian .lane IMgb.v, ohlest d-ju-ghter 61 Mr. nnd Mrs. ('. .1. Higliy. vveix- �iuiotly married at 'tho home of i'lho bride's par>>nls on Momla.y. .I'linc .'I. Harry Snow, a yofin;^- man em- H. E. MIEBACH. Proprietor Every attention given the travelling pnblic Ft**] StiUile in connection Telephone 47 liandseekers' and Rancher's Headquarters RA"riES, $1.00 PER DAY hibit* Ever Got Together In The We�t! The Carnival In Venice And The: Knabentbne Air-Ship Are .-Viiioiig The Special Attractions. Catrkt cioM July 7ih. CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL LINES FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE I HOTEL DALLAS] ,..........------- hiisi'ness, and is going P'o.ved an dumpnian at So. 1 diiinp: , ni,,.l-aX, ,,..dw t.^ stor�. onlh.. ground floor olltes j,,.^ i, ,^ ,,,,,.,ain way, !�� fv�| c.wk tipple, uKt with a Ln.try BJank8,*c.. apply to aiKl opera house on the upper sitory. j terrihle accident on Tues.lay. itis A very pretty, weiMing took place ? in the Century ilcthodist Otouroh at'. ^f M�y�'�lM� arm got caught in the geor iiiochin ery which operates Xo. 2 diinp. G. H. GitEii), President. K.J. Hl'ohek, Sec-Treas. A. W. Bex.l. General iMgr. WE ARE ADVEKTISEP BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ;