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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta h. Stephens MiU Rttketftfl $ When you came to the Metropolis stay at the Palacef Hotel $1.00 per day I Opposite C.P.R. Depot | Stephens * Itockendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta 1 --1 NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken . From Southern Albetta Papers TAHOIt. KEAN'S THE STORE FOR resh Strawberries, Cherriea Tomatoes, Asparagas ucumbers Lettuce Oranges Bananas Lemons i%i of Candies nt Right Price* ci: C.H EAM AM) CAtlDSTON. | s, dm Sunday, n jplrl. Horn, to the wile of Mr. Ii'inm Low, on Friday, n girl. Horn, to the wife of Mr J')d. L"ii-ny, "11 Monday, n Uiy. 1 yethbridge ion I Ih now on nnr I >c-nI nuii'kot, mid we iin- very fft'alefii*. for ith presence. It Ih Mill iiN'iiy Hi-nrce, but a little is better than none tit. nil. n. \V. filing iiikI wife wore n.is-scligurH on Monthly's i ruin. Mr I'll iit�g hiongiM wl'l-h li.iin ii trio of !an,| buyers from Ijcihbrida'e. Mrs. billing lius been sp'iid.-irg ii few days I Willi her par n s ii Hnymoiid. It is u good sight to see Mr. Irwin, Inspector of title II. N. W. M. I'.. around ng>uln. He has hn.l u pretty htii'd time of H uiic way nn.l ilie other, but he liraves it out witii' I hut charac'teeistic cmiruge mill -\ ill which murks Mm family for -g^niem-tions. I', in \\mlv likely tlu*t he will occupy it ho bench, ngtiln and hear complaints tn flu- 'Jurisdiction of .1 I. I". In the i-nurno of a few 'Mays. He Is steadily gaining Nlreng-lh no. I returning to his former self mist his i wonted health. tin, Mx o'clock Inst evening, when mniTinpc took place of Miss -1\in iiviMe Itnwlnnd nnd Mr. Mnlcnlni Mm  riff m. Mr. K .1. hiiliivn. who -Iwim h-^n rtinn>lng belweon Medicine lint iiml Nelson on i-he niii.il tu\v, wnw loan-ie I en TneMdny i>veiling to Miss Ohnlsiie, of Nelson. Mr. aivil Mrs. Pit-Won will spi.l n month in .llrlt Ish Colombia before Inking n|i i-esld.-nre in Medicine lint. Dr. Angus Drinnnn hits itnnniinre.l tluit In- will lurivie In Medicine lint. 11.A VMONH Curds-ton is improving every dn.i. Tlii' ik'w barber shop of Messrs. I' isk and llrown and Filling Uroi-lieis- real ICE CREAM SODAS ;�*"��ti� are mn nmoi.g thv. hast, of Cnr:lHton*H Imptovein enHs. Tho fonn- A specialty, are tlt'liciona �')tir SttntlnoB . W. Kean &Co Oppnsitif I.'. O. 'Phone 98  (il:i'/.iiitr CarriiiK*' l'�ii�tiii|�.a siiecinlty Kulnuntininn ' I'ltjicrlianuing jer, the only m�ll�l rock 'hnsineSHtiotise : in CaiNlston-out�i. (I lias an nlr o: Isubstnntlarjility ahoul H xrar-.-oly Jfoiin>:l in nny of otir froiiw strut-jlun?h. IMHiin; llros." �sw rortl ch-tntu oflleo in Htc Ut>ooh 111 oik i si ,ilno a nont oihI nt'trnetive n;IOifion tn 't'ardston 'Imsinoss hou*s. Several |slo>l machines are in town, loo, tmt ; sowing ns iihoy ow only tor ToiKir Eltulitons" nixt "Chowini; fi*>jrnles soniii|ihiiin over I *i,H(mi i for nrres. I'lic lni.il selecicl is near ilie rnsl honirtlnry nf 't.lie Hnpnr i'-j Iriu'l. uii'l liuw between llayinonrl n>i:l Wnrner. A dominion Ikiy celebration w.'.s (I.'CkIo;! ii|m)u wiMi 41 wlmnp hy 1 lie nmss meet ins; heiil'in 1 ho shi>olhoiisr> HuliiiMlny evening, .lime Un-l. 'I'he Sli(;nr I'o. is just fini�liill^ a htirvi si of T|M'knI to hor mid more niilmiioils. They nc-lunlly giUiher In packs under tiho windows of some of our sleeping1, eilivens, and 1'heir howlhiy can ho lieunl n linos I, os for jis Urnssy linke. H.-me-tinios they soy It uieirns rh*oth when a dojf iiowls unrler your win l.iw. Well, we hn\e Just purohas�d ,m up-t(fdntn Winchester rifle, with i.yinan sIriIhr, nnl It certainly will n.'-iiti ileivWi-to t'lke idog. "I>id it rnln'.' Well, I ."!k>iiIuon t;o clear out 'o Bight ye�lerduv." "That's noUiitig," sold u nm.i fr v,n tho north pant of town. "I .nw �i hwl on lop of 'Ohe WA'ter oiu thero in iltttt. tiultaki wallow Iukl i�v|?ht, mid 1 wailml out 'to wl rl, and wli^n I picked up the h"at tilers won a intin uivk'r it.J' I *niil, "('an I help .vo.r?" He smiid, "No t'hntik you, I'm 1.11 liormtlmck; ("'iiess I can get nlonK' '>'" ^l> h,,�ltwo is�v >:vi-rs nml thivatoncd W10 iH'ople nf ih.- 1 e-nh-Iwrhood. Ho roamed this wo >.ls nml whenever 1I1I10 fancy took Him- he c 1 n -out iwwl (Hs|)ln.v; of Messrs. Hnig, Amundsen nod M-Kin ney, has been purchnsed hy Mr. J.. ', S. Doyle; of brytlcn, (Int. J ClnivHliolm will celebrate Doinin '. f�m Day. InvHnl'ions are out for t.he wedding of Miss Hat lie Tollington r.ml WAGONS AND Just Received Three Carloads. Erly and get Pint choice. Come ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. T. W. McKicoT., General Mansger,, Lethbridge, Alto. r Now occupy Adams Liitnbpr Co. Old stand-Round Street -,-^ Mr. .1 nines Duck, to take place oil .Methodist church. of Metwlnw .lune Licit Ii "k, the .John Shirts is now n t.eneli-i. ! Last Thursday evening he was .Hurried 10 Miss Susie Irvine at tlv i.-.s-lilence of Mr. (nil Sehilll. HInIi >p 1! A. Van Ormnn ofllciated, and u � nonnced the words t'lnil nuvde . !i .11 one. ed tm-oufcit ItaynxiiKl I'rkluy way to I'tuh. At present hi 'the regular (Innce Inst n^lil was such mi t'njoynhlo uft�ir that it mnki'-s a 1111111 f�vl 'that it's a ^nnl I tiling to 'Is' 'here after nil. 'I>he farmers down here are not having a very hard time of 'it litis ym. lor they 'don't have to plow with one hum I �i>d carry a gun -in 'thv�lend:i.v. Ho wils a long iimj nmiipaiiy has a unci nf about Jl.fMii- taking in TolKir. lie says it's a llOO ucrss. wlvith th.-y are selling ,.| wonder lie was not lost in our I ig from f\>> 'to C|,*, per acre for he town. non-irrignble, an�il at S2.'. !.(: m.....! \\-.. are soon ito have a hospital for for Hie IrrlRtvhle Inn I, nnl is siniu-jt.]h> miners. Why n0t erect nn� U.r nr 10 ths about llayniond, excep* it j t-tro health and comfort of ths 1.311 a. in. Father Van Tiffcem. ST. AUQ USTINK'fl CIIUKC'II. (Anglican ) Kev. J. S. Cliivrrs, A. K. t'., Kcctorv Hcv. David Jotiet*, II A., AssUlaalk Suudays:- NUiiUh at 11.00 a. m. Suuday Schuol at 3.00 p. m I vciiboug ul 7.30 p. ut (Ylebijition of llcly Coiiiiiiunifm:- l-t Suuday in ihu nijtilli, K a. 111. . il'lmii). Kiel J I 11.111. U'horul). 3nl Sunday after Mat'ia. Other Suu- Ua}S ml H 30 a.m. j Pail* Matins and 'feitasuag at �.3(li a Mi. and 7 30 p. ui ! ST. MAMY'S MISStUN. (Nu. 3., / Sunday Schunl at 3.00 p. ut. KveinnuiR at 4.30 p. m. (I'nun 1 he Herald.) Who is-to t.e the Conservotive can-I.Idle in tl^� Cranhrook distrivi is a 1 ipieslion nut yet answerod. TJieiv are ihivc genllenien nientioiMil lor ihe honor. T. I�. t'tivcn. the iaidi-taie at the Inut olection, who ss-ni. to Im> in 'Mu� ieiwl; .?. A. Harvey, ��h-i 'has hopes .in 1)101 -direct ion, and I! ' T llog^'is, i'he mayor of .(Ynnhrook, who �oiii I lull Im> oji)ioseil lo all '. evirlioa. It is also nvently iiiiik. ed lhal A. I-:. IVaM* is aml.it ion-along th-se lines, but as lie is a nv cunvect. huiiiiu -l��.�n a Liieral ui the hoi eleflunn, siinie claim ,:..\i liis chnnces are not ns good Me 1 th-er t-hren. Mr. Watts is at the Iii-h.I of a |H>litn-ily l'i i-...'.,e, n news)anper started -to lu>l;i ( 1: '.he Mcllride Oowrnmeit. and ilns i-m�. , ing intiv glv�> him addition i�i'>-..i;-th. as none of the other 1 .M-i'.iliMe-i Imve an orjrnn. On ;ln I'.in -a', -el. a ntianimitv >' .feeling thnt Or. .1 II. King, the j pre�on-t meii>)M>r, should slniwl ajj.iin. i llr. K>i>g hi ck-sei\o.ll.v |�.piiini. ha-' mntile u most esceliefit ineiiiber. and j is s-troilglM' wil-h l4ie.- |h-ople lo.liiV j-i-lran ever ln>foiv. l4i�t Moiwlay v-Vi-nii'^f nt R o'i-ed ns Im�m man. w-hile ihe -hriile w Mi\.-n away t>y Mr. William lt,il.eis W�ltr I'.iiwands is on ( vtll-'in. in �.n | "-i,;r.| from li.e IIoikI t'oni| ii.  ,11 the iikiIr! of 1C10 xl.i!heson *'.. n.np-hich was refused l>\ the toi 1 ,1 1 i- I rounier proposition will t>e mute chi i'.e basis of Kiviug the lo.v-i nh t it Is -riliili.l to invive 'o 1 i.Ki-gotMl.th - shorluge. The s.n>e / .'lie liuncil was that ih- TerrUori il '�� n-speei inj Sunday e'.ising sh > 1. I 1  ig-i.l.y eii(oiv,-.-r. 1 �.lit\ evening, ai 7 p 111 . by their many fri.-n is Miss IIV-Ik' ('oleiuun I'.1 alls were unit ivge 3.00 |l. Ul. I over Hrayei,Merlins, WeUnaiidays, at �-�',nU p. in.' Kpwoith League, Kialays, at SM(| p. ai. KNOX CHURCH. (Prtsbyterlau-) tta�. A. M. (Ii-iddii, Minister. Suuday Srnites it 11.00 a. m aaJ 7.30 p. 111. Sunday Schoul at 3.00 p. ut. fiayer Mee-Ung rut We4�rs4a| �vroing at 8 00 n'tlllk. 11A 1'TIST T 4 U1.KNA OLB. Kev. C. Padley, t'astot. Sunday Si-niccs at II 00 *. m. aui v 30 p 111. Sunday Sl-IiooI a( 3.99 p. ut. 1'iayei meeting We4o/ts4ay areslng at 8 00 o'clock. Sewlai Circle W�JM�day alterusioai at t 90 o'clock, allfistoaaiy meeting*. 1st a�4 Ire FrU�y� in r�ot>tfc d-'rom tlio N'ews.) A fi'i-o Ttgirt of conwidernW.' prop >r-lions took ploce 011 Tuetwhiy alter-' noon in front of Uiu lloyal Hotel between thiw halfliiMwis owl four iwml*>rs of tdio It. N. W. M. IV, ns-sisled hy some of the citizens. 4tin* I1 of ttio InwOs got lllli. a y\vl. Mrs. II-up left on Friday for thej ail way company's coiwirii.-iion j riillip ill Mup,�. ("iis'k. She was ne-1 oiiipauieil by her daughter Klhel. ) H,r' Aliolttier diui^-liler- .Ii nnie-left on ' SuJ'ic'lnv f*ir ilie same destination Mrs Ht-up tuiii her daughters will, preside iiwr tli.- menus an-l �(} il.ai tile goo I iii-ii hale pieuly of -Ob- MtO'lH llll IooiI to lilt . Spring grains are coming . p iii ery elKH'i-ful and feel conlkl -nt of r.-.i:wng bountiful harvest the writer lueunlerel over to Ibe lillk' while u-nls on tile other side if I'ot Hob- lust Saturiiny night to see wlijtt the irrigotioii coiup iny were do-;�ig We met lliel-e III.- engineer, Mr. .1 .1. I'idler. mi I wil-h ti'in had 11 very pleasant rhirt about lie work In-iiitf iinderiitl.en. Mr. {'i-llerj Ih )n�*i down from Calgury, where he I has l�vn eug^i ering on ili.� liig t'td-gary ditch for Che t". !' It- At pre*- '� cut ihetx' is a gOOt? i- 111 :v" e for the widening of the -anal I'he present width of i'he inn in tli nil is 'JO leot. After the steam dio.el has K��n at work it will l.e Il'l del. It will take at l-'iiw o moii.li to gih l^nst Tuesday there wns n rmiuing flghl most of -t-h.- evening. 'Phe trouli-!e was among n few Slavs. Some of lliein were in ibiig^ries nn.l 'ths� wst on foot. Like tin1 Chariots of old, tihose in tin- vehicles would charge 't-he foot-ineii. when 11 hmiiHo-hanKl combat would ensn�, but the l^ligerints were careful that 11 good safe 11.nil was alwuvs between ihem to pr.-v.-nt real troiilile. *!e>nt excltenii�nt prevni).1) Men-ni-tir the lively stable rn Johnson slr.�el, which rout uiti.sl tuii- id a I seller, whose stroii'j'iol-l wns espiivl I,.- ,1 scoi-i* of Tabor's ci'-i/ens. uidt-d by 11 'park of uuresistei-,Ml .logs. It �as linallv r.e.Mui-ist ami placed in a bm-o-l iiimI borne away b.\ lilH- army of 10-i.. woiie-u ilnl.li i-n � id 'logs Th' music id saw on.I hamiiw-r in ilk' hniiils t.i eotii|m>l -in carpenters is , bear-1 in all parts ol Tabor, 'ihe ' huye aiimwiiK'iii hall close to the -tnll'iti is almost ceiupleted. This ! I.uildi'ivg is TlK.'I.V two s-loreys high, and is built to Mtoy. as the work is J strong and well dime Mr. Shiells Is here, nr.d will cisl Ins lot wrfch ill  peol'li-tinsmith, nod we come him among us. an automobile from Mr. Sohr.i >'l.-i* tiK.1 is -now capable of s.,>.iioiiig a'-i-iij( a crowded vhoroogihfare wHliout r-in-loitg up a pole or again*! a liuilili'n;. tile Hicks. a .votmg Uwl tugo I \H .letit's. Ihe yoimgcKl son of. I'os-ini.ist- ! it- I licks, of llicksbiirg. ei.g'hl Hides east nf Itruol, -disapiienrcsi from Lis home on May in. and was lust seen 1 the following du> going in a uoi-tli-eas'.erly direct ion. Si-arch pai-ti-s have pntrollen -title completion of balancing books for t4ie month of May. the nmnuig 1'iiion Hank, .1. It. Anderson, gnve a linmpiet to hit stutt and n few of 'liin oV.I .ustoiiiers on 'the evening ol May -'list Mv tormed tlK> habit a f;-w- y�tirs ,i. giving senii-niiniidl tuini|ie-ls to bo.vs, nn-d upon this oecnsimi he passed himself. The Lethbridge Hotel Established 1SB5 W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta 11 fa nor a in i:us iou commi;rciai. mex WHEN IN LUTHBRIDGE v STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR Telephones and Telephone Material For Farmers' Lines and Local Systems THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA > ol !>le *ii: The Duke of Conn.nielli � I! 1 *t visit Canada ihis year. Sir Hector l.iiugevin, an old M-rvntive leader. and one of lathers of CoiiiV-deintioti, is it.-1 I Itegiua wuuiH stl^^t cars, but w.ll not give ilie (raiuliiM- to t\ |-iv. ti-corportvl ion. A Chicago expert predicts t �beat crop of i2.YlMni.niin biHi. Is it the t'.dli.vdiiin west. The Lord's Day I ill ..r."�n c-d, shows evtraoivliiiar> fe�iituriti tor sale .11 Sundays is positively forhiikleti. If your Hlnmnch troubles you do not conclude 1 Iwrt there is no cuiv. \ or a great many "have tieen js-r-iiinn-ntly 1 ui-nc (.Yitupaiiy instruments and supervision of construction, good service is assured. Vaterson. Manager North l'articulars on application to F. C. West Department. Winnipeg. Manitoba. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA NASTON (from the New- ) M It Coinpl.n lei i Friday tor llig-h Hiver, where be will h�w 1 harp- of the Hank ( C'Miimertv (luring 1 in- .vhs.-nce of i-h  liianngei'. Mr Moon, from Winni|�og. is assixting in 1 he bank here until Mi Complin's return. Frank Peers had a narrow esra|>o (loin what might have been n seri iiis nceiilent Ins-t week, wliile ct'OKsIn^ ihe Lit llr How The recent 1'lffh water had washed out thxthed of thej slreaui. but in such a way that ii 1 did not show When Frank drove in lo tlio water the front wlv-els -f Lis buti'gy mnide a snikl-'n drop of n-hoilt | 1 iiii fee:, ho t-hinks, throwing hill! j .'orward. As his weight i* considet-:ilM!�, the dnsh^boni'.l gave way unil , he fi-l) out lwdween the wheel and the' U-il of the vehicle. He held oil lo i)i�- Mil's, and as his team wns not very fractious, llh-y did not run 'aw'a.v. Frniik was a liMle IiI'iiIs*mI, but ihoiitfhl he was lucky to got oft til t'hat --n----. Kimball --a maiiimo.-h allii'ir--aiiil the other nt Stirling. They w II U-workifig along Ilk.- di-leh y the entire sunmi r. Tho dt\,O00, end'uws will UVation. The coiiijmn.v \. ill; Coal Creek have two shifts, comprising a g-.tng''*',4'fll''....... of five to oacli slbfl, thus t4ie drolgy will Ikt caught in the gear jiiaehlii ery wlie-h operates \'o. 5J dm t|'. Entries close July 7ih. CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL LINES For Entry |ll