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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta When you come to the Me- ^ tropolis stay at the palace hotel f $1.00 per day! Opposite C. P. R. Depot | Stephens & Kockeiidorf { Propriel.crs Calgary, Alberta \t*��*�Mt�**H**���� *ff********** NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers DtSATH OF MnS. IIOTSFOitn. IMYMONTK (From ilho OlironUln.) Soul eiaik, who was in Uayriwjnd last. Tiie�la.v, l>n*i Ijoon working Ia�t IVfoinlwr on Milk Kiver (or Ir until fiv�? orlork in IIk- nflornoon. An examination sliowdil il'hnt. Ih�i|'.ast, of thu skull hivd l�or>n rrusliotl. .lol�n-fiio, as 'h-p was fnniHtnrly known arnonj^Mt 'his many Iri. ii'ls, wns one of liho ^ouivgwHt, OS well os ona 't KEAN'S THE STORE FOR Freth Strawberries, Chcrrica Tomatoes, Asparagas Cueufflbers Letluec Oranges Bananas Lemons Orey, who has aliout �,000 !.!kv|> t'ho most truslwl �mginpprs on tticrj;-'thcM-o. Mr. Olnrk -swys the shoaririg vision. Ilo oinoiwl iVlve employ of the of thi' big hcrtls will comjiwni-o i.iis-i-ntly, aflor wWch Mr. Ciroy rt.xincis (o lonvi.> t'ho country. �Anni'o I'olcr.scn wns nmrrio.i i o M;-. ii>(lnation" ngamst Mr. in il,ynK,no[) .\nil-erson ofliciitl/ing. Mr. nnti V's. Stono will rcs;i:li pri'sunt. ' The school lx>aivl'hold a mooting on the 6lh of .lunion of engaging ti '.ci? mom lady 'toachors for 'vext yifir. In Haymotvd, on So'tuivluy, i.ini! jO'tih, to the wife of Orson Htower, a ilatighter. In nrfS^mimd, on Mflinay, .'' ""''''"S ri'ss, of Irvine. ^'^ proseri't po.sition aS ire- .siding eider of 'the warri for wh �t ha iiirios, or tihat a stray iwl coat might haippen along. The pitgnic- ious spiiiMs of Talior wouM do wall Onl.v a Resident of the Cit.v 'jr a to carry their liox'in'g gloves about I Few Months. in anticipnit'ion of a 'brusrh tmy niin- , - The death took plnco sucklenl.v on Tlio band shall pln.y I wo tunes down i'l'ue.S'day niorn'ing of Mima IJirohartI, here, the belovod wifa n in p.'or I Then ni.ireh ahoul. j.o't.h east nnd healtih /or somo time, on..'l en mo �est we�t, ir'.irly this .year wi'l'h h.-r liiishan-.l \ Ami fmi.>�!i at the pi�l>He s(|unre. 't'rom Aniherstlvurg, Ont., with the i Yes. the Ponvinion l>ay rommi'tte.} ho|>e that tihe climate of AllMMtn Is a live one, ai>d if "Heaven's lij^.M- would restore h.?r heaMh. Th.-v look 'ing" 'don't interfere, tlie day .vill be up Ujeir resirJenre hero, along well spent. The case tlhat caiiM up befoi-e "Ju.s-tioe Hinioilton" wliereiri two young uie� of tiho villnye were fuvxl for eaco, meetn wntfh general .'�at/isfaction, years of nfe. nod was hig'hi.v e.slerin'-d Jiy ili).se who hnd m�;k! her acfiuaiiit'ainc-} The Now occnpj' AdillllS LllUlbcr Co. hu.it>an'd and sislrnoon, nn'd was ct^ivduetwl by jllev. A. M. Gordon. -o - ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. T. W. MuNicor,, General Manager, Lethbridgc, Alta. Old stand-Round Street in Ticks from the Wires out for tlvo wotl-iii-jj recept'ion of Miss Ruby Morris aii'd Mr. lien May, at 't-ho home of Mr. and Mrs. .lames M'uy, on .lunc (.'�has. Mcf'artihy, of UoymotKl, closing a land^df^I a��t'horit.\-. as 'Iv.t Ivas as mui-h to a.ssiiit in nwtin'tainintf order l>eace as anyoive else. No, the lafros.se club is "�nylh-�r' dead nor sleeping^; Jusi resli'ng '-i* a �biit, prejiarator.v to Oieing knoot)tom on Satunda.v last. Camrose, AMa., i.s going to have a ncwspaiKjr. Okotoks MothfNli.'*ts will luiild a now ohuroh. A inew �iri,O00 hotel will be .,,-ilt at Claresholui. Rev. ('has. SenTl'dln'g, a native of Toronto, 'has been elected An'glican ibi.sihop of Oregon. The resiidoncx! occupi�>d b.v .lu'i'go Best of Candies at Right Prices MLATRMORE. ICE CREAM AND ICE CREAM SODAS A specialty. Our Sundaes aredeliciona .. .'. .' ' J. W. Kean & Co Opijosite P. O. 'Phone 98 Gl.'i7.iiig Graining W,M. BARBER. % Painter ami Decorator Carriage Painting a specialty ^.Kalsoiniiiiiig Paperlianging ^ WW WW (From the Tiimes.^) man. The lai>d lieing soWl consists ^ of lO.ftOO acres, two uvil^M north of Magra'tih. lfi,00O acres of la'iMl was sol'd out-.si'de of Ma>gTaih las't week to men from Iowa and lUinois. It is . s^.i-l Soirthern AltePta. I The girl's ba.skrit 'ball tea^m here is j Scott at Kdmonlon was de.stro.vwl practi.fing diii'gontly, and aw prepar- | i,y fire. Hon. W.' H. ("uwhing was the wi^ii an lowa!^''' t'"">pe'e �'i't*i any team in inv^.ner. j A. C Frasor, mianag�?r of the Mor-lohant's Rank, Bdmonton, was luar-'ritwl to Miss Ma)�ol Mcl^'an, daiivi'ht-jor of A. .1. Mcljoan, town engineer, i .S'tro'tihcona. ' Three more wliolesole 'houst^s have XINKTY NF.W OVKNS. (Frank Pa|>er..) , .. , - - ------------ ........I As'on in.s'tanpe of the rapi>an, of tiiis place, ;ias.s-.>d atvay on Monday morning, .lun? Jl, at the Frank Hospital. D �-� The municiiml election on tiva fro-posinl by-law for t4ie horrowing ot Mclioan, wife of .lohn sao.OOO for �h;. construction of wat- IIIOH RIVER. �tihe building material We CM Mpfily yoH with Satliei mi Oeorii. Wlaiow aa4 Ooar Praaci miice. Baak an4 Hmm Filliafi. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN INGSOF ALL KINDS " Clear and common luintier on lianil iH>tation8 promptly given on application CIRANllROOK ' Sasb & Door Factory tRANBROOK, B C. (From t'he Tinio�.) A fow 'h^urs prior to Ieavi>ng post ofHcc .1fly lasit. Miss baird was pie���?�tcd wMi a pursio-cont(lining the sitm of flOO in gold. The amount was siil)scriopularly kno'vn as ;"i.^i(t.lc Mack," pasf�c>d t'hrough here lyewt'?rday on his way to Pin.-.lier jcivwk, wh?re ho will confer with the council of that town, and will awnrd i lie contract for the consilructia fiitilt accorciing to 'the latest iui-prowd plans anil will have a capacity of 7r� l>arrels-per iday. The elevator will ihttvc a copociity .if ;:0,"-OtX> bu�hcls, and is to ibe modern in �^very ri-KiK-ct. Coke Company, � locatf'U in tho hustling tovn of Colemon. The dema'id ifor the coke mianU'fecomc so gee\t that er works and electric W-ght system, 'from time to time atklit/ions have was h��l'd last Fivda.v. Sixl,.v-l4iree ! haid to he mode to t'he .olrw.dy it.tge of t'iKj 4]ualiiWl electors regist'ereid plant opLM'atcd. �iheir .opinion, and not a vote was | As an instanw, t'ho compan.v has and Thomas K.vau Co.. lAvl., of Wmnipeg. Tho Ontario Railwa.v Com.iiission consists of .1. Leitch, K. C, Cornwall; A. B. Ingram, M. I' . St. Thon�as; and H. N. KiHson, Hai; il-ton. 'Jtio chairman gets ?6,u00 a year, and the otiher meniibers ^i.OOO. The LetHbridg^e Hotel established ISftJ W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR N ANTON. cas-t ai^inst the pa.ssi'ivg of itihe by-|just cloS'Od a coirtract for iiw. buiM-law. jing of 90 moiv ovens. These, when Thomas O. .I'omieson. Superintend-'"'T'Pl'f'lf't. increase the cap.icity ; ent of t'he Alliert.a Pacific Elevator >'' battery to I'.tO ovens, ir.tis-' Company, took a drive around the ""^h 'l**"'^^ �' prt>s�^nt eastern and .soiHherii settlements on ' l>'�'�fl'^'l ovens in active operati>n. Cuesday. lie sinys that th? grain is _o-- iookinfi' fine-spring g.rai'nr-luit in n little la't>e it) comparison wi>th ol'her places, v Miaar�'8 Liaiawat ii asta fey Physiclaas Twnety-five or thirty .x'^sirs ago tho j I'.ev. Charles G. Finney, 'ivsi^dont ct cnE.MOXSTRATION AT TABOR. The winter w^v?at is not!.,. , . . ^ � ,ery pro.,..sing, and will not exct^vl ^^.-om'scd ot th. Ihr.v.n,- a fifty IKT cent.-crop. ' Telephones and Telephone Material For Farmers* Lines and 1^ Systems THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA A .n?i."ting was held in the Assembly liall on Friday adernoon giani�; a permonant sociot after (he fall fat.-. The faii-s beet a a.v now under the supervision I ,^,,^. ^^ g.-oun'ds, .^^hc-.o j of tlK.. Al,l�rta Agricultural Fft'i'sji,,^,. ^.pi ,,,. x^fional A'n.h.-n. Association, and, provirtwl a su.lici- ^^^^1,,,, j^^,, ! ,-w num.lM>.s of nK^.U.rs enmll. the! ,f,^,,,,,, ,,,^.^ ,3.,:.,,,^.; Ca..;l.s-ton fair will .be entitled to th.:^^, ! usual government grant. TJtore\vill j^^U l>e a fair helfl heie on nho 'da.ve aii '� : I aces. IKwnlfd !> the main orgoniicati >a. Oberlin College, was cariying i>n a series of revival meetings in Boston. Manufactures and Hses High Grade Telephoifea, SwitchlxMirrls, and One da.v a gentleman called .0 see .,pp,ratu9 and umtarial for telephone plants, h.m M\ business, and was a'.'liniiled ,, 1,1 ... 11 1 . .1 by Mr. Finniy s .,1.-,..;.-^^^ ,xm i. ,-.s ' Tlb^ fomixmy offers for sale at low prices to all who may require them, five years old, ! tills f[tiidity of IVIeplioiies, Telephone Equipment and Apparatus "Is .your father in?" asktvi 1 iie .Applications or coiTPsixnidonco is solicited from those who wish to strangjnr. purchase siuh supplies. ' __ strangjnr. purchase sueli supplies. ' ih... Asscm-' ,,,epft,.ing 4o hoki a i ig "'^'^ The B^.-ll Teiepltoiie Company constructs and operates farmers' lines oo� to or- ;,^^,,,..,^i,, n^,�i,vi�n Day. In the """^ ;^'"'" ; I i, connection with its local exchanges on a rental bosis. at reasonable Ll,l^ '"""'"'^ ""^'""^ I mn'ii'''" Inifes. Or the Comp.niy will give connection with its local exchanges 1 _ .....1 lo..i/dis(a..ce Hues to rural lines contructed bv the farmers them- IITY OF LETNBRIDGE Te.wlei's For Tolice Cniforms. matcihos. {ii>.l ilun-.se and foot viz.. Se|>t. 18, anil P''�>*�>'S'f>n�M�"'sf-;,,p^j,,g,,.,t es will Ix' s.ippliod 'by t-ho I'rovincial j (iovernm^nt. A |>?w sot of offlcars 1 have Ijoen appointed to contou .Agricultural Fair, and ibe] ion. CHURCH DIREaORY. CATHOLIC CMVRCH. .SuMlay Services:- Low niasa. 8.30 a. n.; bifb 11.00.; vespers. 7.SU |�. m. Daily Services:- lla�8 1.80 �. in. Father Vsn Tigkcm. ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHURCH. (Aasliraii) R�v. J. S. Clilvers. A. K. C, KmUu. Rev. David Joaes, II A.. Aiilstaat. Suadays: Sunday School at 8.06 p. m. Evenanng at 4.30 p. m. (From ihe News.) The Catholics haw deeid to. 'loHcph ChamjK'au w'vei'al Wl-sks ago. It is understood, on good auHi.u-tty that the sulf-agont of Domjont in. his resignat'i,)n, to take effect no lator than the :�0,...f .Inne. Mr. Bender has had this matter in consty a sintier and itve son. At Ivivingftt jne. Mont., lihey will be n>i�t. by Mr. Al-kire's father. The deceasort van alHXit 3.5 y�ar8 old. siip|iort of the prrncipali business men jI-�'uidKe ol th..! town aixl rti.>jtrici have leer. following ofTicors the ensuing year: rre.sidfnl, Fi-ank lu^vit't; Vice-Presi-dei>t, .1. .\ Hammer: Secret'ary, Sim-s'.>n W'oolf; Assi.stairt Srerotar.v, .f. y. Card. l>i(eetor.s--I':phriaiu llarl;-er, Thos. Duce, \'. I. Stuart, W. U. Sloan and T. II. MoiTat. ; Ten'dcTS w ill l>o receivixi liy. the undersigned ..n to .Satui-day, the 2;!rrt tV dance at 'iil^^lri �ill conclude the day of .luiie, I00(>. for 'tbiw .:'.) .suits of imifoMii and three (."1) p.air.s iof e.xirn puirls for the City rolice. , i Cloth 'to be of l�psl rpialit.v' nine, 'Sei'gip, W'i'l'h .'Ogulalion silver bnl-1 'tons, ami all innlerials 'in make 'ip ' totx^i'h.' �be�i: .sa.tipies of cloth mus^l Incco.upnny li-wilors. The lowest or: iin.v tender not i�ece.ssaril.v accepted, f j By oivler, j C. B. BOWMAN, 1 Sec.-Treas. i and luiit; distance lines to rural lines contrncted by the farmers themselves, on rf\isoil!) hie terms. When ret^uii-etl the coinp.any will give e.xpt'it and other iisBisla-ice in the building of snch lines. With Bel TeU'pli 3111' Conip'tny instruments and sui3ervision of construction, good service is tissuitnl. Pfirlictiliirs on application to P. C^Paterson, Manager North West Depiiitin.'iit, Wimiipeg, Manitoba. sY.von Hi'^itr. fx i'.�o7. IVI.'salfs to tho r.iO','i-!f (if CiilM'i.ry. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA TABOn. 'Hlvo S.viKwl oi ('al'(?ai'.v iniv>(s at Calgary thiM w.'fic llev. .1. S. "hi�'-ers, C. r. v. ('i)nyl'.'(>are. I\. ('., ahaneelii).' of th diocme;. Ma.vor licg-ers. C. \\, llon-i.u.M hikI K, A. C u.-ninghani are e.Niu'ci.'d to repr.?s.'i!t Kethbridge. A strong edoiM will be p.it fiith 10 ha\7. WKSLEY MRI'HODIIiT CHURCH. Rev. J. O. Huihatw, Pastor. Saaday services at Jt.OO a. m. aad 7.30 p. m. Suaday School aai Mble Clasa at S.OO p. m. Prayer Meeting. Wednwdays, at 1.00 p. b. Gpwoith League, Fi'days, at 1.00 p. m. kl^OX CHURCH. (Prrabytorlaa.) Riv. /. M. GordtfB. Minister. Suadai Services it iiOO a. u. aad 7.3* p. m. Sunday School at 1.04 p. m. Prayer Meeting �ot is to ho ereer of Dakjt-ana here .ahdmiring Tal)or, scrntiniz-ing tho maps to fiiKl vvhei-e the ini available lands are Incalc^l. TalMir is a ha|�p.>- town. FriUiy niflht's gited wUh iIk' country, aiid the splendi'd rains, are nr.T nio ok weeds. w. A. ITamilloii'.'^ Advice to Farmeis of th.' Bistriet. W. A. Tla.niHon. wotsi i'nspecior, was out in the (�(imvtr.v on .iflicial business on Saniieaking of w.-kM^, he said the fai*niers would ip:>-t rid of t')�ab farm nuis^wce if itv.v wont over tli.?ir fiekls after the Hiuin was up with a lig'li't 'Kirrow. '\'hr\ would kiTi th;. yoimff h:':'iIs juhI not in.|ure ithe graii.._ DSIdKoloToToioiaoTOT^^^ (From the Xews.) W. Ourrie, who in operating .1. A. _______ .......... oront's driuins ttpi>aratus nt Mobile i;^"T^;;,,;;;^;;!^;^^^^^^ f^,:,,,. Creek, states that, althougih tlio well ' ,. ,,ijj,,, ,,^^,3 ^vorst n �t five o'clock of lOnginoor | wrath were turned oiM, and the liii!.' iloihn Toll, ns lihd!ng and It .�\ b.'niicli (if I 111' I'mion Bank Imjs jbeen opeiKxl i'n .Viivliipi;liiins will soon have lour cliiiivbi'.s in C;ilg'ai',v. Mon.se.jaw Is tu have .1 r.'Si lent 'judge, and will he iiiado the .si',it of a jiHlicial di�iti-it'i. The Montreal i-i'iiference of the MetiKt)dls't (>)iuii''li H'ili>i>tod a memori-liil to I'lvj geiii'i'iil loiifert'iMV recom->irH>nding that nu iiiinlS't':>r be allow-iud to betouifl a irirml>ri' of Hho direc-:'toi'ai�i hew;l caina I'n ,Tl�e result was that when the l>aJ>l" jowu.-d making it a housohoW word Ut Mi III Read the Uarald Ada. Iftiey were all on tihe ivjpair |,y iheir contact witli a pole. lYto injumi' (t-mlnd man never ro|fainrd eonHcioumes.s, 4ist. Tim figl�t would have �j*pii|to friends ai>d na and all forma of bowel morning exprws, where ho lingered , of'tilioiu might receive aditional in-i iroul.le. For �ulu by all druggists, i The Grandest Collection ot Art. Art Treaaures, And School Exhibits Ever Got Together Tm The West! TheCamival In Venice And The Knaljenshue Air-Ship Art' Among The Special Attmctions. Entries close July 7th. CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL LINES !:;;:r'::!l.lM;r"T't'^; For Entry Blanks^c apply to G. H. Grrik, President. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE [hotel dallas j R. J. HuGHGS, Sec-Treas. A. W. B�LL, Qeiteral Mgr. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ^^^^^^ ;