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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta fwhen you come to the Me-^�'i tropolis stay at the Palacef NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers COMPETITION :$1.00 per day yaa> ^Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens & Bookendorf ' Prppriefcrs I Calgary, Alberta | KEAN'S RAYMOND. (From the Chioiiiclo.l ! The Alberta Land and St�>ck Co. has sold the l^ot ITolo Kantli jotl8,r)tO ncrt?� to Messrs. Itarri-> son and Sohuiit-/.. ol Storm Luke ! Iowa. : Mr. H. E. Harkor of (\1rd9ton Iwosiutovrn Satiinluv on his May i to the shearing; cain|>. whiw!iat heavy loss of lanihs during the lato cold rainstorm, shet'p fiuve done well howev�?r and will clip ' an aVTirage of sven |x>inids per head, the wool should' brini^; from 17to20ct8. 1 The Raymond wsiither bureau ! reports that three quarters of an ' inch of rain has fallen in the storm i which began Monday last. The ; storm of the {xtst two days and tlie I sun of to-day makes vegetation fairly jump, and the country at hirge is a joy to behold. Reports from the beet fields are to the-effect that resewletl beets CLAKKSHOLM. to Tnited Stntrs';' Take the wliole of the intoniatioiud liue from llu' - Bay of Fnndy to th7-"'''''i-"--^ � *. , into the I nited btatcs. Are tiiey ; VeOer* Idraininj,'tins country or are lltey - beuefiltiny us? 1 think lion. IN FAVOR OF THE J. J. HILL ROAD i^'entlemen will all aeree that they - : are iM'nelitinsj U9. Why not allow Emphasizes the Needs of the Great us to have all the ro^uia we want? and Growing West. � ' attention to the fact tlnit in ! _ , the ori.u;inaJ charter of the Ca-1 When the V, V. and H. vailsvay uaiiiiui I'acitic Kadwuy there wasi bill was Ijeforp 'he seu.-ite. Hon. a clause which prohibited any rail-1 way coming " ' � ' WMCONS AND Just Received Three Carloads. Eriy and get First choice. Come tHE STORE FOR Freih Stfi^Wrries, Ckerriei * Tomaitoes. AsparagM ^^ueumben Ult�c� 1�>* ^P/^^P'"*'^ and doing r*  ~" I well, those which were not effected Oranges Banana* by cutworms were I)�iug tliine >'�"ager. Lethbndge, Alta. ou Monday. ; this amendment, but T am forced That raised such a storm in the �>cenpy Adams Lnniber Co. Old stand-Round Street The tirst wct A"ND Sunday there was cpiite a ICE CREAM SODAS severe downpour of hail between A siiecialtv. Oar Sundaes Raymond and Lethbridtic. Mr * . . ' Wm. Pans who was driving are delicious .. �  tween the towns with his family --� says the hailstones went throngi, J\l/ I^Aort At ^O'his umbrella as though it wer� have any of my ii�H)ple imagine The road there was narrow gauge, that I held the views i>f tln^ IJofi. and it give us no comijetition. but | , 'gentleman from Saskatchewan on ; when this clause was expunged by ; Mr. Hem.ng. formerly i'>auager,^j,j^ , t,,., ^,overnment, our nmh were of tlie toclirane Kaiiclie came in . r . . ,. .111 i .1 on Monday from High Kiver. Hei t^ommgasTdo from the west,i made broad gauge, and that gave; will take his wile l>ai!k with himi having absorbed western ideas and j us coiniM>tition. The (treat North-1 to that |>oiiit the lattery art of the | lieing fairly convemant with west- eru, owued by Jim Hill, did not j week. Mr. Fleming has made {ern reiiuirements. f hoi)e I may be lower the rates at all, but they sou�. purchases Inhere a�'d thinks ^^.^^^ if , take up a few mo-1 said. 'We will give you Injtter^ ,.elloftheH.ghK.vetco,>nt>y.^ ^^^.ts of your time. The trans- service.' Prior to the advent of^ W�^i7Jda^''>^'�t?'*^"uI�^"''^^^P**''*^^^^ problem, as the Hon. the rmd into Lethlri.lge, when we ( oi nest aj. � 1. a .\. gentleman from Sask.atcheAvnn has bought our goods in Afontrcal and ; on FERN IE. Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 Ghr/.ing Graining W. M. BARBER. Painter and Decorator Kalsomining Paperhanging g |>aper. From Mr. John Silver is learned that the hail which to the depth of three or four inches did not injure the grain. An amuseing story is toLl o Mayor Clreeu who accompunie* the lady correspondents to Cnrd-ston. The Mayor is managing couple of flour mills in the district >, and being a tudies man was the Carriage Painting a specialty \ \ \ center of a gronp'of curious eorre- r on hand (.Quotations promptly given on i npi^lieation CRANBROOK Sasb & Door Factory CUANBVIOOK, B C, CHURCH DIREaORY. ICATHOLUJ rily Communion:- lat Sunday in tlm luenth. 8 a. 111. (Vlaiu), and 11 n.ni. (CIidiuI). Srd Svaday alter Mat'is. days at 8.:i0 a.m. I he found (he deceased swimming I al)Out on tlie pan of milk contending with the chickens for the delicacies at theliottom. Doubtless this is an accidental discovery of a great scientific principle, hot milk for the restoration of" " ife. CRANBROOK. (From tilts H��ald.) Rev. Bastnin, who was rector at Other Sun- Christ's chureit for some time has had a call from Wantage, Eng-Oaifr 1Utia� Eitasong at �3� land, and will go there in a few a. �, aad 7.30 p. m ^j^^; J. a! Harvey is looking after his fences and stands a go�xl chance of securing the nomination lor parliament if an election 's callefl this fall. Mr. Harvey has been a hard worker in the Conservative party and he may reap the rewartl that ia coming at tb* next election. ST. MARY'S MTSSION. (Nm. S.i Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Kvensnng at 4.30 p. ni. : &)B\-To the wife of M. A. ..i^erviHl, is the problem \.f Torcmto. we had to wait three or, Cotmibs; on liiursday 1 Itli. a uirl. .1 ~. , 1 't____ ii * .i  � , r , _ � the west, and on its proper solu-1 tour montlis for their arrival. 1111-; � tion deiieiMl altogether the pros-! nie. The Lethbridge Hotel Csta'blished 1&B5 W. Henderson. Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta 111:AIK>1 ARTEUS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL An absurd prophesy of an earth-ciuake at Fernie f�r next IHiestlay has been ruuiorwl around the city, anil some consternation lias beeit caused among the children and the foreign people in consequent*. In fact it is even said that a few have left town in anticipation oE this dire event. We have been at some pj\ins to ascertain how thi> j Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PKOPRIETOR _:_#________ foolish story originateil but fur have been unsuccessful. Telephones and Telephone Material For Farmers* Lines and Local Systems THE BELL TELEPHONE COItfPANY OF CANADA MAGRATH. 8u. or comiJany ever oiJemtey offers for sale at low prices to all who may reciuire them, to get their goods. When the ^'''^Telephones, Telephone Equipment and Apparatus y is solicittxl from those who wish to berof this House will h-�ve the' other clause comes up for consid- '^Pl�''�'t�>"s o''�>'i� temerity to endeavour to coiitio-; eration it may Ije necessary to di- l'��'liase such supplies. vert. Railways are conceived audi reel a few moie observations to' J^^''J^'''^'�'Mione Company constructs and operates farmers' lines constructed and ojierated for one 1 the question, but at the present "-s'of"'^^^t-hanges on a rental basis, at reasonable purrwse only; and that purixjae is j time I think T can only say that I' ^'^ tbe Company will give connection with its local exchanges the decbriug of dividends. I am have no wish whatsoever to gee '"'^^^''>larion Lindsay Baxter, celebrated their 2oti� wed-ing anniversary last Sunday. Mr. Alvin O. Rich, who has been sijending some few days in thedis^ trict of Canlston and Mountain-view returnetl the early part of the week and left yesteithiy for Raymond. Mr. Rich says that the^ crops up that way are looking excellent, especially the hay. (ioph-ers are giving the farmers no end exterminate them, in another year they will completely � crops. railway will give good accomoda-1 plied for a charter over a certain West Department, Winnipeg, Manitoba, tion, will give fair -rates if com- i piece of country that every one of | lieHele Class at 3.00 p. in. 'Prayer Meeting, Wedawdays, at B.OO - ip. B. EpwoKfe League, Fi ilays, at 1.00 � p. at. KNOX CHURCH. (PresUyt�rlan.) IW*.' A. M. Gordon, Minister. ^�SttMa9''S�vviccs It n.oo a. m. aad ^ TTiTp. m. ^ �>Siuidar School at 3:0) p. m. '-----r Jleetlttg ctik Wedaeiday liiligt too aVUik._ ^^^8A?TIs�T.tBt;RNACLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Isuater Services at 1100 a. m. and ^ 'TiM p.' rvSaaday Scbool at SM p^ m. Wnmmtting WsdwMay tveBlng at plwlV W*rchanl who has been so loitg in ciiaige of the boarding house at Lille and who aho carried a general atM^ of groceries hoa diapoaed ot hit bnsineas to the P. Burna Co. Mr. and Mrs. Orchard will leave shortly on 'an e.x-tended pleasure trip tiefore again engaging ill bnainesa. On June i2th in St. John's her maniy friends, church, Olds, the Rev. W. V. Mo-1 There is talk of a grist Mdlan, rural dean, performed the being erected here, ceremony that uniteil the life of Rev. R. A. Robinson, of Coleman, to Miss Barlow. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson have been speoding a few daya at the St. Paurs^^iasion on the Blood reserve and will \m at home in Coleman to their nitmer-oiM friends tihout July 4th; yestenlay morning, but li wua j ered afield in our argument this found tltat an attscess had fonaeU 1 , fi,, �-  1 i-in connection witli the uermiform |'^.^^TT" �'"'I^Jy apijendixand that nothing foidd+ P'f'sent time an amerid- be done. ! went which strikes out sai>claiise � (a) of clauBe 1, which subclause one transcontinental line there finished and one partly built; thei Canmlmn Northern. .u.d tho o�e; jhELARGESTEXHIBIT which IS to l)e built, the Grand j , �Tor-U' Trunk Pacific-three lines in a Ur LIVt,-�IOI.,K belt of territory'lOtJmilei;in width.! �n WESTERN CANADA What would tlie jjeople of Ontario i say if they had only three lines in| 400ndlesy Would they lie satis-i KedV CiMi you blame us for wanting competition. We h.'�ve wnnd- TABOR (Prom the Herald Corresjxjndwit) The Talior Brass Baud will visit Macleod on July 4th. Miss Ida Dudley of Magrath, is spending a few .days here visiting mill $5 00.00 OFFERED IN PRIZES IN WHEAT reads as follows: (a) From a |x)int on the main line lietween Anderson lake and Green lake, riutning along or near I The^ Grandest Lilloet lake. Lilloet river and Har-' rison lake, and thencesouthaasterly to a ix)int on the interiuttional bounda-y line. As I understand it, the only INTERESTING Butter MaKini^ Competition Ojien to Amateurs and Also Professioiuils The Hotel Wiiid$or H. �. MIEBACH^ Proprietor Every attention given tjie travelling pnbliic Feed Stable in connection felej^ione 4? Landseekers' and Hancher'a Headquflrtera RATES, $1.00 PER DAV Collection of Art, \ Art Treasures, And School Ex-j liibits Ever Got Together In The West! TheCarnival In Venice And The thing that, is to bH feared, if this' If .vour stoinncli tioiible.s jou, do not conclutte ibwt there is no cuiv, I"' � (jreat many 'bava Uwn per-nwinM�tl.v enroll by OtiamtierlAiii'H Siornacji niNl Li^-cr 'l'a�jl�ts. ^ Oet � iiw sianipio at all ari�g 8tora� and Sive thorn a trial ;Tf>o.v also cure const iipation and t>itiousnoss. subclause is udopti^d, is competition. Was there any