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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta * 1J . L. SKphem Mali fecltMtort it-1 _ r h en you come to the Me tropdlis stay at the NEWS THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers COMPETITION Take the whole $1.00 per day Opposite C.P.R. Depot otel OLA RKHHOLM. (From the Review} RAYMOND. (Prom the Chionii'l The Alberta Land and Slock j Co. has sold the Pot Hole Ranch ;otl8,tibO acres to Messrs. Itarri-  lions im� weea upon son and Schmit/. of Storm hake !uf nll a�tiiitiunal son, lit their home Mr. and Mrs. O. have I. Amundsen i^uj Speech by Hon. Dr. Veber. IN FAVOR OF THE J. J. HILL ROAD Emphasizes the Needs of the Great and Growing West. Whi'ii the V. V. and K. railway AND was befor^ Miu senate, lion. been receiving congrutnla- h *. , r , this week umii the arrival U� N ^r, spoke as lollows: on Monday. The lirsl wedding to he held in to do. The Hon. Stephens & Kockcmlorf Proprietors Calgary Alberta i I' r J. tA KEAN'S Ml? STORK FOR Freth Strawberries, Cherriet Tomatoes, Aiparagaft Cucumbers an average of seven |M>umls per head, the wool should' bring from it to avt�. The Raymond weather btueatt reports that three quarters of an inch of rain has fallen in the storm which liegan Monday last. The storm of the |*ist two days ami the sun of to-day makes vegetation fairly jump, and the country at targe is a joy to behold. Reports from the beet fields are v tto the- effect that resecded toots Lettuce ar* coming tip rapidly and doing well, those whieh were not effected by cutworms wen? toing thined until the storm stopped the work of the thinners. Altogether the outlook for a good crop is most encouraging and beet raisers expeot a big harvest. ICti C'.RKAM AM) ^ ()|| S|||Hiuv there was iptite a ice cream SODAS severedownpour of hail between Raymond and Lethbridge. Mr. - - Win. Paris who was driving be- 3 delicious .� . . lw^ul|le towns with his family -says the hailstones went through J\A7 |/oan Rf C^d Ids umbrella as though it Were . W. rvedll From Mr. .lolm Silver it is learned that the hail whieh to Iowa. Mr. H. K. Harker of ('nnlston wo� in town Satunh.yon his way, t|lt. Metlunlisl eluiirli. here, was, to the shearit.g camp. whi�*li lht� | ^It-iiiitixtil Wednesday afternoon ' war will l>e �t ( nrroll s siding. | |lt thwtl oVJoek. when Miss Hattie Mr. Harker reports a somewhat | Tullington. of Montreal was united heavy loss of lambs during the late cold rainstorm* sheep Vta\e done well however and will dip I did not pro|k)se to speak on this amendment, but t am forced to Tnitod Htntrs? of the international line from the JJay of Fuudy to the Vaeifie oeenn, there are numerous lines running into the i'nited States. Ave they draining this country or are they benefitting us? 1 i think lion, gentlemen will all agree that they are benefiting u$. Why not allow us to have all the roads we want? I eall attention to the fact that in the original ehartor of the Canadian Pneilic. Hadway there, was u.wwt,iohpruiiiiiiic-danyr�ii-'ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. way eoming into Manitoba and the territories from the south. That raised snob a storm in the Now occupy Adams Lumber Co, Just Received Three Carloads. Come Erly and get First choice. d. W. MrNiroiM General Manager, Lethbridge, Alia. Old stand -Wound Street member for west that the government had \ck Prince Albert has been ulluded to buy that right if I remember cor and had to lend frequently in memtor from Alberta. the debate as the roetly, turn nail to lend some He is from fifteen million dollars to the C. I in marriage to Mr. Joseph hueL of Meadow Creek. Saskatchewan, i am from Alberta, Nut only fix)m the provim berta but the o f Al- Oranges Bananas Lemons CAUhSTON. (MiistitnerK'y Alberta, and i should hf of a Hal The rail- to  sorry to any ot my people imagine that i held the views of the IIoft. gentleman from Saskatchewan on coal out. nr Sundaes {From the Free IVeSSj Mr. Ualdry has been api>ointeii fire chief. art portatiou gentleman from Saskatchewan has observed, is the problem *of the west, and on its proper solution de[*md altogether tin perity of the west, and on the pros- |h*rity of the west ile|)ends the ' pros|ierity of the whole Dominion. Hon. Mr. Sullivan Not by a jugful, i Hon. bought our goods in Montreal and Toronto, we hail to wail three or foui months for their arrival. iin-mulintely on the ndvent of the roads from the south one of our merchants bought two car loads of W1111N LETHBRIDGE STOP AT Till? BALMORAL HOTEL .Mr. l)�'V�'licr A m etdlei 1 patriotism has ah from Mr. Peters down, inside Op|x>site P. O. Phone �8 William liobischaud has sold out his interest in the ^necMi's' deal of hotel t�> Ross Hros., who will eon- j 0otMI intn'jduueil into the argument of two davs, wanting to know what duct the business in the ftttuiv. |W Uonwk nfterimhml. the Canadian 1'neiiic.Railway had An absurd prophesy of an earth-1 When 1 niakf the statement that everdone that we should get a ear the depth yfthn^e or four inches utiakt- at Fernie for next^ '[Way j rurporation or eoimmny ever limd of goods by the (ireat North, did not it.jure the grain. has been rumored around the eily. . 1 . , ., ...�� mm  \ . 11 .i . J 1 .......�>� wJ.. 1 conceived the ideu ot budding a ern. I hey were simply told that henderson, proprietor Glazing draining An ainnseing storv is told of �ud some ecmstern-itum liiis bt^eiij ........ *oys he neglected to remove the duckling from the chicken's milk, and on returning half an hour later hugged himself with congratulation hecausa he found the deceased swimming alioiit on the |utn of milk contending with the chickens for the delicacies at theliottom. Doubtless this is un accidental discovery of a greut scieutifit* priuci pie, hot milk for the restoration of life. winch ever road gave the best ser- among the children and j railway purely out of patriotism: the foreign people in consequence, j when 1 state that no company oi vice would l�e patronized. Tin* In fact it is even said that a few a corporation ever constructed a consequence is that to-day we get Telephones and Telephone Material For Farmers' Lines and Local Systems wjiiiu |Kiins Ui aswrtaiii how lU*] 1 stHle ,,,u' �or|mration fuolisli story oii�inatwl hut bu. �r i-uiiipany �>v�t i>|H3rat�Hl a nul- w�y solely �ml iclusivt'lv in tlie iimiiy wt-eks as wi* furui^riy W�>t it immtlm. And tlie cities 1m*- ----- ^ - - j-,----- far have been unsuccessful THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA Manufactures and uses High (Snide twecn Lethbridge and Winnipeg, interests and for tbe convenience! which are yet without eoiii|*tUiuii, "ther apparatus iimi inalerial for telephone plants. Telephones, Switchlnxinls, and MACiKATH. of their (From ihe Pioneer.) (uitrixis, making a statement that no member of this Mouse will li'ive the 1 think I am have to wait two or three mouths to get their goods. When the other clause comes up for consid- teinerity to endeavour to eonUo- erution it may l>e necessary to �!i KaiIwavs are conceived and reel a few mote observations to Mr. -hi mi son left last Monday! for Tabor. He expects to be leav-� v . the district in a very short) ^oiistriictcti and o|**rut**d for one the question, but at nig time for a new field of labor. Th*� 1 purjKise only; and thut purjKise is tin The company offers for sale at low prices to all who may require them, this quality of Telephones, Telephone Equipment and Apparatus Applications or corn*siKMtdeuc4* is solicited from those who wish to purchase sneh supplies. The Mell Telephone Company constructs and operates farmers1 lines in connection with its local exchanges on a rental Iwisis, at reasonable r the Company \vill give connection with its local exchanges lieople of Magrath are reluctant to i the declaring of divideiuls. I am imrl with him and only hope that* nol wyttinBl niil\vays at all. I am he will tiiui as many friends whith- i i  r r .1 1 erhegot-thashehasleft here hl 1 very much in favour of tbein. rail- Magrath. Mr. Jamison is nuW; ways may l>e an iinmixtHl blessing, superintendent i�f the Albert l'a-f but Hiey may lie at times nothing cific KlcvuUir Company. � but an unnecessarv evil. liverv present time I think 1 can only say that 1 1 ru**M have, no wish whatsoever to see uul lon* distance lines to rural lines contrncted by the* fanners themselves, on reasonable terms. When required the company will give were l'xlM'rt au,l other assistance in the building of such lines. With Bel blanket charters issued by the gov eminent in Canada. If it possible, I would like to see rail- Teleph me Company instruments and supervision of construction, good way routes thrown open to competition, and if fifty comi�anies up- plied for a charter over a certain service is assured. ur genial hotel .proprietors. Mr. j railway will give go,r ,)o> *?bt?r Aml tlier^ Mloard's liniment iiuieU by Phy^ici* week and left yesterday for Kay-j fore we in the west look upon it in moud. Mr. Rich says thut tho^ this way; give us competition crops up that way are looking ex �) wherever it comes from, let it come^eially the hay. "opli. fftm| lwr,|l( BoulIl- wwt ,r west, ers are mvnig the farmers no emtl , a 1 of trouble ami Mr Itich prwliet�lc am*'ial1 1 �u?�^ Kmlway. Sunday School at 3.00 p. iu. Kveasnus at 4.3U p. m WISStLEY MKTHOUliT CHURCH. Rev. J. G. I!u$hs>m, Pastor. I. A, Harvey is looking after his fences and stands a good elm nee of securing the nomination for parliament if an election 'b called this full. Mr. Harvey has been a hard worker in the Conservative party and he may reap the re wan I that is competition we have in the west the better for us Hon. gentlemen who have not visited the west have a very small idea of the extent of that country. I am looking at the question in a very small way when I say that the wheat Udt extends Western Canada's Industrial Exposition! AND Agricultural Fair the 8SoV mr.Vbw t llM * m* tod.fining at tlw iVxt election. p Sunday School ani Wble Clasa at 3.00 p. D). Prayer Meeting, Wedatedays, at B.00 p. n. EpwoitA League, Fiitays, at %M IJLAIRMORK. (From the Times.) K. K. Orchanl who has been so long In charge of the boarding bouse at Lille and who alto carried a general stock of groceries has disposed of his business to the V, Bums Co. Mr. and Mrs. Orch- v Prater Meeting enV WeUaeaday'Hr^ w"' 'ettVH shortly on an ex-Ifpllg at 8.00 o*clitk. tended pleasure trip befoie again engaging iu business. Mr. d. K. Miers informs us that he can go one better that Mr, Win. Caisins in regard to green peas ami 1 iota toes. Ho has greeu |jeat�! for 400 miles in width of territory, almost reatly for use aud new pot-' or less, from east l�oundry of Man atoes now fit for use. itoba to the Rockies. We have The death tncjk place under vervMoue traiiseontineiitul lino there siul circumstances on WiHliiaaalitv ftuwhwl ami one iwrily built; evening at six o clock of Miss Ellal*-* r 1 1 *i Harrison, second daughter of Wev.i( V!^*" ^�'l,lw"l-BIII|t,i U'a �^ J.M.Harrison. The deceased waa* w,,,c" m tu *** pui,t( t,M* (,raiul teaching until a week ugo Tuesday,j Trunk Pacific -three lines in u but took ill during the afternoon] belt of territory 4�N� mile* in width. of that date and had to leave heH What would the lieople of cluub at j'"''"'111 11 . � �1 r 1 !home in Coleman to their uumer- T " ous friends about July 4th; boniuhvy line. As f understand it. the only thing that is to be feared, if this subelause is adopted, is competition. Read Rerald Ads. Jf-i'--r a. p. - -^ i If your ttuiiiai* truiibl^ you OajV1111' ,Wn8 t,UM0 Utl>' or uu>' net c*>iuiuil�j ihtvt t'horiuiu^ Hioiw-h n�iK� Kiwr TahietH. ' Oat � I ttway when the railways were lie-i'ivl ?Ur,|l|w ?MAru� "iowa ami, i�K built from New BlUuswick, a�ve thorn ft trial They aUto cure'. * +x , ... t. t . . 1 I'uaat^tttjoii uwt tiiiiuusuosu. j from tju^uec aud troni Ontario in- Thef Hraudeat I'ollectiou of Art, Art Treasures, Ami School Inhibits Kver tiot Together In The West! TheCarnivul Iu Venice Aud The Kuabeuahue Air Ship Are Among The Six*ciul Attractions. Entries clos^July 7th. CHEAP EXCURSIONS ON ALL LINKS FOR THE PEST SERVICE LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS For Entry Blauka.ttc, apply H. H. Oukio% President. R. J. Hiohks, Seu-Trea*. A. W. BiitL, Ueneral Mgr. to WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS t-'f. ;