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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta N.LStepktM Matt RocktiM When you'come to the Me-/ tropoUB stay at the Palacci Hotel . NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers medicine HAT, I $1.00 {per day ] Opposite C. P. R. Depot WOOCCOOCCCWOQCflCCOOCgfiiOBCOaCOCOC { Stephens, A Rockendorf Prdprletore Calgary^ Alberta rnANK. MAOItATll. (Prom the ra^cr.) CharluK Ciii8:>ii, who arrived ciiiitly from Winnipeg to ta!�� ro-, ttic '(rrom tho Herald Heprescntative;) Magrath hds fcecn quite active. - - _ lately mnnugttmciit or ihiuUrAnd Vnio.\ Uu-i _ tei,' L'oloinan, bad a imrrow csuapcl T**" Al'-Star Clu)> Mitcrtainad their trom being killed by tho east fcounJ 'rleiida most on.'oyably*recently.' PiiMo.igor train one iiight last wccW. | our town In taking nUps to got in He got in the Irain wlift mmoUino wita o^hei- town*. A Uciard bf frlcntl8 lie was �.xing nAVuy. anl Tratic has btcn orgenlzcd lb loolc jnnjped off after tho train i�tartad. In after thi� l.u�inci�i� affair* af thj toni-Aoints M hid foot Htruck a rock an.i �h?n th.5 heavy .stcol is laid. Tho extra .gang will srtart iSS'ing the heavy railu ih a few cg. . . iho writor : attcnilMl the hcs.-nt'af ball in LsStiTbridse last Mld his. residence in town to Mrs. Talitha Carlson. The deal was consume ted last Saturd.^y. Mr. - Ortou; will leave shortly for Higli River, where he ox-povts to locate'. ' ' J�h:v Silver, of hair.l,-iiOO acns of land axdod to fall wheat. The farm Is located tetve^a Lethbriiisc t n I .Etlrlin-J:. ULAIRMORK. (From tho Tiine�r) The Dtairraoro hcHel, which was lately dcMiroyed by fire, ta to be ro-built at cn'.v>, and a much Aikh' building will ruplctt-e the ilt>�troycd.| D. c. Drain, the proprietor, - v-ilil erect un hotel bui'ldinif 48x^0 feet, two Ntorey.s hifih rnd i\ ntaining ill rooirs. The sad news of the death of Mr. H. II. IVnrd. of Kock|>ort, N. B., on February 7lh, was nwcived hsre t4iifi Week; Mr. Ward was formerly Methodist n)li.'.rt(or here, r.nd had a very larg^ number of. frii nttt in Th-� Pawi town.^.. � NANTOX. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) *. Rev. A. M, Oordon. Minister. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. " - -Sunday School at 8.00 p. �{. . . . Prayer Meetina leach -Wedaesday evening at 1.00 o'clock. . RAPtlST TAB�iiNACLE. Rev. C. PadUy; Pastor. Sunday Services; It* U.OO a. m. tM o'dock. (Fromtho No�s.) - TI;:>maN Dugoau, nud M:b� Millie Campbell wer�: married Wei)i>ntfanlou: Bchoot (iistrict. have been sold tOiJ.Wi Xay, of llegini. The d.-beutu'nM iMuoiint: to~S8,()m), ))oiriniti;ihtbr8Kt at ft pr cent per cn'ium, ami ''Won� sold for �i8,lrtf>. or at a rreinlumkof 3~pi>r cent. A premium had'hardiy been expected on dolienturcti hoarin; .5 per ccivt., but the* s.hool diRtrict Is aiOO ah?ad. ' Get/r^4tf il. Ki5 's.-r i n I Mif-s Myrtle An^tott vera inai*rieei> startc.'l rn its mill and elevator b�ro. Both will be of-tho sam3 capacity os those at Raymond. . . J.-.W. Evans, the s;n of Mr. Jamo':i E^ans; who has tecnV on a mi��ion i:i Ihslgiam for (>ver three ycais,'returned-on Monday. Dr.. Sanders and Ed. IfopMn's were in Leth'iridgclon Saturday nnd Sun-da.v..;, . . , . ., The Stock '.ludgin:; Sihool end Seed Fair hold hore were mrst successful. The Judaea faid that the cro\rd was the biggest �h3y;^had met in Southern All orta.' The oxhiMtion of !�:4>d was %'ery creditable. Mr. R. W. Bradshaw won the;, ntcdal for the iKRt collection of iTj'n*. -: . (From the News.) By ci'.liins jsjuuiciiic nut off his calling list. JacK sp..>iluj � lot oi liln lo�L wt'uk throiigti pivvcnViutt ine noMiug �ii i'ho; bu:i4iiio(-It waS supposed to wtun tn 'ihir*-(lay, luKi uyek, but outsiiic clubo had to i;u iiot'iliea that theio was no ice. Un Miiiidjy tile ('oriiuiitti''e :i cugbt the n|>lKoranee of th.; wcttthcr ju�ti-lle.hud to curl, and did'nt aG',>ire to �c.,uatic competi-tioiis, ihc link was'nt c^e.l opciiod up;' Local curlcrrt wuro very sorry to disappoint the Calgary imn, and in order to provide 8.)iiiu kinl of amuiis-mont, a baseball game was hAstily arrang^cd Ijctwccn teams piciud from curlers, .with a sprinkling of pleycre olt the HciVior ter.'.n. The editor of tie Nuws is in receipt of a letter, ilated l>L�din, FeU. .12, in which Mr. Muliin.s .states he is "viftiting all the leading m�rket� in Ureat. Britain, und am pcrfeoting urrangciiients for uuxt season's bue-incsM. The tra�Ic for live stce'10,000 for block of lots sir:ilecnts tor the transfer of Harlow ntienod,, but "wo i n !erst�nd that he would not care to lacocpt the he nor. For ourselves, wo^ arc incl'ned to favor the. c:^nlidjiture of Mr. Dan jRiloy. Dr.'Warnock; of lyncher Creek, and Dr. Walters, cfOkK|J,ok8,Vcfc rnjry inspectors of th? district, paid an official visi tio the ranch of-6. H. Eckford, High Jliver, and inspected the bunch of hurs^a.'Fhey found ev-id.-nire of tho pivscnce of:milaido'du'-coit omong a number of the mares, and they were cpmpelle.1 to' MiOor AO head. In (he hier'nlimc. Mr. Ec'tr ford's band of . horB;>� are under cd through Ferniecn the Saturday evening tra:n.on his way to Lclh'>ridgv to chuck that twin under the ihin ani make it-glad at sight of .itfi~'dad. While th^ Cran rook one* is taking a sleep aftor bcin; farmed A\iith a gad by an . irate Cr.\nbrook city dod.. / Editor of The Herald: Sir,-With your kind pcrmiB.^ion, I deeirc, to add a few more lines to thoseiyou did me the favor to .publish in your isMue of the Blst January, under "A word to the fanners." A long lime ago, the fexact date itf of no consoc|ucn.-�, but it was when Autrtria was at the hcnd of the German Foderitlcn, the farmers wore in the eamo^cendition liiuin-cially as .the famiereoi Canada gcii-erally and tho farmer* of 8-.>uth Alberta in particular, are at the pr..s-ent day, hut a certain man with a wiiw head and a good, heart thought long ani hard as to how the. condition of tile peeiMRt might ho h�t.t>:r-cd by additional working funds at a cheaper rale, than they could get at that time. Finilly he thought out the plan nAd conetitution of .what in plinth Klnglish ia n �med, ' The land credit -banks/' These ban!ce Land Credit' Banks have the paternal guarantee of their government, but n�tall.' and thow who have n^t, clo, not Raod it, for given a fair field i.'i; tb3 flnanciah world, even without' any favor whatever, the principle Is sound, oiid strong.v and c&n stand on: Ite own feet, so to speak, without any paternalism whatever. What iii the Land Cnsdit Ban'x?'The Land Crudjt Ban':8 of Germany are sitr.-ply a number of persons in association* principally farmers . (but not exclusively St)), banded together foi\ mutual helps. Tbey are boiiiKl ly (he ALTRUISTIC prineipW of "oa�h for all cnJ aU for each^'; in fact it Just is to the farmers what trader councils, trades unions are to tradesmen, lal/orers, skilled or unskilled, or what lioards of trade arc to merchants and manufacturers. While the ""principal factor of their operations i� to help each other flnancioBy. , go that they can the�r. improve, their homesteads and put into, their laods better and surer crops, that Is not all; they each have an ovcrsi^tht of tho wcrking and operations of .all, and by , the rubbing against e�i^ other, ro to iqicak^ by advice or suggestion*, 'get pointers from each' i/tihcr, which nev. er fait to be or immenso . service to all. But �8, t'o (he principal factor to help eech 'financially, tVo aeeociation is formed by each .raying a mcmber^-iip fee, or-by taking up\or bu>fng a shai\> in a stock comV pany. When the anwciation is fully r-rganiMid, proper officeis are elected by tlie membeiTS, sjcrt-tary,, tnvisurc?, preaidcnt, boarJ ofVfiSrcctora, who operate the a.cnds, and loan to their members up to thrcc-.'ourths of the Value of thoir lands, dopoE�ited /in the treasury,, the memrler giving a mortgage for the ambunt recti;vcd, pays to the araociation officers V.\e agreed interest, and also' the .principal at tha appointed time; in tact, the officers of tho aflsoe:ation arc the go-hctv'een between the bond -hold-I era and tite harrowing memVer. German}- there is the security of the lands and the individual security oi each mentiicr to the bond holders, but "some of them have mada thair membership or share fee no high, thoir p.8.ciaticn becontcs limited liability, but: they offer tho security of the lands, and also the security of the thoro capital^, to tho bii.vcrs of the bonds. I havo not whether there were any ctefaulters. am of opinion if thore have toon such,- the newa of it has never got outside the circle of the members of thrso a�>eaclatioiis, and in a select circle and with careful and honest officers appointed, it^amounts to al-m'st-tljc impofeible to have dofalca-t-ions; but hcnoFt, fair worker.?, receive help rewltittg In .Imrocnso In-cnMsrd production, r n:l Mio crMiorat public linvo bffemd security'for th3ir's. Rs �rood ns British rons�l.Jt^i|^M� Our source of supply is luilimitcd and you can doiieml;i!,tiF6n:ggctt what yon ask for. ' '"^^'^^''''--i'^l^^f^^M ENTERPRISE LUMeER GO. litlf J. W. McNicoL, General Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. , "'^^M Zit dston. Piicber Creek aiid High River;!; Brtocbesat Taker, NmIor, Leaving, Cm mi The Lethbridge Hotel Established 1885 W. Henderson, Proprietor M The largest and best|equipp'ed hotel | in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS VOR COMMERCIAL 3IEN, WHEN IN LETIIBKIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL riVCHER CREEK. (From tho Echo.) The Bajttists ot I'iiuh^r Creek di.3 s rjet. The infant son of Mr. end Mrs. Hotdcn died after a brief Sickne.w on Saturday aflo! noon. Tho new Al ei^a, Hotel, Coyley. which was o|>eney Mr. Fred, liridget. of that placo, has bee.i tr.iii!ii'eri-ed to Mrfisrs. Olmsteed' 41 Fl�>..rt, of Piiichor Cre?k, Whilo workin.j at t^o facs of it .. . ... I>r.n.i of gravel at Lund..rcck on Wed- ���. 4> I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | LAWYER APOLOGI/iES. Prhice Albert, Feb. 37.-James McKay, K. C, the leading ConservafiVo of thiv city, at the ojMnin^ of tho court hero today, apologi/od to Judge |\>ndergrast on behaW of hii> party f^r tho grossly i:n.'air and unwarranted attacks mado on Uie lat-....... AU:ert RAYMOND. Hnracc Ym-'ey, of to (ho positLm' of last-wte'c. He was standing on top , of cn3 of tho Cars nhile the train ''���ho�.M^^ �vaH maklnff � couplln� en the ride 5fi'??Z�irt'^l~^-^^^^^^^^^ track hire, and wrs- �*rown to tV H'S^ 1^"]^^^^^^^ ...ifMund, falliiK h^wopn tho earn. W 'i^lrikin? hlfn-ack ink h�nd-nnd ren-ilH'!f^?;;v�!?�^-,v:.-v;-;.:.av:.-, |cler��d; unconBi.�:ous; ,Port'iu-�tely~ the! Tho mafrioco o( Mis. Orecn ami ' . i fall, rnd picnillrd the enttineer to place at Magrsth on Mrndav. (From the Chronicle.) In Raymond, on WodiicKday, Feb. 3lNt, to tl:o wife of Uo Wooll-y, a son. At i||^ipps Colli'e, on Thuislcy, Fteb.:;IW!id. to .the wife of Ed. Ki-ss-lor,'a son. : Bprvic�� on'Sunday at the th:�p'jl (f the |lev-'Mr. McKillop were coii- ductcd^^lnthe inoriiin-,' by tho Rev. j ,___q_'btVers;: the .Church of 'En^lbnl) minlM^rof L which ho prcsprihes. was instantly kiht>d by a cave-in. Coroner Gould hold an inquest cn Thursday, and it \vas decided ^ that deceased met h s dejti-.> i)y accideitt. Tho i-cmiiins of tho tiifortunito man wore brought to Piiiciier Creek on Fridoy. The fiiitpral took place at 3 o'clock on Saturday afteirioon. liev. Mclntyro, conduetoel the sorvice. All I the incinter. L. Fawcett^ of Macteed, for the .rhcaettt of their-CFtiuttors, . and neither ol their stores opened for business on Saturday moruinj. W. C; Stirling h in chai)sv of the stock until arraitge-mcntH have boon made. No arran.^e-loontB htivu 'yet lietn made for the disposal of'- the - stock and business, |)ut Mr. RolCn-MU arrived from Cal-has'C*''y Munda)'. and is ni>w. engaged ii\ t**, Invoicing. The liabUities are aVout |30,0O(). The nt^sets are estimated ah followi>: Stock, lUO.OOO; nates $10,000; book account's, tl5,0UO. This is exclusi-o of all real c'siute, which is eflsily worth 10,000 above tho $8,000 iDortgage an the buiiidiii^s. If roro of the creditors do not get the "buck ague" aitd force a Facriflce cn tho aiMiilH, (hey will rualiiCe tho Hull amount of their claims ani leave the momhtirs af th) Arm a gool :8fc.-Tt for this future.-Nanton Xews;^^^"^^^ ' TELEPHONE NO. 1 ..-1-r"----1---[----, -- - -, - , ,1 iiii I ,1, ,1 |- .. /; -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON o:o'oio:o:o:oio:o'o:oToTororoToroTcjo5XoTd f WINDSOR � RAHTES, $1.QO R DAV A ooavenlent and ooay resort. Oomfort 11 gruo^ts'la attentively locked after, aod one of tKe frw really, good dolUr per dby bouseain Ai^s'^a. When ia Ldtbbrldge:'eaii:v;at tbo .Wlndnor H. EL. Ml E B AC N, V P RO P. BALFOUR OGTB A BEAT. London. Fnj.. Peb. 27.-A. .1. Biil-four hra at; laai got a, seat in par- a nv 'lhos,braiiemif| 'have c�i�monv , waa How fliboutx bam!3ull rni ' other i sports-this stiliKun. Lethbridee and^Bamont. , He was elected o'er other places have already orgAniwd. Liberal by a tis majority. ' nm*'is Mncleod again to do ncthin?. , " 'n � i-4is. Local sports are good ^.drawing! Notice! of the intioducticn of abiil cards tor any town. - We hope (hia to prohibit the cuitom of treating matter . . - - . BBBSX FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALL WE ARE^ADVERTISED,''! oyR ;