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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta N. L StesssRi Milt Rockesdorl 9 Whan you come to the Me-/ tropolis stay at the I Palace I j Hotel*! I $1.00 |per day : I Opposite C. P. R. Depot j 3 Stephens.* Rockendorf * Proprietors ICalg ary, Alberta! A Township For Sale I Lave (or sale the vnlnnb'e Farm Lands in Township 0, Range 15, This is a great opportunity for intending settlers, or any person anxious to invest in farm lands Tatar Lots alto for Sale. W. F. RUSSELL Real filiate Agent Tabcr; Alto. NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers FRANK. | MAO tt ATI I. (From the Purer.) Charles Cutsm, who arrived cuntly from Winnipeg to take ' (From Hits Herald Hcproscntotlve.) Magruth has teen tpiitc nctlvw lft0 lately. management of the .Grand Unioa Ho-1 Ml - tel. Coleman, had a narrow escape! Tho All-Star Club e-ntertalnly� recently.* passenger train one night lust weck.1 our town In taking steps to got" In lie' got In the train with wmo'n,0 wju, O^hor toWn�, A Board friends lie was swing nwty, an.t � - :T'j!ii^o:;c hon^ tZ7 our MKDtClNR HAT. horo. Tho, "Magrath -- ......... iraumn|Hece. will do much to recuperate, town. 'Ilia Board is trying to get ltondtriastend passenger wren aged th;- loot f.-w days dlvtrlbut- vlco. au.l will devoto itself to tho tm- Ing ties that will he usjd to put the proveimn', of thi ��ra of- PT\� '*>� �-* nc,,rs or curl, and dld'nt aH,�lio to ac .uatis competitions, i'ho link was'tit o\o.i oPcriwd up. Local curlers were very sorry to disappoint the L'algai,v nun, and In order to provide s.nne kin 1 of amusement, a baseball game was hastily arranged between trams picked from curlers, with a sprinkling of players off the seii'ior trr.m. The editor of tl e News is In receipt of a letter, dated UiKkii, Fo'j. VI, in which Mr. Mtillins states he Is "visiting all the leading markets In CI rent , l$r(tuin, mid am perfecting arrangements for next season's business. The trade for live stcek Is Drill note now, ami us South Amer leans are not. shipping t>o heavy, all tho snlcsmon lieiv predict better Ing n n Ire buslti�ss, chnrgi' An unuouiicemi nipoff of the pin for hotel conNiriii'tioii work V. Mnd:ltn is in I Sec.-Tr, 'ens , .Is. W. .Tnco'ifi. *fonftKl�g lloard-W. II. Hopkins, nt is uia�.c ut Win- ,T. llrniis'aw. S. H.*Hr.rron l>r it of th. C. I'. II. Sanders. .1. II. Hirl, "r,rrop' "r west this Kenson.l'tThc*"st^fiun ^,f^bf... ".riT* the public s; Hon of Improvements ,nd ,nlar!c- ' pl""1 aT iU tourist hotel* T*w Haymoiid Millin; and Elevator makes no m?n- 1 �- nB.s rn Its mill nnd cle- ttid �nlargc nicnt. of the different tour.'i on the ma'in llnb, but makes no m?n , ... _ n~.*t. >�iii i. "If lion of an h:.tol at Crow's Nrstl.kc. Tii-^rf There has been considerable talk of 6"pacl,y � 0,080 at ��>"�o�rt. a tourist hotel being built at the W. Kvom. the s n of Mr. Jamoi lake, but it would appear evUk�tl, EVans, who has hern ou a mission l.i that it -Is not. among Wio company's l*?Krl�m for over three yejis. rrt.irn-plnns i�- bulUt It thin year. - ed on Monday. t'r. Sanders and Ed. Hop', ins were in I^eth'iridgc on Saturday nnd Sunday. CAItDSTON*. t^ast Thurmlny. tho S2n(Ter of * 10,000 for i block of lots Meter tod for the s!to. Mr. F. C. Mrnning is in town mak ins arrangements for the transfer of Harlow tt Co.'s lumler yard to the Rovelstokn Snw Mill Company, Limited, .which oncer,! iH establifhing yards nil along the mn;n line of the ('. 1*. 11. Pranrhts have already �>oen put in at Swift Current am1 fllelchnii. Farm for Sale An 80 acre farm on the irrigation ditch, about 5 miles from Lethbridge, (or sale at u bargain. On the premises tire a small house and stable, reservoir, aeres The HK5H lUVRR. ,. , Slock .fudging Mihool nnd (.From tlu Sur.) I Seed Fair held here were most su Our'ctlltor has been fto used to run-'-----* - ning nronil this town In his shirtirmu-,1 �... -....... (From the Times.) I... ,.,,,ia. me oxniwition! ',,,,c snd intelligence of the death ot H-eA was very creditable. Mr. R.iot Clara llrleker on Monday W. Hradshaw won the medal for the!Insl of �.vpt'�''1 . pneunibiiln caw a bf�t collection of irj'M*. 'P�" over the town and among the vested all his snore cash In cxtrc _ people of Norma, whprj'th? younj cloth' n{. and yon cnn.iot, in Wiiuil- ; .____ , . , ,, ,', , ; lady was well known, the' news came peg, me anything of Uie man but the r(''rom ,h; lhrenk-le.) |nH B .\ ,,,, c|rCurost9neo i.i en�l or David's nos?, nil that Is al- *'e�r on thy 10th was an 'connection with her untimely end L-� teinately red nnd white, lies hur- Inten-Blliy event. The inwi�i�>in�,�I,ve. farmers turned ,ut and enJoyAl the; ow, . ' U,o |^ �3^2^* a h" Winl. tflfi! Mr. Krgisn. of Nelson. B. C. ,Ws T* awarded ,s rol-|loflBO, LaitnLl s? i � K FOR SALE. One of the best hotels on the Calgary aud Edmonton railroad. ,citv of Winnipeg. Everything .new nnd up-to-date.; *. . This hotel is doing a fiVst clnsei J^r^L^1: basineM. One of tho best livery bams in Alberta. 40 head of drivers nnd saddle horses. Rigs nnd harness, robes and lap rugs, everything complete. First class ranch and furut lands, improved and unimproved. We have n choice lot of dwellings and residential lots to choose from. Board iug house, a good reason for selling. This is a snap. One registered Cleveland bay stallion. Price right. Goal stock horse. Help, male or feinulo. dining room girls, ' chambermaids and housekeepers secured. For farther particulars apply to Elms & McLean, Wttaikawiii, Alia. iwas the buyer of thj big Caiier '"Turf,,... ,. , , ,, , , ; sacond daughter of Mr. en I Mis. R. of which troucht fl.800. ^"T M^" Hrad-, U. Uricker. of Norma, and was i,. , I^nt Friday's train brought Card Sird prize, $f!f O. A 'Voolel^'"rli! >0�'"" aton s new doctor to town. Ilr. prizo. f2. ' ' ' x�w that incorporation is .nn tc- i Rtncpoote comes well recommended Soft Winter \\1i at. Italnh Winter-; c?,mP|:b:i�* T�. il� >;uastion of tile i n I highly v|Uallflel for his work. He " has hn?l some recent hospital experience" outsido of his practice 'n the �mi4 BttRltSe ISdttor of Tho Herald: Sir,-With your kind pormission, I desire to add a few mora lines to those >you did me the favor to publish lit your Issue of the Blst January, under "A word to the farmers." A long time ago, tho exact date Is of no consoquiti;o, but it was when Austria was at the head of the Merman Pederatitn, tho farmers were in the same rendition llimn-clnlly as the termers ot Canada generally and thj farmers of Si-uth Alberta In particular, are at the present day, but a curtain man with a wise head and a good, heart thought long and hard as to how t�u condition of the peasant might he bettered by additional working funds at a cheaper rate than they could get at that time. Finally he thought out tho plan nnd constitution ot what in plain Knglish is nimcd, 'The land credit banks." These banks were cstablit&ed, and are spread all over ttie German States in Austria (Austria is no knger th: head of t/10 federation). Some ot tbwo land Credit Hanks have the paternal guarantee of their government, hut nut all. and thus* who have tut, do not naotl it, for given a fair Held In tl*$ financial world, even without any favor whatever, tho principle is sound, and strong,, and can stand on Its own feet, so to speak, without any paternalism whatever. What Is the Land Credit Han't?'The Lan-'l Crudjt Hanks of Germany are simply a number of persons in annotation, principally farmers (but not exclusively so), Itanded together for mutual helps. They are bo\iivd t y tho ALTRUISTIC principle of "each for all cn.l all for each"; in fact, it just is io the farmers what trades councils, trades unions are to tradesmen, laborers, skilled or unskilled, or what boards of trade arc to merchants and manufacturers. Wh'.le the'principal factor of their operations is to help each other financially, so that Uiey can the enster improve their homesteads and put into their lauds better and surer crops, that is not all; they each have an oversight of the wcrking and operations of all, and by the rubbing against c*ch other, ro to speak, by advice or suggestion; "get pointers from each other, which nev. er fail to be ot immense service to all. Hut as tV� the principal factor to help each otfter financially, t^.o association is formed by each raying a membership fee. or by taking up or buyttug a shai\� in a stock company. When the association Is fully organized, proper officcis are elected by the members, secretary, trtvisuror, president, boar J ot vftrcctors, who operate the anaociatfon's busin-ws. The members who wish to get f.nin-cial assistance, deposit their dee's of land, the lands arc valued, nnd . k~ ------ if you build you need If yon tire wiso you will buy your Lumber whefo yott can gel . it the best nt a reasonable price-and get it when ymvOTUfciti \ Woiinndlo ..,>,, .....,,;^"W Lumber of Every Desctipfeiojl Our source of supply is unlimited nnd you cntv depend. uyxJrt B$|Pi what you aak for. � ..s^v^ ENTERPRISE LUMBER CCX,t.M J. W. MoNicol, General Manager, Lethbridge,- Altn.,, Brnches it Tiber, Niaton, Leaving, Cm dstou. Piscber Creek and High Rivlr The Lethbridg'e Hotel EstablUhea 1885 w. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best [equipped hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN azanH HW'f lap, WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT Till! BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining room! and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR : STANDARD lidetl the kcs;iitnl , ,. , , m, ., � - - jnwimeH name is a'so m.nttinjd. lust Monday cv- JJ'"10' "' ��s'�,,�rcn. Jtrd prize. lbHt wo a n k-rsumd that he would ening, and w.-s forcibly remi.ide.l of 9a' , u.v . . , _ ! not care to accept the henor. For the foci that it was about time that . jf0'l,,S,>rmn.8 mrat' "' � 8 nu^�-i ourselves, we are inclned to (av,r CarOstoi, *nJ.�. " ^'^T^ Oa^s H. W. HradnlMW. 1st prb*. of this ins liutlon. HilrNiig and I Raymond hn^-^given, talis onlirans. ^ ,o mitted tho'.r proceeds to the hcs?lt�l mA, u u, ��* ,,., �a board. Cardston cannot art?r wero buiued out wine tlmel,,'Un''ftn,!1,r,I 0,kI " is '""'d � fjl* dencc in town to Mrs. Talitha Carl- ?go' ,WVo ���� ifOow. Kverybodv' " **." ,, .'0 ,jhot order son. Tho ileal �vos consuiiiHt�d last h".8 respoiidoil llherally, i n:l the re-1 ^ 1 lhls d 8oa,*s' Saturday. Mr. Orton will leave 1 '"that George will, in H few! ,l hus l.evn decidisl inform shortly for lligli Hlver. where l.c ex- n,oru �'��>'�. T�v.� -his fumilv into nl>�rnmh of the I ami's D.iv Allinn-o in poets to locate'. ��lt.r Imhw. than tho IHvcr. II,. foliov^oftic^ just lost. The rouse a two-room-! ���"vrn w./e commenced at once. Tho miithn IlLAIItMOHK. 118 m route, and before many d.i the Magrath termors will wHiuri the (From th�. Time*,) conversion of iholr gro'n Into the Th, lHnirmoiw hotel which was *turf whU"h mnk*>8 Tie laTeiy Kroy^by'tt Islo be ro- ^^LT^?" �' built at on*., and n much finer build- *" .mMn mwh �� " Ma-ing will ruplniv tho oie dx�d. h,a ' l>. V. Drain, I he proprietor, v ill t�re*'t an hotel building ISxHO fe*>t.| iwo storeys liiph rud c ntninli'g 21 Tlio rock for the foundation of ilu>l?,'i- Muck: T,^'�""vr. Mrs. Tron-big lf,0-b�rrol flour mill Is now on 1^1?? "n" 0 "mmlitoe of two mom- , -ew from end- of the Ihror.hur.hes � in town. -o--- rooms. The sad news of the death of Mr. I II. II. Ward, of Hockporl, N. II., on February 7lh. wi.s received hw w�ok. Mr. Wanl was formerly : odlst miiAster lure, r.nd had' a FKH.VIi:. (From the lelger.) j IMSCHKlt CUKKK. (From the luho) j The llnptists of Vimhjr Creek dl.+-ilriet are" building a ilnrch on their I r.�|K>rly oi llridgo s'r.el. The infunl sou of Mr. r.nd Mrs. illnldeti died niter a brief slcknewi on Saturday alio:nr.on. orge iiuniber ,>f friind.s in Th' Imim. I., on .T,lo.mnny trmml* of Henry Kor-1 ,f,h? "pw Al oi'ta Hotel, Covloy, i' th�* t*1"'* in �->riiie loarneel with  , U?' WttN �>lH,nwl �wvntlv hy Mr Mcth. much regret of his d,�th In San!, ' KtM' "r ttmt plaro, hasbeoi very f/a"ciw'�, � �h��rt time ago. Mr. I 'ra"HU>,''' ""......' 'i ' ��-rin i � i u.ujjj_^ Prompt shipments mado to atiy part of Alberta a litoioeoetiioc osoooosss* i Ok Bold m\ma fred. rooney, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMM09A TION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS RATES ,$l.SO A'DAY HOT AN 0 COLD WATER 1> I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA 5 N0.1 APOLOOiyjEH. Pu�i�|K.*M*rfmw' "vwl for some time in l-V-lnm. and was engaged in the pr eerv business while h-�re Prince Altiert. Ft.h. 87.-lames McKay, K. C, the leading Conservative of thltf city, at the opining of tho court hero today, apologized to .ludge IVmleigrast on behalf of his � party for thu grossly �:n.'air au.l un- Wtilo woKinj at the faro of a warranted attacks Flo..d. ,,f I'incher Civu'k. WKSLEV METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. 0, Hughson, Pastor. .Sunday set vices at 11.80 *. m, sad 7.90 p. tn. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. in. Prayer Meetine, Wednesdays, at 8.00 i111 5 l*"" L'''',, I"*'1 district, have been soUl to .1. W. Nay. of Regini. The iLhoiiturea /inouiit to $8,000, ,i. "mv Hogarth and Foruusnn .ne ...ooutures, |, Jv^l"* C.?il'lM i �f t'ra.,'ro,k. D.ceas,d was a Tat onauin. ami worotan lo lie wl(o �r Ua W.oll.y. , only ,..t t, ii,|H cointry two ^voicing Vf,'"s ' The liabilities CO. ASSIGNS. Co. made au '"ridny to d. L. for tho I e.ietU tind neither ot for bu-s.nm-s on C. Stirling is until arnuijo-No arrange- ..... made for tho disposal of tile stock and business, hut Mr. Ito'J.nwn arrived from Calgary Monday, anil is now e>i��gud in -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON sold for KH.IHO. or ut u | remium of 8.00! 2 W A premium had'hardly I A1 Kipps Coulu-. on ,_. ero ttlout fao.OOO. ... ZT ne�et* are estimated as follows. 5 per cent., but the s:hool distVi'clI ^ aTon! " '" T*1*> ^ ^r oe-c,pa�on s-,ort|y. W� ^9��i.��t�..ai0,000; book I j uXx ,*w��?h "he^re'^rs."* ^ BALFOUR GETS A SKAT. Rev. C. Padley> Pastor, | of ciij nr the c,,rs whilo tho traini^'" b�'�k bero to tho brmdi 'n ' , t London, Fn;., Feb. 27.-A. .1. Hal- Sunday ScrHces" at 1J-.W a. ro. and w�h makiiisr a-coupling rn tho sldc!**'�����>. fnd leaves this w>Vt t.r tVI How *V�u�v b�w>-J�u r�1 othor four hrs at last got a seat In par-5 80 l�. Ill, | track here, nnd wes  tiirowii to tho n>w Pwitirn. Horoco Y.ney, of,s?or,s ,his �t�son- Lethbrldto and liamont. He was elected 0 er a Sunday School at 8.00 n. m. -.ground, telltiu betweon tho cars.t "w."� wicceor's to (In posit I n of otht-r places |avo alroady orgAiiized, Liberal by a big majority.' Pram metttag Waaaesday ireiioe �' �triic.i�g hm �0ck n. I h^d and ren-i*"^-, ^J* ^*�f I _o_ 8,00 o'clOCkv I tiered uncoiisi'lous. Fort..mtoly the! Tho mnrrioffo of Mrs Green �nd ^ . 0,0 jvttfi "olhin? ,r�  -8fW�f CSS' MUIW W�ctorP was near ml hiot Ast S^usTa took'Ss ^iTial^t^^' JZfrlAl ^ ?f * bi 1 at 1.00 o'clock.; ' . (fall, rwl Hcmllrd the ensineer to place At Magrath on Mrndav. c'lii,. iin h 0 j S iiai*>W Pr�hlb�v the cuKom o( treatin; MUstonsry, njestlw, tut Mi M .op. or the l.rakom�o wqii|,j havo ^'monv was perkirnVed ui^ " T - ''nfttUr W|U bo takrn un nmA----^---- '"'fJWri 111 WW'*� .' "�: "' : ! btwn run. nviu' hv Uw - ' ----- - THE HOTEL + WINDSOR RATES, $1.00 PER DAY A oonvenlent aud cozy resort. Comfort c'f guoHs la a.tentiv ely locked after, aod one of tho frW really good doi � ^ houses in Alberta. When la LstbbddgJ ^t^ELl * or H. E. MIEBACH. * PROP mortgage on tho buildings, if r0ro of tho creditors do nn got the "buck ague" and force a Hacrifteo en ths assets, thoy will ruali/o the full amount of their claims an I leave tho maimers of ih-i flrm a KOo 1 st.-.rt for tho future.-Nauton Xews. taken up and 'same-was. for the best SERVfCF. iKr lethbridge STOP at the HOTEL DALLAS we are: advertised BJy ? our sa' ;