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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta - ' - - J � r 1 ' � * - I'M � h H.L. Stephens Mall Rockvmtoif When you come to the Me tropolia stay at the Palac Hotel- ~$LOO Iper day �j Opposite C. P. R, Depot | Stephens & Rockendorf 2 Proprietors I Calgary, Alberta Township For Sale I have for Bulo tlio valuable in Township 0, This is n great Farm Lands ltangfi 15, opportunity for intending sot. tiers, or any portion anxious to invest in {arm hnds WS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers j with-her fouvittK two twenty dollar bills in tlio house, and those too i wont up in smoke, News Across the Border. i TABOR. itiait tuvtitt. Taker Lola also for Sale W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabcr, Alta. Farm for Sale An 80 aero farm o-i the irrigation ditch, about 5 miles from Lcthbridgc, for sale ^l a bargain. On the premises arc of tho I'nton Hank nt OkotokH will take place thta weeli li in Raid Mr. I)uncord will go up north to open n n�w branch. Among the many thing** bnino Mich place to t�kc our Hick. It Is not by any means an Infrequent fttght to hoc tfuno poor milTerer oil a Htretther being carried on to the train cn route for Calgary. Mr. V'artey ha� opened up a law office at XaUtcn. A. K. McDonald, a barrister from Truro. Nova HroUa, graduate of that Dalhoiwlo luw school and formerly connected wJin the firm of fVmi'Aon &?o.* barriKtera, of Hall* fa*. Sydney ami Truro, spent Sunday here, and left on MciK&ay for Nantoii, where ho will assume charge of 'the office. An interesting cam was heard on Saturday last in Okotoks before MeH�rs. McUae nd Pu>eti, �l. P.*a. It in mUt that Mr. Oi'oPpo undertook to vriticlze awl object 4� the man ,er in which ad linkage. It appears that a practice has been mode among some of the parents to always interfere with the teachers, instead of going direct to the chairman of the board of trustees, ftnd an example wan made erf Mr. Proppo. After heAring all the ovldence. the magistrate Imposed n fine of $5 and costs. This fiiould be a warning to parent* who interfere with teachers in the performance of their duties. . Tho Itomon Catholics of Clares-holm arc erecting a n;w church building in that town. The Masons "f High IU\yr are con-(sldering the adttojbility of ths construction of n lurge block opposite tho Astoria Hotel. The subscription list has >>een largely signed by members of that craft, MIha .1. M. Kelly, of Ileaverton, Out., has accepted the position of teacher in tho Tongue Creek school, and conimeiiced her duties on Tuesday laKt. Mists Kelly in g sister of A. W. Kelly, of tlio Arm of tfcslip, Kelly & Young. (Prom the Herald Ropnsentative) ,---tv The Tabor delegation elected WWW****goni think better ac- toln which will be udopted. 1 lie ternatlve Is as fnlows: JlurKesse is entltUsf to vote money by-laws vill be grunted mul-l trains tlplo votlnjc power. 'J he property! ni. r � must be real property, assessed Jnj tlieit awn nanus and votes will bcol-!ea*"y lowed as follows: On a total assessment of 400 to (I100O I vote $1000 to S2000 2 votis $12000 to $mio a Vou�s Abovo $5000 >l votes ai.; couimodation might be arranged at Macleod, and one was heard to re-""mark that it would be best if would just hesitate at that Arriving at Tabor, it was seen that the town had during our five daya' ab* grown sence. pro* One of (ho best hotels on the C-ulgnry and Edmonton railroad. KvvrythinK now ami up-to-date, j Thin hotel is doing a first class business. ()ne of tho best livery burns in Alberta. *1U head of drivers and- shKlio horses, lligsatid harness. robos and lap rugs, everything rmaids an housekeepers secured. For further j)Jirtictt\ars apply to & Mt Ijean, Wt-ta^nwin, Alta. CAROSTOX. CHURCH DIRECTORY. catholic CJJVKCM. Sunday Services:- Low mass, 8.30 a. is ; high mass;; vespers, 7.30 j�. m. I�;iily Services:*-Mass 0.30 a. m. Father Van Tighcm. st. auqustine:^ church. (Anglican ) Rev. �T. s. Cfilvers, A. K. C, Rector. Kt-v. lUvid Joacji, U 4., Assistant. .Sundays:- Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m Kvcnsong at 7.30 p. m Cclehrailon of Holy Communion:- jut Sunday in tho month, 8' a. ia. (J'liuu), mnl 11 a.m. iChoral). aid Sunday after Ma.t'is. Other Sundays nt 8.U0 a.m. Daily Matins ami F.itosong at 0.30 u. in. ami 7.30 p. \v\ st. MARY'S m'ssion. (No. 5.j Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Kvensong at 4.30 p. m. (From tho Star.) Mr .K. T. OHgot, father of our local m a naffer of tho Union Rank of Nelson, R. C, man.ig�r of tho Hud-san*h RaY Company Ktore� at that point, Stur. Come ailonj; brothers and lot's get togothor and mix up w'ith each other onco in a whilo. H would bo a pood thing for tho Curdmcn pcoplo to 1 i�y in u nuply of ooal in nnticiputUn of the c on accaunt of poor Mr. McLean is former C. 1J. J{, agint here. Jack Irving will leave nt thi end of tho month to tako charge rf new hotel at Tabor, which he las lea�?d from Mr. I-etmm.n. The high wind of Tuesday blew down Rev. Mr. McLaren's partially crncted residence. The death occurred uii Saturday, last of Jioclor Sinclair, Lrother af Mrs. Thos. White, of town. The funeral, which was held cn Men l.iyj wn� private, by tho rei|iipst of tho deeenscfl. Seven years ago he lost Wis health In Mexico, being ntllictcd with lung and heart trouble. J. W. Coultf.m, who has been i*v accountant in the W. J). Marsha 11 Co. since the company was organized in January, 31)01, has become sightly run dawn -in- health, qinl will tuko a rest out on u * ranch was given n purse of gold hy his fe� low employees. "Jack O' Diamonds;' presented by the Tubor Dramatic Company last Saturday evening, was nounccd by all a success. The band dance Tuesday was a good one, and the ubig social" Friday ni^ht for the hospital benefit was enjoyed by a big crowd. FRANK. (From tho Frank Paper.) R, Steercs of the Imperial, paid heavily for accommodating some friends, who pleaded for * just a night cap*' utter the dance last week. Corporal Kimbry wus laying for him, und it cost fifty to square it with the magistrate. George E. Wiltse, secretary-tret-surer ot the coal company, contemplates erecting a number of cottages for renting purposes. It is likely a new hotel building will be built at the spriugs this season to replace the old sanitarium Dr. McKenzie, of Raymond, is* ^ ini* *i0."r Alalcoluison'i practice durm^Dr. Malcolmson' i The fumrat tfiok place on Tuesday u *r nfternoon, from St. .h.lms rivs:>y- i absence at Calgury. terimi church oc the iute Jainos; 13. F. Wing, sometime ma Alexaujler, �ged 21 years, who wntf" for tho Western Mercantile ""rcV^S^ tl-,J;,panyJiasivsig�ef the Canadian editora was endorsed with this Hupplemont: that the �aid lOditorial A�aociatton be urged to visit the Cardiitoa diatrlct. Tho election of oftlcerK rexultoi in tho followiu^: President, Martin I Wolf; Vico-ProiAdont, 8. L*. Kvorn-fleld; Heci-etary, K. N\ Marker, Treasurer, h. A. Doiioaan; Kxecutlve Committee, Wiliam Laurie, 1>. 8. tleach and J. C. Cuhoon. voto of 23 to 20 ItAYMOM). knox church, (PrcsbyterUn.) It'ov. a. M. Clprdun. Minister. Sunday >Scrvices it M.00 a* m. 7.30 p. m. t Sunday School at p. m. Piayer Meeting ei \ h Wednesday evecing at 8.00 n*cli�k. (From tho Chronicle.) Mr. K. P. Klliooii, accompaniod by Mr. C. A. Magxath, will leave n?an for Calvary, where they go tc for with the fkmf W. T. Fintoy, thp provincial secrotary cf agriculture, on the question of bonus to beet sugar factories. The preferential fftrtff on raw cane sugar trives tho roHners u great advantage over l>eot sugar producers, and it is this dif-lerance that thes3 gentlemen are aiming to 'adjust in mooting the miu rection of tho old council, was defeated, by a against. The opening service of tho new Baptistchurch was conducted under most favorable auspices on Sunday Mayor Ulcusdcll has arrived home from Victoria. A representative of tho Ledger was informed that Mr, Bioasdoll and Dr. Bjnnell succeeded in haviug 5,000 placed in tho estimates for the erection of a provincial building in Forme, and tho nasurauco that $10,000 more will bo provided at the next session. Mr. May, of tho Bimk of Commerce informs us that his success- Ottawa. March 11 - The annual re* port of lIn- railway department fata l*vu Ubiifd. The railway oxpeudituro for the year ending Juno 30 last amounts to $l(l,'UH.772. There was $1,27:�,02D paid for railway bubsid-ies. Tho number of complet�d mileft ot railways in t'anad.i W 20.U01, an in-crenKo i>f U00 miles for tho pasc year. In addition to this t-hero aro Klftht cent fttis In to be ffivon by tho Detroit (Jaw Compeny. 'Dotroifors will bo called on U> pay 50 conts a hundred for ice thl� dimmer. A largo tract of pasture laud no^r Port ales, X. At., wns burned over, the loss totafr ?t,000,000. Pullman cr.rx will be Uxcd In M4ch! en itnmenso quantities of t-oous irom stores. She taught many oi her -ii-pan.i ns tho art of **h Tho dead body of K. J. Morgan. (l millionaire lumberman, of Osakonh, vas found in tho river at Muntlo-woe. Ho disappeared Doc 20. ihvs'e wer� r� murks of fold play. The body of George W. Chapman, an Kmmelsburg, Iowa, merchant, who disappeared from his homo Dec 10, was found in tho river at Harvey. He hud evidently hcui murder- j ed. Tho bhcrifl nf Crookston served a writ of attachment upon the most valuable collection of ctJms in tho State. Tho collection was hold in trust by a man who refuted to turn It over on demand. William Ho an was awakened in his house in Minneapolis hy a gen-j tlemanly burglar, who took $278 in cash and allowed his victim to keep $300 In checks. Sheriff Atkinson, of Pembina, N.D., was sued by John Uoldstoin ,or $5,-500 damages. Goldstein alleged that the sheriff, in serving replevin papers, handled him fo roughly that ho a permanently injured. pTT^T^tiU died 0t- Bloomingttm. HI., hi the AJ� ol1 ??Nlhj^Vtt� tho attending physician at tho Mr William J. Wryan, And wun consul at Port Sarnia, Co undo, under Cleveland. Jiev. Geo. G. Ware, of Lead, S. P., convicted ot conspiracy to defraud the government by moans of illegal homestead entries, was H.ntenced at Omaha to year in Jail an I to pay a $1,000 rtne. Chicago Is to have one of the I urgent intorurhan tracttou systems in the world, connecting all points 'in northern lndiunu and Northern Illinois with that city. The system n.ay l�o extended to St. Louis and Indianapolis. Daniel Warren was sent to the penitentiary for five years by Federal ��ait If you are wise you will buy your LiittibeKwii^^nlife it the best at a reasonable price-atid;Kefc' ifc'wlt^vfilim Wo handle Lumber of Ever get iv wiiisn yon-twanii^ pin mm Our source of supply is unlimited and you can tiei^hd^^fMii^ what you ask for. -M-C^S ENTERPRISE LUMBER J. W, McNfCOL, General Mntmgcr, L(3ilil;ridge,^i(ft.S|M^8 Brtschtt it Tiber, Naoton. Leaving, Cat dstao, Pinchcr Creek Mi H)jb __________LW ----- -. .-^i-i^k' -.^i^-^th^ j 4 The Lethbridge - ^ > Cst�blisKed 16&5 W. Henderson* Proprietor The largest and best equipped in Southern Alberta I 1 . t t- .>r- :.i i HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN 1 ^ WHEN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL it .' -TJ Neat rooms, fine dining room and best of goods at the bar i i = W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR STANDARD - V.JU;>** r\-�j,--'* Lumber Oo'y + . z - * ^ - A FULL STOCK OF - V 1-f Rough and Dressed Lumber - JL -L r f - ^ Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta V' t-r" ""J - * 7. * L 1* -i_ 1 _j FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE IRAViLISG f'UBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT '.'ID COLD. WATER X RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA - J i 'A -f- cxoTo;oTo;o;o;o;o;o^ 0:0:0:0:0:0:0 HON! ..:rv L T .1 K ^ 1. FOR ALL KIN. Fresh and Salt Fish r I try, Etc �1 w L - J .4 - */ - V- PIOHB MIRON - I -1 c^o o o o:oxxo o:o^oxxo:o:o:o:crao:o:tfo a.Oiia niiU-K uf �i�liu s. 'Hio groua Jud�u Hu,�t at Helena. Warrea sent enmiaus woro SHia.tar.tOO. aa In- M?ro|�r lottera to")8. TU*� ivrcitl^ut ivturns stiow per- Houn killHl, tt'i l'r8, 200 rm|�lo.v*'LH, and 227 otiicra -o ..... PnOMiXKXT IOWANS KDIt NORTHWEST BAPTIST T.Mili RNA0LE. Jtcv. o. Padlef� Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a, ra. aod 7.30 p. ni. Suniiay School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer meeting \Vedo/�h 0.-Tho j I'tt'Itts uuiiiiy, oiiio no prominent hi tho vicinity of LVccteil t> arrive some time during the present month. A small house opposite tho CP, R, station, and occupied by Air. Fields hcuii* younger men and the original disposed 01. farm recently was tnwa to asfitm ia the ventilation of *{f ^afl W6'T duWrdn began the same matters tiiero, % pl�yi�B vith the hro and in some La�t Sunday wa�:fM� Oay? tlie W^t ^ �IMJBht aw? baliy^ crop was up-to. the average, \blttg init was consumed. Mrs, thero being seven to bo blessed. Lyons had token u ten dollar bill Tlio union patmnger Btalion co/inoctiug terminals at Sioux The dead and badly mutilated body of Pr. Charlie Can, an old Ch'iuesu roaidont of Hut to. was found in his homo, lie is thougiit to have been murdered for his money. Daniel It. Jacobs, iu tho L'l^tod States court at llolrua. phtiUed guilty to winding lottery tickets by ox-presH from JluWo, and was fined ^500. li^nry llaupi. of Spokane wilt lio tried on a similar charge. On the. confession of Jack Fa*ii�, a notorious firebug ays the municipal ownership cry is "merely bait-ering with skin-deep measures." Count Edward do Novor, a Helgia" nobleman, who 'i� charged with having taktn ^1*25,000 of his wifo's Qs- tate iaat November, and flwl to IV-'is, was captuivd near Kscanuua. Mich. Ho was nrcompnuie*! hy Yvonne Hcrbej-o, a former noted French actress, with whom he etoped. Frank Kemp and .lidni Ackland were a r res ted at Laurens, Iowa, on tho charge of leading n moli that bout and tortured to death O. O, lllrown, aged 72. Tho latter wtts ae- TH WINDSOR $1.00 PER DAY L r A convenient And oozy resort. Comfort of eruoets ts attentively looked after, and ono of the tr w really good dollar per 4*jy housee In Alberta. When iu XiOthbrldgo oali at tbo Windsor T 1 it J - Ml BACH, 'A 4" pa **** t^-V-T ? FOR THE BEST SERVICE L > LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE � : : 5 and ciiBfMl of having attacked two young City daughter** of tho mou arretfte