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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mm m H. L. Stephena MaW WKhwJwf |^ When you oomt to the Metropolis stay at the Palace Hotel?- ^^00 Iper day | ttcocccc � Opposite C. P. R. Depot | Stcpheiis ft Rockendorf { Propiteloi-a Calgary/ Alberta I For Sale I havo for nali; the VAhwb!e Farm Lands in Township 9; Bango la. TItis ia a great opportunity for itttending set-tiers, or any person anxions to invest in farm hnda Taber Lots also for S�ic. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tiber, Alta, Farm for Sale An 80 acre farm o'l the irrigation ditch, about 5 miles from Lethbridge, for salo %i a bargain. On the premises are tt smo:!! hoase jiud stable, reservoir. About 10 aeres are broken, and fenced. Apply to J. A. McCluffin, North Ward. tfl6 FOR SALE One of the best hi^tols on the Calgary and Edmonton railroad. Everything new and up-to-date. This hotel is doing a first: class business. . � - One of the best livery barns in Alberta. 40 head of drivers ^and-BJiddle horses. ' Kigs .ind harness, jobcs and lap rug�, everything complete. . First class ranch an J farm^landsj �4inproveil and uniinpraved., ' We have a choice lot of dwellings and residential .lots to choose from. 13onn)ing hoRsn, u good reason for selling. This is a snap. One rogisterud Cleveland., bay stallion. Price righf. Good stock liorso. Help, male or female, dining joini girls, chanibt^rniaids and JKtnsckeepers secnrkl. For f nrther ixirticiilars apply to Em.I.S it Mcl4BAN,>: WfctasJiuwin, Alta. CHURCH OIRECTOmr. CATIIOWC CliUnCH. " Sunilay ScrvJccs:-Low mass, 8.30 a. n : high mass. 11.00.; vespers, 7i80 i'. m. - > Ihiily Scivices:--Wass 6.30 �. m. . Father Van Tisbem. ST. AllOUSTlNE'i'. CHURCH. Rev. J. S. Cliivcrs, A. K. C, Rector. Hcv. navid Jones, 11 A., Asslstaat' .Sunrtays:- Matins at 11.00 g. m. : .Sunilay Sclioni at 3,tiO p. m. l.:vi;iisong at 7.30 p. d� Cclehralion ol Hiily '7ommiinioii:- 1st Sunday in llio month, 8' a. m. (Plain), and 11 a.m. �Choral). 3i (t Sunday after Alat'i �. Other Sua- tlays nt S.ilO o.m. Tally Matin.s ami tBsong at 9.30 a. ii>. and 7.30 p. in ST. MARY'S UrSSlON. (No. S.i Sunday School at 8,00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. n, iiiMM>fMtMttttitcr in CardHton. It would ho the best thin^ pos9iul�y-for the Star. Come alonjf brothers, and let's get log�ther and mix tip n'ith each other once in a while. It would bo a good thing for the CardHtou people to lay in a suply of oal in anticipatit-n of the Ctfiil strike, which is imminent in licth-bridge. ' 1 here is very liitie hopoi that the company will roidily ac-ccdV] to the demands of the miner.'!, and there is every ivason to believe that il'.e strike will last longer than many peoplo may imas'ne. Qet your coal'in while you can. We are glad to see our local at-tbrncyM g:etting cloMach ami KIton were appointed to look after the subject. Hie resolution of tlie Calgary Board of Trade vlth regaivl to the visit of the Canadion editors was endorsed with this supplement: that the said Editorial Afsociation bo urgMl to visit the. Cardston district. Tho election of oftlcerttfcMiltoil in the following: PreMldent, Martin Wolf; VU-c^ProfAdont. . . S. L. Kvers-field: Secretary; K. N. Barker. Trcws-iirer. If. A". '>Bonbaan; ' Kxeciitivo Committee. Wiliom Lt 8.00 p. m. Epworlh League, Pi days, at S.On � p. ni............. KiyoX CHURCH, Rov. A.,M. �cr�lon. Minister. Sunday Services it' I LOO a' mviad 7..30 p. m. ......t . ' Sunday School at 8.0) p.m. Prayer Mcctinff eiik Wedaesday evening at 8.00 ti'cl t ik. BAI'TIST T.tUiRNACLB. Jlcv. c. PadlciV Pastor. Sunday Set vices at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30>p. ni. Sunday School at 3.M p. m. Prayer meeting Wedanaday aTeaing at 8.00 o'clock. ltAYM(�;D. (From the Chronicle.) Mr. E. P. Ellison, accompanied by Mr. C. A. Magrath, will leavo �i>ovi for Calgai^, where they go to confer with tho Houf. W. T. Pintey. the lirovincial aecrotttry of agriculture, on tito queation of bonua to beet �r >'lactoflsi.. �TM prefeVantial n on raw cano Migar igives tho Mr. tJiuco, the A. 11. & 1. Co.'.i on-Rincr, is ill liaymond survey hj; ItiL-erals far the farmer.This in the last time hu v ill hr- liciv this year, and he expects in .spend a ivrek nl the Work. Born, on Sund'ny, March The regular nicotin;- of (ho Vo-.vn Council was hold oii Muiidny evening last. It was ilocidod wlioii thu jnil is flnishod t� u.se it as a vault) for the Eafe-kcepinif of records, and ot course whoever innl&'.s a record, as is endnetitly propor, will be put' tvith the other records for safe I.s, the committed ai� nUerh-tttive proposition, and it is not certain which will tie adopted. The alternative, is as folows: Burgcssc is entitled to vote on moHey by-laws vill be granted multiple -Voting power. 'Jho property must be real propert.v, n.'iscH.ied in thoit awn name, owd votes will Ijo allowed as follows: On a total assessment of- 400 to f1000 1 voto 91000 to 82000 2 votes f2000 to �I5000 a votes Abovo SoOOO 4 votes (From t'l!u Nows.) W. B. Mdrshall and J. H. McLoan have niado nrrangcancnt.* to take over the unoxpire leod. Passengers think better accommodation might be arranged at Madeod, and one was heard to remark that it would be beat if trains would just hesitate at that place. Arriving at Tabor, it waa easily seen that the town had grown during our five days* absence. "Jack O'Diamonds," pivsented by the Tabor Drainatic Company last Saturday evening. Was pronounced by all a success. The band dance Tuesday waa a good one, and the "big social" Friday night for the hospital benefit was enjoyed by a big crowd. News Across the Border. by IF YOU BUILD YOU ^�ED Eight cent gns i.s to bo given the Detroit Ons Company. Detroitcrs will be called on u> pay fiO cents a hundrod for ice this summer. A large tract ot pasture Inml nc�,r Portalcs, N. M., was burned over, the losH being *l,000,000. Pullnmn cf.r� will bo tuxcd Jn MicMgnn, and the toarriTe some time during the prMentmonth. A small house opposite the CP. (From the Frank Paper.) B. Hteeves of the Imperial, paid heavily for accommodating aome friends, who pleaded for *' jnat a night cap" after the dance last week. Corporal Kimbiy was laying for him, and it cost fifty to aquare it with the magistrate. George E. Wiltse, secretary-treasurer of the coal company, contemplates erecting a number of cottages for renting purposes. It is likely a new hotel boildiog will be built uttiiespriuga this season to replace the old aanitarinm Dr. McKenzie, of Raymond, is' IithTiTij:: *ft"" Ma^colmaon'a practice duriii^Dr.: Maloolmton'a absence at Ooigaiy."^ E. F. Wing, sometime for the Western Mercantile pany, lias resigned to go on the road for the McUrcady Hhoe Com-imny. He will travel out of Edmonton. He left Tuesday evening for his new post. maxv deaths OS BAILWAYS Ottawa, March 11.-The annual r&-port of the railway doparttnonti liaii bocn issUdd. The railway expenditure for tho year ondiiij; June 80 laat amounts to $1�,104,7"3. Thero was $l,27r>,G29 paid for railway subsidies. Tho numbor of completed miles of railways in Canada is 20,(301, an increase of 000 miles for tho past) year. In udclition to this there are H,(532 miles of Bi(Iiii.,s. Tile gross varninss were ?100,407,199, an increase of Ue,247,703, and tho work-iiijj expenses ^7(>,t>77,574. ati increase of S3,bl'l,'112, compaitHl with tho previous year ' .St'nsei'S Cji i iiicivaso of Tho accidcmt rcturn.s sliow 468 persons killwl, 33 Ucing pntss^Mtgers, 200 employees, and 227 olkors. l,'112, coinpaiiHl with tho year. The number of pas-,rric�l wn.s 33,238,723, an .1- l,647,0.-.8. refiners a groat advantago over heot sugar prgjilucers;., and it this ��- ioiwic^'tliat Itheu gwtlwnwv �T by Mr. SKr^SgrSuuS ir^JISX'tt and Mrs. Lyons and family of four provinclaTpromaer. the H�n. A.^C. children, caught firo and was en-Uuthorford. Tho uuostion of differ- tirely destroyed, Mr. Lyons had cnco between tho reftncra and pro- gone to Coal Creek to work in tho ducers is not a P~''*��l�Vfw''.^i(T mine, and Mrs. Lyons had left the councila as well, and the represantia- only seven yeors of age. to go up tlve# of tha 1o�bI factory n�ay in the to town on an erranil, and while future find �^ w*��S"ry .V'she was gone the children began tawa to �Bf��t m the ventilation ot ^ . ^jji^ jj^ ,,j j, go,^^ the same matter, ttoero. , Vm ^ ^^^^^ ^mf^^^^lf^ i^^^^'^^^^^^i'm^ in it was consumetl. Mi. SSW"!^ ^ K'iS^ hod taken ti ten dollar bill rTioMi.vr:xT iowans lOlt NORTHWEST St. I'aiil, Minn., March 6.-The Fields family, once so prominent in the vicinity of Cixlar Falls, la., have emigrated to Canada, wliioro thoy havo a luiijc tract of land near Bo-gina. C. a. and James Fields loft I'nr Xtegina \ast night, and their mother, Mrs. w. M. Fields, is aleo on hoi- Way to the Canadian NorthwMt. The Fiulcls' came to Iowa in 187S and established a stock farm a>f 1,860 acres. In 1878 they ostafaiished what was known as tho FieMM >C. E. .' en' immense �iuantitie�. of ^ooil.s ir-jm stores. She taught niaay oi her o:.-.>l-pan.i ns the art of uh - The dead body of E. J. Morgan, a millionairo lumticrman, of OsitkjKh, vas found in tho river at Ma.iit-j-wou. He disappeared Dec. 20. ihorc wer.. t� marks cf foul play. The body of Oeorge W; Chapman, an Emmetsburg, Iowa, nierchi;iit. who. disappeared from his homieDct'.-10, was found in the river at Har* voy. He had evidently ho^n murdered. Tho fAerin of Crookston Mrvod a writ of attachment upon the most Valuable collection of cdilis in the State. The collection was fceld m trust by a man who refUEed to turn It over on demand. William Bo :an was awakened in his house in Minneapolis by a gentlemanly bunslar. who took $278 in cash and allowed bis victim to keep SaOO In checks. Shcrtn Atkinson, of Pembina, N.D., waa sued by John Ooldstein .or 95,-AOO damages. Goldstein allet.'ted that the sheriff, in nerving replevin papers, handled him eo roughly that ho permanently injured. DrT^'.tJjHU died gt/ Bloomlngbon, III.. aitnoSBB ui'9?NQS�.w�� the attondlng Physician at the bi..,..^ William J. Bryan, and wa� cohsuI ut Tort Sarnia, Canada, under Cleveland. Itev. Geo. G. Ware, of Load, S. !�., convictoti of cons|iiracy to defraud the government by moans of ili(>gal homestead entries, was s.ntancod nt Omaha to one year in Jail and to pay a il.OOO fine. Chicago Is to have one of the largest interurban traction systems in the world, connoctiitg alt points 'in northern Indiana and Northern Illinois with that city. The s.tsiem ii.oy be extended to St. Louis and liiilia,u-apolis. Daniel Warren was sent to the penitentiary for live years by Federal Judge Hunt at Helena. Warren sent improper letters to a Butte woman. The dead and badly mutilated body of I)r. Charlie Can, an old Chiinosc resident of Butte, was found in his home. He is thought to have been murdered for his money-Daniel B. Jacobs, iu Uic Utifitcd States court at Helena, pleaded guilty to sending lottci-y tickets by express from Butte, and was fined $500. Henry L. Haupt, of Hpokano will bo tried on a similar charge. On the. confession of Jack ru^e, a notxirious firebug doins time i)i i.be Ohio penftcntiary. Dr. O. W. Whitney was arrested on the cnarge of having hired men to burn his ;i�uf;o at Bryan and colloctinK 34,.'jOO insurance. Joseph Medill Fatterscn, grandson of tho Intc Joseph Medill, so long editor of tho Cgicago Tribune, ro-isisncd as commisuioner of public works of Chicago. Ho proclaim^ himself a socialist, undMys the municipal ownership cry is "merely ball-crins with skin-di�p moanures." Count Edward do Novor, a Belgian nobleman, aiio 'is charged with having taken $.saS,OOU of his wife's estate iaat November, i:nd floil to Tai-ta. wos captured neor Kscanaibn, Mich. H.) was accompanletl hy Yvonne Herboj-o, a former noted French actrem, with whom lie elopwl. Fronk Kemp and John Ackland were arrested at LaurciiH, Iowa, on the charge of loading n moHi that beat and tortured to death G. O. Brown, aged 71t, The latter waS accused of having attackwl two yo^mn daughters of tho men arrcstetl, but thero was no proof afrainst hi.m, and tho general belief is that ho was in-noeent. A FULL STOCK OF KOF  0 ^j^.jy-^^^-f^^^:^'>'f^vrr^m^ieaai^'i-rfr^^^ Rough and Dressed Lumbe^: Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberto ivi  '5 11^ tbe t ! FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAriON FOR THE lRAVeLl?iG PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE ' BATHS HOT .af 10 COLD. WATER. RATES ,$1.50 A DAY i LETHBRIDGE - ALBEBT^I PIOHB & MIRON oY)Yro"o"o"o"o"o'o:c)^"o^oTo:b:o:o:o:o:o:olb^^ 4--::5^INDSOR-l'' RAXEIS, $1.00 PER DAV A oonwsnlMit and ooiy resort. Comfort of gueats, ta;:a�t�|At|^^^^ ly looked fter. sod one of the f^w roaliy good dollar P^tdAjr taoiUM In Alberts. VPben in Lnthbridge oaii at tho Windsor |h. E:. MIEBACH,:|: PRQ mm FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE ;