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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta \ - --� t r a 4 H. t. Stephens Mali Rockcndorf When you come to the Me - tropolis Btay nt the ? Palace Hotel  NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers � nvoiiixl Hviir- houses, aH those Arcs ; nuvtii M'nnt loss of gi-nsfi, hay and' j in Homo i'n.s*'H, t-hii!(.i'M Jii.m Hinrling up 'in Hfo. No lilnmo Is to b� attached to Mr. MuivtncU. iih lie wns n new settlor, nnil h�tl smrcoly time to -attend to the ploughing of flro Kimrdn. Municipal Ownership. IF YOU BUILD - v i o HAYMOND. MAOIiATlT. $1.00 per day Opposite CP.ft. Depot Stephens & Itockehdorf Proprtel.c ra Calgary, Alberta Township For Sale I have for sale the valuable Farm Lauds in Township 0, Range I*"). This is a groat opportunity for intending set-tiers, or any person anxious to invest in-farm hinds Taber Lots also for Sale. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Taber, Alta. Farm for Sale An SO acre farm on the irrigation ditch, about 5 miles from Lethbridgo. for sale \t a bargain. On the promises are a small house and stable, reservoir. About 10 acres are broken, and fenced. Ap-! plv to J. A. Md-iuHin, North! Ward. tfl�* (From (ho Chronicle.) rria�rc it re notno ensos of imwlos In Knyiuoncl, Mm. Hamilton find Mrs. King, of tho school teaching fort'o. I wing nt homo from Hint cause, hub Ho ffti* ii.s rutrlwj Iimm'iukK ihooo nro tins only cn^'S in town. Ueo. II. lludd hnn nu^iity^ n controlling 'intoroat in tho knitting Inin-lnw*� formally conducted ai> Cardston wm\ will shortly hring tho Jiuslituss 1o llnymnml. 11c fore lenvhig, (ho veterinary surgeons, Mcssm (Inl.'ivon nnd Hnilwen, Inspected n Inmch of stallion* ho-tonglug to the Sugar Co., ami found thorn fivn from (linoaw. They have no fnr found in our .vicinity hut ono animal to ho placed on the suspect list. W. W. Coopnr returned lost week from n trip to Oanlwton nnrou^hly ciin-vasHing Hio (liKtrlct, working up u strong MctilimeiiL u^iiiiiit tho opon door Huloon m Cimlston. Mr. Coop-or in mi ald resident of CardAton, and ho Nays tho place is chuntfhig greatly, n� respects its physical fea- tuivrf uml the personnel at tho people. M. V. Oalllvmi, V. .S., who was In Hnymond lust week on a viHlt of inspection, talkexl Interestingly on lh� prevftleiit diseu�e among hon**. The UovermiHMil has a largo quarantine farm in tho vicinity of IJctH-hrldKo, wliere the affected anfemais are kept, that .symptoms of Uio de-! vvloptn^.' tViseaHo may he ohu^rvetl for {information. One caso Mr, OaHtvan ! ciuxj was that a mare hnno |mrnly/ed, which inarkexfl otio of tho hiatus of the dlKenKJ t0 Uw extent of having almost lost control nf Uhs ankle joints, her exertions to tfet Uy nml from water being pitiful ito wlC-nvsx. One cam* wus found out ou the rnnifo simitar to that at tho farm. There are riders out on the rungo hunting for slatlions over one year okl an I whether diwenSe^l or not, are driven into quarantine, and if the t*wner con l>e located, he has u> , Snnkatehewnn. lielioni;-At Okotoks, on Tuendny, Mnrcli lM'h. lo 1"H\ and Mrs, K. W. l)(�l*onp, .(| soli. Invitations are out. for the wnl-cHng cif two tif our popular young people. Miss A ilea Thompson, fHster * I. o (I'Yotu the Unyuioml Chronicle) IKirst* huyers and sh'ipfK^rs here nre rotnpliilnitiK. and we t'hink Justly, too, of tin* treatment i hey receive at tile hatuts 0f Hie veterinnry in-ot'h, You ronM hardly give 'thetn n mnre, heenus** you hnve iv r(�rt lo run in his !t,ml for In-i apocrion, atwl wlu-n ho had dt)iio ho, j �t a cost of suveu dollni's, was dlH-j appointed In not having them ex--! umtnod, no explnnatlon ):eing of*> fei^l for their imn-t-xam',n(1tioir | Our fellow townsman, Charlie **�-There sceJim to hn an epiilemie of! wards, ran he found Just across tho mumps, mertsleft and ehiekvnpox in street frnm I'ronert *t -Woods* ptoro, the town. The whole �.-hool is ex- where h.; will niakondint.) no C. Southwornh r(�presenls itoo Mc-Ken/ie Heed i.'o.. and is selling many varieties of s�rds to the Tahor farm-Mridne j ers, who sa.v their gardens will pay of !!:e-hlml closeil doors, and the complainant was not permitted it* he represented by counsel. Nothing has been given i>ut us to the result of th,� trial, hut it is uimu-thent/ically stated that (.-orporal Kimbry was let olV with n r^priimmtl Hie hearing was had leforo Mlltcu f*. Scotl. uK-flee.-troafl., hnn jgene on another llying trip to the land over it gainst Mountain View, All tin! level-headed peoplu heix> arc \ in dend cai', about wanting an | up-tu~dnte an-d united town hoi'e. and ; they say they are going to have it, 1 in spile of some of (,ur would-bo bluslering ornt ors. Yesterday a big erowxl vrUncased a lively rminwiiy. A farmer thoughtlessly left Jiis team a moment, when i the horse became frightened by the 'snorting of the iron Hotku. The farmer s out tit ran into and against i livery thing that wns loose. Finally the poot> animals collided with a 'lumber pile, an I were captured. No one wns hurt. Sunday, the 11th, tho scream of j fire was heard at the Tabor mining Inspector Camies. Whirity was ihe death of n man-town, and a crowd rushed to the named UrttUths at Lille this wuek. i sinnll cabin owmil by 0urt Wlldo, a (IrWIlths waff a lumberman euipto>ed miner, but the work of willing hands FERNI1! FOR SALE. (From the Uedger.) Oik* of the Ix'St hotels ot\ the Calvary and Edmonton railroad. Everything new and up-to-date. This hotel is doing u first class business. The ledger 'is glad to be able 1o unnounco to the people of Fen do that tin* Klk Lumt>er Coni|>any has, after inn lure deliberation, dr.n%, ands'iy that thi-se parts arc good enough either *fell and could not aet tip. orjh�r ihein sat down and w� nt to sl-m.p. Sutur Pouglas' big new store is n0w com-day morning he was found lying i;if|dete with mrrchaiidis.*. the snow terribly frozen, lie \v,�s t,,k-tn to th.e Lille IluspitnI. where ),e died r�n .Miii.lay. lie u,is� laoied Wwlnexday at Lille eeniel -ry. AlluM'ta has i�ne more ^ievv toun mi the inn p. Lundhl'eek I ,�s liet-u made a C. P. It. station. A station biiildtn; ha-s 1 eoal famine, Mr. Hundley had �oar-Albertu. HI head of drivers and [ '>* ^ hundretl orden* for coal booked saddle horses. Uigs rmd harness.'alunid but H�U no c0al on haml with which to Oil them. Jt is understood that a car canto down last nleht, and orders arc now 1>ei�g filletl. ^ Peter Peterson, international l>oar.l meml>er of the United Mine Workers, left Sunday night for Indianapolis to intend the regular quarterly 3 nee ting ��f the bonixl. and will also be pres- robes and lap ruj�s, everything coinjjlete. First.class ranch and farm lands, improved and unimproved. We have a choice lot of dwellings and residential lots to choose from. Boarding house, a goal reason for sellint'. This is a snap. lent �t the special convention of the Utie lxwsttrul uyiaiul .^yitho yCulo troubles will be diaeuwHl. stallion. Price n��1 boot! stock Tiu! international mines at Cole-horse, man tinned out 1800 tons of coal on Help, male or female, dining; one shift one day last week. Tho Kirls, chambermaids and company is nor gripping 200 tonsv ' coal per day-to tho Canadian >ortn- ern railway. (From tho Froc Pre***.) Tomorrow tho following sums will In? paid out at the three colllerltitf of I the C. Vr*P. Coal Co. un telegraph ottlce, after the removal of tin- station ollk-es to the north side, thut the compiUiy would open a eouuuer-cial olllce in the husiness portion of AIOllghiS* Olid th� hotel. Oi-e if ihe most successful affairs ever h-M h.-re was the fiwtlval, free to ait. in the big hall ,n Friday in tl \*y all eiass.�s of the community, it bv all elasses of the eonunuuity. It hi�min nt CJ :u� in the aftoiiioou and did ee-,se iiiiiil early Saturday uioruinti A hig sprmid wjIb ofTerKtion oi m-slalling, Ibutueiiig tliul operating, so US to give I'he best n silts re.piji en. careful coiivineraUon, Much *an he gained by experience a Ion $ these lines. 1. have not embraced water systems because 1 believe that all cities me1 tokens and villages should 0wn uirt; ojHM*nte their water s.\steins, not only from a health Ht.-.ntlpu nt, bm water being an ubHotuto uecesvily, should always he fum.'shvd at cost" to the Consumer, and municipalities j And it much easier to raiao inon *y by dabonturea to Install waterworks than any of the others, because in-, vesbors look u|Hin them as not being absolute necessities. and t hereto re sny much tlepcndf* on the ellleieiit ; annneinl ninnagcmeiit to malve. them Payf"� invest meats. No doubt that under ellh'ieiit, practical tunnaguim nl. Ill m.) s.vsieiiiM e,;ii ' ho oiierated by n municipality as successfully anil cheaply hh hy_n company or individual, ninl iimlei-mutilicipal ownership aiv not run to pay dividends to stocloholdei m, imt each cit.fy.en and ratepayer gets the benefit of having them furnished at cost, antl his property ho'.uj plvd^od for the rx?pnymcnt of principal and interest and. operation, gets his dividend indirectly. The differ, nee. then. between a plant operated by n company or individual, Un. and1 that every place of importance should own a"u,' its own plant. * There is nothing that gives in? n more favorable 'impression of a t,wn or city than * n.s lightetl well with street light*; nothing is s.ifer i'nr tie* merchant or dwelling houses. t.n 1 all public buildings, factories*, etc. Kleclric light s*t;iiid.s t*�djy us one i>f the world's greatest achiev.*in> u>s, us a benefactor to man'.'.ird, and the gl^Nxl^'t Is nefl-t ts it caUina bo cor- ^T r +k ^ ^^^^V ^^^^^ i-Jj^'tf I . J I*. � 5 i cat If ymi an* wiso yon will btiy yo\u' it tin* best at a tvasnnablc priep--nnd get it "wltdttV�ltt for 1 Adams, Mi> Jas. Wulluoe. i this oftico. j Tlio WoolUn Mill tnunogcjihiit is' HW�>�mi. Mrs. \\. 1). i^. Hardiu, tfivatly eiimiirugi'tl hy Mu� nu> imm- ^*h. A Soiuh�nt, Mrs. Sick. Mrs. ber of urotut onlorR which luwe al- Kltvtwtn.d, Mis iVtttly bi'i'ii Iwokwl for thiaral Hotel changed haivdf thin wxhsU, Mr. .Iamc� SovernK, of (1i sunie busl-iiohh Wuh u little mor�� ihni the town CouWl s-tnii;l. and tile deal was niado With th*- idijfi-t of stm'\irin;- llie trade commniulexl by Mr. Williamson for the Mn'Mmll t*oiup..ny. JIKill 1UVKU. WESLEY METHODIlVr CHURCH. Rov. J. O. i]ugh�m9 Pastor. Sunday service i �t 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School ani Piblo Class al 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8,P0 Rpworth League, Fi'days, at 8.00 p. m. KNOX riVURCIL (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. flordon, Minister. Sunday Services nt 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. M Sunday School at 8.0) p. m. Prayer Meeting en h . Wednesday evening at 8.00 o%cllrt. and BAPTIST TABLRNAOLE.1 Rev. C. Padlcy, Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. w. 7.80 p. m. Sunday School at 3.W p. m. Prayer meeting Wodomday eve�\ng %% '^k'-QMi W.dwday afterioons 4at 8.00 o^lock, #nfi\tra Tho most valutthlo nug-got a man can Wisnr on his watch ch�rm thiwo days is u chunk of cottl. Any man ruuml with a rhunk of cool dangU�ts to his ohaiu in iiublo to bo waylaid or sandbaggoU* A word to tfio wise IH HOlllOitMU. Mr. Kil. Cnfcier Ituivca tomorrow for Culiforuia, a�*l with him will tfo tho well wiahes of his many friimtitf, tho Star boinj not tho loust. Mr. J. C. Cahoon applied foralie-ciiHe for hi* hotel, and it was granted. Last ovoning, at tho home of the brido'h parent**, Miss Eva Carlson anil Mr. Orson Hlgulow, wero unitod in tho bonds* ot matrimony. President 10, J. Wo�u a candidate f�>r iii^i.noi* An Interesting evi nl ranie 4lff on TiiOMlay aflei noon. March Uhh. in SI. Ikiu*diit's ( IiuicIi, ulnii Mr. Charles William iVmphHl. lato of (N)llin^\vo(idk (imario,, now of V'd1-monton, Albert,i, wns uiot^d in holy, matrimony io Miss Kditli, daughter of Mr. Charles W. Tayb-r. of High River. Jxmi Sexwmiili intnuls it> Khortly, commenco the cuiistriirtloii ()f a tbreu. story brick hotel* tin tlu� sit-e now occupied by tho pxfori'l Hotel. Tho attention f ihnsif n si lin>; along the IdtlIc Row river is drrtwn to the fuct thut they aro Mr-tin^ with ilisoam* �nd sickness if lhey continue to drin'orn bad time to turn out to n>bt; tha Humes. Tho Are cintinuml until the wind dropped, and burned up a Jarg" area nf ground. , Mrs. i; i'osiMrv, Mrs. A. Kerr, Mi:*.~U. Wats n. Mrs. \V. Kerr, Mrs. Mrodie. Mrs. .Viwoe, Mr�. C liys- wlill. Airs. Kirkbain. Airs. II. Scott, Mrs. Chumi m-ss. Mis. Little, Mrs. Ivi-onnrd. Airs, he \ el.,>r. Donor of aiv..- Mrs. Kustnn. h�.aor� of fiOc- Al's. t .less,' (Jla^sber. Mrs. OoorgO Eraser, Airs. (bo'tv:e S.-amen. Extra ihiuatioits, !5-.Tl� List of those cuiitri-btttocl to the supper- Airs. .1 l� 11i**inbotfiain, Mrs. Iluwtuun. Airs. Iknnett, Mrs Kd. lhtAinlioiham, Mrs, K. Scut t. Airs. Mat Ku.\. Mi-s. Konny, Mrs. Proctor, 41rs Uacon, Mrs, I3d-\Wirds, Airs. .Mn�nv, Mis. Hoy, Mrs. I''ieciuuu. Mrs Clovers. Mrs. MacLeod. Airs. Jos. Mitchell. Mis. Jas. hn-ive. Airs, (hllestiie. .Mrs W. Scott, Mrs. A. Al tlrace, Mrs Wilson, P. Hums Co , Tuba it Miruu, iludstns Hay Co.. A. Alachonald & Co., Thu Rent ley Co., Mrs. Hurgoss, Airs. Lowthcr. Mrs. U. Nivon, Jr., Airs. I! Niven. Sr., Airs. Delay, Ml*. P. L. Davie**. Airs. C. W. (Jray. Mi's. (Jeor^e Reed. All's, tie**. AleXauder, Mrs. MnimoiiH, Airs. 1'. AlaclCtiuie. Airs. PelVer, Airs. MacNulty. MI'S. Mat IvuigbL, Airs. Sam Jones, Mrs. A. Hyssop. Airs. J.  a, Airs. IV\ lm\ Miebacb, Airs. Hick, Mrs. Sloan. Mrs. .1. Kean. Mrs. WksU^rm, Mrs. ijus Nu'ilijr, Airs. KnaulT. Mm. U. Kerr. Mrs. lien Hurrill. Mra I'rch, Mrs. I. Al hiene. Airs. Ron Whitney, Mrs Alack While. Mrs. hlayle. Mrs. I-Yii/er. Airs. Al. Ruzuiuo, Mrs. (I. Ken-. .Mrs. houicr, Airs. At. Vcunjf, Mrs. HupbsH'm, Mrs. J. i-\ holers, Mrs- Sag�*. Mrs. T. M- Evans, Mrs. a Hutfu't. .Mrs. A. J. AJacf�un, Mrs. IM. ei wo()il. Mrsp. St oval. Mrs, Hod-drr. M)-s. T. Kirkhftitv. Airs. Rnrford, ant undertaking. If possible to raise ihe uu m*\ Py ik'lH'Ut lu'c to Install a plant, n htiould be put- in doulde (b> :,!/.� re fpiiiiHl; that is in fit \\ s or \ ns where pr,spects i(re. K.jod lor n healthy growth. Y-*�u are tb-n in a position to take rare of imrens in; buslnesb as re pi in o" without, baviue, lo remodel or increaw* the plant, bv- Hides giving a more elbeieiit service. utwl doing av*uy with the dam^r 0f  overloading, etc. Tho location of a plant should be at* central as possible, r.nd with a view to the cheap delivery of ptel. No legitimate expenses should be spared on thu foundations for tlyna- moes, engines, etc., md t!he best, 4-n gtinjer obtainable should super\ i^-the work. Municipal ownership of telephones lu (Hinada is also no Important uo ^ '\\\\w pMp *>� uo!(ts.]iii� ujoj ouoitd^oj, |p�tj ei|) jo tuno.).Mi any's franchise, together with their immense cnjifUil. jlesjiles they ure ostablished in the most important places, and huvo luis i�h> bus.ness ni;ain*t a�V establisheil company oi tbi^kia.f with unlimited capital lebind. M iou re.puiv a tob�jdi.ine system put it *�n and o\mi ami ol>er ate it yoursehvs' Tho i?iM�ruUnn if hIP municipal works is a most importaui factor to their success. lu t be I'liited States, wheiv politics i'Iiuiu-m t�very-sbip. has not thin^, and often muniMpal ownership has not been a very great success, while at times u clia-Ui;*-' �*' maii-agemenl is vt-r> necessary, y�*t from a political stanstein. Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipments mudc to any part of Alberto FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACC0MM0DA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY | LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA v, I :o:o:o5soioioioio^ip;oK^^ TELEPHONE NO." * FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. MIRON oKo:o:o:o:oK Settling Near the Hat 4 Medicine Hut, March U-Tlio district in the vicinity of Bowell, nine miles west of Medicine Hat, bids fair to be the centre of a thriving farming community insitto of a very few .months. The Americuu syndicate which settled tlus KhW-van and Milestone districts has purchased twenty sections of kind Scott. Mrs. T, Kiv- from the C.P.R. and in endeavoring .Mrs. Horniey, Mr�.ito 8ecure on additional twenty s.( - tions for colonisation )>urposts fit tho paint indicated, and asu icstili the price of real estate is advancing rapidly in the innnediaie vicinity. KxjK'rts have analyzed the soil and pronounce it superior to that of many of the thickly settled districts and tho syndienlu will pjoceed to settle it up ut once with fanners from across the border. WINDSOR $1.00 DAY A convenient and cozy resort. Comfort of guests ia attentively lorkod afior, and one of tbe few really ffood doUar per day bonnes in Alborta. "When in Lstnbridge call at tbe Windsor M I noyod out and 'inventijstitwl tlu> inulr tor. as a rcHiilt of which .John Mur- u ,(- (lock ftp|H�urcnl -lwFore Mr. Holiiu*�, J. Kolly, Mr�. M. Sounnui. MiirrfK, MrB. Glny�horf ^Iik. Jas. A. MncDcnald, Ml*. O. \&?t"^^ impo^ li. Uiil. Mr,. OulT, Mrs. It. NulsinlUt. tho (Vro. Farmers should ox0rcisj, tlru>v ^s- Cunningham cvery caution uud have fire ^���n�.-Ki�oitt'yoim noil, m.s. w. Jlutton. Mm v. iiuioy. Saturday by Messrs. N. HarU olo-Mr�. w. -iiyBKop. Mrs. J J. John- mew, M. Lindsay and K. h. J'res- ton, of Iowa, who syndicate, comprist1 the . tun, Mrw. uuii, Mvs. ju. matmuui. - ,.rt,v,n Tlio society wish to thank Mrs. | �f S'l] Ivuvw 1 ;