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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mm H.L. Stephens MaU RockcBdorf When you come to the Me-- tropolis stay at the a eel $1.00 per day ai'oMiHl t'licii'; houses, a.i those fires| iiif-iiht !c,ipnl loss of gi-nss, hny nnti in soino cnsoK, tlio,Jionios and sba'blos ol' w.H'i Icr.s jiiht gljirling up 'in life. Xo l)lamo is to ftWiaClvjil to Mr. J[uivloi;k. uff he wos n naw sctiUov, fiiiil V.nil si'nvcoly time �to nttoncl to -o- Municipal Ownership. IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED ^ OKOTOKS.- Ald. UAYMOND. Opposite C?P. R. Depot $ Stepliens & Bockehdorf Pronrietc 1'3 Calgary, Alberta For Sale I have for fial* in town. Oco. M. UiMlil ha� nu.'^uircji a con troltini; lintorosit in niiimal to ho placed on the suspect list. W. W. Coopoc rotumee-'.na (.leano�l up. A prohibvtlon elec cion i.s a thin.; of Uio near future and niissiqwaries are tlioroMtrWy can va.ssing the district, working -up strong .sentiment at;�iinst tho open door Haloon in Canhiton. Hr. Cooper is an old resident of . Cardston and he says the place is chsLngfitg greatly, as respects its physical fea-lurerf and the personnel of the pco M, V. Oallivan, V. iS., wtoo was in KajTiionrl last week on a vuiit' of iii-9|)ectiotf, talked int�rvstiqsly on tho prevalent disease among horsiaB. ,The Oovcrnment has a largo quar-fttjl/ine fanu in the vicinity iof Ijeth-briilgo,. where the ailected anifinals are kept, that symptonw of the de-volopiuv diisoaae may bv oli8iBrvd for Information. One caso Mr. OalllVan cito4 wa,s that a uiarc hatt hieco>no [mralyzed, which marked one of tho stagfis of the disease to tiiq fiJBtont of having almost lost control o' the ankle joiiiLs, her exertions .to get to and from water being p'itifuljto witness. One case was found out' on t4io range similar to that at lha farm There are riders out on the rangw hunting for stallions over otto year olid onU whether diaoaA}d or not, ore driven .into tluaranWne, and if tho owner can be located. He has to *acers secured. , For further particulars apply to ,  - Elt.is & McLean, Wt-taislawin, Alta;.- CHURCIf DIREaiDRY. CATHOLIC CJiVRCH. Sunday Services:- Low massi 8.30 a. n.; liigh mass, 11.00.; vespers, r.30 i'. m. Daily Services;- Mass 6.30 a; in. Father Van Tighem. ST. AUGWISTINE'ir CHURCH. (Anglican ) Rev. J. S. Cliivcrs, A. K. C, .Rector. Rev. David Jpncsi, 1) A;., Assistant. Sundays:- Matins at 11.00 a. m.f Sunday Reboot at 3.00"p. m. Evensong at 7.3(� p. m, Celebration of H(Jy Communion:- 1st Sunday in tho month, 8 a. m. (Plain), and 11 a.m. (Choral). 3r(rSunday after Mat'is. Other Sundays at 8.:W a.m. , Daily Matins and Ertosong at 9.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m,. ST. MARY'S MTSSION. -  (No. s.'r ., Sunday School at S.iTo p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. m, (From tlw tcdger.) The Ledger 'is glad to be aiblo to announce . to the people of Femie that tht� KIk Lumber Company has, after matui-e deliberation, decided to add an up-to-date furnituoo manufacturing plant to the flno largo mill now Vapidly neariug completion. It .seemsi strange that Fomie fdiould of all places bp threatened with a coal faininc. Mr. Handloy had hoar- ____ ly a hundred brdersi iov coal toookcd harness i > united in the bonds > of matrimony, Prcsl-ilent 13. .r. W6o�i officiating. Messrs Ow.cn King and l^iyr.ock, of Itaymund, wuro callers at the Star ;ofnco this ;ftvorning. Mr. Kin; is ouc of! Raymond's, ieadini; ni�}nhnnt.s, a stalwart Conssrvutivo, ipuJ, notwith-.oLniip,. n .son. I invitatioii.s are out for *'bo we:l-I ding o\ two of our popular younp people. Alis.s .Vfico Thon>p.san, sisler oi'Mirt. V>. .1. 'lhoiiip.�ion,' ami Mr. I U. Wortli. so di.s- fiX-  oi- TABOR. ill c.iw s cinH Ijo no � (From Our Own. ConvspomUnt.) Oiir lollow townsman, Charlie Ed-wai'ds!. can l;o loiind just across .the street Irani I'roiiort & Woods' store, whoro Ji,! will iiiake and repair shoes in' I'll til ro. 0. SSouthwonih ropressents tiho _Mc-Kon5!iO Seoil Co., and is selling miany yai'iotios ol .s.!eils to the Tabor farm-ors, who .Say ilioir jjardons will Pay biif tlii.s your. Tho Tailor lacrossites and liasc-.|jalli�ls are in (load oiii'iicst about wanting an up-tordiito and united town here, and they sa.y thoy aro going to have it, ill spiLo of Homo oi our wouW-be hliistgrins' orator.s. Yosterday a lug crowjd 'witnoesed a liyol.v runaway. A farmer thought-lessl.y loiL Jiis toani a-moment, - When tho : horso.. bocainc frightiened by^thc , '-nor''"K' '"' Vhe irpn horac. 'The Kothiii'.? has'beeni f"''"""'* ,o"tfit r.i,h injib and against oVfrylhiiig that was Jopse. Ftnally the I'o"'' niiinials collided, with a lumhor pile, nii'.l were Captured. No Olio was hurt.  Svinday, the 11th, the. scream; of firo waK heard at the Tabor mining town, and a crowd .rushed tp the .sniall caliin owiuwl by Carl Wllcio, a niiner, hut the work of willing bands was iiHoloss, for the structure was soon coiisuino'a. together with about ^ji.^O woit'h ol personal elTticta. The social given at the L. D. S. Chuifi:, it'i'iday i)th, mitteil for the hd.si'iiLat iJTO. � U'he pooplo of Tabor^and vicinSty say that Ihtisc parts are gboino.s-i.ion of niunicifJal oiuiL'r.shijr oi nil iniblio utilitieiiii, or wIl^L aro now oiiii-nnoviMi nece.ssitio.s, .such as oloolric iiglii.ni;. gaH, telc\>honeK, wlroot cai' .s,\.*Ii'im.s, etc. . ^ Tho.'Wi ipios'tlions. covci' a, hii'-io fii'liT and while i am favoralili! to ninni-; cipal ownor.>-hip ol a'l i'ho�.! ini'o.sHii.-. \en such as abovo, tho .iincsLioii oi m-i siiiUing, (innncing (,iid ol'i'iat 1114-, ,s(j: as lo give tilio best iv.sulus ro.|iiiii,'h j careful i:ons'i�lorat;ioii. iMiich rato their water- .s.\ stoiiLs, not only from a health stcntlpo ni, bni. water being on ' abHoliao iioccssily. should - alwa.vs be fiiin.Khod at co.st to the consumer, and niiniiciitalilics find it much easier to rai-so jiioify by dolx>ntura% U) insUall waterworks' than any of the others, bocau.w 111-vcstjors look u|>on thoin as not bomg ab.yhel5e?ypti?;C0^ it (he bc'tti; 11 (, a mi8oii.Ml>l(vi)rioe---iind get itwhen you.;-Wtt.nti� We llalldl*v^:.^^"�^^-Mrs. C. B. Bowiiian. Jlrs. lioorge liogers, - 'Mrs. \V. lioivilorsi.il. Mrs. Magrath;. Mrs.' Lothliridgo, .Mi-.s. I'. L. .NaiainiUi, Mrs. J)oolo,\-. Mrs. CU'rrninghani,:,Hrs Hcovo, Sirs. Cr. 11. Johnston, Mr. 11. reading I Macltoth, All'. A. J. McLean. Don- HIGll RIVEa. J (From the Times.) D. E. Itiloy has consoiitod to 1)6 a candidate for iii^i.v'or. An interesting cvunb canio nft ors-of 15i2-Mrs. Morgan, Mrs, J. B. Walker, Mis. lleniolryck, ,Mr�. E. Adams, ilr.s. ,)as. Wallace,: Mia* Blngbain. iHi-h. W. D; L. Hardie. Mrs. A. .Southard, Mrs; Sick,- Jfrs. Fleetwood, Mis. McDiarmtd, Mrs. T. MacNaW), Mi'�. \V. Galbraith, � Mrs. I'^roc-ninn, Mr.s. (.!. Robmscn, Mrs. MacMickin^'. J>onor of $1.60-TMn�.; MucNicoll. Di n .r of �l.25-;rMr�, ',W. C. Siiiwnnn.'}. iJoiiors od ^l-r-Mps. E. Ilugol, Mrs. itoh'hor, Mrs. Kiploy, Mi's: \V. A. Hamilton, Mr.s. A. Whit^ noy, ^Irs. J). Coulii'.r, Mrs. A. Kerr, Ali's.*l{. Wats.ii, .Mi's. VV. Kcrr.rMrs. Brodie, Mrs. .Noni-Ko, Mrs.- C.-'Hys-Eop^ Mj's. W. Oliver, Mrs.'Oalivan^ Mrs. Heiisun, Mi's. .lolm Livingstone, i.IrSi .iaino.s Livin^sioiie, Mrs. Cony-boaCO) Mi.s.s Jrct.'Ini'e, Mvt^ A.'U. Stafford, Mrs. Uiii'iicti, Mrs. If; Harris, Mr.s. A. IJiitlon. Mrs. W. D. Whit-iioy, Mrs. Kirkhani, Mrs. Ii. Scott, Mr.s'. OlvHinraio.ss, .Mi'.s-. Little, Mrs. J>onord, Mi.s. JJo N'obor. Donor of GOc-Mrs. J'Ja.slun. Honors of 50c.- Mi's. . .Jossc Gla.n'.':''hor. Mrs. .George Frascr, Mrs. GooVgo airman. Extra donations, !J5:2.70. ; V � f Li.st of lho.so whci i'ont'ri'buticd , to tho supper-Mi'K. .J. I). Higinbottiom, Mrs. , i.�owni;an. Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Ed. Jiiginholliani, Mrs; R. Scott, Mrs. 'iMat'Kii.v, Mrs. Kenny, i Mi's. Proctor, Jtti.s. Uacon, Mrs. Ed-\^ards, Mrs. jUooio, Mrs. Hoy, Mrs. Mac- on Tues^lay nfleinooii, March ]:^th, in St. Btneilicfs thiii'ch, wlicn Jlr. Charles WiUium Campboll, iat.o ofj Collingwood, Ontario,, now of ^.d-l^'rwiiiaii, Mrs. (.'hivcrs, Mrs. monton, .\lt)crta, was. iiiiitA�il'in ii,iy li-wd,'Mrs. .los. Miteholl. Mrs. Jas. matrlmon.v to Miss JOdilh, daiiphtcr.'I'"'^'''''' Mrs. (Jillosiiio, Mrs. W. Scott, Mr. Charles W. Tayloi- of Ilioh'^'"'"- A. M. Grace, Airs. .las� Wilson, River. .� i P. Jiiuii.s & Co., I'icho & Miron, Lem ,' ''. T. 5f. Evans, Mrs. co praii'io grass before tn.j liolgh-; 'l. Sloval, Mrs., Ilod- h� (lames. Thti fire cfntiiiiiod'-untiili''(''. Kirkham.^.AIrs. Bnrford, ho wind dropped, and biirnod up a' Mrs, Fairfiold, Mr."*. 'A. R. MncDon? laiTsjo area, of ground. : Cin tivblo'"loH, Mrs, \V, llutton, Mi� C. Haioy. Vino iKung inl'orniod of .tile flro, jour-�( Mrs, W, Hyssop. Airs, .1. J. John-ne.vod put and linvostignted Wio mat-'>oii. Airs, ivolly, Mrs. M. Seaman, tor. as a rowilt of which .l.tvliiv Atui-'Alvs. W. II. Morris, Mrs. 01ay�hor, dock appeared lioforo Air. itolliws, .T, 1 Mrs. Jus. A: AfacDcTiald, Mrs. C. P., ol High River, aiiKl wa� flnml Van Horn. Airs. E. J, H^U.-Mrs. E. �2.'5, : tho lowest poilnlty impo.'iorl. [ M. GiU. Mrs-, Duff, Mrs. R. Naismith, Cpnsklcrablo d�ma)ie waa Ktana i byj 'I'bo i^ociot.v; wish -io thonk ]Un, tho firo. Farmers slw.ul isop-eratcd.to make nion.jy lor i.t.'* ^tock-: holders, ' while tho othar is o|)oratoti with a view to edicioivt sorvicc, and supplying a necessity at. flic lowo.st powrible coiA^o tho ccnstmior. The question ot electric ligliting plants Is a very' important- one with ' all towns and cities. ''J'hero is no thing moro imporl/ttiit e.vccpt ^^atel- In the.se days, when elocl^'ic lighting has been brought to such olUci-cncy, there connot bo imy ijiio-stion but what It is an ab.s-oluto iiocossity, and' that every.place 01 importance should own and opt'ra'te its owix plant. i There is nothing, that gives c.nj a more favorable liinprcssiou ol a. 'town or- city, than cn:> lighted well withj street lights; nothing is safer lor th'-^'l merchant or dwelling haiiso.s,-.niul all public buildings, fat'torie.si, otc. -Electric light .sitfliid.s tod.jy as one xA the world'.s groato.st at'hiovoim iii;s, as a bonofaclor to nian.i.iid, and tho greatest briiodt is it cannot bo-coi'-^ j nen.Kl by trusts or foiiibinos. Tho in-sUillation ol a plant is .-in iniport-anl uiKlerl.'akin'^'. j If possible lo rai.s\> (Jio iiumoy: Ij.v I | ikjiienture to iiistaJl, a pUuib, it; should bo put in doubjo tho sizo required; that is iiv cities or town.s where prospects are- good lor h j healthy growth. You a r-u thon in. u' Position to take care of incrcas.Jig iiusincss as rocpiircd withovit; iiaving to remodel or increase tho plant, ho-sides givin'is a more oiricieivt service,, ami: dqing away with tho danger ^f overloading, etc. ^ Tho location of a pVant should bo asfcntrai as poasiblo, ami wiiiii a view to the cheap dolivor,v ol iiiol. No legitimate o.xponKOs Should bo spared on tho foumlatiions for ilyna- j moos, cnginos, etc., and tihe bos-t ,en-, elinwr obtainable should superviso. the work. j Municipal ownership of to!ophano.s( in Canada is also an important; uo i(|(Vdi3U!.id 'qiviAv |Uoik o-^ uoioejoith mog euoqdaioj, n-JlT �M'i 30 lunoa.iu any's franchise, togethor with Uioir immense cnp'ital. itosidcs they a>'c establis'hcd in the most important places, and haVo long distianco con-nectiions; they have a good system, j amt give a� a rule an olhcioni .voi'- i vice, and wrll not �jU thoir .s,v.9toniH. When'you go into bii.sMicss og"i"'^'-an. established company of tin.':! kind with unlimited capital bohiiid, 'it 10-qtdres rooiKsy, pluck anwl onoivy awl co-operatic.n of tho citiz n;, an'tl tnoa probably .vonrs of /i..htiiin'. The Federal Govoinmoiit shonid . take up this niatt^m' with thu com- j pany, purchase and own thi! long ilis-j tanco lines, and then inunioipalitios j would hftvo a (iBhling' chanco. | I would advis-o aH placos whore tho! Bell is not ostabli.'hod t.o koop tihcin i out, givo t'hoiii the cokl Hhoukloi', ! anjl when joii ro.|Uii-o a teloplioiio | system put it ',n and o\mi and opor-; ate it yonrsolvos'. 1"ho operation of alP nin.ni.cipal works is a most iiiiiiorlunt factor | to their siicc'p.ss. lii tho liTiitod f States, whoiH3 politics ohaiivcs every-1 ship, has not thing, und often liiuiiicipal o^^'tier-6hip has not been a very great success, while at tinios a cha.iige of management is very imcuss.iry, y�t from a Political standpoint; it r.s ol'ttii an injur.y to tho oporatioits of a municipal .sjsteni. N The Lethbridge Hotel / , Establishea 1685 W. Henderson, Proprietor . The largest and best equipped -IiQtQl in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL iWEN WHEN JN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining rooni and best of goods at the bar � ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ - � W. HENDERSON, PKOPRTETOR  ****  : STANDARD  Lumber Coy A PULL STOOK OP Rough and Dressed Lumber:  . Prompt sliipmonts made to any part of Alberta Che Boiel JWiitofoit FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER ^ RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA il i�����>�##t�###�j rrrr Settling Near the Hat Medicine Hut, March O-r-Tlie district ia the vicinity of Bowell, nine miles west of Medicine Hat, bids fair to be the centre of a thriving taroiiug community inside of a very few .months. Tho Amerioui syndicate which settled tlie Este-van and Milestone districts haK Durchaied twenty sections of )<)i)d irom the G,P,R, and isendeiivorinjj; j to secure an additicnnl twenty .set-j tions for colonization purposes, nl the point indicated, tind as ti ro.siiU the price of re