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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H. L. Stephens Mat! Rockendorf NEWS OF THIS When you come to the Metropolis stny at the I Palace Hotel  I I REGION ^ Taken From Scuthcrn Albetta Papers KUWK. 1 l-'roiii lln' I'aiHM-.) ( (iiislul.l.- rcai-tr. i>i tlif moiiiU.Ml pnliii'. liiis lii'i'ii [�.�iK'M'il Ciinsiali-ir riark". wlio arrived Salui-(la.\. Th.-rt' wrvr uilil (loiims in lllr f /~\r\__^ , , . ^ Th.-rt' urn> v\ilil (I.muss m nir i'"- $1.00 per day | i-'-- - ^ Opposite C.P.R. Depot j� Stephens & IJok'kendorf Propriel iia.,\ 1\ lioilinijr ilruniN. l\tr\ wriiJ 111 w.'ir (i) a >n!a)! \'.a\. t'lu' iif I ill' lii'lliu-iriil s \\;is liailU Ii.'uIm'iI u]! uitli 11 1,11,1'l- iiiid nil a\''. lasc 11 ic-.|r,-cin'il.- \wiiiiaii ihsuUi'il. rausiiii; iiiinlh-1. in w liiih amitlii'r man l> sinlilu-ii i|i I 111' iirni, |ir. v> as lo'i'l liiis\ . mill 1 lii'S 1 iii'ir I r.ui'ilfs in innUing / arii'sts tiuii l;i'i-aiiii' lu'ci-s in nimilii'i' was uriissl i-r iMu'oiinl \\ as si-\ rri' Urst u luai |ui! iri' hail I 111' 1 ui \vay�^'. M. ('. A. When t lu' |iro|i()Si-tidii is lur 1 luiuyli aihaiacii. Mr. \\h> li'. 111' till' ('. J'. J! . v,Ul he ap-prnai liril. Willi a \ irw lU' scciu'iii};' a sii.'. ami' assistaiuo lioin thu rttil- Al a (\ 111 lu 1 i. .ili'lll irf aiii! ihsi 'Aalii'l- (1 h ml 111 s;'.iiii p, 1 ;liM' iiii-H' p'Tial iiiii'tiiiu- (if llu' Town Ilif i|iirsiriin of llu; apiiuiiU-iin assi'sMir was laKi'ii up �i-tissc(l for an hour. Air. ^skiil was i'\111 t iia 11\' ol-posi I ii 111 a I a sa lar\" of ar, ami ai (��pti il iho ap- 11,'slh piirrhn' Imui^iil W as 111 111 Thi'  lust IWO I'Hll .V Pism ari-isliil xvi'i \ Tiii'silay l.i'-for A Township For Sale sary fori' trial. Till' api'i'aranrr. in KraiiU x.slrr.la.N of !" Cl. Shi'iiynn. pr.'siilriU of t ho >r W . \ . iHi'l l'i>' I'allia.u: of a t ^piTial ii'.oi'imj; for last I'Vi-niiiii or 1 hal a s; i;il-i' was inipciiil I 111.''-� ,;r. Ilial whili I lui- u il h I hr 1 of till' niiiii'is' union oa\(' ris.' Ill a riini-of till' local luiiii'rs It aii|h'ars. how. 1 h.'ri' is auiu' ilillm' nlatiM' 1 Mr \ a lu'.i\.\ W hi'll he .John I!, allot her of liorsi's lar.s;rl.\ iJalli Ol!" of 111,. ii( Mr. Iirsilii-a Ml ii isa\ . 1 f 1 ou n. uiaik' "� of i-,i! 11.' last v. i'l'U, s.ii'.c iiod hi'iiil from -.lia. ami '.Hi head fr.nii as wi'll as oil iu'iiil lln' Uascsha si oik is \wi.\ , anil tin" hi'ril is SI ivii(u\ 11 ill t hii >.v 'sr. lias also lal.i'ii (.vor Was.sha's li-i s./ of his ;'aii.s;v : till' cDiinlry of Ihclr ndoption. ;it is indi'i'd pl.-asing- to nolo Ihi' iTitclli-yi'iit ilass of .si'l lli'is �i> ari' sri'iir-iiig" ill this loi'ii!it.\'. Tln'.N' afo niain-iy from thi' I'liili'd Stiiti'S. and nro possissrd of siiHirii'iit of this world's yi'i'i'^^ to tide tlii'iii oM'i- a fow .vaars hi ca.sv of a sc't-luii-k. I''ollowiiig in llu- waki' of till' iiiiH' rarloails of si'l-ili'is' I'lTi'iis. ui'fo tliri'c otlu'i- rars. luhi.li arrivi-d on 'l'iirsda.\ last. They wi-ii' .Vnu'iiraiis. and of the prosprr-, oils rlass. who are* seeking a ron^Vi'tl-jial rliinati'. ri�"h soil aiitl i'lu'ap laiid. j Thi'v iii'i' I'liiini'iil ly pli'a.siHJ with the ^ oiiMook hi'i'i', ami \\ill iiialvi' e.M.';'!-i lent eili/.ens of this the ,:,renlest , rro\ iiue in i he 1 loiiiinioii. .\ii elTorr is lieing iiiaile to ii.ive a; |ilepiit\- elerk appointed for lli,-'h l!.v-I er. ami also to have regular sp lings � of the court. The \oliiiiie of I i i,;a-' ;lioii from High l(i\er which is row , groiiml out through the Calgar.N of-llce and courts full.\ jiislirus Ills course. Such a iiiove would lie well ronu'd with .to.\ li.\ the imiiiliers of Ihe le,!$�il profession here. We iaii liardiv lilaiue i'llge .lar-^ Ve.\' for not desiring to 'esrie .e '',.e ' leod: we would hate lo -xe i do so oiirse!\es. hut possilil.\ a \y liigli go\eriiiiieiit were .o see ele\ale us lo the lieiu'h, .i:: I a salar_\' of .Sii.iUMI u w-ar. we mighl make a sliglil sacritice. -o-- . Spi'nUiiig' of Iliehorl, tlio nieinbor for liosolnifl, the >t'alg�ry AUiertan man soys: "Mr Ilifhert, nsi I waitl hofore,.is a fairlv good speaker. lie i.s no orator a.s HiiiIiin nml it. II. lleniiutL are, and he g'els lost, when he travels along- a sentence whirh ha.s too iniiny leriiis in it, such as. "If wo are atil onoinoiis, wilh exactly the same |irivileges as other lirovincos. w h.v are we ih.ein," hut he is good-iial iireil all through il, ami thai g-oes a long wa\-." � IF YOU BUiLD YOU NEED a lit I ' i The plan of the house iiiigliL give an iiulicatioii of Ihe comparative I'.vorlh of the dilTerenl nieniliers of 1 he Legislattiri.'. Utit this l.i'gislalure, uniipie in e\er'_cl liiiii:". is also most tinu.'ainl in ihis. The lack hencher. Willi whom the joke writer and cartoonist has made nivrr.N in other pro\ iiices. does not e.\ist. in .\llerla., i'llere are hack I ellellers. liut I he.\ are not of ihe l.\pe ijesciiliiii. agri-en 11 u iisl s, profusi' in whiskers, \\ith liav ill their hair. Hon, Mr. !''itila.\'. a .Miiiisler of 1 lie Crown, is at one. eiul of the hack row, and Mr. Itoi^ enroll. Ihe lest groomed man in Ihe House, sits tartliesi from t llP speak 1 r. - I 'a l.gar\' .A llieii an. li.' you two wifio yon wiil liny your Lnnilwr wlipre yow can get it, lilt:' bi'st at a icaKoiialilo prico-aiid get it when you want it. We liaiidlo Lumber of Every Description Our sonrc'c of aniiply is iinliniitt'd .mil you can depend uix)n gottiij wliat voii ask for. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd J. \V. iVrcNicoi., (ii'iuTal JMaiia'gur, Ltitlibridgi', Alta. Branches al Tabcr, Nanloii, Leaving, C tlslon. Pinther Creek and High Riv to 1 s .1 . W Uoolf. w ho closed the dehale on the speech from the Throne, dea 11 entirely with the school npiestioii. He KI'-.JtXIK I r ihe I oiiiida r\ . uiipaii.x T liave for R!i1i. valttab'c Farm Land.s it) Tov,ii,sliii) 1'. Eango 15. Tliis is a yrtvit opportniiily for iati>ndiiig sot-tiers, or any person arixion.s to ill farm 1'intl.s .1 of , doUl.l nivest Tabcr Lots also for Sale. W. F. RUvSSELL Real Estate AlcciiI Taber, Alta. Farm for Sale Al) SO ac'i-e farm oi the irriiia-tion ditch, about 5 miles from Letlibridge, for sale h.1 it bargain. On the premises are n small lioure and stable, reservoir. About .10 (une which acres are broken, and fenced. Ai>- Thursday, plv to J. A. jAlcdiilfin, North Warxl. If in I h'' ^ \ si iia of j ia,\ I ng'. it is .serimis cliara-,'! er. and wdl lie ad.iusied amicaM.\ . Tliere will tie no ile.irtii of i,o,i/e in l'"iaiik if ,'ili the applications for wholesale lupior la-i'iises lluit ha\ latel.N gone in are grautcil. Tliei , are I hri'e in all. ore 1 .\' W. ( ll-'.vans. another li\ I!. Sieeses and \V. Manuel, ami thi' third hy 1.. \V Krilis. \il had Ihe iiecessar.v sigiia-I'.iircs of 111 Kiseiioltlers. and the . , iii issioiiei-s wiil hale to do some ' 1 liiuiiiat iiig or refii.se i hem all. (). Kvans is Imildiiig a store at ' iiead of nomimoii .\i.eniie in .nation of gelling the license. Tom .Martin was hoiuired last night with the luiss ehari\iiri and a that sort of testimon\ lo popularity-in the hisior;, of l'"raiik. It was sun a io\ful affair, and e\ idenced the re-.LMiil in wlii.h l-'iaiiks latest lieiie-dict is held among the "io\s." Angus Smith, or � � .-Aiiiithy." aslh lit>palar lirakcman of that nam runs on tlie local will IniM' t he s\ m(ial friends along th com-dis-W Ih. lilt ici- liet ti of a FOR SALE. One of the best hotels on tlie Calcrary and Edii)i>nlon railroad. l]verythii!g new and np-to-date. This hotel is doing a tirst class business. One of the best livery barns in | Albt^rta. ill head of drivers and! mom li a;, saddle liorses. .Rigs and harness, robes and lap rng?, every tiling comiiilete. First eliiss ranrli arnl farm landp, iinprnv(>il and nniiapro\'ed. W'eliavi'aeiioiee lot of dwellings iiud resiileniial io!s to choose from. j-ioariliiig tioiise. a good reason for selling. This is a snap. i ()iio ri\o-isterr'd . McC.vliiian. of Winnipeg. .�,uciedi'd .\ssistant .Aui'iil liiickley in ilial posilioii al lite ('. I'. M. sla-iion. niid (>. (i. Uai't, ol Spokane, is now (illiieg the |iosilion of (ia.v operator. -o- C'.VHltSTO.V. CHURCH DIRECTORY. C.ATIIOLFC CJIUHCII. Similay Services:- Low nias.s, 8..30 a. iti ; liigb mas.= , 11.00,; ve.spers, "i.SO |'. m. iJ.aiiy Scrviccse-Mass 0.30 a. m. Father Van Tighcm. ST. ..vuai;sTiNr:r.v. church. (Aiti;lira,i\ ) Rev. .1. .S. Cliivcis, A. K. C. Ucctor. Hev. Daviil Jonrs, i\ K., As.sistaiit. Siinilays:- Matins at 11.00 a, m. Siinilay Sctiool at 3.00 p. m Evensong at 7,30 p. m Cclol)ralion of Ilely Ooinmiinion;- 1st Sunday in tho iniTlli. S a. in. (I'lain), and 11 a.m. (Choral). 3nl Sunday after Mat'is. Other Sundays at ,S.;iO a.m. Daily Matiius anil F.t^usong at 0.30 a. ni. anil 7.30 p. in ST. MAHV'S JVI.SSION. (N'l). 3.) Sunday Si;honI at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. in il-'rom tile .Stai-.) .\ ineelng w.is Ili'lll in (he .Vs.seiiili-ly Hall Tu. vdii\ iiighl, .March llntli, lo orgam/e a lirancli of-tlie .\lliorta I'ariner'.v Association. 'I'he meeting ,\as 1 ailed to order l.y Mr. II. M". Hfown. Ml, Itrown then read the-coiisl it iii ion of i he .Mlierla Fanner's .\ssociat ion. and it was decided lo (irgaiii/e. N'Xl came the election of olliccrs. and.the following were clios- ii: I'resiilent, 'I". .1. Woo I ford; \'ico-I'li'sidi-nt, ./. .\. Ilamiiier; Direetor.s -.Janes Parker. .Mountain \iev,; i-'rank l.i'a\ilt, l.oavitt; .\. Cnzief. CaT'dston: W. U. Sloan, .lames Hi 11 ingsle.\-i:ilison,, .Vetna. .\Iavor Hainiiief anil .1. T. lirown li'luriiMl on -M'lmla.v from l.i'l hliridge wliilli"!- the.v went nl Ihe reipH'st 'lie Hoard of Trade. These. , gi men got the coal all right. .V report of their mission will he given VvCi'k, and it proni'ses to In ;iig. The meetiii.g for I lie liear ng 1 he eommil lee has In en .��(' niorroA nighl. \ laid w .IS made i in oih ."".laii.s I Id-t liners in Medicine will regret to know that Ci'ier I'll has died. i"or a iiumh '. ea.is Mr, Nesl'il resided oi ^l.�t Hat. follow iiig I lie occu carpenter, and later lagg".. Ihe C 1'. I!. He worked Iiiiiiiiiiig ('f kiiiiw ii as a i.r.-d Mill of l;oi.eri He n.ng out of l.ist coupl,' '..ilh the po y.fr\ il e. has the liospiial. I ,ro.id 111 i ; ! 'o, Scot l.ind. i I ell . who has .Medicine Hat a Hat .'ncs-'r i f ;.-di,'in' poiiils (iuii were Vo lie feiiiid ill the Canadian schools, and if .me thing he felt sure, Ihat Ihe slarlling growth of allieisiii and agnosticism which, had cluiracl ei i/eil ihe I'liileil Slates for Ihe past generation or (wo, was largei,\- .due lo the fact that Ihe .\inericaii schools showed no re\erence of aii.\ kind lo a supreme,-being. i 1!A V.MDND ti'roni the Chronicle.) \ special meeting of the Town Council was held on .Monday evening for the coiisideral ioi\ of a, l.iy-law , a.iieiidniinls, and to hear and act Upon the repoi t of the medical inspect or. The licen.se law was anion,led, a l'.\-law intr.uliiced pros idiiig for a'' poll lax upon all citi/.eiis over 21 � .'.ears of age not on the assessmcut ^ r.ill. a li.\"-la',v prox iding for the pre-j \i'ntion and spread of contagious diseases, and atlix:ng a jienalt.\' for lailiiie to compl>- with its pros is-ioiis. a I'.\-iaw pro\iiliiig for the pill ting in of lirick chiiiine\*s jtnil ^ thei" lo ro-' ;arded as an ordiiiai.\ sore, throat,' ml therefore it will l,e well where: s>iiiploms of that description manifest Ih servii'e. �liiseh es, to call prof, ssional iFroiii (lie 1 fence reigns The iii'ople an other lietter as time passes hand of friendshiii is being to each oilier. On Tiiesda.s- exening. tin.' l-'Oth, Hie .\oung people of this bnrg on.ioxed a 'j.all al tlie big hall. i l''rida.\' iii.ghl the '�Tabor Thes-: i plans" look tlie hoards in the com-, ed,\ drama. "The I.it lie Cornor^ ; Store. � .V fair house giected them.' The mos( eoiispit'tioijs among tin*: new buildings er"Cle well, especiall.y at night, with il.i niassixe windows, lioiiglas, Moag-lin, I'rolieil, and all our merchants j are doing a good trade. i l'"ri.lay ni.ghl Mishop 1{. \. \'aiior-i man boarded Hi e train for Lelh-' bridge lo look up matters conin'cli'd ; with the Tabor lownsile. i .V number of our eiti/eiis will x'isit ' dilTerenl parls of the Cnilefl Slatesi during the inoniii of .\iiril, ninong: xvlioni will he our i'\-Sei rotary-Treas- ' iirci\ .Milton H. Scidl. ! Mr. .SimiiKDis, Fiberal nomine' to succeed lir. He \ eber, was a( Ta! or i this xieek gri'el ing liis friends who' gaxe him generous support at the caucus, and in I'acI lie said '' I lowd,\'"  111 ail, �He is xvell liked Ju-re. Mr. [ .l,ihn Simmons has arrangi (I to hold a : i,,.,. i,,,, rousing iiieeliiig at Ihe big hall lii'i'e ; next week. I w,'? .\ I Ihis inonnnl. foiir-.'-cori or"s stah'.art young men an: Taking a map of the Proxince, Mr, Mooru xx'cnt into a short series of calculations, in which he showi-d that tliere xvere" 7.-i.00(l,(ll)ii acres of land south of township .")i>^ of which prolinbly 1 .-1,11110,(100 could ho counted as the iiioiintnin section, andnn-ot'her 1(1,00(1,eOb taken olV to allow for Hie lakes and water courses, leaving . r.n.OOO.OdO, of which i>.':.,0(K).-were hoinostoads. There was 2,-).00O,(i(Ml aon's lo be aci'oiint-ed (nr. To whom did it belong-. Pro-, ducing a map with C. I'. U. lands marked red. he said that this would lell wliere a great part, of it, had gone, and was it the Liberal part.v which did that',' Xot by aii.v means; it xvas the Conserx'at ive part.v. It was not lo be wniulereil al. considering their jiasl treat iiienl of this corporation, that ' the Conservative members were not prepared to tax oxen the roadbed of the Canailiaii Pacific liailxva.x-. '� The Lethbridg'e Hotel ElstubUshed 18S5 W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Soiilliern Alberta iniADQlfAiriEKS I OR COMMERCIAL MEN WIIHN IN I.HTHBKIDGE STOl^ AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, jfine dining room and best of soods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR Ibil the present Legislature tloes ' nol oxen open its Sissions xvith pray-^ or. This is no oiiiis-,-ioii on tho part of Speaker l''islii'r, who. hpin,g an eld- : er of tho Presbyterian (.Minrch, can reel ol'f a I'lrsl-class pro.vor, as long as ,\oii please, and ropoal tho West-' minster Catechism hackuard.s as well !is forwards. Hilt there are no rules for Ihe House, I hero is no prayer mnnnfaclured so what cnn you do'? .\n l''.dnionton divine xvas vi'r.x- much shocked at Ihis omis.'^.iim of tho l-eg-Islature, part ioularl.x' at tho grand opening of the noii:so. and-very for-ciblx- |ioiiiletl oul that thoiigii indo-pemlenco -xvas all riglil in its iilace, that, the Legislature xvas going a few ,>ards too far in niutel.v docliiring itself independent bolh of tho King-on enrlh !ind- Kin.g fin high. liut xvhat is lo be doni? iihniit it'.' It to()k Sir Oliver Mowat. tlvo .voars to l\\ lip the sdays, at 8.00 p. m. Kpvvorth League, Fi days, at 8.00 p. ni. lailly mangled. Hr. il nec'ssary to aiiipn-rs. Mr. Wilson is do- ' machine and i Keiuieily found i I 111 e I liree lingi I ing xvi'lI, .\ iiii'ssa.go litis been received from the Poslmasler-ti'eiieral. slating that n mail clerk is lo I.e placed on the regular dnil.x" I rain bel ween Mncleod and Calgary the first of .\pril. It is rumored aroiinil toxvn that I'.rnie .Mc-Cri'a has been I'ecomnn'inled to the position, and xvill likol.>' le appoiiil-.Slioiild ,Mi', Ivos bo oloctod in Lethhridgo. thoitf is no doubt that ho would bo snp-iJJ ; lilanled. Rut h"p has slioxvn niuoli greater strength on the floor of tho IIoiiKo than xvas lookoil for. "I Ton. j\lr. Ciishing does not claini lo the ordinary gracos ofolor. Tie is ilislinct l,v the business man of the Cloverninonl, and his address on 'riio>ida,x' xvas ,iij.st xvhat was lo bo o.xpoetod from a gontleninn of [his charaolor. ft xva.s tho nintler-of-Ifact slaloniont of n nuui who is lioti-tly trying lo I'lpply to (ho conduct mot hods of lay tho ' ('St of his depart nu'llt the sanit -!as hnx-o oimblod lilni to build np Ins own business, and who wished to lio judged sololv on Ills record ns an ad-minislralor. H'' strongly resented tho rharg'o that any r.nhlic, operations had been carried on for political  cn'ect.. from the Throne xvas not fnct, if it erred at all, it xvas bo-j cause of its lavish rullne:->s. True.; thoro xva.t nothing in tlio xvords of 1 tho T/ioutonant-Ciovornin- concerning \ llio proposed lliidson's Ray JUiilxvn.v, | hilt that xvas liooanso tho i'ensibilil.v ' o) the route had not .x'ot I oo'ii do-; tormined. When Hudson's Roy us aj seaport of ooinmercial xalno has boon i oslablislied, llio (Jovrrnniont would j not bo sloxv ill taking tip Ihe (|iies-j tion and pro.sociit.jng it to (ho very j end. lie boliox'od tliat l.lio Cnnadiatt, N'orlhern xvas looking toxvards lliid-| son's Ra,\', and all succi ss to thuni ! ill their onierpri.so, and let the Do-1 niinion of Canada give Hioiii all t\w'; eiU'fiuragonioiit that, xvas coming to I Iheiii. The qiiostion of ('. V. U, ox-' eniption xvas not ineiitionod in (ho. addriss, bid. the Ri'ovince, ho beli'ev-' I'd, might represent to the Rominion ' the advisability of negotiating xvilh tho railwn.v company for th.i run-; po.si' of removing the e.Keinption. Hut ' lo place a Ia.v niioii the rolling' stock and tho ronillx'tl of a railwa.v was lVorent, Mpoii Ihis tho (Jov-ernment inight tako action iliiring the coming session. .And tho railways inight not Ix! aiono, cither, I'oi' the (Jox'ei'iunonl wfi.s considering blinks, iiisiironce companies and other financial corporivlions. Ho referred to the excellency of tho scliool law of .Albei'to,. nnd t-o nn application of n deputation of hoot sugar men for a biOiinty, xvhich ho )ironiiisod consideration, bid. If "assistance is lo ho gix'on, it xvill bo'to the (;eet fjroxv-ei'S, na xvell ns the boetmignr uinnu-facttirors,''. ^ The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH. Proprietor Every attention given lite travelling public Feed Stable in connection . Telephone 47 Landscekers' and Rancher's lleadqiuirters RATEIS; $1.00 PEIR DAV for the best service in uethbridge: stop at the HOTEL Dallas] WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ;