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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta J When you com� to the Me-tropolia stay �t the Mill $1.00 per day i ooccccc opposite C. P. R. Depot | Stephens * Ilockendorf \ PropiieLors Calgary, Alberta I NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken FTom Southern Albetta Papers I A�k your ttek�3t ii):; family, uvho are in S-an FrnnoiBCo. IL in hoiKd Mr. riowning will find his people all safe, and ihat he wiM soon ih Jaffray again nDtenrling to biM dutioH a8 mayor of that progtonsive ci>ty. I^st Sunday evening, Home ltm� 'lii�twecn .iei'spht ond tfln o'clock, a young mon 4)y the name of.Theodore FlucV, who woH rooming, at the Uoy-al Hotel, took hid own Wfo l>y swal-lowiTig an ounce of corbolic acjd. H'.7 had 'been dmpondent for Nome timo. and had been kept wt the city jail by the police, 'but later bod 'boon allowed to go over to the Royal, Ijadorout. Htook place in Barnabas Church last Friday, Hev. W. Nicolls ofHciatiflg, when Thoma.s 11. Tyler, of Modiciltc Hoit, was married to tWm Amy Mooery about a hundred yards tiohind 't'lio Klk Heen cs-taiblishod at Fcrni's to commence May 1st, and C hief Constable Mc-MuUin has been appoiniod gne registered ( Icveland .bay be moved beyond xha freight ^hod to Btallioii. Prine ri�hl. Good stock,'* ""'^ � *WAV^At the Medicine llat Mi^s'^Mifctoe^of^MSdL'n^^ Maternity liospital on W.�ine8day. school will open about tiie Jst April IS, I'JOe. to Mr. and Mi-s. May.'.-Wje new -buitding was Davrd Galloway, a dauglvter. ipainted by J. Brwitner. , MITNDV-A't the Medicine Hat Ma-, The ranchers b( Sewn IVraoas Itad tcrni'ty Hospital, on Thursday, a round-up between Forty Mile Cou-April 10, 1U06, 'to Mr. and Mrs. jice and the tank, starting la^t Wed' Fiv>.-1 Mundy, a daughter. jncsdriy 'to gather cattle- MARRIED. GALLOWAY'-IREIiAND - At Glen Mar Ranch, Stair, Alberta, on W'odnosday, April 25, 1906, Miss iKflibel M'iddleton Ireland to Mr. -Painter, Pajw^r Haoa-er,^ Decorator, agent for Empire Wall Pnper.s, from 3c.  roll up. B�;st of work guaranteed. Residence-Firtit enst Court House, on Baroa?s.s Road. of lamen .T. Galloway. TOLlr-HOBSOX-At MedicinclHat, An>crta, in St. l^rnal:as Church, l>y Rev. W. Nicolls, on Saturday, , ____ . April 21, .John Toll, F,6q., and ca***'e to Henry, Hwbeon on Monday Miss liMHc Hobsou, youngest dau-1 ��' ghter of Henry ilobson, Esq., both i 'r\IW>H of Medicine Hat. ' i.'^ovm. T. NoBting^s motlter, who has 'been visiting at SevM l^srsons, returned last week to North Dakota. Tbos. OHvcr 'wan out in the district last week looking fosbeef cat.-thj. i- ccLcd. He is iHjing carod for at the F-?r.>;} Hospital. J. G. O''0onogiiue, I �ss. at 41,200 a year to be general - , , rotary for ti.e town. Th� lai;gn convenient, roomj- and comfortable hotel recently erected by Jfttncs Grior, one of the oldest res- .j. g. Hull is now completed and op-idents in the Macleod district, and en for business, iwider the manage-onc Qf the most prcsp.irous farmers, |nicnt of the genial Ja�. Dobbe, who was'seen around town today at-> has a facultv of soiiding bis custom-I'tondiwg business, looking haiie and Lrs away itcel'ing that they are leav-hearty, and almost as young as ever. | .jng one of the best places in South-Mr. Grier is in bis eighty-fourth ern Alberta. i C,arrol and Doyle have �dt�oi a Word i�n� just hecn pacej^xd in ^ large ad.ston, is dang-jtion to their many patrons. The Herald's Market Wlit^n yon have anything to Sell or Buy, hero is the place to , let tho iieople know FRANK. TENDERS. (From the PafKir.) , Th^ Lille school is getting so large tihat tbo trustees are studying the udV'isabil'ity of employing a second teacher. 'Kio coal company is about to bo-gin building a residence and hospital for Dr. O'Haigain, t'he camp phy-Ktcl'an. _ The school trufrtccs arc planning to ^ , ... . � ^ ^ secure additional ground for the T.7n( will be received by theun- ^^.hool, atwl will likeiy cetabUsh �p-(liTsipnert up to 6 p.m. on May lOth armto play grounds for ibojs and (lie cleaning of Sladord Village, girls, T. .10NES, Overseer. I T'ln Ivoard of license commissioners 'for this district met hero yesterday I to consi'ier the applications that Ihave been filed for a wltolesole liquor liconec. Three applicoitiotts faave been made, but only two were per- erously ill with pleurisy', bavi'Ug t'ak-en a rolapse. Dr. Mcwburn, flic famous Letb-bridge surgeon, was in town yesterday performing a couple of operation;* at iihe Mnckoti General Hos-pHa. Our old townsman, William Diack, jk in town spending a few >days at-tei�ding to private business. E\-ery-one in Southern Alberta who bas lived here o'ny time is noquai'nted with 3fr. Jlluck. He and bis late brother John were among the first | dozen men who canvc to Southern, AMxtrta. Mr. Itlack is now station-1 ed on the Stoney Plains Indian Re-; serve, about twelve miles west of i Edmonton in the capacity of assistant Iiydian a'gcnt. Joel Irving lias charge ol tbe big Cousins Hotel properly, a^ieh ja open .or business, an'd a good boiisc It is. and last, bi>t not least, is .the cozy, horaelike hotel known as the "Mclvenna." where all are treated with great kindnnss, and wbero. the sprmd is good enough for a'king.8o none need go roaming about oh the prairie without shelter, provided t'hey'yc got 'the ''monah." Smiling farmers ewrywhere, be-!cause of the rain thot'.s on. lor FOP. SALE. .\ snuill ffiianti'l.v of several vari-rti.s of see.l potatoes.-Apply toll. ,1 Whitney. t URNLSHED ROOM. � Fiirnislied room to rent. iocatea.-.\i>l>ly to Mrs, P. lace. fectcd, those of WilWam Evains and II. P. Clearihuc. As it was clear two licenses shou>d not be grantiod, the decision of tJhe board was hold over to the next meeting. May S^th. The annual ratepayers inccting wae beW Tuesday evening. Tho estimates making provision for the year's Centrally ex|>e�d�turo8 were passed. They W,\NTED. or; wages nr, tents per hour. Apply to the undersipjnwl, .-Jtwt'l'ng experl-,.,rp_The TiPthhridfie Rrick * Torra Cotta Co., Ud. A Wal- unount'?^ to about $1,800. Provis-Ion was made for limproving the jsHwts, laying si.lowalks and a*lH ^ oriuipping 'the lire depart- ment. Coleman wiil honont very greatly by a series of important improvc- Wanted, an e.Tf�.riencod brick burn- "^"L^*' Ititcrnational company in- . . ,tends making at once. The list includes a fine big wash house for t^ - benefit of the employees of the company, the enlargement of the battery ,of coke ovens and the cxtons'ion of [the water and liglit systems to the ^residence district.s. I E. Vf. Luckbardt, who was appoint- CLAllESHOIJil. RAYMOND. WANTED. W VNTi''D - Cpneral scrvont ,,,.,'_Mrs. II. T. Cherry. I. (I. I:,v>n afipointod \ll)frin. T!ip Toronto postoOics was coni-(>lotely giittt-d by lliHj, and the caro-inkei was smoihoticd to death. - WIi.^ii iti'' trock is built into Mac-Icci, I lit' Advance Ba.vs a new C. p, R. station will be eracted tfasre. ed to take the census of Frank, pre-liminnry to moving for incorporor lion, completed his work yesterday. , Not including the large number of M' persons who are employed in Frank, but reside outside of the village limits, the enumeration t;l\-ea a. little over 700 population. / Eli-a Heatfocofc, formerly of Brit- (Prom the Chronicle.) At the elections last week,.,!. W. Evans and H. A. .1 ones were elcotod to the st^'hool 'boord, ond W. W. Coop.-'r to the town council. .1. O. C-hance had the misfortune to lose h s house last week. The blaze Hre]n.H to have started from the tvottom of the range, the dwelling floor being the first plac. Nearly everything of %'alue insfds the house was taken out. No insurance. E. P. ln very anxious, wos gi�atly reliovod at the receipt of the news. Mr. lones, the llond Co.'s lawyer, W*s in Raymond on WoAnesday investigating t'ho Mathoson defalca-Itlon. He was accompaniod by "L. M-. .lohnstons, the town soHoitor. As to the situntion, nothing was gli'cn 'fur publication, which seems strange too. In a recent letter receivwd by T, .1. O-^Brien from J. W. Knight, he says be expects to siiend part of his summer in Canada. (From the Review.) An impresiiivc service was bel? tm Sundaj', A(>ril 2Sitd, when the Catb-, olics of this district 'held the opeii-;,ing and dedication services of their church, which has ixien recently completed. Bishop IjcGa}. ot �t. Aihtirt, ofllcinlud, assi.s'tod by Father I� St,inc, ud' Calgary, and Father Be Lmno, of Macicod. 1'he chapel is a neat structure to the west of the town, alid is a crcHtable addition to our community. Rev. Munro, who is to take permanent charge of the Pre�t|>itvriain church here, orrive' much appreciated by our citizens. Sulfscript'ions ore being taken for the buiiding of a uianse 4b connection wi'th 'the Presbyterioa church. As v't a location 'has not been de-ci-ded upon. THE BEI.L TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA f Mannfuctuves and nses High Clrade Telephones. Switchlioards, anfl other apparatus and nisiteriul for telephone plaiits. t-otd '^^^'^^ company ofFors for sale at low prices to all who may recinire them, this quality of.Telephones, Telephone Equipment and Apparatus Applications or oorresix)nnton M'i-'thorlistR will buHd a s!,-0 000 cbureh, ^ "^:}ie;.i�*S'^nS isiTcohu^tWirhai tx.�. api>oiuted an assistant coal mine linspcotor lor Al-licrto, and has been given cborgo of tjiis district, >which includes, in ad-idltion to Tho Pass, the mines of LundbreCfc. Letbbrldge ond Tatoor, and any other mines on tho Crow's Nest line. Mr. Heatbcote is now visiting The Pass. nLAIRMORE. been (From the News.j A new real o�tat� firm baa been cst^iibl'isbed in Na'nton', composed of .\. .T. Roixjitson, M.P.P., and P.M. Duggnn. .1. JI, R. Pratt lost his-'stable laat Saturday by lire, and wUh sonwliay and grain Tom Izztti's tSagbnwas burned at the enano time. The cause of the fire is unknown. I The work ot tb� new Presbyterian hall is proiB^ressing; rapidly under the directicHi ct Contrsotor l>'Vc00 to t'he Sun Francisco sufferers. . / MluN's LlilMM^iHiihmug'iFrtegii WE ARE ADVERTISED 5Y OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS IS ;