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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta DEAD JHORSES Spoil Landscape East of Town A TIMELY PROTEST ENTERED Stockmen SHmiM Mm the Car* cisscs. IMlor of LcthbrMs* Herald: Dear Sir,-Could you flm! place In I ho columns of your valued pnper to Innort a protest against people who, having xU'ihI horsos to tMnposo of, tart thoin out to Just'enst of tho junction ami leave Uhom tliere to decompose and annoy pnsser�-by by an unheal'thy smell, otc. Sow that Conhlnle and dlatrlot is settling up so fn�t, there Is considerable truffle on this trull, ami it is anything hut plensnnt. to >bc greeted by uii offensive sight and far from pleasant odor every time ono pasws this spot. i have Imwii asked by several people, Indiea especially, to try and do something in thin matter, (jut what can I do except appeal to the -good sense ami common decency of people who do this, to cart dead animals to a place where they will not annoy a large proportion of the commun- j IIIIIUIIT AND DHWIl/Y, Tho trouble with servants is, some of them take on bo aim! some take off so. Knowing what men are, ono might think that the woman who drives a man to drink wouVd )w exceedingly popular. ! Mark Twain's latest maxim is neat jam) very 'human: "To bo good is {noble, but to 'twich others to 1� good is nobler-and no trouble. KILLED AT TABER Small Boy Lost His Life LasTWeek RAN PIECE OF IRON INTO IIS SIDE Population close upon 4,000 and Reisftcck. (Speeial to the Herald,) ^''" ' Tabor, April 33.- Last Tuesday Mrs. Noah-''Did you haw any'the little 12-yenr-old son of Luke trouble getting the animals Into the , Itatabcok met his (oath suddenly ark-'V* Noah-''Well, some of thwn while riding on a water-sled drawn wanted to he aure . . Mother hands out aoapHUds, And so does sister Ann, Hut the chap that beat* the enrpets Is our old mnn. WM TWCHft*ytar*tM SOU tf U�IS mcreaMlmi dally- The- third lnrge�t town in'":,Ani*hft. A coal mining, I ranching and forming district. In-'1 corporntod as a 'city this- year. vrty officials. Mayor-*.ted'. itlogerf. Sec.-Ti'Cas.-OhaLs. U. Uowmna. City Solicitor-C. F. T. Conybeare; IC. 0 Chief of Fire Department-A. K. 1 Humphries. LCvTSont n�V Mnry� Hecretary-P. It. Ilarnrs. Judge-"l�o I undortitand you to, Witness- "Their voices were unusually hiph ond their words extremely low." way; the Vancouver, Westminster | fc'sccutivo-Wm. Oliver, C. O. on't Yukon Railway, and the Oal-iN*ouiw, F. Sick, M. Frwroan, igary and Pcrnie Railway Company k. M. j bills had for their object \he captur-, _________________ ____ ity or bury or burn them decently, j Rrowii-'Why did you repulse Uiat ,nfi. ol th Crovt>H iiotiit .thoYeHow; Dominion lands-!. W. Martin. Warford, M. Young OOVKRNMRNT OPP1C1AL8. Ranehera driving ntock to the stock yards might also have Iho decency if any of tlwir the trail of pulling ttiem a reason- ] f�ney church young man wten he asked you for |,Part nnrt thv K,i(.klng Hol.8C ,,nsse9| limnlgratlon-A. !!. Mumphrles and! the hand of your itaugbtrr?" tlreen-,,,v .vinorirau lines, with .the object Cha-. Mair. t stock die oni"l wantod to save fhe price of a of ,t,ivertina the Alberta wheat and; Registrar of Vital Stuti-tics-C. f�. ; ] fancy church wedding by letting ClUllo ,rnmc ,to Washington and Or- Mowinon. able UiMnncc rrft the road. ThanWng !'hem elope." egon ports. itor-.� I>. Iliffinl.'Othain. you for doing anything you can. in - i Senator Lougheed Mild-an attempt' Collector of Custoins-.J. Kenny. this matter, Yours truly, (SO. HKMIOI.UYKi:. -o- TIIK RKAUDLKSB A strange thing hap|icnevl al So- was being made to capture Western, , attic on Tuesday. Two fine news- j Canadian wlieat for American mHl-1 , l>a',�ers arc publliilK'd there-the Post-ling companies. � I Intelligencer (morning) and the. Senator Kerr, of Coburg, and Scn-| Times (evening). The first despatch-1 tttor McMullen and Sir Mackcn*ic CltUKCMttS. Angiicaiv-Rev. J. H. Oh I vers, rec-, tor; Rev. PavM Jones. Roman Catholic-Rev Father Van 1 Kghem. (From the Cardston Star.) We 'have swn our friend Mr. W. C. Simmons. M. P. P. for lath-bridge, in a gioat many phases. We have seen him serious, wc have seen him glorious, wc have seen him de-termimvl, and we have seen him easy; we hove seen him through Art ruts and drought, but once, and only once, did we see him real "mad" in the Yankee vernacular. When he arrived at Calgary on the tftth Inst., en route to Edmonton to take tht oath and assume the position in which tilie electorate had Mil. SIMMONS j es of the San Francisco calamity J Rowvll declared against American! Presbyterian-Rev. A. M Gord in. | I were received by the Times, which at lines. Methodist-Rov. j. R. llughst there had heennojund Yukon. It wns building without Hank of Montreal-W. F U;*>c earthquake, .ft woe all a mistake,! subsidy, had spent a million and a Manager. whereupon thc*P.-l. posted on its'quarter, and wanted to carry wheat Rank of Commerce-C. O. K. front window this placard: "The r�. [ from ICdmonlon to Vancouver. I .Source, Manager. port of eart'hq^akc and lire In San J i\on. Hlin s),iBc& and the air is I m.i�t wos also producsl shoa-ing balmy. Hascball was played herei that VtO.tM'K) wus promised to he this .war early in January. There1 paid to Henry Sutherland, managing is np uni.r fjim^te in all Canada, director ol the Teuiperunce and Gen-j CONVF-NTI2NCKS. tral t:oux>any, who rctiri�d when the Waterworks system, electric light,' company amalgnmwted with the sewerage system, telephone system. ' countering a humau "l"ioi�g, when j Manufacturers' Mfc. The amount -,- they came m sight of a cabin in was to t- paid in nvo annual -.nstal-1 trrk prm8tisg 1n a clearing, it was very stilt. The mentn of $2,000 eaeh. and Suthcr- SOUTHERN ALBRRTA! on.- of the hill counties of Kentucky not long ago, bound und to; ^ain! traveller to tho otibcr. follows: , creasing interest taken by the farmers 'erta in tree planting. ' "How do you do?" said the north- ,on Krank u jn.ippeu. The foreatiy department three' frner' Hon. Al'jert F.lbnrt Rlswood Rich- %vgrs ag0 organized a system where-! ''Howdy!" remarked the southern-; ats1, ^ rarmoi9 could oljl�in lrwB( ^ j or languidly. �'Pleasant country." "Fur them tlvet likes it." "Lived here nil your life?" Tho southerner spat pensively in the dust. "Not yi'-," be saKl- Header Mag-ntin�. MB SIMMONS AT FORT SASKATCHEWAN The Liberals at Fort Saskatchewan barwpieMed F. A. Walker, M.L. A. W V. Simmons responded to the toast of the legislative Assembly, and the Rdmonton Bulletin reports >il� snceeh as follows: Mr W. c. Simmons. M. P. P., claimed t i be at least the youngest member of the House in experience. He had the honor to represont the first constituency oitencd since the general election, and he was pleased to say that it pronounced in favor of the Government. He was also pjeasnd to see one-half of the Opposition present at a Liberal banquet; it showed a tolerant spirit In politics. He i'rl.-'fly referred to the hones of the south for the capital. lie re- j ferred to the resources of the south country, mentioning the boot sugar factory and the large irrigation works that were making southern lands so valuable. Me closed by expressing his pleasure at tielng present ou th:s occasion. -o- STOMACH TROUBLES. Mrs. Huo Martin, on old and highly respected resident of Falsonia, Miss., wns sick with stomach troub-1 ; ., ',--  ,, .iM ,u _,__,_, le for more than six months. Cham- tera are in h|�ck-�lgfed envelops." i�htld �s done nursing. Wipe Utrlain's Stomach and Liver Tahlets I , cured her. She says: "I can now . . tat anything I want, and am the j Mr. IL � RcaWy, coramwaioner of liroudest woman in the world to find jthe Saskstoon Board ** Trade, has Dr. II. Tuckwcli, who has just died at Oxford, was once staying at a friend's house when he ond his host, also a doctor, hogan to discuss the number of letters each received. Just then the postman arrival and delivered two letters for Tuck well, and about forty for his host. "There!" remarked the host, "in spite of your large practice and popularity Hon. W. K. IVsndue. {nuber with expert advice and assist- The vnconeies in the # court of .ancc in planting. avJiout charge. Ini King's bench will I* filled hy the ap-.x00�, Mr. Mitch-ll states that there! polntment from the former territor- (wore IWC|V Mitchell's duties to inspect 1 ant-governor. in succession to 8lr!.,wsi, r,)ots of lrw.8i awJ generally' Daniel McMillan, and the names ol|assisi ^ farmers in growing them, j Isaac Pitbnldo and d. A. Maodon-!.^ nrPS�int yw ,s c�pectad to see aid, of Pottage la Prairie, aro sug-;at L>ast iionh]e (he nvlrnber of plotB gested as likely to appear when the 'planum j appointments are made to fill the J Ths trees came from the Indian' vacanoles m the court of King's 0apwHiuental farm, where an bom'n- evtonsiv* nursery in jn*intain*d for! the purpose. The government gives I SORE N1PPLKS. the farmer practically all the trees] such a good medicine." For sale by written Mr. Geo. MaCrajiey, M. P.. all druggists. Samples free. t ! asking that 'he r�inest the govern- 1 * " '1 '" Intent to appoint a western deputy J. Seymour'Corloy has 'been an- postmaster-general, with ofBce at Tuckwell, I've |>eaten you hollow." , """........-- . . ,. , , ... JL^i^t �. 1 .. .1., ' -- ho can handle, bomo of ahem have *Ves. replied Dr. Quckwell. �juiotly,  A cvm, ,my iv eft^itti j>y applying 1 01)lv .,, oUh(>r8 elirht to "hut I notice that most ct your let-! Chamherlai,,'* Salve as soon as the ^9 *" �JT V'1*?,  -hUd is done nursiag. Wine it off ttcrp9' m lrPW' fhe futur� ^ vith a soft cloth before allowing the I* derived from this campaign is In-  child to nurse. Many trainad nurses estimable, use this salvo with the be�*t results. ^__-_-^�_^__� Price 2ft icifts per box. Sold by all 0 druggists. At Nanton. before Messrs. Chis-i ......� �� holm and Bouder. J. P.'s, William Godfrey, a local laraaer, was com-1 -pointed crown attorney for Toronto. I Winnipeg. Victoria University, Toronto, con- mttted lor trial on a charge ofhav-i ferred the degree of DD. upon Rev. jng obtained goods by false pratenc-i Principal Ridrtoil, of Alberta College, cs from ft Nanton merooaat named Spend $1.50 And be in touch with all the Intest newt by Subscribing to the LETHBRIDGE - HERALD THE BIGGEST AND BEST WEEKLY PAPER IN ALL ALBERTA the HERHLD CLAIMS TO BE Up-to-Date, Newsy, Bright Entertaining Take a run through one of our issues and decide for yourself whether our claim is gilt-edged or not. -: JOB :-DEPARTMENT We have a modern equipment of type and machinery; as well as first-class workmen, and we make the statement without fear of contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as any office in the West. A trial will convince you that we have a right to talk this way. Try us for Letter Heads Bill Heads Envelopes Posters Dodgers Calling Cards Wedding Invitations Programmes Anything in fact w here type and ink are used The Herald's Motto: "Nothing but the Best" _4 , Edmonton. Uco, Marie, ;