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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H.L SUrfM" Mall Rttfctatfarf I When you come to the Me* $ tropolis stay at the acej Hotel m**********************************4***4i FKRMI). $1.00 per day Stephens * Itockemlorf Proprietors (Prom iho Lodger.) Ilcv. Mr. UnrtleM, lute rector ol Olirlsl church here, loaves on Mmi> ilny with his family for lladley ami Princeton, Jl. C. where he takes charge of the Fnglish church. Mr. and Mm. tirant Darling, of .laftruy, left last evening via Hie Oreo I, Northern for .Sun Francisco. n��,.'t. r> n n f>**k�f> * Mr- 1>�l'u�K received a telegram from UppOSlte CP. K. UepOt � his mother in Oakland, saying she , cont'd get no nowi* of the other meiii-t>ers of the family, who are in �nn Kranniseo. It Ih hoped Mr. Downing .will find his people nil safe, and [that ho will soon '1* in J affray again nt'temling (o bis duties ns mayor of ' that progiesslve eMy. Last Sunday evening, sonic tunc between .eight und ten o'clock, a 'young man hy (lie name ol Theodore Pluck, who was rooming'at the Roy-|al Hotel, Oxl2f3 in size on the lot next to the W. U. AlarKhall block on Toronto street. Mr. Fcurd will do the mason work and Mr. Hum* the carpentering. The building wHl cost 5,W>0. HOJtN*. (lALLOWAY-At the Medicine Hut Maternity llnspitai on Wednesday, 1 (From the Free Dress.) TaUr. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tubor, Altn -1 Mr'.. Dutch, a man of fl"� years of age, was found dead in ttoc shrub-bery about a hundrod yurds behind Me Klk Hotel, Klko, on Monday aft-nuiiiiing lota in growing town of ernoon. 'IMie cause of the man's 'death is shrouded in mystery too deep foi the coroner's inquest to dissolve, �i>d the mat'ler will prolwbly remain a mystery. There arc 'Indt-rntions of foul play, although not the slightest motive is apparent. II. C. S. Ilnndnll has Iwo^ appointed 'gauvo warden for 'the Fernie district. A government agency has l>ccn established at Fcrnio to commenco May 1st, and C hlcf Constable Mc-Mullin has been appointed government agent. 'I*Is step was taken by the o.xecut'ive council at Victoria ~t�nRt week, and W. R. Itoss, M.D.I*., J. II. McMullin and (lovernment Agent Armstrong, at Cranlirook, were inunotliately notified. J. K. Irfiwry, manager of the Hank r.ttsl of of llnmiltoti, was married yewterday to Miss Amy Doran, of HamiVton. The ceremony took place at the homo of tihe .bride's parents. A month will bo .spent on a honeymoon trip ihrough the .States to tihe Daeiflc ('oast. Mibs lx>rock, of the Trltes-Wood Co., left for Calgary on Sunday last, where she has accepted a position with the CJreal West Saddlery Co. E. W. Kingston Uei.fa Tailor Your own nmteriHl inuile up. (.'leaning, PrcHteing, Requiring. AitHriiig. Temporary premises the English Church. FOR SALE. on the railroad. One of the lieal hotels C'ali/urv and Edmonton ^vcrythiiut new anil np-l �''' �' bit " ... Iioiik' in the park, m und lap r..g�, everything, u ,,(Ut work on ,,, coiii|ilutc. 1110W c. j, , ,jPI)t will commence r irst class ranch and farm lands,' wrthin a few days. The tirst thing improved and nniinprovetl \Ve haven choice lot of dwellings und residential lota to choose from, lionnling house, a good reason |-^""for selling. This is .1 snap. One registered le �f 'blocks north ward. The ik>w depot will t>e built Just south of the present one, and ii|m)ii cotiipltioii 'tbe old depot will Iw iuomhI beyond the freight shed to Jie imf�i for a secW�m hous.'. I). .1. O'Dmioghue, Hho Dominion Sfuir wage iiiNiiectur,- who took sick '�t Fecule last wwk with a hsvcio 'attack of piicuiiioiiiu, is rcportod to W. II. Thorne has secured the con- � fj^diei tract from Messrs. Lane It Fitncrsom' (or plowing 170 miles of fire guard around their grafting lease obtained a short time ago. The lease is situated between llossano and Medicine Hat, and the plowing of the Are guard will occupy considerable Mmo, probably all summer. J. SALAY NeU door Stafford's Tailor - Habit Muker Kust of Brcxlie und ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. \V. AlcNicor,, f Jeneritl Mntingor, Lethbridge, Alia. Now occupy Admits Lumber Co. Old stand - Round Street The Lethbridge Hotel Established 1563 W. Henderson, Proprietor WM. SHAW SfcJVISX PKItSOKS. April IS, 1U00, to Mr. and Mrs. David Unllowny, a daugMer. MI'XDY-.Vt the Medicine Hat Maternity Hospital, on Thursday, April 10. D)00, .to Mr. and Mrs. Fivd Mundy, a daughter. U.AHmED. OAI.LOWAY-llllOLANI) - At Olcn Mar Hunch, Stair, Alberta, on Wednesday, April 2*., 1900, Miss Iwi'ljfl Middleton Ireland to Mr. dames .1. Calloway. TOI.l*-HOMHOX-A t Metllcino'ilat, Allyrta, In Ht. DarnulNis Church, by Dev. W. Nicolls, on Saturday, April 'Jl, John Toll, F�q., and Miss Lillie Ho two 11. youngest dau-' ghter of Henry Jlobnon, Ksi|.. both of Medicine Hat. A loMphtuirg farmer na oJ Bckt-man bad all his hulkMngn razed to tins ground by fire on Monday and was unable He and his family destitute, but tho>l trying to assiMt them as 'best they can. .From fhc Medicine lt.t News.) !Pa,B,w- ""wr. D.w.itor. '. The. Hewn IVrsonit school building I agfnt for F.mpire Wall Dnpers, from !'l�he school will open about the lst't��d. of May. The new 'building was painted by .1. BraMner. The ranchers of S�ven IVrsons had u round-up between Forty Mile Coulee and the tank, starting lost Wed-neadny 'to gather cattle. T. Nesting's mother, who lias 'been visiting at Hevon lVrsons, returned Inst week to North Dakota. Thos. Oliver wan out in the district last week looking fos beef cattle. Mr. and Ui*. 8. Curlion visited Medicine Hut on Mftturduy. lV�tc Welsh sold HO head of beef cot'tle to Heniy Hobson on Monday Hesldpnca-First house e�st Court House, on Ibiivnw Itoud. of TADOlt. (From our Own Correspondent,) I'he Tabor people arc too busy to | last, jnuarrel or furnish any racy news, to save anything. Saturday evening last a repetition ure homeless and of " Kaptaln Ilackctt" was given by clr. neighbors are the Tabor Thespians," followed by - * "- the usual weekly'ball. The 'ftddlin" , was up to date, and the "light fan- t"Pt�d- lost his team and stables and Sam There are many strangers wtthrln Fftwoet'ts winter ranee was destroy-iour B�tos buying tavd and taking in ed. A r mut'ity of valuable standing J"**1* sight*. timber .vns also consumi*d. j Our worthy Overseer, uni. Pro- .1. II. I>cvine has sold his LIUle i]*^ and!,,wi,c/rstuTod . ,Pom f TOWN LOTS Resiliential Lots in Blocks C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance. The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta 111: vnoi ar!i:iavW Oamcron, of 1 Montana, who was formerly a partner in the Little Plume sheep ranch. Mr. lV\ine is going to try bis hand at farniinK down Indian Heofl way. i.nd Ins hosts of friends wish him ih,� t.i�si f.f link. MACLEOD. 1 From the Oazette.) T!u> Tov^n t.'ouncil discussed a waterworks system a�i Its last meeting. The Council will engage o't tl.UOO a year to le genera) sc-r-'tary for the town. CONTRACTING DJtAYINC COAL DELIVERY most accompany orders all liotisektHS|)era secunal. Il^ doim* as well 11s cun �.c ox|tecicd. For further |�rtieulars apply to'lie is Deing .and tor at tho For. ICi.i.is & MlLuas, Wetuil ttwin, Alts. The Herahfs Market When yon liuve any tiling to Sell or liny, here is tho place to let I lie i>cople know TF.NDF.IIH. Hospital. .1. (S. O'aVmogtiUf, rlS'ter, o( roronlo. and son '|> t> stinlying tho advisability of employing a second teacher. 'Jin) coal company is about to begin building a residence and hospital for l)r. O'llntftui, vh camp phy-*ietan. The school 11 unices ore planning to secure additional ground for the school, and will likely establish *ep-, '�>r lioys and girls. I Tin' hottrd of license comniiSKioners '/">- this district met hero yesterday consider tho applications that their visit to Utah.  They report, lots of snow and rain down there, , and that all the mountain streams; will soon ~lie running over. I Well, it is now raining steadily here, bik! indications arc that tho _ ' rtorm will continue until the ground is thoroughly soaked. Office-First tloor gouth of An i;lea has i.wn rolling around vatiou Aliny Imriucks. , in our Overseer's cranium for some i .time to the effect that the canine un- > **�epnone � [registered |K>pulat4on of Tabor must t ' ;go ami make room for the ratepayers. Noa is the day and now Is the - -! h0"1, '� s,r that thv dog l�w i* en-tt ,!T I- towed. The larg* convenient, room>- and comfortable hot^l recently erected by daincs (Jricr. one oi the oldest res- j. s. Hull is now completed and op-iden's in the Mncleod .Ustrict. and cn ftfr business, under the manage-one of the most. prct*r.-.rous farmers, of t4ie genial das. Dobljis, who was seen around town today at- has 1 facultv of sending his custom-Itereling business, looking hale and prg awfty frehng that tbey are loav. hearty, and n I most us young; as ever. jng one of the best places in South-Mr. rirl.-r is in his eighty-fourth prn Alberta �"r t'arrol awl l�o>U> 4iaw asidet a Word bus just bevn ivi-eived in large addition to tin-ir 'hotel, and own thut liisis-pior W. It. Irwin, R. are now prepared to give ttatisfac- W. M 1'., of t.'ardston, is dang- tfon to their many patrons, rowdy ill with pleurisy, having tak-! ,fael Irving has charge of the big en a rMapse. Cousins Hot�4 profn-rty, which is on- l�r. Mew bum, the famous Lctti- 'en .or hw.lne^. and a good house bridge surgeon, was In town yester-,'1 antl ,asl- hut not least, la the day jwformlng a couple of opera- |co.^v;. hoioehke hotel known as the Ions �t .he Mnclcod Ceneral Hos-1 "Mctvenna. where all arc treated ,ila with great kindness, and where the spread is good enough tor a kftkf.Ho Our old townsman. William llluck, .nolK> ,w,;i go roaming utxuit on the in town s|�>ndw>g a few days at-',,,.^,^, Kjthout hhelter, pro%�Jdcd tending to private business. Kvery- they've got the �monali." one in Southern AHierla who has! N. is lived hen- any time in ncq^iainted with Mr. llkick. He and his late brother John were umong the first dozen men who enme to Southern Mberta. Mr. Itlack is now stationed on the Stone.v rialw* Indian Mo-sorve, ubout twelve miles wo�t of lOdmonton In the capacity of assistant Indian a�ent. 'for .to FOR HALF.. A Mimtl imuntMy �>f soveral i-ti.-s o( si'ivl potatoes.-Apply .1 Whitney have liceii lil.'d for a wliolosalo lici- varl-to D lTRNIKIIFP ROOM. runushed room to rent i..cute.l - M'l'l.v to Mrs F !ac�' Pent rally A. Wal- WANTF.R. Wanted, an ex|s>rleiico�l brick burn-�i; wiig^^s .'in cents |ier hour. Appl> i, (he undersij}iKor' fecte�|, those of Uilllam ICvans ami 11. IV t.'lenrihue. As it was clear Itwo liceiutes should not I* granted tho decision of lAie board was haVd over to tho next meeting, May 2tth. I Tho annual ratepayers twxmg Mas held Tuesday evening. 'i%o estimates making provision for the year's expenditures wero passed. They 'aniount.-d to aiKiut #1,800. Provision wns luado for �improving tiw Jstiwth, laying sidewalks and still ,'further expiipping the lire depart ment. Coleman wi�l benofit wry greatly by a series of important improvements the International company in tends tnuking at once. 'I'he list in eludes a fuve big wash houso for tho benefit of the emplojws of the com Rtnilmg farnivrs everywhere, cause of the rain that's on. be- CI.AUKSIIOI.W (From the Review.) An iiupicttftive service was hclff on Hundo}-, A\-�ril 22nd. when the Catholics of this distrin held the open- __^_ .ing �nd dedication services of their ichurch, which has U�n recently com-ItAVMOXP. :p|cted. fllshop l*Gal, of S.t. AWert, ", ,. :ol!lci�ted, as�is-t^l by Father O^rom the Chronicle.) Stnnc, t* Calgary, and Father Be At the elections last week, J. W. Lane, of Macleod. The chapel is a Kvnns and II. A. dones were elects! neat structure to the went of tho to tho si-hoot 'booed, and W. W. |to*.vn, ahd in a civ-rlitatde addition toi Coop.>r to the itown council. our tomniunit.v THE Bt^L TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA Munttfucttircs (intl uses High (Jnnlc Telephones. Stvitelilmiinls, oml other tippumttis inxl niatcrinl for telephone plants. The company offers for stile nt low prices to all who uiny require them, this qiinlity of Telephones, Telephone Kquipinont and Apparatus 'Applicationsor orrcsponileiice is solicited from those who wish to Sit 1 purchase such supplies. The Bell Telephone Company constructs ant) operates farmers' lines in connection with its local exchanges on n rental Ittsis. at reasonable tttt rotes. (*r the Company will give connection with its local exchanges and long ilistnnce lines to rural lines eontrncted by tht> fanners them-selves, on reasonable terms. When required tin* eonqwny will give-exix'tt and olher assista-icc in the building of such lines. With Hell Teleph nte Company tiihti nineuts and supervision of construction, good service is assured. Particulars on application to F. C. I'aterson. West Department. \Vitini|)cg. Aluiiitolm. Manager North BIXICHT �nd SPARKLING Wines for the elatlorate banquet or the simple family repast can be ordered from us with the certainty that the quality will be high and I he prices moderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wines are gat herded from the beat growers at home und abroad. m. eTroy Wholmtlc Ilralrr In WINF.F. LIQUORS 41..1 CIGABb V C VI, I.fthbltJjr. All*. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOH ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PICHB & MIRON .ox);o:otop;o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o;o:o:o:o:o i. '). Chance had tho misfortune to 1m> h s houi-.e last week. Tho hhv/e sivuiH 10 have Ktainod from the iMit t om Rev. Munro, who is to take |>er-inatunt charge of tho I'reasjy&erittn church here, arrived with Ms family from New llruuswlck on Monday. Central Boot & Shoe Store f the run^e, the dwelling , lloor being the llrst placs tho fire | The completion 01 tho new building was neon. The loss will figure about: lor the Cunadiun Rank of Commerce I �� s:t2.". Nearly everything of value on the corner of Third and Rail-; ** InfM.i the hoiiK.. w.ik taken out. No! way street h, gives u� a beautiful and : insurance. somewhat unique structure, which! should lie very much appreciated hy ' our citizens. . Suliscriptions are being taken for' 1 he building of a manse on connec-i lion with the Feesbyterlan church. mission 'house 'burned; fire rag- w. t. iienson, prop. Lethbridge, Alta. K. I*. Kllison. �'lww son .lames is in Kan I'raneisco us u missionary, received on Saturday a telograiu from his son Morric in Lay ton, which reads: "James wires Kiders . ,,. ,,. ... fire ras>! "s ' ' tt location has not reen 00- safe Imj." Naturally Mr. Hlltson, who had )*?n very anxious, was greatly relieved at 'the receipt of tho news. Mr. Jones, tho Rond Co.'s lawyer, was in Raymond on Wednesday in-jvcfitiniiting tho Mathehon defalca- i'MM upon. Barnes & Co. REAL KSTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Oftkc>-Stc*aa Flow Saalkara Block NANTON The Hotel Windsor H. E. MICBACH, Proprietor Kvery attention given the travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephone 17 Landseekers' and Handler's Headquarters rates, $1.00 per day pony, the enlargement of tho battery |^on- jj^ waK at-companlod by 'L. WANTKR. W A STl'-li - General servant .,,. -Mrs. II. T Clierry. at |.>.|mi>iiton MvthodihtK -.11 000 church. will build a has I (.' S. Vai">int",d sheriff for Oontral iltw-ria. Thr Toronto poatofllca was rom-pletcly ffiitt.^l by (iw, ami iiw varo-\i\l.ct �as sinothorfd to 'death. Wli.-ii Hi" irack i� built into Mac lea.I. 1 he Advance says 1{. station will a new C. v-be erected thero. of coko ovens and tho extoturlon of , the water and light syMetns to tho residence distrlc'.s. ( K. W. Luckhardt, who was aitpoint-ed to take tho census of Frank, preliminary to moving for incorpora^-tion, comploted his work yesterday. Not including the largo number of persons who are employed in Frank, but reside outside of tho village limits, tho enumeration elves a little over 700 population. j ' RU-a Ileatltcoto, formerly of flrit-i�h Columbia, has Ion ap|k>inted an ussistant coal mine iven ehargv) a! this district, Avhich includes, In addition to The Pass, the mines of Lundbreck. l-etbbrkltje and Twlior, and any other mines on tho Crow's Nest lino Mr. Boathcote is now visiting The Pass. M. Johnstone, the town solioitor. As to the situation, nothing was given Jor publico^ion, which seems straijge too. Tn a rccowt let'ter reosod of A. .'. Roljertson. M.P.P., and P. M. Dugigan. I. JL R. Pratt lost iiii. "stable last Saturday by fire, and with some hay and giain Tout IzziU's wagon was The cause Pest Office Box 3 TaUpbOB* Mo. 123 CHOICE I n EST READ UNS Thn work o( tho new I'reshytortan | hall is proRressIng rapidly under the I RLAIRMORK. dtrcetion d L'ontraotor Fred Wynd. eon OK^er(!,'' 1M work of organli- 4ilte _,,, h, *mnnt Coi�fort�bl�'fcrers. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IW ===========33sawnMaBMaHMMi LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE I HOTEL DALLAS j WE ARE ADVERTISED EY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ing the band and drilling the players "iM * %tf , T�*t will >s conxmcoced next week. mating room In town, Mliartf'i Liaiatai^LaaiatraMa't Fricaa 1 ;