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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta i>in all World. ThuiM � church at liwJtic. Alt�., will be inioifioiatoti an a town. n. W. AIMson, f.t-M.V. for fjimos, Qnf,, is doaxl. Iiho tnx rat� in Vani'0(iv�r hnn twn fixwl �t 2a mill*. Two w*ll digKeiii more killed by ^as (.�asl of Di^lsbury. 'I'he CtHon Bank iM ojxming * hranoh at M�pl ai� playing Imvoc with the roadv.'nyft around ifaivftou, 'the clvarK� of ljeiic�'t(Kj in ex-tvnonive Innd frauds in Oregon. 'W�e C'anadian_>ortherii i� �[mt'Hng (hret! millioofi in new ruiliog stock. It is .said I'bat either ttoe TraKfer.-i or SorxYrtttm Banl>s will open m Red Dwr. H. W. Sto�ve, aXitX* wmator of Ben-son, Uimi., awl t.��nty ortAwr t>urson�i wort; in)lictii!Kl at IVirtland, Or�., on ThoH. W.'illace, lorinerly of tendon, Bng , waM wned �t Fort Siteote, ft. C, aiM^mptrng ito foi'd St. M�jy'.rjetor of ih� Omaha Ue�, announced hl.>t0d SUat^'s senator. .V .Stat* Uiftivors'*ty studmt namml Dale waH mortally shot' �and nvany ot'hers wdiv injuivd in a (!g4>t with circu�i mploy�CA ait Coliunlvia, Mo. Bit AND OFriCK AT THE HAT. To rk� th*> HewAiUiirtfr.H for i'rovinces. Two ".\tiid ��� arc rf-all.v to hiavc the Brand Otfii-e os.taMishc'rt at Mdi*ine H��.�" Hon. W. T. Fiwiay wamaskwl hy t.*i� Mwlioin* H'ait News. "Ye.x tiiit wc had consi'[fc.'r�l>le rtjf-f:cti!!y in arra'ng'ing for t-he avtato-lishment f>f a .loi'nl offlof- with SosS-katrhl�i' Lo^'inlaituiv in that Provincf, however, evt-nlually took our view of i't ar.'d o'g'*>'!onoftt Co the Hat in more ways 'iJvan one," 'he re-l>lihiinson. BOARlD OF KDirCATION. Th.-sirman-J. H. Fle^'twood. .''ecivtar.v-C B. Bowman. Tiusiees-Dr. Gnlbrnith. O. B. Johnston, R. Nimmotis, V. W. Atk yonr ticket agi^t fev! twleti via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To-- Milwaukee. Chieafo, %%i All Pointt Cast and Sowtli Convenient trains, Pullinah sleep-en, Free reclining chair oira, Pining cars. . , For full infonnatioh address H ..I. Bergemanii, travelling agent, 'ill Robert st., St. Paul Minn.; or Jas. C, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. position infinitely less 8C'.:ure wl on the House i� next cii iinio v^i t-tt ire dispO'tch ot business. Mr. ;h.irie.s Wilson axtd Mr. A. H. t!. A.'a yi;.viin, Iwl'h memlx'rs for Vi i,: . . i.ty, being no longer usUiirl, in li.iir own opinion, in support,'g I'^o '/^ v ' ernmiont. SAD DE.VTH AT LITTLE llW. Wilfrifl Burns, a Soiiler From Min tH'Sota, Viiitim of i'neumoitia. A sad deavto oeeuri>ed �i the Little Bow law week. Wilfrrd Burns, who W. O. Conrad, t*� Imnkcr' andjl>�d t.akfl'n up J��d m that district stockman, of Oro*t Falls, Mont., a|la�t y�*r, but ibod only >lj>o3n settled Democrat, wHl try to secure election ['''^'�e w>ih his fan>ily a montih or so, as l/nitod successor. S'tix>scnt inoiiH'nt is sorely felt .by tJie wife amd family. a young son is j old enougto to U�k after ttoe farm BOARD OF TRADE. President-C. F. P. Conylieare. Vice-Prcsinriian, M. Barfoi�l, M. Young. CJOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. Dominion Lands-.r. W. Martin. ImAi'igration-A. E. Humphries and Chas. Mair. Registrar of Vital S>tatistiC8-C. B. Bowman. Po.-itmaster-.7. 1). Higinbotiham. Collector of Customs-.). Kennyr CHURCHES. Anglican-Rev. J. S. Chivers, rector; Rev. David .lonea. Roman Catholic-Rev. F�ther Van and I TigltBm-. Pre�t)yterian-Rev. A. Methodist-Rev. ,1. E. Hughsun. Baptist-Rev. Ohas. Salvation Army-Oapt. Flaws. B.VNKS. Bank ol Montreal-R. K. �� wuli ivnmim to tihis Manager. T. p. o. Bu.�. -ont. P'a- near was Droughit liome in a dazed condi-tiion by a strangtsr and dred bortly i after. He *iad appaienoly been drug-1 . ^ MAN FACED COLT, ged. There is no clue sod crimiJial. i Lo,.�don, (mt.. May Iv.-A man- O. K. Bank ol Commerce-C. Xourae, Manager. Union Bank-O. U. McMicking. Manager. RAILWAYS. Le>thbridge is on the Crow's Nest line of the C. p. R., and is about to .o^o.^ I.Lr was s.�pen.Md Irom!'J-* - � t.. t^m of ^ 7d^i^^l T^^ the Oh.cago BcKatvl o '��'**J^r"�ier. Tuesday ni�M.. The colt is nor-of a charg� m�^ by . tracer that ^ .,T,, a bill for �8,000 1. Kail-way, running south to Great Falls, Montana. .1. J. Hill's 'Ikw transcontinental road is almost sure to strik� tihis point. Roads are also projjeuted aortfi to Calgary and Leth- >.i?ars ago remains unpaid. ;protrusion like a .nose. Tliien come.s.bridge in a very few years, is likely Oorbley lanks. aged flO, of BilM'ngs, ihe moutih, much ft^iHiher up on t/he * ^"K railroad centre. FARMINU. I.sent- fo^i o, cows milk. I'd, and irnm�rdia(toly went to i MVmciSh: HAT BEXKFITS Davikl c�llai>l, 56 .v�ars oM. hasi ____ .�iuec*ssfully cwnpleted � wulk of 886 Ulditions to the c. p. R. Round-miles wtliln oigii'ty-iour hours, walk-' house'lihere. f-First eo�fc Court House, on Baroaess Road. of f TOWN LOTS' __*> Residential Lots in Blocks I "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance.' Morris & Hend-ricKs Transfer CONTRACTING DRAYING COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany orders all coal Office-First door south of Sal vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 �acb day for twelv^ davs. "Tlte walk was done owr tlie road (.�tween Bury St. liidmunds ami Newmarket, Etigtlanbrati'ons 'tHh the disap|K>arance of � sti-ong bo� containing $1,500. He la.vs thetiheft upon a former emplo.vee of the compaay, w>ho disaprw�>'d at th* estne time the box did. Pieri^':i c^taraoier is good, and trhe auhhopjties �,r� rncUn-cd to believe his story. St�|>hun Sylvester, an ecoaniric character, shot and killed Ms l>rotntU>ni�n's seventieth ��irtihday amd his .tiiirty .years' ref>-i�wnt�ition ot,ic�l denri-o�.r on the occasion of her jubilee. Many lieople Htood outside tlte 'theatre lor hours In order 'to gn'in �n, one lady arriving inctecvl 8 in the iivorning, while huncii�ds were turn (Medicine Hat News.) AlthuMgh several tr�iit civ vs sie about to be moved fro.ii M's climate is very much like Colorado. We only have winter for a day or so, and t'he i>est of the time 'the sun shines and the air is coiunms S.^.M^^^^"^^ which the C. p. R. is this week call-ijs no ftnor climate in 'all l>anada. Hat. .^n idea of 'I'his inci�ase may be gaiiiod from a relerenoB to 'the ad CONVI-NlESiCES. Waterworks sysien*, electric light, 'sewerage system, telephone system. expijOsion at cobalt. ing for tetKleis for the election of an a-ttdition 'to th� local roundhouse to contain s'ix e.\ii�a stalls. When the new roundhouse was er-ectod last .year at a cos't of $8t�,-000, its pro|K>rt'ionN wei-e considered! ample to meet the i>ei|UinementN of Ont-ario's Silver Ci'ty Scone of Wild the Company dor many .yijars, and the Excitement, clti/ens were moi>e than jileascd b.v -- an expenditure of this kind, coijsti-i Cobalt, Ont., May 10-Cfvl)alt, the tutiing as it 'Citd, a most subsiail/ii'al ilvor city oi On-tario, ex|jfrieiK'es not a little to the more or loss in.juiwl by flying .de-prosperi'ly o�' Me�licine Hat, t'ris. but in no are t'hc injuries a of a serious nature. ' The explosion was caused by a for- _ es-t fiiv; lighting a buikling in which Forty tons e excitomv^t prevailed lor some time, fillf-fl. 'birt' nuict was ivstored as soon as the I, |e.\r� coirtwining a purse, with �">�iom|'l"i'"l> ' .. . . I know of several ot'litT ias�>N aroUDir his money .and pa|K>rs, at the foot' j;""^*^,;;^^,^^ as ,H*,,>>Je. cu.-�t by of the ibfiith. The next day, -wlwn. K^,nKt Lin'iuii'ni. and I can truly he w.-wvtod to �et some money, hii .sav I never bandied a modicino found that every cent had .l�en tak- w'l.i-h iKis bad a� ,�'^",'^^,*,ni* �'' c'ivon ."iirh univei-sal su'tistuotiion. en, including san� small �Mver that S'*'" HIHEKT, was looM? in his pockets'. The tbicf' (rimeral Merchant. hwi put the purse, wilh i4ie papockot. A si>arch wax CHOICE ANDIE8 AKES B EST READ UNS ity Bakery Reid CD� Co. (V.nirol of C(mgi-e8�lloTi�lism in m�di., but no trace ol the momy , ^ .rt- couli be found CaKair was straf>|NVl until he was alile to bor-I row some mone.v at Maple Civck lit the option of a nnw constitittiiofa for tlic ! Coiv^iKirni ional Home Mission So- oay expenses tihe remaiinder of thei . ^, ., . - ed from the d.K.r. The pl..y chosen,^ ^ ^^^.y exp-ms- for the mght was the VMerry Wives,.J of Windsor," and never h�H such a rcmnrkabl..^ scene heen' wMnessed at n tboailre in BA^lmu^ Ith oach sriiA'te society in .the organiMiition. The stxieLuaVing board of control. Edea Rett Poultry F imt Lethbridge, . Alta. POULTRY anTFRESH EGGS for sale. Delivery in town three times a week, Settings of Barred. White and Buff Plyinontb Rocks. White Leghorns, White Wyan-dottes and Buff Orpingtons, $IM per 15. Duck Eggs, $1.00 for a setting of 9. iUad tiw H�rsJd Ads, �Mmt- ;