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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta f H. L. Stephens Malt RoclieiHlort |^ When you come to the Metropolis stay at the/ Palace! Hotel $1.00 per day | Opposite CP, R. Depot I StephcMis A Itockendorf S Proiiriel.ofs J Calgary, Alberta! NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers CriANttROOK. (rioin Mk' H. Ctiriiis ns iitana^r ol th Glazing Graining W.M.BARUCK X *  ' Painter and I Decorator I Carriage Painting a specialty I Kalsomining Paperlianging A AAA.^ A A A A. A A A A A A A AAA A. FORJALE. Oiie of tlio lM!9t hotels on the Ciilgary and Edmonton railroad. Everything new and np-to-date. This hotel is doing a first class business. One of the best livory luirns in Alberta. 411 head of drivers and siiddlc horses. Rigs .ind harness. rob(� and lap rugs, everything complete. First class ranch and farm lands, iinprovt^l and uniiapi'oved. We hav�!.a choice lot of dwellings and residential lota to choose from. Koanling house, a good reason for selling. This is a snap. One registered (.ieyeland bay stallion. Price right. Good Btoci: horse. Help, male or female, dining room girls*, chambermaids and housekeepers secunxl. For further particulars apply to Ellis it Mcl^ean, Wtta^silfawin. Alt*. CHURCH OIKEaORY. miUs. GATtlOUfJ CIlURCH. Sunday Serviccs:-l.i>w nukss. �. ib.; hlgb tl.OO.; vespersi, 7.30 |>. lu. Daily Services:- Mas* f .30 a. ui. Fattier Van Tighem. ST. AUaiJSTINE'Sl CHURCH. (Anglieaa ) Rev. J. S. Cliivers, A. K. C, Rector. Rev. David Joiiett, 11 A.. AaalstMit. Sundays:- MaUn-s at ll.OU a. in. Sunday Scliool at 3.00 p. m. evensong at 7.3U p. di. Celebration oi Holy Conimunioa:- 1st Sunday in itto lUdDth, 8 a. ni. (Plaitt). aiul 11 a.m. (Choral). Srd Sunday after MatUs. Oliier'Sua- daya at 8.^0 a.m. Daily Matins and Eiiksottg �( ISO a. m. and 7.30 p. oi ST. MARY'S MISSION. (Nu. 9.^ Sunday School at 3.00 p. u. E^vensong at 4.30 p. m. (Fioin bh� Chronicle. Mr. mill Mis. Soiithiird uni\ Mi.'�s O'lCaga*! AVRt'o visiting' on Fninlay last with Dr. nnil Mih. Uivt-rs. Vhc town i: oil noil niot MoiKtny. evening. Mnyor (iiMXMi pivs'ldinif. Thh of tt.H north o{ ihti camvl, wan tiit tih*' Ii'i'lg>nl'iti! would hoM iiaoU ot)l'igin.tod to- |�ay the town $3,000,' i.>l>oukt e u'Ti from tlio Njtrinf>:. It wan 3 'IIk> �necessary pu)Jiei'H. .Alter .some discii�Kion a -ile-cision wos i>e~aehod to make no discount on t'axes tihi� y�or. Some un-Tinishcid business \\^a� (iispnitoherl, when an .idjournnii.>nt wan taken until tl>e nt'.xt regular metvtitig. The [,i.!�ral Association iheld a iiK^ptiUR ijn Coojier's Mtore on t^ha Sl'h i'nst., aiKl eleotod th'e ofliccrs; Dr. It'ivers, l'rv3siulTc� sec.-tiwns. The report for tlie last year showed a cpfflit balance of So^.'iO. Mossrs. .1. R. Allen. S. Hoi wig awl A. F. Mc-Dufi'o W'tie appoinbt��l to make ar' rangem*;ni H for a picnic. Dr. Hi vers iirgiicl all eli�>ii>1e .to naturalize. Mr. anfl Mrs. Milton Scotit, who were manned in Sal't Lake City, April ll'th, �eiv� givon a iwept'ion at the home of'the brids's parents iii Mountain \'iew about ftfty, jieople pai'tieiiiating in 'tihe V'es'tivRies. The presents ueiv nuin'?roiis and useful. .V oting house, music, .toasts and dnncMig being the (Hstingui^hiing loaf UK's. Mij't is taking on flesh as tlw; result of his luxurious living. I'i'l>an YoiinK -tons succoodod Ed. Corless as ioivman of the I>-K ranch. Mr. Corless 'has 'gone into i'hi! north country in 'his o-wu entitle interests. The .Sugar Co. is fowling 600 hea.l of cattle nt the factory on pulp for Jieef. Thd at ttoHevue 'b,v Mis. UihM. Work on tihe Lettil>rrdMe Brewing ComjMin.v's Ituildi'ng ru.sht'd along. new dt-'put wiH *J� o|wn�l oh the 21st, after which tht; work wHI be ruirfied to comiiletion. The (Jatholic, chureh have bougttt the corner lot t�n MclMierson Ave., if the fnriiK.'r is wise, Ik; will coin-infi'nce. now a war of ut few here will ImMM a fine idivilltn^ for the r�-(li'diug priefftM on ithis lot, during the coiniiiig-summer. W.-y have not yet deci-ctcvl whc� I'he new Aiuroh will Ixs erected, but fliowl protyalviy it will Ixf next year. (MACmOD I WMGONS - AND CI.ARIiiSllOLM. (From the ItcvieW.) W. A. Flack has re.slgn-ed. tbu wcont't i-oll wveals 'tlui fact fhat t-he town ol' Ciai�s-hoim 'has tncreamKl over 2O0 per cent, duiir.ig cihe im-st year, an'd the indications are livat t.'>nee of whiol^ our town counc (From tl� (.Ja�ett/e.i) J. P. MaioeHus, M. L. A., from! here is tieing pj^j^^ Ci-eek, was in town on his way 'home from l'jrlmonto�i. . To a lepreiteatative ol ithe tSazobte. he explained his action for voting agarintit Calgary ftir .the capital, 4>y sa.ving that in b's op.nion hjUnuHi'ton is in i every way a be^-ter place 'than Cal-g�ry ^oi- the capital: although he would havtj votofl for Maeter-d or Fincher Creek or any other place in the MUth other th'an Calgary. Wh'il.Ht Cowit�ph'les Ciocdrich and :Wae fordl'ng the Kootwnay River May 11th wiith a four-horse te�m and a lig'lvt trans- il iKis in exces� o pearance' ol Conotai-iles Ooodrich and ' ------ Shol-tlly afterwards they NANTO.V. WKSLEY METHODI15T CHURCH. Rev. J. O. Hughwrn, Hastuc. Sunday aervice,) at 11.00 �. tu. tai 7.30 p. ni. Sunday School ani Mble Class at 3.00 p. m.-Frayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 p. ni. fc^pwoitft League, Pr'ilays, at 1.00 p. hi. KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) JUf. A. M. (lordon, Minister. Sunday Set vices at J 1.00 a. nt. aad 7.30 p. ni. Sunday School at 8.W p. m. Prayer Meeting; enV Wedaeaday eveniag at 8.00 b'cImIc. ~ BAPTIST T.4BtRNACLET Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. god 7.30 p. ni. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Prayef meeting Wednnadajr oveBlng at 8.00 o'clock. SewlBg Circle Wadanday gItecnooM at I.M o'clock. ififidoMry ineetlitg*. 4�t a*d Jtd VilfUfi io monk. (From' the Mews.) Klves tiros. have bought A. N. Siinson's stoiv at Ca.vle.v. t^ese gentlemen are 'brotJicrs of K. H Elves, until ifctnlly engagietl in business in Nantoii, iliut now nn agriculturist Ijeyond LiMv Bow. Mr. �tin-son has removed to Okotok�, which town will And 'him a valuable acqu-.isit:ion, aitd the 'Ix^iter ttiey know him tl�o bet't4.'r itihey w'itl like eon ongag�xi in inerca'n't il� 'business all their liws. An ag'itnt'ion Is iimlcr wa.v to |ic-�tition tlve 'government at Ottawa to oiK-n itJie� we.hese tonds, and only half use ack to t;he conuniinity, Wheiv, on 'the other hu'nd, if tihoy woiw properly iiti'iizexl, tbe.v would caums a greater demand for all kiiuls of sup plicfn, and at the raino time help to op>?n a liottier market here for all the strttlers mn.v raitwr'and havo to sell. This is a matter that the fkcople of \anlon canmut olVoivl 'to overlook, and it shijiuki receive iiiunediato at-Itention. ULAIHMOIti::. (From t'lkuTimes.) A lirass bond has t>een organitped at BeUevue, witn Tue.s'ilay evening tiho Oddfellows pearance Wwtson. Shoinily afterwards lemargvd and were none the worse, except for  good wettiing. The transiioK Hoatod down the stream about la mile, and when found w^a-i o( Leavin^ts and vicinity enjoyod a good time by inklucling a new lodge Liaity'No. w'itU a* charter memtiers. ltot>t MolTat't has been appoint- Our friend, Thomas Higigins, is slated for ;the Cusiiom's House. Tom will make an . ^lone^t collector, if noticing' elw, and no one wilt question the advisaiiiili'ty of making hone'sty: the; Arwt comiideraitiom in the aeleciion oo Dominion Government ccn- g^^^^ h�i� been organiz�l. The siis enuiiKUXitor 'for the 'town and district of Claivsholin. IHie council 'has passed a by-law imposing a tax of 9123 on ibotal iiquor liconsos, .aiKl f 73 on wholc-lule licenses. trus'tees cK ithe new school district are ju�t he^ffi'miing tihe eiu9e adjoining the Sitont on trail.  MIODIOlNt: HAT. FRANK. (From the Paper.) The Socialists arc planning to make a CAmp�.ig� through the P'ass siimnicr. J. U. Bawthorntih- (From the News.') Mr. Carl Ik'ny has itexm appointed j^^)^^^ stock iiiy,>ector at Irvine and Wal.*.' ^^.i^e, 8oci�Ji�t Wmlier oi �he Brit-nOltX. ish Columbi* ijegiislature, will vimt lU.VNINCI-At Medioi'ne Hat, on the various 'towns oi The Pass dur-Mo^Mla.v, 'tilte 14th inst., to Mr. and ihg July on � speaking tour design-Mrs, A. F. Ilimting', a sou. i ed iw> a prosel.vting campaign, and MARllllUD. '*"^r o�her sp��iii>rs will come, DllfNNAN-DAVID.SON--Vt 9t. Bar-wnong 'whoin,, H is expecas Ohurcii, Mcng preventt'.! a' runawa.v horse from 'doing tlamage and smashing things by rushing out and crowding the ani'nia'l agiainst. t'ho fence, where 'the f^octor succeeflod i'li securing the fi-antic Ijoast, and returning sanie to owner. Milton Scott, t'ho latsly returnetl j benwlict, gave a 'dance to his many frionds Fi'ida.v night. Most of the bo.^-* and girls were thN^iv, an.i did honor to iifie occa'.sion �by treaorge Dickson, of the I Coal Company, vifcitcd Lethbwdgj I during the wtvk to attend'the exam-Frank iiKi.tjons hold t'hfre. by TABOR. (From the Fivbc Press.) C Fernau, manager of the ziTi>v�inolier, has baen replaced Mr. .lones. The latter is one ol the: best authorities "in" America on /.inc| ore.s. and bis a>i>|h>itttntent ought lol- � � give general satislaei.ion. Recently! (From our Own Correspondent.) he huKl lieen works in�na^r for thej. 'l'e Tabor people have cause tor re-company. 'I'he smelter will ootn-: joining on account ol 'the prolonged iiKmc4; roasting ores in a few days.; rain which has just fallen, soaking Winfn in ofwration it will employ 273 the ground to a ideiith of 14 inches, and stopping tlK> coal 'haulers from transferring coal to t>he cars. A lake men. The annual iw^ting of the Perni^i Club was held on Friday evening, �' "� "on* �' wlKi. several matters of importanw Oouglas and fkiuglas' store. Sweal were taken up. Th* oiler of the Ro-:"'��^'� �o�eis, wl.h their yellow eyes man Catholic church of �l,800 *or |�?|�inir from the graaa on every tlve two coraor lots was accepted, ^'f'"- ^� "inging their 'l%j meeting also �leeided to buy the club property from Messrs S. Heii-h-^ Some people haw one habit, and mer and .1. S. T. Alexander at the some another. Our lowiwiieople seem price of 92,iton. The eleotion erf of- to have the poMtofi)(.� ibabit, and ficors resulted in i'he reMeleotioYi otG. they can't 'gat rid of it, try as they a. S. Umltiay, K.C., lor pivsideni; wiil. is there a cure tor such things? W. R. Ross, M. P. P., for vnoe-presi-.'Tia true, the poslofltce'i� atill here nt, nnd^l. I"". .Fohnson, sec.-treas. and jiwi as small as ever. It Is not Ithe club has a meinlHtrship roll of'always bi>st to be big land high. That seventy. ] whll'h is low cannot faU. IMie poet. Saturday was the Coal Co. pay. .foaquin Miller, says: "The sweetest day fw the work done in April, flowers 1 have found, grow rather Tihe following' is the pay for ��ch "'ose unto t.hc ground, and highest colHery: i places are mo.�ji bare." Now, a Httle Co.ii Ciwk....................9 81,110.45 poiftflltice well filled and a polished Michel..................... ,.. 50,476.10 populace well drilled is not bad. Carbonado................. 1,047.00, t^tt Sunday an inteivsting metugh some ol the low Bunt*, Assa., son of A. Bar.i.'S hoys happen in once and awlille you Ktiij., F;a�t l^ge, Hondmrn, Sussex~T'now-well, just rt has >l.con given ont by the t!. P. II., with regard to Crop � conditions, on the �v>stern division, for the wtek enrling Ma.v 15. It does not take any account of the heavy rains of last wnjok. Okotoks-Seeding completed; no froMi and no xiankage; raining heavily on Monday, which will ilo tivnK�nd-ous good to crop. High River-Sooding rmishod; all spring crops doing' well; fall wheat good; �heavy i'ain Monday; prospects good. Nnreton-Spring e completed next week; prospects good. Sitavel.v-All grain looking good; all .seeding completed, excepting flax; rain yesterda.v will greatly bencut crop. Cianesholm-Seeding aintost comic. ..-I. except llax; spri>ng grain looks vierywell; rait�ed il*eavily on Monda.v, which will do a 'great deal towards the growth of 'I'he crop, es|>ecially the whe.i^t. Leavings-Fill wheal leiiig i; prospeets for a good (prowth aie mueh iinproV'Ocl. Macleud-Aliout .(>.'� |ter cent, of the �-faeat awl oats swxted' very tieavy rain .yesterday, which was badly nowled, and will tend >to groatily im-pmvc 'the growth of the crops. Pinrtier-Heavy rain yosteivta.v and pros|>ect'S excellent for large crop. Cowle.v-Heavy rain yesterday; prosrNM>ts good. The Lethbridge Hotel Eslabliahcd 16S5 W. Henderson, Proprietor The largest and best equipped hotel in Southern Alberta HEADQUARTERS FOR COMMERCIAL MEN 4 ,S- WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE BALMORAL HOTEL Neat rooms, fine dining roonn^ and best of goods at the bar W. HENDERSON, PROPRIETOR Telephones and Telephone Material For Farmers'Unci and Local Systems NOW THERE IS LAW AND ORDER. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA Mannfant'nres and uses High Grade TuIephoneB, Switchboertls', and other apparatus and material for telephone plants. The company offers for sale at low prices to all who may reriuire them, this quality of Telephones, Telephone Equipment and Apparatus Applications or correspondence is solicited from those who wish to purchase such supplies. The Bell Telephone Company constructs and operates farmers' lines in connection with its local exchanges on a rental basis, at reasonable rat�s. Or the Company will give connection with its local exchanges and long distance lines to rural lines oontructed by the farmers themselves, on reasonable terms. . Wheii required the company wiU give. . expert and other asBista*u� in t^e; building of such lines. With Bel Telephone Company instrnmehts aiid supervision of constmction, good service is assured. Particulars on application to F. C. Paterson, Manager North VVest Department, Winnipeg, Manitoba. THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY OF CANADA ar- mng. Rev. .1. R. S��eai-er i�i ��eard each Mr. .1. R. Lawry and Ivia hrinle _ rivod in Fernie Inst eveninir. 3hey Saibhath at .t��e I'nesbyterian i^huich, will take up tlteir residence in the ��>Mng � vast �deal ol house iwently occupied i�y C. W. �*>�*' Th� sinking thei*. too, i� �|>-Sheppard, 'liUfng. Word wuH r.^ct�iv�'d �here over ttko A Jerry-boat nystem will aoon b.� wire l� Mushop Strii>gfer, who siiccoedod Bif>hop Bonipas in mission work in the far north, i�avi�itor in Winnipeg this week en route to the Mackenzie Riv��r. where he has minister-cd to tihe Indiana since 1892. Spcak-iiig o( one piiane of his work in the; tar north, he highly compliments the Mountod roliee in 'this language: '�I'"orme:*ly the country was ovi)r-run by Americans. Now 't'his is alii ehai>g'od, and ti�e m-w-coiiiers to the' north afe Oanadinn l>orn. Pei'hnp.s it is't-hat tilKi Anierii-ans ore .liccoui-ing Conadiani/jerl; biH travelling Ihroutsh the country i�ow-a-days bhe ?aet is Ixii-ne in mind that the Canadians ni'e �gireu'tly in I'lte majority; we are 'golitiitg nioix^ particular," !iai'h ftnds Ivis row a hard one: to hoe. and thi.s in a great moasurc^j is owing 'to >t>he excellent mn�yage-nif-iit of 'the mem>bers of the R. N. W. M. l'., whtMiu work 'in the wild sections of t'lie nonthiand canno't Iw over-cKtimatcd. It is'nt 'the nuiikhers ot them, nor is it the force of itoair airtfhority; it iH a sulvtle Hontothi'ng u'4iich enters 'the >ni>ind of .t>he wrong->doer whtwver he nut'tei tiho o.v� of I'he man weai'ing tsprit de corps of the foi'c-e; The nioitntod po-,'ice, it nMi,v lite asserted, ha\e lean t�w safety aixl pritle of- the v!u lo north country." eHbToToToIoIoToIoTOTolOTOTOl^^^ o TELEPHONE NO. I -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON To'o'oToTo:oTo:o:o:o:o:o:o:n:o;o:o:f):n;o:( DrSirrrrS)rr(ii(3)(SSI The Hotel Windsor H. E. MOUACH. Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Feed Stable in connection Teleplipne 47 Landset'kers' and Rancher's Headquarters RAXEIS, $1.00 PER DAY A start waa ni��de tlint of Faisonia, VlisH., wan nick with stoinaoh troiib- the C, p. U. iiiiprnvemenla at llie de- It is dimcuit 'to tell how many le for more than six months. Ohain-liot. Mr. .1. 'JVXor, wiMivc 4ioen tesuod tor P'n"'* 'Jn�t the'town. They ob- "''W''*^"- 8B�>>l�le� 7i*e. the piii'ting in ot'� track to tivitt att* serve the SabbaLh il| b� mov. at it again on Mom�a.v. ed for this fiurpose, Tfaia will be lil' The pemt known � the prairie dog Mora ThtuiKiay. Tradtrs for tbs is owkteg his appettraao* ter�, The skins of sonr�e 51 wolves have been brought into Miami, Man., and and the bounty claitnuid this spring. rOK^tHE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS K , 4 WE ARE ADVERTISED PY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ;