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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta K ll H. L. Slephens Mad Rockendort ^ When you come to the Me-trbpohs stay at the Palace Hotel f $1.00 per day I NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken Southern Alberta Papers MACLF.Oh. Stephens^ Ifookeiidorf Propi ieloi's Alberta I KEAN'S -FOR-- High-Class Confectionery (rioin Ihi! (JnwlK!.) Mj'ssis. .John ami Ali-x. fallfc re-'i'i'i\'ig irifoi-iiiirfK '(�h'c-ni of t>t� !;ili.>iith of t'hi>ir iiioihi-r al Nairn, ; St:ot lnii;l. i'he (>ii7(X'tniiis con-' iloli'iiri's. I ISIdjor (''ani|i4x>ll has ri>ivi'i.i word UppOSlte C.H.K. UCpOt^ j^.^^,,^^ Cals-ao', will, h,^ ..U-sig- , imU'l us i*M> AHxTla Kanst'ls: The >; folliivv'ing a|>|ioi'ivtiiic-ii'is 'Imiv)> 'Immmi J: n'CDiiHtK'ij.l'i'd: A. (J. Irvim-, C'lnres-> holm, lit>ii'ticirant>; .1. Ilisk, rimir's-[ holm, .sii>s'^>ii'>-''" "^-t'-ixwi a g�amnt^ of ^ Z'anotlwr troop at t'lariwholin if hu loiiW ful'isit iIk'iii. Kvcr.vl'ii'i.r.g |>()>i'i>t.s to a suiTW.sful oaiiip for ihis wiim-�(iroii. 'I'llm fririiK>rs nnil sctlU'rs in the MillK niv ag'ai'n oriKoitiixIng for na(v>.s nivil other Rporl.s Itenver Croflk. 'I lv.t itrogrnriiiMK.- will i;e itifiilisluji.-l in a viM-y Hhiivt, i.inw. _________ I On Frii ^ hnii�;k'fl itihfl Mayor from Mr. O. I''. tjOyCI S Vi^^ilCiy *^i'a'ihnl( of two ollw>l*i for the ciw-iiion �f tt (lour nvi'll an.i elevator in Itlio town of Macl^-o.!. TWs promot-ci-s want a fixv si'teur.s and frei^ wnitflr for mllllii'g ,Mir|M>�t's aiter 1;he wnitcrworks Is installwi. a'nd a r'tghi. to Ir^ase from t.h� town fitt.y borHe poWliirn for W'lvloh the |>romotw mill ami i^levovioi to eoHi about i^2'>,U0. 'lYte caitacity I of l)Uc Hour mill lo he 125 barrels per (lay, nr�.l t'lie capaci-ty of th.; ulcvaaor -to !>� 40,(KM). .hiiMwIs. Tht ' bitihli'ng ,|>ropo.st's, 150 (e^i'-t hi^ii, iM leot. lon^ h,\ '>i>l'eot wiiilti, wflii a waiw4ioiiHe HiHR'X otj |Wii 'I'lfc-'.^rtay afti^>rnoon in the po-liou ilmrrackH, Coleman, Ji^d Ho-. INiiH, of 'that place, was 'triiMi I'efore J iiKtiroN IV'Bih ami IKshey o�i tlie chai^'e of procuring gttn^n under fails* piKitenoes. Thhc acciiMMt WON giiv�n m�ty ida.vs in t'he Mackeod Iwrracks. 'Phis ittwe, whlt^ api�.>ars to be in ttienait-iiiv of a 'Wm case, aro.se from t/hia latrt t'hoil 'in thwt canip some of 'the habit ofwhen nl�oii't to Kiuit t mf Uorffigit elenK^nt 'h'nvtt acqiiirod tih( f^eciirl'mg all oS lihe erwiit 't*wy wuUi, 'tlten drawing 'their |.'a,v and .Jumping oi*t wiU'lKiitt N^'t'll'i'ng t'heir rbills. It is 'to .r-zo hop..i;i thait the present case will have a t'Cndfm'y of discouraging .siioh |tPaoll�e Slavon-i.-ns of thi*t camp. Monday ev^tnin'g the iiwn.v friend.H (�f .'V. Mttniic-l, of ti>c Frank Hotel, fliKi w^o rc-tuiiKri from his wMtiinf^ 'trip on Hunda;V, gave iliim a f^eniiine okl-'fa.>�hi;>r who uTtoivdt'd 'the banquot giv ne.vt sixty xiayK, a'nd the OMtnag'e-nionl of 'the' nvine ihei� conAdontly pix'.'iicitN an oiitpirt of over l.OftO Tons of coial (ler iitay when the t'i|>-pl�� is compMl'f'd. Ow'iifi'g to the loite 'heavy rains the Frank niou�t�in is sluHkDg 'down cons�(kfraible ro�!k from the wite of the big siieopi'e, 'thwt el'd.'g with Mr. McC��g, of llie lX-)>artmont of 10du(vat put't/iitg on do^);. 1 di'd not think that you batd such a swell ho-tol. Jn fact, 1 dkl mrl 'think one could'lie run as your new one is run U'i'i'liout a license. 1 am learning .somifthiii'g all the I'lme." Secretary Wootf, wo will |iluce a ivliabic titan, hei� to tliie eve of her fle-pui'ture, was piesont^id wiih oin ass aiwl A pursfi contaiiwitg twenty-fivo dollars. Some tloulttful |>eoiile osk '"Will Alibert'tt grow cornff" 'l^ll'tilic donbt-fitl (>iK� to go and �ee Mrs. Ilassei^t one mile frSin 'town. 1'iiis lady, who comes from a couwiry  H�bei>e iAivy grow steady workers 'and igood rustlers, will �ihow you .Allterla grown aiHl ri|>oiHKi corn and popcorn, t>ot,b Uk! Iurg�; vai'iiety. 'llhe popcorn is jterfect. Why does not some one tiy t'lhi southern tfick, growing corn broadcast for foilik^'? if corn does not ri|H-n een HtiiH' ami iitot>e to the acre than many oilier foiWers. Tlie very firsit man I'hal trios 'this may succeed. lt� m girl and w wi;iik old to- �rAIH)H. days. �Jay. On,' of t-he hap|�te�t events of the i (Prom Our Own Cwrc-.m.omloDt.) si?.ison Un)\f. place last W�lwj�day, j ''"'1'^ w,-.'�lher we are 'gc-tliing now-a-M*y aarrt, at the home of Mr. L. t"***" to turn a .tinner into a PoiinJ, Ttopia, when their (laughter "''�'- e^'^^'V '1�.V BoKa was given In iniarr;as� to Mi". .1. r. t'hrisrt/ens^n. of that district. NAN TON. 'I'ite contPi't giwn at 'the new Onion hall last W'cek 'liy th�'intio>n men, was sfMriKi.l, oriigina'l, aiwI some |>art� oi the .'�l�ow woii? ufiiite com inLia.lolilf. '"'hxre is 'to .)t an old-time nwnnbor of the B. N. W. known. M, P., who came to Macleod In 187tS. j Sconi-s of unitjgiwlertvl do^s en-For ;�>!� past t'w:*ive ytrars he has;jo,v the fre^lum of 'IIm town .vnt. .\ lK>L>n aroifnd ludmonlcm and I'hi.s is few of our citix^ns who paid the t>he ArM 'tiliie that he han .I:o?d south tax on i'hf>ir 'animals a long tint;: of Wetask'i�'in 'durrng 'that time. Ho. S'H'o think 'that the hoixhrs of others ro(*e over the oW 'trairl inony times should woar collars f�r bi'te the �dust, hot Wei's Maclead and Calgary, w-hen; J. E. Miers, of Medicin*.- Hat, is H'>g*' Hiver was tjhe ohiy s^iitlflinent h^iv: vivih photo apparatus, prepaiv.t IxJtwetm the ,;two (jrfl'n'ts. ami very to suUin'g in �' *' � : the imdoing of the I'al.or st;alwaits. M.\(llt.ATH' Ves, tie Talor iys are doing The contrnoting parties tSre MissjW'oM. History tells im that this Bingham mni Mr. Nephi Marker. I'antons 'game of 'lacrosse origd Tht. Alberta Construouion Co..!""w"** �� t""''* iTvdians. We Lrtd , or��i�iJied *>fre by Mag�^ath 'enrt'Lv l>elieve tlmt, as four of capnialistH " w�re to toav� left heiva ehoice,'^t spri.ntcrs almost lo�t week wrth fo�r carloods of '*"'�'*�*'*' S*".* lauft , ' ot'hers wens brui.si:^ atJd inainKKl. Dr. horses, ' etc., hut the 'heavy rains have not only mads t4�e roads im- t^'^^s they'll pull �irous*.. liassible. but connu-uctioo work im-'arxl he ready to go ass oiH a library Magntith oertamiy � has Hs kicUers. ^ " ^ ^, , Wc hoaid ' one man �ay he .wotiM have so much grain 'he would what to rk) W'i'th it, hore at Tabor. The 4oys have no liniie to read; they will l>e busy praclicrng for future defea'ts. Tho dance giwn at tlw close of the w trial and servlonco.l 'to Ix) eloot-rociitwl Aug; 20, Mrs! .Ta^iws 0, Blaine, of Wasli-inu'ton, D. C, loft Vor Sioux Falls, a, P., (o oHtablisiiv a ivsklonco with divorce in view. She ami her hiis-bs'nd, w^o is tilie son of the late statesman, have not lived together for a long timo. (From 'the News.) At 4he mootiivg hekl m Fernje loAt vvi*k, the Unitod Mine Workers of Ainerlca seloeted Blairmoro as tlwir hL�ad(i,uarier8 for No. 18, which in-cliKles 'the EaNt KtK>tal per >dny. Be-siKtes ithe coal �liip|�ed from that poi'nt, Altout 19.5 tons of coke per day is made and shipped to B. O. points. Tho town litself is huUding (From t'he Chronicle.) .^'1 lite town coimcil nuectting the license by-law was an>?lided to cover 'Ulii* .sale of ice cream oiiMt soft drrnks $2.'*, ~ 'O'tid toh'acco f.5. .\ iK^aith 'b>-law passi�d. The assessed value of town property �ia 9:143,470, (lie -total value of 'town -and school is ?I74,.1JII. Kie lisH of estinvalod e.\pi>ns�s for i^^'iiiairH'te piir|>os>; Finance, $2.iiOti; Health and Belief, |!50; Fii�, Water and Ught, f�00; amount due School Uoaivl, C2,03O; IVmand Note, f2,.5iK); Current Expenses, l^iVtO; t.otal, $�*,�M)0; 't>ills receivable, $:i,6tH). ]*hoo>l�e Bingham and Nephi H'ar-ker aiv to lie married M|ty SQtfe at Mograt'h. 'l>he Board of Trade el'ectcd Bay Knitght and B. S. Young delegates to tiie Boaixl of Trade convention at EdnuMvton. A. E. Moore resi^gned the secretaryship and Frank Fair-ba'oks siiciM.'ede him. E. P. Ellison, wlio recently retHrn� ed fro�n Erimon'ton, wliera he went to assist in pi�paring 'the hill pi*o-viding for the honus on sugar production, speaks very highly of the uniform courtesy with w^ich he was tnoatcd. end ithe conscientious 'interest manifeetod any with L. H. Baker, neoemily returned (roni Winnipeg, where ithey' look an 16-mile contraot, has some iatwestiifie things to : say of railroa4 work. Prices are good, and one prominent railway oltlcial mode tha Bt�teni�nt that if their hiisiness rehstions were satisfactory the contractors could have work for the next, ten years. Which, as Mr. Brower says gives oos some idea of the railroad rxjnst-ruc-tion .in contemplation. not know tihould the pre��wt prosfiects con-1 . ^ , . was tmo of the best ol tht? s-c^.son. ttnui>. He Mso s�M the only great' trouble has lieen that when it did rain it did not know when to stop,, and so on. If we had a stop'tap to �*'lw�n the heavenw and �cjeclion. fieoce was d, claivd. l*e.�r string, perhaps he would die a py man. The birni of the pre�s. the splash of piot hoi*.! "^n* on Queen's l>ny. j This week our new newspai�r. the Scores of the fun-loving ;">��J! MamifactiireB ami H9e� High Grade Telephonet, Switchboaids, and Tdepiiones and Telephone Material For Fimwrs' Lines and Local Systems THE BELL TELEPHONE eOMPANY OF CANADA PJNCHER CREEK. (From itihe Echo.) .1. H. MacF^chera and A. R, Dem-j pster have 'been proposed lor mayor of the town. ^ :\l'n.grath Piwie?i', will make its de- "^^^ glasses of but. chapei-oned t>y the noteworthy f"*'"-* leverage in .jUick succesi=,ion, l�av;d EH4>n. onOunc Isrt." :*"' � �"�"'�� of our s|H>rt� are u, ij ... . � . I. .i, ! r|ilu�l>le pa(>er, to !wkej,in inrtu'^nce it'he. ol^cials of tlw coal-�''ostof-fice and railway station staggisriivg front of Bottglas' 'growi>ng *fc?eper and wider get h'mt enotigh ito dry ai'ier these, heavy rains. � � BT. MABY 3. Bftin fel! here on Monday night a'nd on Tuesday all 'day a heavy, wet snow fell, vt^kich soaked into the| ground, doing a 'great amottnt ol good. Tho weather since then has. been cool, gdvinig >the moisture a chance to soak into th� 'ground, and � grain of all klrnds are givatly bene-(iitted. Saturday afternoon we had a couple of light stiowers and early this mornrng >t started to rainheav-ily, and has itwen com'ing down etea-iHly all day. Mr. and Mrs. T. Lebel left on Thursday night last on a trip to Honoluli^, They expect to iie absent about two nionthe. ! The Bev. W. M. Chalmers Is leav-i4i�i the Cowley and JCountain Hill M'issrion for work -in the Cariboo Valley. He will he succeeded by the. Uev. Ciavin NomiH^n, of Cardston. Mr. W. a. Lync�t. of the Bank of Commerce, has been wreathed in smiles and receiving tlie congratu|a> tions of his (rienda for tte pact few (From Otir Own Corresporident.) Supt.: Krickson, Roadmaater Sand-strom and J - lit Smith, of the B. A B. departiii^^, C. p. R., passed through here MiM ToWort returned on Prid'%y from a pleasant visit wMh Wtiivi-ner", B. IV, friends, Lorne Tol'bert is confined to the hojise with ineasle.0. Bain continued falling at intervals during a greater portion of, the week. This and last week's drwiuh-ing of 'the country shoiiM ,be a source of satiataction to, farmers and stockmen. According to lest issue,, the settlers are to 'be siippli'Ad witli a government weli-boring and windmill appai'atus along h�ghw�^VB. As the mi�ddy Sa. Mary's water i� the general source of water supply ir.ere, and as that is a none t'oo desirable lieyerage. at this point wtoen at its clearest �t�ge, a governtnent well for the cotnfniinlty wouM bf �. weic'ime axtdition, consiidering thoit oases of typhoid 'fever are to In. aotictpitited, 'Ihis vicinHy can boaet of oaving about 20 large railroad trsstltjs within a space of six or #giH la.trs along the Crow's Nes't division of the C, P. R. otiier apiwratus and material {or tehiplione plants. The company offers for salt; ai low prices to all who may'itp4ui>#P|�'in, this atch says: "Is dancjing a sin?" This question was asked by Rev. O. F. Salton at tho Metihodist district nteeVm^. Only ona answer was vontui>ed, and it was in 'the afHrmative. The itnestioner contended, however, that It was no sin to dance.. A igood part of the session was taken up in discussing, w�th much vii'or and oittepokenness, a motion made by Rev, Salton and seconded by .1, E. C'aldwell, that the rules of tho diiirch, except those of a historical nature, .%liould ite eliminated from t'he discipline, Mr. Salton supported his motion in a speech that mo'de his atKiitors, sit up. He began his argnintont by la,Ving down the preinis 0:0/ an several nfinisters and laymen, and These arc ail w.f.i.l.-n | ,1,, motion was voted down. structures, and average i 1 ?� half mile long.,. At this poiat,!.s- St. Marj's river.is crossed i-wi v.. by ;iH railway. A NEW C. P. R. ROAD, CLARESnOLM. (From the Review.) It is expiN^ted a 'general celebration will he held her� on July let. Kev, R, K. tVck has recelvwl a unanimous invitation from his official boatKl u> remain another year. Messrs. Hiisen, Bell, Risli, Irviwi aiMl U'lllies ��i)e in Macleod Btttur-day, .They drove {roiu 'there to 8tan*sh anu v tewed the proposed Miss,, was sick with stomaoh troiib: camp for t4ie t.'^th Light Horse. Montreal, May 20.-Rufus Pojw, ex-M. p., who has just returned from the Nort'hwesit, seys the C, P. R, activity in Saskatchewan and Alberta indicates th�t jphone 47 Landseekers'and Rancher's Headquarters RAXES, $1.00 PER DAV STOMACH TROUBLES. Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly respected resiv-lent of Faisonia, FOR THE BEST SEKVICE IN LETHDSIDCE STOP AT THE erintendent,, ,�a4 Hr leaker eecrvtary, le for more than six months. Chant/-berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets . .4^.^ cured her. She says: "I can now the MBt*K�aiet|^^^ an.vthing I want, and am the the vbrld to find For sale by Mr, E W, Froet ba� l^een reflect-1 ed siiperintehdentof -the ItBthodiet j Sunday school for the coniln, year. ;;,.,^;;rw;^an in th wMh W. J. Elliott aa a�sl#ta�t sup- '^^^ medicine. 4. L. Wastta jail 'drugfisu. Samples free. I HOTEL i> ALL AS WE ARE ADVERTISED 5Y OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ;