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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ' .5',- you come to the Me-jiitropolis stay at the alacei otel NEWS OF THIS REGION nVYMOND. $1.00 per day Opposite CP. R. cpot Stephens * Bockendorf Propriet.0f3 Calgary, Alberta| (From the Chronicle.) The iloai'Kl o:� Trade is taking up Taken From  Southern AJbetta Papers 1^ KEAN'S To Arrive This Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS GRABS. Etc. THE FINEST QUALITY YAKIMA FRUIT tt-atcf since they assiiinvd the m.iii-ageiui>r.'t. Mr: Ilcivsfdrd has upplisd I'or, a license. His application Ts to \3c considered Nov. 'iatti. Owing to the great impi-o\-cnM�nt in the placu, the quostion af putting an electric it ia Kencmlly' ex|)cctod the licch.i.} light plant in this town. , iri^i Ik gnint�d-and If H is, .sitill Dr. Marietta l^ftton NewcomU has I'lirther iinpro\-euwnts are td 4)e inado. Just taken up her residence in Jbiy* The identity of the Italian who niond o�d may practice hera. Thu stabbed Al Donohuc �t Lille durir.s Indy is graduate from the Aledic^il the Italian celebratiuti Monday*' Collegu of Afljanj'. New Vorki' and lust �v(�ek has been aso*rtainod. Thi* has l>oen practicing since 1893 mum- crime was-coriunittod by one V.' ly in Xova Scotiia and the ISoiitci'n a miner in the employ of the Wo%''. provinces, although a part of hor Cana on the fit. Mary's river lo cars on the A.II. &� I. CJo. sid-injf. fi-olii which source the factory will li:�V(� a sup|�ly of 'lO top..-5 (luily. TUi'.S\rgar Co. ojgcnt at'Ta'b-cr wii-i'd Mr. Klli^Micialdoni was inducpl Its pondorous machiner.v in motion with the result that the railway iijr'^i'l �t Taiior got-veil, and the Sugar Co. got cars. The crying neej of the factory is help. who is still at. the IJIIe hospital 'S Uon.slderably jmprovear for this soctiorv' they tell us, it is not so bad as it might bo. even if the .vicids are not equal to last year. Any number of fields of oats are reaching close to lOO. bushels |H�r acre, and a great flcal of spring wlieat is going over SIO bushels. George Topper got 3.'> biishols of '.Ins per acre and Mr. Itimter gat ?0 bushels. I^'.s, w-c will concede that this is a poor j-eai*, but we know The time has come for the peoi))-! of llayniond, Stirling, Cardston tuil the "'Oarden City " lo ask the Alberta Kailwa.v niiil Irrigation Company to run a daily train on th':'ir lino. The lioard.s of Trade shoiiiJ take the (initial .stejjs. They will oi: backed in what the.v do b,v the Hoard of Trade of Lcthbridge and thera {.should be no reason why the ,�er-viee cannot be granted. It is daily ifccoming more and more a handicap to the intereftts ot the towns louth-West of Lethbridge. As we,udvacrs, T.iJO p. in. Daily Services:-Mass 6.30 a.m, Father Van Tifhem. .ST. AlJOl STIXE'S CHUnCH. (.Xng'lican.) Rev. .1- S. Chivors, A.KC, llectjr. Ilev. Paviil ,loiics, II. A., ,\.ss'�ta.it Matins at 11.00 a. m. Suwiay School al :J.00 p, in. Evensong at 7.;tO. Celebration of Holy Conunmdon:- 1st Sunday in the nvon'th, 8  '(Plain), ami 11 a. m. (Choral 3i.V der.stood. .1 cotmtries w~herc it woulil prettj' good. Ocarj{c and Rot>ert Campbell, who are farming F.,H. Sha�v's place jti.sl east of town, have 15,000 bu.shels of oats froiii 190 acres, and 200O bushels of wheal from 80 acres, aver-' ages of nearly 80 bushels of oats ard 3i'> bushels of wheat. W. H. ITpton i.^ now threshing liis fall wheat, which stood th dry cold  weather of last spring bettor than'most" of the ilekls around Xan-ton.' Part of the'fie1*H't the average to 1)0 thai Jarne. �On ' Monday" workmon comnK'n.-til ervctitig the new building I'or the 1 lie called 8 south of LtHhbridgo. Tliis is the most promising new town in Southern AUiert/u It is the centre of n largo area of fertilq agri-cull nral lantls. The topography of the coiintry on either side along the railroad makes it the moat accesible business contrn. It will control alisolutely tho tradc of a very large territory. 10t),000 acr�� of laud tributary to Warner have been sold, this summer to over 400 American farmers, a large uuniber of whom will become actual settlers. There is now* large new hotel lieing built and there are already loc^ated a Store, Livurj' Barn and Lumber Yard and aeveral residences. Now is your oppertvnity to g making ra|){d pi'o^irro.ss, aiul rtv; ila.\- p.\p,-^ct to s.'O ihe bank in ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNicor,, Genenil Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Now occupy Adams Lumber Go. Old stand-Rountl Street  Xotice' is publislied cLsawherc in:(the new quarters in al�oul n month. this issue calling for "tenders for car-lyiiig the' mails from Medicine Jlut A. .1. Itolwrt.son. M.P.P., is now loiirinn the riding to learn the no'Sis to Oros Ventre anjj_ Xorton's onc I *>'s coiistituciits in regard toroads a week. The.sa new poKtofnces uil j and bridges, that he can bring them l)c a convenience .to sett lei?! on the |t''laccd on board at s'-f this plave Dell and J. 'A. Flett, two union illed at Re- leaders,' arc rogilttcrcd at tho -King have >-et heon Edward. They come in on Wodnfts-to the accident, day ,and it is whispered their, pres -.n was a member of Key once here haR-sortie'Conniection' w:th Xo. 42, l.O.OF. Ihe-strike. They root Messrs. nurlw V. A. I'Jhaput of Cranbrook, and Sharpe immodiatci>'" after their .Miss Francis Clme, of iHncher Creek arrival today nwl accomparjied th^m ui^n- imiiKl in marriage at the lattor to their hotel, plufo ycster r. fJllu^rt .iarTary, ,a proni'i>ent wni-bathji at the Sanitarium. Tha JttJre- dent of liqlton, Peel cfounty, Ontar fordH-are making such a sucocHR-.pf in, thle�-ilt8' front abrciad than hav� ever herore. prcoeBts a Ane appearance, as ' the J^-J. H. >^AMidown, Wipnipeg; will'put ' ij^tHjeo.storoy warehouse at Call "* L }jf.MUi^.tk� naoM.'are.taking the. outMdc coat of nwtallic shoetiti^luis' evening for Wardner, B.C., where he. �-ill work in the lumber -camp this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bono went to Lethbridge ou Friday to bury their little son who died after a short illnes.s. The bereaved parents have riK? heartfelt sj-mpaiby of the community in their loss. Threshing is still in progress in this vicinity. The thresliermen i x-pect lo he home for Christmas. Mrs. C. W. Carman and son and Miss H. C. Carlson wiil leave foi* their home in Chicago on Saturday. Some of our wise men have put their ear to tho ground and heavd the rumble of Jim Hill's trains coming "through." The Carmangay Farm Co. have sold five thousand biishci.s of whoat awl their t^ms are biisy hauling it to Clnrosfai>lnv. Mr. C. W. Cariitan ha� sold two sections of his Itand to Mr. TIenr. Maraden, of Vancouver, who intends to locate hero in the spring and engage in the raising of grain and I'lne stock. Word has been Tcip\\yd from the BepartmcLt at Ottawa that a post-office will he established hero in the near future. APPV.Al. WAS DISMISSED -o- .Judge Pendeigas-l's IVvisioii is l.^Pr hold. Wegina. 0�-1. 22.-The ap|>eal. regarding the controvertefl elections act, against tlie return of Hon. .1.11-. |l4imont, in Princc> .\lljert, on the I ground that in the organisation ot Saskatchewan the law was not made tests ]x>nding against two thirds of applicable arid under which all pru-thc members of the legislatuis; ar renr the appeal. .1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON ^ A SERIOUS ACCIDENT. -o- � (Magrath Pioneer.) Vcrn Woolle.v, the twelve year old son of O. .\. Woolley. met with u serious accident a week ago Tuesday, ivsultirg in a broken arm. While driving the cows home from the mill at six o'clock his horse got ^ri'i^tened and ran away. Losing hie seat ir.' the saddle, his foot caught in the stirrup and he was dragged for several .yards, before, assistance could l)e rendered. NEWS FROM WARNER. -o- ,.;/ tFroir. the Ilefald's .Corresi>ondenl). ' � ' . '! fully combat the first cold you taie-" Ewr>thing is moving .along. nicei.M j ^ ,^ p,,,.^,, ,,,p^ IX TIME OF PEACE. In the first months of the Rus..ia-Japan war ve had a striking exam pie of the necessity for preparation and the early advantage of tho.H'? who, so to speak, 'have shingicd their roofs in dry weather." Tiio vir tiic of preparation has made histoi > and given to us our greatest mi"t The individual as well as the nation should be prepared for any em.'.r-genc.v. Arc you prepared to success. Tke Hotel Windsor H. E. MItBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Feeil Stable in connection Telephone 47 Lantlseekera'and Rancher's Headquarters RAXES, $1.00 PER DAY FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHSRIDCE STX>P AT THE 1 in our little town. Bitihlir.g would be more active if. we had not to wait for Juinbor. ,. One of our new hotel men. has returned home. Thq.othei* gentleman is with us ar.d cxpept.t, to open tho hotel about the new yenr. It is to be. complctMl this M-cek, Onp ,nf our head land nien .go.tj turned around on froi.t srtreet , and i coijldn't flpd tho rcs'taurant, thina;s had changed so much. after a two 'week'Sj.absetice. .' n : quicV'l.v when treated a.s soon as :i has been contracted and .before It i %: liecomc settled in the system. K'ham tierlain's Cough Remedy is famous for its cure of colds and it shoiiM lie kept at hand ready for instant use. For sale by all druggists. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS . WKAIH .^T STIRIJNO. . (Ra.vmond t^hronicle.) On Tue.sday afternoon at 8.30 3-clock one of Stirlirigis oldest and! bei�t kniowii' citK/ens died of typhoid fcwr complicatiMi with some uthoi Ithysieal trouble of lorg"standing. (Christian Selk yras .a man of strong quality, IndiMri^iiH. frugal and falthfiil to his 'diit'? and convictions, ' ! ' His death will create a vacancy in tho High Council of the State, he hav^itg' been elected u member at .the lavt Stake conference. lie was'a nat.ive of Denmark and .woiikl have been Hixiy .yearn of ago bod he'lived until Nov. 87th next. . Ilis wife lind ih-o children 8ur\1ve .him. NO I'INK TEAS FOR TIIE.M. (Magrath Pioneer.) The Wife of a farmer in this di.s-Irict had a sister come from Chicago lo make a visit. One day last week the ' threshers came and the guest insisted ob doing the work alone and .ser.t her sister a way to i�st. When twent.v-seven threshers fll�l in to supper that night they found a ."Sandwich tied with riblMi-j, one chicken croqiiotte, one cheese boll �hn sijto of a marble, tiny cups that looked like ihey were iiitemlod us receptahIcK for a lewd pencil, pret-tily adome. . Manufacturers of Murhlc and Grnnittf MONUMENTS Whotesnle and Retail CIvARRf^HOtM WATERWORKS. riarMiholm. Oct. 23.-The rc-voto on the Clarmholm watorworkn bylaw wan subnt'Ued yesterday uiid earrted:. uiianlmouirijr by a large vote. When the tip of a dog's nos.^ ii cold and moist, that dog is not hi.