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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta itilfctiM Mill RMkeiMorf J eh you come to the Metropolis stay at the aJacel otel a supply of '10 ton* dnily. The Sugar To. njjeirt nt'Tn'b-i>r wired Mr. Ftlisfon that they were vtiu-k for curs nl that point. and r.P.H. oillrialdoin was induced to] set ii� ponderous machinery in mot ion with the result that the railway agent at Tal>er got--wll, and the Sugar Co. got cars. The crying nee I oi the factory is help. for, a license. IWs application fs to be considered Nov. 5Jfith. Owing to the great Improvement in the place, It Is generally  exiwted the will be granted  and if >t Is, still further improvements are to i* made. The Identity of the Italian who stabbed Al Donohue ut Lille durir.g tho Italian celebration Monday* last week has been ascertained. The crime was-committal by one V: '//Ho a miner in the employ of the Wesv Canndfun Col I lories company. The' police have lieen active In the pursuit of Zoto during the week hut thus t'.tr have, obtained no cine ns to his where about*. Corporal .Vskey has obtain ed a good photograph of 'Ado and been put on. The C.P.H. have built a switch to tho elevator, and the Co. is ready for business. As tho i yield of wheat in 0*c vicinity is tiit-jsurpassed In Western Canada, the i new Company should have no dlill-; cully In carrying on a profitable j business this season., J One of the supporting pillars in I the now Hudson's Hay Store gave way, and tho upper flooring partly fell In. This may delay completion of the building a little, but doubt-1 less tho fault may be easily remedied nnd the building when finished, one of the most substantial stons turuet-itres In Southern Albcrtn. N A ETON. (From the News.) BAILY TUAIN sf.nVICN. -o- IVetweon Lethbrldgo and the Towns on tho South Line. (Magrath Pioneer.) The time has come for the peopi't of Itayniond, Stirling, Cardston nnd �tho "Garden City" to the Alberta Hallway nnd Irrigation Company to run a daily train on Up.r line. The hoards of Trade should lake the 'initial steps. They will oo bucked in what they do by the Hoard of Trade of Loth bridge and ther* [.should be no reason why tho .tier-view cannot be granted. It Is dolly becoming more and more u handicap to the interests of the towns southwest of Lethhrldge. As wo udva . e, und there Is no question as to the direction in which we are moving, wo need Iwtter service-a' dally service. The service Is fairly good right now but, we want it more i'e-Ouently-we need It every day. It will mean much to the growth nnd progress of these town to have it. Let a decided and definite plan of has nindt a great number to port cards bearing his likeness which are being sent all over the country. Cor poral Askcy-feels confident of getting his man. The condition of PonohOe who is still at the Lille hospital 's onsldernhly improved. MKIUCINK HAT. -O- (Krom the News.) Alt bough tlils Is � poor year for this sectiorv they tell us, it Is not so bod ns it might be, even if the ylcids arc not equal to last year. Any number of fields of oats are leaching closo to 100. bushels per Mere, and a great deal �>f spring wheat Is going over HO bushels. George Topper got 2.*. bnshols of !la\ j nclio� ,>0 r> milking In all $1.00 Kroi Tuber to Cardston is a distance of .i Altle ovei'MiO miles. For $15 � tin' i same dog can be shipped from New Yorkto San I'rauclsco a distance m �1.00O miles. No wonder the own.-r [said "Oog-on such railroads." ------ ------------ - j Thomas Woolford wus in to�r ^^f^^^>^^(>?^i4-*ur late. This wu.s duo tn tho fact that the hqggage car took fiiv while the train was in motion lietween Magrath and Spring Coiilov It tuny have tieen dih^ specially warm number of the I'ion-opr which was jilaoxl on board at Magrath that morn:ng. No damagn to tinggnge was done. The coa>'i> looks very well demoralized thougn. TOWN LOTS Residential Lots iu Blocks "0" niirl "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CA'l CHI'HITL Sunday Services:- l.ou- muss, S.;to a m.; high ai.i>s. 11.00; vesjH'i-s, T :I0 p. m. Doily Services:- Slass 0 MO a in. Father Van Tighent. ST. AI'OrSTIXK'S aiCHCH. (Anglican ) Huv. .f- S. Chivers, A K C. Ueci jr Hev. huvid .limes, It a . ,1UN ,M'''" ''U'lered the position CUANUROOK. (From the Herald.) A A. Mucneil, who has teen principal of the Crnnbrook schools fort he f.nst tno years has tendered his resign.nSon nn ,nDh' popular elved in Cr.\n-ating th-it of ihis place illed at He-have yet luswn M-#'regnni to the accident. V^IISUXot was a member of Key ifjr Lodge. No. 12. l.e OF. * X. A. Ohapiit of Cranbtook. an0 acres, and finoo bush-[mov" ils K�rH,s nnl' out ot els of wheat from 80 acres. nver-,,hp ,,M',',,'',R' now used asm. isolal-ages of nearly 80 bushels of oats ! ,on ',osl>i��, aid 2o buMiels of wheat. ! AM- An tlh-build- W. H. fpton is now threshing UUI inS �� Stafford formerly used as � fall wheat, which stood th dry �� T* *".7o to staff of the local, eold-weather of last spring letter i'"^' �>�ve nnd Sir.O ,, branch of Merchants Oank. has pocn ' th�" most of (he tlelds around Nan-( IO ,v|""'- " "'n" ,">l iromoted to the position of teller- \ Ion. 1'nrt of the'field is going 12 '1 .p,JJ|0n.'1*;, accountant nt Maple Creek and left ''." .lobtiston has entorei:l the average to \to that large. lleUI for aldertuanic honors and hi., Alta. Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old stand-Round Street ve nin\ n\pert to see the Imnk in the new quarters in aiwiui a inotith. A. .i. Itohertsnn. m.p.l*.. is now j tourlnji the riding to learn the news to Oros Ventre and tXorton's once �f tils constituerts In regard toroads a week. These new postollleos all and bridges, that he can bring them I* a convenience to settlers on the !> the attention of the public works AI'I'I'.Al. WAS DISMISSED -O- .liulg,. Hendergns-t's Uu'ision is held.  I------- Oros Ventre. department at Kflmontoh. Mr. ertso.i started out yestertlav. Hob- Ileginn. Oct. 22.-The appeal, re-gnrdinff the controverted elections act, against the return of Hon. .1 It. ljiinont. in Prince Albert, fin the ground thai in the organization ol (Saskatchewan the Inw was not made tests ]H>ndlng against two thirds of applicable and under which nil pu>-the members of the legislature n>' rendered null nnd void, was dism'ss-ed by the full court today. The decision was not unanimous. Chief .lust Ice Sifton. Justices New Mr, and Mrs. Nelson IVno went to i. , ... '*"""" "\ i latKls ami Harvey, were for dismissal Ijethbndge ou Friday to bury their: .... , .. , ... . ' " ''"�����"� near b>, SOI| who ,,,, ftfl0P , Scott and We.n.ore IS) (S) . fkux it:. -o- (.From the Five Press.) Fire destroyed five' butUlings :U .Uorrisscy Mines on Wisluesdny. The lire started iir Paul dansen's bake CAHMAX0 AY. -o- (From the Ciaresholm Heview.) Mrs Frank Oooderan left Thursday evening for Wnrdner, H.C., wtiere ho this shop on the stivet behind the big I WOrk in 11,0 luml>cr ���"1� 'Vindhor hotel. H-spread to Mr lansen's store in front, to a liuil.i ing o*n�l by TELEPHONE NO. 1 - FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PI0HE & MIRON to a stahh* ami to the sample room son who elicit after a building of tho big hotel' Thew I '"noss- Tho ��reavod parents haw buildings represent an aggregate cost i'he hwi,lfolt ".vmpalhy of t)w> com of S1.O00. but owing to the closing I'Tk0','" '"f T , low-n ot the Carl>onate mines their' ] . !'nR is KliU ln Progress in alue was much below that tlgure vicinlt>. the appeal. The threshermen  x- _ A SF.IHOI'S ACCIDFXT. -o- Oliiirmtli Pioneer.) F. H. Smith, formerly chief of lhe!p�',,t to ,w hol"� for cll,-i��n'�8. , rovincial co,il mine instiection W ��1 .tnd j Woolley. t|,. twelve year old xrtment of the government. Huh re- �' t''ulson wi" ^ '�'' �f �" A" Wo�,loV' wt witn u gned to take the manaaeinent ,,-1 lho,p hon* in on Satimlny.; w,n,,,s � President Mitchell who cowes from Springfield. HI., is a coinparatix'e stranger here: II? was the representative sent out to Na-nalmn during the trouble there a couple of years ago. K. W. A. O'-lv>ll and �?. A. Flett. two uaion lenders, are regWtered at tho Kitig Kdward. They came in on Wednes The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given the travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephone 17 LandBcckorg' nnd Rancher's Headquarters RAXES, $1.00 PER DAY Mr. l�Mrk�..J2J�k,B ,h" ra'SlDg �' Krai"�m,l'""l.lapan war re hull a striking exam ,. . ^ , !|de of the necessity for preparation Word ha* been received from the)ftn, lhno> so ,, k .,mV(, oflke will �V established here in the - lhe,r roofs ,,, ,,.v WWMho,,.. Tnt,hv|r. near future. - tup a{ ,,r ),(�,,.,. aud given to us our greatest me-i The individual as well as the nation should be prepared for any em-r- XF.WS FIIOM WAKVKR. _o~ day and it Is whispered their. pres-!,Fro,n {h" "*f*W� f�"respondent). 'Kem.y'. Aro vrtll |irepare0 t;Pr' to,. family left a few days afterward. i a ^ ^ w,u ^ ,,, but drove to Fort Steele Junction norlh ,,,, ot Hie C.P.l'l. station, and t, lake the train Instead of comini , ht, mrh ^t\Q h'aw u'complet-in Cranbrook. Investigation .proved wl ,lV th(> ,ow '>wr. U wjU be a that Mr. Pringle was badly Involved frftm, ,)llil. .1. ! tlorts. St�.lobn�er. This week the busi - 0r';er ftmJ Mr. T. WHKon. Hirst prtw ness was taken over by Mr. Mutt ' wo, ,v c, (;corKe, 2n. � building, placed In charge ' ^ ^ . ..? |\ov a. .laffra.v. forinerly Pr>s- FHANK. , bytefiau |>jistor at Macleod. (or a xo pixk ti:as foh tiikm. -o- (Magrath Pioneer.) Tho wife of a farmer in this dis-1 lnet hail a sister come from Chica-1 go to make a visit. One day last week the ' threshers camo and the > guest insisted oh doing tho work nl-' On Tuesday afternoon' at 9.90 j - one nnd sor.t her sister away to rest clock ono of Stlrllng:s oldest and when twenty-seven threshers filed in ' best known citfizons difni of typho!ull the si*o of a marble, tiny cups Hint looked like they were intended t.s receivables for a lead |s>ncil, prol -tily adorned menu cards and a button hole bouquet at each plate. KOOTENAY : MARBLE WORKS Slmcklctoit Simpson & . death of his (trotter,. Coleman miners union, are taking the n. Oi!hert .lahary, .a p/om'nent resi-baths at tho Sanitarium. Th� JU.>re- dent of llolton, Peel f'ounty. Ontar-tordH are making such a success in. thoSanitarium that, moiv patients The how Aiborta Pucinc.~ble\aat'd> frorrt abroad than haw over before, presents a fine appearance, as tho vlalt*d>-fiw uiace. are taking tho. outside coat of metallic sheeting was When tho tip of a dog's nose His dentil will crnato a vacancy in tho High Council of the State, ho hftvlrg been electo.1 tt member at the last Stake conference. ; cold ami moist, thut dog is not sick He was'a nat.vo of Denmark and | A feverish dry noso nuntns sickness would haw been sixty years of ago j witli a flog. And so with tho hunwn had he'lived until Xpv, 37th nest- ,llps. I>ry, cmckwl and colorless l.p* His wife and live children survtvu |mean foverlshnoss and are as wvll Hi hint. iappearing. To have beautiful p'tk #- � � : velvet-If ko lips, apply at bedtime a NELSON.B.C: I B.C. MOORE. Local A at I i  (h/ahesiiomi wati;hwohks. Ciaresholm. Oct. .coating of |)r. Shoop's Oreen Sal '.'. j It will soften and heal the skin ail-29.-Tho re-vot o ; ment. Got a free trial box at* oin on tho Ciaresholm waterworks by-j store, and lw convincod. Large nick-law was submitted yesterday and ,at capped glass Jars, 2S cents. Sold carried unanimously by a large vote.1 by J. p. niglnbotham & Co. (95.00 HFAVAHD. Lost - Hay horse, branded V9 (monogram) left hip.-J. IS. HOW -SOX, Medicine ||nt. W. T. Jennings, n prominent 0. 12. of Toronto is dead. i When You're ii i Getting Classes i Get them ri^ht. Httvo them _  tittetl as they ahottld be. Have  Z ttie lenses nuido for vol'-to ~ your uteusure. Thou you may read when you like, where you like, and as inneh ns yon like, and you'll not need to turn or twist tho book, looking for eye comfort, t Not att^ eye pain or ait aehe. No olosiiiK tif eyes for rests _ i while reudiu^. no hendaehes,  J no iueoiiventeiiee at all. To- J w day would Im> a nood time to commence to have your eyes looked after. Consultation is free, you know -any time you call.  No charge for anything but tho glasses, |W. J. Armstrong] OPTICIAN, Agent (or BELL PIANOS ft ;