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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta H.LSteplwiiii Mitt Rwkciriorf | When you come to the Me tropoliB stay at the A Palace Hotel?'! $1.00 per day I NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Albetta Papers PEACE RIVER PREMIER TALKS jl.OlS OF WIIKAT 11A1SKI,MN lAit DISCC'HSKS AMSIOHTA QlilOSI- ' -----............'----- I IONS WITH A Uin'OTlTrOW. _  NOnni TIMS VKAll, IHikKmi IJji.v TellH of u al Calti.; i'lipnlis WV>)I of t.ho Imliistry oi i nf Mormon PnopUv NAETON. j I'>lii)orton nulletin: Thos. Knllv, i 'Proinimnil Mluccit'.oiii.s'ls in Alb.m-f'Tvnders ior Outs and Potatoos" Yy I miurtor of thci Hinlsoii-� lUiy f^Lwc�n Fort ; to how th� arklitioiial #100.000 MfMurray on thi! Athaliasca and year iroin tht- IV>e ized by the Rev. A. \V, It Whitciman a�, who have lIa there was remarkably little opiK).r of s-tuderi'vs in Alfcorta ! J sons of Dr. West, Mounted Polmo warrants it. i V Very pivt't weddin to ' surgnon ot Lesser Slave LaUe f):s  . "A Provincial Normal School has uc-i Ji.r Tiie om 'm^\., i. � j ^ '^'"'"'^ , trlet who will also attemi school ui Ixen fstartod at Calgary, awl aline ; in honor of M. S. McCarty, M.P., I '""'"'""^ "'-.the city, and Rev. A. .S. Hliit., ;ui:t b.iilding is boiiig el^xted to cost. ! of Calgary, and A..I. Jtolicrt.son, M. '^in ,�' i''"* yc�l>^'-cl�y nti thi-ir '.Ith ef,uipriient, about .SLjO.OOO. , Mr. Wordon of Br.ant racvntly ^o)d k r� f'' ' ter. f>PI:A'IN(i IP TlIK COUNTKV. ' a half section ofiland to a ncv |,."� ' "'^'f' of Med.cine j nr. rterost. who wonl to P^no,, The con.st ruction of raiUva.vs is . tier at �10 per acre. He reta, n^-d | * , , *''**^""� ""'"'"^^^^^ a pace." he coMtimied, . his homostcid. '�.-rs J Fort Oraham for the winter to .-ic, �'The branches of tha CP.It. ruimiii^r tieorgo Hess had 7S aci-es of fi,!] >� "f^'' "ccupicd the position ol as surgeon for the Mount. . ,|,.,.,cj,nonl. cutting trail, cam;- is and tiie branches west and 28 bushels, tha total yield Ix^in- 3.- ' , " ^""�f�TLer acre and 'hA I '"?T?' ""^^Jmrses at Port C.ood Ho,>e to so ..v- the Provinces." � ""'"""t*^ Jocomotive f,ro.,r the mountains with and no (o-u^i "Mow do the paopk- loel towards your lartlicst room By installing a combination hot irater and hot air heater. By this means you secure a quick wami'th when the fire is started, combined with ample ventilation, while the hot water radiators in more distant apartments end at outside walls assure a naiforni.:: heat throughout the house.: BUCK'S "LEADER" Combination Healer Is adapted perfectly to the Tarying seasons of this country. The smallest fire can be perfectly maintained in the spring and fall months, giving the needed warmth by hot air, while in winter weather all the advantages . of hot water hMtiag are automatically secured. Besides, it bums less coal than any other heater, and that soon saves its whole cost. Write for our heater catalogue.1 It tails a lot of things about heat- . .. . ^ ing that .are worth knowmg. c�niiiuaii.>n utiier Ta�WM. BUCK STOVE CO.. Li�lt�ii araMlara. MMtrcal Wtaalpa* ------^POR SALE BY- ^ G. L. Vroom UthkrMic - AlWrl* expecting 15 bushels was even doubtful of that. -0- PJOio:cxo:Qia:aor;:a|M!r.) ,man at this i.oint and has assumed,,hcr side with which to pet ' "'�?' his duties. ----- o.....-i... ; 'Th.-y are nune favorable jupthe Finlav River. Superintcnv-l.Tt i �H-'.v are riuHe favorai.ie to his The first mn..'tingot the f^i-JinbrooK ponsl^nli,,^ al.so unable to g.-t - K'-'^ ^J'" \ of nooeach. has been or^ani^^d i, '''Y^'^^--'^'''* ilent this year. About ten thousand -V"'""''- , P>- ^ I TOWN LOTS KeBidentiui Lots in Blocks "C" und "F," Apply to H. MACBRTH Real Estate and Insurance. ^---� � ^ CHURCH OIREaORY. bcrta mines. The otUccrs follow: Pivsidant, Andrew Laidlaw, Spokane vice i>rasidcnt, J. C. Kjllcr, Almira, Wa.sh; general manager, F. E. I'. Mc-Main, Skokaiio. The company will handle the product of the Coleman Mine at Coleman, Alberta, owned by the Ir.teimtional Coal & Coke C�., in which many Spokane people are interested, and also the coal of ih� AllHritt Coal Company recently pur ! ten thouwand at F.irt Varmillion. "'^'^ the class oi sattlers who ! had been conving in this year. Thej Had been chieii\ from the Eastern president and assistant mad.cal oi-:^vhe.tt is .illion the crop was unusually ha.ivy � �Settlers from the li^stem J'rovin- and tha ca-sh price was �\.r>0 a^''" a'^ny'^ >�''�'-tily welcomed," AllH-na Coal Company recently pur-I ru.asday evenmg last Knox ^, excellent one iProminefit place in the i.ow I-rov-ince j chased by Messrs. Fium..riel.t and iffill. 01 the programme Rev. and Mrs. ; tremely diflicult and hazardous. I foroift-ncrs in Fortune wwo presented �Uh a hand. !p,,ciallv on the Lower Pence. .^t i''*'"^*' ^''^^ �^ Mormons some oak cabinet of starling silvrlii.ipid Au Woyer, l.ld miles ba-Dw a menace to the moral welfare The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIRBACH, Pk-oiirittor Every attention given the travelling public Fe�.Hl Stable in connection Telephone 47 Landseekero' and Rancher's Headquarters RAXEIS, $1.00 PER DAY and an address. RAYMOND. ithe VermilHon chutes, wh.v an in.Iustrious people. !b.wa. Athabasca Uike, Gmat Slave I ���'e'ans. h.^hough. O R Sharo nf IV  '^�*� tne way down tl� Mac- j�^%7"/** Z'T ^.T'f''.'T , '^harp of UinniiMg is the __u , simlated with the rest of the Engli.ih ; ^f.^^T^--.:''-^:'-^^':^::'^ - Bank of Mon.r.U.^^^--^;-'^---:^^ Popu.ation, and the Puh.ic j (From the Chronicle.) led by their two small children and succeeds Mr. Forbes. FOR THE PEST SEBVICi: IN LCTH5RIDGE STOP AT THE Mrs. Whites mother. Mr. Whitefuil- p^. ami Mrs. Rollins .spent Tuesdiv ''"''^ Chipewayan, the big I" cd to improve but gi-adually gmw^in j^thbridge. The doctor savs the north of the Athabasca | worse, until, one week ago la^^ drive over and lack was deliKhtiul i''^"*" through have be^n. . Monday he obeyed the last gnuat j ^ very sudden death was that of myriads of watar : rumnujns, leaving w'.ic and two sir^iU Mont l.ove who expired Tuesdav if ''"**'' *'^'"*' and the gnvis ' children to mourn his loss. In com-j t^moon as the i-csuit of an attack i'" E''o�inK six feel high. These Uts pliat.ce with his requorrt, the reuiaias typhoid fever. are, thirty or forty miles long and were interbred in the Motmtain View j j,;^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^.^^^ j fifteen or tventy miles wi.te .^nd Cemetery, the obsequies being per-^ Toxvn.ship of "land i* formed under the direction of the (3.3010 acms) to .Suit I..ako parties. known world. The liatter Day Saints Church. jxho company or syndicate which ^'''PP^* We undorstttwl that the to.vn ij^;,,^ organzcd in Salt I^kc is rc-, [.Schools would be an important '"ac- j or in bringing this about. ; GREAT COMniNATION IS MEDICINE HAT. [hotel daixas Good teen head of cattle to Chii>oway.u. out I'l the compitiy Gas nad Sand'-Will Produce ' Glass. -o- (Medicine Hat News.) Ijisi week the city nas visrtod 1 y a party of railroad ofllcials. includ- j themlhe|i,yj jja,, superintendent of 1 ......................_ ________ sleek and fat and "i ^motive power; Mr. Price, supeitntcn-' has arrived in tha history of Card-'hy^vy contributor to "tiie coloniiax" "'"^ ^'^^^'^ "^"sht.'dp,t of transportation. ar.d Mr. j ston that this thing-should be done. ' this part of the Provin&a. i ^'""'^"'"^ tham on horse hack :h.'y ^^.,,,j,j^,,j,p nj^ster mechanic. Th.jy ; We had the extreme pleasure of a There Is but little doubt that the iimpossible on account of the 1 l,to the natural gas nossibil.-i visit to I.�avitt last Sunday in'parties having the matter in hand iwild gra.ss, .ind'itics vfcry fully with Mr. Patter.son. company with W. O. 1^. If you ^.^ p,j.h ^ to full ex want to sec one of the fiu.ist j)ccome convinced the small sti-etches of farming land just good one. WE ARE APVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Council is seriously considering the p,t;scntwl here bv Mr. Cropo of that ' passing of a Bylaw sotting certain c.ty. Should the scheme nmtcriaiiza fire limits in the town and othor-' ,d the syndicate complete the p,r- '"""'"^''^ w.-nt;o�t to fiml wise regulating builudngs. The time'ch�.se i;tah will �� made to �^ ^:cattle .-^.^ ...... .o. e KXOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev A. M. Oordon, Uini�ter. Sumdny Services at 11.00 a. m, mni 7.30 p. n. Suifday .School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Mooting every WodiWMlay evening at p.OO o'clock. ItAPTLST TABERNACLE. Roc. C. Padley, Pastor. 8uf�:lay Services atll.OO a. m mvi 7.30 p. m: Sunday School at .SOO p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday eronlng ut'S.M o'clock. Sewing Circle Wodncsday afturnoan hind at lioavitt. The other day a Ilea. E.ftate buyer from Iowa oft'crod S.^O jior acre for land lying just 'north of the Post Ofilce. But theit's not telling you about the wheat. Bishop I>!avitt showed us a patch of the famous Alberta Had, 7!i acres, .lust a couple of hundred yards vest o( the post ofHoe and on the south .ttcr in hand I langiu o. biu-s^, .i.ivi jt,cs vbry fully with .Mr. Patter.son. .cutior ifthevl"" " roK" - i locomotive foreman, and their report scheme" is "a''*"' ^^'^ ^"^-'io the directors i.s e.vpoct�l to I tie ir. the oiien. Mr. Kelly praflicts ', (,eal of weight with ; KOOTENAY iMARBLE : WORKS nt 3.00 o'clodf. missionary meAings 1st Fridays In month. SELLS MORE OF CtLVMBEl-fc.VIN'S COUOII REMBDY TH.V >: OF ALI/ OTIIEJtS PUT TOO ETHER. Mr. Thos. George, a niercluint th.xt the Chipi>cw.iyan fiats will some rofarrnre to the extensive develop -day 1^ Q graat cattle ranching couft> ,f ^j,^, ^'^y- i Although, outside of the enici.ioii On the way out they met sevnrii station, appatvntly a parties of settlers going into the ,.,j,t ^eal of work has not l,aan .'Peace River country, most of - them Jrton4. at Medicine Hat this year �.y l>oimd for the (;rand Prairie rou.i- the c;. P. R., yet the expenditure in try via I>!.s.ser Slave I^ike and Peac-i;,^pr,vcnients has .tH>en �90.J0O. al (River Crossing. A party �f Ttoiv.in- elaborate seasons work i Shucklctoii  Simpson St oug4it out the husiuass a very prosperous way and the faimH of the Club cigar store on Main around there almost look like battle htrcet and will continue the business A Kansas (jditor has noticed that ward to tha day when another b:g>,p,ni, pmpertv which iwlones any tliiu} you .see a man find'ng ,rity will bo built oil thePeaoe River, ^im and it w.as ccnvort.-d into class i fault with his local paper, the chan ! -- ' (vith no trouble. The e.tperiment of ;w liean prepared he n �' Fridays In month. aroUiid'there aimosi'look like hatlte fctroet and will"continue the business |hcrlaln's Salvo just before going tojordar'to cnrry tha tost further i nd |'� " trassist'*the''pu')- *' i " I  "I II il III with innumerable soldier's �t this stai.d indefinitely. They 11 | bed, and a speedy cure is oortain. tndov mora intricnte *.xoerim-Mvt.s f.rn or doch an,- � L H Ashdown. WiSnipog, will put tents scaiteml all over the ground, Ax the place up in nice style, and This saM-e is also inval�ah,e for u-Am made with a view to Interest- ''J'^' ' ,L,', ,^'^!Z^J^^ V : a three storey warehouse at Cal-1 H. S. Allen A Co. wew the sue- mal.^ Ittho popular resort of fans-in soi� nipples, itching piles and �kin class manufacturers in th Get them right. Ilave then I fittotl as the}'ahould be. Have | * \ the lenses mudo for .you-to , > ' I your measure. I T)^ you nmy read when yon I Hko, where you liite, and at I much n� you lilio, and yott*)l ' not need to tumor twist tk� ll.iy ho sa, brande^s; left hip,-J. E. .� Mcdicint Qat. :*Ci,:A;'.ui ;