Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
WCiarybi Kootenay Steel Ran^e grates are made axf ra haavy mi strong 'tetiay Ratine London*' Toronfo*Montreal WInwiiiof '*'V4incouv?r*Sr. JohnlLa BRODIE & STAFFORD FORESTER'S SMOKER An Enjoyable Affair in Oliver's Nail. GOT MOXrOV I2ASY. Sdimul, lhtcoplc. and I deprecated the standard of assess-; incnt insurance. As assets todav 'the A.O.F. had S77.28 for everyone I thousand dollar policy. Man.y propositions for Insuraiieo _ and f*f S. ami F. were handed in ; and the local court is to l>e con-|gratu5ate perhaps very much over ?2.000 and very iiiiich over S2,(>0(). Schmid, is a baker, when he woriis His main mptho left for the south, but go't no farther than TA?thbridge wheix- he ran against the law. It is alleged that he had 1al�?n at various times $010 from two milliners, the Misses Bro.derj. that he had secureout eight miles northeast of Nanton at 6 p.m Tuesday e\ening. October 2. The cerenlon.^� was performed by Uev. .\ C. Bi.\an. Only a few friciKis were present. Following the ceremiony a sumptuous wedding suppor was served to the gues-ts. The groom form-orl.v lived in Calgary, but the newly wochled couple expect to nuvkc their home in Montana. 'o"o'o'n'o'(:ro'o"oTo'b'o^oTo.o.o.o.o..OAQ>o. p Deadman's Honey We have just received a large shipment of this delicious production direct from the Apiary. Every package guar-auteed pure white clover. Prices 20c, 25c, 30c, 75c, 95c, ' and $1.65. Also a full assortment of Smithes Jams and Jellies These arc pure and exceptionally fine flavor. SHERLOCK. FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 Tlie C'al^'ary Herald says: ^ .Vbout a .vear ago a Dane, named .1. .\. Schnfd, was living in the city He was one of those men %vho nevM-work unless they have to, and .so hu in>mediately tried to get acquainted with someone who would help him out of his ditriculties as ho had no money. Ho made the ncqnaintanco of a person here and also made a favorable impression. After staying hero for some tinw ho decided he would take a trip to Denmark. His friend financed tlio project, ami loaned Schimid a gold watch to w-ear vhilo awa.v. Schmiid had a splondi'd time in the old country. So goo't(l. When iha board hill mounted up Schmidt drew on hi.s fi;iends for more money to go to Denmark, whore almost the entirrt wealth of Denmark was at his bidding. He intended to secure a largo portion of it, come homo, pa.vall his debts, and everyone wouUl Ix; happy ever after. J. \. Mackenzie wa.s yne of :.he gentlemen whom Schmidt honored by his attentions. Mr. Mackenzie, who is not u person to Iw taken in o\'ory day, was victimized bv th.s smooth person. Mr. Mackenzie now holds a note for 8100 signed b.v the Dane datecrators of British Columbia and AHiortB a-gainst the l.T.M.W. of .\. The schcr.io of the operators api>cars to t�e to attack the check-oiT s.vstom and to creiite dissensions among the workmen with a view of weakening the unions Ix^fore next spring, the period lit which all contracts expire. Should any further attempts be made to carry this scheme into vS-loct. the I'.M.W. of A. will ivtal-liate by calling all their men out on .strike .n district No. 18, and in that event tie up all the coal trat'e of the Northwest. It is ho|>ed, however, that it .Mil not become necessary to take these cxtrenjo- measures. Se!f-preser\-ation is the first law of nature and the unions will take such action as is deemed advisable to combat this conspiracy. At the conference of Provincial Premiiers at Ottawa it was practically agreed to repeal tlic tax on commercial travellers in Qwebfc. DrHish Columbia ami Prince Edward Island. ) PBOPRIETOR Xs)rrrrrr$ AMY ��cn numbercrt �ectloo o DomlnlOD Lai4l� in Manitoba, SaDkatcbcwao and AIb�ri4 excriiihig 8 ani it, not renerVetl, mar be aomean-'aded by any person who la ita* �o c besd of a family, or any male orer 18 yearn of ife, lathe extent of one-quarter aeellon of lis acrea. more or lent. Kntry muat be made peraonaily at the local land oB ce for ibe dlalrict lo wblcb tbe land la altuate. Tbe UomeHteader In rei)nlrcil lo pcrfora 'be eondltlctta concccted therewith under on* o lin, Orohestial, Elocution, aiid Physical CuUure Clasiet. CONCERTS, RECITALS, AKD LECTURE RECITALS. Collegiate year from Septeml'�r 1st to June 30th. Stodios over TdITs NtT Store. LETBBRlDOE, AI.TA. Ttrmt MedttaU. Pf eaatclM* en apallcaliaM Phone 176 P. S.-Where we have no office we pay telephone o e/egraph charts on all orders. Hon, W. II, CuNhins waa elaetixt a nuMubcr of the Uoiiril of Miasioim at the a�neral Conferer.eo of the .MothodiBt Church in Montreal.