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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta tfClarySl Kootenay Steel Ran^e prates are made i - w. extra heavy �* stray Kootenay I Ratine i London* Toronto "Montreal i BRODJE & STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS ClOT MONK.Y I5ASY. FORESTER'S SMOKER -~ Si'ltntlil, tlit> Man \Vln> Was Ani>sU>0 An Enjoyable Affair in Olivers lletv Uist WVi-k i Hall. I - . i I il. A. Sclitniil, wTtoxp ixriVKt wan j An enthusiastic smoker under tlv innili- lion* lust week nt trte.inslljr.it-nusplivs of Court. Stur of l.i,tlil>ri(l.-,o j.>n of Chief l^iifrli.sh. of Calgnrv. No. HtHlH, Ancient Order of I'or- was taken to Calgary on Vr'tlny. �), ' feffters. was hold. In Oliver's Mall '> ' I ho.v .\ntici|iate tha^whon the entire I Ok Bold Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY | LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | I ROYAL * HOTEL! TABER, ALTA. | 1 Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors! ^ r Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day Fit EE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IX CONNECTION turnout. - After rolls.nB sonjis lij \ti-ssn Kllncr, llarrop, T A. \'iner. Slum, \V. Applehy, Stillivan an I (iagiion, .1. ('own and !'on for n few tvmnrlcs. Hro. Hutt slated that as a member of the Kxt-eutive Hon 11.1 he had been deput.d to visit i the various cities and towns fn the Wmrt. with n view of organl/ite.? stations for the order in this crowing countr.\. The oitler had I e n es-; tnbtisluxl in Knglnnd in the yonr 17t�0, and had spread and grown until tliey had fJOOO branches in t-.ll parts of the worlil. with a ntfMiilvr -ship of 012.000 and mi annual .11-' come of $0,000,000. In Canada the ! order was instituted in 1HS1, and : had grown until during the* l.i*. year �!2fll.W>tl had lnvn paid out in sick benofits alone to its members One of the main feature.* was j insurance brunch. li is tin- on v j fraternal benelit smii-ty upon ih-legal reserve Inisis, anil thvir polio i ! leu carry all the advantages of a [ . I..1K* C'oin|uin.v. Certificates for >; Straight Life. Pay Life and Kndow [; utent tire iMMticnl and they carry all >the nrivilpg.** of Loan Values. The | s|M�aker pointed to the excellent showing before the Koyal Commission. They had no fault to find with policies Issued. Hro. .Mclntyre. Oovernm.-nt litis n �i*r ol Irrigation, spoke a few words commending the insurance as a busi-iuf� policy to business |vo|>U\ an. I ileptvctttetl the stnmlard of assess -inent Insurance. As assets todn.-the A.O.I', had $77 'JS for every one ihousand dollar policx. Many propositions for Insurant-.' and Pr S. anil V. were hand-d .n and the local court is to i*. eon grntulatetl upon the em bus.asm i.is-plnyotl and for the In rye addition!, their meinliorship. Hro. Hutt left for Cranl.rook 'Ir* iiiorii:ng nnd will be back in n mvk*s time to initiate candidates It. '. Italdr> m.'iile a most aceept 'ible chairman at the smoker per � an.I I.st is in that amoiml will lie haps very much over $!i.000 very much over S'J.OOM. Schmid. is a baker, when he worss Ills main method of support, how- tcr. The police were put after tlto man from Denmark, and he was apprehended nl. l-ethbrldge while making straight for the States. Hchnvld !s now tmulu agn.itst hlinwlicn he arrives, as he has got Into  She jioekvls of several of our citi/.ens. (Vanton News.) Mr. .John Alfred Schmidt and M'.sii Victoi'ia lleiid, daughter of W. Ilar-v�.�v Head, were married at the home ever, is to make friends and they will i ()f the bride's parents, about eight do the res!. When the money absolutely ran out he � left for the south, hut got no farther than t-ethbridge when* he r.ut against the law. miles northeast of Nanton ivt 0 p.in Tuesday evening, October 'J. The ceremony was performed by Itev. A C. Hryan. Only a few friends were present, following the ceremony a It is alleged that he had taken at I sumptuous wedding supper was serv-various times $010 from two tnil-|,,,| i, the guests. Tin* groom form-liners, the Misses lire.der.. tlmt he;,,rly lived in Calgary, but tlu* new-had secured nn advnnci* of 8too from i |y weddivl couple expect to nvake I.A. Mackenzie, that he hail secured their home in Montana, advances nt various times fnt'ii ' _ gloves. In hltt clothes there wvtv ex pairs e)f fancy hand covers. The case will be up this mornlm.' AWt'TI. HKHri.T OC CHAVKIl. Wife Hivnks ller Neck Over Mur Kms.'llng Husband-llaby Is Hying. Wakuoiniss, Okla, la.-Mrs. l'hll-ip Sprouse Is tleinl from a broken neck nnd her baby daughter '.s so badly injured thai It may tile as the result of her stumbling over her husband as he was kneeling in pniyer nl their homo hen* liiNt night. Me. ami Mrs. Sprouso had spent the evening with 'friends. Upturning home, they prepared to relltv, the husband irolng llrst to their sHvpllig loom. ! While passing through the dark 'room with the baby In her arms, \ Mrs. Sprouse stumbled over her huslmiiid's feet, nnd in trying to save the Ihiby from Injuries struck her head against a wash-stand, bntiking her neck dying Instantly. The child fell to the floor. DR. P, W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Office-Otrer Ott't Dirber Shop, tioutfi-11 :IM) to IStiHl uooi.; 3:00 10 PiOA p, m.; 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Office NiKhi Holt atd teltphOD* W. C. SIMMONS Advoonte, Barrister, Etc OPPICK, - - SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property *- various other persons in tin* c:ty. He Is also wanted for the theft of a watch. Chief Knglish li*ft last night to gel the prisoner. The Ciil>fary Herald says: About a year ago a Dane, named  I. A. HchitAd. was living in the city He was one of those men who nev � work unless they have to. and so h* (Calgary Mbertim.) SAYS TIII'.RI': IS CtlNSI'lHACV Th. chief ol police made the record 1'ivsi.lent Shermans Charge Againn�him,� Dtof Store PHONE Office 125 Houh 04 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phytlcltnt Sutgfoni, Accouchtti 'OflJpt!--HttliMiHi St. cor. Btirtlett, i Hours--Duforo H n.m., 2-3 p.tn., 7-8 p. in. Sundays- 2.JW to il.ftl> ; u. in. Toll-phones 41 atul 53. P. H. MkWHITKN W. 8. CI AI.HRAITH M.l). C. M. M. D.U.M. trip yesterday after the priso'tor Schmidt. He left Calgary ut 7 p.m. Thursday, arr.vcd at Ix'thbrldgx* at I a.m. I'Yidny. left at ft a.m. anil reached Calgary at noon yi�.s*terday with his prisoner. Hour by hour additional com- the Mine Owners. immediately tried to get acquainted plaints are made against Schmidt, with someone who would help dim \ He played no favorites nnd was not out of his ditllculties as he hail no j at n'l particular whore the money money. He made the acquaintance of |Cnuv from u person here and also mndV a fav- nll. orable impression. ! After staying here for some time ,.,| \\,% owes l-V-rnie l.eilger:-President Sherman states to the l**dger that thelnt.'V-naliontil and district of lice rs of the L'.M.W. of A. nre busy Investigating what appears to be a conspiration the part of the coal operators of j Hiitish Columbia and Alberta u-gainst the C.M.W. of A. The schei.f 1 le borrowed from them l'h' o|M*ratois ap|)ears to tie to nt- 1 ;tnck the check-off system ami to! To tvo ladies with whom he board cr�*M'' diss�*�- �� �-,�r�'.v �'�ls scheme into ef- Schmid had a splendUl time In the ||,. intended to s**ciire a larg.� | ,'"c*- ,ni' C.M.W. of A. will ret.il- old country. So goad a tt.me in fact [portion of it. come home, pay all his 1 ,ln,c' ,,v ml""!? n� their men out on that he pawned the watch for ten debts, and everyone would lx� happy s,ril"> " district No. IS. and In dollars l>efon* coining buck to Cal- 'i-wr after. ,nnt oV,,n, tU' "P �" ,h(' ('� ,lPllon ftH ls note for $100 signed by the Dane (deemed advisable to combat this con�|iirncy. | on staking him. as that was the on I ly chance of getting back any mow | for the Dane might, in time. le j persuaded to work, j l-'inalh- Schni'd went ami got mnr-, ri.sl. ami that was the final stmw | that broke the pit Cent camel's Inick I If a man cat not pay his debts when I unmarried he surely cannot pay af- dated May 8. 190".. There an* iiMiny other mourners In J � these proceedings. They Include tb� ! At the conference of Provincial Western Milling Co., Mr. Hell of 1*. I'n*mier� nt Ottawa It was practlc-Iturns & Co. to the extent of $rt00 ally agnvtl to n*peal the tax on ami a numlier of others. j commercial travellers in Quebec Schmidt camo back dressed like a HrHlsh ColumMa and Prince Kd-duke. His specialty stvms to be I ward Island. Deadman's Honey We have just received a Jar^e shipment of this delicious production direct from the Apiary. Every packagetfunr-nnteed pure white clover. Prices 20c. 2.V. HOv, 75c, floe, und $l.l>5. Also a full assortment of 1 Smith's Jams and Jellies These are pure and exceptionally fine flavor. Ule Rave ]u$t Received a Manitoba Charter for Our Company, which i$ Incorporated for $250,000 SHERLOCK, FREEMAN &CO Our Business will be to Buy and Sell all kinds of Stocks, Bonds. Shares, Grain and Provisions for Cash or Future Delivery Drs. McCIure St Stewart SCKOEOX DENTISTS Office-J. D. Hifrinbotham's new block. Office Hours-0 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent I RAYMOND - - ALBERTA. | A. W. McVittie | Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out now ;towusites. Contract pi.cea on application. jgQrOffico at the Coaldale Hotel, ^ Lctli bridge. ; Lcthbridgc, Lodge No72. Meet* In Oddfellow*' Hall every Friday i cvenlnic at t.su o'clock. Visaing- brcthlcu ate | alwam wrlcomr. W. Bennett. NO. C. V. Bennett, Kec. ace TELEPHONE 21 month*' residence upon and cultlrattan of tbe land In each rear for3 three jrrara. S. If the father (or trothcr. If the father la drceaoed) uf tbe home trailer naldea upon a farm In tbe vicinity of the land enteied for tb>e aatlatted by aucb person ie�ldli!K wltb Hie farter ui mother.  a. If ll.e ruler ha* bla permanent rcaldeuce upon rarmliii land owned by him In the vicinity of hU bvmeatead. the requirement* aa to rcatdence mar be aatlattcd by residence upon the aald land. kii inunha' nottce In writing ahould be glren to ilie Coimnlaatoner of Dominion Lamia ai Ottawa of iiitemiuii to apply fur patent. W. W. 0OBV. Orpmr of tbe Minuter of tbe Interior. TRY AN Electric Massage f Or Shampoo AT THE 'Hotel Lethkridfe Barker Shop Most Up-to-date in town We have just been having constructed for us more than 2000 miles of wire by the C.P.R. and C.N.R. Telegraph Companies* and on Monday opened our offices at the various points reached by means of these new wires. The offices will be Port Arthur and Forjt William, and intermediate offices in the east, Neepawa, Portage la Prairie, Brandon, Indian Head, Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw, Macleod, Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton and all intermediate points in the west. Our main offices, which are in the Rialto Block, Winnipeg; were formally opened to the public on October 1st, and we will be glad to extend the courtesies of our service to our patrons and friends at any time. The managers of the various branches are all men of experience. We know just how to run the business to suit the public and for the best interests of our clients, and want to enumerate a few of the reasons why you can't afford to do business with anyone else. WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE. NO. 2 I Mreta In rddfellowa' Ball e cry accond and fourth Ihuraday. Vlaltora always welcotat. Mrs J. Stafford. Annie Davies � � Bee. �ce. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yanl Nortli of | Freight Shed Widest I (ice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- M. PRIEST puopaiETon SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 can sell you loin now in . Tubor for $100, that will be selling at $200 in a month's time. Good Funning Laud for sale ftlto. W. F. RUSSELL Real Eatate Agout Tabor. Altu. Reason No. I Our service will lie superior to any other in Western Canada this we guarantee and the only way you can tell is to try it. Did you ever get difigusted trying to do business with goiueone who had not the proper facilities for liai.dliug the business well. You won't have Unit trouble with us. Reason No. 2 Our commission is only � on grain of all kinds, whether for Winnipeg, Port Arthur. Minneapolis; Chicago, Duluth, or Kansas City delivery-others charge \ for Chicago. Our commission on stock is but {, whether you take 10 shares or 1,000 shares. Reason No. 3 If you have an account with us you can operate it from any of our fifty orHces, which will give you one great anvanUtge when travelling through the Northwest. SMOKE Lethbridge Belie Havana Smoker T. W. HANKAHAN MANUFACTURER c HOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ UNS City Bakery F.C. Cooke, Prop. We arc going to raise the price of grain from Ic to 5c per kuahel to the farmer hy-bringing him in cloaer touch with the market. We are here to stay, and we have a department which �� devoted entirety to obtaining and giving information to our clientt. We would appreciate it If you will call ua on the phone or write to ua concerning any investment you with to make. There is no charge for such information. Write us for our free market letter. Canadian Stock and Grain Co. Ott Block Dealers in Stocks, Bonds, Shares, Grain and Provisions LETHBRIDGE Phone 176 P. S.-Where we have no office we pay telephone o e/egraph charges on all orders. LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BuyijgElsewhere. Lethbridge Branch of The Pembroke Conservatory of Music ). george HARPER, Diitcter PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY EVERY BRANCH TAUGHT The most advanced and progressive methods are employed in each department. Students prepared for our own and University Exams. Theory, Singing, Violin, Mandolin, Orchestral, Elooutiou, and Physical Cu'.ture Classes. CONCERTS, RECITAL8, AND LECTURE RECITALS. Collegiate year from September 1st to June 30th. Studios over Ms Mow Store. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. T�im� ModttJU. ProipccttM en tMlicallM Hon. W. II. ('uniting was elected a member of tho Hoard of Missions at the General Conferer.ce of tho Mottiodist Church in Montreal. ;