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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta MiiiiitiiititiiMi 1 H. L SU^cn Matl lMkM4Mf Wh*n you come to the Metropolis stay at the. I Pal ace $1.00 per day isci�soosoaeee�ily Services:- Mass (i.3U a.m. Father Van Tighen). ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHUnCH. {.\nglicttn.) Rev. .1- S. Chi vers. A.K.C., Rectjr. Rev. David .lones, II. A., Assis'la.'ii Uatins at 11.00 a. ni. SnnOay School at a.CO p. m. F^vensong at 7.30. Celc4>ra'tion of Holy Communion;- 1st Sunday in the month, 8 a. ni. (Plain), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) 3ikI Sunday after Matins. Other Sundays at 8.30 a.m. Daily MatiH^ and Bvansong at 9.!V'i a.m. and 7.!{0 p. m. ...ST. MARY'S MISSION. (Vo. 3), School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. ni. From the Review.) A week or two ago Dr. Duhlop, tt dentist of miiny years experienc-j decided to spend a week in Clares holm but since his arrival here, our town bad made the usual iiapression and he now intend*. brinfin| family and locating with us. ). The marriage of Miss Ada A. Tup-pcr and Mr. Charles Andnew Mac-Vey both of B'rederlcton, S.B., will be .solcmnii^ed on Wednesday i Sept Slh.' Miss Tupper^ woii . f�4iiwrly principal of our school and universal /nvprite.; ^ jfif. ii6�cV!ey^^ �8 Assistant Provincial Engineer of New Brunswick. .\fter the,damage sustained by the winter wheat, this spiing, some dreamed that the powers of South crn Alberta soil and clintate woutd >>c sufficient to turn' a failure ^nto success. But that \a exactly, what happened. What looked 10 to 13 bushel crops are actually turning out 30 to 40 and even 50 busliols to the acre. The heads in the fall wheat arc remarkably long, as many on 110 Semels being taken out of oue head, (an instance which came under our observation. The wheat Ims Riooled wonderfully and the sani-pie of fall graUi promises to be par-liciilnrly good. Spring crops are also most abundant and with the splendid harvest weather that has ohtu|ned of late cutting is coining on vith a mighty rush. Jt is almost impoKsiblc to .secure enough harvest hands, cfltieciaily for stool-ing. rhrcshing has started and our bitsinst seaaon is here. Mqing largely an agricultural couununity and as the c^ops are^hundant, we can throw up our caps for Clarasholm nnH cheer for a mightier year of growth and prosperity than has l)eon. FRANK. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. J. E. Hugbson, B.A., Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. ni. Sunday Sdiool and Bible Class .at 3 p. m. Pra.ver Meeting', Wednesdays, at ^,00 p.m. Epworth t4>agtiei Fridays, at 8.'JO P m- ^ _ KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. \. M. Goixlon, UiniS'tcr. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m and 7.30 p. HI. - SuiKiay School at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Mooting every Wedne.�lay evening at 8.0(J o'clock. nnil BAPTIST TABBRN;VCLE. Rec. C. Padley, Pastor, Sunday Services atll.OO a, m. 7.30 p. m. Sut>day School at 3.00 p. ra. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8.0Ck o'clock. Sewing Circle Wodncsday afternoon at 3.00 o'clock. Missionary meoting.') 1st. and SrU Fridays In month. The Boundary Iron Works nt Grand Forks, B.C., vere destroyed by fire. , .. . i (From the Paiier.) Notwithstanding the numerous warnings given by the Frank Paper regarding the dose season for grouse chicken, etc., etc., yet one man went u'rong last week, and was taught u good lesson by Magistrate Beach. Corporal Askey %'isitcd South Forks the other day and as a result summoned one G. Davis oi Coifmun, to uppeur heloro the court for shooting l>ii*dN out of season. He appeared Satui"day before Justice Beach and was fined $25 and costs of the court. Another charge was laid against the culprit that of violating the Sab^ batJi Observance Act by shooting game on that day, for which was flned f.lS and coats of^the court. .Owing to the large arnuunt of customs business Jboing ferried on in vhe hustjing, bustling town of Frank, such as importing machinery und ir.crchandise, also families with their household elTects moving in to work at the now smoitor and coal miiies, und all the customs pafiers having to he sent to either M^cieiod or l>i enthusiastic of the wheat crop in the Leavings district, wlTich he claims is the banner district in .\lbcrtu, and also the banner wheat shipping point. Last year no less than tOl cars of No. 1 Northern were loMdod at that point. Leavings gets its name from a habit the ranchers in early days cot>tract-ed of leaving the weak and maimed aiiimals to graze at this place. The name "Leavitigs" climg to vhi? in-w settlement, but Mr. Corey says an effort is being made to have it chan-gwl. Mr. A. Mut7, ntanager of the Fort Steele Brewing Co., informed ns yesterday that the plans for the ncw broirpry are ahout comfiJeterf. The new buildings will he about }00 Icct NC|iiarc. The brewing part will be five stories high and other parts will bo three stories and one story high. It will be constructed entir->ly of steel and when completed will cost betweei) $75,000 und SIOO.OOO. Mr. Mut2 roughly estimates that it will require 400,000 bricks. The building site is'about 50 feet south of the present building right, where his residence is pow standing, ami this will be moved westward across the street. Ohas. Ichikawa, a Jap with an unsavory reputation, is wanted by the police for attempted murder. Ichi  kawa, it now transpires, is a procurer and has Ijeon prosecuting that trade in Fcrniei It appears thi�rc was a girl at Rosa's house for w.'ioin he had paid f070 but who refused to go with him. On FrWiiy night, ani-ed with a sharp butcher's knife, ht; knocked at Rosa's house and dcm-in-ded admittance, l^pon being refuH�� admittance he knocked the door in and proceeded to car^-e Rosa and the rebellious girl. The former got tvo terrible gashes across her face, one down from the forehead to the chin and the other across the forehead. The other woman icceivefl deep slashes on her arms and breast. Those on the arms'iwro clean to the bone. canie up tbe ladder Hiiiliing and not much the worse for the' auciilent. Had he not l)ecn st.-en. he titighl havn j lHK>n drawn down^throu^^h tlw> nar-' i'ow neck oi the hofirtiT unfl Ihm.'ii crwshMl or smothered to death. MEDICINE H.\T. ^'roin the News.) Word was received at the local Mounted Police "HeatliiiKirtcrs nn Tuesdaj' morning of tlm arrost  Denver, Cbloraulo, of Si rat ton Ortl-cer, the young Englishman on whose trail the authorities hav iicen cnnip-Ing ever since last fall. Ofllcerhad a had record in the district umI has many score.s chalked up'against him, but thn particular act vhich is lesponsiblc for his a) rest Ik the alleged raising' of the fucc value of a Uyiiion Bank cheque fron kIx trt b�*ty dollars. The cheque in question was issued b.v Mr. Thos. Hell to 'Juicer in payment I'or ms WRECK AT THE HUT One Urc Ust and Others. Seriously, if iiM^|yJii|Hrtd Medicine Hat Se|>t. 1-Two freignt krains came together between hero and Diionioru Junction at six o'clock last night with a. terrible craB) due toniorro*!' liioiping in Winnipeg will he 4ato in afriving. A later i-eport says: W. O. Oliver of llohcayeon. Out., who was riding the south bound engine with his Engineer Rose, was days' work in the haying? .sen.Kon last fall. After the cheque had Ijeen nitiiy j "ii ipulfltcd in such a manner us to ; ' hrother-ln-law. accepted^ for siJjty dollars. Ofllc.v i instantly killed. Hose was fright-SuiWenly disappeared, but the arm ! lully scalded. His,fin;nmn;ShuH� of fhi' law iti long in ihe .VorthwesI and the fugitive was laid by \U> hcfl.s in Denver^''on Mondny last ai' tcr keeping out of the way �.( i. year. OrtiSer came he'C- Kl:.....'� f-v r shooting alTruy iit Sc.'-) will Ih! well reinen ber-ed in this connection. Olhin- occasions on which he drew a gun ai-e wtill fre.�ii in the jiicmory of tho.s. were unfortunate enough to i ed up with "lin. came years ago accompanied by -i awl the Persons tank who iuinped is hurt inte'i'nally, Coii-iluctor Bennett and Brak�inan Pierre got on with trilling injuries, and Iirakelow the tipples and gripping his way among uUcys, lielis and shafting, he finally reachetl the big hopper into which the waste from the mine is dunip'xi by 'means of carriers. Two bqys, one on each side, are stationed at the end of the carriers from which rock is carried into the hop -per b.v means of inclint>d sprouts. The duty of these boys is to see tliot these npoiits not clogged. One of the liuys, Walter Holt by name., ngod about 17, had loft his station unAr climbed into the hop -per, and when the slide at the bottom was openml to let down a carload of the: waste, ho suddenl> found himself drawn downward by the do soendihg waste, and was soon burled to his neck and so completely wedged, in that ho could not move. His mate on liio other side of the hopper, (toeing his predivimcnt, gave the alarm, and mcin were yet to work to dig him out. It took several minutes to mBiove t^e waste from his imprisoned l^ody /down to'below his knees, when ho was pulled out, and He went out to work on -Mr. Hell's ranch a year ago this suiimicr, Ijiil WAS Of no use whatever, so was no cnij^aged: He wns getting; money from the Old Country, aim having nothing tb do hung around the ranch for several months. In the fall' he was taken on for si.ns this' morning t i The engines had telescoped eightcars on one train and two on the other train were splintert?fl into kindling wood by the impact of the terrible collision. The cause of the trouble it is ni leged, lays with Night Ojierator McDonald, at DiiiMnoro Junction, Who is saiil to have liecn given a hold order on Conductor Kenny y' creditable iicrformance at the Taber 0|h!ra Housfi, last evening. The Collett Itoys are engagied grud-in^ ijp the street along betwiMii Dquglas's store and the Carroll Hotel. The work is an improvement to Main .street. The Basket.Ball girls and boys are in almost constant practice, in anticipation of having everything thuiv own way when tliey visit Ra>-mond during the fair. Milton Scoti i.s preparing to move into his new ten roomed cottage ivhich is almost completed. "The Tal>er- po.s"t oflUe has at lust been nioved!-a hundrc>thbridgi' ! brick. , I The regular Friday night dance. , was, so rumor bos it, "the licst .vi�t.' | SERVICE FOR W011K15J0MEN. Rev. J. E. linghson, B.A., pastoir of Wesley church, who is not dis -(>lea.scd to b� known as /'ahc Work-inginan's preacher," pi�acbed to: a crowxlod house on Sunday evening. Tae audience, which filled the, lecture room of the church as well as the auditorium, included about one hundred and fifty mennh^rs of the various trades unions, who nuxrched in parade to the church. The preacher, after explaining why it was he had such a large sjinpathy .with tlio laboring class, defended the lonnat-ion and present existence of trades unions, maintaining that the organization of capital justified the �/r-guiilzation of labor in self defetioe. The charge that labor unions are narrow and one sided was refuttxl. tn referring to the laboring class us the mainstay of the community. Ml'. Hughson urged his hearers to rucognixc and preserve the dignity of labor, to sec that labor is a service to huniunity ns well us a irjeiins of earning., a liveiihood. This dignity cannot l)e maintained by hasty strikes and %'iolence. Ballots are mightier weapons than bricks in securing their rights, and liboralitv of view is essential to 'success in any movement. In conclusion, the ini-portaiict* o( wise leadership and jrue friendship was impressed. An earnest e.xhortatioii and prayer that, the laboring man should take Te.'.ns Ch/lst. Himself a laborer and the tvorkingnian's iK-st friend, their [ guide and counsellor, closwl Ihi- in- j sfiiring .sermon. j The aitar was tastniull.v �Jeco!'iitod with flowers. The choir ieni.'i'�jd special music and Mr. Kilner sang a solo, ni whkh greatly ple;iS(.�d i the audience. The old familiar j hymns'h>'iv sung with such a fervor; as oi)l.\' a crowd of nieii can give. 1 Mr. (I. I). Austin led in the opeii-iug prnver and in fi'tting terms .|'�-nuMuljoivd the working men, their wiyon 'un . ,. Telephoned?  Landscckers'and Ranchor's Beadqitarters � -v ' RATES, $1.00 PER DAY FOR THE BEST SERVICE IW LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE I HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS FUNERAL OF MISS.KIEVER. I'hc Moacton N.B., Times, has the following item from Ilopowill liill, N'.B., under date of Aug. 25*..^ M:W FOOTBALL 1'IIOPHY. A now challenge cup for the Ci'ow:s Nest Pass Football League has Ijcon presented by W. P. Kilbourn & Co., cigar inanufaciui'^*rs of Winnifieg. Man. This cup has to Iw pUiyv.-' for each year by the Crtiw's Nest League, at the place where the cup is l)el(ig held that year. Owing to the arranged to .ic-commodate the players in tiK' Pass. -Plncher Creek Echo. : kootenay [marble IWORKS t'v . Shackleton Simpson Ik Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS and Itetail As a dressing for soivs, bruises and burns. Chamberlain's Salve i all thivt can Is; desired. It is soothing and healing in ItsefToet. Prio !25 cents, For sale bKcAll Druggists Icemelery. The funeral of the late Miss A.da Iviever took place on Thursday af -teinoon, and was largely attended liy friends from diftercnt parts of this countiy and Monctun. rTho ser-' vices were comlucted by Rev., 1tfr. Itoothroyd, who spoke from ; John 34th 27: "Peace I leave with you My peace 1 give unto you." The j all bearers were C. C. West, Fred Smiih Harvey Wright^ Geo. II. lY-ck, i>ra Mitton and O. H. Adair. There �ire many Ixuiutiful floral offerinRs, inu-�)ng Ihom a wreath from the Im>-worth IvOflgne in Western I own wh.MM the deceased ha