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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta t - � 4*1*-* 1 II. L Stephens Matt Rocklrtorl Wh�n you come to the Mo tropolla stay at the Palace Hotel NEWS 4 Taken From Southern Albetta Paper h 1 + 4 cmjimj up tb� bidder mulling nnd not much the wor�e for the' aeeblont, find ho Mot been scon, ho unlght have WRECK AT THE HAT I �IW����� btwn drawn down through tho row nock o* tho hopper und 'rushed or amothorod d� dnath. n ti r -been IIICD1C1NK HAT. ifr'roin tho News.) MACLEOD. $1.00 per day Opposite .P.R. Depot Stephens * Kockendoi-f Proprietors Calgary, Alberta KEAN'S THE STORE FOP Freah Strawberries, CKerriaa Tomatoes, Aspairaiaa Cueumbera Uttuee Oranges Bananas �j Lemons Bctt of Candle* �t Right Price* j1 ICE CRJ2AM AND (Prom the ttazetto.) A continuation of'the regular coun.. jell was held on Monday evening, tho 127th in.vt. The bydaw ratifying the agreement between the town and Hie C.P.IL was voted on and pawed. Mayor Grady wan authorized by thn council to go to Calgary in connection wkth tho town waterworks*, fin report� that the contract for ox*t jeavntlon was completed and that the contractor is bringing a gang of workmen from Calgary to begin excavation totla.v. One by one the large cattle ron- ceniH in this southern country ^ are disposing of their land interesth and ireking north for larger grazing i grounds. Last week *l. 11. Ilaltam of the V. bar V. Hunching cotnpiny, succeeded/In disponing of 2,720 acre* In all to various parties, the buy* ers being Messrs. Tyler and Grimsby, judges of Seattle, 000 acres. Mr. Spencer H20 acres. Messrs. McDonald ami Franor 480 acres, and McOormiek and ffrown 9ft0 acres. The average sale, price was 915 per acre Tho com|Kiny still retains 180 acres here. Mr. Ilaliam will drive his herd of a,000 cattle across country to tho I ted l>eer country, where ho has secured a lease of 40,000 ac-*cs. Cmnbrook taken down company, and will ha in a.few days. Mr, Corey is also importing one from l?avin|s gets its name from a habit the rnnchers in early days contract* ed of leaving the weak and maimed ariimuls to graze at this place. Tho name "leavings" clung to the new settlement, but Mr. Corey says an effort is being made to huve it chan* Mr. A. Mutz, manager of the Fort Steele llrewlng Oo., Informed us yesterday that the plans for tho new brewery are about completed. The new buitdinr will tie about J00 lcetjttml lne fugitive was laid by Mi, square. Tho brewing part will be ln Iteitvcr on Monday last at live stories high and other parts j tor keeping out of the way will be three stories and one story i S'car' high. It will be constructed entirely] '*�"'* ago accompanied bv cdst between $7"i,000 and 4100,000. j ami the shooting affray Mr. MutK roughly estimates that it | Persons tank will Is? well Woi�d was receivetI at the local Mounted Police -Heathiuart^rs tin Tuesday morning of the arrest � I�envei\ Coloratlo, of St ration OrtL cer, the young Htigllshman on whose trail the authorities have been camping e\i�r since last fall. Dfbcer had a had record in the district and has hmny seoh.-s chalked up'ngainst him, but the particulai act vhlch is responsible for his tu rest Is the alleged raising ofthufuce value of a 'V'nton flunk cheque fro n six to srxty dollars. The cheque in question was Issued by Mr. Thos. lief I to *Oftleor In paynx-nt for days' work In the haying season last rail. After the cheque hod been mnn,-Ipulnted In such u manner as to  accepted for Hl)$ly dollars, oihr* stiddonly disappeared, but thu arm of the law Is long In ihe N'orihwost I ICE CREAM SODAS A specialty. Our Sundaes nre delicious .'. ' ' J. W. Kean & Co CLAUKSHOLM. From the lie view.) Dr. Dun top, Opposite P. O. Phone tf8 Glazing Graining W. Ma BARBER. Painter ami Decorator Carriage Painting a specialty KalsominiiiK Paf)�rhanging dioio; TOWN LOTS Residential Lots in Blocks "CT ami "F," Apply to H. MACBETH R�*al Kstat�> and Insurance. CHURCH DIRECTORY. CA'JIIOLIC CIltllUMl. hiuh .luiis, m. Sunday Services: - Low muss, 8.HO a. m ; J 1.00; vespers, 7 .'Mi p. Daily Services:- Mass 0 Mi am. Kather Van Titfhem. ST. AI(M STINK'S CIIL-IICH. (Anglican.) Kev. J- S. Chivie solemnised on Wodnesijay, fiept. 5lh. Miss' Tupner* was ft*merly principal of oui* school and was a universal favorite. Mr. MacVty is Assistant Provincial Engineer of N'ew Urtinsw*ick, After the flamag* sustained by the winter wheat, this spring, some dreamed that tV powers of South -ern Allierta soil ami cllmaU* would bu h attic ion t to turn a failure juto success. Ihn that is exactly what happened. What looked 10 to L~� | bushel crops are actually turning out ItO to 10 and even 50 buuhels to the acre. Tho heads in the full wheat are remarkably long, as many as 111) kernels Iwlng taken out of oue head, (an instance which caine an* : der our observation. The wheat has stooled wonderfully and the mwu-, pie of fall grain promises to be par-' Meulnrly good. Spring crops are almost abundant and with the sph*udtd harvest weather that mis obtuiiu-d of late cutting is coming on vith a mighty rush. Jt is almost impossible to secure enough harvest hands, es|iecinlly for stealing. Threshing has started and our busiest season Is here. Ileing large-' ly an agricultural conununity and as the crops aiv /Abundant, we can | throw up our caps for Clarewholm land cheer for a mightier year of growth and prosperity than has Imv n. will rmpiii-e $00,000 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 th� street. tiias, lchikaiva, a dap with an unsavory reputation, is wanted by the police for attempted murder. Jchi  kawa, it now transpires, is a procurer am! has been prosecuting that trade in Fernie. It aimcars th^re f�v r ill Si* /  l tvmon ber- ed in this connection. Other occasions on which he drew a gun are still frenh In the. memory *)f those who were unfortunate enough to o h ALBERTA f �' ,1 r ^ j - or apply at their offices in the Southard, Block. A. L. WARNER Proprietors O. W. KERR CO. I X � L 1 r-" f f I ? ft' 'l r.L-J r,-1 - --� w I i On  Olover back, and is In a very dltioii; Kireman Cornish had his ban \ ami fool so baldly hurt as to necessitate amputation; llrakenmn Sipitr-i*s sulTcrs from a mangled foot and , leg frar-lured in tvo places, lirako- \ man Morris, and Conductor Kenny ' \vnrt� unhurt. The scene of the wreck was visited by hundreds of citl/ens this' morning j .The engines had telescoped eight curs j was getting money i on one train and two on the oth�r j Country, and having ''train ueru splintertNl and anmshtsl into kindling wooi�erator McDonald, at Puomorc Junction, who is said to have l*en given a hold or- WAGONS AND BUGGI *y ' ' 'f. Juit Received Three Carloads. Erly and get First choice. Come 'ft r y \ was a girl at Hosa's house for w:v>inifaU h,> WH>* *�^en �n for si\ days' he hud paid $070 hut who refused to haying and in that way received the go with him. On Friday night, am-;*'* dollar cheque, ed with a sharp butcher's knife, he; Th'n prisoner has uaivc^l e.xtradi- knocked at Uosa's house �iut denvui- i^on and Inspector I'arker of the U j der on Conductor Kenny yet he gax� *d admittance. Upon being refu- 'N-W.M.P. left yestenlay for (Mutti.. ' hlM clearance papers. A fca mlmHtanre he'knockml the door in ^'hcrc Oftlcer will ho transfer,^ t,;mlnHleK after doing so he wired, io him by the Vailed States authorit- I M�licine Hat asking for the aonth .... . . , ! i*cAtr*i lu> hnld but It was too i rebellious girl. Tho former got two 1PH- terrible gashes across her face, one Tnc Ktock of Chinese li:o:o;o:o;o:o:o;o;o;o:o:o:o Qpj3'oio:o:o;o;o:o:o;cra ?Zc and i�roceedeok on the Those on the arms'were clean to the !excavation* for ihe new filO.OfftO woman received tleep ! for numy hours. bone. SKUVICK FOU WOltKIXOMKN. Jtev. A. K. Uughson, H.A., pastor dis - (From the Ledger.) Cousins Jllock on the corner of , South Hallway and Toronto stix-ets. 'ol Wesley church, who is not On Sunday evening last W.H. Win- ' pleasexl to bo known as "the Work-  preached I4�l Priduy a long train'of fralglil; t:'rb�"r,.K'- wh� nnvYw> lh,rly ! in*UMU,'H PT**mpathy with the --FOU ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc* PICHE MIRON :o:o:o:o:o:o:o;o:o la One hundrvd feet of the new pave-; . _,,.,.� -laboring class, defended the format* - -..... --* trades FHANK. (From the Pa|m�r.) Xotwiths'tanding the numerous r aarnfiigs given by the Frank Paper regarding thu closa season for grouse chicken, etc., etc., >vt one man went aini Sunday after Matins. Other Sun- ] wrong lust week, and was taught a days at 8.JJ0 tt.m. I>*ily MatiUfc and Kvonsong at m. m and p. m. ST. MAltV'S MIMSIOV (So. U ) Sunday School at *! tH) p. m. 10 ve a sang at 4 110 p. m good lesson by Magistrate 1 teach. ! Corporal Askey visitcnt South Forks the other day and as a result summoned on*s 0. t>avts of Coleman, to appear before the court for shooting birds out of season. He ap|h�arcd Saturday before Justice Ilea eh and was fined and costs of the court. W ICS LEY METHODIST CHL'RCH. Itev. J, E. Hughson. TI.A.. Pastor. Suiwlay services at 11.'W a. m. and 7.80 p. m. Sunday School and Uiblu Class .at II in. j Another charge was laid against the culprit that of violating the Sabbath Observance Act by shooting game on that day. for which he was fined $15 and costs of the court. Owing to tho large anwunt of customs business being carried on in 'ho A most itistressing accident occurred last night when the brigade boys made their practice run. The new cart arrived from Cranbrook Monday evening, and the hoys had intended to make a run with it. hut it was found that the reel did not work smoothly, und the first run was made with the old 000 pounder. This proved a most tiufortunbte race, .lust is the I earn had finished a tine run, I^Kttell. who of late has been taking the leading position, slipped and fel in front of the heavy cart, und before it could Im stopped by lUack, who was at the pole, and the others, it went over Cattell. In some way Ins right foot was caught in Ok* wheel and was brought in contact with one of the anus of the iwJ, which was revolving rapidly in the opposite direction from the motion of the wheel, and his leg was hroken stpmrvly oft below the knee. While in the mines Monday in company with the visiting ftrcimm from over the border, a ledger reporter got at llrst hand, the particulars of vhat might have been a fatal accident. While looking ul the rotary trip- I pies .it work on the main floor of into the tipple, he learned that now? one which had been caught in the big waste j The hopper, and at first it was whisper- ( beou vd that a man had t*een killed. l)e-j nmke meat has been lorn up in front the post olliiv and the postal building will lie hauled ahoui 100 leet away. I'pon the ground occupied by the post office, a large brick block is to lw erveted and finished during the next two months by W. W. liou- glas. It v ill he occupied as the Eastern To unship* bank und post office. on and present existence of i unions, maintaining that tho organization of capital justified t he o r- Siiuv the * boat has been launched, many |>eoplecross tho river at in cents per capita, vehicles cents each, cross the ganixatlon of labor in self defence, i The charge that labor unions are narrow and one sided was refutisl. In referring to the luboring cl as the mainstay of the community, i Mr. Hughson urged his hearers to recognize ami preserve the digit' ty of lalm>r. to see that labor is a service to humanity as well as a I means of earning a livelihood. i'his by llallots dignHv cannot be maintained stream is done in three! . , � , ; , 1W , -haslv strikes and violence. minutes under the skilful manage - i , ......u,, i, 'an* mightier wi*apons than bricks in securing their rights, and liboralHv meat of Mr. Wilson. The noise of saw and hanumu* .... I  11- 1 sounds throughout the town, ami all available car|a*nters are employed. Miss Maud Cnderhilj. "The Prem -ler Neeiter of the Coast" assisted )> Miss Queeuie McCoy, gave a wrv creditable |h*rformauce at the Talnu' Oj�era House, last evening. The Collet I boys are engngVHl grading up the street ulong l�elw*�eu Douglas's store und the Carroll Ho* , tel. The worW is an impr�>venv�nt to 1 Main street. Tla> Itasket Hull girls and Itoys are in almost constant practice, in of view is essential to -success in any � movement. In conclusion, the on-:  * ; portance of wise leadership and u*ue ; friendship was impressi�d. An ear-! nest exhortation and prayer Unit j the laboring man should take Je,u* . 'Christ. Himself a laborer and the 1 workingmuu's best friend. a# their guide und counsellor, closed the ,u r spiring sermon. , The altar was tastefully decorated' with flowers. The choir ren !*.*�d special music and Air Kiluer sang a FOK THE BEST SERVICE LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL i solo, both o! wlurh gr*'atly phM's��d ,iNll. , a W"* the auilieme The terlan.) Tlov. A. M. UoiHlon, Miniftlii*. Sunday Services at 11.00 a. m. p. m. Sumlay School at Ji.oo p tn. Prayer Mooting every Wednesday evening at 8.0*4 o'clock. BAPTIST TAllEHX \CLE. Rec. 0. Padley, Pastor. Frank, such as importing machinery and 8 ! merchandise, also families with then-household effects moving In to work iut the now smelter and coal mines, anil all tho customs papers having to he sent to either Maeleod or Fernie to be cleared, the. business uv�n of Frank. Lille. Hollovue, Hiltcres't, Ulalrmore and CNilemun are petitioning the government .to establish a customs port of entry at Frank, as it takes from a wook to ten days to get papers returned from either Mac-leod or Fernie. his new ten roouasl cottage is almost completed. Taller post office has �t last movtHt!-a hundnnl f�nd. to room for the tdg bank block, wilt he built of lethbridge ing prayer and in fitting terms *i\r meiuiieiNsl the working men. their wives and children amid the daily burdens they are called upon to j bear. 1 NEW FOOTUALI. THOPHV sending to the floor Udow tho tip- j which pies and groping his way umoug , brick. pulleys, twits and shafting, he fin-1 The regular Friday night dance ally reached the big hopper into \ was, so rumor has it, "the best \et which the waste from the mine is dumped by 'means tu' carriers. Two | boys, one on each side, are station-1 ed at the end of the carriers from' which rock is carried into the hop - : per by means of inclined sprouts. ' The rteeiug held that year. Owing to the nip PI'NKItAL OF MISS KIEV EH. The Mono ton N.ll., Tinu�s, has the following item from Hopewill Utll, N.IV. under date of Aug. 25; Tlit* funeral of the late Miss A.da Kievcr took placo on Thursday af -teinoou. and was largely attended h> friends from ditTerent parts of this country and Mo net on. Tho fter�j vices were* conducted by Itev* Mr. ! Uoothroyd, who spoke from John .Ylth 27: "Peace I leave with you My peace I give unto you." The | all i KOOTENAY ?MARBLE WORKS Shnckleton Simpson & Tu. Mtmulacturers of Marble and (iranitc MONUMKNTS Wholesale ami Itetail  bearers weiv (\ t*. West. Fred Smuh Hurvey Wright, C!*o. II. Peck, urn I coming through Mr. Henderson of the Milton and O. H. Adair. Theiv v.eiv King l*)dward Hottd. wito has hand- IT!Unv heuulliul floral ofiermgs. am-' ed it to the Pimher Crook club to ong lhwn u wn.u(h ,-rom the defend, all games for it will 1* play- | W4irlU \^Xio in Western town wh.nv desired. It is soothing and healing in its efToet. Prlo and I 20 cents, For sal** bi^All Druggists icemet-ery. year; also a harp from tho Sun.Uy school o( tho Central MothodUt Chuirh, Monrioii. ��f which she wes hej'ore her ivmoval to lethbridge, a valued member, having lieon organist for a long timo both in Sunday school and Epworth league. Interment took place in tha Uppe.veli Draying and Team Work All kiiulb of hruyin^ ami 'IVant Work given prompt attention; also No. I BttUnl Hay ant] Oata for tuiU* When Yon're Getting Glosses (Jtd iln*!ii riyhl. Have them lilted as they should Ik*. Have the lenses made for vol" to your measure. Then you may road when you like, where you like, ami as imurh ua you like, and you'll not need to turn or twist the book, looking for eye comfort. Not an eye pain or an ache. No elosing of eyes for rests while reading, no headaches, no inconvenience at all. Today would Ik* a good time to commence to have your eyes looked after. Consultation is free, yon know - any time you call. No charge for anything but the glasses. A. BRUCHCT . Armstrong JEWELER ENOFtAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS ;