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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta to r r 4*4****** .L. Sterlie is Mat! Rockendorl When you come to the Me tropolis stay at the Palac Hotel $1.00 per Opposite . P. R. Depot Stephens * Rockendorf Proprietors N EWS TH1 REGION Taken Prom Southern Alberta Paper: A MKSSAUtd TO CAN'At)A. WiiiMton Churchill Urges Jc�t Vahh Lumber Company nt Wardner and goes to CtaronVdm, AUa.. when* he will lake charge of an elevator. Ueorge in one of the beat citi/ons that ever located In Mouth Ea�t Kootcnny, and his hos-t of friends arc sorry to Hee hint leave, but extend their beat wisnes for hi.s mucccw* In bin future honi The C.IMt. should pay more ut-lention to the tourist cars in ri.e west. Just because a u$*n in u it paying flrHt-chum �'... *e ni.-.l ! ! w a porter at the end -.f ev �rv 'I v>..-�, it la no reason why he > -i �u* I � t Toronto, Hupt. ft,-Mania r Urceii-wood, M.I1., road tonight at u. banquet given htm by tin* directors of t>i� Canadian national exhibition, a letter written by Winston Churchill, under secretary of the colonic*, which is In the nature of an oth-Mil greeting from the liniwrinl govern -ment to Canada. It was dated tun 20th August, 1000, froitt the Colon* ial office, Downing street, fjondon, England, and says; "My dear Greenwood; 1 ma very glad indeed that you arc going to ftpeml the autumn recess in Cun.wla. In your double position as of Can* adlan blood and bone, and us Mio representative of a famo#us Knglish city, you may And some opportunities of helping forward ihe measured Flying Trip of the Overseas Limited. (L'atgnry Herald.) cy. AvtU Wnruinn, Ihe author and iV.O, -^B ^^^fl Wei arc now* prepared to offer for sole Wineas ftrttl ^ilctlMi lots in the New Town of Warner on the Afberta Railway, south of Lethbridge. This is the most promising new town Southern Alberta. It is the centre of a large area of feriife ijtfi HO mile* v - -.i k the culturnl lands, The topography of the country on either tide along the railroad makes it the most acocsihlc business centre. It will control absolutely the trade of o very largo territory. I acres of land tributary to Warner have been sold this UXIil mmmtt tp( them doc- but Irreslsftlblc march of imperial consolidation. Your own gifts i ml 1 wind, and it's blowing west.' your work at the colonial oillce will; "Ah we reached the platform the enable you to turn these opportun -1 first 'Overseas Limited* swept i,. t ml ities to good account. For the last'stopped for a fresh locomotne. twenty years the conservative party j "Ten minutes later we wt-iv )i: a-in Kngland has �>een inseparably as-j gain, gone again, like Fluatjui. soclatetl with the symbols and up-; "The day was perfect mrl tho �; �-paratus of Imperial administration, i ing good. We Jumped from ihe W "The British government has forjtropolis to Portage at ;u-*t ab.uta so long -Implied 'the conservative j mile n minute. Another .|.tdt .r.d wo over 400 American farmers, a largo number of whom will actual settlors. Therein now a large new hotel being built a there are already located a Store, Livory Barn and Lumber Yawl and several reside �� � i d Now * f your oppertunily to g�t lets cheap. The earlier "you buy the better selections you can make. Prices will run from f 100 to $200 for business lotoand, from $25 to ?75 for residence lots. Write - A V1 . yw. r 4 KERR CO. '�TV.' 1 - ^> A ? F 1 1 f LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Ins |>crmitt�l to ride in clean tar|pttrty. that Vnl v he is thirsty. Common decency would j \UH trot tan statesmen have bwn ae.jtho smooth superintend-tt i n i n.^re demand better treatment in this 1 (.UHt0mear-alTord to pay luxurious prices for j (y col,iroversies and by their loy-travelling. One good place to com- 1 A\iy to x\w mother country they mence a reform in this way would �|,ave come insensibly to regard a bo right on the Crow. i particular poklicat party as having Cecil Henry Crest, cily elerk of j ftn �Hneelnl claim upon their con -I recall the hands > ie. ^uWl c.eu.ui.t Cranbrook. who has Ijcen s|�endlng | ndence. In great measure, and cer-Ifaee of Mr. l>u;T, ,:f Me�o*b*p his vacation in the east. returned ; tainly until the last few years, that |,.IH] ofHhe Can-Win Ca^Irte. smooth track and we iv*jielMl llr^ad view l>eforo the were coming. "After Broadview u y tuein* r> tuit quite clear. "I remember :he oo.r*a�r*� Uw yer, who kept us vlti a to�t inv 1 or apply at their offices in the Southard Block, A. L. WARNEK -Proprietors-0.W. KERR CO. .,f ^ j- / >1 * 7C" -: 4 All Buggies and > ^ T 1 �. * ^ Farm COST Will be sold .1 OR. ont s - T Si ,J * - A CASH home on Sunday and surprised his nmny tWends by bringing home a most charming bride. On Tuesday, August 2lst, atXonh Hay, Mr. I1 rest was united In marriage to Miss May Milne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milne, of North llay MKMCIXI*: HAT. (From the News.) .of his residence. It is 20x3-1, 1J ^$44^^^^^^'^^j storeys high and contains two of- TOWN LOTS KcsuU'titiul Lota in 1 Mocks "C" ami "P," Ai�i�ly to H. MACBETH Iteal Estate ami Insurance. j Ores, waiting room and lavatory, ; with IwMlrooms upstairs. When com -| ploloil it will give the doctors uvery convenient suite of office*. Mr. Ooo. I Hluke was tl>e contmctor. CAIIDSTON. The City Council met Tuesday i evening but adjourned until Wednesday after a session of u few min-; utes. The matter of appointing a j Chief of Police was taken up. The ' License and Police Committee recom-1 meudi'd that the position Iks offered to .1. Meiklejohn. of (Calgary, at a salary of f1,000 and two new uniforms per year, the duties to in elude that of License lnsi>ector. I I Mr. ?. K. How son has purchased . the American Hotel from Mr. 11. C. Vulll for $0000 and proposes refill-; ing the premises in such a maimer us ' to Include the store now* occupied McFar lane Kvans and the apart meats over the same. jeontidence has been worthily repaid kept us from fail! >g o.vrloanl. an: , and the long period of conservative the ship's doctor who told us wlun predominance lias synchronized wli U i to take mediciae, t .i.l ii.4 nuvpuny and generously aided the growth of himself who orJuvd Cue t.-iho . the imi>crial idea. At the last ,fn- |||8 name was Cm ; era I election n greut chongt* was! "| remember . ne :S�ib^ T*!1". .wrought in the balance of Mrltlsh ! cat tie on a thousand hills and some political parties and in the ills - � \n \\w valley, gay diners, a good 'position of polUical power. dinner, the dying day, and we were 1'he consequences of that change ;ruUed for Calgary at -l.fiO a.m. are likely to govern lour affairs for a "Now if you look westward on long time to come, t do not exam- September 10. you will see the sunj Ine the advantages of that change rising in the weary direction; but 1 nor do I wish to minimize its imnor- ; ;t is not the sunrise. That's the tance. It involves a considerable al- Overseas Limited' coming back, teration in political principles and | � 1 in the points of view and modes of thought of public men and in tbe character of domestic legislation , What you must try to do as far as I may l'*e in your power isto convince TO CLKAR BALANCE OP STOCK BEFORE SNOW FLIES ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. T. W. McNicob, Gciioml Manager, Lothbrklge, Alto. Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. OM stand-Round Street pp:o:c)io;o;o;o;o;o:o;o;o^ TELEPHONE NO. THK LATK MISS KIF.VK.lt. (Moncton Times.) FOR ALL KINDS OF your friends and kinsfolk in Cunadn that this change in Faigland. gi*\il ami far reurhiug though it has been, does not imply any wakening of ilie Ilritlsh |m*ople towards their k'th and kin across the sea. or in the carta**t and vigilant elTorts of th Many friends in the city will hear with deep regret of the death of Miss A Ida K lever, which occurred on the l.*ith Inst., at Lethbrldge, Allwrta. I The siid news of Miss Mever's death i i was received yesterday by Mr. A.IV I Tail, an uncle of the decease!. The deceased young lady was th** Fresh and Salt Meats ! Poultry, Etc. MIRON O^OaolOlOrOIOToTOOOOjO'O'nYVn' r7r ra*s. 11.00; vespers, 7.MO p. m. Uaily Servicer- Mass OliO am. Father Van Tighem. |Tho It is reported that tlw A. It. 1. Company will put on a train on the south line. What's the matter with a dally between UHh-t bridge and Cards ton. Our Lethbrldge friends should interest themselves in the matter for it would no*un much to them as It does to us , and. in fact, nil the towns along the j line. The trade is steadily increas - i j ing and (he company seem to be taxed to their utmost sometimes, daily train would *** a great help to this part and Is a thing we need pretty badly. Hev. Whitman and family of Dun* The of every legitimate service, military, 'diplomatic or commercial that r.my 1 be in our power. Tlwre are new Ilut * ,,M*n' ln,,|V u,'� "ther principles, tlvuv will lie dilTerent metluxls, but in 'he iv n I ral impulse, in the ultimate aim-namely, a solid defensive league of free ver and left Moncton for the west ' r about a year ago. For two ^or three' years previous to her removal from \ Moncum she taught music and had j a targe class of pupils. She was an active worker in the Central Methodist Sunday school and also the l-'pworth league. She v as greatly FIIOWY-LKCML- At Medicine Alberta, on Saturday. Sept. 1, . n . . / ... tt .> . . .guiding aspirations, in the 100*), by Itev. W. Mcolls, Hector ? . 1 . of St. Harnabas Church, John J. Proby to tiladys ljegh, ls>th of Medicine llat. , , . . , ,t ..i-t * ft* n�� t 4. xt t t ii . "> n l�v,ov,Ml ,,v n4'r ^,t'*"rt� ^ her nmuy ' 'xceilent '� tnul Xanadu a bear nu, ! *^u**tralla and New Zealand use that the IVr'iu prosperity. It is upon I literal clples of tolerance and trust I ial mutters, of freedom and erpi.ility in religious matters that they build their own international peace. It- is liberal imperial principles of o)',n- iul auttmomy of a lofty hutiuutity V"" | from the four provinces of Munltorm i l>r Saskatchewan. All>erta and Ilritlsh! tt IMC- ' [ ; Columbia. There is now more than j a million of people in the Western I Provinces. While the census fig.i *�s are not complete it is est Una ted 1 that the Province of Alberta will ! show a population of lfl0,O00 and FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL 1 of the Ilritlsh empire has alone been 000. which I Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. 7.ii0 p. m. . , A Sunday School and Olble Class at H I hi'ro: ,iui fmlto filowlv� ��^�^ tlien* is not much danger attached to the and, above all, of a peaceful foreign policv, that the structural cohesion , lh� inovinco of Saskatchewan IW,- '-w* The Province of Manitoba, achicvwl and will alone Iv maintain- | ,v"un ha(i 11 P�P��^^'�n ot 25fl,21l rfMVnrlfio- to claim bis orlvlhsres I n i 1 (|� not "riXo this lo >'�� ^ ! *" M lncm** 0i dea^ortng to claim his prlMleges cause I should like to see ibe self I �--l.00O in Winnipeg, and will pro;,- governing colonials pin their faith ! ttW-v show il populatu n of 400.000 { particularly to the LlU-ral party and jfor th l*,lit,s in HriUwh *-">>w��bla. | WE ARE ADVERTISED 5Y OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS the osculatoi*y lino. HIS FAftEWELL ADDHESS. p. m. t Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00t�ll,w- Tho l�Pul�w of Tabor .-ath er admiring games in which some I have heard of poor and sad con-givguliomi, but the saddest preacher I ever knew went from Posey coun-Ind.. to Pike county. Mo., where Xo census Columbia st(mated that with the i :KOOTENAY ty, p.m. Epworth League, p.m. Fridays, at 8.09 knox council. (Presbyterian.) .Itov. A, M. Gordon, Minister, Buwlay Services at 1100 a. in. and 7.:JO p. m. Sunday School at .1.00 p. m. IVtycr Mooting every Wetlnoaday evening at 8.0ft o'clock. BAPTIST TAUKHXACLE. Itec. C. Padley, Castor. bofly is "slugged" or sent headlong to grass, such as lacrosse, baseball, football and basket ball. Coif is lagging a bat also, on account of so little danger in playing it. Ihiseball seems to hold Ihe centre of the stage pretty well. Nona but the brave engage in theae games, and timid ones won't play-Some seem 'to  think that these various games are getting too strong ! a hold on tho minds of some indiv-' uals, and absorbs too much of their ada reali/e that in a liberal minis -try of England they will find true comradeship ami faithful, unrelaxing to\ service whenever they have need of it, you will lie doing gooM work In a good cause. Yours very sincerely. (Signed) "WINSTON S. CHCIiritlLL." the population is not far short of! John Hay discovered Little llreeches ami Jim Itludsoo, says an American tftory wilier. He was starving Oeath on donations of catfish, 'pos sum and a hundred dollar salary. ( Finally he made up his mind to go | away. With wet eyes he stood up \ In the prayer meeting to bid goodbye to his weeping congregation. "llrotbers and sisters," he said, wiping his eyes on his ml bandana handkerchief, "Fve calfcd you to- j _ gether tonight to say farewell. The ; "When my boy was two years old Lord has called mo to another place. ; m, ntto.f�Oo Thew figures give n total population to tho Western Vrovlnces of 1,100.000, and the calculation! prrdmbly will prove to be fairly %c-: curate. WAS A VKUY SICK liOV. SPfXAL COUI> OF A DO0 lleing (sed in Effort to Save of Engineer Olover. L.te Hut Curefl by Chamlterlaln's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy. Mmliclne Hat, Atta.. Sept. 7. -A  energy. Suivday Services at 11.00 �, m. an>n This )mH a mont wonderful 7.H0 p. in, ;sunimojwtho hest yet known undlhe Sunday School at .1.00 p. m. ; people down here at Talwr wouldn't Prayer meeting Wednesday evening j tnM|B thu XocMiy for anv t S.0f> o'clock jfc|liHpd.. |......� � � � am going to a hotter place. Cvej Cranbrook Herald: There aiv a been appointed chaplain to the j lot of papors that are amusing them selves t but Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera Diarrhoea Itemedy. we brought him out all right," sa.\s Maggie lliekox. of Midland, Mich. This remedy can be depended upon in Ihe most severe eases. Even choleea infantum Is cur-ad by it. Follow the plain print.nl directions and a cure is certain. For sale by All Druggists. very dimcult operation was pnorm-1 ed on engineer Olover yewterdiy at*- ] teraoon, in the Medicine lint bos -Pital by Dr. C. V. Smith, unrated t an I! by Dr. C. E. Smyth and Dr. Wo*#: ' lands. In the head-on collision Ust !u -1 penitentiary at Joliet. 'Wtiere T go ye cannot come, but T go to prepare Man" iMan" Ja place for you. those days by roasting Simpson. And yet tho never slept better. Old 'Obi day inght, Olover's back was in-en and the spinal cord mans!"'* -� hope of his recovery could �e e .1 'r-talned unless (he cord eould l#n n-[ilae