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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta I$1.00 per day Opposite .P.R. Depot I Stephens & Itockcndorf S Propriel.c i:s SKtemiAN wtu. oriT. MXlafys Kootenay Steel Rankle grates are made extra heavy Ml stroiyl Kootenay Ran^e London^ Toronro�Monrrt�l iCalgary. Albertal iJ^^l^Mf-V*n�.��.r.SfcJ.I�ltEL ^3S^S2?^2^BRODlE & STAFFORD mi.ytpi TU'H tJ. will Not Sock lle-Kloclion tricl I'n.'siOotit. |>i.M - ; l''iti�liiiK of 'lui-j i\t. Itir noxl will not sot^k rcMjlcc'tion t') nioKl imtiortanl position. SOLD KOB �HH�,CHH>. r. Di-ewery Troiwrty at Disposes of Coal I'incher Ciwk. (Cranbrook lleraJd.) J. C. Brcu'cry, of mining famo, I>nNscfr. Drpwcrj- has mad*; a turn on his coal iiropcrty npar I'incher Creek aiwl that hli\er and 1'ingil.neer Itose, who wero killed in the C.I>..lt. head-on cullis -ion here on Aug. ai, brought in the  i;it 1 following veixlict last niijht: I "Wo find that W. Ci. Oliv��r and ICnfrinoer Hose canie to their death as the result of t\ head-on collision. Iwtwwn fifight trains 1,401 and 1,300, running between Mttdicine llat and Dunniorc Junction. This collision was caused by the withholding of order 289 from Conductor Kenny of l,30fi by Operator Cuivler i>l Punroora Junction. ^ "We consider that the C.P.R. was guilty of neglect in not having a night ' operator at this point and thus leave the operator fi-ce to attend to his duties as titvin despat -Cher, and in %iew of the fact th.'\t over thirty trains pass that point every twenty-four hours, we wo;dd rccomnirend that n night agent should ^ya placed there at once." KEAN'S To Arrive This Week PEACHES PEARS PLUMS CRABS. Etc. THE FINEST (,)rALTTY YAKIMA FRriT SOLE AGENTS OAS AT TABKll. IXSPKCTORATE KSTA BUSHED. Leave yonr ordprs for pn-serving Cftndies - Cigars Ice Cream, etc. FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVEL'NC PUBLIC IXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$ 1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I lleatlquarters of Police for Now at niairinore. �  mm (Frank Pupec.) District J. W. Kean &Co Opjjosite P. O. 'Phone OS ' Glazing Graining W. M. BARBER Pivintcr and Decorator Carriage Painting a six^cialty Kalsoniining Paix-rhanging TOWN LOTS I Residential Lots in Blocks "C" and -T," Apply to H. ^|ACB�TH Real Estate and Insurance. ROYAL ^ HOTEL! TABER, ALTA. Jrvinc & Lemon, - Proprietors! Rates $1.50 ond $2.00 per Day Tlio long contenrnlatcKl chaiiifc in headcpiartcrs of the mouu'..-d j.rl.ce for this district has l)een niuiio, the ins|>eclor having Inwn rcnio.vd f-.Mii IMncher Cixvk to Ulairnior^-. Tho change was made "last v.p'sk wliv>> In-s|wtor T. S. Itclcher. � rc-n.-n l.v ;;p -pointed to succeed Inspector t .'.ni es I who was sent north f.irly in the! summer arrived and enu.iJ'Ni tt.i'' O'- j Ihig'an home at lllairnuire as > rcsi- ,__ donee. Inspector Uelcher niiVfi his j fa.nily up iron, .Pincher friday. j '^hinW of Dr. Shoop s Catari-h Cure Provision for a t�rracks .,t J'la r- discharges- mo�. has not vot been nu.l_> .s h " '�'^'**th is foul or feverish. Tt suitable building ha.s n~t b.^en f n i.d | Kocalyptus. Thymol, annt boring machine is still.nt work ami is now down a depth of over .'MM) feet. Xo wuter of any account has as yet lieen found. A petition has been sent in to the goTOrnnient signed by the ratcpa^-ers of Tatier and district, asking that tlie horinj; lie continued to a depth of 3.000 I'oet if necessary to ascertain the i-vist -once of gas similar to that obtained at 3ledic(ne Hut. In the event of g:>s Ijeing foumi the water r|uesli-.n could lie solvit! b,v using g^as power to pumf> water from tho I>'ll.\- river which ties a. mile and a half north of the townsito. new town of mamer Wo iire MOW prepared to olVer for sale btisiness tinil rosidunce lots in the Now Town of Warner on tiie Alberta Ruihvay, yO miles south of Lotlibriilge. This is the most promising new town in Southern Alberta. It isthe contre^of a largo area of fertile ngri-cultuml lands, Tlio topography of jthe wuntry on either side along the railroad makes it the most acccsible business cfentre. It will control absolutely tho trade of a very large territory. 100,000 acres of land tribujary to Warner have booh sold this summer to over 400 American fanners, a large number of whom will Ijecome actual settlers. There is now a large new hotel Ijein^ built and there are already located a Store, LiveryrBarn and Lumljer Yard and several residences. Now is your opitcrtunHy to t�( lots chcsp. The earlier 'yon buy the bette r selections you can ntike. Prices will run from $100 to $1200 for business lots and rom $2o to $75 for residence lots. Write O. W. KERR CO., LETHBRIDGE . . . ALBERTA or apply at their offices in the Southard Block. A, L. WARNER-Proprietors-O.W. KERR CO. All Bugs^es and Farm Wagons Will be soM �l COST FOR CASH TO CLEAR BALANCE OF STOCK BEFORE SNOW FLIES I heatlquarters at the center of Pass Is another recognition of i incivasing importance that itt i ; to the district. '!l:e the Call at our store for free trial liox. Sold by J. D. Tliginbotham tt Co. FATHKII OK K. J. HILL'. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. McNicoL, Qenenil Manager, Lethbridge, Alta. Now occupy Adams Lumber Co. Old stand-Round Street FKEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION PAo.o,o.o,o.o.o.o:o:o:o:o"o'o'o"o'oTo"n CHURCH OIRECTO.'iY. CATHOLIC ClILUCIJ. Sunday Services;- Low mass, 8.:!U a. in.; high :iia3.s, � 11.00; vcspt'i-.s, 7..'iO p. 111. Daily Scivicis:- I Mass O.ao a.iii. Fathoi- Vnii Tighpiii. ^ rrcrrrrrr(S^^ ______ COOL AND REFRESHING Rnwat's Lemon Squash, Rowat's Lime Juice Cordial, Rowat's Raspberry Vinegar, Caley's Fruit Drinks. Lorimer's Lemonade Crystals, All Good and Wholesome SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 (Cranbrook flerald.) John Hill, of Brussels, Ont., father of W. J^. Hill, of tMs i-.t.v v t-od with Mr. Hill antl family several da.vs tho past week. Mr. Hill is �. Higinbothom t Co. i Vr. Shoops Hostorative would deconi.' �piile general,, tho u.so of tho slide stone tor building material, when it hocomes known how cheaply a cottage can lie built of rt. Hill has a fanrily of seven l)oys anil two daughters, and all arc doing well and reflecting credit on the training their father gave thcni nn the old farm in Ontario. K. .J. ilill I of Lethbridge, John Hill of Oxbow, Man., T. R. Hill of Vancou\-cr, W. D. Hill of Cranbrook, Fxiward Hill I of Movie, Norman Hill of the Ok;in-agan, and Mrs. Dr. Rivers of Rii,v-niond, .\lbcrta, and Mrs. H." A. Slat or of Vancouver. There are grand children galore, and the grandfathor has been making a tour of the country and paying- a visit tt� all of them. Utr. IMll, Sr.. .said that it had been a great trip, and he was going homo entirely satisfied at last that the children were able to take care of themselves. -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIRON no you Kxow vms ix)Ctor? AGENTS FOR McCorinkk&Cockshutt i Machinery .* Webber  and Adams Wagons *. Canada Carriage Co.'s % Buggies. Etc. J. F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Manager. what c. k. J). wood said. DRAYING All kinds of Dmying and Team work flone promptly. EAFL KIRKHAM The Regina Standard says; "C. 'E. D. Wooa.ssenger, the latter drew a revolver and snapped it at him. On the arrival of llic t'uvn here tho incident was reported and Detective MacNomara arrestccl the rmssenger. In the Police Court he said he was Dr. McLooert set in type the translation of the golden platus alleged to have been discovered by .los.-!ph Smith throe .years before in the hill of Cuuiomh, The purchaMr of the prt'ss is .lowtph F. amith, of Salt I.nko City and It Is to I.* housed in the Mormon tabemaclo. Mrs, .lohn Labatt, wife of the welt known Ixindon Brewer, died suddenly. She took some medicino in which n drug clerk hod' placed poison by inUtak*. The laxativo effect of Chamber -Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets i so agixwabtc and so natural you can hardly realize that tt in produced by; a medicine. These tablets also cur indigMt-ion and biliousness. Price 2 cents. Samples free nt All Drug gist*. Jlenr^E Carscallen, M.I'.P. of Hamilton, is clead. The Dominion bye-cloction Jit Fast. KIgin, will bo hold on Oct. 4. J. A. DonaM, a St. Mary's, Ont., lawyer, dropped dead. Rev. Dr. McMullcn' for many years paator of Knox Ch�n-ch, Woodstock, Ont., hai roMlgned. WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISriED FRIENDS ; KOOTENAY 1 MARBLE : WORKS Shackleton Simpson & Up. � Manufacturers of  Marble and Granite  MONUMENTS i WhaUsaie and Detail  : NELSON,B.C.:  � -- J  B.C.MOORE.LocalAst  Draying and Team Work All kinds of Dray ins and ToAih Work siven prompt attention; also No. 1 BBlefl Hay and Oats for sale A. BRUCHET ^ When You're ; Getting Glasses | Get tlietn ri(;lit. Have them fitted fis they should be. Have the lenses., made for YOU-to your nioasure. Then you may road when you like, where you like, and as much as you like, and you'll not need to turn or twist the book, looking for eye comfort. Not an eye pain or nn ache. No closinpc of eyes for rests while reading, no headaches, no inconvenience fit all. Today would be a good time to coinnience to have yowt eyes looked after. Consultation is free, yonknow -any time you call. No charge for anything but the glasses, W. J. ArmstroDj^; ; JEWELER ENGRAVER ' OPTICIAN. > Aoent