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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ill Spalding Baseball Goods MITTS, GLOVES, MASKS, BALLS BATS, ETC. J. J.JOHNSTON Druggist & Stationer i Seasonable | i Requisites j A LOCAL BUDGET. WaU'h Keaii's nil. If. l>di Ivns piiichasid iff. S'iiig ri'".'i anloDiobilo. A ball {i( Cjii'iiston in nid of llip llalL llosi.Hnl iictU'il .�G7.- Moth Bcills, Moth Bugs - nil sizes, Blue Stone, Formalin, Strychnine, best English, for gophers, wolves and coyotes ....... :J. D. Higinbotham: & CO.  Telephone 49 Night Bell  Snddlos-. Try A. OUR SCHOOLS Standing of Pupils for March, Names irf" Order oflMerit. Call up Transfer Western Co., Lttl., Tliu Kaglcs will Jiuld bull on ;\|)rii 28th. a nmsi]Uoraflo t'rinPM Mixliiru Cunnmn.v Ijinii'Uil. . 1{. will huild new stations at Cay ley and I-eaviivgs. j\Iartin OK-son Imvo.s in a few'tlays for his homcslead near S'tavuly. O. W. Mnnzcr wa. other day on 'his way from Calgury . ^fe-ssrs. Harris and .lojies, of. Xun-lon, jiiuy open a real estate ofUcc here. 11 lots on UedpuUi slivet; Iji^st irosidcntial jjart of town; will return .good profits.-A. M. McQueen. Mr; rrcd Turner, of aiagrat.h, was ^1 town on Saturday and Sunday, on his way to Calgary. Dr. C. W. Sauivdurs left for Jfa-.grnlh on Monday, having fully recovered Irovii his illness. ) Prill Instructor Oxlond started his drill classes at. the puldio schools on Tuesda.\'. Col. r'oi'fer has ivsigiietl hi.s tion as editor of the Calgary akl. �MfCool's liotel at Fort Steele .1 unction was destroittl by fire Saturday iiigKt. A business site on Round .stroot at less than surrounding property. See A. Jl. McQueen. O. I.. MeCrea, formerly C. P. U. agent here, is now at his home in Renfrew,Ont. 3trs. Oxford, of tli-e Xorlh Waf'J. has io joiu her husband in ''re.xiis. The best a'^sortnient of Cigars in S'dUthern .llberla at The Uenlley ('iiin]pan,v, IJmite,'!. Miss iVeisob, of .Swttlen is a guoA lit the home of Mr. and Ali's. C. W. S;eveiison,Norl h \Vard, .Messrs. Ikiu'lon, of Winnipeg, and lloi'ner, of Toronlo, were travellers who spent .SiiiKlay in town. Mayor Rogers was iiivitwl to dine �i!li Prince .\rihur of Connaughl at licbnoni on. He left last uighl to tie pri'St'iit. Mayor Rogvis has opini'd a liiiu-lier .'. ard at (lie lunr town of Warner, and .1. W. Iliirnside one at Coal-�i.laU'. Jlrs.' liners has relumed to Raymond, after a pleasant visit, with :>lrs. 10. .). Hill. II. SheriiTfin has taKe.n a home-s-tiNid Hear labor, and it is po.s-sibh' his V, ife and famils- will occupy il this snninier. � The llinlson ih\y Co. A Mii'ricaii ivsl aiu'anl bousi' for liquois until Ihi'ir lU'w luiil'diivg. MiUe Sai-ki.) assaulted .law. He appeared 'bei'or lihries aiwl u as allowed caul ioU. Wm. Raster, from Alugrat'h, was fined five dollars aifd costs b.v A. M. Iluiiipiirics for pedtlJing- uilhout a 1 7n another coliimu teiv.krs areask-atik. .1. ir. Flctwoad, L. II. Fowler and CJus Noidig (ovin a cainmittoc api'oinlefl by tho Fire Rl-igado to arrange for a bull after liu.slor. Mrs. Ceo. Rtjgors leaves louiorrow night to spend Kastvr with her daiig'h'ter, who is Httending Haver-{fal College, WinniiX'g. The proposwl inccirporator.s of fho .AIlM'rta Northern, which jiroposes to loU.-h Ijcthbri'dge, aix- all Walkerville men. W, ,). '{"'iKfinpson, of t'he HeroW sla'V, spent a few days in Oolgnry las! week. Ho iviurned with his wife and daughter, ]?elon-JMg to \V, C. Jve's recent visit to Cnrdslon, the Star flays; "Rilly" has a heap of friuiKifj hero who ain pleased to .sec him come. Host Harness and Baftton. The Lumber Co. took over the Adam's l..uiiil;or Co. business at (he first of the month. 'J'iioi^ comluel bit.siiioHs at their old yard for u couple of inoirths, JO. A'dnms will jji! in charge of their Ix'thbridgo yards. This �ill be good news to the people of this ti�wn, who woukl be \(uy sorry to have Mr. .Vdatns depart from Ohoir inidfjt. tientlei'son and Downer mot a Iit-avy; los.s .Sntnrdny. Their hoiut at Duii-nioro �!unction., which was Just it^ady for occupation, was completely destroyed by (ire. It is beliex-ed some j sparks from a' limsh heap wtarted j the l)lu/.e. 'J^he los.s will l.u .'S-l ,Oi)U or 85,000. There iH no insurance. They have no't tleci'dcil whether they will rebU'ikI or not. .1, Dobbs, of (-'owley, was bridge this week-. He has pci. in-ised the tine liotcl I'ccciitl.v ererled le .). S. Jliill a't Tabor, on the sfiu,li '-..le of the C. P, R. tracks, and e.vp'cts to have it in oporatiiui ly the middle  jMcDianrihl, C. .McU-nnan, A atwl ill both towns has won :Im' j i,p-: �! ohiison, K, Harrison, T. .Niven, utatiim of conducting a liisl-class Jielcher, .!. S-hernn, .\, .Mercer, house. '.\lclaiiy, consisting of Mile. lOva O.-xuthier, contralto; My. Albert \rchdeacon, iKiriione; .\dela ,,,(,,,, m _\i (jlajzer, A Better Train Service standing of pupils feu- March, namcK in order of merit. (-h.WTRAR S'l.-HOOL. High School Repurtment-Standard VII.-S. l''rcest one, .). Virtue, C Haley. Stnii'dard VT.-It .Niiniuons, O'. N'irlue, Winnifred ll.sssop, V. Ilys-1 soil, .1. .Maclietli. d. Conn, C. Nini-mons W. Hyssop, M. MadiluMgh, il. Jlensoti, ,\. Hardj, C. Slalford, A O'I lagan. IMIIRIC SCIIOOl- DI'IPARTMFXT. l.ih- Standard V.-Fn-d .lolmston, Wni. 1^ .Miebufh. W . Hy.s.sop, H. 1 liyinl.ol haul, \. Crofts, .1. Kenny, .v. Karris. II. .Mewbuin, l':thel Kluet-u-ooil, S. I.owther, It. ,\fc(.'ulloch, T. Rose, \. Rowjiett, Pleet-wood, J''. .Macbeth, .M. Shorthouse, K. Kemwburg, R. Kreeman, C.. Link, J,. (Rayzier, M. Rinis, R. Sherlock. Stamlaril J\'.-P. Harding, H. Uav-ies. P.. l.icynon, H. Hamilton, li. imicsou. , .'alg'ar.v, L' with !! J,,(Mhbri0. Jk'turmiig a connection will t'c mmk: at Mueleod with t)ie Cal. gnry' niorning train, the new train leaving M�cleoach ut both services in Wesley Ciiurch on Sunday. The subjects will be, 11 a. m., "Tho liank and l''ilo"; 7.150 p. ni., "l. A. Hall, of Prince .Mbert, will succeed 'him here. Here is gO(Kl news tor LelWbridge. .V mwtitiK of the directors of llie tUilwell Coal and Al'ining Co. was held in Calgury recently, when it was di'cidcd to put in a big plant at thi'ir mines near here as soon as railway connection was St;cur(.'d. �M. Rarfonl aiid wife returned from Winnip.-g- .Satiiwlay night. Thc.v had to s|)enil all da.v Saturday in Med icine Hat. owing to the train no making c.miH'Ctions Friday nig.'it. JVlr. Rarioril repiu'ls great excile.nieiU in Winnipeg over the street car strike there, and as far os ho '.-juld -scc-nied t o bo' gather, the .sympathy with the men. ^ Rclhlnidge fi ii'nds will l.c interested ill learning ihat the marriag'O is to take jdace on .'Vpril 19-th ot Miss fjaiira IliginlvoLham, daughter ot Lt. Col. Iliginbo'thum, (luolph, to Geo. It. Macka.x . son of Senator Uoht. Mmkny, of .Mmilroal, It is a furth-i-r pleasure to announce that this popular young couple, who have a wide lircle of ac,(|iiii'intanc(� here, will reside in Jj'thbridge. All-. Co.v. one of tho party^ of 10ng-| lishmen who recent I.v came here from Siiirex. l-'-nglaii'd, mot with an' (ler.i; I In- other day. H'a was or:'ing a loii'd of hi;s settler's elVects > his farm, whcni ihe team ran a-^ay. having I,eon frigiitened by a covorisl w.igon. .Mr. t'o.x was 'thrown i ut.] and ha'd a Ixme i'U his leg ',:r..len.| Rr. Cragg alteniK-d him. j Verne, solo jiianist; Mr. Ila.vden Wood, sojo violinist, ami Mr. i-'iaiik T. Wo'tkis, accompanist, to .Me'dicino Jlat i/n May Ihe 7ih, 'J'his is t'he Prlin.n iJonna's farewell toiii-, and Medicine Hut is to ie coiigratiilati-d on its goiwl fortune. Tho iv.ser\e .'eats are selling at !S'j..")ij, whixdi for an .'Mbaiii concert is remarkably cheap. Rev. .\. M. Conion has returned from Winnipeg, where he took part in the orgaifiKation of tlie Alpine Club.-Mourtta'in clinitiers from all over Cmvada were in-esent at t Ive niwting. 'i''}ie headfiiiarters it; the club will lie Winnipeg, but every .vear tire ineinlmrs will hold a summer eanip ivt some favorable location in the gren't ,t mountain ranges. 'Phis '.year's caiiip will ' be 'held at N'oho The primary o-lijecl of the club was to awaken interest among Canadians in regai'd to their great scenic heritage, which was .not surpassed li.V Ihe'Alpii. 5fr. tiordun was elected �. inember of the executive. The president of the �ivw'^ cIuIj is ;ili-. Wheeler, of Bunn\ .Tns. .\. 'J'uli.N , reiiresentaf ive of the Oddf-c'Mow's Relief A.^socialion, �Ss in town tor sevi.'ial da.xs last w.X'k. an-d nvade a visit to the l(;cal lodge oil Fiida.V night. On .Siiiida.v jWght he went to Cowlc.v, where he insti'tiitod a lodge'this wiek, assiKted b.v the Pinchirr Creek and Jfucleoii j degree taums. Mi-. 'Pully belongs to Pcterboro, Out., and is greatly impressed with Allierta. Ik; has cov-erofl the entire province, aivd thinks the climate *lown here is as near perfect us possible. He has visited all the loiigcs in e.Kislence in ,Mber ta, soim; eighteen, and lias orgianiz-ex lodgies at'Ri�:lM|niry. Carstairs and Cowley, and will form new oiv-s at High Riwr, Nnnton and liinisfai! before returning eo.s-t. Ashworth Aifderson, formerly accountant of tho Inion Rank here, but lately of l-JdmoiTton, has I�-en appointeil munagxr of iho Cnion Rank-^it Okotoks. iMr. Anderson lio-longs to a banking family. His father was a banker, ai.'d he has two brothers managing banks. Ite-Voro leaving Iwlmontou he was given a banipiet by his friends, 'ihe Hd-monton Saturda.v News .says; Friends of .-Vshwoinh .-Vnderson, accountant of the l-',dnioirton branch of the I'nion Rank, are congratiilatiiiii him upon his appointment to the managvr.shiii of the branch at Okotoks, Alta. His advancemeirt in the bank's service has 1 ceii most rapid, and the future shoiihl hold much for him. He v/ili lie iiuieh misseil in I'J.l-nionton. ' . Craiibrook, Mr. .Mi'gh- Oliver, .). Hni-i\hi, S. Hradbeer, A. W'irilnoj , It. lUadbeer. Standard JM.., Sr.-.M. P. R. /. .1. G. Faii'hurst, ' W. I. S'tainl'orth, yy .ilenderson, M. Jltitlon, 10. Morris, \. Kirkham, A. Niven, M. Mcl^eod, It. Crofts, t. Hamilton, G. Uowe, �ilyssoji, .\. Nai.smith, R. Shirley, A. j I'alerson, W, l''a.irhurs-l, C, Dooley, ,\. Dowsett, 1. Schweitzer. J. Liv-ingsume, i.M. Fleetwocd, JI. Smith, W. Watson, r.. Pe Veber,"!). Whitney. I,. Stewart, .1. l>i.\on, W. Oliver. P., Kerr, C. Rogers, R. McEwen, \'i. Washbrook, li. Hamnierbe^g, C, (iilbily:, .V, PiVtte.Son, F. Cmiltry, F.' I hit Ion. Standard III., J)i\. f.-.Anna 'Bol-eli.-r. I!. Adam, R. Crofls, W. Mc. The town is to have another nigh pohcenian. Jle will be paid $l>0 a �;.�� month. This, was decideil upon at .Monda.v night's council im^etiiig. it was decid("d to aiiKivd (Ire b.i-iaw ffoveviiing livery slables by adtl-in-g hack licenses, whii^h will coHt 5U o a year, hut the fee will not "appl.v i to per.sons holding livery licenses,' A hack was defined as any vi.-hicle used (or conveying |iassengers. The bW-lttw �ill also ttineirded to include licenses for automobiles wlen used as conve.vances for hire. R. Pilkin opplii-d for a hack license and ho Hill ha%u to con)pl.v wi'th tho new law. Ro.v Shafer's ap|ilication dra.'S' >ias grante.l. dowii Mac- -. leod, yon underhtand, btit to find on my return that the",,!;", clerk of the weather had been tre.-ititig the Irrigation City' V'rj-in the same rnanner on ihe Sabbath day was a distinct-i^^^^^ -sljock to begin witli. To liicio our disgrace, I goit a shovel,-^'!;! niid gave inysell' tho contrnct for Vnirying the, stuff, but foiRid it as hard to'get rifl ot as did Liidy Macbeth the oilier stiiiIts. Ill sliort. I took a long '*8t.itch,'' ami my private tiililress for tlireo or fou^ weeks will be '"Gait -J' Hoiipital." � Tho "remedy," OS Tlios. W. Lawson would call it -J:* is np U) yow-viz.: Keep my nssistants cheerful and con-tented tty purchasing cveiytliiitg yon require in my larger ^* liud varied .'itock until I nm around again. You won't bny if j'oii don't need-you are always t(,-l)ii)g us that -Iml do tlie best yon caii. See -the goods and the prices anyhow. ROBERT THE BOOK STORE. ?X"X�.X"X"X":�:":";":"X*� 5.:i(i 7.'>2 lO'.t.lC ' re])orted Alai'ch riie following accounts were ' present o'l: S. .J. McRiarmid.......... .Siiecloek l-'re.-nuiii it Co Riiildcr's Iron Foiiinlry.. Geo. P.ogers.................. .. Geo. TRigers................. LciWindgo Herald........ I.etfthridge News........... The . Secretar.s-Treasurer un overdraft at liie lunik on 1st of .en the lane in Rlock A now fenced in by him.. .'Vpplications were received for a si-dewalk on the south side of Ford Street,' from Smith Street to the Macleod Road; u sidewalk on the we.sit side of Smith street from the end of the present wiilk near Ruffer-in Street to Upmpns' Street; a cement wolk oa � Round Street from Redpath fo Riifferin, along the west side, and a sidewalk along Cral^be Street past t4ie Rank of jWontroal They wore all referred to tho Works and Property Commit'loe. \ ttdephone will be placed at l\lr. Rood's residence at the pump house. F. --v. Wiillace applieil for tho position ot city engineer. It was filed until such time as the town is in a position to employ a city eivcin �er : \ $!'> reb'ale on watei' rntes was allowed Reed & Co. Akl. McClure aiMl Oooh'.v were a])-poi.'tled an a.'se.'ssnv'nt eoinmil tee. You Need them in Spring Time Builder's Hardware Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron, Etc. C. W. GRAYoe THE HARDWAHE.MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 FIRE AT NANTON, S. .1. Mighton, of -l>ent Mo'iida.v in town. 11. i:. Tree Planting' Do not forget to plant one tree On Arbor .Da.y, since it will be A joy for those wlio see it grow Through sununoi''s hent and winter's snow. A Many enthusiastic tree planters will work every day. To do this in comfort LINEN HAT A LIGHT SHIRT -AND- A SUIT OF OVERALLS AKE .lUST THE THING. Tliey can lie bovght h\ liG.H. Johnston's| ton owns one of the finest cigar stores in the Kootenays, and thinks Cranbrook is an .-Vl toivn. Ho reports gootieved Leihbridge was going to lie a second Calgary. .Mr. Mighton; thought � well of the town, loo and sn;,s ho can see no reason to prevent it from being a iiig cit.v soiiio '.lay. Rovl Carroll, who iias stmwl ijeside one r/f the chairs in Ott vt Riillick's shop for seme tiiiu', left ^ Monday iiigtil '.or lOduioiilon to ac-cofrt H jiosition. Rod inadi! an .At repirtation while here, and should do well in tho northern capital. A. largii audience was pr, sent at the birthday concert �.gi\en in Wesley Church on Friday evening. The programiiie was of a very .seUct character, and was rendercl in a most sucees.sfiil manner. The appn-c-latiou of the 'nudiouce was shown In the hearty encon-s that greet i-d each nuniilier. The solo s-elecl ions by Mrs. noeve ami .Miss Riirnett showe-d to advaii'taBV' their sweet \'oioning selection. The proceeds of the evening will net 87:"). Rov. -Mr, Hiiileriid will hold a Scan-, dinavian .service in Wesley Cliurch on Sunday afternoon at two o'clock sharp, Mrs, C. M. .Vrnold's post nuptiap reception held .veslerdoy afternoon, ut t'he home of her vniroivts, was vcr.v onjoyablo indooJ, and man,\ called to wish the bri'dc much joy ^d happinosK. JNFrs. Arnold was charming in hor bri'dal gown of white, silk crepo de chono, tastefully trimmed with handso'ino luce aihl seed pearls'. She was assisted in receiving hy hor mother, Mrs. G. L. Vroo-man, who was gowned in a [irotty white silk muslin, touches of lavender ami ruohing-s ot lavender silk. Mrs. Goo. Rogers, Mrs. Tj, AI. .lohnstone and atr.s. F. Colpmun a.s- spells si.steri b.y tho Misses Vrooman, iisiifg llnrdie ond Wilniott, looked after tho guMlH in tho tea room, whero tho '.iaint.v table decorations df carnations, cnndlcs, and ijillowy tulle were gi-eatly admired. George Hess came near losing his home and contents ln.s't Saturday' niorning through fire. As it. was. their clothing, bedding and everything in the kitchoi) and bedroom wos destroyed, and tho insitlo of both' rooms was damaged be.vond ri'pair. The lathing and plastering and lloor will have to be torn out and with new material. The only damage in the front room was cans-' ed by smoke and injury ti> fiirniture; in moving it out of ths building. It is not certain just how the ffre started, but it is the opinion of Mr. Hess that some clothing hanging on a line near tho stove were ignitetl. He uas asleep, and was awakened about two o'clock b.v hearing the stove fall, tho lloor underneath 1 eing burned through. Ho lost no time in getling bus\' and summoning assistance. Fortunately there was no wind at the lime, and a good well of water right at the door. Mr. �He.s.s was protect-Racon, I eil hy insuronco suflicient to .over Morris, F. llagell, C. 'ld : Bi^ Cash Sale of  Tai1cJ* Mcd� OvthM ! Waddell, .T. Gillespie, Callahan, T. Mitcliell, (Irayshon, .1. V. Pr.ictor, i'. .1, Scott PRIMAUV JR. Part 1 , Class 1.-M. Thompson. N. .MacLeod, J. McK'a.v, C. M. i.eck, P. Stafioi-d, O From now until March 1st we will give you your f choice of any Suit in the window from $23.00 on  to $25.00. These prices can't Suits now while they last, so get your are cheap. C, .\lorun, (L .Anderson, ' gfiods. 'Nantoii News. Davis. Sinclair. t'la.s.s II -W. Hervey. .1. Shurpe, w. Ui.Kun, ij. Sici%. ('. .\llham, Goodman, W. Shari>. M. Saiidham. Claris HI.-.\ Livingstone, W. Sawchut, II. liuU'hinson, /,. Piix's, ,1. Ivingslon, 1-'. Woodcock, |{, Scott, W. lieed. J\ .-li Nn-en. M. Kiliniburg, .\. Seaman, It. ralliot, G. Scott, R. I'albot, .M. .lai'ii-. W. Thomiison, L. riioiiipson, W. Hr.iun, M. Sinclair. Maud Seam.111. .1. Slratton, II. Goodman. Mane Seaman, F. Virtue, N'. Turnbull. \l. Parry. W h> r.M 1 N S riOR SCHOOL. Sl/indai-.l II-i; Watson, S. Stolz, M. MiKcn;'ii'. A ll.sssop, A. Logan, W, Pitni-y. II. \1 Vully, M. Kerr, L. Cain. .1. . M. Nimmo'ns. 1 . I't. 11.-T. Watson, 111,. l-'i'i'ko, M. Logan, \. McGullin, U. Roiil-1. I.. Ferko, A. Hurst, rn'iuis. W. IVtrie. PlilMAltV. IS.'. I\'.-.1. McTuggurt,; i'. ilanleiier, 11. Hop-1 \. liiley, P. Sprout, i Pilev, \\. (Hoer, IX.  (jllnzing (t'r.iiiiidt^ 4 W. M. BARBER % Paintsion, L. Uarvio, W, Riley. (,'Uiss 1-(1. I'.ulmer, K. Hopcraft, .\. Co.-i. II. IMssell, AL Faton, M. 'I'omi. G. Peacock, L. llislop, G. Daticoisne, W. tiloor. -o- GIHP QCICK'LY KNOCKED OUT, "Some weeks ago, during tho severe winter weather, both my wife and my.soLf (O'l)tlaclod .severo colds, which speedily developed into the j v,'oi'st kinil of la grijipo, with all itsj miseral.ilo syiuptoni.�![" saye Mr. J.i l'4;)estoii, of Alaplo I./a'mling, Iowa. "Knees and joints aching,! nniscles sore, head .stO'pped up, oye.s I and no.sii running, with alternate' of chills and fever. We licgan ; Cliainberhiin's C'ough Reinie, Salt Herrinf?, and Mackerel, Lobsters, Shrimps and Clauis, Salmon, Sardines, Oysters, Olau) Juice and Chowder, Freehand Kippered Herrings, Deviled Crabs on Shell Fresh Eggs 20c ]5or Don. Try a Packago of Norka tl>e New Breakfast Footl. i R.A.WRIGHT The Jeweler ^ SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO Sin ;