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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 4: I !s 3 i THAT BIG Auction Sale: Saturday, April- J4th TABOR IS GROWING Has secured acres south and east of Lcthbtidge. They will be locat- ing hundreds of Homeseekers from ail 'parts of the United States and Canada i: at sharp WhiliK-y's Livory stable llu1 following: One. 2 Wagons, 1 set work llnniQSs, 1 Buggy, i set single .Harness, 2 Horses, 2 Mares, 1 team of Work Horses. GUS NE1D1G Auctioneer Talii-r if, supplied busi- iu's a niching business. place is i'ioso to the sta- licm: Jloutflin is located in new quarters, lighted ou the front jvivd 1BUY NOW 0 s i IF I'Ol! WAXT .V (idOl) C'HOK'E LIST KEAN'S plate whole (lass windows -that and width' of tho now Wood T" KJltR Oliief of'tlie Fii'o pardnont, has'luiudwl us thtj follow- ing ii'followed by our cttixens, will reduce perious con- flairralibns to a minimum in this town: 1. Don'-t pla'co a kerosene lamp or other wlioixi a 'blown IF YOU WANT A PURCHASER FOR YOUR FARM, 1UXCII. Bl'SlNKSS. OK RESIDENCE. WR1TH Oil WALL OX i fO.S.KNISELY Agent Norlli Aim'riean Land Co. BALMORAL LKTUBR1DGE High-Class Confectionery Boyci's Candy Is Delicious skle by run the on Hotel. Probert occupy a HL-ut -ami tastefully ;u store nearer the residential ter. As far as we could make out on a. ramble through there are, in aXlclition, a gent's fur- nishing siore. two butcher s-hops, several restaurants, a tailor shop, a 'store, a couple of barber 'shops, and olhm- places'of business. Win. Probert. n live and respected is overseer of the village. Ifo is the right man in the right spot. can reach -ti, "2. Don't K'O to Lod and leixve a keroseiMJ lamp burning. H. leavo matches about ex- cept uwt-al or eart-lien reccptticles. 4, 1km' t keep matches where mice can at them. REAL ESTATE TALK Tli.i All-prtu He-ally sold "u sec- lion cf irrisfalfd UVml lo. some Min- nesota .Mr. Millar, of North Dakota, pur- chased 080 ncres> "of lands near Stirling from the Alberta ,'Real- 10 Co. DR. P. W, TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 3f Over Shop. 10 moon; lo p. to p. ui. Office Nlgku and Telephone 0. nixl fi.IJownmn hos sold t'ho lots buildings o'.vmd by A. Eastern at the rour of W. 0. Jives' of- nmlTnbor will never him at the holm. behind with All the Freshest Fruits on the Market Great Auction Sale If Cream und Ice Cream Soda a Specialty. Try a Chocolate Sundae Of Household Furniture, belonging (o C. McDonald, at liis residence, soiuh of town on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, AT 2.30 p.m. SHARP Consisting of Bedroom Suite. Parlor. Dining roohi and Kitchen Ohairs. Cook aud-Heating Centre and Kitchen 'j'abies, Curtain. Blinds. Carpets and Linoleum. Mo Cart. Chamber. Bets, Dishes-and Cooking Utetis'ls, Saddle and Bridle and other articles too numerous to uieulion. GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer. fs lengthened hy our pro- coss of laundi'riutr thyni. i At the end of a great "colored" revival meceing at Waco.Texas, pre- I hided over by t-be great negro Dowie _ of this known as "Sin Killer i "of the mourners w-ho had been converted had the boldness to i ask the revivalist, am -de dif- ference between hcatness of hell presided over by Salan, and an f-arthry fire." Hereupon the divine 'looked f.rsr nt and the new convcrtT Flnolly, he r said: ''Brethren and sisters, she new convert hwah, Simpson Greene, hr.s asked me to tell him how warm hcli compared witih an earthly fiie. 'I want this ion and our new convcrtVto Hsten to the hrutness guarded and fixed by V.r- Satan, and one on earth. You in dis holy edifice Hsten! Pennsyt- in from Lucan, Ont. Spending a year in Winnipeg, -llr. Walker's fabhT- er and mother -came out to Agricolo before a railway of in this country, and F'rank A. 'hat ac- ncquirc-d the experiences of right in Northern having been en- gaged in farming, stock raising and btore keeping at AgrScoIa and Fort Saskatchewan. Jfr. Walker has "al- waj's been an. active worker on. the Liberal ?ide of politics, having 'held i.he post of secretary, ami acted ex- officio. as it -as the spirit ami mainspring of the party at the Fort, and his election to the Legislature was "undoubted] v -his due. I'riw WinutTs in Chicago and IVntuion. All tcreil. All young 4 years old. Hon. William Henry Gushing, Min- ister of Public Works, who spoke here Tuesday night, is a native of Ontario, the plare oMiis birth being Ivcnil in the' County of Wel- lington. His father, Wm. Cushing, was a farmer, .ire" received a public school education, and followed the business of contracting until" 1883, when he located in Calgary, ami is now the head of the firm of Gushing Bros., snsh and door manufacturers, which" was established in Branches of this firm have been op- ened at Edmonton and in Regina, and at oiher points. Mr. Cushing ha-s been of the most successful business men in Alberta. He has been mayor of Calgary, .and for. a number of years alderman. "He has -dem take all; dc coal and West ;ogftlwr. Hew down all dc pin-s wifc hcing ionjlcriy Miss Mary the two Callinas and riray in rlis Caters, of Kenilworth. He is R colloction or coal. Do you r.coop up all tks (le world -and rtis fire. Neck Comfort wV.cii yonr collar lias Tn'otir. biun- dry is iron oil vri'th a smooth, round, comfortable cxtgc-- uo extra charge eitlif-r. Phone 14o. Wa'ubn Let us try a lot for you. We liavo fnv tine auintals i for salo at i Whitney's Livery Stable, LETHBEIDGE frcm t-his Vi-ud have won ovor fsfitvn .first and I'ior.sTiirss al thr- Winnipeg" coal sot it on enrthly. fire bjsrn 'of it is a bilin i IX'.i, thr oil in it on Now Jjet dis boon president of .the board of He has been twice married, his pres- is prominent member of the Methodist Church. Hon. William Thomas Finlay, Min- of Agriculture, is a native oi till Ixjing the only member of and the Cabinet who is not Canadian j horn. Tie at Lisburn, Ire- This earthly fire, and the difTcrancci lnm] on 12, 1852 the hoalness of Satan's hell After-'- 'a under tho tuHion fire and his earthly fire is Mrat Mr uhite, ht came to Can- ninn would frwze to death -in in..i87.j.' anrt par.hly fire. This-is how worm -hell ,s. T.mes Herald. received employ- t ment with merchants in Montreal Mr, F-'inlay has been -a resWent of Al- t Iwrto.'for 22 years.- In 1S83. he cWme FOR FIVE' t: 7v! DXEY AND LIVETl TROUBLE. settled iri "'his' present home Hnt, he first en- jpttged in the lumber business. Since iliat. however, tie has Tfecn interested speaker lie is a cyclone, ar.cl swept the statements made by ance- The news of the conduct of the mob was "sent all over Canada, and naturally put this town in a bad light, and took away from T'he strikers any sympathy they might have possessed amongst citizens here and elsewhere. light of the crowd, by Duncan Mar- shall. Mr. Marshall 'had the audi- ence him from the start, ami two or-three interrupters goo.-more than l.arg'aincd for. In the Opposrt'ipn representatives clean cfi their feet. Mr. speech was one of-the best" ever" heard here.' Mr." Cushing impressed all his hear- ers with his honesty and ability as an administrator. lie does not r.ro- fess to be a spellrbimler, .but: deait with 'the public problems in a busir ness-like way. Mr. Cushing urs- mess man, ana 'is carrying business rnet-hacls into the administration of his department. When C. 1C. ".Will Lct'hbrklge receive its share of pxiblic- moneys whether a or-Opposition candidsitti is Mr. Cushing replied, "It makes no difference to mo which party Ltthbrklge supports, I will see that yoii' will always' get whut .you are entitled there :m outburst of'applause. Jas. A. Macdonald ARCHITECT Block, Redpath Street. LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. WESTERN WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO, Ltd. Railroad Transferring, -Dray- ing and General Delivering. Coal Delivered .Promptly.. HAY, OATS; SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AT THE POLICE COUHT.- Robt. McKray came into town last week aixl cut things loose. He smashed win-dows- in order to let people know he was around. The police nwltffxl'him, and-he had to pay a" fine of costs, trod also meet the damages 'he caused-to prop- erty. Andrew Dusit was drunk and" dis- and, smashed some property belonging to a Chinaman. Ha was fimxl and had to pay damages. Tfts. Welsh got drunk nird is now spending 14 days -in goal.- NOT DUE TO DEFECTrVrE SIDEWALK Mrs. Henderson's accident was not to. as stat- ed in another column. F. H. Sherman held -his fhval rally in Oliver's Hall last night. Jas. Saiklham Ash- croft made a few remarks on the labor question, ami was followed by who, as .usual, round- ly amiscd his opponents, making his customary insinuations and reflec- tions." On Tuesday evening 3Ir. Sher- man spoke at ami J. W. atkircssbi Mr. Kcfrer A., also AGENTS FOR McCormick Cockshutt iMachsnery Webber and Adams Wagons Canada 'Carriage Iluggies. Etc. j. 'Plione 63. Manager. --At Hayinoml last night a reusing meeting was held >in the meet- ing house. Dr. Rivers made an ad- mirable chairman. Addresses were 'by Hon. W. H. Gushing, J. Woolf, Jr. L. A., Duncan -ITarshall and W. A. Buchaitan. Exceptionally fine ".music''1 was. ..contributed 'by tho Clarke family, of Stirling. An excel- lent band a-n-d orchestra ol so assist- ed. SEEPING TREES ARRIVE. GRIP KNOCKED "Some weeks ago, during the sev- ere winter weather, both my wife end myself-rontmctcd severe coldsr which speedily developed into the worst, kind of la grippe, with all its miserable says Mr. J. S. Egleston, of ifaple Lawling, "Knees and joints aching, muscles sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose running, with alternate spells of fever. We began using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a double dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv- er and by its liberal use soon completely knocked out .the grip Sold by all druggists. The A. B. T. Co. have just rc- ceiypd a consignment of seeding- -trees i from thb Dominion Government to !l-c distributed amongst tho settlers. People .the iminodiatc neighbor- of T-ethbridgc will need to hustle and get in 1'heir orders. 1 -O George Rbgers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed.. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- OF MANSLAUGHTER Holcna, Mono., April jury in t'he'He'mey murder case this mom- ing brought a verdict of man- slaughter, and Remey_ will be. sen- tenced on Saturday. This was the secbrrd trinl of "Rsmey for the mur- der of Vvassbn Oliver, llcmey receiv- ed the verdict with the utmost calm- ness. SIFTOX BACK JX CABINET.; WIXNTI'KO STUTKE STvTTLED. Ottawa, "J suffered for five years with kid-iin Branching, having; organized the any otiror and liver troirble. which causetl Mrqicine Hat uancmng" Company, f .Winnipeg', April street n way strike was over noon. .The inen pot an axlvance one cent an -'in April K. that -within a year will be in the as minister of the for two. ;.Thei'C is' t-hc union, but the men are to ITon- W T'rinco, winning first at j severe pains acre ss the ond a'which has large ranches in Dominion Kxhibition. Winnipeg' blinding headache. I had -dyspepsia1 Jle has paid a great i uanffna ami Diploma at the AVRS so conFtipaUd thnt I couM.o'" aUoniion lo rancbmg-aml mwctl to ,..eir p Gouia Fair. 10C-1, ovor oil ages. rot move my bowels without a matters, nnd is woll fitted the union. >o arlntration clause is have, been stallions! T was cured' l.y- Chamber- (hc port folio which he. holds. lie.; ins _) chief justice of ihc'supremc court of refuscfl the Nova i Scotia governorship. Tlie cost of t-he strike" was the Monirinc Tint ivosnitat for Mclntyrc's majority in Strath- .na v.as 1.000.. MacMilian, Colquhotv Bcattic In .the general election to the veors. ot Colgary will nn in Toronto, i of the Xorthwest Ter- i-JJV, J.ns. Cook and ritorics. to F.. J. Tl. Medicine Hat, have Miss Catherine A, .A.Hott, of Brandon Manitoba appointed licvnse for district 15. commission- In rfltgion he is a Presby- of cessions asked. ibncausc- the water was cold, but I There -was grvat scene -at the plunged right in and stnick for the close "of the cor.ferchce at 13.30. The other shore and met the angels smil- men cheered an-d