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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Spalding Baseball Goods MITTS, GLOVES. MASKS, BALLS BATS, ETC. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist & Stntionur A LOCAL BUDGET. Wn(*li Kciiu'h ad. I .('Ml is 111*111" its IIii lull. Tomorrow is flood Friday, Host Harness nnd Saddles. Try A, 1 Insloit. lhtldy Muck pit id tin* lown n visit i'i week. \V. r. Ives in Mitelciwl Plowing nnd Die count ry. niiil will* spent Htliitlity seeding is gvneral In Fresh KeiinV. grains today and rhuhttrh tit TIki Fugles* i' lii'li! on tin' nios ptcriide L'I III. Imll In to Kenny was |M>lnt-�ii a commissioner for taking afll-ikivlts Mrs C. C. Itcmt'lryk spent a few day m of Inst week In town, the guest of Mrs. N'ouiK.*. A party i:f Kansas people have purchased nine sections of lnnn th� Hank of Monf.eal lure, is u son of .1 tulip* Woods. Stratford, Owt. I' Kooney's tnl.y hoy hits lieeti i it.v ill all week, and for a thin* tho lii tie fellow's life wus ilespuln-d of. Mi-ti hnve been nt work for the past week grading the new uthli'tic mounds a* thi' south end of the ' ovv ii. Important Notice Seven Stitlnjrlnml Slh'U.'1'H bog to announce to the Indira and frontIcmeti of Let hbrltlge and vicinity, that they have made arrangement!) with .1. J), Hig-itiboMiutn w ilc-pol is completed. I). .). Whitney, to the Hern I -l'i r goitluess sake stop that utl. about an incubator for sale. 1 have had a I'.'l. if upplleanls for it " Mr. Tl. I,. 'lhuni|.Mim, of Kimball, is now in (lie (bill llospitul, wheiv he will uiiili rmi an operation for the removal of an abscess I elow his Ionuue Mii.voc I Intuitu i\ in town jesierdiiy I'/dmoiitou, where banquet io, l'i in llMllljIlI . Not. How.-, r, i.l who has been a pulient. Hospital for some linn held a Church of at fnrdston luKt Thus Tartar, of Stirling, s|h't)t � f.-w days of ttvis wee', in � lepnrts a lot if settlers coming ii-that ilislrii-t. Mr. We'ili-r. of North |>akotn. i on-lit ">UU acres of irrigated land near Coaldnle. He is greatly pleas-  -.! with this iiiurilr.v. 11.11 iv Mieli.lill is not utile to in-ive arouiil like a sprinter nt pres-. ni. irs l.e is hiitteriiig from u slight "Mack nt rlK'umutism. '/, a violinist, gave u recH-..I at WcHiey Church on Sutunlay i '..M At tlie Sunday evening n�*r-  ;ie be c. ni nbiiti -tt.r oiiulilie.l for the work. Kliuontun llulletin-IMte . Kirth r.uton i-ntortaiiinient wus (ur In ahuvc beortlon of a ho \vi*ek in town. He met with a -had 'accident recently, a hor*c falling on Wh ankle nird breaking it. According to the Okoioks Itovb'w, (I. W. M�hon recently shipped a stone to Lelhbridj.�* that measured 11 fiH�t I Inches by three fe-t 11 Inches, and weighed six tons It is ut.dei-Htood that the Iron Works Co. propose erecting very soon a fine new brick foundry near their present j>remls.-s. It will Ix* the most substaivt;al linlustrlal bulUliug In town. Mrs. .1, W. McNicholl 1ms ivlunu'.'l In in I'rank, where she assisted her sister, Mrs. T. tl Mali in, receive at w|)l,! her |ios>l nuptial reception. I>i*. t'urr. a lemlinH mj>- some land August Sndenrrisi , C A. I yck-1'iiui ami llllce sons, (nil Hanson. \n:lrew Sw.ilison ni d .luspcr Melin, ell from Wisconsin b,ne taken up a ipiarter section emit m township I I. iiingv 'J'J. Tltey brought in several earlou's of rll'ecls A special appeal Ii is I sill�j bo.\ s Villi l�o> s of g i'olllels i*. .11 was waged fool ball loiees I he iibnve result SI ai,' lard \ . bad in front of I lie I el ween on the At first accepted nt ral C Si'lionl Inst Cii.lay afti i he i hallen,;!' i ' I be ; i h - senior I in |.111 ii i ors, but ttcie unai.: I 1 r t he jiinioi s gel busy ' heir opponents linrd. H'-e veol e Till' ' ie � ill Liter. rnoon. The 'i niidard 1\. � \er the .iun-> score. |,at-11 li � I pressed l.iil with n ! V pbl.\e.| ,,|T * Yt ?v .... r? .... ?? .... .... v? ?? .... ... ?t YY }  Nothing Succeeds Increasing demand for enlargements of Photos in Carbon, Water Color and Oils, is sufficient proof of excellence. Three Dollars and Ninety Cents is my price for a complete framed Carbon. $6.00 to $8.00 is charged for much inferior work by thevosu&! spring peddlar. Success i Yr4 v.*}* of Cnrdsioii struct 'tin i �m was Ail. ligure Wed- v ii'> a fui i In! I n ImI s'taies, is il'!>s, and it ilecbii struct ion will n�"an lor Cardstoii ai. v'iiuih Alberta. ami disi i'irt I'he con-if a road iioin Mnclcod. 'iision into the wl.nt the Stat - Mini the coil-a gen,.ral boon d i be whole of II Hall, of I.eililiri.lge, was in town Sunday att.l Monday, looking up a location for a jewelry store, lie' expeots to opin up h. re in about n month -I'rank Paper. The Ladies' Aid of St. Patrick's ii.'lei. I holding a sale oi plain and fancy work in Olivers Hall on Wed-1 newb.iy afiernc.on und evening next Sale comm. mes ni 'J p. in in..I s p. m The t)i-.l. r of Itaihvay Trainmen held a meeting lure last w.ek und: disciissiil mailers of importiince tu the Mrder. Meml vfs were present; Irom War tin r. Macleeil. Cowley and St. Mary's. ,t II I'bvtwuod. I' McNabb and II. Scow, members of ibe local Masonic Lodge, atteifdsl the funeral of �the late thus I'W'.shI at Misliclne Hut on Tuesday Mr Tweed wiis the lirsi grand master of tbe Ten initial (irnud Lodge Arch Mitchell ol Mucleod. formerly if the Dominion ion*try branch, has iH'eii appointed chief weed inspector for Alliertu, and went to l> 1-monton on Sutiit'day night to assume bis iliitbs at the Department of Agriculture. At tbe literacy iiieetn.g uf the Wesley (Mooell Kpwort'h U-ngue nevt I'riday evening, the inter, sting sul�-ject of the customs and common life of Russia will be disciisMe.l by oil' � , who has proven a must entertaining sfi'.iker K\er>Mi,*l,\ is welcome The Ldinoiiton Saturday News iS.iys Humor has it that Mr Mar-lellus. of IMnchec Creek; Mr Simpson, of Imiisfibl, und Hon. .Mr I'in-1 lay . of Mciluiiie Hat. will le the l lhr.*e Hoiilheiii ui' to support Kdmont Se  A. M. McQueen. The l''c.iiiU Paper says; Tbe meei-ing ol lacrosse enthusiasts, on Monday o\mm: was well nl untied, and risilied in ilelieite plans leing ar-ruif.'o.l for the p'acing of a Icahi in i he ii. Id ill. n nsoii. The business lions s i, pteseuleil at the meeting, (III others who had I een eon-Milted lifere. wet'. iinnuimoils in I heir williMgttiss lo assist the or-g'.Hti/.iii .on nt every possible way. The town b.i- seVil'nl good situalioiiH ep, l> e hit b w,ll le olTere.l In Ill's! class Iss... playec. and "vmiii!" u'dvei't 'seute, its will le plncetl in several |ii oiiein nt (.alnrs The iii:eii i oi oIhi , was ibscuss, d nt some liiiuth. em! gre a nod while f'i'i'i' i'eeuie.l upon. \. \ who is eii^inis'i'ing mail -is. ~tnies 'b,t be Iuim Mecuriil i'tn li.'h u w ni''ii to make il complete team. While Ibis ,s tbe nw, Mr 1 nng Mm,.!, |,e is net cii'lain "f all 1 b" material uiit i Ibe n;eti lm\e i ir.ed nut. be will i out inue to see posii tons for lacros-e players, and Mini be is in a position to oiler u I'r.l-ebiss l-aiier. who is also a first-class blctosse player, a sternly situation C. .1. l-Vk'-lorm. propri, tor of the Dallas Hotel, a* 1 ethbi i.lge. and a great advocate of legitimate sport, lias wtitten to llog^artli and Itol-lins. of tbe Ci.iubrouk Hotel, asking that tin i oath ago >up put up by I hi sc gentl'ii'iti le si nt lo him at 1 .i ' bin-Kite lo le I'hiCo.l en evlobi-' 11 j 11 - u t b s bote1 Th' cup will le 'lit il'id Will serxe to show the people i | l.etll ! III-o ihat we lui\e got '.,ii,i.' ten., blue spmis in Cranbrook. Tbe i up i> a handsome one. and will ROBERT SAGE TilK 1H)()K STOHK. , *: Y Si rllfe ^il I You Need them � in Spring Time | Builder's Hardware Miner's Supplies Carpenter's Tools Blacksmith Supplies Bar Iron, Etc. utti i io net , il, ii C.. I' Ashe aiKl wife, from Coutts. ; wore nt the Arlington the other titty en route from OaHfornia. where they B|>ciit the wln Stirling. AI '1'ab.a- Hon \\ II. d ,y nil., t'ushin/, DmiCiin Matsbull i.n.l \V t" Simiaoiis wele tbe >pi a1 irs S. .1 Layton pr side.I. Spl. udi I music >� us rendered by lb. I m .1 nnd se\et-al xoealis's The Mliclellll Ibl/etle bill lis. oil good author.t . tbat Swift \ Co. 'he bilge parki rs. of the ago. ha\e r eenlly purchased the business am! plant ol .1 V lirttVii \ Co . Ltd. \\ iiinii e.'. and int. ml to carry on u l ranch of their packing t.usi-ii* s.- at libit I'bee It is ibe ilUen-l fi >ii if Swi'l , tliiin the slit! le-fed nt'.i I  of Hit north. i b I r.ild  \-s o| i he r ;i a ' rr..ii.n f al tent ion -Cran- 1 . t be les -r's ill tbe brst Work of lll'lic ay w es ' !n- ' i Hiuiitl'iiii �til '. anie 111 .lull - ami IS \t eiil \ll . . ------o III mi I l\ Si and e Central School are il because ��f their \n-� \ VI. at I VII l-'orm se' all game on W'slnes-Tli.- score was b to only run bein^ scored inuiiigs. The I ultery � Davis an 1 l-'iank Ken-ittiiiv of the game Mr im1.ii't orily umpired the * C. W. GRAY ^ THr. 11 A HDWABC MERCHANT TELEPHONE 60 **Xr^A7A\.xsXjXi5X!Xl^ w I SNAPS IN LAND hi v.. ii w o- Ml SICAL I I'.I'.AT. O the ol'i' I \ i d'ltui'sd.iy evening of bis! week, cluir i \ St August,ne'.s Cliiiich. � a r, n.lering i*i Staii.ers tlrat-"I be Ct iii iliMon." lollducted W. C l\es is '.he possessor of a dumly new buggy It is a lliSlmril pneumatic Staiiho|>e. uuinufacl tiled by th - Mcl.auglilin Cu , Osliawa. and AlU'rt 8wvrrtfi.Kler. of lUack S|iring| is about tbe swclleM outlit in town HKIgw, was al the Wlwlsor for a_few !t was puivlmsisl iioiu the l-aiter-do.VH this week. Ho is buibling a prise Limiti-r Co . un.i have Ju.vt im-resKk'ncc on his furm. and e.\|K'cts; loaded thr.e e(,� ,,f buggies and his vifo and family hen' from (iivnt wagons Kii'Ih, Montana, very soon. Nat nr. '.v-re I hi by the t etchers last Monday ni was ably di-cus HainiHon. who t ,n ian I ea 'In s I'..,,,, s 11 rio.ili ii 1.,'iinl. "i ,oics luiiki'it. lo I.1, miles ft (Hit piist oliico. lie solil on tttsy terms nt . Itiiin I ililc. |si A,res I riie;.'i!cil l.aiiil. well iinprovcil. otKxl House. le. L'"i |H'f Jirif ' Mt Acres. I modioli L'titil, *i iiiilerf west of Lelliliritl�'i' :t1 s_M pet acre d . i I M ll.eli i. ed 1 II. I'll. i .1 Al. Morris wok out of the hospital on Sunday, and was wartnD  �-i eil by his friends. Ho has boen in tho hospital since Novombcr, nml has to undergo another o(M*rittion before ho leaves thut institution. \\innii4 Free I'rpm-"Mr. W. Francis Firth was a ilistinet surprise.' Ho hns a womls'tful Imrltouo volfn i,( groat range, which ho usos with groat intelligence." At Oliver's Hall tomorrow nml Saturday nights.      X Every Elector Excitedf Each One Expecting To Win a Hat ELECTION HATS AT iG. H. Johnston's;! Mayor linger* ret hi u si early in the wis-1; from Kdinoutoo, where he at-t"iidiil the dinner given Prince Arthur of Connuiight About tin guests wire present, o*nl lite alTuir was nu st enjoyable Th' Muyor says the I'rimv is a most allal le young man, and created a very favorable itnpixs-i-'ion. Tin ugh only _ t wenty-t'hi'iH'. he possvsses coits.'.lera' le ability as a speaker. dohn Teunant, who is farming i east of here, was a culler on tho i Herald recently. Mr. Ten mint came ; to \Iberia from Alairitouiin a few ' years ngo. uivd he thinks this cli-' mn'e is the lest in the world lie tokl the Herald that there were enoiiijh settlers in the In pthford district, where he lives, to wurrant a | postoltlco Iwiiig establlsiusl there. A ! new school is now leing built The first monthly meeting of St J Aiwlrew's llrotherhood was held one jevening last wiek at the rectory W. j C. Ives s|ioke in a most iuteivsting | way on civil law. und made the d' ion thai 'the Mosaic law vvns a ,il l.aml.-t am 1 Tinilier Limits.' Sih* i mis w h i h .. Win im leplll ill iell ipialtty ' I with I'.e I his i � mill r.i tin. boiss ra se i lie i" was always i M. � la 11 mm l'i i si ,.. lieu, , V. il I I. �ht s .1 I l'i' i f 1 ii e;l M.ui.toi i. Ill,, best hoc Canada. ,u> I  er lo !*ll ii and ll.ati e. oi 11luu. Ciibptliou and s and i feeders ol I.lie 11 ai',, my and ns, Itranilon. Man I iiesduy with live ' ; C|y ,les lain stub iou t.i t e seen at i his iinn has a hai.-ill.t g the bis' In a i Olivers.iiuui I. Mr lleiillie said idn.l for raising bitin.-i- sluiiiM only  ck, for which there ndv ili-inniul and big was beeoiui'ig one . ini ,-.l ug prov iines the farmers were .- animals. on, Iv . I great care the lii si nu.I ad. .|. till . I ill lol irnsi - ii.1..... e ell.lo.. d i he pi-lforill- i,t die:l their � to b-ailioil that they le 'slaughtered, but order, the excitimeat (i lit/in^ w. ( 'llllilltfl' M. Paint Den Pn in ti i ii t i tainiiio; BARBER. i' niul i'll I Ul' ii speeitt It.v t t    It. Mil.-, Vi pi, lit v a.til  >v el y thing. � -how ItKAI. variety in WOU'l'll hi :  down. ^ Ivitlsi'iiniiiiiin Piipci'li.'in^iii'.; W. J. Armstrong I .ir.\vr;i.i:H iinquavi:ii (JPTICIAN. Wb.le a.ldre.s.siug a jury in a Kan-s,i- i o ,v a tin- other 'day, a lawyer  ��1 ivciiid and sientled; "(Jentle-nii-ii oi i he airy, there were !tii hogs niv.dv. d. It, lie inhcr that fuel-just ihiee i inns as ninny as thorn are in the nil V bo\, eiUtli'Ulell." lie lOSl So we print n lion lo all i. UeCeSSillllV t know , I,ul 'I'll I.i,;111 iuvila-. visit us-not, i buy, you SIW. We iii.e to have the chance io itc.piiiiut you with tho nets about our goods, und it isn't possible an ad. to do this in S. i-llll. R.A.WRIGHT Ti'n: .Ii:wui.i:i!   X !   The C. P. It. hii^ already commenced the work of replueing the slM' along- the Prow's Nest 'line from Alac-leod west. Uoiidmnsler ,1. Telfor. 1hi, , ut i'huriK* of the work. Tha |ir��cilt steel, weighing ,"i(t lbs., will Ui tfh placed with HO lb. fcteoi. ;